Ross, Becki. Sex and (evacuation from) the city: the moral and legal regulation of sex workers in Vancouver’s West End, 1975-1985. Sexualities. 13(2) (April 2010): 197-218.
Ross, Becki and Kim Greenwell. “Spectacular striptease: performing the sexual and racial other in Vancouver, B.C., 1945-1975.” Journal of Women’s History. 17(1) (March 2005): 137-164.
Ross, Becki and Erin Bentley. “Gold-plated footballs and orchids for girls, a ‘palace of sweat’ for men: athletics at UBC, 1945-1955.” p.99-116. In Disciplining Bodies in the Gymnasium: Memory, Movement, and Modernism. Edited by Patricia Vertinsky and Sherry McKay. London and New York: Routledge, 2004.
Ross, Becki L. “’Book reviews: Challenging the Conspiracy of Silence: My Life as a Canadian Gay Activist / Jim Egan ; compiled and edited by Donald W. McLeod.” BC Studies. 136 (Winter 2002): 135-138.
Ross, Becki. “Shaken and stirred.” A regular series in Xtra West (Vancouver), 2001-2002. (Copies are available at the Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, Toronto)
Ross, Becki L. “Bumping and grinding on the line: making nudity pay,” Labour/le Travail. 46 (Fall 2000): 221-250. HD8101.L22
Ross, Becki L. “’The stubborn clutter, the undeniable record, the burning, wilful evidence’: teaching the history of sexuality.” Atlantis: A Women’s Studies Journal. 25(1) (Fall 2000): 28-38. HQ1180 .A1A85
Ross, Becki. “Hoochie coochie queers? Femme dykes and gay men in Vancouver’s burlesque.” Xtra West. (April 6, 2000): 21.
Ross, Becki. “Lesbian politics and culture in English Canada.” p. 142-146. In Encyclopedia of Lesbianism, Volume I. Edited by Bonnie Zimmerman. New York: Garland Publishing, 2000.
Elisa Kukla “Studying strippers: media went bonkers over burlesque show research.” Xtra! (Toronto). November 16, 2000. (On Becki Ross’s research on strippers.)
Ross, Becki L. and Catharina Landstrom. “Normalization vs. diversity: lesbian identity and organizing in Sweden and Canada.” p.310-346. In Women’s Organizing and Public Policy in Canada and Sweden. Edited by Linda Briskin and Mona Eliasson. Montreal; Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1999. HQ1233 .W6 1999
Ross, Becki. “’Down at the whorehouse?’: Reflections on Christian community service and female sex deviance at Toronto’s Street Haven, 1965-1969.” Atlantis: A Women’s Studies Journal. 23(1) (Fall 1998): 48-59. HQ1180 .A1A85
[Ross, Becki et al.] The Discipline and Place Collective.“Moving spaces/firm groundings: an interview of Rey Chow.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 15(5) (October 1997): 509-532. H1 .E58
Ross, Becki L. “Destaining the (tattooed) delinquent body: the practices of moral regulation at Toronto’s Street Haven, 1965-1969.” The Journal of the History of Sexuality. 7(4) (April 1997): 561-595. HQ12 .A1J66
Ross, Becki L. “How Lavender Jane loved women: re-figuring identity-based life/stylism in 1970s lesbian feminism.” Journal of Canadian Studies. 30(4) (Winter 1995-96): 110-128. FC1 .J68
Ross, Becki L. “Dance to ‘Tie a Yellow Ribbon,’ getting churched and buy the little lady a drink: gay women’s bar culture in Toronto, 1965-1975.” p.267-287 In Weaving Alliances : Selected Papers Presented for the Canadian Women’s Studies Association at the 1991 and 1992 Learned Societies Conferences. Edited by Debra Martens ; introduced by Greta Hofmann Nemiroff. Ottawa: Canadian Women’s Studies Association = Association canadienne des études sur les femmes, 1993. HQ1106 .W43 1993
Ross, Becki. “Like apples and oranges: lesbian feminist responses to the politics of The Body Politic.” Fuse Magazine. 16(4) (May/June, 1993): 19-23,26-28. NX513 .A1F88
McLeod, Donald W. “Notes on a deviant historian: young lesbian & gay scholars like Becki Ross are opening new fields of research at our universities.” Xtra! (Toronto). 195 (17 April 1992): 13,15.
Ross, Becki. “Tracking lesbian speech: the social organization of lesbian periodical publishing in English Canada, 1973-1988.” In Women’s Writing and the Literary Institution. Calgary: University of Alberta, Research Institute for Comparative Literature, 1992. PS8089.5.W6 W67 1992
Becki Ross interview. In Thank God I’m a Lesbian. A film by Laurie Colbert and Dominique Cardona. New York: Women Make Movies, 1992.
Ross, Becki. “Sex, lives, and archives: pleasure/danger debates in 1970s lesbian feminism.” p.89-112. In Women Changing Academe : The Proceedings of the 1990 Canadian Women’s Studies Association Conference / Sandra L. Kirby … [et al.], editors. Winnipeg : Sororal Publishing, 1991. HQ1181.C3 C36 1991
Ross, Becki. “The house that Jill built: lesbian feminist organizing in Toronto, 1976-1980.” Feminist Review. 35 (1990): 75-91.
Ross, Becki. “Heterosexuals only need apply: The Secretary of State’s regulation of lesbian existence.” Resources for Feminist Research/Documentation sur la recherche feministe. 17(3) (1988): 35-38. HQ1101.Z9 R47
Ross, Becki. “Launching lesbian cultural offensives.” Resources for Feminist Research/Documentation sur la recherche feministe. 17(2) (June 1988):12-15. HQ1101.Z9 R47
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