[ Author(Desc)] Title Type Year
Barry, J. , & Thompson-Fawcett, M. . (2020). Decolonizing the Boundaries between the ‘Planner’ and the ‘Planned’: Implications of Indigenous Property Development. Planning Theory & Practice, 21(3), 410-425. Retrieved from
Barry, J. , & Agyeman, J. . (2020). On belonging and becoming in the settler-colonial city: Co-produced futurities, placemaking, and urban planning in the United States. Journal of Race, Ethnicity and the City. Retrieved from
Barry, J. , Allan, E. , Chandran, D. , Cook, J. , Curtis, B. , Kostyniuk, A. , Mikulec, P. , et al. (2019). Unsettling Notions of Planning Competence: Lessons from Studio-Based Learning with Indigenous Peoples. Journal of Planning Education and Research. SAGE Publications Sage CA: Los Angeles, CA. Retrieved from
Barry, J. , Horst, M. , Inch, A. , Legacy, C. , Rishi, S. , Rivero, J. J. , Taufen, A. , et al. (2018). Unsettling planning theory. Planning Theory, 17, 418–438. SAGE Publications Sage UK: London, England. Retrieved from
Barry, J. . (2016). Government-to-Government Planning and the Recognition of Indigenous Rights and Title in the Central Coast Land and Resource Management Plan. In Planning Canada: A Case Study Approach (pp. 168–175). Oxford University Press Canada. Retrieved from
Barry, J. . (2016). Not stakeholders in these parts: Indigenous peoples and urban planning. In The Participatory City (pp. 23–29). Jovis.
Barry, J. . (2015). From British City Centre to British Columbia’s Central Coast: The Transferability of the Institutional Capacity Development Framework. Connections: Exploring Contemporary Planning Theory and Practice with Patsy Healey, 313. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Barry, J. , & Porter, L. . (2012). Indigenous recognition in state-based planning systems: Understanding textual mediation in the contact zone. Planning Theory, 11, 170–187. Sage Publications Sage UK: London, England.
Barry, J. . (2012). Indigenous state planning as inter-institutional capacity development: The evolution of “government-to-government” relations in coastal British Columbia, Canada. Planning theory & practice, 13, 213–231. Taylor & Francis Group.
Barry, J. M. . (2011). Mobilized bias and multistakeholder protected-area planning: a socio-institutional perspective on collaboration. Society & Natural Resources, 24, 1116–1126. Taylor & Francis.
Barry, J. . (2004). The Challenges of Collaborative Land-Use Planning: A Case Study of the Kawartha Highlands Signature Site. Planning Northern Parks and Protected Areas. Parks and Protected Areas Research in Ontario, Proceedings of the Parks Research Forum of Ontario.
Barry, J. . (2003). Collaborative natural resource management and its applicability to protected area planning. In Parks Research Forum of Ontario (PRFO).
Thompson-Fawcett, M. , Kitson, A. , & Barry, J. . (2018). Enhancing cultural aspirations in urban design: the gradual transformation by Indigenous innovation. Urban Design International, 1–9. 2018, Springer. Retrieved from