Faculty of Health Sciences Recognition of Excellence in Teaching: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
Journal of Sexuality and Culture
Peer Review Activities
Invited member of the National Community-Based Research Facilitator Group
Invited member of the Advisory Committee of the London Sexual Assault Centre
Invited member of the Ontario HIV Treatment Network (OHTN) Community Based Research Review Committee
Invited peer reviewer for the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, report for the Federal Ministerial Council on HIV/AIDS
Dewey, S., Zhang, T. & Orchard, T. (2016). Sex workers and Criminalization in North America and China: Ethical and Legal Issues in Exclusionary Regimes, NYC: Springer Press.
Orchard, T. & Smith, T. (Fall 2016) Remembering the Body: Ethical Issues in Body Mapping Research, NYC: Springer Press, forthcoming.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Orchard, T., Vale, J., Macphail, S., Wender, C. & Oiamo, T. (2016). “You just have to be smart”: Spatial Practices and Subjectivity among Women in Sex Work, Gender, Place & Culture, in press.
Orchard, T. & Dewey, S. (2016). How Do You Like Me Now?: The Spatialization of Research Subjectivities and Fieldwork Boundaries in Research with Women in Sex Work, Anthropologica, in press.
Bobadilla, A., Fitzsimmons, D., Magalhaes, L. & Orchard, T. (2016). Provincial healthcare coverage eligibility among new permanent residents: a scoping literature review, Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, forthcoming.
Orchard, T., Salters, K., Michelow, W., Lepik, K., Palmer, A. & Hogg, R. (2015). “My job is to deal with what I can”: HIV care providers’ perspectives on adherence to HAART, addictions, and comprehensive care delivery in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Critical Public Health, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09581596.2015.1088641.
Orchard, T., Salters, K., Palmer, A., Michelow, W., Lepik, K. & Hogg, R. (2015). Vets, Denialists, and Rememberers: Health Care Providers Perspectives about Adherence and Non-Adherence to HAART among Poly-Substance Users, AIDS Care, 27(6), 758-61.
Orchard, T., Farr, S., Macphail, S., Wender, C. & Wilson, C. (2014). Expanding the Scope of Inquiry: Exploring Accounts of Childhood and Family among Canadian Sex Workers, Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 23(1), 9-18.
East, L. & Orchard, T. (2013). ‘Why can’t I?’: An exploration of sexuality and identity among Canadian youth living with physical disabilities, Journal of Youth Studies, 17(5), 559-576.
Orchard, T., Farr, S., Macphail, S., Wender, C., & Young, D. (2013). Resistance, negotiation, and management of identity among women in the sex trade in London, Ontario. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 15(2), 191-204.
East, L. & Orchard, T. (2013). Somebody else’s job: Experiences of sex education among health professionals, parents and adolescents with physical disabilities in southwestern Ontario. Sexuality & Disability, DOI 10.1007/s11195-013-9289-5.
Orchard, T., Farr, S., Macphail, S., Wender. C. & Young, D. (2012). Sex Work in the Forest City: Sex Work Beginnings, Types, and Clientele among Women in London, Ontario. Sexuality Research and Social Policy, 9(4), 350-362.
Schilder, A., Orchard, T., Buchner, C., Strathdee, S. & and Hogg, R. (2010). Insert Discourse: Rectal Douching Among Young HIV-Positive and HIV-Negative Gay Men in Vancouver, Canada. Sexuality & Culture, 14(4), 327-343.
Orchard, T., McInnes, C., Fernandes, K., Clement, M., Gilbert, M., Lima, V., Montaner, J. & Hogg, R. (2010). Factors behind HIV testing practices among Canadian Aboriginal peoples living off-reserve. AIDS Care, 22(3), 324-331.
Schilder, A.; Orchard, T., Buchner, C.; Miller, M.; Fernandez, K.; Strathdee, S; & Hogg. R (2008). ‘It’s like the treasure’: Beliefs Associated with Semen among Young HIV-Positive and HIV-Negative Men Who Have Sex with Men. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 7(10), 667-679.
Orchard, T. (2007). In This Life: The Impact of Gender and Tradition on Sexuality and Relationships for Devadasi Sex Workers in Rural India. Sexuality and Culture 11(1), 3-27.
Orchard, T. (2007). Girl, woman, lover, mother: Towards a new understanding of child prostitution among young Devadasi sex workers in rural Karnataka, India. Social Science & Medicine 64(12), 2379-2390.
Invited Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters
Orchard, T, (2016). ‘So It’s Always a Dance’: The Politics of Gifts and Governance at a Drop-in Centre for Vulnerable Women in Southern Ontario, in Neoliberal Governance and Health: Duties, Risks, and Vulnerabilities. Jessica Polzer and Elaine Power, Eds. McGill-Queens Press. In press.
Orchard, T. (2011). ‘What’s the use of getting a cow if you can’t make any money from it’? The reproduction of inequality within contemporary social reforms of Devadasis, In Laboring Desire: Global Reflections on Sex Work, Survival, and The State, Patty Kelly and Susan Dewey, Eds. New York; NYU Press, 172-188.
Orchard, T. O’Neil, J., Blanchard, J., Costigan, A., & Moses, S. (2009). HIV/AIDS prevention programming with “traditional” sex workers in rural India: challenges for the empowerment approach in community-sanctioned sex work environment, In HIV/ AIDS: Global Frontiers in Prevention/Intervention, Cynthia Pope, Renee T. White, & Robert Malow, Eds. New York: Routledge, 82-95.
Orchard, T., Halas, J. & Stark, J. (2006). Minimizing the Maxim model? Interpreting the sexual body rhetoric of teenage moms through physical education, In Sport, Rhetoric, and Gender: Historical Perspectives and Media Representations, Linda K. Fuller, Ed. New York: Palgrave/Macmillan, Global Publishing at St. Martin’s Press, 131-142.