Vaugeois, Lise, and Nicola Oddy. Forthcoming. "Exploring the Use of the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument (AUMI) in the Thunder Bay Community " In Improvising Across Abilities: Pauline Oliveros and the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument (AUMI), edited by Sherrie Tucker. University of Michigan Press.

Vaugeois, Lise C. 2019. "Eco-literate music pedagogy [Book Review]."  Music Education Research 21 (5):608-609.

Vaugeois, Lise C. 2019. "Institutional Music Education and Ranking as a Form of Subjectification." In The Oxford Handbook of Philosophical and Qualitative Assessment in Music Education, edited by David J. Elliott, Marissa Silverman and Gary E. McPherson. Oxford University Press, pp, 26-50.

Vaugeois, L. 2018. White Subjectivities, the Arts, and Power in Colonial Canada: Classical music as White Property. In A. Kraehe, R. Gaztambide-Fernández, & B. S. Carpenter II (Eds.), Palgrave Handbook on Race and the Arts. Palgrave, pp 45-67.

Vaugeois, Lise C. Jan. 14, 2014. Colonization and the Institutionalization of Hierarchies of the Human through Music Education: Studies in the Education of Feeling. PhD, Music, University of Toronto.

Vaugeois, Lise. 2012. "With whose blood have my eyes been crafted?" Middle class frameworks as barriers to social justice. In Tanglewood II, edited by A. De Quatros and A. J. Palmer. Boston: Boston University Press.

Vaugeois, Lise. 2009. 'Music education as a practice of social justice.' Canadian Music Educators Association Biennial Series, Research to Practice: Exploring social justice. How music education might matter, editors: E. Gould, C. Morton, L.R. Stewart; Series editor: Lee Bartel. Toronto: Canadian Music Educator's Association, pp 2-22.

Vaugeois, Lise. 2007. 'Social Justice and Music Education: Claiming the Space of Music Education as a Site of Postcolonial Contestation.' Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education 6, no. 4th: 163-200.

Vaugeois, Lise. 2007. Examining the Political: Materiality, ideology, and power in the lives of professional musicians. Philosophy of Music Education Review 15, no. 1, Spring: 5-22.

Vaugeois, Lise. 2007. Book Review. Sociology for Music Teachers: Perspectives for Practice, by Hildegard Froehlich, Philosophy of Music Education Review 15, no. 2, Fall: 177-80.

Vaugeois, L., Epp, J., Ford, M., Tripp-Knowles, P., April, 1996. Classroom Dynamics and Feminist Pedagogy: Engaged Learning. Applying Research to the Classroom.