Jacqueline Lewis

Dr. Jacqueline LewisJacqueline Lewis, PhD
Associate Professor

Office: CHS161-2 
Email: lewis3@uwindsor.ca
Telephone: 519-253-3000 ext. 2207



  • Crime, Deviance & Law
  • Drugs & Society
  • Health, Illness, Death & Dying
  • Social Inequality
  • Public Policy & Health
  • Prostitution & Sexual Labour
  • Qualitative Methodology


  • PhD. (1994). University of Toronto
  • MA. (1986). University of Toronto
  • BA. (1984). University of Toronto

Recent Grants:

  • Lewis, J. (2021-22). eCampus Ontario On Death & Dying eCourse Development. Government of Ontario. Award: $73,525.
  • Lewis, J. (2021-22). eCampus Ontario Psychoactive Substance Use & Social Policy eCourse Development. Government of Ontario. Award: $73,329.

Recent and Key Publications:

eCampus Books:

Articles in Professional Publications:

  • Lewis, J. (September 24, 2020). The designated driver role gets a modern update, covering dangers from COVID-19 to social media. TheConversation.com. https://tinyurl.com/mrytw57u
  • Lewis, J. (July 20, 2020). Sex Workers are Criminalized and left without Government support during the Coronavirus Pandemic. TheConversation.com. https://tinyurl.com/yck6uubw

Chapters in Books:

  • Lewis, J., Shaver, F., & Maticka-Tyndale, E. (2013). Going 'round Again: The Persistence of Prostitution-Related Stigma. In E. van der Meulen, E. Durisin, & V. Love (Eds.), Selling Sex: Canadian Academics, Advocates, and Sex Workers in Dialogue (pp. 198-209). University of British Columbia Press. https://www.ubcpress.ca/selling-sex
  • Lewis, J. & Frances, S. (2011). The Regulation of Adult Sex Work and its Impact on the Safety, Security, and Well-being of People Working in the Sex Industry in Canada. In R. Dalla, J. DeFrain, L. Baker & C. Williamson (Eds.), The Prostitution of Women, Men & Children: A Global Perspective: Implications or Research, Policy, Education & Service (pp. 237-352). Lexington Books, Inc. https://tinyurl.com/zhmusyv9

Articles in Refereed/Peer Reviewed Journals:

  • Lewis, J., & Gerus-Darbison, K. (2014). Managing Illness through Creative Engagement: Women, HIV and the Stitches Doll Project. The Qualitative Report, 19(16), 1-23.  https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2014.1242
  • McMurphy, S., Lewis, J., & Boulos, P. (2013). Extending the Olive branch: Enhancing Communication and Trust Between Research Ethics Committees and Qualitative Researchers. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics (JERHRE), 8(4), 28-36. https://doi.org/10.1525/jer.2013.8.4.28
  • Shaver, F., Lewis, J., & Maticka-Tyndale, E. (2011). Rising to the Challenge: Addressing the Concerns of People Working in the Sex Industry. Canadian Review of Sociology, 48(1), 47-65. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1755-618X.2011.01249.x
  • Lewis, J. (2010). Shifting the Focus: Restorative Justice and Sex Work. Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice — Special Edition, 52(3), 285-301. https://doi.org/10.3138/cjccj.52.3.285


  • University of Windsor Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Research, 2002.
  • University of Windsor College of Arts and Human Sciences Teaching Award, 2000.
  • University of Windsor Research and Scholarship Excellence Award, 2000.