Miller, A. M., O’Reilly, K., Bourassa, C, Kaye, R. (2016)  The Sweat Lodge and Ivory Tower: Indigenous community-based research at First Nations University of Canada. In: B. Hall (ed.) Building the Next Generation of Community-based Researchers. UNESCO. The book is freely available at: 


Bourassa, C., Blind, M., Dietrich, D. & Oleson, E. (2015). Understanding the intergenerational effects of colonization: Aboriginal women with neurological conditions–their reality and resilience. International Journal of Indigenous Health, Vol. 10, Issue 2, Pages. 3-20. Online:

Bourassa, C., & Kubik, W. (2016). Stolen Sisters: The Politics, Policies, and Travesty of Missing and Murdered Women in Canada. In Brant, J., & Lavell-Harvard, M. D. (Eds.), Forever Loved: Exposing the Hidden Crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada. (17-33). Canada: Demeter Press.

Bourassa, C., & Baydala, A. (2013). Aboriginal Peoples. In Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology. Retrieved from:

Bourassa, Carrie. (2011). Métis Health:  The ‘Invisible Problem.’ J Charlton Publishing Ltd., Ontario, Kanata.

Ramsden, VR., Patrick, K.,  Bourassa, C., Crowe, J.,  McKay, S., Sanderson, K. & the Métis Nation – Saskatchewan. (2011).  Community Based Participatory Project: Engaging Individuals/Families in the Development of Programs to Enhance Health and Well-being – Métis Nation Saskatchewan – Final Report. Saskatoon, SK: Research Division, Department of Academic Family Medicine; Métis Nation–Saskatchewan and First Nation University. ISBN 978-0-88880-569-0. English -1-51 pp. plus Appendices.

McKenzie, H., Bourassa, C., Kubik, W., Strathy, K. and McKenna, B. (2010). Aboriginal Grandmothers Caring for Grandchildren: Located in a Policy Gap, Indigenous Policy Journal, XXI(3),  1-18.

Bourassa, C., Hampton, M., Baydala, A., Goodwill, K., McKenna, B., McKay-McNabb, K., Saul, G., Clarke, V., Christiansen, J., Jackson, M., Novik, N., Millman, C. (2010). Completing the Circle:  End of Life Care with Aboriginal Families, The Exchange, Canadian Virtual Hospice, available online only: Main+ Site+Navigation/Home/For+ Professional/ For+Professionals/The+Exhchange/Current/Corrent/Completing+the+Circle_+End+of+Life+Care+with+Aboriginal+Families.aspx          

Bourassa, C. (2010.) The Construction of Aboriginal Identity: A Healing Journey, Torn From Our Midst: Voices of Grief, Healing and Action from the Missing Indigenous Women Conference, 2008. CPRC Press: University of Regina, 75-85.   

Bourassa, C. and Peach, I. (2009). Reconceiving Notions of Aboriginal Identity:  Policy Implications Aboriginal Policy Research Series, Ottawa: Institute on Governance, 1-30.         
Kubik, W., Bourassa, C., Hampton M. (2009). Stolen Sisters and Second Class Citizens:  The Legacy of Colonization in Canada, Humanist Sociology, 33(1,2), 18-34.

Bourassa, C., McKay-McNabb, K., Hampton, M. (2009). Racism, Sexism and Colonialism: The Impact on the Health of Aboriginal Women In Canada, First Voices: An Aboriginal Women’s Reader, Canadian Woman Studies. Toronto: Inanna Publications, 293-304.