Grant, Jill, Uytae Lee, Janelle Derksen, and Howard Ramos. 2019. "Neighbourhood Change and the Fate of Rooming Houses." Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 110(1): 54-69.

Ramos, Howard and Janelle Young. 2018. "Critical Events and the Funding of Indigenous Organizations." Journal of Canadian Studies. 52(2): 570-590.

Stoddart, Mark C. J., Gary Catano, and Howard Ramos. 2018. "Navigating Tourism Development in Emerging Destinations in Atlantic Canada: Local benefits, Extra-Local Challenges." Journal of Rural and Community Development 13(2): 57-75.

Grant, Jill L., Janelle Derksen, and Howard Ramos. 2018. "Regulating Marginality: How the Media Characterises a Maligned Housing Option." International Journal of Housing Policy. DOI: 10.1080/19491247.2018.1436848.

Wijesingha, Rochelle and Howard Ramos. 2017. "Human Capital or Cultural Taxation: What Accounts for Differences in Tenure and Promotion of Racialized and Female Faculty?" Canadian Journal of Higher Education 47(3): 54-75.

Kay, Emma, Howard Ramos. 2017. "Trends in State Funding of Women's Organizations: Do Provinces Fill the Gap in Periods of Neoliberalism?" American Behavioral Scientist 61(13): 1658-1678.

Ramos, Howard. 2017. "Sociology as Dangerous or Farce." Canadian Review of Sociology. 54(3)-369-371.

Wilkes, Rima, Aaron Duong, Linc Kesler, and Howard Ramos. 2017. "Canadian University Acknowledgment and Recognition of Indigenous Lands, Treaties, and Peoples." Canadian Review of Sociology 54(1): 89-120.

Potvin, Catherine et al. 2017. "Stimulating a Canadian Narrative for Climate." Facets. 2: 131-149. DOI: 10.1139/facets-2016-0029

Frances Henry, Enakshi Dua, Audrey Kobayashi, Carl James, Peter Li, Howard Ramos, and Malinda S Smith. 2016. "Race, Racialization, and Indigeneity in Canadian Universities." Race, Ethnicity and Education.

Beland, Daniel; Howard Ramos; and Karen Stanbridge. 2016. "Political Sociology is Dead. Long Live Political Sociology?" Canadian Review of Sociology 53(3): 223-339.

Ramos, Howard, Mark C. J. Stoddart, and David Chafe. 2016. "Assessing the Tangible and Intangible Benefits of Tourism: Perceptions of economic, social, and cultural impacts in Labrador's Battle Harbour Historic District." Island Studies Journal 11(1): 209-226.

Ramos, Howard. 2015. "Mapping the Field of Environmental Justice: Redistribution, Recognition and Representation in ENGO Press Advocacy." Canadian Journal of Sociology 40(3): 309-329.

Krause, Caitlin and Howard Ramos. 2015. "Sharing the Same Waters." British Journal of Canadian Studies 28(1): 23-41; doi:10.3828/bjcs.2015.2.

Stoddart Mark C.J.; Howard Ramos and David B. Tindall. 2015. "Environmentalists' Media-Work for Jumbo Pass and the Tobeatic Wilderness, Canada: Combining text-centred and activist-centred approaches to news media and social movements." Social Movement Studies 14(1): 75-91.

Hoffbauer, Andreas and Howard Ramos. 2014. "Social and Political Convergence on Environmental Events: The Roles of Simplicity and Visuality in the BP Oil Spill." Canadian Review of Sociology 51(3): 216-237.

Ramos, Howard. 2014. "How New Models Can Rejuvenate Established Insights: Reaction and Critique of Elke Winter's Us, Them, and Others." Journal of International Migration and Integration. DOI 10.1007/s12134-013-0308-2.

Prouse, Victoria; Howard Ramos; Jill Grant; and Martha Radice. 2014. "How Scale Matters: The Modifiable Areal Unit Problem and Interpreting Income Inequality in the Halifax Regional Municipality." Canadian Journal of Urban Research 23(1): Supplement pages 61-82.

Ramos, Howard. 2013. "From Ethnicity to Race in the Canadian Review of Sociology, 1964-2010." Canadian Review of Sociology 50(3): 337- 356.

Stoddart Mark C.J. and Howard Ramos. 2013. "Going local: Calls for Local Democracy and Environmental Governance at Jumbo Pass and the Tobeatic Wilderness Area." Interface 5(1): 229-252.

VanderPlaat, Madine, Howard Ramos and Yoko Yoshida. 2012. "What do Sponsored Parents and Grandparents Contribute?" Canadian Ethnic Studies 44(3): 79-96.

Ramos, Howard. 2012. "Does How You Measure Representation Matter?: Assessing the Persistence of Canadian Universities' Gendered and Colour Coded Vertical Mosaic." Canadian Ethnic Studies 44(2): 13-38.

Ramos, Howard. 2011. "How New Models Open Opportunities to Re-Understanding and Expanding Established Insights: Reaction and Critique of Elke Winter's Us, Them, and Others." Canadian Ethnic Studies 43(1-2): 265-275.

Ramos, Howard. 2008. "Opportunity for Whom?: Political Opportunity and Critical Events in Canadian Aboriginal Mobilization, 1951-2000." Social Forces 87(2): 795-823.

Ramos, Howard; James Ron and Oskar N. T. Thoms. 2007. "Shaping the Northern Media's Human Rights Coverage, 1986-2000." Journal of Peace Research 44(4): 385-406.

Ramos, Howard. 2006. "What Causes Canadian Aboriginal Protest? Examining Resources, Opportunities and Identity, 1951-2000." Canadian Journal of Sociology 31(2): 211-234.

Ron, James; Howard Ramos and Kathleen Rodgers. 2006. "What Shapes the West's Human Rights Focus?" Contexts 5(3): 23-28.

Ron, James; Howard Ramos and Kathleen Rodgers. 2005. "Transnational Information Politics: NGO Human Rights Reporting, 1986-2000." International Studies Quarterly 49(3): 557-587.

Ramos, Howard and Kevin Gosine. 2002. "The Rocket": Newspaper Coverage of the Death of a Quebec Cultural Icon, A Canadian Hockey Player." Journal of Canadian Studies 36(4): 9-31.

Ramos, Howard. 2000. "National Recognition without a State: Cree Nationalism within Canada." Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 6(2): 95-115 | @somardrawoh | (902) 494-3130