Dr. Kelly Vodden (Associate Professor) and Dr. Maura Hanrahan (Grenfell’s Humanities Program Chair) of EPI have recently published in (S. Markey, Laura Ryser, and Don Manson) It’s a People Process: Doing Community-Based Research by McGill Queen’s University Press. Dr. Kelly Vodden’s contributions in the book were titled:
“Research Relationships that Last” and “Community-Based Research in the Classroom”.
Dr. Kelly Vodden has also released this year three co-authored chapters in two edited volumes and two journal articles:
Irvine, M., K. Vodden and R. Keenan. Developing Assessment and Adaptation Capacity: Integrating Climate Change Considerations into Municipal Planning in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Vodden, K., R. Lane and C. Pollett. Seeking Sustainability through Self-Assessment and Regional Cooperation in Newfoundland and Labrador.
In Sustainability Planning and Collaboration in Rural Canada: Taking the Next Steps. L. Hallstrom, M. Beckie, G. Hvenegaard, and K. Mündel (Eds.) The University of Alberta Press with two co-authored chapters:
Vodden, K., L. Hunt and R. Bell. Tourism and the Arts: Arts, Culture and First Nations-led Tourism Development, Broadening Conceptions of the Social Economy. In Roseland, M., M. Gismondi, S. Markey, M. Beckie and S. Connelly (Eds.) Scaling Up: The convergence of social economy and sustainability. Athabasca University Press.
Hall, H., K. Vodden, and R. Greenwood. From Dysfunctional to Destitute: The Governance of Regional Development in Newfoundland and Labrador. International Planning Studies was published online April 2016.
Lastly and fresh off the press (July 14th 2016):
Hall, H., J. Walsh, R. Greenwood and K. Vodden. Advancing Innovation in Newfoundland and Labrador: Insights for Knowledge Mobilization and University-Community Engagement. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship. 9(1). Available at: