PUBLICATIONS

Joseph J., Razack, S (abstract accepted). University Sport in Canada: What does anti-racist  

     action look like? in Routledge Handbook of Sport, Leisure and Social Justice.

 

Razack, S., Khalil, A., Mohamed, H. (2021). The In/Visibility of the Black Muslim

     Sportswomen. Chapter in Sport Media Vectors: Gender Equity & Diversity.

 

Darnell, S., Razack, S., Joseph, J. (2021). "Sport, Social Movements and Digital Media", in

     Pike, E. (Ed) Handbook of Sport and Society. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, (pp.53-67)

 

Razack S., Joseph, J. (2021). "Misogynoir in Women’s Sport Media: Race, Nation, and Diaspora   

     in the Representation of Naomi Osaka" Media, Culture and Society. 43(2), pp. 291-308. 

   

Larkin, J., Moola, F., Razack, S. (2007, April). Gender, Sport and Development. Literature

     Review on Sport for Development and Peace. (pp. 89-123)

Razack, S., McKenzie, B., Joseph, J. (July, 2021). Op-ed. Black women athletes ruptured   

     destructive and limiting beliefs at the Tokyo Olympics. The Conversation.

Joseph, J., Razack, S. (August 2020). Op-ed: The Masai Ujiri incident shows success doesn’t

     shield Black leaders and athletes from racism. The Globe and Mail.

 

Razack, S. (forthcoming). Race Matters: Teaching students to be race conscious. Elementary 

     Teacher Federation of Ontario. Curriculum Guide.

 

Razack, S. (2020). Women, Race, Sport & Media: Curriculum Guide:

Teachebeyondaboundary.com

 

Razack, S. (2019). Bianca Andreescu: Curriculum Guide: Teachbeyondaboundary.com 

 

Razack, S. (2019). Women’s World Cup: Curriculum Guide: Teachbeyondaboundary.com 

 

Ashberry, J., Furgiuele, S., del Gobbo, J., Fazio, R., Razack, S. (2018). Canadian Sport Film 

     Festival Educators Guide. Canadian Sport Film Festival. Toronto, ON.

 

Inglis, D., Walsh, J., Razack, S. (2017). Educators Guide: Invictus Games. Invictus Games

     Toronto. Toronto, ON.

 

OPHEA, TO2015. (2015). KIDS N’ PLAY Resource Guide. Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan

     Games Organizing Committee. Toronto, ON