Shaw, Karena, Indigeneity and Political Theory: Sovereignty and the Limits of the Political (London: Routledge Press, 2008).
Magnusson, Warren and Karena Shaw, ed. A Political Space: Reading the Global through Clayoquot Sound (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press; Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press in Canada, 2003).
Refereed Articles & Book Chapters
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Bishop, Emily Paige and Karena Shaw, “A primacy of place: Community response to the Pacific Northwest LNG terminal in British Columbia, Canada” in H. S. Boudet and S. Hazboun, eds., Public Responses to Fossil Fuel Export: Exporting Energy and Emissions in a Time of Transition, Elsevier (2022): pp. 177-194.
Atleo, Clifford Gordon, Tyla Crowe, Tamara Krawchenko and Karena Shaw, “Indigenous ambivalence? It’s not about the pipeline: Indigenous responses to fossil fuel export projects in Western Canada” in H. S. Boudet and S. Hazboun, eds., Public Responses to Fossil Fuel Export: Exporting Energy and Emissions in a Time of Transition, Elsevier (2022): pp. 157-176.
Shaw, Karena, “Flashpoints of Possibility: What Resistance Reveals About Pathways Towards Energy Transition” in Regime of Obstruction: How Corporate Power Blocks Energy Democracy, edited by W. Carroll. (Athabasca University Press, 2021). https://doi.org/10.15215/aupress/9781771992893.01
Donald, James, Jonn Axsen, Karena Shaw and Bryson Robertson, “Sun, wind or water? Public support for large-scale renewable energy development in Canada,” The Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning (2021) https://doi.org/10.1080/1523908X.2021.2000375
Rhodes, E., Krawchenko, T., Pearce, K., & Shaw, K. Scaling up local climate action: A survey of climate policy priorities in the Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities region. Canadian Planning and Policy / Aménagement Et Politique Au Canada, 2021(01), 36-69. https://doi.org/10.24908/cpp-apc.v2021i01.14469.
O’Manique, Claire, James Rowe and Karena Shaw, “Degrowth, Political Acceptability and the Green New Deal,” Journal of Human Rights and the Environment, Vol? (April, 2021): 1-23. https://doi.org/10.4337/jhre.2021.0001
Moore, Michele-Lee, Karena Shaw and Heather Castleden, “’We Need More Data!’ The Politics of Scientific Information for Water Governance in the Context of Hydraulic Fracturing” in Water Alternatives 11 (2018): 142-162. https://www.water-alternatives.org/index.php/alldoc/articles/vol11/v11issue1/425-a11-1-8
Moore, M.L., K. Shaw, H. Castleden and J. Reid, “Patchy Resources for the Governance of Canada’s Resource Patches: How Hydraulic Fracturing is Highlighting the Need to Improve Water Governance in Canada” in S. Renzetti and D. P. Dupont, eds. (Switzerland, Springer International Publishing, 2017): 377-394.
Garvie, Kathryn H. and Karena Shaw, “Shale gas development and community response: perspectives from Treaty 8 territory, British Columbia” in Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability, Vol. 21: 8(2015): 1-20. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13549839.2015.1063043
Shaw, Karena, Stephen D. Hill, Amanda D. Boyd, Lindsay Monk, Joanna Reid, and Edna F. Einsiedel, “Conflicted or Constructive? Exploring Community Responses to New Energy Developments in Canada” Energy Research and Social Science 8 (2015): 41-51. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2015.04.003
Garvie, Kathryn H., Lana Lowe and Karena Shaw, “Shale Gas Development in Fort Nelson First Nation Territory: Potential Regional Impacts of the LNG Boom,” BC Studies: Vol. 184 (Winter 2014/15): 45-72.
Garvie, Kathryn H. and Karena Shaw, “Oil and Gas Consultation and shale gas development in British Columbia” BC Studies: Vol. 184 (Winter 2014/15): 73-102.
Stephenson, Eleanor and Karena Shaw, “A Dilemma of Abundance: Governance Challenges of Reconciling Shale Gas Development and Climate Change Mitigation” Sustainability 5, 5 (2013): 2210-2232. DOI:10.3390/su5052210.
Stephenson, Eleanor, Alexander Doukas, and Karena Shaw, “Greenwashing Gas: Might a ‘bridging fuel’ label legitimize carbon-intensive gas development?” Energy Policy, 46 (July 2012): 452-459. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2012.04.010.
Optis, Michael, Karena Shaw, Peter Stephenson and Peter Wild, “Mold Growth in On-Reserve Homes in Canada: The Need for Research, Education, Policy, and Funding” Journal of Environmental Health, 74, 6 (January/February 2012): 14-21.
MacTavish, T.; Marceau, M.; Optis, M.; Shaw, K.; Stephenson, P.; Wild, P. “A Participatory Process for the Design of Housing for a First Nations Community” Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 27, 2 (2012): 207-224. DOI 10.1007/s10901-011-9253-6.
Low, Margaret and Karena Shaw, “Indigenous Rights and Environmental Governance: Lessons from the Great Bear Rainforest” BC Studies, 172 (Winter 2011/12): 9-33.
Carroll, Myles, Eleanor Stephenson and Karena Shaw “BC Political Economy and the Challenge of Shale Gas: Negotiating a Post-Staples Trajectory” Canadian Political Science Review, 5, 2 (2011): 165-176. http://ojs.unbc.ca/index.php/cpsr/article/view/324
Shaw, Karena “Climate Deadlocks: The Environmental Politics of Energy Systems” Environmental Politics 20,5 (2011): 743-763.
Volpe, John and Karena Shaw, “Fish Farms and Neoliberalism: Salmon Aquaculture in British Columbia” in Environmental Challenges and Opportunities: Local-Global Perspectives on Canadian Issues, Christopher Gore and Peter Stoett, eds., (Toronto: Emond Montgomery Publications, 2008): 131-158.
Shaw, Karena and R.B.J. Walker, “Situating Academic Practice: Pedagogy, Critique and Responsibility” Millennium: Journal of International Studies Special Section on “Activism, Academia and Education” 35,1 (2006): 155-165.
Shaw, Karena, “Knowledge, Foundations, Politics” International Studies Review, 6 (2004): 7-20.
Shaw, Karena, “The Global/Local Politics of the Great Bear Rainforest” Environmental Politics, 13,2 (2004): 373-392.
Shaw, Karena, “Creating/Negotiating Interstices: Indigenous Sovereignties,” in Sovereign Lives: Power in Global Politics, Jenny Edkins, Veronique Pin-Fat, and Michael J. Shapiro, eds. (London: Routledge Press, 2004): 165-187.
Shaw, Karena, “Whose Knowledge for What Politics?” Review of International Studies, 29, S1 (2003): 199-221.
Shaw, Karena and Matthew Paterson, “Politics,” in Environmental Thought, Edward A. Page and John Proops, eds., (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Ltd., 2003): 34-56.
Shaw, Karena, “Feminist Futures: Contesting the Political,” in Reframing the International: Law, Culture, Politics, Richard Falk, Lester Ruiz, and R.B.J. Walker, eds. (New York and London: Routledge, 2002): 218-247.
Shaw, Karena, “Indigeneity and the International” Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 31,1 (May 2002): 55-81.
Krawchenko, T., Rhodes, K., Harrison, K., Pearce, K., Shaw, K., Brousselle, A., Ney, T., Mallows, C. (2020). Territorial Analysis and Survey of Local Government Priorities for Climate Action: Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities, Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities Climate Leadership Plan, Victoria, B.C. Full report: (106 pp.). https://www.viccclp.com/uploads/4/2/9/6/42963935/vicc_report_master.pdf Summary report (21 pp.) https://www.viccclp.com/uploads/4/2/9/6/42963935/vicc_report_highlights_final_formatted.pdf
Cook, D., Fitzgerald, E., Sayers, J., and Shaw, K. 2017. First Nations and Renewable Energy Development in British Columbia. https://dspace.library.uvic.ca/handle/1828/7919
Moore, M‐L., Shaw, K., Castleden, H., with Breiddal, R., Kot, M., and M. Murray. 2015. Regional Snapshot. Building Capacity for Building Trust: Key Challenges for Water Governance in Relation to Hydraulic Fracturing. Prepared for: Canadian Water Network, Waterloo, ON. Synthesis report (of this project plus four others) available at: http://www.cwn-rce.ca/focus-areas/energy-and-resources/water-and-hydraulic-fracturing-report