Barry D Adam, Jan Willem Duyvendak and André Krouwel. 1999. The Global Emergence of Gay and Lesbian Politics. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 381 + vi.
Barry D Adam and Alan Sears. 1996. Experiencing HIV. New York: Columbia University Press, 182 + xxiii. Available for $15 from the author.
Barry D Adam. 1995. The Rise of a Gay and Lesbian Movement. Revised Edition. Social Movements Past and Present Series. New York: Twayne Publishers, 221 + xiii.
-----. 1987. First Edition. Boston: G.K. Hall, 203 + xi.
—Selected as an Outstanding Book Published in 1987 on the Subject of Intolerance by the Gustavus Myers Center for the Study of Human Rights.
—Selected as an Outstanding Academic Book of 1987 by the library journal, Choice.
—Named among the 20 most influential books in Canadian sociology by the Canadian Journal of Sociology 26 (3)
-----. 1978. The Survival of Domination. New York: Elsevier/Greenwood, 179 + xi.
Barry D Adam and Eleanor Maticka Tyndale (editors). 2011. Special issue on Sexuality, Sexual Health and Sexual Rights. Canadian Review of Sociology 48 (3):217-338.
Barry D Adam, Richard Elliott, Patrice Corriveau, and Ken English. 2013. “Impacts of criminalization on the everyday lives of people living in with HIV in Canada” Sexuality Research and Social Policy DOI 10.1007/s13178-013-0131-8
Winston Husbands, Lydia Makoroka, Rinaldo Walcott, Barry D Adam, Clemon George, Robert Remis, and Sean Rourke. 2013. “Black gay men as sexual subjects” Culture, Health and Sexuality 15 (4):434-449.
Clemon George, Barry D Adam, Stanley Read, Winston Husbands, Robert Remis, Lydia Makaroka, and Sean Rourke. 2012. “The MaBwana black men’s study” Culture, Health and Sexuality 14 (5):549-562.
Barry D Adam. 2011. “Epistemic fault lines in biomedical and social approaches to HIV prevention” Journal of the International AIDS Society 14 (Supplement 2):S2.
Barry D Adam, Gerardo Betancourt, and Angel Serrano Sánchez. 2011. “Development of an HIV prevention and life skills program for Spanish speaking gay and bisexual newcomers” Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality 20 (1):11-17.
Barry D Adam, James Murray, Suzanne Ross, Jason Oliver, Stephen G Lincoln, and Vicki Rynard. 2011. “Hivstigma.com, an innovative web-supported stigma-reduction intervention for gay and bisexual men” Health Education Research 26 (5):795-807.
Catherine L Brooke, Barry D Adam, Jaime McCauley, and Sandra Bortolin. 2010. “Perceptions of HIV risk among lesbian, gay, and bisexual youth” Our Schools, Our Selves 19 (2):39-54.
Eric Mykhalovskiy and Marsha Rosengarten. 2009. “Commentaries on the nature of social and cultural research: Interviews on HIV/AIDS with Judy Auerbach, Susan Kippax, Steven Epstein, Didier Fassin, Barry Adam and Dennis Altman” Social Theory and Health 7 (3):296-300.
Reza Nakhaie and Barry D Adam. 2008. “Political affiliation of Canadian university professors” Canadian Journal of Sociology 33(4):875-900.
Barry D Adam, Richard Elliott, Winston Husbands, James Murray and John Maxwell. 2008. “Effects of the criminalization of HIV transmission in Cuerrier on men reporting unprotected sex with men” Canadian Journal of Law and Society 23 (1–2):143-159.
Barry D Adam, Winston Husbands, James Murray and John Maxwell. 2008. “Silence, assent, and HIV risk” Culture, Health and Sexuality 10 (8):759-772.
Barry D Adam, Winston Husbands, James Murray and John Maxwell. 2008. “Circuits, networks, and HIV risk management” AIDS Education and Prevention 20 (5):420-435.
Tarik Bereket and Barry D Adam. 2008. “Navigating Islam and same-sex liaisons among men in Turkey” Journal of Homosexuality 55 (2):204-222.
Barry D Adam. 2006. “Infectious behaviour: Imputing subjectivity to HIV transmission” Social Theory and Health 4:168-179.
Tarik Bereket and Barry D Adam. 2006. “The emergence of gay identities in contemporary Turkey” Sexualities 9 (2): 131-151.
—received Best Article Award in the Sociology of Sexualities, American Sociological Association.
Barry D Adam. 2006. “Relationship innovation in male relationships” Sexualities 9 (1):5-26.
Barry D Adam, Winston Husbands, James Murray and John Maxwell. 2005. “AIDS optimism, condom fatigue, or self esteem?” Journal of Sex Research 42 (3):238-248.
Barry D Adam. 2005. “Constructing the neoliberal sexual actor” Culture, Health and Sexualit 7 (4):333-346.
Barry D Adam, Winston Husbands, James Murray and John Maxwell. 2005. “Risk construction in reinfection discourses of HIV-positive men” Health, Risk and Society 7 (1):63-71.
Barry D Adam. 2004. “Care, intimacy, and same-sex partnership in the 21st century” Current Sociology 52(2): 265–279.
-----. 2003. “The ‘Defense of Marriage Act’ and American exceptionalism” Journal of the History of Sexuality 12 (2):259-276.
Barry D Adam, Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale and Jeffrey J Cohen. 2003. “Adherence practices among people living with HIV” AIDS Care 15 (2):263-274.
Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale, Barry D Adam, and Jeffrey J Cohen. 2002. “Sexual desire and practice among people living with HIV and using combination anti-retroviral therapies” Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality 11 (1):33-40.
Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale, Barry D Adam, and Jeffrey J Cohen. 2002. "To work or not to work" Qualitative Health Research 12 (10):1353-1372.
Barry D Adam. 2002. "Theorizing the globalization of gay and lesbian movements" Research in Political Sociology 10: 123-137.
James Murray and Barry D Adam. 2001. "Aging, sexuality, and HIV issues among older gay men" Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality 10 (3/4):75-90.
Barry D Adam. 2000. "Age preferences among gay and bisexual men" GLQ 6 (3):413-434.
-----. 2000. "Love and sex in constructing identity among men who have sex with men" International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies 5 (4):325-339.
Barry D Adam, Alan Sears and E Glenn Schellenberg. 2000. "Accounting for unsafe sex" Journal of Sex Research 37 (1):259-271.
Jeffrey Shantz and Barry D Adam. 1999. "Ecology and class" International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 19 (7-8):43-72.
Barry D Adam. 1998. "Theorizing homophobia" Sexualities 1 (4):387-404.
Barry D Adam and Alan Sears. 1994. "Negotiating sexual relationships after testing HIV-positive" Medical Anthropology 16:63-77.
Barry D Adam. 1993. "Post-Marxism and the new social movements" Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 30 (3):316-336.
-----. 1993. "In Nicaragua" Journal of Homosexuality 24 (3/4):171-181.
-----. 1991. "Nicaragua, the peace process, and television news" Canadian Journal of Communication 16 (1):19-39.
-----. 1990. "Television news constructs the 1990 Nicaragua election" Critical Sociology 17 (1):99-109.
-----. 1989. "The state, public policy, and AIDS discourse" Contemporary Crises 13:1-14.
-----. 1988. "Neighborhood democracy in Nicaragua" Dialectical Anthropology 13 (1):5-15.
-----. 1988. "On domination in states and pleasures" Dalhousie Review 66 (4):455-467.
-----. 1986. "The construction of a sociological 'homosexual' in Canadian textbooks" Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 23 (3):399-411.
-----. 1985. "Structural foundations of the gay world" Comparative Studies in Society and History 27 (4):658-670.
-----. 1985. "Age, structure, and sexuality" Journal of Homosexuality 11 (3/4):19-33.
Barry D Adam and Douglas E. Baer. 1984. "The social mobility of women and men in the Ontario legal profession" Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 21 (1):21-46.
Barry D Adam and Kathleen A Lahey. 1981. "Legal opportunities" Canadian Bar Review 59 (December):674-686.
Barry D Adam. 1981. "Stigma and employability" Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 18 (2):216-221.
-----. 1978. "Inferiorization and 'self-esteem'" Social Psychology Quarterly 41 (March):47-53.
2013. “Advancing our knowledge” (with Jacqueline Gahagan, Christina Ricci, Randy Jackson, Tracey Prentice, and Judy Mill) in Women and HIV Prevention in Canada, edited by Jacqueline Gahagan. Toronto: Women’s Press, pp 49-84.
2011. “Foreword” to Judging Homosexuals by Patrice Corriveau. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, pp. vii-ix.
2009. “How might we create a collectivity that we would want to belong to?” in Gay Shame, edited by David Halperin and Valerie Traub. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp 301-311.
2009. “Lesbian, gay, transsexual, bisexual movements” in International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest, edited by Immanuel Ness. Malden, MA: Blackwell, pp. 2092–2096.
2009. “The emergence of a poz sexual culture” in The Story of Sexual Identity, edited by Phillip Hammack and Bertram Cohler. New York: Oxford University Press, pp 207-222.
2007. “Why be queer?” in Questioning Sociology, edited by George Pavlich and Myra Hird. Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press, pp. 71-79.
2007. “Homophobia and heterosexism” in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, edited by George Ritzer. Malden, MA: Blackwell, v. 5, pp. 2152-2154.
2005. “Domination, resistance, and subjectivity” in The Blackwell Companion to Social Inequalities, edited by Mary Romero and Eric Margolis. Malden, MA: Blackwell, pp. 100-114.
2004. “Vivre avec les multithérapies” (with Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale and Jeffrey J Cohen” in Les traitements anti-rétroviraux, edited by Joseph Lévy, Janine Pierret, and Germain Trottier. Sainte Foy, Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec, pp. 153-194.
2002. "From liberation to transgression and beyond" in Handbook of Lesbian and Gay Studies, edited by Diane Richardson and Steve Seidman. London: Sage, pp. 15-26.
2002. "Homosexuality and crime" in Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice: Second Edition, edited by Joshua Dressler. New York: Macmillan Reference, v. 2, pp. 797-804.
2001. "Globalization and the mobilization of gay and lesbian communities" in Globalization and Social Movements, edited by Pierre Hamel, Henri Lustiger-Thaler, Jan Nederveen Pieterse, and Sasha Roseneil. New York: St Martin's/Palgrave, pp. 166-179.
1999. “Queer theory” in The Norton Dictionary of Modern Thought: Third Edition, edited by Alan Bullock and Stephen Trombley. New York: Norton, p. 718; also published as The New Fontana Dictionary of Modern Thought. London: HarperCollins.
1998. "HIV and the state of the family" (with Alan Sears) in Transgressing Borders, edited by Suzan Ilcan and Lynne Phillips. Westport, CT: Greenwood, pp. 19-33.
1997. "Mobilizing around AIDS" in In Changing Times, edited by Martin Levine, Peter Nardi, and John Gagnon. University of Chicago Press, pp. 23-38.
1996. "Constructing sexuality in the AIDS era" in Social Control in Canada, edited by Bernard Schissel and Linda Mahood. Toronto: Oxford University Press, pp. 227-240.
1996. "Introduction" to Public and Private, edited by David Klinck. Windsor: University of Windsor Humanities Research Group, pp. ix-xii.
1995. "The imperial gaze" in Studies in Communications, edited by Thelma McCormack and Robert Avery. Volume 5. Greenwich, CT: JAI, pp. 113-137.
1994. "Anatomy of a panic" in Gays and Lesbians in the Military, edited by Wilbur Scott and Sandra Stanley. Hawthorne, NY: Aldine de Gruyter, pp. 103-118.
1993. "Introduction" to Constructing Sexualities, edited by Jacqueline Murray. Windsor: University of Windsor Humanities Research Group, pp. vii-xi.
1993. "Winning rights and freedoms in Canada" in The Third Pink Book, edited by Aart Hendriks, Rob Tielman and Evert van der Veen. Buffalo: Prometheus, pp. 25-37.
1992. "Sex and caring among men" in Modern Homosexualities, edited by Kenneth Plummer. London: Routledge, pp. 175-183.
1992. "Social inequality in Canada" in Profiles of Canada, edited by Kenneth Pryke and Walter Soderlund. Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman, pp. 58-72.
1992. "Sociology and people living with AIDS" in The Social Context of AIDS, edited by Joan Huber and Beth Schneider. Newbury Park, CA: Sage, pp. 3-18.
1991. "Gay and lesbian movement" in Women's Studies Encyclopedia, Volume 3, edited by Helen Tierney. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, pp. 167-168.
1990. "Paleo-Siberian peoples" and "Siwa oasis" in Encyclopedia of Homosexuality, edited by Wayne Dynes. New York: Garland, v. 2, pp. 940-941, 1198.
1979. "A social history of gay politics" in Gay Men: A Sociology of Male Homosexuality, edited by Martin P. Levine, New York: Harper & Row, pp. 285-300.
Re-published, revised, and new editions
2012. “Emergence of a poz sexual culture” in Queerly Canadian, edited by Maureen FitzGerald and Scott Rayter. Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press, pp. 197-209.
2011. “Hivstigma.com, an innovative web-supported stigma reduction intervention for gay and bisexual men” HIV This Week, A blog from the office of the Chief Scientific Adviser to UNAIDS 91.
2010. “Relationship innovation in male couples” in Understanding Non-Monogamies, edited by Meg Barker and Darren Langdridge. London: Routledge, pp. 55-69.
2008. “Le basi strutturali del mondo omosessuale” in Per una sociologia dell’omosessualità, edited by Luca Trappolin. Roma: Carocci editore, pp. 23-32.
2007. “Relationship innovation in male couples” in The Sexual Self, edited by Michael Kimmel. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press, pp. 122-140.
2007. “Gay, lesbian, and queer studies” in The Handbook of 21st Century Sociology, edited by Clifton Bryant and Dennis Peck. Sage, v. 2, pp. 410-416.
2005. “Cuidados, intimidad y relaciones entre sexos iguales en el siglo XXI” Sexología y Sociedad 11 (28):21-32.
2005. “Infectious behaviour” HIV Prevention Plus (Newsletter of the Canadian HIV/AIDS Information Centre) 6 (4):3.
2002. "Theorizing the globalization of gay and lesbian movements" in Sociological Views on Political Participation in the 21st Century, edited by Betty Dobratz, Timothy Buzzell, and Lisa Waldner. Oxford: JAI, pp. 123-137.
2001. "Accounting for unsafe sex" (with Alan Sears & E Glenn Schellenberg) in Investigating Deviance, edited by Bruce Jacobs. Los Angeles: Roxbury Publishing, pp. 254-272.
2000. "Globalization and the mobilization of gay and lesbian communities" in Sociological Footprints: Eighth Edition, edited by Leonard Cargan and Jeanne Ballantine. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, pp. 455-459.
1998. "Negotiating sexual relationships after testing HIV-positive" (with Alan Sears) in The Family and HIV Today, edited by Robert Bor and Jonathan Elford. London: Cassell, pp. 41-57.
1997. "Anatomy of a panic" and "Structural foundations of the gay world" in Social Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Studies, edited by Peter Nardi and Beth Schneider. New York: Routledge, pp. 220-229, 467-476.
1997. "Post-Marxism and the new social movements" in Organizing Dissent, Second Edition, edited by William Carroll. Toronto: Garamond, pp. 39-56.
1996. "Structural foundations of the gay world" in Queer Theory/Sociology, edited by Steven Seidman. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell, pp. 111-126.
1993. "Composite portrait of inferiorized people" Reprinted in Solutions to Problems of Race, Class, and Gender, edited by Vernon McClean and Lois Lyles. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt, pp. 23-30.
1992. "The construction of a sociological 'homosexual' in Canadian textbooks" and "Inferiorization and 'self-esteem'" in Sociology of Homosexuality, edited by Wayne Dynes and Stephen Donaldson. New York: Garland, pp. 19-39.
1992. "Television news constructs the 1990 Nicaraguan election" in Critical Studies of Canadian Mass Media, edited by Marc Grenier. Toronto: Butterworths, pp. 301-311.
1992. "The state, public policy, and AIDS discourse" in Fluid Exchanges, edited by James Miller. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 305-320.
1989. "The AIDS crisis" in Feminist Frontiers II, edited by Laurel Richardson and Verta Taylor. New York: Random House, pp. 306-309.
1985. "Age, structure and sexuality" in Anthropology and Homosexual Behavior, edited by Evelyn Blackwood. New York: Haworth Press, pp. 19-34.
Research reports and handbooks
Barry D Adam, Sandra Gardner, Jason Globerman, Carol Major, Diana Campbell, and Lucia Light. 2013. The Gay Men's Testing Blitz: An evaluation of the 2011/12 campaign in Toronto and Ottawa. Ontario HIV Treatment Network.
Barry D Adam, Richard Elliott, Patrice Corriveau, Robb Travers, and Ken English. 2012. How criminalization is affecting people living with HIV in Ontario. Ontario HIV Treatment Network.
Ted Myers, Robert Remis, Winston Husbands, Orhan Hassan, Christiane Bouchard, Charles Shamess, Bruce Clarke, Peter Richtig, John Maxwell, Frank McGee, James Murray, Barry D Adam, and Dan Allman. 2011. Lambda Survey: M-Track Ontario second generation surveillance. Public Health Agency of Canada.
Barry D Adam. 2010. Research on HIV risk among gay and bisexual men: Second edition. AIDS Bureau, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
Barry D Adam. 2009. Sexual Diversity in Schools. Ottawa: Public Health Agency of Canada.
Winston Husbands, Lydia Makoroka, Clemon George, Barry D Adam, Robert Remis, Sean Rourke, and Joseph Beyene. 2009. MaBwana: Health, community and vulnerability to HIV among African, Caribbean and Black gay and bisexual men in Toronto. African and Caribbean Council on HIV/AIDS in Ontario.
Barry D Adam, Winston Husbands, James Murray and John Maxwell. 2007. Risk Management in Circuits of Gay and Bisexual Men, a report to the Ontario HIV Treatment Network. AIDS Committee of Toronto.
Barry D Adam. 2006. “Research on HIV risk among gay and bisexual men” in Ontario Gay Men’s HIV Prevention Strategy. AIDS Bureau, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, pp. 4-48.
Barry D Adam, Winston Husbands, James Murray and John Maxwell. 2003. Renewing HIV Prevention for Gay and Bisexual Men, a report to Health Canada.
Barry D Adam, Eleanor Maticka-Tyndale and Jeffrey J Cohen. 2001. Living with Combination Therapies, a report to the Ontario HIV Treatment Network.
Barry D Adam, Alan Sears and E Glenn Schellenberg 1998. Sexual Meanings and Safer Sex Practices, report to the National Health and Research Development Program of Health Canada; abstracted in Determinants of Risk for HIV. (pp. 24-26) Ottawa: Health Canada, 2000.
Barry D Adam and Alan Sears. 1993. People with HIV/AIDS Talk...About Life, Love, Work, and Family, a handbook for people living with HIV disease. AIDS Committee of Windsor.