Publications and Presentations

Panel, “Spirituality and the Environment.” Project Ploughshares Calgary, 2015.

Braun, T. (2014). Womyn-only space in the Dianic tradition: Lessons from PantheaCon. Athabasca, AB: Athabasca University.

Braun, T. (2014).Orientation and New Student Programs Student Survey, Fall 2013 – New Student Orientation Benchmarking Project. Calgary, AB: Centre for Community-Engaged Learning.

Panel, “Sharing Economy.” Calgary Now (Shaw TV), 2014.

Braun, T. (2013). An evaluation of the Civic Engagement Living-Learning Community (CELLC) and the Kananaskis Leadership Living-Learning Community (KANlead). Calgary, AB: Centre for Community-Engaged Learning.

Presentation, “Feminist Spirituality.” Calgary Pagan Pride Day, 2013.

Braun, T. (2013). An evaluation of the Civic Engagement Living-Learning Community (CELLC). Calgary, AB: Centre for Community-Engaged Learning.

Panel, “Car Share.” Calgary Now (Shaw TV), 2012.

Panel, “Senior Care – Who Cares?” Public Interest Alberta, 2012.

Braun, T. Rose: Love in Violent Times (Book Review). (2012). SageWoman #82.

Tutty, L., Braun, T., & Ogden, C. (2007). An evaluation of the More Than 4% Program. Building Capacity to Respond to Bullying and Harassment – Evaluation of Phases One and Two. Calgary: RESOLVE Alberta.

Tutty, L., Braun, T., Costello, J., & Wyllie, K. (2007). An evaluation of the Safety Under the Rainbow Initiative. Calgary: RESOLVE Alberta.

Wyllie, K., Tutty, L., Braun, T., & Jesso, D. (2006). The Action Group on Elder Abuse Initiative: Building capacity to respond to the abuse of older adults – an evaluation of phase 1. Calgary: RESOLVE Alberta.

Panel, “What Can You Do with a Women’s Studies Degree?” University of Calgary, 2006.

Panel, “Violence Against Women.” Mount Royal College, 2005, 2004.

Presentation, December 6 Memorial. University of Calgary, 2005; Mount Royal College, 2004.

Braun, T., & Black, J. (2003). It shouldn’t take an inquest: A review of the literature examining links between domestic violence and homelessness. Calgary: Violence Information & Education Centre.

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