Albert, Katelin. “Beyond the Responsibility Binary: Analysing Maternal Responsibility in the HPV Vaccination Decision.” Sociology of Health and Illness (forthcoming).

Albert, Katelin. 2015. “Towards a New Normal: Emergent Elites and Feminist Scholarship.” The American Sociologist, 46: 29–39.

Albert, Katelin. 2014. “Erasing the Social From Social Science: The Intellectual Costs of Boundary-Work and the Canadian Institute of Health Research.” Canadian Journal of Sociology,39(3): 393-420.  


Albert, Katelin, Steven Hoffman, and Sherri Klassen. “Rearranged Science: Knowledge Politics and Canadian Health Research.”

Albert, Katelin. “‘All I do is present what is given to us as the facts”: Progressive Sex-Education and the Reproduction of Inequality in Public School Classrooms.

Albert, Katelin.“The decision was made for me and I was okay with that”: The HPV Vaccine and Patterns of Adolescent Girls’ Selves.

Albert, Katelin, Jonah Stuart Brundage, Paige Sweet and Frederic Vandenberghe“Radicalizing Epistemology in Critical Realism.”


Albert, Katelin. 2012. “Documenting our Future History: Contemporarily Making Social Science.” Timelines, 20, ASA History of Sociology Section’s newsletter.

Albert, Katelin. 2012. “On Bringing Theory to Life: Theorizing and the History of Sociology.” Interview with Dr. Richard Swedberg (Cornell University), Timelines, 19, ASA History of Sociology Section’s newsletter.

Albert, Katelin. 2012. “On Privilegeand Exception.” Interview with Dr. Shamus Khan (Columbia University), Timelines, 19, ASA History of Sociology Section’s newsletter.

Derksen, Linda, Katelin Bowes (Albert), Jerry Hinbest, and Pamela Shaw. 2009. “Gabriola Transportation Alternatives Survey: Final Report.” Survey undertaken for the Gabriola Ferry Advisory Committee.

(Albert), Katelin. 2008. “Discussions with school based Speech-Language Pathologists: Final Report.” Submit to the British Columbia Government.

Bowes (Albert), Katelin, Jill Fikowski, Melanie O’Neill. 2007. “Critical Incident Stress Debriefing: Concepts and Controversy.” Visions 3 (3), 6.