Marcia Braundy's Scholarly Contributions:
(2012) Co-produced with Miriam Needoba: the audio, photographic and video elements of the www.KootenayFeminism.com historical digital archive. Sponsored by the West Kootenay Women's Association and the Barber Historical Digitization Program at UBC.
(2012) The Vallican Whole Slide Show DVD - 900 slides in a photostory dvd with voice over storytelling and music donated by Pied Pumkin and others. Sponsored by the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance.
(2011) Men & Women and Tools - Bridging the Divide. 219pp. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing
(2011) Building the Building - Building Community: 40 years of building, maintaining and entertaining community at the Vallican Whole Community Centre. 140 photographs at the Kootenay Galley of Art, History and Science, Castlegar, British Columbia.
(2011) Received the Barbara Roberts Award from the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women (CRIAW) for vision and work on KootenayFeminism.com
(2010) www.KootenayFeminism.com Produced a freely available fully searchable Digital History of West Kootenay Feminism - in association with the West Kootenay Women's Association
(2009) IMAGES - Kootenay Women's Paper 1973-1991, A Primer on Feminism. (a searchable CD of 85 issues of the newspaper). West Kootenay Women's Association.
(December, 2004) Men & Women and Tools: Reflections on Male Resistance to Women in Trades and Technology. PhD Dissertation received a Category One from examining committee.
*(2004) "Men & Women & Tools: Investigating Resistance/s to Equity Initiatives." National Association of Industrial - Technical Teacher Educators (NAITTE). NAITTE Graduate Student Research Award - First Place.
REFEREED Papers and Articles marked with an *:
*(2012) Exploring the Vulnerable Underbelly of Male Resistance to Women in Trades & Technology. American Men's Studies Association national conference, Minneapolis, March; Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CASWE), Canadian Association for the Study of Women in Education, Congress 2012, Wilferd Laurier University, May; AERA - Research on Women and Education SIG national conference, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, October
*(2012) A Tour of KootenayFeminism.com - Exploring an Historical Digital Archive. Canadian Historical Association, Congress 2012, May, University of Waterloo; AERA - Research on Women and Education SIG national conference, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, October.
*(2009) Women in Trades and Technology & the Skills Shortage Conundrum: An Historical Analysis of Institutional and Governmental Resistance Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Canadian Association for the Study of Women in Education, Ottawa, May 23-26, 2009.
*(2007) Performative Autoethnography: an epistemic framework for social change? Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Arts-Based Education SIG. Saskatoon, May`26-29th .
* (2007) Skills Shortages and Women in Trades & Technology: A Public Policy Debacle. Jobs and Justice Conference. Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Vancouver. March 29-31st.
* (2006) (Review Essay) (2006). Reader's response to Sadie Plant's Zeroes + ones: Digital women + the new technoculture. Educational Insights , 10(2).
* (2004) What Have They Done to Dewey? Technological Literacy: Past, Present, and Future . The Journal of Industrial Teacher Education. Volume 41, Number 2. Awarded JITE's Outstanding Conceptual Manuscript for 2003-2004.
*(2003) Bryson, M., Petrina, S., Braundy, M. & de Castel, S. "Conditions for Success"?: Gender in Technology-Intensive Courses in British Columbia Secondary Schools. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education. Volume 3, Number 2, April 2003.
*(2002) Men & Women and Tools. Vancouver: Brave New Play Rites - UBC. This play was performed April 9-13, Telus Theatre, Chan Centre, UBC.
*(2002). Data as Evocation, Research Representation as Provocation:An intervention approach to epistemic understanding. Paper presented at the Astonishing Silences Conference, The Northwest Philosophy of Education Society. Vancouver: UBC.
*(2002) Fels, L., Giard, M., Braundy, M., Purru, K. "Conversations about Performative Inquiry: A Performative Panel." The Future of Constructivist Psychology: Changing Worlds, Inspiring New Practices. Tenth Biennial Conference of the North American Personal Construct Network: Vancouver, B.C.
*(2002) Children's Research Ideas - A multi-media slide show. Educational Insights . Volume 7, Number 2.
*(2002) (Readers' Response) House of Mirrors - Performing Autobiograph(icall)y in Language/Education by Renee Norman. Educational Insights. Volume 7, Number 2.
* (2001) Employment Equity and the Columbia Basin Power Projects. Remembering Our Past, Living Our Present, Celebrating Our Future, WITT National Network Conference: Banff, Alberta.
(2000)(Book Review Essay) Diversity in Technology Education .The Journal of Industrial Teacher Education. Volume 37, Number 3: Spring.
*(2000)Braundy, Petrina, O'Riley with Dalley & Paxton. Missing XX Chromosomes or Gender In/equity in Design and Technology Education? The Case of British Columbia. The Journal of Industrial Teacher Education. Volume 37, Number 3: Spring. (Winner of the Outstanding Scholarly Publication Award in Technology Education by the Silvius-Wolansky Foundation & Council on Technology in Teacher Education)
*(2000) What have they been doing to Dewey? Technological Literacy: Past, Present and Future. The Northwest Philosophy of Education Conference. Vancouver, SFU. Published in the Proceedings.
*(2000) The Missing X Chromosome in Design and Technology Education: The Case of British Columbia. International Technology Education Conference (ITEA), Salt Lake City.
(1997) Discussion Paper on Employment Equity, Women's Needs and the implications for the Columbia Basin Trust Contracted as part of their Management Plan development.
(1994) What Needs to Change to Get More Women Into Apprenticeship? No More Lip Service! In Strategies That Work: Women in Trades, Technology and Applied Science. Joyce Scane, Pat Staton & Margaret Schneider (eds). Toronto: Green Dragon Press
*(1993/1994) Recruitment and Retention Initiatives for Women in Technical Fields. Summer Institute for Union Women, SFU.
*(1993) Recruitment and Retention Initiatives for Women in Technical Fields” “Out of the Stream and Into the River”: GASAT 7*, Ontario, [published in GASAT Papers].
(1993) Achieving Equity in Sectoral Partnership Initiatives – An unpublished Discussion Paper for the Women's Employment Advisory Committee and the Canadian Labour Force Development Board Working Group on Employment Equity. Winlaw, B.C.: WITT National Network.
(1993) Building Foundations for Technical Training: WITT Standards and Guidelines. Women's Education des femmes, Winter 1993 • vol.10 no.3/4
(1992) Out of the Stream and Into the River - WITT Courses in Canada . An Occasional Paper. Ottawa: Canadian Vocational Association.
*(1992) Technical Exploratory Courses for Women in Canada. The Learneds, Carleton University, Ottawa.
*(1991) Out of the Stream and Into the River. CAE Conference, Fredericton*, 1991, NATCON, Ottawa 1992* (Published in NATCON Papers (1992) Toronto: U. of T. Press.
*(1990) Women's Education des Femmes Volume 7, No. 3 September. Guest Editor - Employment Equity edition. Ottawa: Canadian Congress on Learning Opportunities for Women.
(1990) Braundy, M. & Schom-Moffatt, P. What Happened to the WITT Grads? Women's Education des Femmes Volume 7, No. 3 September.
Braundy, Marcia (1990). Witness to a Workshop on Reasonable Accommodation. Women's Education des Femmes Volume 7, No. 3 September. http://www.nald.ca/litweb/other/cclow/newslet/1989/Sep_v7/38.htm
Books & Reports:
(2011) Men & Women and Tools - Bridging the Divide. 219pp. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing
(1997) Orientation to Trades and Technology : a curriculum guide and resource book with special emphasis on the needs of women (1987) Revised for the Province of British Columbia Ministry of Education, Skills and Training and the Centre for Curriculum, Transfer and Technology with support from WITT National Network ed.). [Victoria, B.C.]: The Ministry, Available by request from the Queen's Printer. 360 pp.
(1994) What Needs to Change to Get More Women Into Apprenticeship? No More Lip Service . In Scane, Staton & Schneider, Strategies That Work: Women in Trades, Technology and Applied Science. Toronto: Green Dragon Press. Originally delivered as a speech to the CLFDB National Apprenticeship Committee (8 pages)
(1992) Support Issues for Women On Training - A Compendium of Views- a research/policy analysis paper for Employment and Immigration Canada/now Human Resources Development Canada.
(1989) Surviving and Thriving – Women in Trades and Technology and Employment Equity. Winlaw, B.C. : Kootenay WITT. (266 pgs) Edited presentations by policy makers and practitioners with 10 pages of recommendations.
(1996) Rexe, D.& Braundy, M. et al. Equity In Apprenticeship Resource Kit . Burnaby, B.C: Ministry of Labour/ Open Learning Agency, (200 pgs.) Available by request from the Queen's Printer, Victoria, British Columbia.
(1993) One of the principal writers of Winning With Women in Trades, Technology, Science and Engineering, with Hilda Ching et al.. Ottawa: National Advisory Board on Science and Technology. Submitted to the Prime Minister of Canada. (135 pgs)
(1989) Schom-Moffat, P. & Braundy, M. National Survey of WITT Exploratory Course Graduates. Ottawa: Employment and Immigration Canada.
(1998) Women and Work in Canada. China/Canada Dialogue on Human Rights (Foreign Affairs, Justice and Status of Women Departments), Winnipeg.
(1997) Recruitment, Retention and Public Projects. Northwest Women In Trades Conference, Seattle.
(1993) Keeping Our WITTs About Us. Closing keynote address. ONWITT Onwards and Upwards Provincial Conference, Midland, Ontario.
(1993) Breaking the Barriers: Girls and Women in Trades and Technology”, BCTF Gender Equity Conference, Nelson, B.C
(1993) “Employment Equity/Affirmative Action,” Western WITT Conference, Parksville, B.C.
(1994) Recruitment and Retention. Provincial Electrical Instructors Articulation meeting, Nelson, BC.
(194) (1992)(1988) Presentations at WITT National Conferences, Naramata, BC.;Ottawa, Ontario;Halifax Nova Scotia
(1992 Employment Equity and the CCA. Canadian Construction Assoc., Victoria.
(1991) Recruitment/Retention. Canadian Homebuilders National Conference, Fredericton.
(1991) Women and Work - Taking the Initiative. Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) –Newfoundland.
(1991) Breaking Through the Veneer - Step by Step. PSC, Ottawa.
(1988) The Concepts/ Progress of Employment Equity. Selkirk College, Castlegar, British Columbia.
* (2007) Men, Women and Tools - What undergirds men's fears? Tradeswomen: A Winning Ticket. Simon Fraser University: Vancouver, BC. April 20-22.
( 2003) Men & Women & Tools – Resistance to Equity Initiatives. Performing the World 2 Conference. Eastside Institute, New York.
(2003) Stop Run: Listen to the Silent/silenced Voices, a collaborative performative inquiry. Provoking Curriculum: A Conference Promoting a New Era of Canadian Curriculum Questioning. Vancouver, UBC.
(2002) Data as Evocation, Research Representation as Provocation: An intervention approach to epistemic understanding. The Northwest Philosophy of Education Conference. Vancouver, UBC.
(2002) Astonishing Silences – Group Performative Piece. The Northwest Philosophy of Education Conference. Vancouver, UBC.
(2001) Conditions for Success? Participation and Performance Indicators in Technology-Intensive Courses In British Columbia Secondary Schools – Joint Presentation with Dr. Mary Bryson. Ministry of Education Research Conference, UBC
(2001) Data as Evocative rather than Representative: A Change Agent. The Northwest Philosophy of Education Conference. Vancouver, SFU.
(2000) What have they been doing to Dewey? Technological Literacy: Past, Present and Future. The Northwest Philosophy of Education Conference. Vancouver, SFU.
(2000) The Missing X Chromosome in Design and Technology Education: The Case of British Columbia. International Technology Education Conference (ITEA), Salt Lake City.
(1999) Gender and Technology: Interventions and Resistance – International Technology Education Conference (ITEA), Indianapolis.
(1999) Technological Literacy and Employability Skills for Women - A Journey through a Comparative and International Perspective. Comparative and International Education (CIES) Conference, UBC.
(1998) Developing Employability Skills Through Exploratory Technical Programs for Women. NATCON, the National Consultation on Career Development, Ottawa, Ontario, and Career Development in the 90's, Vancouver, BC (1998, March)
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