Haley, TL. (under contract). Transinstitutionalization: The Case of High-Support Housing. UBC Press, Disability Culture and Politics Series
Dolmage, J., Haley, TL., Baltrusaitis, J., & Silk, W. eds. (under contract). Authors for Justice (Vols 1 & 2). Wilfrid Laurier Press.
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Haley, TL. (under review). Mad/Madness. Mad/Madness. Palgrave Encyclopedia of Critical Perspectives in Mental Health. Edited by Brenda François and Rachel Gorman.
Haley, TL. & Jones, CT. (2020). Introduction: Shapes and Sites of Transinstitutionalization. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies. OPEN ACCESS. Available at: https://cjds.uwaterloo.ca/index.php/cjds/article/view/643/895
Haley, TL.( 2019) Mad (Re) Production: Redefining ‘Mental Illness’ for the Neoliberal age in Ontario in M. Thomas, L. Vosko, C. Fanelli & O. Lyubchenk (Eds.), Change and Continuity: Rethinking the New Canadian Economy. McGill-Queen’s University Press. Available at: https://www.mqup.ca/change-and-continuity-products-9780773557413.php
Haley, TL. (2019). The (Un) Writing of Risk on the Mad Pregnant Body: A Feminist Political Economy Analysis of Social Reproduction and Epistemic Violence under Neoliberalism in A. Daley, L. Costa & P. Beresford (Eds.), Madness, violence and power: A Critical Collection. University of Toronto Press. Available at: https://utorontopress.com/ca/madness-violence-and-power-4
Haley, TL. (2018). Resident Work in High-Support Housing: A Feminist Political Economy Analysis. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, 7 (2), 33-59. OPEN ACCESS Available at: http://cjds.uwaterloo.ca/index.php/cjds/article/view/422
Haley, TL. (2017). Intimate Constraints: A Feminist Political Economy Analysis of Biological Reproduction and Parenting in High-Support Housing in Ontario. Palgrave Communications: Special Issue on Geographies of Emotional Labour and Care, 3 (50), 1-12. OPEN ACCESS Available at: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41599-017-0053-9
Journals Guest Edited
Haley, TL & Jones, CT. (2020).Canadian Journal of Disability Studies. Guest Editors of a Special Issue on “Shapes and Sites of Transinstitutionalization”. OPEN ACCESS Available at: https://cjds.uwaterloo.ca/index.php/cjds/article/view/643
Haley, TL. (2016). Review of Disability, Rights Monitoring, and Social Change: Building Power Out of Evidence. Canadian Review of Social Policy, Vol 76, 123-126.
Non-refereed articles and Media Contributions
Haley, TL. (2020). Podcast Episode. Disability Saves the World w/ Dr. Fady Shanouda. Available at:
Haley, TL. (2018). Re-thinking Student Distress on University Campuses. RADS Roads, vol. 19.
Haley, TL. (2017). To The Bone: A Review. (2017). Vision Passion Action. Available at: https://radssite.wordpress.com/2017/10/23/mad-review-of-to-the-bone/
Haley, TL. (2012). Women’s Political Participation: Initiating Discussion of Potential Barriers in Canada. Women, Suffrage and Beyond: Confronting the Democratic Deficit. Veronica Strong-Boag (ed.). Available at: http://womensuffrage.org/?author=67
Non-Profit Research and Reports
Haley, TL., Pin, L., Mussell, J., & Froese, R. (2019). A Picture of Poverty in Dufferin County, ON: A Final Report for Poverty Reduction Grants. Report prepared for the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
Haley, TL. (2016). One More Year: An assessment of the impacts of an additional year of housing benefit for residents within SHIP’s Peel Youth Village. Published by the Homelessness Hub at York University (Lead Researcher and Sole Author).
Mussell, J., and Haley, TL. (2016). Results Report: 20,000 Homes Dufferin County. Prepared for Dufferin County. (second author).
Mussell, J., and Haley, TL. (2016). Results Report: 20,000 Homes Peel Region. Prepared for the Regional Municipality of Peel (second author).