Candace Johnson and Stephen Henighan, eds. Human and Environmental Justice in Guatemala. University of Toronto Press, 2018.

Candace Johnson. Maternal Transition: A North-South Politics of Pregnancy and Childbirth. New York: Routledge, 2014; 2016.

Candace Johnson. Health Care, Entitlement, and Citizenship.  Toronto: The University of Toronto Press.  September 2002.

Journal Articles

Candace Johnson. 2023. “Reproductive Subjects and Shifting Global Health Policy Discourses. Signs. 48:2.

Candace Johnson. 2022. “Drafting Injustice: Overturning Roe v. Wade, Spillover Effects, and Reproductive Rights in Context.” Feminist Theory.

Candace Johnson. 2021. “The End of the Maternal Health Moment: An Examination of Canada’s Evolving Global Reproductive Policy Commitments.” International Feminist Journal of Politics.

Candace Johnson. 2020. “Responsibility, Affective Solidarity, and Transnational Maternal Feminism.” Feminist Theory. 21(2): 175-198.

Candace Johnson. 2020. “Socially Engaged Research Across Borders: Feminist Bridges for Global Gender Justice and Human Rights.” Politics, Groups, and Identities. 8:2, 444-452.

Ebenezer Agyei and Candace Johnson. 2019. “The Politics of Global Policy Frames: Reproductive Health and Development in Ghana.” Global Health Governance. 9(1&2): 69-85.

Candace Johnson. 2018.  The Virtues of Repression: Politics and Health in Revolutionary Cuba.   Health Policy and Planning, 33, 758–759.

Candace Johnson. 2017. “Pregnant Woman versus Mosquito: A Feminist Epidemiology of Zika Virus.” Journal of International Political Theory, 13(2): 233-250.

Candace Johnson. 2014. “Negotiating Maternal Identity: Adrienne Rich’s Legacy for Inquiry into the Political Dimensions of Pregnancy and Childbirth. PhiloSOPHIA: A Journal of Continental Feminism, 4(1): 65-87.

Candace Johnson.  2011. “Framing for Change: Social Policy, the State, and the Federación de Mujeres Cubanas,” Cuban Studies, 42: 35-51.

Candace Johnson. 2010. “Framing and the Politics of Public Health: An Examination of Competing Health Narratives in Honduras.”  Global Public Health, 5(1): 1-14.

Candace Johnson. 2009. “Women, Policy Development, and the Evolving Health Frame in Cuba.”  Canadian Woman Studies, 27(1): 63-68.

Candace Johnson. 2008. “The Political ‘Nature’ of Pregnancy and Childbirth.”  Canadian Journal of Political Science, 41(4): 889-913.

Candace Johnson. 2006. “Health as Culture and Nationalism in Cuba.”  Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 31(61): 91-113.

Candace Johnson. 2002. “Health as Citizenship Narrative.” Polity, 34(3): 355-370.

Candace Johnson. 2002. “Health Care as Citizenship Development: Examining Social Rights and Entitlement.”  Canadian Journal of Political Science, 35(1): 103-125.

Candace Johnson. 1999. “Rationing Care in the Community: Engaging Citizens in Health Care Decision Making.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 24(6): 1363-1389.

Book Chapters

“Introduction: Transitional, Transnational, and Distributive Justice in Post-War Guatemala.” In Human and Environmental Justice in Guatemala. Stephen Henighan and Candace Johnson, eds. University of Toronto Press, 2018.

“Conclusion.” With Stephen Henighan. In Human and Environmental Justice in Guatemala. Stephen Henighan and Candace Johnson, eds. University of Toronto Press, 2018.

“Conceptualizing Transnational Civil Society in Guatemala.” In Re-Imagining Communities and Civil Society in Latin America and the Caribbean, Roberta Rice and Gordana Yovanovich, eds. Routledge, 2016.

Candace Johnson and Surma Das. 2014. “The Human Rights Framing of Maternal Health: A Strategy for Politicization or a Path to Genuine Empowerment?” In The Uses and Misuses of Human Rights: A Critical Approach to Advocacy. George Andreopoulos and Zehra Arat, eds. Palgrave.

“Reproducing inequality and identity: An intersectional analysis of maternal health preferences.”  In Fertile Ground: Exploring Reproduction in Canada, Stephanie Patterson, Francesca Scala, and Marlene Sokolon, eds. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014.

“The Political ‘Nature’ of Pregnancy and Childbirth.” In Coming to Life, Philosophies of Pregnancy, Childbirth and Mothering, Sarah LaChance Adams and Caroline Lundquist, eds.  Fordham University Press, 2012, chapter 9.   Reprint.

Health as Citizenship Narrative.”  Health Politics and Policy, volume 2: Tensions in Health Policy: Ethics, Interests, and the Public. Sue Tolleson-Rinehart and Mark Peterson, eds.  Sage Publications, 2011.  Reprint.

“Entitlement Beyond the Family: Global Rights Commitments and Children’s Health Policy in Canada.” Book chapter invited for edited volume, Children’s Rights: Theories, Policies and Interventions, Tom O’Neill and Dawn Zinga eds.  University of Toronto Press, 2008, 115-136.

“Health Care Politics and the Intergovernmental Framework in Canada.” In Tom McIntosh, Pierre-Gerlier Forest and Greg Marchildon, eds., The Governance of Health Care in CanadaThe Romanow Papers Volume 3. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2004, 199-223.

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