Cattapan Alana and Angela Cameron. “Ann Denis: On the Legacy of a Scholar-Activist.”  Canadian Review of Sociology 58 (2021): 136-139.

Cattapan, Alana, Tammy Findlay, Alexandra Dobrowolsky, and April Mandrona. “Power, Privilege, and Policymaking: Reflections on ‘Changing Public Engagement from the Ground Up.” In Creating Spaces of Engagement. Sarah Wiebe and Leah Levac, eds. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2020. pp. 226-252.

Cattapan, Alana, Julianne Acker-Verney, Alexandra Dobrowolsky, Tammy Findlay, and April Mandrona. “Public Engagement in a Time of Confinement.” Canadian Public Policy 46.S3 (2020): S287-S299.

Moore, Samantha and Alana Cattapan. “Women’s Reproductive Health and Failure Speak.” Canadian Medical Association Journal. 192.12 (March 2020): E325-6.

Bisaillon, Laura, Alana Cattapan, Lorena Anton, Annelieke Driessen, et. al. “Doing Academia Differently: I Needed Self-Help Less Than I Needed a Fair Society.” Feminist Studies 46.1 (2020): 130-157.

Cattapan, Alana. “Medical Necessity and the Politics of In Vitro Fertilization in Ontario.” Canadian Journal of Political Science 53.1 (2020): 61-77.

Cattapan, Alana. “Reflections on the Commercialization of Surrogacy.” Health Law in Canada Journal 39.4 (June 2019): 86-93.

Cattapan, Alana, Katharine Browne, Donna M. Halperin, Antonia Di Castri, et. al. “Motivation for Participating in Phase I Vaccine Trials: Comparison of an Influenza and Ebola Randomized Controlled Trial.” Vaccine 37.2 (2019): 289-295.

Baylis, Françoise and Alana Cattapan. “Personalized Medicine and the Politics of Human Genome Transfer.” In Personalised Medicine, Individual Choice, and the Common Good. Donna Dickenson,  Britta van Beers, and Sigrid Sterckx, eds. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge UP, 2018. pp. 17-36.

Baylis, Françoise, Alana Cattapan, and Dave Snow. “Editorial Misconduct: What Are Scholars to Do?” Public Affairs Quarterly 31.2 (2017): 143-150. (.pdf download)

Cattapan, Alana and Dave Snow. “Everything and Nothing: Regulating Embryo Research in Canada.” New Genetics and Society 36.1 (2017): 43-65.

Cattapan, Alana. “Precarious Labour: On Egg Donation as Work.” Studies in Political Economy 97.3 (2016): 234-252.

Cattapan, Alana and Quinn DuPont. “Moving Forward, Looking Back: Taking Canadian Feminist Histories Online.” Atlantis: Critical Studies in Gender, Culture, and Social Justice 37.2 (2016): 225-237.

Cattapan, Alana. “Good Eggs? Evaluating Consent Forms for Egg Donation.” Journal of Medical Ethics 42.7 (2016): 455-459.

Cattapan, Alana and Ashley Doyle. “Patient Decision Making on the Disposition of Surplus Cryopreserved Embryos in Canada.” Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada 38.1 (2016): 60-66.

Cattapan, Alana and Françoise Baylis. “Frozen in Perpetuity? ‘Abandoned Embryos’ in Canada.” Reproductive Biomedicine and Society Online 1.2 (2015):104-112.

Cattapan, Alana and Dave Snow. “Of Research and Reproduction: Defining Embryo Research in Canada.” Monash Bioethics Review 33.4 (2015): 379-395.

Snow, Dave, Alana Cattapan, and Françoise Baylis. “Contesting Estimates of Cryopreserved Embryos in the United StatesNature Biotechnology 33.9 (2015): 909.

Petropanagos Angel, Alana Cattapan, Françoise Baylis, and Art Leader. “Implications of Egg Freezing for Physicians.” Canadian Medical Association Journal, 187.9 (2015): 666-669.

Cattapan, Alana, Roxanne Mykitiuk and Mark Pioro. “Notions of Harm in Canadian Law: Addressing Exposures to Household Chemicals as Reproductive Torts.” Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law, 1.1 (2015): 79-136.

Cattapan, Alana. “Risky Business: Surrogacy, Egg Donation, and the Politics of Exploitation.” Canadian Journal of Law and Society, 29.3 (2014): 361-379.

Cattapan, Alana, Katie Hammond, Jennie Haw, and Lesley Tarasoff. “Breaking the Ice: Young Feminist Scholars of Reproductive Politics Reflect on Egg Freezing.” International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, 7.2 (2014): 236-247.

Cattapan, Alana. “On Reproductive Citizenship: Thinking About Social Rights and Assisted  Reproduction in Canada.” In Fertile Ground: Exploring Reproduction in Canada.  Stephanie Paterson, Francesca Scala, and Marlene Sokolon, eds. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s UP,  2014. pp. 152-177.

Cattapan, Alana. “Rhetoric and Reality: ‘Protecting’ Women in Canadian Public Policy on Assisted Human Reproduction.” Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, 25.1 (2013): 202-220.

Cattapan, Alana and Sara Cohen. “The Devil We Know: The Implications of Bill C-38 for Assisted Human Reproduction in Canada.” Commentary. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada 35.7 (July 2013): 654-656.

Cattapan, Alana. “(Re)Writing ‘Feminism in Canada’: Wikipedia in the Feminist Classroom.Feminist Teacher 22.2 (2012): 125-136.


Coburn, Elaine, and Alana Cattapan, eds. Guest edited the Committing Sociology section of the Canadian Review of Sociology (Remembering Ann Denis: Feminist Sociologist”) March 2021.

Gruben, Vanessa, Alana Cattapan, and Angela Cameron, eds. Surrogacy in Canada: Critical Perspectives in Policy and Law. Toronto, ON: Irwin Law, 2018.

Cattapan, Alana, Andrea Doucet, Robyn Lee, and Lindsey McKay. Studies in Social Justice. (Guest editors of a special issue on “Consuming Intimacies: Bodies, Labour, Care, and Social Justice”) 10.2 (2016).

Cattapan, Alana and Dave Snow. Monash Bioethics Review (Guest editors of a special issue on “Biobanking Reproductive Tissues for Research”) 33.4 (2015).


Cattapan Alana, Samantha Moore, and Karen Lawford. Reproductive Justice and Indigenous Women in Saskatchewan: Overview and Recommendations. JSGSPP Policy Brief. 1 March 2021

Moore, Samantha and Alana Cattapan. A Safe Place to Have My Baby”: A Narrative Evaluation of Sanctum 1.5 in its First Year. May 2020.

Cattapan, Alana. Submission to Health Canada on Prepublication of Proposed Regulations to the Assisted Human Reproduction Act. 29 November 2016.  

Cattapan, Alana. Submission on Canadian Standards Association, Comments on Proposed Amendment (Annex A) to CAN/CSA Z900.2.1-12. 15 September 2015.

Cattapan, Alana and Angel Petropanagos. Submission on Maximizing Safety and Inclusive Language. (Submission to the CFAS Clinical Practice Guideline Committee on Draft Guideline on Third Party Reproduction). 11 August 2015.

Cattapan, Alana, Samantha Copeland, and Dave Snow. Meeting Report: Biobanking Eggs and Embryos for Research. The Gazette (of the Society for the Social History of Medicine). 68 (2015): 6-7.

McLeod, Carolyn, Françoise Baylis, Jocelyn Downie, Emma Ryman, and Alana Cattapan. Submission on Professional Obligations and Human Rights (Feedback on revisions to policy 5-08). 20 February 2015.

Cattapan, Alana and Angel Petropanagos. Submission on Maximizing Safety and Inclusive Language. (Submission to CFAS Clinical Practice Guideline Committee on Draft Guideline on Third Party Reproduction). 11 August 2014.

McLeod, Carolyn, Françoise Baylis, Jocelyn Downie, Alana Cattapan, and Georgia Lloyd-Smith. Submission on Conscientious Objection (Submission to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario on proposed changes to policies 4-07 and 5-08). 1 August 2014.

Cattapan, Alana. Submission on Research Involving Women. (Submission to the Panel on Research Ethics on proposed changes to the Tri-Council Policy Statement). 15 January 2014.


Dickenson, Donna, and Alana Cattapan. “On Bioethics and the Commodified Body: An Interview with Donna Dickenson.” Studies in Social Justice 10.2 (2016): 342-351.

Cattapan, Alana. “What Does it Mean to Eat? A Review of Rodrigo Prieto’s Likeness.” Journal of Ethics in Mental Health, (Open Volume).