Wiebe, Sarah Marie (2020). “Crisis Atmospheres: Sensing Life on Alert, A Visceral Response to Tim Luke’s
Anthropocene Alerts”, New Political Science. In press.
Rachel Yacaaʔał George and Sarah Marie Wiebe (2020). “Fluid Decolonial Futures: Water as Life, Ocean
Wiebe, Sarah Marie, Erynne M. Gilpin and Laurence Butet-Roch (2020). “Reimagining Attawapiskat:
Wiebe, Sarah Marie and Max Ritts (2020). “The Story of Wānanalua: Stranded whales and contested marine
sovereignties in Hawaiʻi”, Environment and Space Planning E: Nature and Space. In press.
Wiebe, Sarah Marie (2019). “Sensing Policy: Engaging Affected Communities at the Intersections of
Environmental Justice and Decolonial Futures”, Politics, Groups and Identities. Vol 8(1): 181-193.
Wiebe, Sarah Marie (2019). “ʻJust’ Stories or “Just Stories?: Mixed Media Storytelling as a Prism for
Environmental Justice and Decolonial Futures”, Engaged Scholar Journal. Vol 5(2): 19-35.
Wiebe, Sarah Marie et al. (2017), “Traveling Together? Navigating the Practice of Collaborative Engagement
Bagelman, J. and S. M. Wiebe (2017). "Intimacies of global toxins: exposure and resistance in Chemical
Valley", Political Geography. 60(76-85).
Wiebe, Sarah Marie (2016). “Guardians of the Environment in Canada’s Chemical Valley”, Citizenship Studies.
Wiebe, Sarah Marie (2015). “Decolonizing Engagement? Creating a Sense of Community through Collaborative
Filmmaking”, Studies in Social Justice, special issue on “Scholarship and Activism”. 9(2): 244-257.
Wiebe, Sarah (2009). “Producing Bodies and Borders: A Review of Immigrant Medical Examinations in Canada”,
Surveillance and Society. Vol. 6(2): 128-141.
Maile, Uahikea and Sarah Marie Wiebe, "When a State of Emergency is Declared, We should All be
Alarmed" Abolition. September 27th, 2019.
Wiebe, Sarah Marie. Everyday Exposure: Indigenous Mobilization and Environmental Justice in Canada's
Chemical Valley. Vancouver: UBC Press (2016). Recipient of the Charles Taylor Book Award, 2017.
Wiebe, Sarah Marie and Jennifer Lawrence, eds. Biopolitical Disaster, Routledge, Interventions series (2017).
Wiebe, Sarah Marie. Life Against a State of Emergency: Interrupting the Gendered Biopolitics of Settler-
Colonialism. Under contract with University of Minnesota Press. See draft conclusion on Manifold.
Wiebe, Sarah Marie Wiebe and Leah Levac, eds. Creating Spaces of Engagement. Under contract with University
of Toronto Press.
(Invited chapter, in progress) Wiebe, Sarah Marie, “Vibrant Seascapes, Storied Lives: Environmental
Reproductive Justice Across the Pacific”, Turbulent Times, Transformation Possibilities? Gender and Politics Today and Tomorrow, F. MacDonald & A. Dobrowolsky, eds. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
(Invited chapter, in press) Wiebe, Sarah Marie, “Decolonizing research through documentary film?
Indigenous environmental justice and community-engagement in Canada - lessons from the field”,
chapter in Ethics in participatory research for health and social well-being, Sarah Banks and Mary
Brydon-Miller, eds. Routledge.
(Accepted) Wiebe, Sarah Marie, “Hearing or Listening? Pipeline Politics and the Art of Engagement in British
Columbia”, Bringing Intersectionality to Policy, Julia Jordan-Zachary and Olena Hankivsky, eds. Under
Review with Palgrave-Macmillan.
Gilpin, Erynne M. & Sarah Marie Wiebe, “Embodied Governance: Community Health, Indigenous
Self-Determination and Birth Practices”, Bearing the Weight of the World: Exploring Maternal Embodiment,
A. Einion & J. Rinaldi, eds. Bradford: Demeter Press, 2018.
Wiebe, Sarah Marie, “Toxic Matters: Vital and Material Struggles for Environmental Reproductive Justice”,
pp. 313-333, Abortion: History, Politics, and Reproductive Justice after Morgentaler edited by S. Stettner, K. Burnett & T. Hay, eds. Vancouver: UBC Press.
Wiebe, Sarah Marie (2014). “Beyond Biopolitics? Ecologies of Indigenous Citizenship”, pp. 535- 544, The
Routledge Handbook of Global Citizenship Studies, P. Nyers & E. Isin, eds. New York: Routledge.
Wiebe, Sarah Marie and Erin Marie Konsmo (2014). “Indigenous Body as Contaminated Site? Examining
Reproductive Justice in Aamjiwnaang”, pp. 325-358, Fertile Ground: Reproduction in Canada, F. Scala & S.
Paterson, eds. McGill-Queen’s University Press.
Orsini, Michael and Sarah Wiebe (2014). “Between Hope and Fear: Comparing the Emotional Landscapes of
Autism and Autistic Activism in Canada and the U.S”, pp. 147-167, Comparing Canada: Citizens, Government and Policy, L. Turgeon, M. Papillon, S. White & J. Wallner, eds. Vancouver: UBC Press.
Wiebe, Sarah Marie (2012), “Affective Terrain: Approaching the Field in Aamjiwnaang”, pp. 158-161, Research
Methods in Critical Security Studies: An Introduction, M. Salter & C. Mutlu, eds. New York: Routledge.
Wiebe, Sarah Marie (2012). “Bodies on the Line: (In)Security and Everyday Life in Aamjiwnaang”, pp. 215-236,
Natural Resources and Social Conflict: Towards Critical Environmental Security, M. Schnurr & L. Swatuk,
eds. Palgrave MacMillan.
Wiebe, Sarah Marie (2012). “Shit Ecology: Confronting the Body Boundary”, Les Cahiers de l’idiotie, D. Giroux & S.
Mussi, eds. No. 5: 251-269.
Wiebe, Sarah (Trans). Rocher, François and Marie-Christine Gilbert (2010). “(Re)Federalizing Canada: Refocusing
the Debate on Decentralization”, in Gilles Paquet and Ruth Hubbard, The Case for Decentralization. Ottawa:
University of Ottawa Press.
Wiebe, Sarah (Trans). Rocher, François (2010). Introductions to Chapters 2, and 4: “Representative Democracy”
and “Federalism, Constitutionalism and Intergovernmentalism”, in Essential Readings in Canadian Government and Politics, Peter Russell et al., eds. (73-75; 215-218).
Wiebe, Sarah Marie and Crystal Tremblay “Our Bodies are Made of Water: Stories and Community
Vignettes” HEIW7 Humanities and Higher Education: Generating Synergies Between Science, Technology and Humanities Report, 2019. Global University Network for Innovation (GUNI).
Wiebe, Sarah Marie, Jennifer Bagelman and Laurence Butet-Roch (2019). “Bodies Exposed: Reframing the
Geopolitics of Dilution in Canada’s Chemical Valley”, Article & Photo Essay, Toxic News.
Wiebe, Sarah Marie, “Reimagining Attawapiskat: More than a Community in Crisis”, Article & Photo Essay,
Policy Options, July 2016
Wiebe, Sarah Marie, “Strive for balance when covering Attawapiskat”, Hill Times. Opinion. April 12, 2016
Wiebe, Sarah Marie, “Honouring Makayla”, Impact Ethics. Blog Post. February 2015
Wiebe, Sarah Marie and Martin Taylor, “Pursuing Excellence in Collaborative Community-Campus
Research”, Community-Based Research Canada National Summit. Background paper. November 2014
Bagelman, Jennifer and Sarah Marie Wiebe, “Preventing a Pipeline from Bisecting Canada”, New York Times.
Opinion Pages. Room for Debate. July 3 2014
Wiebe, Sarah Marie, “Health Inequities in Canada: Intersectional Frameworks and Practices”, Olena
Hankivsky, ed. UBC Press, 2012. Book Review. Canadian Journal of Political Science, March 2015
Wiebe, Sarah, “Gender Equality: Dimensions of Women’s Equal Citizenship” by Linda C. McClain and
Joanna L. Grossman. Cambridge University Press, 2009. Book Review. Canadian Journal of Political
Science, December 2010
Wiebe, Sarah, “Briefing Note for the Aamjiwnaang First Nation Chief and Council RE: the Lambton
Community Health Study – Options for Aamjiwnaang”, Aamjiwnaang, ON. May 2011
Wiebe, Sarah and Mckay Swanson, “Offsite Impact in Canada’s Chemical Valley: Life in a State
of (non) Emergency”, Letter to the Editor, Sarnia Observer, published as: “What does an Emergency
Siren Mean”? February 2011
Wiebe, Sarah and Mckay Swanson, “Plastic Pellets: From Beaches to Bodies”, Letter to the Editor, Sarnia
Observer, published as: “Mystery Pellets Need Further Investigation”, October 2010
Wiebe, Sarah and Dayna Scott, “Canada: Beyond Petroleum? From Atakapa-Iskah to Aamjiwnaang”,
published as: “Oil Spills not ‘Out There’: Feds Should Act Now to Prevent Future Crisis”, Hill Times,
August 9, 2010
Wiebe, Sarah, “The Stark Reality of Canada’s ‘Phantom Veils’ for Women in Canadian Politics”. Opinion
Piece. Hill Times. August 3, 2009
Wiebe, Sarah, “Discretionary Decision-Making and Welfare Policy”. Policy Paper. Ministry of Human
Resources, Victoria, B.C. 2003
Wiebe, Sarah, “Re-Thinking Citizenship: (Un)Healthy Bodies and the Canadian Border”, Surveillance and
Society. Vol. 5(3/4). Opinion Piece
Wiebe, Sarah, “Anxious About the Gates: (Un)Healthy Migrants and the Canadian Border”, Juxtaposition.
Global Health Magazine. Fall 2007. Vol. 2(1): 26-28
Wiebe, Sarah, “Securing Europe’s Fringe: Civilizing a Barbaric Space in Kosovo”, On Politics.
Fall 2006. Vol. 3.
Interview with Nick Cheesman, New Books Network, November 29th, 2019. Podcast.
Interview with Trevor Phillips, At the Edge of Canada: Indigenous Research, May 8th 2017. Podcast.