Barratt, Sue Ann and Aleah N. Ranjitsingh. 2021. Dougla in the 21st Century: Adding to the Mix. Jackson: University of Mississippi Press.
Barratt, Sue Ann and Aleah N. Ranjitsingh. 2021. “Recognising Selves in Others: Situating Dougla Manoeuverability as Shared Mixed-Race Ontology.” In The Boundaries of Mixedness: A Global Perspective, edited by Erica Chito Childs. New York: Routledge.
Ranjitsingh, Aleah. N. 2016. “Women’s Political Leadership in Trinidad and Tobago: Understandings, Experiences and Negotiations.” In Negotiating Gender, Policy and Politics: Feminist Strategies, Masculinist Resistances and the Possibilities for Transformation in the Caribbean, edited by Gabrielle Jamela Hosein and Jane Parpart. New York: Rowman and Littlefield. 45-66.
Ranjitsingh, Aleah. N. 2013. “¿El Estado Somos Todos? Women and 21st Century Socialism in the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.” In Violent and Vulnerable Performances: Challenging the Boundaries of Masculinities and Femininities, edited by K. Kis and Aleah N. Ranjitsingh. Oxford: Interdisciplinary Press.
Peer Reviewed Research
Barratt, Sue Ann and Aleah N. Ranjitsingh. 2018. “Recognising Selves in Others: Situating Dougla Manoeuverability as Shared Mixed-Race Ontology.” Journal of Intercultural Studies. Special Issue on Critical Mixed Race.
Ranjitsingh, Aleah. N. 2016. “Women and Change in Hugo Chávez’s Bolivarian Revolution.” Caribbean Review of Gender Studies (CRGS). IGDS Gold: Advancing Caribbean Feminist Scholarship. Issue 10. 93-114. https://sta.uwi.edu/crgs/december2016/documents/CRGS_10_Pgs95_116_ANRanjitsingh_WomenandChang eXX.pdf
Ranjitsingh, Aleah. N. 2014. “The People and the Revolution – In Defense of 21st Century Socialism.” Caribbean Journal of International Relations and Diplomacy. Vol. 2, No. 1. 61-74
Ranjitsingh, Aleah. N. 2022. Review of the book Engendering Revolution. Women, Unpaid Labor, and Maternalism in Bolivarian Venezuela, by Rachel Elfenbein. The Latin Americanist 66(2), 239-240.
Ranjitsingh, Aleah. N. 2017. “Interrogating Constructions of Blackness and Masculinity(ies) – A Comparative Approach.” Building Asian American Studies across the Community College Classroom. Participant Reflections and Sample Teaching Materials. Center for Ethnic Studies, Borough of Manhattan Community College. https://buildingaas.commons.gc.cuny.edu/?portfolio=interrogating-constructions-of-blackness-and-masculinityies-a-comparative-approach
Ranjitsingh, Aleah. N. 2014. “Women’s Political Leadership in Trinidad and Tobago: Understandings, Experiences and Negotiations.” International Development Research Center (IDRC) Research Report 106430-001. https://idl-bnc-idrc.dspacedirect.org/bitstream/handle/10625/53629/IDL-53629.pdf?isAllowed=y&sequence=1k
Ranjitsingh, Aleah. N. 2013. “Twenty-first Century Socialism and the Venezuelan Woman. The Chávez Legacy.” 1804 Caribvoices. http://1804caribvoices.org/articles/2013/03/twenty-first-century-socialism-and-the-venezuelan-woman/
Ranjitsingh, Aleah. N. 2016. “Caribbean Gender Assessment (CGA) of St. Lucia. 2016.” Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and Rawwida Baksh and Associates. http://www.caribank.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/CountryGenderAssessmentStLucia.pdf
Ranjitsingh, Aleah N. 2020. “As a Black Educator I have always been resilient.” Medium. https://medium.com/@aleahnr2/as-a-black-educator-i-have-always-been-resilient-d8a352f19f90
Ranjitsingh, Aleah. N. 2020. “Tears Across the Caribbean Sea – A reflection on the mutuality of the Black Lives Matter Movement in the United States and the Caribbean.” Medium. https://medium.com/@aleahnr2/tears-across-the-caribbean-sea-9d0fff8fdf66
Ranjitsingh, Aleah. N. 2020. “On Academia, Rejection and Motherhood.” Medium. https://medium.com/@aleahnr2/on-academia-rejection-and-motherhood-f6b456a95838