Gingras, J. (2009). Longing for recognition: The joys, contradictions, and complexities of practicing dietetics. York, UK: Raw Nerve Books.
Chapters in books
Aphramor, L., & Gingras, J. R. (in press). Tracing the dietetics positivist enterprise: The ethics of obfuscating the social in maternal nutritional health. In M. Unnithan-Kumar (Ed.), Fatness, food and childbearing: cultural perspectives on the body, nutrition and reproductive practices. Oxford: Berghahn Books.
Aphramor, L., & Gingras, J. R. (in press). That remains to be said: Disappeared feminist discourses on fat in dietetic theory and practice. In E. D. Rothblum & S. Solovay (Eds.), Fat studies reader. New York: New York University Press.
Aphramor, L. & Gingras, J. R. (in press). Helping people change: Promoting politicised practice in the healthcare professions. In E. Rich, L. Monaghan, & L. Aphramor (Eds.), Expanding the obesity debate. London: Palgrave.
Aphramor, L., & Gingras, J. R. (2008). Sustaining imbalance: Evidence of neglect in the pursuit of nutritional health. In Editors: S. Riley, M. Burns, H. Frith, S. Wiggins, & P. Markula (Eds.), Critical bodies: representations, practices and identities of weight and body management (pp. 155-174). London: Palgrave.
Gingras, J. R. (2004).
Like cold water or a kiss: Reflections on transformative teachings. In
G. Smith, M. L. deZwart, & L. Peterat (Eds.), Home economics now:
Transformative practice, ecology, and everyday life, a tribute to the
scholarship of Eleanore Vaines (pp. 67-75). Vancouver, BC: Pacific
Atkins, J., & Gingras, J. R. (in press). Coming and going: Exploring first and final year nutrition students' experiences of their education. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research.
Gingras, J. (2008). Sacra conversazione-A tender dialectic invoking an arts practice-based autoethnography to bridge language and silence in dietetics. Educational Insights, 12(2). [Available: http://www.ccfi.educ.ubc.ca/publication/insights/v12n02/articles/gingras/index.html]
Gingras, J. R., & Tiro, L. (2008). Mandarin peelings and Lola's Tinola: exploring subjectivity and belonging through cultural food narratives. Food, Culture & Society, 11(3), 375-400.
Gingras, J. R. (2008). The vulnerable learner: moving from middle to margin in dietetic education. Transformative Dialogues: Teaching and Learning Journal, 1(3). [Available: http://kwantlen.ca/TD/TD.1.3/TD.1.3_Gingras_Vulnerable_Learner.htm]
Gingras, J. R. (2006). Throwing their weight around: Canadians take on health at every size. Health at Every Size Journal, 19(4), 195-206.
Gingras, J. R., Fitzpatrick, J., & McCargar, L. J. (2004). Body image of chronic dieters: Lowered appearance evaluation and body satisfaction. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 104(10), 1589-1592.
Gingras, J. R., Harber, V., Field, C., & McCargar, L. (2000). Metabolic assessment of female chronic dieters with either a normal or a low resting energy expenditure. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 71, 1413-1420.
Ball, G. D. C., Gingras, J. R., Fimrite, A., Villetard, K., Kayman, S., & McCargar, L. J. (1999). Weight relapsers, maintainers and controls: Metabolic and behavioural differences. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology, 24, 548-558.
Gingras, J. R. (1998). Body image dissatisfaction: A framework for development and recommendations for dietitians. Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research, 59, 132-137.
Gingras, J. R. (1997). Home
economics - Strength in new directions. Journal of Home Economics Education,
Gingras, J. (2001). Toxic playground: Understanding the environmental influences that increase the risk of childhood weight disturbance & recommendations for prevention. A discussion paper prepared on behalf of the Fraser Health Authority, Burnaby, BC.
Non-Refereed Journal Articles
Gingras, J. R. (2003). If not I? Practice, 21, 7.
Gingras, J., &
Atkins, J. (2009). Mapping
resiliency among dietitians. Dietitians of Canada Conference,