Over the years, I’ve had the privilege of participating in a variety of projects and to write on topics which I’ve found important and stimulating, take a look at my most recent publications.
- “Syrus Marcus Ware, #BLACKLIVESMATTER, and ‘Artivism’ in Canada” Spaces and Places of Canadian Popular Culture, Ed. Victoria Kannen and Neil Shyminsky. Canadian Scholars Press (2019) 44-55.
- “Speculations”, curatorial essay, Artexte, Montreal, 2019.
- Exhibition Review “From Africa to the Americas : Picasso Face-to-Face, Past and Present and Here We Are Here : Black Canadian Contemporary Art, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts” RACAR: What Is Critical Curating? Vol. 43, no. 2 (2018). (Read it online)
- ” ‘Embodiment and Subjectivity’: Intersectional Black Feminist Curatorial Practices in Canada” RACAR: What Is Critical Curating? Vol. 43, no. 2 (2018). (Read it online)
- “Changemakers: (self) Representation in a Kaleidoscope of Blackness” Mixed Heritage: (Self) Portraits and Identity Negotiation, Americana: E-Journal Of American Studies In Hungary, Vol XIII, No. 1, (Spring 2017) (Read it online).
- “While No One Was Looking Interview Series: Charmaine Nelson” Art/iculation Art History & Communication Studies Post Graduate Students’ Society, McGill University, Montreal, (April 2017) (Read it online)
- “Futures Imagined ‘While No One Was Looking’ ” Art/iculation Art History & Communication Studies Post Graduate Students’ Society, McGill University, Montreal, (April 2017) (Read it online)
- “Histoire d’amour malsaine : Le blackface au Québec”, Tic Art Toc : Les liaisons dangereuses, 5, Fall 2015, 44-47.
- Joachim, J., et. al., “[Dis]Identifications: Challenging Dominant Narratives of Black People in Canada”, EAHR @ Artexte: Uncovering Asian Canadian and Black Canadian Artistic Production, (Montreal: Ethnocultural Art Histories Research Group, 2015). (Read it online)