2021 Pashang, S., Khanlou, N. (2021). The Changing Face of Gender-Based Cyber Violence during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Unmasking Virtual Identities. Journal of Concurrent Disorders. https://cdspress.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Pashang_Khanlou_MS_NOV_2021_30_FINALDEC29.pdf
2021 Khanlou N, Vazquez LM, Pashang S, Connolly JA, Ahmad F, & Ssawe A. (2021). 2020 Syndemic: Convergence of COVID-19, gender-based violence, and racism pandemics. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40615-021-01146-w
2021 Pashang S. & Khanlou N. (2021 in print). The changing face of gender-based violence during the COVID-19 pandemic: Unmasking virtual identities. Aggression and Violent Behavior.
2020 Pashang, S. (2020). Editorial: Grief in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Exploring New Approaches from Diverse Perspectives, Journal of Concurrent Disorder, Vol. 2 No. 3, 2020 (2-6). https://cdspress.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Editorial_FINALX.pdf
2020 Pashang, S., & Zanganeh, M. (2020). Demystifying Discourses of Death, Burial and Grief in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Journal of Concurrent Disorder, Vol. 2 No. 3, 2020 (110-119). https://www.proquest.com/openview/2966c48d1862b5459e665d88bed6ca7c/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=5500743
2018 Pashang, S. (2019). Entrapped Bodies: Locating Illegalized Trafficked Youth in Canada. International Journal of Mental Health & Addictions. 17, 370–384, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11469-018-0027-1
2018 Pashang, S., Clarke, J., Khanlou, N., (2018). The mental Health Impact of Cyber Sexual Violence on Youth Identity, International Journal of Mental Health & Addictions. 17, 1119–1131. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11469-018-0032-4
2016 Biazar, B., and Pashang, S. (2017, 2, 20). Teachers of English as a Second Language – Canada, TESL Canada Journal, 2016 Special Issue on Refugees. https://teslcanadajournal.ca/index.php/tesl/issue/view/148
2008 Biazar, B., Osbourne, B., & Pashang, S. (2008). Women, Resistance and Learning. SCUTREA 67-69.
2008 Pashang, S. The Impact of Immigration Status on the Health and Well-Being of Children Living in Canada. Newsletter of Infant Mental Health Promotion (IMP). Volume 50, pp 5-7.
2023 Khanlou, N., Vazquez, LM., & Pashang, S. (2022). Addressing a Pervasive Public Health Issue Through an Upstream Multi-systems Approach (Chap 10). In Cultures of Silence: The Power of Untold Narratives, (Edited by Luisa Santos), Routledge, New York.
2018 Pashang, S., Biazar, B., Payne, D., and Kaya, Z. Teaching English as an Additional Language (EAL) to Refugees: Trauma and Resilience
2018 Pashang, S., Clarke, J., Khanlou, N., and Degendorfer, K. Redefining Cyber Sexual Violence Against Emerging Young Women: Toward Conceptual Clarity.
2018 Pashang, S., and Sharif, S., Wadir Sattari, M., & K.S. Dancing bodies, flying souls: The mental health impacts of pedophilia inflicted on Afghan boys in Afghanistan.
2018 Pashang, S., Khanlou, N., Clarke, J. Introduction: An Intersectionality Approach to Youth’s Mentla Health
2015 Pashang, S. Putting More “Social” on the Social Determinents of Helath: A Roadmap to an Inclusive Approach.
2015 Clarke, J., and Pashang, S. “That Thing”: HIV/AIDS Trauma, Stigma, and Displacement
2015 Pashang, S. The Politics of Death: Situating Immigrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers.
2011 Pashang, S., and Pashang, S. Myths and Realities: Intersections of Criminal Justice System with Immigration Status.
Invited Journal Guest Editor
2021 Pashang, S., & Gruner, S. Gender-Based Violence: Resilience and Resistance. The Journal of Concurrent Disorders, Rapid Publication Special Issue.
2020 Pashang, S. (2020). Grief in the Wake of COVID-19 Pandemic: Exploring New Approaches from Diverse Perspectives. The Journal of Concurrent Disorders, Rapid Publication Special Issue. https://concurrentdisorders.ca/2020/12/15/volume-two-issue-three/
2016 Biazar, B., and Pashang, S. (2017, 2, 20). Teachers of English as a Second Language – Canada Guest Co-Editor, TESL Canada Journal, 2016 Special Issue on Refugees. https://teslcanadajournal.ca/index.php/tesl/issue/view/148
Reports, Invited Publications in Newsletters, Industry Journals/Websites
2022 Pashang, S. Faculty Rock Star: Soheila Pashang, Ph.D. Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching Diversity in Classrooms, Humber Research & Innovation, https://www.humber.ca/research/faculty-rock-star-soheila-pashang-ph-d/
2020 Khanlou N, Ssawe A, Bohr Y, Connolly J, Epstein I, Mgwigwi T, Pashang S, Ahmad F, Alamdar N, & Zahraei S. (2020). COVID-19 pandemic guidelines for mental health support of racialized women at risk of gender-based violence. Overview: https://cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/52062.html Full report: https://covid19mentalhealthresearch.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Khanlou_COVID19-Pandemic-guidelines-for-mental-health-support-of-racialized-women-at-risk-of-GBV.Nov2020.pdf
2020 Khanlou N, Ssawe A, Zahraei S, Connolly JA, Pashang S, Bohr Y, & Vazquez LM. (2020). Information Sheet 16: Gender-based violence and the COVID-19 pandemic: Risk factors and systemic challenges. Toronto, ON: York University. https://nkhanlou.info.yorku.ca/files/2020/07/Info-Sheet-on-GBV-and-COVID19-pandemic-Khanlou-et-al.22July2020.pdf?x68747
2020 Khanlou N, Bohr Y, Alamdar N, Filler T, Ssawe A, Pashang S, & Vazquez LM. (2020). Information Sheet 15: Service Providers' Perspectives on Trauma-Informed Care for Refugee Youth with Gender-based Violence Experiences. Toronto, ON: York University. https://nkhanlou.info.yorku.ca/files/2020/12/Info-Sheet-15-GBV-Service-Providers.2020.pdf?x68747
2018 Pashang S, Clarke J, Khanlou N, & Azad B. (2018). The Mental Health Impact of Cyber Sexual Violence (Cyber-SV) Against Emerging Young Women (EYW). InfoGuide #1. Toronto, ON. Information Sheet - Cyber Project - 2018
2018 Pashang, S. (2018). Youth and Mental Health. International Network on Youth Integration (INYI), Vol 9 (1), 2018, pp.18. Office of Women’s Health Research Chair in Mental Health, http://nkhanlou.info.yorku.ca/files/2019/01/INYI-Journal-Vol-9.2018.pdf
2021-2023 Toward a nursing practice competency framework: Person-and-family-centred nursing care for persons with developmental disabilities. Soheila Pashang (Collaborator). Minor Research Grant led by Dr. Nazilla Khanlou (PI), Funded by Faculty of Health, York University
2020 COVID-19 pandemic guidelines for mental health support of racialized women at risk of gender-based violence. Khanlou N (PI*), Principal Knowledge User: Ssawe A, Co-Is: Bohr Y, Connolly J, Epstein I, Mgwigwi T, Pashang S, Collaborators: Ahmad F, Alamdar N, & Zahraei S. Funded by CIHR Operating Grant: Knowledge Synthesis: COVID-19 in Mental Health & Substance Use, https://cihr-irsc.gc.ca/e/52062.html
2017-2018 Cyber Sexual Violence Against Emerging Young Women (19-29)
Soheila Pashang (PI*). Co-Principle Investigator: Jennifer Clarke, Ryerson University; Co-Investigator: Dr. Nazilla Khanlou, York University & Behnaz Azad, University Settlement. Funded by Women College Hospital - Women’s Xchange.