Research reports & briefs
Flanagan, A. and Pang, C. (2022). Coming Together to Support 2SLGBTQI People Living with Dementia. Toronto, ON: Egale Canada. https://egale.ca/egale-in-action/2slgbtqi-dementia-care/#report
Pang, C. and James, K. (2022). Dementia and Advance Care Planning: Context and Considerations for 2SLGBTQI Communities. Community Conversations Brief. Toronto, ON: Egale Canada. https://egale.ca/awareness/dementia-advanced-care-planning-session-new-horizons-brief/
Pang, C. and Rideout, R. (2022). Elder Abuse & Financial Abuse: Context and Considerations for 2SLGBTQI Communities. Community Conversations Brief. Toronto, ON: Egale Canada. https://egale.ca/awareness/elder-abuse-session-new-horizons-brief/
Ferlatte, O., Gaudette, M., and Pang, C. (2021). LGBTQI2S Suicide Prevention Research in Canada: Evidence, Gaps, and Priorities. Toronto, ON: Egale Canada. https://egale.ca/awareness/2slgbtqi-suicide-prevention-research-in-canada-evidence-gaps-and-priorities/
Academic articles & book chapters
Pang, C. (accepted). When Choosing Doesn’t Stick: Limits of Queer Kinship and Community in Old Age. For book volume Beyond Mutuality: Exploring the Negative Side of Kin Relations, editors Sandra Bamford and Kathryn Goldfarb.
Charise, A., Pang, C., and Khalfan, K. (2022). What is Intergenerational Storytelling? Defining the Critical Issues for Aging Research in the Humanities. Journal of Medical Humanities.
Pang, C., Hallet, J., Chesney, T.R., Haas, B., Wright, F., Conn, L.G. (2021). Using Social Theory Will Change How You Think About Patient Outcomes and Quality Care. Annals of Surgery, Feb. 1 275(2): e282-e285.
Dosani, N., Bhargava, R., Arya, A., Pang, C., Chasen, M., Sharma, A. (2020). Perceptions of Palliative Care in a South Asian Community: Findings from an Observational Study. BMC Palliative Care 19(141).
Martinez, L., Mirza, R.M., Austen, A. Hsieh, J., Klinger, C.A., Kuah, M. Liu, A., McDonald, L., Mohsin, R. Pang, C., Rajewski, J., Salomons, T., & Sheikh, I. (2020). More Than Just a Room: A Scoping Review of the Impact of Homesharing for Older Adults. Innovations in Aging 4(2).
Pang, C., Gutman, G., and de Vries, B. (2019). Later Life Care Planning and Concerns of Transgender Older Adults in Canada. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 89(1):39-56.
Silver, M.P., Pang, C., & Williams, S.A. (2014). “Why give up something that works so well?”: Retirement expectations among academic physicians. Educational Gerontology 41(5):333-347.
In the works
Pang, C. Situating Long-Term Care as Precarious Housing: Trajectories and Ways Forward.
Pang, C. & Mclennan, E. Reimagining Aging in Place: Housing Considerations Among LGBTQI Older Adults in Canada.
Pang, C. & Flanagan, A. She’s Not My Mother: Surfacing Cis-Heteronormativity in Questions of Recognition and Dementia.
Pang, C. (2022). Review of The Aging and Disability Nexus (Aubrecht, Kelly, and Rice, eds., 2020, Vancouver: UBC Press). Disability Studies Quarterly (DSQ).
Pang, C. (2021). Review of Research Involving Participants with Cognitive Disabilities and Difference (Cascio and Racine, eds., 2019, Oxford: Oxford University Press). Disability Studies Quarterly (DSQ), 41(1).
Pang, C. (2020). Review of Queer Aging in North American Fiction (Hess, 2019, New York: Palgrave MacMillan). Anthropology & Aging, 41(2).
Pang, C. (2020). Aging and Social Justice: A slow-motion virtual conference. Somatosphere. http://somatosphere.net/2020/aging-and-social-justice.html/
Pang, C. (2020). What We’re Reading, Winter 2020. American Ethnologist, “Reflections”. https://americanethnologist.org/features/reflections/what-were-reading-winter-2020-aes-edition
Pang, C. (2019). Watch and Learn. “View from the Inside” Blog Series, The Innovation Hub, University of Toronto. http://blogs.studentlife.utoronto.ca/innovationhub/view-from-the-inside-watch-and-learn/
Pang, C. (2019). Introductory Remarks, “Critically Unpacking the Resemblage Project: A Conversation.” (2019). Roundtable Interview with A. Charise, L. Lac, I. Mahmood, D. Ocholi, C. Pang, Mia Sanders, X. Yang. The Resemblage Project: Remixing Scarborough’s Stories of Aging. https://resemblageproject.ca/critically-unpacking-the-resemblage-project