Publications

Refereed Publications

Book Chapters in Edited Works

Glynn, Tracy. Forthcoming. “‘It Has Not Been Like a Dream:’ Challenging Extractivism in Indonesia.” Capitalism and Dispossession: Corporate Canada at Home and Abroad. Ed. David P. Thomas and Veldon Coburn. Halifax: Fernwood Publishing.

Glynn, Tracy. 2020. “Global Mining and Decolonial Feminist Activism.” Gendering Globalization, Globalizing Gender: Post-Colonial Perspectives. Ed. G. Çaliskan. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Glynn, Tracy. 2017. “Community Forestry on the Cusp of Reality in New Brunswick.” In Growing Community Forests: Practice, Research and Advocacy in Canada. Eds. Bullock, R., G. Broad, L. Palmer and P. Smith. Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press.

Glynn, Tracy. 2014. “Unforgettable films, remarkable people, outrage and hope at Cinema Politica Fredericton.” In Screening Truth to Power: A Reader on Documentary Activism. Ed. E. Winton. Montreal: Cinema Politica.

Glynn, Tracy et al. 2007. “International Solidarity.” In The People Behind Colombian Coal: Mining, Multinationals and Human Rights. Eds. Chomsky, A., G. Leech and S. Striffler. Bogota: Casa Editorial Pisando Callos.

Journal Articles

Aspinall, Mary, Susan O’Donnell, Tracy Glynn and Tom Beckley. 2020. “Manufacturing Consent for an Extractive Regime in a Rural Province.” Journal of Rural and Community Development 14(4): 27–49.

Glynn, Tracy. 2018. “Berta Cáceres Did Not Die, She Multiplied!” Honouring a life of resistance to dams, mines and capitalism.” Revue Caminando. Comité pour les droits humains en Amérique latine (CDHAL). Montréal.

Glynn, Tracy. 2013. “It’s bigger than bling-bling and the banks: Invoking an anti-capitalist praxis in feminist activism at mining sites.” Women and Environments International Magazine. Toronto: York University. 

Non-Refereed Publications

Books 

Palmer, David and Tracy Glynn. 2019. The Great Trees of New Brunswick, Edition 2. Fredericton: Goose Lane Editions.

Magazine Articles

Glynn, Tracy. 2014. “Women in a Mine’s World: Barbaric capitalism faces opponents of mining and shale gas.” Canadian Dimension. October 2014.

Glynn, Tracy and Leslie McNab. 2006. “Seeing the forest and the trees.” Downhome 19(6): 54-56.

Publications for Non-Governmental Organizations

Glynn, Tracy and Zachary Bourque. 2017. “New Brunswick Forest Report Card: A Stakeholder Survey of Opinions and Recommendations for Crown Forest Management in New Brunswick in 2017.” Conservation Council of New Brunswick.

Glynn, Tracy. 2017. “The Creeping Privatization of Health Care in New Brunswick.” NB Health Coalition.

Glynn, Tracy. 2014. “A Snapshot of Women and Poverty in New Brunswick in 2014.” Common Front for Social Justice.

Gagnon, Chantal and Tracy Glynn. 2009. “Traditional Ecological Knowledge and New Brunswick’s Forest: A Conversation.” Conservation Council of New Brunswick.

Glynn, Tracy. 2006. “Small is Beautiful in New Brunswick.” Footprints: The Environment and the Way We Live Series. National Film Board.

Glynn, Tracy. 2004. “Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA): A Guide for Reviewers.” International Network on Export Credit Agencies.

Glynn, Tracy. 2004. “Mining in the New Millennium.” Jakarta: Mining Advocacy Network (JATAM).

Siti Maimunah, Hasanuddin, Aminuddin Kirom, Glynn, Tracy. 2002. “Rio+10: Pertambangan dan Penghancuran Berkelanjutan.” (Rio+10: Mining and Sustainable Destruction). Jakarta: Mining Advocacy Network (JATAM).

Mining Watch Canada, Project Underground. 2002. “Minahasa & Nusa Tenggara Case Studies. Submarine Tailings Disposal Toolkit.” Berkeley: Project Underground.

Global Mining Campaign. 2002. “Poboya-Paneki Forest Park, Indonesia. Digging Deep.” Washington, D.C.: Mineral Policy Center.