Associate Professor
PhD, Interdisciplinary Studies, Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Regina; MA, Women’s Studies
York University; BA (High Honours), Women’s Studies, University of Regina

Research Interests
Sociology of gender; gender and climate change; gender and public policy (particularly agricultural and trade policy); gender and water; qualitative research methodology and methods; participatory action research; critical realism; feminist theories; sociology of the family.

Recent Submissions

  • Local Food in Saskatchewan - Barriers and Opportunities 

    Campbell, Holly; Sanden, Tracy; Triffo, Taya; Fletcher, Amber J. (Department of Sociology and Social Studies, 2019)
    Saskatchewan agriculture is heavily focused on export, which has led to a relatively underdeveloped local food system compared to other parts of Canada. Key reasons for the province’s strong export orientation include ...
  • Surveying Policy Priorities: The Saskatchewan Women’s Issues Study 

    Fletcher, Amber J.; McWhinney, Tara (Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women; Policy4Women, 2019)
    This report presents the findings of a two-year academic study on the topic of gender issues, public policy, and public engagement in the province of Saskatchewan, which was conducted between 2016 and 2018. The Saskatchewan-based ...