Other important publications
Prochner, L., & Kirova, A. (in press). Early Childhood Education and Care in Canada. In J., L. Roopnarine, J., E., Johnson, S., Quinn & M., Patte (Eds.). International Handbook of Early Childhood Education. Routledge.
Pente, P., Massing, C., Kirova, A. (in press). Collaborative landscapes as Deleuzian assemblage: Aesthetic notions of place explored by immigrant preschool teachers, parents and children. In J. Iorio and W. Parnell (Eds.). Meaning Making in Early Childhood Research: Pedagogies and the Personal. New York, NY: Routledge.
Kirova, A., Massing. C., Cleghorn, A., & Prochner, L. (2018). Complexities of insider-outsider positioning in a comparative education study in comparative education contexts. Collaborative Research Methodologies in Diverse Early Care and Education Contexts. New York, NY: Routledge.
Georgis, R., Gokiert, R. & Kirova, A. (2018) Research Considerations in Collaborative Early Childhood Partnerships with Immigrant and Refugee Communities: Researcher Reflections. Collaborative Research Methodologies in Diverse Early Care and Education Contexts. New York, NY: Routledge.
Kirova, A., & Emme, M. (2017). Co-Researching with Children: Children as Researchers as a Movement and a Construct. In M. Emme and A. Kirova (Eds.) Good Questions: Arts-based Approaches to Collaborative Research with Children and Youth. (pp. 229-250). Thunder Bay, ON: National Art Education Association.
Prochner, L., Cleghorn, A., Kirova, A., & Massing, C. (2017). Preparing early childhood educators in diverse settings: Making space for integrated worldviews. In F.-M. Konrad, P. Erath, & M. Rossa (Eds.), Pädagogische, didaktische und methodische Aspekte einer bildungstheoretischen Vertiefung der Arbeit mit Kindern (pp.151-168). Bad Heilbrunn: Klinkhardt.
Ogilvie, L., Kirova, A., Dastjerdi, M., & Chiu, Y. (2017). Best Practices in Early Childhood Development Programs in Newcomer Populations. In A. R. Vallman, E.T. Anderson, and J.
McFarlane (Eds.) Canadian Community as Partner: Theory & Multidisciplinary Practice (4th edition). (pp. 395-403). Pittsburgh, PA: Wolters Kluwer Press.
Salami, B., Hegadoren, K., Kirova, A., Meharali, S., Nsaliwa, C. & Chiu, Y. (2017). “And When a Certain Health Issue Happen, They Try to Cover it”: Stakeholder Perspective on the Health of Temporary Foreign Workers in one Canadian Province. Social Work in Health Care.
Enns, R., Okeke-Ihejirika, P., Kirova. A. & McMenemy, C. (2017). Refugee Health Care in Canada: Responses to the 2012 Changes to the Interim Federal Health Program. Special Issue, International Journal of Migration and Border Studies 3(1), 24-42.
Prochner, L., Cleghorn, A., Kirova, A., & Massing, C. (2016). Teacher education in diverse settings: Making space for intersecting worldviews. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
Kirova, A., Massing, C., Prochner, L., Cleghorn, A. (2016). Educating early childhood educators in Canada: A bridging program for immigrant and refugee childcare practitioners. Journal of Contemporary Educational Studies, 2, 64-82.
McCoy, J., Kirova, A., & Knight, W., A. (2016) Gauging Social Integration among Canadian Muslims: A Sense of Belonging in an Age of Anxiety. Canadian Ethnic Studies, 48(2), 21-53.
Salami, B., Kirova, A., Hegadoren, K., Meharali, S., Chiu, Y. & Nsaliwa, C. (2016). The Challenges Encountered by Immigrant Serving Agencies in Addressing the Health of Temporary Foreign Workers. Social Work in Public Health,31 (5).
Massing, C., Pente, P. & Kirova, A. (2015). The interactional dance: Immigrant parents and their children in shared art -making about sense of place. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal 24 (1), 37-50.
Kirova, A. & Thorlakson, L. (Winter 2015). Alberta Journal of Educational Research, Inclusion and Education Rights of Roma Children Theme Issue, 61(4).