Connie Kristiansen

Associate Professor

Degrees:Ph.D. (Exeter)
Phone:613-520-2600 x 2674
Office:A527 Loeb Building

Research Interests

Issues relevant to women, including the causes and consequences of violence against women and children, the long-term effects of childhood and adult abuse on senior women, sex trade work, women and HIV/HCV, and women in conflict with the law. Qualitative research methods.


“Working with women in conflict with the law: A trainer’s manual.” Toronto, ON: Ontario Ministry of Security and Public Safety, 2003. (with J. Heney).

“Qualitative research methods: A health focus, by P.L. Rice & D. Ezzy,” Chronic Diseases in Canada, 21, 2000.

“Northern rural women, HIV/AIDS and substance use: Overcoming barriers to support.” Toronto, ON: Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, 2002. (with M. MacAdam & L. Pelude).

“The sociopolitical context of the delayed memory debate,” in L.M. Williams & V.L. Banyard (eds.), Trauma and memory. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1999.

“An analysis of the impact of prison on women survivors of childhood abuse,” Women and Therapy, 20, 1997. (with J. Heney).

“Scientific and judicial illusions of objectivity in the recovered memory debate,” Feminism and Psychology, 7, 1997. (with S.J. Haslip & K.D. Kelly).