(2019) Parker, B., Brady, J., Power, E., & S. Belyea. Eds., Feminist Food Studies: Intersectional Perspectives, Toronto & Vancouver: Women’s Press.

Selected Publications

Peer Reviewed

(2022) Phillipps, B., Skinner, K, Parker, B. and H. Neufield. An Intersectionality-Based Policy Analysis Examining the Complexities of Access to Wild Game and Fish for Urban Indigenous Women in Northwestern Ontario, Frontiers in Science and Environmental Communication, SI: Food Policy Environments: Discursive Effects, Material Consequences, 6:762083. DOI: 10.3389/fcomm.2021.762083

(2021) Robin, T., Burnett, K., Parker, B. and Skinner, K. Safe Foods, Dangerous Lands? Traditional Foods and Indigenous Peoples in Canada. Frontiers in Science and Environmental Communication, SI, Food Policy Environments: Discursive Effects, Material Consequences, 6:749944. DOI:

(2020) Parker, B. & Koeppel, M. Beyond Health & Nutrition: Imagining the school food environment through an integrated approach, Canadian Food Studies/ La Revue Canadienne des études sur l’alimentation, 7(2): 48-71. DOI:

(2020) Parker, B. Consuming health, negotiating risk, 'eating right': Exploring the limits of choice through a feminist intersectional lens, Critical Dietetics, Special Issue: Against Healthisms: Challenging the Paradigm of "Eating Right", 5(1): 45-57. DOI: 10.32920/cd.v5i1.1336 

(2019) Ray, L., Burnett, K., Cameron, A., Joseph, S., LeBlanc, J., Parker, B., Recollet, A., and Sergerie, C. Examining Indigenous Food Sovereignty as a Conceptual Framework for Health in Two Urban Communities in Northern Ontario. Global Health Promotion, 26(3): 54-63. DOI: 10.1177/1757975919831639

(2018) Parker, B., Burnett, K., Skinner, K. and T. Hay. The Community Food Environment and Food Insecurity in Sioux Lookout, Ontario: Understanding the relationships between food, health and place. Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition, DOI: 10.1080/19320248.2018.1537867

(2018) Brady, J., B. Parker., E. Power, and S. Belyea. Filling Our Plates: A Highlight on Feminist Food Studies. Canadian Food Studies Journal, Editorial, Special Issue, 5(1): 1-7. DOI: 10.15353/cfs-rcea.v5i1.308

(2014) Munro, J., Parker, B., and L. McIntyre. An Intersectionality Analysis of gender, Indigeneity and food insecurity among ultra poor Garo women in Bangladesh. International Journal of Indigenous Health, 10 (1), p. 68-82.

Book Chapters

(2021) Robin, T., Pictou, S., Parker, B., and Brady, J. Pestiewink/Wihokewin: Invitation to Indigenous and Intersectional Feminist Food Studies, In Koc, M., Sumner, J., & A. Winson, Eds., Critical Perspectives in Food Studies, 3rd Edition.

(2021) Skinner K., Burnett K., Pratley E., Parker B., Dovick B. Case Study 2: Engaging Youth in a Needs Assessment for Programming and Evaluation. In: Sixsmith A., Sixsmith J., Mihailidis A., Fang M.L. (Eds) Knowledge, Innovation, and Impact. International Perspectives on Social Policy, Administration, and Practice. Springer, Cham.

(2019) Parker, B., Brady, J., Power, E., and S. Belyea. Introduction: Feminist Food Studies, In Parker, B., Brady, J., Power, E., and S. Belyea, (Eds.), Feminist Food Studies: Intersectional Perspectives, (p. 1-16), Toronto: Women's Press.

Published Reports

Parker, B. and Koeppel, M. (2019). School Food Environments in Thunder Bay: An Inventory Project of Food Programs and Initiatives in Elementary and High Schools, Prepared for The Thunder Bay + Area Food Strategy. 

Burnett, K., Skinner, K., Hay, T., and Parker, B. (2016). Maamaaw Wiisinidaa All Together, Let’s Eat: Findings from an Open Discussion on Issues Related to Food and First Nations in Northwestern Ontario, Prepared for Nishanabe-Gamik Friendship Centre and the Anishinaabe Bimaadiziwin Research Program.