Chapters in Books
- Courtland, M.C., González, I. (2013). Imagining the Possibilities: The Pedagogical Potential of Canadian Multicultural Picture Books. In I. Johnston, & J. Bainbridge (Eds.): Reading Multiculturalism: Preservice Teachers Explore Identity, Ideology and Pedagogy through Canadian Picture Books. Toronto, ON: Toronto University Press.
Papers in refereed journals
- Strong-Wilson, T, Johnston, I, Wiltse, L, Burke, A, Phipps, A., & Gonzalez, I. (2013) (Forthcoming). Reverberating Chords: Reverberating Chords: Implications of Storied Nostalgia for Borderland Discourses in Pre-Service Teacher Identity. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice.
- Korteweg, L., González, I., & Guillet, J. (2010). The stories are the people of the land: Three educators respond to environmental teachings in Indigenous children’s literature. Journal of Environmental Education Research. 16(3). 227-246.
- González, I. (2009). The reader response as a focal practice in modern language acquisition. Journal of the Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies. 7(2), 109-137.
- Courtland, M. C., Hammett, R., Strong-Wilson, T., Bainbridge, J., Johnston, I., Burke, A., Ward, A., Wiltse, L., González, I., & Shariff, F. (2009) . Curriculum landscapes: Preservice teachers perceptions of place and identity. Journal of the Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies. 7(1). 135-159