Embodied Politics in Visual Autobiography. Eds. Sarah Brophy and Janice Hladki. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014. (http://www.utppublishing.com/Embodied-Politics-in-Visual-Autobiography.html)
“Pedagogy, Image Practices, and Contested Corporealities.” Special Issue of The Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies. Eds. Sarah Brophy and Janice Hladki. 34: 3-4 (July-October 2012): 71-211. [Republished as a book by Routledge, 2014]
"Postcolonial Intimacies.” Special Issue of Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies. Eds. Phanuel Antwi, Sarah Brophy, Helene Strauss, and Y-Dang Troeung. 15:1 (2013) 1-172.
Refereed Articles and Chapters:
“Innovations in Gay and Lesbian Fiction.” Equal co-author with Kasim Husain. The Cambridge Companion to British Fiction since 1945. Ed. David James. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 24 pp. Forthcoming, 2015.
“Incendiary Legacies: Theories of Gender and Sexuality, 1949-90.” Eds. Sarah Blacker, Imre Szeman, and Justin Sully. A Companion to Critical and Cultural Theory. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. 27 pp. Forthcoming, 2015.
“Cripping the Museum: Disability, Pedagogy, and a Video Art Exhibition.” Equal co-author with Janice Hladki. In “Cripistemologies.” Special Issue of Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies. Eds. Robert McRuer and Merri Lisa Johnson. 8:3 (2014): 315-333.
“Postcolonial Intimacies: Gatherings, Disruptions, Departures.” Equal co-author with Phanuel Antwi, Helene Strauss, and Y-Dang Troeung. Introduction to Special Issue of Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies on “Postcolonial Intimacies.” 15: 1 (2013): 1-9.
“Introduction: Pedagogy, Image Practices, and Contested Corporealities.” Equal co-author with Janice Hladki. The Review of Education Pedagogy and Cultural Studies 34: 3-4 (2012): 75-81.
“Queer histories and postcolonial intimacies in Alan Hollinghurst’s The Line of Beauty
.” The End of Empire and the English Novel since 1945.
Eds. Rachael Gilmour and Bill Schwarz. Manchester: Manchester UP, 2011.184-201.
“Entangled Genealogies: White Femininity on the Threshold of Change in Andrea Levy’s Small Island.” Contemporary Women’s Writing
4:2 (2010): 100-113.
“Olaudah Equiano and the Concept of Culture.” Teaching Life-Writing Texts
(MLA Options in Teaching
). Eds. Miriam Fuchs and Craig Howes. New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2008. 270-76.
“Troubled heroism: public health pedagogies in South African films about HIV/AIDS.” scrutiny2
: issues in english studies in southern Africa
13:1 (May 2008): 33-46. Special Issue: South African Cultural Texts and the Global Mediascape. Eds. Patrick Flanery and Andrew van der Vlies.
“‘Compassionate Leave?’: HIV/AIDS and Collective Responsibility in Ingrid de Kok’s Terrestrial Things
.” Equal co-author with Susan Spearey. Literature and Medicine
26: 2 (Fall 2007): 312-341.
“Working-Class Women, Labor, and the Problem of Community in Union Street
and Liza’s England
.” Critical Essays on Pat Barker
. Eds. Sharon Monteith, Margaretta Jolly, Nahem Yousaf, and Ronald Paul. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press, 2005. 24-39.
“Angels in Antigua: The Diasporic of Melancholy in Jamaica Kincaid’s My Brother
117:2 (March 2002): 265-277.
Artistic and Creative Work
Brophy, Sarah and Janice Hladki, Co-Curators. “This is Me, This is Also Me.” Exhibition, McMaster Museum of Art. November 6, 2014-March 21, 2015.
Brophy, Sarah and Janice Hladki, Co-Curators. “Scrapes: Unruly Embodiments in Video Art.” Exhibition, McMaster Museum of Art. November 18, 2010 - January 22, 2011.
“Not Without Ambivalence: An Interview with Sara Ahmed on ‘Postcolonial Intimacies.’” Interviewed by Phanuel Antwi, Sarah Brophy, Helene Strauss, and Y-Dang Troeung [in person], McMaster University, Hamilton, March 3, 2011. In Special Issue of Interventions 15:1 (2013): 110-126.