Gammage, K., van Ingen, C., & Angrish, K. (2021). “Measuring the Effects of the Shape Your Life Project on the Mental and Physical Health Outcomes of Survivors of Gender-Based Violence”. Violence Against Women.

van Ingen, C. (2020). “Trauma and Recovery: Violence Against Women in a Neurological Age” In Forces of Impact: Socio-Cultural Examinations of Sports Concussion. Eds., M. MacDonald & M. Ventresca. New York: Routledge. pp. 116-131.

van Ingen, C. (2020). Stabbed, Shot, Left To Die: Christy Martin and Gender-Based Violence in Boxing. International Review for the Sociology of Sport.

van Ingen, C. (2016). Getting lost as a way of knowing: The art of boxing within Shape Your Life. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. (Vol 8, No. 5). pp. 472-486.

van Ingen, C. (2011). “Spatialities of Anger: Emotional geographies in a boxing program for survivors of violence”. Sociology of Sport Journal. (Vol. 28, No. 2). pp. 171-188.

van Ingen, C. (2011). “Shape Your Life and Embrace Your Aggression: A boxing program for female and trans survivors of violence” Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal. (Vol. 19, No 2), pp. 66-73.


Health Science Dean Speaker Series,
University of the Fraser Valley (2018)
“Shape Me” MC Nari’s spoken word based on SYL interviews with participants (2018)
Alumni Speakers Series, Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport & Recreation, University of Alberta, (2017)


van Ingen, C. (2019). “Women’s Boxing: Bout Time”. In The Cambridge Companion to Boxing. Ed. Gerald Early. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 137-149.

van Ingen, C. (2013). ‘Seeing What Frames Our Seeing’: Seeking Histories on Early Black Female Boxers. Journal of Sport History. (Vol. 40, No. 2), pp. 93-110.

van Ingen, C. (2013). “Laila Ali”. In American Sports: A History of Icons, Idols, and Ideas. M.R. Nelson Ed. ABC-CLIO publishing: Santa Barbara, CA. Vol.1, pp. 26-29.

van Ingen, C. & Kovacs, N. (2012). “Subverting the Skirt: Female Boxers’ ‘Troubling’ Uniforms. Feminist Media Studies. (Vol. 12, No. 3). pp. 460-463. DOI: