Daniel, C. (2010). Navigating diverse landscapes. In G. Szarycz (Eds.). Research realities in the social sciences: Negotiating fieldwork dilemmas. (pp. 67-91). Cambria Press.
Williams, C. and Daniel, C. (2007). The Caribbean. In Irwin Epstein (Eds.). The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Children Issues Worldwide. (pp. 30-48). Greewood Press.
Spooner, M., Daniel, C. & Mahoney A. (2004). Confronting the reality: An overview of the impact of HIV/AIDS on the Caribbean community. Published simultaneously as the Journal of Immgrant and Refugee Services, 2(3), 49-67. In A. Mahoney (Eds.). The health and well-being of Caribbean immigrants in the United States. (pp. 49-67). New York: Haworth Press.
Daniel, C. (2004). Social work with West Indian families: A multilevel approach. Published simultaneously as the Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Services, 2(3), 135-145. In A. Mahoney (Eds.). The health and well-being of Caribbean immigrants in the Unites States. (pp. 135-145). New York: Haworth Press.
Daniel, C. & Logie, C. (2017). Transactional sex among young women in post-earthquake Haiti: Prevalence and vulnerability to HIV. Journal of Sociology and Social Work. DOI: 10.15640/jssw.v5n1a1
Logie, C., Daniel, C. & Ahmed, Lash (2017) Life under the tent is not safe, especially for youngwomen”: Understanding intersectional violence among internally displaced youth in Leogane, Haiti: Global Health Action 10 (sup2), 1270816
Logie, C., Daniel, C. & Ying Wang (2016), ) Factors associated with consistent condom use among internally displaced women in Leogane, Haiti: results from a cross-sectional tablet-based survey. Sexually Transmitted Infections.
Daniel, C. & Logie C. (2016), Contexts of Risk: A photo-voice study of Haitian youth perceptions of their HIV risk. Global Social Welfare, Vol 3 (2)
Logie, C & Daniel, C. (2015), “My body is mine” Qualitatively exploring agency among internally displaced women participants in a small group intervention in Leogane Haiti. Global Public Health.
Logie, C, Daniel, C, Newman, P & Loutfy, M. (2014), A psycho-educational HIV/STI prevention intervention for internally displaced women in Leogane, Haiti: Results from a non-randomized cohort pilot study. PLOS One, 2.
Logie, C. & Daniel, C. (2013), Exploring unintended social side effects of tent distribution practices in post earthquake Haiti. Stability: International Journal of Security and Development, Vol 2.
Logie, C, Daniel, C, Newman, P & Loutfy, M (2012), An HIV/STI prevention intervention for internally displaced women in Leogane, Haiti:Study protocol for an N-of-1 pilot study. BMJ Open Access, doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2012-001634, 1-7.
Daniel, C. (2011), The path to social work: Contextual determinants of career choice among ethnic/racial minority students in the United States. Social Work Education, 30, 895-910.
Daniel,C. & Quiros, L. (2010), Disrupting the dominant discourse: Rethinking identity development in social work education and practice. The International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, 10(4), pp.283-294.
Daniel, C. (2010), Lessons learned: Pedagogical tensions and struggles with instruction on multiculturalism in social work education programs. Social Work Education.
Clausen, J., Daniel, C., Hoch, N., Moore, T. & Mutnick, D. (2008), Intersections: A place to do. Reflections: A Journal of writing Community Literarcy and Service Learning, 7(3), 103-132.
Daniel, C. (2008), From Liberal pluralism to critical multiculturalism: The need for a paradigm shift in social work education in the United States. Journal of Progressive Human Services, 19 (1), 103-132.
Daniel, C. (2007), Critical race theory, graduate education and barriers to professionalization. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 34(1), 25-41.
Mahoney, A. & Daniel, C. (2006), Bridging the power gap: Narrative therapy with incarcerated women. The Prison Journal, 86(1), 75-88.
Spooner, M., Daniel, C. & Mahoney A. (2004), Confronting the reality: An overview of the impact of HIV/AIDS on the Caribbean community. Journal of Refugee and Immigrant services, 2(3), 49-67.
Daniel, C. (2004), Social work with West Indian families: A multilevel approach. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Services, 2(3), 135-145.
Daniel, C. (November 2016). Paper presentation, “Lifting the veil of power and subjectivity: Identity and resistance in academia” at Decoloniality: The National Women Studies Association Annual Conference, Montreal Quebec.
Daniel, C & Logie C. (August 2016). Paper presentation, “Gendered risk: Sexuality in risk environments” at Transgressing boundaries and the intersection of sexualities in Social work. Sexuality and Social Work Conference. Olten, Switzerland.
Logie, C. & Daniel, C. (2016). "Understanding HIV Vulnerability Among Internally Displaced Women in Leogane, Haiti: Implications for Multi-Level Interventions". In the 2016 SSWR Annual Conference, . January 2016.. Washington, DC.
Daniel, C. & Logie, C. (2014). Transactional sex and the limits of agency: A contextual analysis of young women’s sexual practices in post-earthquake Haiti. In 64th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. San Francisco, CA.
Logie, C & Daniel, C. (2014). My body is mine": A qualitative study of sexuality, empowerment and agency among internally displaced women in Leogane, Haiti. In 20th Annual International AIDS Conference. Melbourne, Australia.
Logie, C. & Daniel, C (2014). An HIV/STI Prevention Intervention With Internally Displaced Women In Leogane, Haiti: Results From An Observational Cohort Pilot Study. In 2014 Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research. San Antonio, TX.
Daniel, C.& Logie,L (2014). Picturing Risk: A Photovoice Study of Haitian Youths Perceptions of Their HIV Risk. In 2014 Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research. San Antonio, TX.
Logie, C. & Daniel, C. (2013). The social and structural production of HIV risk among internally displaced youth in Leogane, Haiti. In 121st Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Honolulu, HI..
Daniel, C.& Logie,L (2013). Portraits of our lives: Using photovoice to understand HIV risk among young people in Haiti. In NYU Global Health and Well-Being Conference. New York, NY.
Logie, C., Daniel, C., Newman, P.A. & Loutfy, M. (2013). An HIV/STI prevention intervention with internally displaced women in Leogane, Haiti: Results from a Grand Challenges Canada Rising Star in Global Health pilot study. In the 22nd Annual Canadian Conference of HIV/AIDS Research (CAHR). Vancouver, Canada.
Daniel,C & Logie, C (2012). Explorations in methodology: Unpacking the tensions of race, class and gender in international HIV prevention intervention research. In XIX International AIDS Conference. Washington, DC.
Daniel, C. & Gregg, G. (2011). The Master’s Tools cannot Dismantle the Master’s House”: Centering Black Women’s Experiences in Qualitative Research. In 7th International Conference of qualitative Inquiry. Urbana, Champaign.
Daniel, C. L. & Quiros, L. (2010). Disrupting the Dominant Discourse: A New Vision of Human Behavior and Identity Development in Social Work Education and Practice. In 10th International Conference on Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations. Belfast, Ireland.
Quiros, L., Daniel, C. L., Gregg, G. & Kyriakakis, S. (2010). Keeping and Crossing Boundaries: Negotiating identities in qualitative research. In Sixth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois. Urbana-Champaign.
Daniel, CarolAnn & Logie Carmen (2009). Understanding HIV stigma as a barrier to help seeking behavior among Caribbean immigrant women. In Caribbean Studies Association. Kingston, Jamaica.
CarolAnn Daniel (2008). Research across difference:Perspectives on being an insider/outsider. In 9th Annual International Qualitative Conference. Alberta, Canada..
Daniel, C.& Amandia Speaks- Lewis (2007). Socio-cultural realities of care: How immigration related factors affect service use among HIV positive West Indian Immigrants. In The 8th Biennial Caribbean and International Social Work Educators Conference. Trinidad, West Indies.
CarolAnn Daniel (2006). Achieving Educational Equity for Students of Color. In Society for the Study of Social Problems. Montreal Quebec.
CarolAnn Daniel (2006). "Keeping It Real: An Empowerment Approach to HIV Prevention among Caribbean Women.". In Annual Conference of the Caribbean Studies Association,. Port of Spain, Trinidad.
CarolAnn Daniel (2006). A Dream Deferred: Critical Race Theory, Graduate Education and Barriers to Professionalization. In Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting. Boston, USA.
CarolAnn Daniel (2001). Teaching About Oppression and Social and Economic Justice. In Social Welfare Action Alliance Annual Conference. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Daniel, C. ( April 12-17). Theorizing vulnerability and its connections to HIV risks Paper presentation at The XVI International Conference on African and African-American Culture: The Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Oriente and the UNESCO Chair in Afro-Ibero American Studies of the University of Alcalá, Santiago de Cuba.
Daniel, C. (May 2014). Panel discussant. Environmental change and risky sexual behavior: Linkages through livelihoods. Columbia University Seminar on Full Employment, Social Welfare and Equity. Columbia University, NY, NY
Daniel, C. (2014) Guest speaker. What does displace women want? Try asking them. 4th anniversary earthquake conference on the status of Haiti. SHALI annual earthquake conference. Long Island, NY
Daniel, C. (2011, June). When Being Black is not Enough: Rethinking Qualitative Research in Black Communities. Bogata, Colombia.
Daniel, C. (2011, May). The current status of women in Haiti one year later: Where do we go from here? Brooklyn for Peace Annual Conference, (May 2011).
Daniel, C. (2009, 02). Caribbean immigrants and HIV prevention. Department of Health & Mental Health at the Public Health Library. NY, NY
Daniel, C. (2009, February). Factors affecting the socialization experiences of minority students in graduate education programs. Multicultural Student Alliance. Adelphi University School of Social Work. Garden City, NY.
Daniel, C. (2007, June). The Caribbean and its Diaspora in the Americas: Challenges and opportunities in the 21st Century. Caribbean Women’s Health Association, Brooklyn, NY, (June, 2007)..
Daniel, C. Collaborator (2018-2019) PI: Carmen Logie. Co-applicant. Richard Parker ($65,784): Project Title: Exploring Grassroots Knowledge and Coalition Building Across Sexual Rights Social Movements. Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada Insight Development Grant.
Daniel, C. (Co-investigator); Logie, C., Kyambebe, P., & Mbuagbaw, L (Co Applicant) ($455,175). (2018-2021). Tushirikiane (Supporting Each Other): Development, Implementation and Evaluation of Novel HIV Self-Testing Delivery Approaches with Urban Displaced and Refugee Adolescent Girls in Uganda. The Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Daniel, C. and Logie, C. (Co-PI,). ($113,000) (2011-2012). Development and Evaluation of a Tablet-based Community Health Worker Delivered HIV/STI Prevention Intervention for Women Living in Internally Displaced Persons Camps in Leogane, Haiti. Grand Challenges Canada.
Daniel C. and Logie, C. (Co- PI,). ($24,970). 2012-2013. Developing an Interdisciplinary Research Team to Understand HIV Prevention Priorities among youths 14-24 Living in Internally Displaced Persons Camps in Léogâne, Haiti. The Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Internal Grants: funded
Daniel, C. (PI). ($4794). 2013-2014. Adelphi University Faculty Development Grant. Efficacy of a community health-worker delivered HIV/STI prevention intervention for internally displaced women in Leogane Haiti. A 12-month follow-up for an N-of-1 pilot study. Adelphi University Faculty Development Grant.
Daniel, C. (PI) ($2,200). 2015-2016. Adelphi University Faculty Development Grant. Efficacy of a community health-worker delivered HIV/STI prevention intervention for internally displaced women in Leogane Haiti. Data analyses for a 12-month follow-up.
Honors and Accomplishments
Honors and Accomplishments
2016 Black students United (2016). Outstanding commitment to creating diversity
and inclusion within the university. Adelphi University, NY
2016 Collaboration Project (2016). Outstanding contributions to the Racial Justice
Matters campaign. Adelphi University, NY
Manuscript reviewer for:
BMC International Health and Human Rights
Journal of Social Work Education,
Member, New York City Social Work Education Consortium- The consortium is charged with investigation the issue of disproportionality in child welfare
Manuscript Reviewer for the International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, 2010
Ad hoc reviewer for the Professional Staff Congress Faculty Development Grants (invited) 2007
Co- Chaired Social Workers for Peace and Social Justice, NASW , New York City Chapter (1999)
Co-Chair, Adelphi University Diversity Committee, 2010- present
Faculty Co-Chair, Adelphi University Diversity Committee, 2012 -present
Chair, Faculty of Color Recruitment and Retention Subcommittee of the Adelphi University Diversity Committee, Fall 2017- present
Series Coordinator, Literature and the Human Condition, 2014-2016
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