Stories, Essays & Articles

in anthologies:

Pendleton Jiménez, K., & romero-leiva, j. (2017). Lengua Latina: Queer Palabras en Toronto. In J. Lorinc, T. McCaskell, M. Fitzgerald, J. Farrow, S. Chambers, T. Taylor, R. Sheffield, E. Jackson, and R. Thawer (Eds.) Any other way: How Toronto got queer. Toronto: Coach House Books.

Cook, H., & Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2017). International Ms. Leather 2000 Comes to Toronto. In J. Lorinc, T. McCaskell, M. Fitzgerald, J. Farrow, S. Chambers, T. Taylor, R. Sheffield, E. Jackson, and R. Thawer (Eds.) Any other way: How Toronto got queer (pp. ). Toronto: Coach House Books.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2016). Downtown. In R. Gilmour and R. Ganev (Eds.) Queers were here: Heroes and icons of queer Canada (pp. 165-180). Toronto: Between the lines.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2015). Letter to My Queer Family. In T. Goldstein and A. Greer (Eds.) Women writing letters: Seasons 3 & 4 (pp. 100-102). Toronto: Gailey Road Productions.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2014). Letter to my twelve year old self. In Women writing letters (Vol. 2). Toronto: Gailey Road Productions.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2011). A beautiful creature. In I. E. Coyote and Z. Sharman (Eds.) Persistence: Still butch and femme (pp. 53-62). Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2009). Little white children: Notes from a Chicana dyke dad. In R. Epstein (Ed.), Who’s your daddy? and other writings on queer parenting. Toronto: Sumach Press.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2006). Queer Players: Strategic theater in San Diego. In R. Bernstein (Ed.), Cast out: Queer lives in theatre (pp. 118-123). Michigan: University of Michigan Press.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2003). María. In Z. Whittall (Ed.), Geeks, Misfits and Outlaws. Toronto: McGilligan Books.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2002). My dad in pink. In E. Ruth (Ed.), Bent on writing: Contemporary queer tales. Toronto: Women’s Press.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2001). La del sapo. In R. Johnson (Ed.), Fantasmas: Supernatural stories by Mexican American writers. Tempe, AZ: Bilingual Press.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2001). Butch games. In K. X. Tulchinsky (Ed.), Hot & bothered 3: Short short fiction on lesbian desire. Vancouver: Arsenal Pulp Press.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2001) Boykarleen in the bathhouse. In Trixi (Ed.), Faster pussycats, live girls: After hours. NY: Alyson Publications.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2000). Seductions of a bordertown boy. In L. Damsky (Ed.), Sex & single girls: Straight and queer women on sexuality. Seattle, WA: Seal Press.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2000). The alley below. In L. Newman (Ed.), Pillow Talk II: More lesbian stories between the covers. Los Angeles: Alyson Books.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (1999). The lake at the end of the wash. In T. Wolverton, R. Drake (Eds.), Hers 3: Brilliant New Fiction by Lesbians. New York: Farrar Straus Giroux.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (1996). Tomboy gone butch. In R. Elwin (Ed.), Countering the myth. Toronto: Women’s Educational Press.

in refereed books:

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2014). “I will whip my hair” and “hold my bow”: Gender-creativity in rural Ontario. In E. Meyer & A Pullen Sansfacon (Eds.) Supporting transgender and gender creative youth: Schools, families and communities in action, (pp. 85-96). New York: Peter Lang.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2014). Off the script: A study of techniques for uncovering gender-bending truths in the classroom. In D. Carlson, & E. J. Meyer (Eds.). Handbook of Gender and Sexuality in Education, (pp. 257-271). NY: Peter Lang.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2013). “Tell Them You’re a Mexican,” and Other Motherly Advice. In S. Sahagian, & V. Reim (Eds.). Mother of invention: How our mothers influenced us as feminist academics and activists. Toronto: Demeter Press.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2012). The breastfeeding curriculum: Stories of queer, female, unruly learning. In D. Freedman, N. Jolly, & S. Springgay (Ed.) M/othering a bodied curriculum: Theories and practices of relational teaching (pp. 294-307). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2007). Teaching to the learning deficiencies of the privileged. In W. Smale & K. Young (Eds.), Approaches to educational leadership and practice (pp. 258-272). Calgary, AB: Detselig Enterprises Ltd.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2007). On late nights: Living in my queer teacher body. In I. Killoran, & K. Pendleton Jiménez (Eds.), “Unleashing the unpopular”: Talking about sexual orientation and gender diversity in education (pp. 63-71). Olney, MD: Association for Childhood Education International.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2007). Pretty. In I. Killoran, & K. Pendleton Jiménez (Eds.), “Unleashing the unpopular”: Talking about sexual orientation and gender diversity in education (pp. 25-29). Olney, MD: Association for Childhood Education International.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2006). ‘Start with the land’: Groundwork for Chicana pedagogy. In D. D. Bernal, C. A. Elenes, F. E. Godinez & S. Villenas (Eds.), Chicana/Latina feminist pedagogies and epistemologies for everyday life: Educación en la familia, comunidad y escuela (pp. 219-230). Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2005). Lengua Latina: Latina-Canadians (Re)constructing identity through a ‘community of practice’. In C. Pease-Alvarez & S. Schecter (Eds.), Learning, teaching & community: Contributions of situated and participatory approaches to educational innovation (pp. 235-256). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2002). Can of worms: A queer TA in teacher’s ed. In R. Kissen (Ed.), Getting ready for Benjamin: Preparing teachers for sexual diversity in the classroom. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.

in refereed journals:

Rinaldi, J., Rice, C., LaMarre, A., Pendleton Jiménez, K., Harrison, E., Friedman, M., McPhail, D., Robinson, M., & Tidgwell, T. (2016). Through Thick and Thin: Storying queer women’s experiences of taking up and resisting idealized body images and expected body management practices. Psychology of Sexualities Review [Special Issue Sexualities & Health: Critical Perspectives].

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (Sept. 2015). ‘I love Barbies ... I am a Boy’: gender happiness for social justice education, Sex Education, DOI: 10.1080/14681811.2015.1067195

Pendleton Jimenez, K. (2014). How To Get a Girl Pregnant: An Autoethnography of Chicana Butch Reproduction. Journal of the Motherhood Initiative for Research and Community Involvement “Mothering and Reproduction” [Special Issue], 5(2), 60-74

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2014). The making of a queer Latina cartoon: Pedagogies of border, body, and home. The Journal of Latino-Latin American Studies (JOLLAS) "Chicana/Latina Feminism(s): Negotiating and Crossing Borderlands in Education” [Special Issue], 6(2), 125-134.

Pendleton Jiménez, K., & Fine, E. (2009). Safe walk home: Cultural literacy in the Regent Park community. Vitae Scholasticae: The Journal of Educational Biography, 26(1), 80-97.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2009). Queering classrooms, curricula, and care: stories from those who dare. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, Special Issue: Queering Elementary Education: The State of the Art Ten Years Later, Sex Education, 9(2), 169-179.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2008). Latina Landscape: Queer Toronto. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, Special Issue: Art, Literature, and Place: An Ecopoetics Reader, 13(2), 114-129.

in refereed conference proceedings:

Killoran, I. & Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2009). “Unleashing the unpopular”: Bodies, stories and queer classrooms. In S. Flynn (Ed.), Queer Issues in the Study of Education and Culture Conference Proceedings.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2006). From tomboy to drag: Las notas de un rey en Toronto. In J. García (Ed.), The National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies Proceedings: 1997-2001.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2003). Writing Lengua Latina: Getting past the danger signs in ethnographic writing. In B. Low (Ed.), York Graduate Studies in Education Conference Proceedings.

book review:

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2004). Review of Mom and Mum are getting married!. Journal for the Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies, 2(2).

encyclopedia entries:

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2010). Boi. In S. Steinberg & M Kehler (Eds.), Boy culture: An encyclopedia. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2010). Homophobia. In S. Steinberg & M Kehler (Eds.), Boy culture: An encyclopedia. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (1999). Cherríe Moraga. In The Encyclopedia of Lesbian Histories and Cultures. Garland Pub.

in magazines:

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2016). Latin Night at the Pulse. Electric City Magazine

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2004). La lotería: Mourning by cards. Vox Feminarum, 3(3).

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2003). The lesbian hand. The Graduate Students’ Handbook, York University, 2003.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2003). Julio. Jota!: A Zine for Chicana Lesbians, 1 (1).

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2002). A taste of color. Fireweed (Mixed Race Issue), 75, 13-16.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2002) Amigas intimas. Sparks, 1(1), 15-17.

Curry Rodriguez, J., Roque, H. & Pendleton Jiménez, K. (1999). We are women, feminists & queers. Are we ethnic studies? Colorlines, Summer.

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (1995). Dina ruled the playground. Conmoción 3, 10-11.

in newsletters:

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (1999) Pedagogy: Chicanao style. Noticias de NACCS (National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies), 26 (2).

letters to the editor:

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (Nov. 25th, 2011). PCVS is a model of education. (Letter to the Editor). [Printed in both The Peterborough Examiner & Peterborough This Week].

unpublished reports:

Haig-Brown, C., Tai, C., Teiman, G., Pendleton Jiménez, K. (2001). Recruitment and retention for traditionally marginalized peoples in graduate school. York Assessment Forum, The Centre for the Support of Teaching, York University, Toronto.

edited magazines:

Pendleton Jiménez, K. (1996-1998). (Ed.) OutWord I-V OutWord is a magazine for LGBT youth.