Carrier-Moisan, M-E. 2017. ‘I have to feel something’: Gringo Love in the Sexual Economy of Tourism in Natal, Brazil. Journal of Latin American Anthropology (early view)
Carrier-Moisan, M-E. 2015.‘Putting Femininity to Work’: Negotiating Hypersexuality and Respectability in Sex Tourism, Brazil. Sexualities 18(4): 499-518
Phillips, Lynne and Sally Cole (with Marie-Eve Carrier-Moisan and Erica Lagalisse). 2013. Contesting Publics: Feminism, Activism and Ethnography. London: Pluto Press.
Selected Conference Presentations:
Carrier-Moisan, M-E. 2017. “Affective Politics and the Problem of Sex Tourism in Natal during the 2014 World Cup”. Canadian Anthropology Society (CASCA) International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES 2017) Inter-congress/conferences 2017. University of Ottawa, May 2.
Carrier-Moisan M-E. 2016. “ ‘A gente também levou uns gols’: City-staging, Urban Inequalities, and the Problem of ‘Sex Tourism’ during the 2014 World Cup.” Canadian Association of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Calgary University, Calgary, June 2.
Carrier-Moisan M-E. 2016. “Sex Tourism Goes Graphic: Implications for Knowledge Production”. Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting, Vancouver, March 30.
Carrier-Moisan, M-E. 2014. “Moral Panic and the 2014 World Cup: Analyzing the Campaigns against Sex Tourism and Sex Trafficking in Natal, Brazil”. Canadian Association of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Laval University, Quebec City, May 16.
Carrier-Moisan, M-E. 2013. “Derby Girl As Riot Grrrl?: Negotiating Femininities in Women’s Flat-Track Roller Derby”. American Anthropological Association, Chicago, November 21.