The Impact of the Asbestos Industry on Families in Brazil – Doctoral Dissertation, 2010.

“Whither Occupational Health? How the International Community Sabotages Development by Failing to Protec the Worker” – Conference paper for the meeting of the International Studies Association. New York, New York, 2009.

Victims of International Kindness: A Cross-Examination of the Physiological, Social, and Economic Impacts of Asbestos on Families in Brazil” – Conference paper for meeting of the International Studies Association. San Francisco, California, 2008

Asbestos and the World Trade Organization: a case study challenging the legitimacy of the WTO as a forum for the adjudication of public health and environmental issues – Master’s Dissertation, 2002

“Oh, Canada — we stand on guard for asbestos.” – Canadian Journal of Foreign Policy. February, 2009. 15:30-49.

Parting the Dust: Creating Social and Academic Linkages to Effect Environmental and Public Health Policies” – Conference paper for meeting of the International Studies Association. Chicago, Illinois, 2007

“Ban Asbestos Canada” – Conference paper for Global Asbestos Congress. Tokyo, Japan 2004.

“Global Burden of Disease: Huge Inequalities in the Health Status in Developing and Developed Countries” – Co-author with Dr. Walter Kipp. Healthcare Management Forum. Autumn 2003. 16(3): 27-29

Deadly Dust” – New Internationalist, 344. April 2002

“The Year of Ban Asbestos Canada” – Conference paper.

“The Canadian Asbestos Industry: A Short History” – Conference paper at Canadian Asbestos: A Global Concern, Ottawa 2003.

“Unions and the Ban on Asbestos: relevant experiences from Canada” – Conference paper at Union Meeting on Occupational Health of Civil Construction Workers of Latin American and the Caribbean “Professional Diseases and the Ban on Asbestos,” Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2006.

“Time to back asbestos ban” – Letter to the Editor, Toronto Star. August 15, 2008

“Presentation of the Ray Sentes Award to Barry Castleman” – Global Asbestos Congress. Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2000.