(if you would like PDF copies of any writings listed below, don’t hestitate to contact me and I will send it your way!)
“Makers and Keepers: Two Lives, Through Photographs.” Special issue on Black Canadian Creativity, Expressive Cultures, and Narratives of Space and Place in Canadian Journal of History/Annales canadiennes d’histoire, 56.3, Ed. Cheryl Thompson (Winter 2021): 292-319.
“In the Legacy of Marronage: The Sir George Williams Affair and Acts of Refusal, Protest, and Care.” Special issue on Protests and Pedagogy. (Forthcoming, 2021).
“Life After Demolition: The Absented Presence of Montreal’s Negro Community Centre.” Special issue on Loss and the City in Urban History Review 48.2, Eds. Laura Madokoro, Steven High, and Laura Ishiguro (Spring 2021): 56-75.
“Beyond Ontological Autonomy: Finding One’s Self in Relations” in Identity Landscapes: Contemplating Place and the Construction of Self. Ed. Ellyn Lyle. Brill | Sense Publishers, 2020, pp. 174-184. Co-written with Peter Graham, Mindy Carter, and Rena Upitis.
ESSAYS & DISSERTATIONS
“Prolonging the Afterimage: Looking At and Talking about Photographs of Black Montreal” (2021), Master’s Thesis completed at Concordia University in the Individualized Program - School of Graduate Studies.
“New Pasts, Old Futures: Reimagining the Narrative of Montreal’s Negro Community Centre.” Art, Education, Politics and Poetry at Montreal’s Negro Community Centre, special issue of Quebec Heritage News, edited by Rod MacLeod, vol. 12, no 1, Fall 2017, pp. 25-27.
“bleu-rrrrrrring“ in People Department (Issue # 4 “Creation”), Fall 2021.
REVIEW: “The Autism Monologues” (Montreal Fringe), Alt. Theatre Online Magazine, June 21 2018.
REVIEW: “Don’t Read the Comments” (Montreal Fringe), Alt. Theatre Online Magazine, June 26 2018.
“Haligonia” in People Department (Issue # 3: “Salt”), April 2021
“Row” in People Department (Issue #2), November 2020
“Super(i)mposition” in People Department (Issue #1), September 2020