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Adriany, Vina, Hani Yulindrasari, and Raden Safrina (2021). Doing feminist participatory action research for disrupting traditional gender discourses with Indonesian Muslim kindergarten teachers. Action Research : 14767503211044007.

Andajani, Sari, and Sharyn Graham Davies (2020). From drawings to puppet shows: Creating a collective space for HIV-Positive women: Learning from feminist-participatory Action Research." In 2nd Sriwijaya International Conference of Public Health (SICPH 2019), pp. 245-255. Atlantis Press. 

Akom, Antwi A.A. (2011.) Black emancipatory action research: integrating a theory of structural racialisation into ethnographic and participatory action research methods. Ethnography and Education 6 (1): 113-131.

Arthur, Brittany and Guy, Batshiva (2020). ‘No, I’m not the secretary’: Using participatory methods to explore women engineering students’ experiences on co-op. International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning, 21(3): 211–222.

Askins, Kye. (2018). Feminist geographies and participatory action research: co-producing narratives with people and place. Gender, Place & Culture 25, no. 9: 1277-1294.

Balogun-Mwangi, Oyenike, Atsushi Matsumoto, Mary Ballou, Lee Faver, and Irina Todorova. (2016). Women's pain, women's voices: Using the feminist ecological model and a participatory action research approach in developing a group curriculum for chronic pain." Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research 11, no. 1 

Barazangi, Nimat (2004). Understanding Muslim's women's self-identity and resistance to feminism and participatory action research. In Mary Brydon-Miller, Patricia Maguire, and Alice McIntyre  (Eds.) Traveling companions: Feminism, teaching, and action research. pp. 21-40. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Barndt, Deborah (1991). To change this house: Popular education under the Sandinistas. Toronto: Between the Lines and the Jesuit Centre and the Doris Marshall Institute for Education and Action. Spanish edition 1995.

Barndt, Deborah (Ed.) (1999). Women working the NAFTA food chain: Women, food, and globalization. Toronto: Sumach Press.

Barndt, Deborah (2001) On the move for food: Three women behind the tomato's journey. Women's Studies Quarterly 29, no.1-2, pp.  131-143.

Barndt, Deborah (2004). By whom and for whom? Intersections of participatory research and community arts. In A. Cole, L. Neilsen, J.G. Knowles, T. Luciani (Eds.). Provoked by art: Theorizing arts-informed Inquiry. Toronto, OISA: Backalong Books and Centre for Arts-Informed Research.

Barndt, Deborah (2008). Touching minds AND hearts: Community arts as collaborative research. pp. 351-362.  In J. Gary Knowles and Ardra L. Cole (Eds.) Handbook of the arts in qualitative research; Perspectives, methodologies, examples, and issues. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Barndt, Deborah (2008). Tangled routes: Women, work, and globalization on the tomato trail. Rowman & Littlefield.

Barndt, Deborah and Laura Reinsborough (2010).  Decolonizing art, education and research in the VIVA! Project. In L. Davis (Ed.) Alliances: Re/Envisioning relationships between Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Peoples. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Barndt, Deborah (2012) Remapping the Americas: A transnational engagement with creative tensions of community arts. pp 166-191. In Amanda Lock Swarr  and Richa Nagar (Eds). Critical transnational feminist praxis. SUNY Press.

Barndt, Deborah (2014). Shooting back: Photo voice in action research.  In David Coghlan and Mary Brydon-Miller (Eds.).  Encyclopedia of Action Research. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

Berge, Britt-Marie (2001). Action research for gender equity in a late modern society. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 5 (2/3): 281-92.

Berge, Britt-Marie and H. Ve (2000). Action research for gender equity. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Bhuyan, Rupaleem, Flavia Genovese, Rachel Mehl, and Bethany J. Osborne (2014). Building solidarity through collective consciousness in feminist participatory action research. In Feminisms in Social Work Research, pp. 223-239. Routledge. 

Boontinand, Jan (2017). Feminist participatory action research in the Mekong region. In Jan Boontinand (Ed). Trafficking and Prostitution Reconsidered, pp. 175-196. Routledge.

Botha, Carolina S., and Johnnie Hay. (2016). Narratives of adolescent girls journeying via feminist participatory action research through the aftermath of divorce." Africa Education Review 13, no. 2: 165-180.

Brabeck, Kalina (2004). Testimonio: Bridging feminist and participatory action research principles to create new spaces of collectivity. In Mary Brydon-Miller, Patricia Maguire, and Alice McIntyre  (Eds.) Traveling companions: Feminism, teaching, and action research. pp. 41-54. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Brooks, Barbara Ann (2001). Developing women's awareness of violence prevention through feminist participatory research: An education for social change process. National Library of Canada/Bibliothèque nationale du Canada, Ottawa. 

Brown, J.T. (2019). “No research about us without us: The Bronx Community Research Review Board’s Community Engaged Research Academy Evaluation (Unpublished master’s thesis). CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy.

Brown, Pamela Ann (1993). Young mothers' voices: Reflections on abusive relationships, a feminist participatory research. University of San Francisco,.

Brydon-Miller, Mary; Patricia Maguire, and Alice McIntyre (Eds.) (2004). Traveling companions: Feminism, teaching, and action research. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Buchanan, Kate, Elizabeth Newnham, Sadie Geraghty, and Lisa Whitehead. (2022). Navigating midwifery solidarity: A feminist participatory action research framework. Women and Birth. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2022.06.004

Bujra, Janet (August 24, 2017). Gender and politics in Africa: An interview with Marjorie Mbilinyi

Bundon, Andrea (2018). Blogging and feminist participatory research online. In Mansfield, L., Caudwell, J., Wheaton, B., Watson, B. (Eds.). The Palgrave Handbook of Feminism and Sport, Leisure and Physical Education. pp. 275-29. 2Palgrave Macmillan, London. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-

Butcher, Stephanie. (2021). Research solidarity? Navigating feminist ethics in participatory action-research in Kathmandu, Nepal.  Gender, Place & Culture 28, no. 4: 497-518.

Cahill, Caitlin, David Alberto Quijada Cerecer, and Matt Bradley. (2010) Dreaming of...: reflections on participatory action research as a feminist praxis of critical hope. Affilia 25, no. 4: 406-416.

Caretta, Martina Angela, and Yvonne Riaño (2016). Feminist participatory methodologies in geography: creating spaces of inclusion. Qualitative Research 16 (3): 258-266.

Castillo-Burguete, María Teresa, Carmen García-Gómez, Pedro Castro-Borges, and Federico Dickinson (2015).  "I’m not afraid of him; That dog barks but he don’t bite": PAR processes, gender equity and emancipation with women in Yucatán, Mexico. The SAGE Handbook of Action Research 291.

Cecile, Gail and Lewis Mccabe. (2004). Morphing the crone: An ethnography of crone culture, consciousness and communities, a feminist participatory action research project.

Chakma, Trimita (2016). Feminist participatory action research (FPAR): An effective framework for empowering grassroots women & strengthening feminist movements in Asia Pacific. Asian Journal of Women's Studies 22 (2): 165-173. https://doi.org/10.1080/12259276.2016.1168153

Charles, Carolle (1995). Feminist action and research in Haiti. Caribbean studies: 61-75.

Collins, Patricia (1990). Black feminist thought: knowledge, consciousness, and the politics of empowerment. New York: Harper Collins.

Comrie-Thomson, Liz; Mariam Tokhi, Frances Ampt,  Anayda Portela, Matthew Chersich, Renu Khanna and Stanley  uchters,  (2015). Challenging gender inequity through male involvement in maternal and newborn health: critical assessment of an emerging evidence base. Culture, health, and sexuality. Vol 17, sup2, 177-189.

Corbett, Andrea M., Karen Francis, and Ysanne Chapman. (2007). Feminist‐informed participatory action research: A methodology of choice for examining critical nursing issues. International journal of nursing practice 13, no. 2: 81-88.

Cornwall, Andrea (2001). Making a Difference? Gender and Participatory Development. Brighton: Institute of Development Studies.

Crabtree, Sara Ashencaen, Ann Hemingway, Sue Sudbury, Anne Quinne, Maggie Hutchings, Luciana Esteves, Shelley Thompson, Helen Jacey, Anita Diaz, Peri Bradley, Jenny Hall, Michele Board, Anna Feigenbaum, Lorraine Brown, Vanessa Heaslip, and Liz Norton (2020)  Donning the ‘slow professor’: A feminist action research project. The Radical Teacher 116: 55-65

Crenshaw, Kimberlé (1989). Demarginalizing the intersection of race and sex: A black feminist critique of antidiscrimination doctrine, feminist theory and antiracist politics. The University of Chicago Legal Forum, 1(1): 139–167.

Crenshaw, Kimberlé (1990). Mapping the margins: Intersectionality, identity politics, and violence against women of color. Stanford law Review, 43 (6): 1241-1299.

Chesnay, Catherine T. (2016). Through a feminist poststructuralist lens: embodied subjectivites and participatory action research." The Canadian Journal of Action Research 17, no. 3: 57-74.

Crosby, Alison, M. Brinton Lykes, and Brisna Caxaj. (2016). Carrying a heavy load: Mayan women’s understandings of reparation in the aftermath of genocide." Journal of Genocide Research 18, no. 2-3 265-283.

Darroch, Francine, and Audrey Giles. (2014). Decolonizing health research: Community-based participatory research and postcolonial feminist theory." The Canadian Journal of Action Research 15, no. 3: 22-36.

De Finney, Sandrine (2007). It's About Us!: Racialized minority girls' transformative engagement in feminist participatory action research. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Victoria. 

Dimond, Jill P., Amy Bruckman, and Mark Guzdial. Outside the sameness/difference debate: Feminist participatory action research.

Edwardson, Hayley. (2019). Using photovoice to understand the experiences of life as a mother in Thetford, Norfolk, England—A community-based participatory action research method embodying matricentric feminism. Journal of the Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement.

Ewan, Anita Rachel (2019). Maintaining the authenticity of co-researcher voice using FPAR principles. Collaborations: A Journal of Community-Based Research and Practice, 2 (2) 

Fernandez, Jesica S., Jasmyne Y. Gaston, Madeline Nguyen, Jaia Rovaris, Rhyann L. Robinson, and Danielle N. Aguilar. (2018). Documenting sociopolitical development via participatory action research (PAR) with women of color student activists in the neoliberal university. Journal of Social and Political Psychology

Fields, Jessica. (2016). The racialized erotics of participatory research: A queer feminist understanding. Women's Studies Quarterly, 31-50.

Fine, Michelle (1992). Disruptive voices: The possibilities of feminist research. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 

Fine, Michelle (1994). Working the hyphens. In Norm K. Denzin & Yvonna .S. Lincoln (Eds). Handbook of qualitative research (pp. 70-82). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Fine, Michelle, and Maria Elena Torre. (2019). Critical participatory action research: A feminist project for validity and solidarity." Psychology of Women Quarterly 43, no. 4: 433-444.

Foster, V (2007). Ways of knowing and showing: Imagination and representation in feminist participatory social research. Journal of Social Work Practice, 21(3): 361-376.

Frisby, Wendy, Patricia Maguire, and Colleen Reid (2009). The f-word has everything to do with it: How feminist theories inform action research. Action Research, 7(1): 13–29.

Gaddes, Elena (2019). The Potential of Feminist Participatory Action Research to Encourage the Display of Feminist Subjectivities in Young Men (Doctoral dissertation, University of Sheffield).

Gatenby, Beverly and Maria Humphries (2000). Feminist participatory action research: Methodological and ethical issues. Women’s Studies International Forum, 23(1): 89–105.

Gervais, Myriam, Sandra Weber and Caroline Caron (2020). Guide to participatory feminist research. Abridged Version. Montreal: Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies, McGill University.  https://www.mcgill.ca/igsf/files/igsf/gervais_et_al_guide_to_feminist_participatory_research_2020.pdf

Gillberg, Claudia and Colleen Reid (2014). Participatory feminist action research. In Mary Brydon-Miller and D. Coghlan (Eds). SAGE Encyclopedia for Action Research. SAGE

Godden, Naomi Joy, Pam Macnish, Trimita Chakma, and Kavita Naidu (2020). Feminist participatory action research as a tool for climate justice. Gender & Development 28 (3):  593-615.

Gouin, Rachel R., Karen Cocq, and Samantha McGavin (2011). Feminist participatory research in a social justice organization. Action Research 9 (3):  261-281.

Green, Laura. (2012) ‘Non-sporty’ girls take the lead: A feminist participatory action research approach to physical activity." PhD dissertation, Brunel University School of Sport and Education PhD Theses.

Greenwood, Davydd (2004). Feminism and action research: Is "resistance" possible and, if so, why is it necessary? In Mary Brydon-Miller, Patricia Maguire, and Alice McIntyre  (Eds.) Traveling companions: Feminism, teaching, and action research. pp. 157- 168. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Greenwood, Davydd J., and Morten Levin. (2007). Power and social reform: Southern PAR, education, feminism, and action research. 152-167.

Guishard, Monique A., Devin A. Heyward, Justin T. Brown, and Marcia Stoddard-Pennant (2021). What we not finna do: Respectfully collaborating with skinfolk and kinfolk in Black Feminist Participatory Action Research. Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice 12 1-36. https://www.gjcpp.org/pdfs/GuishardEtAl_Finalb.pdf

Gustafson, Diana L., and Fern Brunger (2014). Ethics, vulnerability, and feminist participatory action research with a disability community. Qualitative Health Research 24, (7): 997-1005.

Gustafson, Diana L. and Fern Brunger (2014) Ethics, "vulnerability," and feminist participatory research. Qualitative Health Research 24 (7):997-1005. doi:10.1177/1049732314538122

Gustafson, Diana L., Janice E. Parsons, and Brenda Gillingham (2019). Writing to transgress: Knowledge production in feminist participatory action research. In Forum: Qualitative Social Research, vol. 20 (2): 1-25. Freie Universität Berlin. 

Guy, Brittany  (2018). emPOWERed in STEM: Using participatory action research to create accessible and inclusive undergraduate research experiences for women and women of color. Doctoral dissertation, University of Cincinnati.

Guy, Batsheva and Brittany Arthur (2021). Feminism and participatory research: Exploring 
intersectionality, relationships, and voice in participatory research from a feminist perspective. In Danny Burns, Jo Howard, and Sonia M. Ospina (Eds). The SAGE Handbook of participatory research and inquiry. pp. 93-107.  United Kingdom: SAGE Publications.

Hanson, Cindy. (2015). "I learned I am a feminist": Lessons for adult learning from participatory action research with Union women." Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education 27, no. 1: 49-64.

Hassan, Talah (2019). Challenging knowledge production, twice: Feminist participatory action research and migrant women activism. Kohl: a Journal for Body and Gender Research 5 (1): 57-61. https://doi.org/10.36583/kohl/5-1-7

Hayhurst, Lyndsay MC, Audrey R. Giles, and Whitney M. Radforth (2015)."I want to come here to prove them wrong": Using a post-colonial feminist participatory action research (PFPAR) approach to studying sport, gender and development programmes for urban Indigenous young women. Sport in society 18 (8): 952-967.

Hesse-Biber, Sharlene N., M. Brinton Lykes, and Rachel M. Hershberg. (2012). Participatory Action Research and Feminisms: Social Inequalities and Transformative Praxis. 

Hirsch, Susan F. (2002). Feminist participatory research on legal consciousness. In J. Starr and M Goodale (Eds.). Practicing ethnography in law: New dialogues, enduring methods pp. 13-33. New York and Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Homer, Robyn Leigh (2014).  In the (radical) pursuit of self-care: Feminist participatory action research with victim advocates. Masters Thesis: University of South Florida.

hooks, bell (1989). Talking back: Thinking feminism, talking black. Boston: South End Press. 

hooks, bell (2000). Feminist theory: From margin to center. London: Pluto Press.

Houh, Emily MS, and Kristin Kalsem (2015). Theorizing legal participatory action research: Critical race/feminism and participatory action research. Qualitative Inquiry,  21, no. 3: 262-276.

Institute for Community Research (2001). Empowered voices: a participatory research curriculum for girls. Order from https://icrweb.org/sharing-our-work/curricula-and-other-media/

Khanna, Nishad. (2011). Decolonizing youth participatory action research practices: A case study of a girl-centered, anti-racist, feminist PAR with Indigenous and racialized girls in Victoria, BC. PhD dissertation.

Khanna, Renu and Janet Price (1994). Female sexuality, regulation, and resistance. In Caroline Sweetman and Kate de Sellncourt (Eds.). Population and reproductive rights. pp. 29-34.  Oxford, UK: Oxfam.

Khanna, Renu (1996). Participatory action research (PAR) in women’s health: SARTHI, India. In Korrie De Koning and Marion Martin (Eds.). Participatory research in health: Issues and experiences. pp.62-72.  London: ZED Books.

Khanna, Renu (1997). Dilemmas and conflicts in clinical research on women's reproductive health. Reproductive Health Matter, V 5, No 9: 168-173.

Khanna, Renu (2012). A feminist, gender and rights perspective for evaluation of women's health programmes. Indian Journal of Gender Studies, Vol 19, 2: 259-278.

Khanna, Renu, Ranjani Murthy, and Sonal Zaveri (2016). Gender transformative evaluations: Principles and frameworks. In Shraddha Chigateri & Shiny Saha (Eds).  A resource pack on gender transformative evaluations. pp. 16-37. New Delhi, India: Institute of Social Studies Trust.

Khanna, Renu interview with Andréia Azevedo Soares (July 1, 2021). Giving women a voice in health and health care. Bulletin of the World Health Organization99(7): 484–485. https://doi.org/10.2471/BLT.21.030721

Krumer‐Nevo, Michal. (2009). From voice to knowledge: participatory action research, inclusive debate and feminism. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 22, no. 3: 279-295.

Jackson, Carey-Ann, and Hilda Van Vlaenderen (1994). Participatory research: A feminist critique. Psychology in Society (PINS) 18: 3-20.

Jaggar, Alison M. (Ed.) (2008). Just methods: An interdisciplinary feminist reader. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.  

Johnson, Holly, and Catherine Flynn (2021). Collaboration for improving social work practice: The promise of feminist participatory action research. Affilia 36 (3): 441-459.

Joyappa, Vinitha and Donna J. Martin (1996). Exploring alternative research epistemologies for adult education: Participatory research, feminist research and feminist participatory research. Adult Education Quarterly, 47(1): 1–14.

Langan, Debra, and Mavis Morton (2009). Reflecting on community/academic collaboration: The challenge of doing feminist participatory action research. Action Research 7 (2): 165-184.

Lather, Patti (1988). Feminist perspectives on empowering research methodologies. Women’s Studies International Forum, 11(6), p.569-581. 

Lenette, Caroline (2022). What of gender equality? Feminist participatory action research and gender research: Ethics and decolonization. pp. 98–137. Oxford Press.

Lennie, June, Caroline Hatcher, and Wendy Morgan. (2003), Feminist discourses of (dis) empowerment in an action research project involving rural women and communication technologies. Action Research 1, no. 1: 57-80

Lloro, Teresa K. (2021). An intersectional feminist food studies praxis: Activism and care in the COVID-19 context. The Journal of Environmental Education 52 (5): 303-313.

López, Ruth M., Esmeralda C. Valdez, Hope S. Pacheco, Maria L. Honey, and Raven Jones (2020). Bridging silos in higher education: Using Chicana feminist participatory action research to foster Latina resilience. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 33 (8): 872-886. https://doi.org/10.1080/09518398.2020.1735566

Lorenzetti, Liza, and Christine Ann Walsh (2014). Is there an ‘F in your PAR? Understanding, teaching and doing action research. The Canadian Journal of Action Research 15 (1): 50-63.

Lorenzetti, Liza, and Christine A. Walsh (2022). Feminist participatory action research with men to prevent intimate partner violence. Action Research 20, no. 2: 122-143.  doi:10.1177/1476750320932966

Luyts, Jorinde J. G. (2016). When feminist standpoint epistemology and participatory research meet: towards knowledges that are more power-aware and inclusive (Master's thesis).

Lykes, M. Brinton. (2001) Activist participatory research and the arts with rural Mayan women: Interculturality and situated meaning making.

Lykes, M. Briton and Erzulie Coquillon (2006). Participatory and action research and feminisms. In S. Hess-Biber (Ed.). Handbook of feminist research: Theory and praxis. 

Lykes, M. Brinton, and Holly Scheib. (2015). The artistry of emancipatory practice: Photovoice, creative techniques, and feminist anti-racist participatory action research." The SAGE handbook of action research: 131-142.

Lykes, M. Brinton. and Rachel Hershberg (2012). Participatory action research and feminisms: Social inequalities and transformative praxis. In Sharlene Hesse-Biber (Ed.).  Handbook of feminist research: Theory and praxis. pp.297-326. Thousand Oaks: SAGE.

Lykes, M. Brinton, and Alison Crosby. (2015). Participatory action research as a resource for community regeneration in post-conflict contexts. In Methodologies in peace psychology, pp. 237-254. Springer, Cham,

Lykes, M. Brinton, and Gabriela Távara (2020). Feminist participatory action research: Co-constructing liberation psychological praxis through dialogic relationality and critical reflexivity.  In Lillian Comas-Díaz & Edil Torres Rivera (Eds.). Liberation psychology: Theory, method, practice, and social justice (pp. 111–130). American Psychological Association. https://doi.org/10.1037/0000198-007

Lykes, M. Brinton, M. Emilia Bianco, and Gabriela Távara. (20121). Contributions and limitations of diverse qualitative methods to feminist participatory and action research with women in the wake of gross violations of human rights." Methods in Psychology 4: 100043.

Mcdiarmid, Tracy, Alejandra Pineda, Amanda Scothern (2021). We are women! We are ready! Amplifying women’s voices through feminist participatory action research. Evaluation Journal of Australasia. 21(2): 85-100. doi:10.1177/1035719X21998479

McHugh, Tara-Leigh F., and Kent C. Kowalski. (2011). ‘A new view of body image’: A school-based participatory action research project with young Aboriginal women. Action research 9, no. 3: 220-241.

Maguire, Patricia (1987). Doing participatory research: A feminist approach. Amherst: Center for International Education, University of Massachusetts Press. (click link for free download) https://scholarworks.umass.edu/cie_participatoryresearchpractice/6/

Maguire, Patricia (1996). Proposing a more feminist participatory research: Knowing and being openly embrace. In Korrie De Koning and Marion Martin (Eds.). Participatory research in health: Issues and experiences. pp. 27- 39.  London: Zed Books. 

Maguire, Patricia (1996). Considering more feminist participatory research: What’s congruency got to do with it? Qualitative Inquiry, 2(1): 106–118.

Maguire, Patricia (2006). Uneven ground: Feminisms and action research. In Peter Reason andH.ilary Bradbury (Eds.). The SAGE Handbook of Action Research: Participative Inquiry and Practice, 2. , pp. 60–70. London: Sage.

Maguire, Patricia (2021, February 24). Room 7 and a feminist participatory action research website. Social Publisher Foundation.   https://www.socialpublishersfoundation.org/knowledge_base/room-7-and-a-feminist-participatory-action-research-website/

Maguire, Patricia - Feminist-informed Participatory Action Research website https://www.patriciamaguire.net/

Maguire, Patricia and Britt-Marie Berge (2009). Elbow out, arms linked: Claiming spaces for feminisms and gender equity in educational action research. In Susan Noffke and Bridget Somekh (Eds). The SAGE Handbook of Educational Action Research. pp. 398-431. London: SAGE.

Martin, Marion (1994). Developing a feminist participatory research framework: Evaluating the process' In Beth Humphries and Carole Truman (Eds). Re-thinking social research. pp. Routlege.

Martin, Marion (1996). Issues of power in the participatory research process. In Korrie De Koning and Marion Martin (Eds). Participatory research in health: Issues and experiences. pp. 82-93 London: Zed Books. 

Mbilinyi, Marjorie (1982). My experience as woman, activist, and researcher in a project with peasant women. In Maria Mies (Ed.). Fighting on two fronts: women’s struggles and research. pp. 30-45. The Hague: Institute of Social Studies.

Mbilinyi, Marjorie (1982). The unity of ‘struggles and ‘research’: The case of peasant women in West Bagamoyo, Tanzania. In Maria Mies (Ed.). Fighting on two fronts: women’s struggles and research. pp. 102-142. The Hague: Institute of Social Studies.

Mbilinyi, Marjorie (2011). Gender struggles at the University of Dar es Salaam: A Personal herstory. Tanzania Journal of Development Studies, Vol 11, No 1-2.

Mbilinyi, Marjorie (2015). Transformative feminism in Tanzania: Animation and grassroots women’s struggles for land and livelihoods. In Rawwida Baksh and Wendy Harcourt (Eds.). Handbook of Transnational Feminist Movements: Knowledge, Power and Social Change. pp. 507 – 527. New York: Oxford University Press. 

Mbilinyi, Marjorie and Gloria Shechambo (2015). Experiences in Transformative Feminist Movement Building at the Grassroots Level in Tanzania.  In Akosua Adomako Ampofo, Cheryl R Rodriguez & Dzodzi Tsikata (Eds.). Transatlantic Feminisms: Women and Gender Studies in Africa and the African Diaspora. Lexington.

Mbilinyi, Marjorie. (2016). Analysing the history of agrarian struggles in Tanzania from a feminist perspective." Review of African Political Economy 43, no. sup1: 115-129.

Mcdiarmid, Tracy, Alejandra Pineda, and Amanda Scothern (2021). We are women! We are ready! Amplifying women’s voices through feminist participatory action research. Evaluation Journal of Australasia 21 (2): 85-100.

McIntyre, Alice (2003). Through the eyes of women: Photovoice and participatory research as tools for reimagining place. Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, 10(1): 47–66.

McIntyre, Alice and M. Brinton Lykes (1998). Who’s the boss? Confronting whiteness and power differences within a feminist mentoring relationship in participatory action research. Feminism & Psychology, 8(4): 427–444.

McIntyre, Alice. and M. Brinton Lykes, (2004). Weaving words and pictures in/through feminist participatory action research. In Mary Brydon-Miller, Patricia Maguire, and Alice McIntyre (Eds.), Traveling Companions: Feminism, Teaching, and Action Research. pp. 57–77.  Westport, CT: Greenwood. 

Mies, Maria (1996). Liberating women, liberating knowledge: Reflections on two decades of feminist action research. Atlantis, 21(1), p.10-24.

Miranda, Luciana Lobo, Michelle Fine, and María Elena Torre (2020).  Possible connections between intervention research (IR-Brazil) and critical participatory action research (CPAR-USA). Trends in Psychology 28 (1): 133-147.

Mohanty, Chandra Talpade (1988). Under Western eyes: Feminist scholarship and colonial discourses. Feminist Review, 30: 60-88.

Mohanty, Chandra Talpade (2003). Feminism without borders: Decolonizing theory, practicing solidarity. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. 

Najmah, Sari, Sharyn Andajani , and Graham Davies. SICPH 2019. From drawings to puppet shows: Creating a collective space for HIV-Positive women: learning from feminist participatory action research. Conference: 2nd Sriwijaya International Conference of Public Health https://doi.org/10.2991/ahsr.k.200612.033

Napier-Moore, Rebecca. (2015). Revisiting feminist participatory action research: Because “A woman's life Is richer than her trafficking experience”. In Trafficking and Prostitution Reconsidered, pp. 231-248. Routledge, 

Noffke, Susan and Marie Brennan  (2004). Doormats and feminists: Who is the "community" in action research? In Mary Brydon-Miller, Patricia Maguire, and Alice McIntyre (Eds.), Traveling Companions: Feminism, teaching, and action research. pp. 97-114Westport, CT: Greenwood. 

Nyemba, Florence, and Minna Mayer (2018). Exploring the roots of participatory action research: An interview with Dr. Marja-Liisa Swantz. Action Research, 16(3): 319–338.

O’Neill, Maggie. (2018). Walking, well-being and community: Racialized mothers building cultural citizenship using participatory arts and participatory action research." Ethnic and Racial Studies 41, no. 1: 73-97.

Ortiz Escalante, Sara (2019). Planning the everyday/everynight: a feminist participatory action research with women nightshift workers (Doctoral dissertation, University of British Columbia).

Paganini, Nicole, Keren Ben-Zeev, Khutala Bokolo, Nomonde Buthelezi, Sanelisiwe Nyaba, and Haidee Swanby. (2021). Dialing up critical feminist research as lockdown dialed us down: How a pandemic sparked community food dialogs in Cape Town, South Africa." Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, pp. 448. https://doi.org/10.3389/fsufs.2021.750331

Paradis, Emily Katherine (2009). A little room of hope: Feminist participatory action research with" homeless" women. University of Toronto.

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