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Da Costa, J. (In-progress). Fat Brown Queer Kid: On Pathologizing Unruly ‘Girls’. Feral Feminisms.
Da Costa, Jade Crimson Rose. 2022. “Monstrous Awakenings: Queer Necropolitics in Vivek Shraya and Ness Lee’s Death Threat.” Feminist Theory, 1 - 29. https://doi.org/10.1177/14647001221085944
Da Costa, Jade Crimson Rose Da Costa. 2021. “Pride Parades in Queer Times: Disrupting Time, Norms, and Nationhood in Canada.” Journal of Canadian Studies, 54 (2-3): 434 - 458. doi: 10.3138/jcs-2020-0045
Da Costa, Jade Crimson Rose. 2019. Binge-Watching: Self-Care or Self-Harm? Understanding the Health Subjectivities of Binge-Watchers. Journal of Health Psychology, 1 - 13. doi:10.1177/1359105319877231
Da Costa, Jade Crimson Rose. 2019. “Binge-Watching: A Life Course Perspective.” Journal of Social Thought 3(1). Available at: https://ojs.lib.uwo.ca/index.php/jst/index.
Da Costa, J. (In-progress). Doing Engaged Pedagogy within the Neoliberal University. In Butler, M.L., Davis-McElligatt, J., & Feifer, M (Eds.) Transgressive Teaching & Learning: Critical Essays on bell hooks’ Engaged Pedagogy.
Da Costa, J. 2022. “Becoming Sisters, Becoming Free: Black Feminism, Sisterhood, and Social Justice.” Pp. 19 – 36 in Davis, D.J., Davis-Maye, D., Jones, T.B., & Andrew, J. (eds.) Black Sisterhoods: Paradigms and Praxis. Demeter Press.
Da Costa, Jade Crimson Rose. 2021. “Plastic Encounters: COVID-19 and (De)Racialisation in Canada.” Pp. 201– 217 in Kouba, P., Malabou, C., Swain, D., & Urban, P. (Eds.) Unchaining Solidarity On Mutual Aid and Anarchism with Catherine Malabou. Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield.
Da Costa, Jade Crimson Rose. 2021. "The 'New' White Feminism: Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminism and the Problem of Biological Determinism in Western Feminist Theory." Pp. 317 – 334 in Carter, K. & Brunton, J. (eds.) TransNarratives: Scholarly and Creative Works on Transgender Experience. Toronto: Women’s Press.
REFERRED CREATIVE OUTPUTS
Da Costa, Jade Crimson Rose. 2022. Re: What is wealth inequality? Studies in Social Justice, 16(3): 649-651. https://doi.org/10.26522/ssj.v16i3.4016
Da Costa, Jade Crimson Rose. 2021. “Motherland.” Re:locations: Journal of the Asia-Pacific World. Available at: https://relocationsutoronto.wordpress.com/2021/01/25/motherland/
Da Costa, Jade Crimson Rose Da Costa. 2020. “Interesting.” Feminist Review, 126: 148 - 150. https://doi.org/10.1177/0141778920911946
Da Costa, J. 2022. An Anthropology of Sleeplessness. Pp. 12 -16 Rebecca Rijsdijk (ed.) Quarterly Anthology, Sunday Mornings at the River Poetry Press. Eindhoven.
Da Costa, J. 2022. Airwaves. The Uncoiled Magazine, Issue 3. Print.
Da Costa, J. 2022. Mixed. Orangepeel Literary Magazine, Issue 3. Available at: https://orangepeelmag.files.wordpress.com/2022/07/op-collage-of-us-part-2.pdf
Da Costa, Jade Crimson Rose. 2020. “History”, “Colourblind” and “To the person.” In Carlos Steward (ed.) The Sixty-Four Best Poets of 2019. Black Mountain Press.
Da Costa, Jade Crimson Rose. 2020. “The Wanting”, “Surviv/or/ing” and “Biracial Exogamy.” HerWords, 2(1).
Da Costa, Jade Crimson Rose. 2019. “ben” and “Friendship.” Featured poet in The Halcyone, 1(4), 6 - 7, 32.
Da Costa, Jade Crimson Rose. 2019. “The Good Guy.” Laurels & Bells Literary Journal, 1(1).
Erotic Pedagogy: QTBIPOC Sexual Education
Curator and Principal Investigator
An open access Sex Education Instagram page featuring QTBIPOC, funded by SOGI UBC Research to Practice Microgrant Program. Forthcoming, the page will feature storytelling videos of QTBIPOC in Tkaronto, the GTHA, and Tri-Cities-Guelph, in addition to infographics on how to develop anti-racist LGBTQ inclusive sex ed lesson plans.
Paper Roads: A Traveling Library
Founder and Executive Director
Paper Roads is a grassroots traveling social justice library that delivers books for loan to low-income, racialized, and Indigenous communities in Oakville, Burlington, Milton, Attiwandaronia (Hamilton), Guelph, and the Haldimand Tract (the Tri-Cities), completely free of charge, while also supporting local QT/BIPOC authors and bookstores. To volunteer, donate, or loan books, click here.
The People's Pantry
Cofounder and Leader
The People’s Pantry brings food, groceries, and community connection, free of charge, no questions asked, to those experiencing food insecurity and poverty as a result of white supremacy, anti-Black racism, racial capitalism, settler colonialism, whorephobia, transphobia, sexism, queerphobia, and the many other systems of violence that kill and let die marginalized communities in Toronto/Three Fires Territories and beyond. To learn more, click here.
New Sociology: Journal of Critical Praxis
Founder and Editor-in-Chief
New Sociology is a peer reviewed, academic journal organized and maintained by Femme, Queer, Trans and Racialized sociology graduate students at York university. Read our latest issue or submit to our journal here.
Select Public Sociology & Media Appearances
Banerji, A., & Da Costa, J. (Forthcoming). Brazen Femme Conversation Series: Femme of Colour Poetry, Art, and Dance [Centre for Feminist Research Podcast].
Da Costa, J. (In-progress). Sexuality Studies for Critical Classrooms and Mutual Aid with Jade Crimson Rose Da Costa and Amanda Selvaggi S3ep1 [Sexuality Studies Spotlight Podcast].
Da Costa, J. (2023, January 28). The pandemic prompted people to care for their neighbours like never before. What’s next for mutual aid groups? [Globe and Mail Interview]. Available at: here.
Da Costa, J. (2022, July 20). “Number of volunteers dropping just as demand is spiking, Toronto community groups warn”. [CBC Interview]. Available here.
Da Costa, J. (2021, May 20) ‘Solidarity, not charity’: The People’s Pantry connects volunteer cooks with those experiencing food insecurity in the GTA [Toronto Star Interview]. Available here.
Da Costa, J. (2021, April 12). Ep. 007 The People’s Pantry [Atlas of Resistance Podcast]. Available here.
Da Costa, J. (2021, Sept 23). The People’s Pantry [Vimeo Documentary]. Available at: https://vimeo.com/461246686
Da Costa, J. (2020, Oct 20). Reasons to Love Toronto. No. 1: Because our home chefs are feeding the hungry [Toronto Life Feature]. Available at: here.
Da Costa, J. (2020, June 3). ‘The People’s Pantry’ Gives Free Food to Torontonians Experiencing Food Insecurity [HuffPost Canada Interview]. Available here.
Da Costa, J. (2020, March 7). Re: Framing Gender Exhibition [Trans Fashion Exhibition Interview]. Available here.
Upcoming Conference Presentations & Panels
Da Costa, J. (2023). Collective Memory, Historical Whitewashing, and HIV/AIDS Activism: A Methodological Exploration. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Sociological Association Conference, Toronto, ON, June.
Da Costa, J. (2023). Erotic Pedagogy: Anti-Racist Sexual Education. Interdisciplinary Conference: 30 Years of Stone Butch Blues – Memories and Visions. Virtual, May.
Brightwell, L., Cavanaugh, L., Da Costa, J., Schwartz, A; Yoon, J.T., Osei, C. (2023). Critical Femininity Studies: A Roundtable on Current Questions and New Directions. The Sexuality Studies Association’s Annual Conference, June.
Anane-Bediakoh, B., Ali, N., & Da Costa, J. (2023). Exploring the Otherwise Worlds of Racialized and Indigenous People. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Sociological Association Conference, Toronto, ON, May-June.
Da Costa, J. & Wood, L. (2023). Remembering Tomorrow: Social Movements and Collective Memory. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Sociological Association Conference, Toronto, ON, May-June.
Most Recent Invited Talks
Da Costa, J. (2023). “Wealth Inequality.” Young Lead Impact Workshop Series with Thrive Youth (Session 3), Youth Development Canada, April 19 (Digital Panel).
Da Costa, J. (2022). “Erotic Pedagogy: Sex Education by and for QTBIPOC.” SOGI UBC Research to Practice Microgrant Program 2022 Conference, University of British Columbia, May (Digital Panel).
Da Costa, J. (2021). “Food justice, Sovereignty, and Security.” Victoria College Sustainability Commission, Toronto, ON, March (Digital Panel). Available here.
DeGrey, T., Aiello, D., Da Costa, J., and Turner, L. (2021). “Mutual Aid Panel.” Studies in National and International Development, Queens University, February (Digital Panel).