- History of Children and Youth
- Gender/Women's History
- History of Crime and Delinquency
- History of Adolescence and the Family
History of Children and Youth Group www.hcyg.ca
M. Gleason; A. Perry; T. Myers. Rethinking Canada: The Promise of Women’s History. : Oxford University Press, 2011.
T. Myers. Caught: Montreal's modern girls and the law, 1869-1945. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 2006.
B. Bradbury; T. Myers; M.History Group. Negotiating identities in 19th and 20th century Montreal. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2005.
T. Myers, “Didactic Sudden Death: Children, Police, and Teaching Citizenship in the Age of Automobility”, Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 451-475, 2015.
T. Myers, “Local Action and Global Imagining: Youth, International Development, and the Walkathon Phenomenon in Sixties' and Seventies' Canada ”, Diplomatic History, vol. 38, pp. 282-293, 2014.
T. Myers, “L’Escouade de la moralité juvénile de Montréal et la corruption des garcons dans les années 1940”, in Une histoire des sexualités au Québec, J. - P. Warren VLB Éditeur, 2012.
T. Myers, “Blistered And Bleeding, Tired And Determined: Visual Representations Of Children And Youth In The Miles For Millions Walkathon”, Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, vol. 22, 2011.
T. Myers, “Nocturnal Disorder and the Curfew Solution: A History of Juvenile Sundown Regulations in Canada”, in Lost Kids: Vulnerable Children and Youth in Twentieth-Century Canada and the United States, T. Myers, Paris, L., and Strong-Boag, V. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2010.
T. Myers, “"Women and Kids in the Court: Feminist History and Anthony Platt's The Child Savers”, in The Child Savers: The Invention of Delinquency, A. Platt New Brunswick, NJ: Rutger's University Press, 2009, pp. 213-224.
T. Myers, “"On Probation: The Rise and Fall of Jewish Women's Anti-Delinquency Work in Interwar Montreal”, in Negotiating Identities in 19th- and 20th-Century Montreal: A Collection of Essays by the Montreal History Group, T. Myers and Bradbury, B. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2005.
T. Myers and Harvey, J., “Regulation, Agency, and the Transformation of Care for "Predelinquent" Girls”, in La régulation sociale entre l'acteur et l'institution/Agency and Institutions in Social Regulation, J. - M. Fecteau Sainte-Foy, QC: Presses de l'Université du Québec, 2005, pp. 343-56.
T. Myers, “Embodying Delinquency: Boys’ Bodies, Sexuality, and Juvenile Justice History in Early-Twentieth-Century Quebec”, Journal of the History of Sexuality, vol. 14, pp. 383-414, 2005.
T. Myers and Poutanen, M. A., “Cadets, Curfews, and Compulsory Schooling: Mobilizing Anglophone Children in WWII Montreal”, Histoire sociale/Social History, vol. 38, pp. 367-398, 2005.
T. Myers, “Embodying Delinquency: Boys' Bodies, Sexuality, and Juvenile Justice History in Early-Twentieth-Century Quebec”, Journal of the History of Sexuality, vol. 14, pp. 383-414, 2005.
T. Myers and Deutsch, S., “Women and the city: gender, space, and power in Boston”, Urban History Review, vol. 32, p. 60, 2004.
T. Myers, “The evolution of the protection of children in Quebec: from its origins to our day. (Review of: Joyal, R., ed. L’évolution de la protection de l’enfance au Québec: des origines à nos jours. Sainte-Foy, Que.: Pr. de l’U. Laval, 2000)”, Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique Francaise, vol. 55, p. 445, 2002.
T. Myers, “Deserting Daughters: Runaways and the Red Light District of Montreal before 1945”, in Child Welfare and Social Action: Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, P. Starkey and Lawrence, J. Liverpool: University of Liverpool Press, 2001, pp. 15-35.
T. Myers, “Asylum, Prison, and Poorhouse: The Writings and Reform Work of Dorothea Dix”, Canadian Journal of Law and Society, vol. 16, p. 180, 2001.
T. Myers and Sangster, J., “Retorts, Runaways and Riots: Patterns of Resistance in Canadian Reform Schools for Girls, 1930-60”, Journal of Social History, vol. 34, pp. 669-697, 2001.
T. Myers and Lightner, D. L., “Asylum, prison & poorhouse: the writings & reform work of Dorothea Dix in Illinois”, Canadian Journal of Law and Society, vol. 16, p. 180, 2001.
T. Myers and Sangster, J., “Retorts, Runaways and Riots: Patterns of Resistance in Canadian Reform Schools for Girls”, Journal of Social History (USA), vol. 34, no. 3 (Spring 2001), pp. 669-97, 2001.
T. Myers, “The voluntary delinquent: Parents, daughters, and the Montreal Juvenile Delinquents’ Court in 1918”, CANADIAN HISTORICAL REVIEW, vol. 80, pp. 242-268, 1999.
T. Myers, “Vampires, dragons, and Egyptian Kings: Youth gangs in postwar New York”, URBAN HISTORY REVIEW-REVUE D HISTOIRE URBAINE, vol. 28, pp. 69-70, 1999.
T. Myers, ““Qui t’a débauchée?: Female Adolescent Sexuality and the Juvenile Delinquents’ Court in Early Twentieth-Century Montreal”, in Family Matters: Papers in Post-Confederation Canadian Family History, L. Chambers and Montigny, E. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press, 1998, pp. 377-394.
T. Myers, “Reviews – Normal Bad Boys: Public Policies, Institutions, and the Politics of Client Recruitment by Prue Rains and Eli Teram”, The Canadian Historical Review, vol. 75, p. 467, 1994.
T. Myers, “WOMEN POLICING WOMEN - A PATROL WOMAN IN MONTREAL IN THE 1910S”, JOURNAL OF THE CANADIAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION-REVUE DE LA SOCIETE HISTORIQUE DU CANADA, vol. 4, pp. 229-245, 1993.
T. Myers and Gleason, M. L., “History of Childhood in Canada (An annotated bibliography)”, Oxford Bibliographies in Childhood Studies. Oxford University Press, New York, 2013.
T. Myers and Group, M. History, “Power, place and identity: historical studies of social and legal regulation in Quebec : proceedings of a Montreal History Group conference, Montreal, May 1996”, Montreal, 1998, vol. no. 3.
T. Myers, “Criminal women and bad girls: Regulation and punishment in Montreal, 1890-1930”, 1996.
- Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Standard Grant, 2009-12, "On the Youth Beat: Age Consciousness and the Transformation of Policing Children, 1939-1960s"
- SSHRC, 2009-12, "Criminal Justice and Gendered Bodies in Quebec City and Montreal, 1840s-1930s," with Don Fyson, U. Laval (PI), Mary Anne Poutanen, Concordia (CI).
- UBC Hampton Grant, 2010, "The Miles for Millions Walkathon: International Development, Physical Culture, and Canadian Youth in the 1960s and 1970s."