ACADEMIC WRITING + TECHNICAL REPORTS
Prior, Tahnee Lisa. “Engaging Complexity: Legalizing International Arctic Environmental Governance.” in Cullen, Holly, Joanna Harrington and Catherine Renshaw (eds.) Experts, Networks, and International Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Prior, Tahnee Lisa. “Breaking the Wall of Monocentric Governance: Polycentricity in the Governance of Persistent Organic Pollutants in the Arctic.” In The Yearbook of Polar Law: Volume 5, edited by Alfredsson, Gudmundur, Timo Koivurova, and David Kenneth Leary. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
Nilsson, Annika E., Grete K. Hovelsrud, Helene Amundsen, Tahnee Prior, and Martin Sommerkorn. “Building Capacity to Adapt to and Shape Change” in Arctic Council (2016). Arctic Resilience Final Report. Carson, M. and Peterson, G. (eds.) Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm.
Craik, Neil and Tahnee Prior. “Retreat from Principle: Canada and the System of International Environmental Law.” In Canadian Environmental Policy and Politics: The Challenges of Austerity and Ambivalence (4th edition), edited by Debora VanNijnatten. Don Mills, Ont.: Oxford University Press Canada, 2016.
Tahnee Lisa Prior and Leena Heinämäki. “The Rights and Role of Indigenous Women in Climate Change Regime.” Arctic Review on Law and Politics, Vol. 8, Nov. 2017.
Prior, Tahnee Lisa, Sébastien Duyck, Leena Heinämäki, Timo Koivurova and Adam Stepien. Addressing Climate Vulnerability: Promoting the Participatory Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Women through Finnish Foreign Policy. Rovaniemi, Finland: University of Lapland Press, 2013. Access at: http://bit.ly/18GzM7s.
Ufimtseva, Anastasia and Tahnee Prior. "Developing Hydrocarbon Resources in Arctic Russia: The Role of Sino-Russian Collaboration," In Arctic Yearbook 2017, edited by Lassi Heininen, Heather Exner-Pirot, and Joel Plouffe. Akureyri, Iceland: Northern Research Forum.
"Arctic Change: A Different Kind of Lesson," with Gosia Smieszek for German Marshall Fund US
"Overlooking a Regional Crux of Vulnerability," with Rachel Kohut for Arctic Journal
Kohut, Rachel and Tahnee Prior. “Overlooking a Regional Crux of Vulnerability: Missing Women in the Arctic,” In Arctic Yearbook 2016, edited by Lassi Heininen, Heather Exner-Pirot, and Joel Plouffe. Akureyri, Iceland: Northern Research Forum.
"Local meets Global: Imagining an Intersectional Response to Mobility and Migration Issues" with Rachel Kohut for FemNorthNet under the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women.
"COP21: Why are we leaving the Arctic out in the cold?" Op-Ed with Whitney Lackenbauer in Nunatsiaq Online
"Gender & The Arctic: Three Women at Tim Hortons" (short story) with Rachel Kohut for HuSArctic
“Absence, not Abundance: where to begin with gender issues in Arctic communities?” with Rachel Kohut, for Contours Magazine is an annual student-run magazine at the McGill Faculty of Law. It seeks to map and shape the contours of debates at the intersection of women and law.
“Northern (En)Light(enment): Changing the way we think about the Arctic,” with Rachel Kohut, for Holstee’s Series on Mindful Matter. Holstee is a Brooklyn-based design studio that inspires people to live mindfully.
Featured in "28 things I wish I'd known in first year," Maclean's University Issue 2018
Featured on "Future of Women"
Featured in the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Annual Report (2015-2016)
"Meet the Canadian Top 30 under 30," in Corporate Knights
"Environment Alumni named to Corporate Knights 30 under 30," University of Waterloo
"Gender Equality is Plan A," Reykjavik Grapevine Magazine Interview
University of Waterloo Daily Bulletin
"Scholarship and Leadership go hand-in-hand at Waterloo;" University of Waterloo Strategic Plan
"Travel Hussies in the News," Adrienne Blaine's "Travel Hussies"
"Meet Tahnee: Travel Hussy & Global Policy Advocate;" Interview with Adrienne Blaine
"Trudeau Scholarship recipient has a Passion for the Arctic;" Talk of the Campus Fall 2015, University of Waterloo Magazine
Talking "Gender, Climate & the Arctic" on the University of Waterloo's Faculty of Environment #FOEShow Podcast.
"Climate Change: Are Women more Vulnerable than Men?" (Interview), University of Waterloo
"Climate Change: Are Women more Vulnerable than Men?" (Interview), Trudeau Foundation
"Making Waves: Delve into Global Discussions & Stories on our 2015 Trudeau Scholars" (press), Trudeau Foundation
"Meet Tahnee: Travel Hussy & Global Policy Advocate" on 'Travel Hussies - Reclaiming the word 'hussy' for traveling women'
Plan A feature in Northern Notes, Issue 45, Spring/Summer 2016
List of past and future presentations available upon request.