Articles in Refereed Journals
Lazarus, L. 2018. “Defending the Family, Safeguarding the Nation: An Examination of Evangel-
ical Mobilisation in Present-day Barbados.” Culture and Religion 19 (4): 394-415.
Lazarus, L. 2016. "Religion and Rights: Is there Still Room for Christianity at the Table?” Culture
and Religion 17 (1): 35-55.
Lazarus, L. 2016. “Introduction: Negotiating Religions and Cultural Identities in Caribbean Societies.” Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies 41 (1):1-12.
Lazarus, L. 2015. “Sexual Citizenship and Conservative Christian Mobilisation in Jamaica.”
Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies 40 (1): 109-140.
Lazarus, L. 2013. “Working with Marginalised and Hidden Populations: Researchers’ Anxieties and Strategies for Doing Less Harmful Research.” Caribbean Review of Gender Studies 7: 1-22. https://sta.uwi.edu/crgs/december2013/index.asp
Lazarus, L. 2012. “This is a Christian Nation: Gender and Sexuality in Processes of Constitutional and Legal Reform in Jamaica.” Social Economic Studies 61 (3): 117-143.
Lazarus, L. 2011. “Heteronationalism, Human Rights and the Nation-State: Positioning Sexuality in the Jamaican Constitutional Reform Process.” Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 36 (71): 71-108.
Lazarus, L. “Studying Religious Mobilizations in the Anglophone Caribbean: A Feminist Critical
Reading of Discourse.” In Methodologies in Caribbean Research on Gender & Sexuality.
Edited by Halimah APast Projects:
2018-2019: The Prison Survey and Correctional Needs Assessment Project.
Project conducted on behalf of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). May 2019. Dr. Lazarus was the lead researcher for the Correctional Needs Assessment.
2017: ‘Barbados National Values Assessment Project’ for the 50th Anniversary of Independence Celebrations Secretariat with Dr. Don Marshall, Dr. Jonathan Lashley, Dr. Corin Bailey, Dr. Karen Lord, Ms. Beverly Hinds, and Mr. Jamal Smith.
2015: ‘Youth are the Future: The Imperative of Youth Employment for Sustainable Development in the Caribbean’. Project conducted on behalf of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) to investigate the current state of youth unemployment in the Caribbean as well as causes, consequences, costs and solutions. (Lashley, J.G., Marshall, D., Bailey, C., Lazarus, L., Crawford, C., Lord, K. and Hin.F. DeShong and Kamala Kempadoo. Ian Randle Publishers. (in press)