Stam, V. (2019) “It’s not possible to be Dutch, and Muslim and Black:” Second-generation youths’ everyday practices of resisting racism and Islamophobia in the Netherlands. Doctoral dissertation, Carleton University. CURVE.
Apale, A. & Stam, V. (eds) (2011) Generation NGO, Between the Lines, Toronto.
Stam, V. (2021). Working through and with whiteness in fieldwork practice: activating an ethic of solidarity in race research in the Netherlands. Whiteness and Education, 6(2), 182-199.
Stam, V. (2020). The Possibilities and Limits of Participatory Theatre: Exploring Belonging and Resistance with Second Generation Black and Muslim Dutch Youth in the Netherlands. Migration Letters, 17(2), 289-297.
Davarajah, J. & Stam, V. (2011) “Where’s the Magic? Women and Political Change – Insight into CAWI’s Civic Participation Campaign” in Our Schools/Our Selves Vol. 20 No. 3 (#103) Spring: 157-170.
Stam, V. (2009) Women’s Agency and Collective Action: Peace Politics in the Casamance in the Canadian Journal of African Studies Vol. 43 No. 2: 337-366.
Stam, V. (May 2018) Theatre School of Resistance. Rotterdam, the Netherlands. In the Theatre School of Resistance, a participatory theatre-research project with second-generation Black and Muslim youth in the Netherlands, we spent 14 weeks covering topics of belonging, citizenship, racism, Islamophobia and resistance. This video is a synopsis of our final show, performed in the spirit of Forum Theatre. The audience was invited to “rehearse resistance” with the cast by giving suggestions for what could be done differently to improve the outcome of the scene.
Kennelly, J., Stam, V. & Schick, L. (July 2015) Encountering Democracy – A Three Part Documentary 1) Transitioning Out of Homelessness, 2) Criminalization of Marijuana, and 3) Youth and Policing. Ottawa, Canada.
Stam V. (Teaching Assistant) (April 2016) Community Engaged Sociology Course SOCI4850 Making Votes Count: Student Interviews. Carleton University. Ottawa, Canada. Students in this class engaged other university students in the 2016 Canadian Federal Election. This video features two university students discussing critical issues impacting youth voter turn out and the importance of youth engagement in politics.
Stam, V. (May 2018). Theatre School of Resistance Manual for Educators (updated May 2019)
Stam, V.; Schick, L.; Moorhouse, R.; and Kennelly, J. (2016). Encountering Democracy Resource Guide.
Community Development Framework (CDF) (2016). Creating the Change We Want: A Guide for Building Neighbourhood Capacity. (3rd ed.) Ottawa.
City for All Women Initiative (CAWI) (2012). Community Facilitation Guide: Weaving Threads of Inclusion. Ottawa.
Kennelly, J., Schick, L., & Stam, V. (2018) ‘Breaking with inside experience’: theoretical and methodological dilemmas in research with young people. In Albanese, P., Chen, X., & Raby, R. (eds.) The Sociology of Childhood and Youth Studies in Canada: Categories, Inequalities, Engagements. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.
Kennelly, J., Stam, V. & Schick, L. (2017). ‘Breaking with inside experience’: dilemmas in negotiating practical knowledge and scholarly knowledge in research with young people. (pp. 7-10) In Albanese, P., Tepperman, L. & Alexander, E. (eds.) Reading Sociology: Canadian Perspectives 3rd Edition. Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press.