Journal Articles -referred:

Flynn, K. Ray, L. & Massaquoi, N. (2021). Care(ful) Disruption:  Indigenous and Black Women’s Standpoints on Care as a Strategy of Resistance and Continuance. Gender & History, Forthcoming.

Ray, L., Wylie, L. & Corrado, A. (2021). Shapeshifters, Systems Thinking and Settler Colonial Logic: Expanding the Framework of Analysis of Indigenous Health Equity. Social Science & Medicine. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Ray, L., Toombs, E., & J. Miron (2021). If You Build It They Will Come(?): Indigenous Students’ Pathway Experiences Among 12 Post-Secondary Institutions in Ontario. Manuscript prepared for publication.

Ray, L. (2021). Decolonizing Action Research through Two-Eyed Seeing: The Indigenous Quality Assurance Project. Canadian Journal of Action Research, 21(3): 95-114.

Ray, L., Toombs, E., & J. Miron (2021). Student Transfer Mobility within Indigenous Programs: Pathways of Access or Appropriation? International Indigenous Policy Journal. Forthcoming.

Ray, L., Wabano, M. & D. Bannerman. (2019). Getting a Quality Education: Indigenizing Post-Secondary Institutions in Northern Ontario Through the Indigenous Quality Assurance Project. Junctures (special issue on Indigenization). 20, 55-70.

Levkoe, C., Ray, L.& J. McLaughlin. (2019). The Indigenous Food Circle: Reconciliation and Resurgence through Food in Northwestern Ontario. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development (Indigenous Food Sovereignty in North America Special Issue). 9(B), 101-114.

Ray, L. Burnett, K, Cameron, A., Joseph, S., Leblanc, J., Parker, B. & Recollet, A. (2019). Examining Indigenous Food Sovereignty as a Framework for Health in Northern Ontario, Canada. Global Health Promotion. 26(3), 54–63.

Ray, L. (2018-2019). Pipelines, Prostitution, and Indigenous Women: A Critical Analysis of Contemporary Discourse.  Canadian Woman Studies’ (Women’s Human Rights Special Edition), 33(1-2), 107-116.

Ray L. (2017). Engaging in Respatialization through Alliance Building: The “Oshkabaywis” Framework. The Journal of Urban Anthropology, 9, 59-76.

Ray, L. (2016). “Beading Becomes a Part of Your Life:” Transforming the Academy through the Use of Beading as a Method of Inquiry. International Review of Qualitative Research, 9(3), 363-378.

Ray, L. & P. Cormier. (2012). Killing the Weendigo with Maple Syrup: Anishnaabe Pedagogy and Post-Secondary Learning.  Canadian Journal of Native Education, 35(1), 163-176.

Ray, L. (2012).  Deciphering the ‘Indigenous’ in Indigenous Methodologies.  AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples, 8(1), 85-98.

Davis, L., Hoffman, R., Lambe, J., Ray, L., Sherman, P & E. Tru. (2011). Guest Editorial. Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 37(2), 1-9.

Book Chapters -referred:

Cormier, P. & L. Ray. (2021). A Tale of Two Drums:  Kinoo’amaadawaad Megwaa Doodamawaad “They Are Learning with Each Other while They Are Doing”. In, D. McGregor, J.P. Restoule, & R. Johnston (Eds.). Indigenous Research: Theories, Practices, and Relationships (Second Edition). Toronto: Canadian Scholar’s Press. Forthcoming.

Ray, L., Cormier, P., & L. Desmoulins. (2020). Fish Fry Methodology: A Relational Land-based Approach to Research and Reconciliation. In, N. K. Denzin & J Salvo (Eds.). New Directions in Theorizing Qualitative Research: Indigenous Research. Myers Education Press. Pp. 1-22.

Ray L, Cormier P, & Desmoulins L. (2019). Fish fry as praxis: Exploring land as a nexus for reconciliation in research. In, S. Wilson, A. Breen & L. Dupre (Eds.), Research as Reconciliation: Unsettling Ways of Knowing Through Indigenous Relationships. Canadian Scholar’s Press. Pp. 73-85.

Cormier, P. & L. Ray. (2018). A Tale of Two Drums:  Kinoo’amaadawaad Megwaa Doodamawaad “They are learning with each other while they are doing”. In, D. McGregor, J.P. Restoule, & R. Johnston (Eds.). Indigenous Research: Theories, Practices, and Relationships. Toronto: Canadian Scholar’s Press. Pp. 112-126.