Radical Psychology

Guest Editor of the Special Issue on Gender and Bodily Difference

Carla Rice

is Associate Professor in Women’s Studies at Trent University where she lectures in culture, health, and psychology. A leader in the field of body image within Canada, she is a founding member and former director of innovative initiatives such as the National Eating Disorder Information Centre and the Body Image Project at Women’s College Hospital in Toronto. Her research explores representations and life history narratives of body and identity.

Cover Artist

Tanya Workman

is a multimedia producer, visual journalist, writer and editor based in Toronto. The cover photo was part of Envisioning New Meanings of Disability and Difference, a project that showcases photographs and digital stories created by women living with disabilities and physical differences.


Brenda LeFrançois

is a critical psychologist and faculty member in the social work department at Laurentian University.

Editorial Board

Shlomit Schuster

is a philosopher and an independent scholar and lecturer.

Michael McCubbin

is a researcher at Laval University, Quebec. He serves as Book Review Editor and is a member of the editorial board. He is also Associate Editor of Ethical Human Sciences and Services, and is on the Editorial Board of the Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health.

Moshe Landsman

is a lecturer at Kaye teachers college in Beer-Sheva Israel and Director of psycholological services in Arara al-Nakeb, a Bedouin town in Sourthern Israel.  He was international director of the Psychology Department Project at the University of Prishtina, Kosova, from 2001 to 2006 and a clinical consultant to the WHO Roma-Askali-Egyptian psychosocial project in Mitrovica, Kosova. He reports that he is addicted to his bicycle but not for sport.

Rhonda Love

is a psychologist and a professor is the Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Toronto.

Tod Sloan

is Chair of Counseling Psychology at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. He is the author of Life Choices (Westview, 1996) and Damaged Life (Routledge, 1996). He edited the collection Critical Psychology: Voices for Change (Macmillan, 2000). His primary interests are in psychoanalysis and critical social theory.

Eleni Hatzidimitriadoui

is a lecturer in Community Care at the Tizard Center, UKC.

Louis N. Sandowsky

is presently based in London, England where he works as a freelance writer and editor in association with Haifa University and Middlesex University.  He was a Teaching and Research Fellow for the Department of Philosophy at Haifa University from 1999-2003.

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