Pctures for Blog Post
Paul Davis and Charlene Weaving (eds) (2010) Philosophical Perspectives on Sport in Gender and Physical Activity. Routledge
Refereed Chapters in Books
Weaving, C. (2015). “Chicks Fighting in a
Cage: A philosophical
critique of gender constructions in the Ultimate Fighting Championship” In Global Perspectives on Women in Combat
Sports: Women Warriors around the World.
Alexander Shannon and Christopher Matthews (Eds.) Palgrave Macmillan (in press).
Weaving, C. (2014)
“Careers” in The Bloomsbury Companion to the Philosophy of Sport. Cesar
Torres (Ed.) London UK:
Bloomsbury Publishers, pp. 408-426 (Note: invited to contribute). ISBN
Weaving, C. (2013) “Smoke and Mirrors: A
Critique of Women Olympian’s Nude Reflections.” In Olympic Ethics and Philosophy. Mike McNamee and Jim Parry (Eds).
Taylor and Francis, pp. 130-148. ISBN 978-0-415-63511-0.
Weaving, C. (2012) “Buns of Gold, Silver, and Bronze: A critical analysis of the state of Olympic women’s beach
volleyball” in Olympics and
Philosophy. Mike Austin and Heather Reid (Eds). University Press of
Kentucky, pp. 370-392.
C. (2010) “Unraveling
the ideological concept of the female athlete: a connection between sex and
sport” in Philosophical Perspectives on
Gender and Sport. Davis and Weaving (Eds.). London UK: Routledge, pp.
Weaving, C. (2009) “The Ethical Dilemmas of
Hyper-Sexualized Physical Activity for Children: The Case of Contemporary
Dance”, in Children, Sport, Physical
Activity, and Philosophy. Cesar Torres (Ed.) Translated into Spanish, “Los
dilemas éticos de la actividad física infantil hipersexualizada: el caso del baile contemporáneo”
deporte y a actividad fiscal: perspectivas filosoficas. pp.101-118.
Refereed Journal Articles
and Teetzel, S. (2014). "Getting
Jacked and Burning Fat: Examining doping and gender stereotypes in Canadian
university sport.” Journal of Intercollegiate
Sailors, P., Teetzel, S and Weaving, C.*(2014), "Lentius, Inferius, Debilius: The Ethics
of ‘Not Trying’ on the Olympic Stage" Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media,
*authors listed in alphabetical order
Teetzel, S. and Weaving, C.* (2014) “From Silence to Surveillance: Examining the
Aftermath of a Canadian University Doping Scandal.” Surveillance &
Society 11(4): 481- 493. http://www.surveillance-and-society.org | ISSN:
Sailors ,P., Teetzel, S and Weaving, C.* (2014)“Bad Girls
Can’t Win” Atrium:
of the Midwestern Medical Humanities and Bioethics Program.
Special Issue on
Bad Girls.’ Guest Editor Alice Dreger.
Issue 12: 14-18.
*authors listed in
C (2014) “It is okay to play
as long as you wear lingerie (or skimpy bikinis): a moral evaluation of the
Lingerie Football League and its rebranding.” Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics, 17(6):
C. (2013) “Cage Fighting like a Girl: Exploring gender constructions in
the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC)” Journal
of Philosophy of Sport. Special Edition: ‘Gender and Philosophy.’ 41(1), 129-142.
Edwards, L. and Jones, C. & Weaving, C*. (2013) “Celebration on Ice: double standards
following the Canadian women’s gold medal victory at the 2010 winter Olympics.”
Sport in Society. 16 (5): 682-698. DOI:10.1080/17430437.2012.753524.
*authors listed in alphabetical order
Sailors, P., Teetzel, S. & Weaving, C*. (2012) “No Net Gain: A
critique of media representation of women’s Olympic beach volleyball. Feminist Media Studies, 12(3): 1-5.
DOI: 10.1080/14680777.2012.698093. *authors listed in alphabetical order
Weaving, C. and S.
Roberts (2012) “Checking In: Analysis of the (lack of) body checking in women’s
ice hockey.” Research Quarterly for
Exercise and Sport. 83(3): 470-478.
(2012) “Smoke and Mirrors: A feminist
critique of women Olympians’ nude reflections.” Sport Ethics and Philosophy, Special Issue: Olympic Ethics and Philosophy. Mike McNamee and Jim Parry (Eds.)
Gallant, M. C., Vossen, D. P., & Weaving, C.* (2011) “In the Zone:
Physical Literacy and the Quest for Certified Coaches.” Physical
and Health Education Journal. 77(2) ISSN 1498-0940. pp. 16-21.*authors
listed in alphabetical order
Commentaries in Journals
Sailors, P., Teetzel, S and Weaving, C.* (2013) "Prescription
for ‘Sports Medicine and Ethics.’” The American Journal of Bioethics. 13(10):
Sailors, P., Teetzel, S. & Weaving, C*. (2012). “The
Complexities of Sport, Gender and Drug Testing.” The American
Journal of Bioethics. 12(7):23-25.
DOI:10.1080/15265161.2012.680541 *authors listed in alphabetical order
FUNDED REFEREED RESEARCH
2015 SSHRC Insight Grant and Sport
“Transitioning to inclusive sport: understanding barriers to transgender
Canadians' participation in recreational and high-performance sport” Role:
Collaborator. Status: FUNDED.
Spring 2011: Weaving, C. (Award Holder). SSHRC Aid to Research Workshops and Conferences. “Sport and the
Environment: Philosophical Dimensions.” 18,030$ CDN.
Winter 2008-2011: Weaving, C. (Principle Investigator) “A Sociocultural Analysis of Doping
and Gender.” World Anti-Doping Agency
(WADA), Social Science Research Grant Program 2008. Collaborators: Dr.
Sarah Teetzel (University of Winnipeg) and Dr. Gertrud
34.410$ USD/3Year project.
2007-2012: Weaving, C. (International Partner). “Doping in
Sport—an Issue of Gender and Society”. Principal Investigator: Dr. Gertrud
Funded by the Danish Agency for Science,
Technology, and Innovation. 5.411 Million Danish Crowns. (~1 Million USD).
Winter 2007: St. Francis Xavier
University Service Learning Faculty Development and
Research Support Grant. “Making the Historical Process Local and Relative.”
Weaving, C. (lead), Paul Davis, Lisa Edwards, Pam
R. Sailors, Angela Schneider & Sarah Teetzel. (2013). Critique of the
Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport’s Sport in Transition Report. Submitted
to the International Council of Sport
Science and Physical Education (ICSSPE), 6 pages.
Weaving, C. (PI) and Sarah Teetzel (2012). A
Sociocultural Analysis of Gender and Doping. Grant Findings submitted to World
Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). 86 pages.