*Vander Vennen, R. and Parizeau, K. (2023). “Beyond Charity? Insights on the Upcycle Kitchen: A Food Rescue Work Integration Social Enterprise in Guelph, ON.” Journal of Social Entrepreneurship. [Vander Vennen, Parizeau 2023 Accepted version]
Parizeau, K. (2022). “Uneven Learning Landscapes Ahead: Instructor Perspectives on Undergraduate Student Mental Health.” Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 52(2), 67-80.
Laila, A., von Massow, M., Bain, M., Parizeau, K., & Haines, J. (2022). “Impact of COVID-19 on food waste behaviour of families: Results from household waste composition audits.” Socio-Economic Planning Sciences, 82(A).
Parizeau, K., von Massow, M., & Martin, R. (2021). “Directly observing household food waste generation using composition audits in a Canadian municipality.” Waste Management, 135, 229-233. [Parizeau et al 2021 Accepted version]
Carroll, N., Sadowski, A., Parizeau, K., von Massow, M., Wallace, A., Kira Jewell, David W.L. Ma, Andrea C. Buchholz, Alison M. Duncan, Brianne Chan, Jess Haines (2021). “Food Skills: Associations with Diet Quality and Food Waste among Canadian Parents.” Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 53 (5), 371-379.
Carroll, N., Wallace, A., Jewell, K., Darlington, G., Ma, D., A. Duncan, K. Parizeau, M. von Massow, and J. Haines. (2020). “Association between diet quality and food waste in Canadian families: a cross-sectional study.” Nutrition Journal, 19: 54.
*Millar, S., Parizeau, K., & Fraser, Evan D.G. (2020). “The limitations of using wasted food to feed hungry people.” Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition, 15(4), 574-584. [Millar, Parizeau, Fraser 202 Accepted version]
*Rondeau, S., Stricker, S., Kozachenko, C., & Parizeau, K. (2020). “Understanding motivations for volunteering in food security and food upcycling projects.” Social Sciences, 9 (3), 27.
*Hodgins, K. and Parizeau, K. (2020). “Farm-to-fork... and beyond? A call to incorporate food waste into food systems research.” Food and Foodways, 28 (1), 43-60.
*Kinach, L., Parizeau, K., & Fraser, E. (2020). “Do Food Donation Tax Credits for Farmers Address Food Loss / Waste and Food Insecurity? A case study from Ontario.” Agriculture and Human Values, 37, 383–396.
*Van Bemmel, A., & Parizeau, K. (2020). “Is it food or is it waste? The materiality and relational agency of food waste across the value chain.” Journal of Cultural Economy, 13(2), 207-220.
von Massow, M., Parizeau, K., Gallant, M., Wickson, M., Haines, J., David W.L. Ma, Angela Wallace, Nicholas Carroll, Alison Duncan. (2019). “Valuing the multiple impacts of household food waste.” Frontiers in Nutrition, 6 (Article 143), 17 pp.
Levac, L., Parizeau, K., Varghese, J., Morton, M., Jackson, E., & Hawkins, L. (2018). “Towards a Framework for Building Community-University Resilience Research Agendas.” Social Sciences, 7 (12).
DeLorenzo, A., Parizeau, K., & von Massow, M. (2019). "Regulating Ontario's Circular Economy Through Food Waste Legislation." Society and Business Review, 14 (2), 200-216.
Szoke, T. and Parizeau, K. (2019). "Community-based Public Art and Gentrification in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside." Geohumanities, 5(1), 157-177. [Szoke, Parizeau 2019 Accepted version]
Fraser, C. and Parizeau, K. (2018). "Waste management as foodwork: A feminist food studies approach to household food waste." Canadian Food Studies, 5 (1), 39-62.
Wittmer, J. and Parizeau, K. (2018). "Informal recyclers' health inequities in Vancouver, BC." New Solutions: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy, 28 (2), 321-343.
Pacheco-Vega, R. and Parizeau, K. (2018). "Doubly-engaged ethnography: Opportunities and challenges when working with vulnerable communities." International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 17 (1), 1-13.
Parizeau, K., Shillington, L., Hawkins, R., Sultana, F., Mountz, A., Beverley Mullings, Linda Peake (2016). “Breaking the silence: A feminist call to action.” The Canadian Geographer, 60 (2), pp.192-204. [Parizeau et al 2016 Accepted version]
Mullings, B., Peake, L., & Parizeau, K. (2016). “Cultivating an ethic of wellness in Geography” (Special Issue Introduction). The Canadian Geographer, 60 (2), pp.161-167.
Parizeau, K. (2016). “Witnessing urban change: Insights from informal recyclers in Vancouver, BC .” Urban Studies, pre-print version available online. [Parizeau 2017 Accepted version]
Wittmer, J. & Parizeau, K. (2016). “Surviving neoliberal urbanism: Informal recyclers' geographies of survival in Vancouver, BC.” Applied Geography, 66, pp.92-99.
Parizeau, K. (2015). "Urban political ecologies of informal recyclers' health in Buenos Aires, Argentina." Health & Place, 33, pp. 67-74. [Parizeau 2015-1 Accepted version]
Parizeau, K. (2015). "Re-representing the city: Waste and public space in Buenos Aires, Argentina in the late 2000s," Environment and Planning A, 47(2), pp. 284-299. [Parizeau-2 2015 Accepted version]
Parizeau, K. & Lepawsky, J. (2015). "Legal orderings of waste in built spaces." International Journal of Law in the Built Environment, 7(1). [Parizeau, Lepawsky 2015 Accepted version]
Parizeau, K. (2015). "When assets are vulnerabilities: An assessment of informal recyclers' livelihood strategies in Buenos Aires, Argentina," World Development, 67, 161-173. [Parizeau 2015-3 Accepted version]
Parizeau, K., von Massow, M., & Martin, R. (2015). "Household-level dynamics of food waste production and related beliefs, attitudes, and behaviours in a municipality in Southwestern Ontario," Waste Management, 35, pp. 207-217. [Parizeau et al 2015 Accepted version]
Parizeau, K. 2013. 'Formalization beckons: a baseline of informal recycling work in Buenos Aires, 2007-2011.' Environment and Urbanization, 25(2), pp. 501-521.
Parizeau, K. 2011. “Un estudio acerca de la salud de los cartoneros de Buenos Aires (A study of the health of Buenos Aires’ informal recyclers).” In Suarez, F. and P. Schamber (Eds.) Recicloscopio II: Miradas sobre recuperadores urbanos de residuos de América Latina (Recycloscope II: Perspectives on Urban Waste Recoverers in Latin America). Prometeo–UNL: Buenos Aires; pp.285-316.
Parizeau, K., V. Maclaren and Lay Chanthy. 2008. “Budget sheets and buy-in: financing community-based waste management in Siem Reap, Cambodia.” Environment and Urbanization, 20(2); pp.445-463.
Parizeau, K. 2006. “Theorizing Environmental Justice: Environment as a Social Determinant of Health.” Munk Centre for International Studies Briefings: Comparative Program on Health and Society Lupina Foundation Working Paper Series 2005-2006; pp.101-128.
Parizeau, K., Maclaren, V, and L. Chanthy. 2006. “Waste Characterization as an Element of Waste Management Planning: Lessons learned from a study in Siem Reap, Cambodia.” Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 49(20); pp.110-128. [Parizeau et al 2006 Accepted version]
Parizeau, K. 2006. “A World of Trash.” Alternatives Journal, 32(1); pp.16-18.
Parizeau, K., Chanthy, L., and V. Maclaren. 2005. “Community-Based Waste Management in Siem Reap, Cambodia.” In Maclaren, V. and Tran Hieu Nhue (Eds.) Integrated Waste Management in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam: Theory and Practice. Science and Technics Publishers: Hanoi; pp. 280-303.
Luginaah, I., Jerrett, M., Elliott, S., Eyles, J., Parizeau, K., Birch, S., Abernathy, T., Veenstra, G., Hutchinson, B., and C. Giovis. 2001. “Health profiles of Hamilton: Spatial characterisation of neighbourhoods for health investigations.” Geojournal, 53(2); pp. 135-147.