Katie Aubrecht, PhD

ORCID: 0000-0002-8948-275X

Areas of Research

health & SOCIAL Care policy Research

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Mental health and resiliences projects in higher education

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  • Titchkosky, T. & Aubrecht, K. (2017). “One in five”: The prevalence problematic in mental illness discourse. In M. Morrow & L. Halinka Malcoe (Eds.), Critical inquiries: Theories and methodologies for social justice in mental health. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Aubrecht, K. & Mackenzie Lay, I. (2016). Solidarity in the solitudes of student life: Contemporary women students discuss life and work in the academy. In E. Whittaker (Ed.), Solitudes of the workplace: Women and universities (pp. 118-135). Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
  • Aubrecht, K. (2014). Re-Imagining success: Ordinary orders and university student ‘mental life’. In M. Lynch (Ed.), Reimagining education reform and innovation (pp. 55-76). New York: Peter Lang.
  • Aubrecht, K. (2010). Re-reading the Ontario review of the roots of youth violence report: The relevance of Fanon for a critical disability studies perspective. In G. Sefa Dei & M. Simmons (Eds.), Fanon and education: Thinking through pedagogical possibilities (pp. 55-78). New York: Peter Lang Press.


  • Aubrecht, K. (2012). Surviving success, reconciling resilience: A critical analysis of the appearance of student ‘mental life’ at one Canadian university. Department of Social Justice in Education (formerly Sociology and Equity Studies in Education), Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.

Theorizing Aging, Disability And Dementia: Intersectional Analyses

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  • Chandler, E., Ignagni, E., Rice, C., & Aubrecht, K. (Guest Editors). (Expected Publication 2021). Cripistemological approaches to disability arts and culture. Confirmed special Issue of Studies in Social Justice.

  • Aubrecht, K., & Krawchenko, T. (Guest Editors). (2016). Disability & aging: International perspectives. Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal (Special issue double forum), 12(2&3).


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  • Aubrecht, K., Keefe, J., Bowers, L., & Redden, M. (2017). Faculty mentoring and

    pedagogical partnerships: Perspectives from a teaching and research collaboration on reminiscence work in Nova Scotia Museums. Proceedings of the Atlantic Universities’ Teaching Showcase, 21, 115-121. Retrieved from


Colonial genealogies of health governing bodies

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