Stephen Healy, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Geography
Department of Physical and Earth Sciences
Scholarship in Women’s Studies – Selected journal publications/ book chapters/ books etc.
2008, Healy, S., "Caring for Ethics and the Politics of Health Care Reform," Gender, Place and Culture, 15(3): 267-284.
2008, Healy, S. "Building Communnity Economics Any Time Any Place." In J. Allard, C. Davidson, and J. Matthaei, (eds.) Solidarity Economy: Building Economic Alternatives (Chicago: Changemaker Publications).
2008, Healy, S. and J. Graham, "Building Community Economies: A Postcapitalist Project of Sustainable Development." In D. Ruccio and S. Cullenberg (eds.) Economic Representations: Academic and Everday (New York" Routledge).
Schoolarship in Women's Studies -- Selected conference presentations
"Ethics in Search of a Market: Worker Cooperatives, Subjectivation and Market Creation" Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV March 2009.
"Denaturalizing the Economy: Resubjectivation in the Classroom and Community." Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Boston, MA April 2008.
"On the Economy of Non-All and the Politics of Health Care Reform." Marxist Literary Group Conference, Chicago, IL. 2007.
"Reading and Listening for Law: Sexuation, Discourse Analysis and Qualitative Research." Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA April 2007.
"Health Care Reform and the Ethics of Non-All." Rethinking Marxism's 6th International Gala Conference, "Rethinking Marxism 2006," University of Massachusetts Amherst, October 2006.
"Caring for Ethics and the Politics of Health Care Reform." Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago IL, March 2006.
"Between Affect and Ethics: Informal Caregivers and the Implications for Health Care Reform." Critical Geographies Conference, Miami University, Oxford, OH, October 2005.
Selected talks on campus, in the consortium, local community, related to Women's Studies
"Green Jobs/Green Recovery and the Community Economy" Solidarity Economy Network Conference, University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA, March 2009.
"Reframing Economy: Towards a New Sustainable Politics fo Enjoyment." Occasional Faculty Lecture Series, Physical and Earth Sciences Department, Worcester State College, Worcester MA, December 2008.