Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Shawna Ferris, Danielle Allard & Amy Lebovitch. 2021. “Sex Work Research, Ethics Review Processes, and Institutional Challenges for “Sensitive” Collaborative Research”. The International Journal of Qualitative Methods.

Bak, Greg, Danielle Allard, and Shawna Ferris. 2019. “Knowledge Organization as Knowledge Creation: Surfacing Community Participation in Archival Arrangement and Description.” Knowledge Organization 46.7, 201-521. 

Ferris, Shawna. 2016. “Safe Sex Work and the City: Canadian Sex Worker Activists Re-imagine Real/Virtual Cityscapes.” In We Still Demand! Redefining Resistance in Sex and Gender Struggles. Eds. Patrizia Gentile, Gary Kinsman, and Pauline Rankin. UBC Press. pp.203-221.

Ferris, Shawna, and Danielle Allard. 2015. “Tagging for Activist Ends and Strategic Ephemerality: Creating the Sex Work Database as an Activist Digital Archive.” Feminist Media Studies 16.2: 189-204.

Ferris, Shawna, and Danielle Allard. 2015. “Politics, Marginalized Communities, and the Power of Tagging: Creating Social Justice Spaces in the Missing Women and Sex Work Database/Archive Project.” Library Trends 64.1: 20 pgs. 

Ferris, Shawna, and Danielle Allard. 2014. “The Digital Archives and Marginalized Communities Project: Building Anti-violence Archives.” iConference 2014 Proceedings. Eds. Maxi Kindling & elke Greifeneder. Illinois: iSchools, Web.