Arts-Based Bibliography

This is a list (always in process) of books/articles relevant to arts-based research.

General Alternative/Arts-Based Research Discussion & Examples

Atksinson, P. (1992). Understanding ethnographic texts. Newbury park: Sage Publications.

Bagley, C. & Cancienne, M. (Eds.) (2002). Dancing the data. New York: Peter Lang.

Barone, T. (2008). How arts-based research can change minds. In M. Cahnamann-Taylor & R. Siegesmund (Eds.), Arts-based research in education. Foundations for practice (pp. 27-49). New York: Routledge.

Barone, T. (2006). Arts-based educational research then, now and later. Studies in Art Education, 48(1), 4-8.

Barone, T. (2000).  Aesthetics, politics, and educational inquiry: Essays and examples.  New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Barone, T. & Eisner, E. (2011). Arts based research. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Barone, T. & Eisner, E. (1997). Arts-based educational research. In R. M. Jaeger (Ed.), Complementary methods for research in education, 2nd Edition (pp. 72-116). Washington: American Educational Research Association.

Barry, D. (1996). Artful inquiry: A symbolic constructivist approach to social science research. Qualitative Inquiry, 2(4).

Barthes, R. (1985). The responsibility of forms: Critical essays on music, art, and representation. New York:Hill and Wang.

Barthes, R. (1977). Image, music, text. New York: Hill and Wang.

Brown, b. (1999). Lost bodies and wild imaginations: Expressing the forbidden tales of childhood sexual abuse through artful inquiry. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Toronto, Ontario.

Cahnamann-Taylor, M. & Siegesmund, R. (Eds.) (2008). Arts-based research in education. Foundations for practice. New York: Routledge.

Carter, K. (1993). The place of story in the study of teaching and teacher education. Educational Researcher, 22(9), 5-12.

Clifford, J. (1988). The predicament of culture: Twentieth century ethnography, literature and art. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Clifford J. & Marcus G. (Eds.) (1986) Writing culture: The poetics and politics of ethnography. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Cahnamann-Taylor, M. & Siegesmund, R. (Eds.) (2008). Arts-based research in education. Foundations for practice New York: Routledge.

Cole, A., Neilsen, L. Knowles, G. & Luciani, T. (Eds.) (2004). Provoked by art: Theorizing arts-informed research. Halifax, NS: Backalong Books.

Conrad, D. & Kendal, W. (2009). Making space for youth: iHuman Youth Society & arts-based participatory research with street-involved youth in Canada. In D. Kapoor & S. Jordan (Eds.) Education, participatory action research and social change: International perspectives (pp. 25-264). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Coulis, Michael J. (2010). Expanding the boundaries of cartography: Journies beyond the neat line/essay and works by Michael J. Coulis, exhibition curated by David L. Jones, foreword by Alphonso Lingis. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta Libraries.

Denzin, N. K. (2003). Performance ethnography: Critical pedagogy and the politics of culture. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Denzin, N. (1997). Interpretive ethnography: Ethnographic practices for the 21st century. London: Sage Publications.

Denzin, N. K. & Lincoln, Y. S. (Eds.) (2000). The handbook of qualitative research. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Diamond, P. & Mullen, C. (1999). The postmodern educator: Arts-based inquiries and teacher development.New York: Peter Lang Publishing Inc.

Duncum, P. (2001). How are we to understand art at the beginning of the twenty-first century? In. P. Duncum & T. Bracey (Eds.) On knowing art and visual culture (pp. 15-33). Christchurch, NZ: Canterbury University Press.

Eisner, E. (2008). Persistent tensions in arts-based research. In Cahnman-Taylor, M. & Siegesmund, R. (Eds), Arts-based research in education: Foundations for practice (pp. 16 – 27). New York: Routledge.

Eisner, E. (2006). Does arts-based research have a future? Studies in Art Education, 48(1), 9-18.

Eisner, E. (1997). The promise and perils of alternative forms of data representation. Educational Researcher, 26(6), 4-10.

Ellis, C. & Bochner, A. (Eds.) (1996). Composing ethnography: Alternative forms of qualitative writing. Walnut Creek: Alta Mira Press.

Finlay, L. & Gough, B.  (Eds.) (2003). Reflexivity: A practical guide for researchers in health and social sciences. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Finley, S. (2003). Arts-based inquiry in QI: Seven years from crisis to guerrilla warfare. Qualitative Inquiry, 9(2), 281-296.

Finley, S. & Mullen, C. (Eds.) (2003). [Special issue]. Qualitative Inquiry, 9(2).

Gershon, W. (Ed.) (2009). Working together in qualitative research: A turn towards the collaborative. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Heaton, D. (2002). Creativity: Between chaos and order or my life as a messy text – A case study and a challenge. American Communication Journal, 6(1). Available: http://www.acjournal.org/holdings/vol16/iss1/special/heaton.htm

Irwin, R. & de Cosson, A. (Eds.) (2004). A/r/tography: Rendering self through arts-based living inquiry. Vancouver, BC: Pacific Educational Press.

Jipson, J. & Paley, N. (1995). Finding art’s place: Experiments in contemporary education and culture. New York:Routledge.

Jipson, J. & Paley, N. (Eds). (1997). Daredevil research. New York: Peter Lang.

Kester, G. H. (1997). Aesthetics after the end of art: An interview with Susan Buck-Morss. Art Journal, 56, 38-43

Knowles, J. G. & Cole, A. (Eds.) (2008). Handbook of the arts in qualitative research: perspectives, methodologies, examples, and issues. Los Angeles: Sage Publication.

Leavy, P. (2009). Method meets art: Arts-based research practice. New York: The Guilford Press.

Liamputtong, P. & Rumbold, J. (Eds.) (2008). Knowing differently: Arts-based & collaborative research methods. New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Madigan, P. (1986). The modern project to rigor. University of America Press.

McIntyre, M (2000). Garden as phenomenon, method and metaphor in the context of health care: An arts informed lifehistory view. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Toronto, Ontario.

McKenzie, J. (2001). Perform or else: From discipline to performance. London and New York: Routledge.

McNiff, S. (2000). Arts-based research. London, UK: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Mullen, C.  (1997). Imprisoned selves: An inquiry into prisons and academe. New York: University Press of America.

Mullen, C. & Diamond, P. (Eds.) (2001). [Special issue]. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 17(2).

Mullen, C. A., Buttignol, M., & Diamond, C. T. P.  (2005). Flyboy: Using the arts and theater to assist suicidal adolescents. International Journal of Education & the Arts. [Online]. Available: http://ijea.asu.edu.

Neilsen, L., Cole, A. & Knowles, G. (Eds.) (2001). The art of writing inquiry. Halifax, NS: Backalong Books.

Norris, J. R. (1997). Meaning through form: Alternative modes of knowledge representation. In J. Morse (Ed.), Completing a qualitative project: Details and dialogue (pp. 87-115). London: Sage Publications.

Norris, J. & Buck, G. H. (Eds.) (2002). Exemplars of arts-based research methodologies [Special issue]. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 48(3).

Piantanida, M., McMahon. P. L. & Garman, N. B. (2003).  Sculpturing the contours of arts-based educational research within a discourse community. Qualitative Inquiry, 9 (2) 182-191.

Richardson, L. (2000). Evaluating ethnography. Qualitative Inquiry, 6(2), 253-255.

Sinner, A., Leggo, C., Irwin, L., Gouzouasis, P.,  &  Grauer, K.  (2006). Arts-based educational research dissertations: Reviewing the practices of new scholars. [Electronic Version] Canadian Journal of Education, 20(4), 1223-1270. http://www.csse.ca/CJE/Articles/FullText/CJE29-4/CJE-4-Sinneretal.pdf

Stout, C. J. (Ed.) (2006). Arts-based research in art education [Special issue]. Studies in Art Education, 48(1).

Tyler, S. (1986). Post-modern ethnography: From document of the occult, to occult document. In J. Clifford & G. Marcus (Eds.), Writing culture: The poetics and politics of ethnography (pp. 122-140). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Winterson, J. (1996). Art objects: Essays on ecstasy and effrontery. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

Supporting Arguments from Qualitative Research and Philosophy

Blayer, I.M., &  Sanchez, M. (Eds.). (2002). Story telling: Interdisciplinary & Intercultural Perspectives. New York: Peter Lang.

Boal, A. (2006). Aesthetics of the oppressed. New York: Routledge.

Benjamin, W. (1068). The work of art in an age of mechanical reproduction. In. W. Benjamin Illuminations (pp. 219-253). New York: Harcourt, Brace & World.

Best, S. & Kellner, D. (1997). Postmodernism in the arts: Pastiche, implosion, and the popular. In The postmodern turn (pp. 124-194). New York: Guilford Press

Brown, L. & Strega, S. (Eds.) (2005). Research as resistance: Critical, indigenous, and anti-oppressive approaches. Toronto, ON: Canadian Scholars’ Press

Bruns, G. (2002). The hermeneutical anarchist: Pronesis, rhetoric, and the experience of art. In J. Malpas, U. Arnswald & J. Kertscher (Eds.), Gadamer’s century: Essays in honor of Hans-Georg Gadamer (pp. 45-76). Cambridge: Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Buck-Morss, Susan (1992). Aesthetics and anaesthetics: Walter Benjamin’s artwork essay reconsidered. October, 62, 3-41.

Capra, F. (1982). The turning point: Science, society and the rising culture. [Video] New York: Simon and Shuster.

Carspecken, P.F. (1996). Critical ethnography in educational research. New York: Routledge.

Clifford, J. (1986). Introduction: Partial Truths. In J. Clifford & G. E. Marcus (Eds.), Writing culture. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Dayton, E. (1998). Art and interpretations: An anthology of readings in aesthetics and philosophy of art. Peterborough, ON: Broadview Press.

Dewey, John. (1934). Art as experience. New York: Minton, Balch & Co.

Denzin, N. K. (2000). Introduction: The discipline and practice of qualitative research. In N. K. Denzin & Y. S. Lincoln (Eds.), Handbook for qualitative research, 2nd Edition (pp. 1-28). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Diamond, David (2007). Theatre for living: The art and science of community-based dialogue. Victoria, BC: Trafford Pub.

Doll Jr., W. E. (1989). Foundations for a post-modern curriculum. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 21(3), 243-253.

Greene, M. (1987). Creating, experiencing, sense-making: Art worlds in schools. Journal of Aesthetic Education, 21(4), 11-23

Eisner, E. (1984). Can educational research inform educational practice? Phi Delta Kappan (March), 447-452.

Eisner, E., & Peshkin, A. (1990). Qualitative inquiry in education. New York: Teachers College Press.

Ellis, C. and Flaherty, M. (Eds.). (1992). Investigating subjectivity: Research on lived experience. Newbury Park: Sage.

Ermine, W. (1995). Aboriginal epistemology. In J. Barman & M. Battiste (Eds.) First Nations education in Canada: The circle unfolds (pp. 101-112). Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.

Fals-Borda, O. (1991). Remaking knowledge. In O. Fals-Borda & M. Rahman (Eds.), Action and knowledge: Breaking the monopoly with participatory action-research (pp. 146-164). New York: Apex Press.

Freire, P. (1988). Creating alternative research methods: Learning to do it by doing it. In S. Kemmis & R. McTaggart (Eds.), The action research reader(pp. 291-313). Geelong, Victoria: Deakin University Press.

Freire, P. (1970). Pedagogy of the oppressed (M. B. Ramos, Trans.). New York: Continuum Publishing Corp.

Gadamer, H. (1986). The ontology of the work of art and its hermeneutical significance.  In H. Gadamer Truth and method, (pp. 91-150). New York: Crossroad.

Gadamer, H. (1986). Language as the medium of hermeneutical experience.  In H. Gadamer Truth and method, (pp. 345-366). New York: Crossroad.

Hall, B. (1981). Participatory research, popular knowledge and power: A personal reflection. Convergence, 14(3), 6-17.

Hall, B. (1979). Knowledge as a commodity and participatory research. Prospects, 9(4), 393-408.

Hanohano, P. (1999). The spiritual imperative of native epistemology: Restoring harmony and balance to education. Canadian Journal of Native Education. 23(2). 206-219.

Heron, J. & Reason, P. (1997). A participatory inquiry paradigm. Qualitative Inquiry, 3(3), 274-294.

Hill, R. T. G. (1998). Performance pedagogy across the classroom. In S. Dailey (Ed.), The future of performance studies: Visions and revisions. Washington, D.C: National Communication Association.

Johnson, G. (Ed.) (1993). The Merleau-Ponty aesthetics reader: Philosophy and painting. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.

Kester, G. (1997). Aesthetics after the end of art: An interview with Susan Buck-Morss. Aesthetics and the Body Politic – Art Journal, 56(1) [Online]. Retrieved December 27, 2006 from http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0425/is_n1_v56/ai_19827690

Kovach, M. (2005). Emerging from the margins: Indigenous methodologies. In L. Brown & S. Strega, (Eds.) Research as resistance: Critical, indigenous, and anti-oppressive approaches (pp. 19-36). Toronto, ON: Canadian Scholars’ Press.

Langer, S. (1953). Discursive and presentational forms. In Philosophy in a new key, (pp. 79-102). London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

Langer, S. K. (1957). Problems of art: Ten philosophical lectures. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.

Lather, P. (1986). Issues of validity in openly ideological research: Between a rock and a soft place. Interchange, 17(4), 63-84.

Lyotard, J-F. (1989). Philosophy and painting in the age of their experimentation: Contribution to an idea of postmodernity. In A. Benjamin (Ed.) The Lyotard reader. Cambridge, MA: Basil Blackwell.

Malpas, J. (2000) Uncovering the space of disclosedness: Heidegger, technology and the problem of spatiality in Being and Time. In J. E. Malpas & M. Wrathall, (Eds.). Heidegger, authenticity and modernity: Essays in honour of Hubert L. Dreyfus, (pp. 205-228). MIT Press.

Meyer, M. A. (2003). Hawaiian hermeneutics and the triangulation of meaning: Gross, subtle, causal. Canadian Journal of Native Education. 27 (2). 249-256.

Nachmanovitch, S. (1990) Free play: The power of improvisation in life and the arts. Los Angeles: Jeremy Tarcher Inc.

Novak, M. (1971). Ascent of the mountain, flight of the dove. New York: Harper and Row.

Park, P., Brydon-Miller, M., Hall, B. & Jackson, T. (Eds.) (1993). Voices of change: Participatory research in the United States and Canada. Westport, CN: Bergin & Garvey.

Patton, M. Q. (1981). Creative evaluation. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

Reason, P. (1988). Human inquiry in action. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications.

Reason, P. & Rowan, J. (1981). Issues of validity in new paradigm research. In P. Reason & J. Rowan (Eds.), Human inquiry: A sourcebook of new paradigm research, (pp. 239-250). New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Ribbens, J. & Edwards, R. (Eds.) (1998). Feminist dilemmas in qualitative research: Public knowledge and private lives. London: Sage.

Richardson, L. (1990). Writing strategies: Reaching diverse audiences. Newbury Park: Sage Publications Inc.

Riegl, Alois (2004). Historical grammar of the visual arts. (Trans. Jacquline E. Jung). New York: Zone Books.

Stake, R. (1995). The art of case study research. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

Stoller, Paul (1997). Sensuous scholarship. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvannia Press.

Sudnow, David (1979). Talk’s body: A meditation between two keyboards. New York: Alfred A. Knopf

Tilley, Christopher (1994). A phenomenology of landscape, places, paths and monuments. Oxford, UK: Berg Publishers

Taruskin, R. (1995). Text and act. New York: Oxford University Press.

Taubman, P. (1992). Achieving the right distance. In W. Pinar and W. Reynolds (Eds.) Understanding curriculum as phenomenological and deconstructed text. New York: Teachers College Press.

Tuckman, B. (1965). Development sequence in small groups. Psychological Bulletin, 63, 384-399.

Varela, F. Thompson, E. and Rosch, E. (1991). The embodied mind: Cognitive science and human experience.Cambridge: The MIT Press.

Weber-Pillwax, C. (1999). Indigenous research methodology: Exploratory discussion of an elusive subject. Journal of Educational Thought. 33(1). 31-45.

Ziarek, K. (2002). The social figure of art: Heidegger and Adorno on the paradoxical autonomy of artworks. In D. Glowacka & S. Boos (Eds.), Between ethics and aesthetics: Crossing the boundaries (pp. 219-237). Albany: State University of New York Press.

Ethics in Arts-Based Research

Alcoff, L. (1991). The problem of speaking for others. Cultural Critique, 20, 5-32.

Berman, J. (2001). Risky writing: Self-disclosure and self-transformation in the classroom. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press.

Bracher, M (2002). Identity and desire in the classroom. In j. jagodzinski (Ed.) Pedagogical desire: Authority, seduction, transference and the question of ethics, (pp.93-121). Westport, CT and London: Bergin & Garvey.

Bracher, M. (2000). Adolescent violence and identity vulnerability. Journal for the Psychoanalysis of Culture & Society, 5(2), 189-210.

Bracher, Mark (1993) Chapter 2 – Social change and the ethics of critical discourse. In Lacan, discourse, and social change, (pp. 53-73). New York: Cornell University Press.

Conquergood, D. (1985). Performing as a moral act: Ethical dimensions of the ethnography of performance. Literature in Performance, 5(2), 1-13.

Conquergood, D. (2003). Performing as a moral act: Ethical dimensions of the ethnography of performance. In N. Denzin & Y Lincoln (Eds.) Turning points in qualitative research: Tying knots in a handkerchief (pp. 397-414). Walnut Creek, CA: AltaMira Press.

Conrad, D. (2006). Entangled in the sticks: Ethical conundrums of popular theatre as pedagogy and research. Qualitative Inquiry, 12(3), 437-458.

Derrida, J. (1992). Force of law. In D. Cornell, M. Rosenfield & D. Carlson (Eds.) Deconstruction and the possibility of justice. New York: Routledge.

Diamond, E. (1992). The violence of “we:” Politicizing identification. In J. Reinelt and J. Roach (Eds.) Critical theory and performance. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Edwards, R. & Mauthner, M. (2002). Ethics and feminist research: Theory and practice. In M. Mauthner, M. Birch, J.

Jessop, J. & T. Miller (Eds.) Ethics in qualitative research (pp. 14-31). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Ellsworth, E. (1989). Why doesn’t this feel empowering? Working through the repressive myths of critical pedagogy. Harvard Educational Review, 59(3), 297-324.

Felman, S. (1997). Psychoanalysis and education: Teaching terminable and interminable. In S. Todd (Ed.) Learning desire (pp. 17-43). New York: Routledge.

Felman, S. (1992). Education and crisis, or the vicissitudes of teaching. In S. Felman & D. Laub (Eds.), Testimony: Crises of witnessing in literature, psychoanalysis, and history, (pp. 1-56). New York & London: Routledge.

Fine, M. (1994). Working the hyphens: Reinventing self and other in qualitative research. In N. Denzin & Y. Lincoln (Eds.), Handbook of qualitative research (pp. 70-82). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Fine, M. & Weis, L. (Eds.) (2000). Speed bumps: A student-friendly guide to qualitative research. New York and London: Teachers College Press.

Fine, M., Weis, L., Weseen, S. & Wong, L. (2000). For whom? Qualitative research, representations, and social responsibilities. In N. K. Denzin & Y. S. Lincoln, (Eds.) The handbook of qualitative research (pp. 107-131). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Garoian, C. (1999). Performing pedagogy: Toward an art of politics. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

Gillies, V. & Alldred, P. (2002). The ethics of intention: Research as a political tool. In M. Mauthner, M. Birch, J.

Jessop & T. Miller (Eds.) Ethics in qualitative research. London: Sage Publications.

Lather, P. (1986). Issues of validity in openly ideological research: Between a rock and a soft place. Interchange, 17(4), 63-84.

Litowitz, D. (1997). Postmodern philosophy and law. Lawrence, KA: University Press of Kansas.

Maguire, P. (1993). Challenges, contradictions and celebrations: Attempting participatory research as a doctoral student.  In P. Park, M. Brydon-Miller, B. Hall & T. Jackson (Eds.), Voices of change: Participatory research in the United States and Canada, (pp. 157-176). Westport, CN: Bergin & Garvey.

Noddings, N. (1999). Care, justice and equity. In N. Noddings, M. Katz & K. Strike (Eds.) Justice and caring: The search for common ground in education(pp. 7-20). New York and London: Teachers College Press.

Noddings, N. (1984). Caring: A feminine approach to ethics and moral education. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Prosser, J. (2000) The moral maze of image ethics. In H. Simons & R. Usher (Eds.) Situated ethics in educational research. London: Routledge.

Ribbens, J. & Edwards, R. (Eds.) (1998). Feminist dilemmas in qualitative research: Public knowledge and private lives. London: Sage.

Ross, R. (1996). Returning to the teachings: Exploring Aboriginal justice. Toronto, ON: Penguin.

Salverson, J. (1996). Performing emergency: Witnessing, popular theatre, and the lie of the literal. Theatre Topics, 6(2), 181-191.

Salverson, J. (2001). Performing testimony: Ethics, pedagogy, and a theatre beyond injury. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Toronto, ON.

Sevenhuijsen, S. (1998). Citizenship and the ethics of care: Feminist considerations on justice, morality and politics. London: Routledge.

Scott, J. (1990). Domination and the arts of resistance: Hidden transcripts. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Spry, L. (1994). Structures of power: Toward a theatre of liberation. In J. Cohen-Cruz & M. Schutzman (Eds.), Playing Boal: Theatre, therapy, activism (pp. 171-184). London: Routledge.

Walker, M. U. (1997). Picking up pieces, lives, stories and integrity. In D. Tietjens Meyers (Ed.) Feminists rethink the self. London: Harper Collins.

Weiler, K. (1998). Freire and a feminist pedagogy of difference. In C. Woyshner & G. Holly (Eds.), Minding women: Reshaping the educational realm, pp. 117-145). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Educational Review.

Žižek, S (1994). The metastases of enjoyment. New York & London: Verso.

Zylinska, J. (2001). On spiders, cyborgs and being scared: The feminine and the sublime. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press.

Arts Based Instruction

McLeod, J. (1987).  The arts and education. In J. Simpson (Ed.) Education and the arts. Edmonton: Fine Arts Council of the Alberta Teachers’ Association.

Norris, J. (1998). Creative drama as adult’s work. In B. J. Wagner (Ed.) Building moral communities through drama, (pp. 211-230). Stamford, CT: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

Norris, J. (1995). The use of drama in teacher education: A call for embodied learning. In B. Warren (Ed.), Creating a theatre in your classroom, (pp. 279-305). North York, ON: Captus Press.

Slattery, P. (in press). Popular culture and higher education: Using aesthetics and seminars to reconceptualize curriculum.

Wagner, B. J. (1976) Dorothy Heathcote: Drama as a learning medium. Washington: National Education Association.

Wright, D. (2001). Creativity and learning: Creative work and the construction of learning. Reflective Practice, 2(3), 261-273.

Art Therapy

Allen, N. (2005). Exploring hip-hop therapy with high-risk youth. Praxis, 5(Fall), 30-36.

Allen, P. (1995). Coyote come in from the cold: The evolution of the Open Studio concept. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 12(3), 161-166.

Block, D., Harris, T. & Laing, S. (2005). Open Studio process as a model of social action: A program for at-risk youth. Art Therapy: Journal of the American Art Therapy Association, 22(1), 32-38.

McNiff, S. (2000). Arts-based research. London, UK: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Narrative/Biography/Storytelling

Barone, T. (2009). Comments on Coulter and Smith: Narrative researchers as witnesses of injustice and agents of social change? Educational Researcher, 38(8), 591 -597. doi:10.3102/0013189X09353203

Barone, T. E. (1990). Using the narrative text as an occasion for conspiracy. In E. W. Eisner &  A. Peshkin (Eds.) Qualitative Inquiry in Education, (pp. 305-326). New York: Teachers College Press.

Barone, T. (1992). On the demise of subjectivity. Curriculum Inquiry, 22(1), 25-38.

Clandinin, J. (1986). Classroom practice. Philadelphia: The Falmer Press.

Clandinin, J. & Connelly, M. (1988). Teachers as curriculum planners: Narratives of experience. Toronto, ON: OISE Press.

Clandinin, J. & Connelley, M. (1994). Personal experience methods. In N. Denzin & Y. Lincoln (Eds.), Handbook of qualitative research (pp. 413-427). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Clandinin, J. & Connelly, M. (2000). Narrative inquiry: Experience and story in qualitative research. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Clandinin, D. J., & Murphy, M. S. (2009). Comments on Coulter and Smith: Relational ontological commitments in narrative research. Educational Researcher, 38(8), 598 -602. doi:10.3102/0013189X09353940

Coulter, C. A. (2009). Response to comments: Finding the narrative in narrative research. Educational Researcher, 38(8), 608 -611. doi:10.3102/0013189X09354124

Coulter, C. A., & Smith, M. L. (2009). The construction zone. Educational Researcher, 38(8), 577 -590. doi:10.3102/0013189X09353787

Denzin, N. K. (1989). Interpretive biography. Newbury Park: Sage Publications.

Josselson, R. & Lieblich, A. (Eds.) Making meaning of narratives. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

King, T. (2003). The truth about stories: A Native narrative. Toronto, ON: Anansi Press.

Lieblich, A (1998). Reading a life story from a holistic-content perspective. In A. Lieblich, R. Tuval-Mashiach & T. Zilber, Narrative research: Reading, analysis and interpretation (pp. 62-87). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Mishler, E. G. (1992). Work, identity and narrative: An artist-craftsman’s story. In G. Rosenwals & R. Ochberg (Eds.), Storied lives (pp. 21-40). New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Reason, P., & Hawkins, P. (1988). Storytelling as inquiry. In P. Reason (Ed.), Human inquiry in action. Newbury Park: Sage Publications Inc.

Reissman, C. (1993) Narrative analysis. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Richardson, L. (2000). Writing: A method of inquiry. In N. K. Denzin & Y. S. Lincoln, (Eds.) The handbook of qualitative research (pp. 923-948). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Smith, M. W. (2009). Comments on Coulter and Smith: The issue of authorial surplus in narrative research. Educational Researcher, 38(8), 603 -607. doi:10.3102/0013189X09353788

Wall, K. (1994). Foreground: Autobiographically based stories. Unpublished master’s thesis, University of Alberta.

Autoethnography

Bickle, B. (2005). From Artist to a/r/tographer: An autoethnographic ritual inquiry into writing on the body. Unpublished Master’s Thesis. University of British Columbia. Also available online  http://www.barbarabickel.com

Conrad, D. (2004). When autobiography and research topics collide: Two risky school dance stories. Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education, 8(1), 83-93.

Conrad, D. (2003). Unearthing personal history: autoethnography & artifacts inform research on youth risk-taking. The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education, (23), 44-58.

Ellis, C. & Bochner, A. (2000). Autoethnography, personal narrative, reflexivity. Researcher as subject. In N. K. Denzin & Y. S. Lincoln, (Eds.) The handbook of qualitative research (pp. 733-768). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Roth, W-M. (2005). Autobiography and auto/ethnography: Praxis of research method. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Slattery, P. (2001). The educational researcher as artist working within. Qualitative Inquiry, 7(4), 370-398.

Graham, R. J. (1991). Reading and writing the self: Autobiography in education and the curriculum.

Fiction/Novel

Banks, A. & Banks, S. (Eds.) (1998). Fiction and social research: By ice or fire. London: Altamira Press.

Bowen, E. (1964). Return to laughter. New York: Doubleday Anchor Book.

Dunlop, R. (2000). Boundary bay a novel as educational research. Ottawa, ON: National Library of Canada.

Gosse, Douglas (2005). Jacytar. St. John’s, NL: Jesperson Pub. (award winning dissertation written as a novel)

Kilbourn, B. (1999). Fictional theses. Educational Researcher, 28(9), 27-32.

Leavy, P. (2011). Low-fat love. Sense Publishers.

Saks, A. L. (1996). Viewpoints: Should novels count as dissertations in education? Research in the Teaching of English, 30(4), 403-427.

Sameshima, P. (2007). Seeing Red: A pedagogy of parallax – An epistolary bildungsroman on artful scholarly inquiry. New York: Cambria Press. (award winning dissertation written as fiction)

Poetry/Found Poetry

Butler-Kisber, L. (2001). Whispering angels: Revisiting dissertation data with a new lens. Journal of Critical Inquiry into Curriculum and Instruction, 2(3), 34-37.

Ferlinghetti, L. (2007). Poetry as insurgent art. New York: New Directions Publishing.

Glesne, C. (1997). That rare feeling: Re-presenting research through poetic transcription. Qualitative Inquiry, 3(2), 202-221.

Guiney Yallop, John J. (2011). Of place and memory: a poetic journey. Big Tancook Island, Nova Scotia: Backalong Books

Norris, J. (1993). Adulthood …lost; Childhood …found? Educational Action Research, 1(3), 255.

Prendergast, M. (2006). Found poetry as literature review: Research poems on audience and performance. Qualitative Inquiry, 12(2), 369 – 388.

Richardson, L. (1994). Nine poems: Marriage and the family. The Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 23, 2-14.

Leggo, Carl (1994). Growing up perpendicular on the side of a hill. XXX: Creative Book Publishing.

Leggo, Carl (1999). View from my mother’s house. XXX: Creative Book Publishing.

Sullivan, A. (2000). Notes from a marine biologist’s daughter: On the art and science of attention. Harvard Educational Review, 70(2), 211-227.

Sullivan, A. (2000). The necessity of art: three found poems from John Dewey’s Art as Experience. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 13(3) 325-327.

Wells, Kristopher (2003). Understanding difference differently: Sex-and-gender OUTlaws in Alberta schools. Unpublished master’s thesis. University of Alberta.

Journaling/Portfolios

Fulwiler, T. (1987). The journal book. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook.

Fulwiler, T. (1982). The personal connection: Journal writing across the curriculum. In A. Young & T. Fulwiler (Eds.), Language connections: Writing and reality across the curriculum. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English.

Progoff, I. (1975). At a journal workshop. New York: Dialogue House Library.

Romano, T. (1997). Portfolio on portfolios. English Education, 29(3), 158-172.

Performance/Drama

Ackroyd, J. (2006). Research methodologies for drama education. Stoke on Trent, UK: Trentham Books.

Balfour, M., & Sommers, J. (Eds.) (2006). Drama as social intervention. Concord, ON: Captus Press.

Berry, G., & Reinbold, J. (1985). Collective Creation. Edmonton: AADAC.

Bial, H. (Ed.) (2004). The performance studies reader. New York: Routledge.

Boal, A. (2006). Aesthetics of the oppressed. New York: Routledge.

Boal, A. (1979). Theatre of the oppressed (C. McBride & M. McBride, Trans.). London: Pluto Press. (Original work published in 1974)

Bolton, G. (1996). Drama as research. In P. Taylor (Ed.) Researching drama and arts education: Paradigms & possibilities, (pp.187-194). Washington: The Falmer Press.

Brown, K. & Gillespie, D. (1997). “We become brave by doing brave acts”; Teaching moral courage through theatre of the oppressed. Literature & Medicine, (16) 108-120.

Carlson, M. (2004). Performance: A critical introduction. New York: Routledge.

Carroll, J., Anderson, M. & Cameron, D. (2006). Real players? Drama, technology and education. Stoke on Trent, UK: Trentham Books.

Cloutier, J. (1997). Popular theatre, education, & inner city youth.Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Alberta.

Cohen-Cruz, J. & Schutzman, M. (2006). A Boal companion: Dialogues on theatre and cultural politics. New York: Routledge.

Conquergood, D. (1998). Beyond the text: Toward a performative cultural politics. In S. Dailey (Ed.) The future of performance studies: Visions and revisions (pp. 25-36). Annandale, VA: National Communication Association.

Conquergood, D. (1985). Performing as a moral act: Ethical dimensions of the ethnography of performance. Literature in Performance, 5(2), 1-13.

Conrad, D. (2010). Ads that talk back: Exploring media advertising through drama with inner-city students. Saarbrücken, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing.

Conrad, D. (2006). Entangled in the sticks: Ethical conundrums of popular theatre as pedagogy and research. Qualitative Inquiry, 12(3), 437-458.

Conrad, D. (2004). Exploring risky youth experiences: Popular theatre as a participatory, performative research method. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 3(1) [Online].

Conrad, D. (2002). Drama as arts-based pedagogy & research: Media advertising and inner-city youth. The Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 48(3), 254-268.

Conrad, Diane (2004). “Life in the Sticks:” Youth experiences, risk and popular theatre process. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Alberta.

Conrad, D. & Campbell, G. (2006). Arresting change: Popular theatre with young offenders. In L. McCammon & D. McLauchlan (Eds.) The universal mosaic of drama and theatre: The International Drama/Theatre Education Association 2004 Dialogues (pp.375-391). Welland, ON: IDEA Publications/Soleil.

Diamond, David (2007). Theatre for living: The art and science of community-based dialogue. Victoria, BC: Trafford Pub.

Duffy, P. & Vettraino, E. (Eds.) (2010). Youth and Theatre of the Oppressed. New York: Palgrave.

Fabian, J. (1990). Power and performance: Ethnographic explorations through proverbial wisdom and theatre in Shaba, Zaire. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press.

Gallagher, Kathleen (2007). The theatre of urban: Youth and schooling in dangerous times. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.

Garoian, C. (1999). Performing pedagogy: Toward an art of politics. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

Garoian, C. & Gaudelius, Y. (2004). Performing resistance. Studies in Art Education, 46(1), 48-60.

Goldstein, T. (2011). Staging Harriet’s House: Writing and producing research-informed theatre. Peter Lang Pub.

Goldstein, T. (2008). Multiple commitments and ethical dilemmas in performed ethnography. Educational Insights, 12(2). Available online: http://ccfi.Educ.ubc.ca/publication/insights/v12n02/articles/Goldstein/index.html

Gray, R. E. (in press). Graduate school never prepared me for this: Reflections on the challenges of research-based theatre. Reflective Practice.

Gray, R. E., Ivonoffski, V., & Sinding, C. (in press). Making a mess and spreading it around: Articulation of a model for research-based drama. In A. Bochner & C. Ellis (Eds.), Recomposing ethnography: Autoethnography, literature, and aesthetics. Walnut Creek, CA: Altamira Press.

Gray, R. E., Ivonoffski, V., Sinding, C., Fitch, M., Hampson, A., & Greenberg, M. (2000). The use of research-based theatre in a project related to metastatic breast cancer. Health Expectations, 3, 137-144.

Gray, R. E., Sinding, C., & Fitch, M. (in press). Navigating the social context of metastatic breast cancer: Reflections on a project linking research to drama.

Hawkins, P. (1988). A phenomenological psychodrama workshop. In P. Reason (Ed.), Human inquiry in action. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications Ltd.

Jackson, S. (1998). White noises: On performing white, on writing performance. The Drama Review, 41(1), 49-65

Kershaw, B. (1999). The radical in performance: Between Brecht and Baudrillard. London, UK: Routledge.

Kidd, R. (1984). Popular theatre and political action in Canada. Toronto, ON:  Participatory Research Group.

Kidd, R. & Byram, M. (1978). Popular theatre: Technique for participatory research. Participatory Research Project, (working paper no. 5) Toronto, ON.

Mienczakowski, J. (1995). The theater of ethnography: The reconstruction of ethnography into theatre with emancipatory potential. Qualitative Inquiry, 1(3), 360-375.

Meyer, M. J. (1998). Transitional wars: A study of power, control and conflict in executive succession – Theatre as representation. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. McGill University.

Neelands, J. (1990). Structuring drama work. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Norris, J. (2000). Drama as research: Realizing the potential of drama in education as a research methodology. Youth Theatre Journal, 14, 40-51.

Norris, J. (1999). Representations of violence in schools as co-created by cast and audiences during a theatre/drama in education program. In G. Malicky, B. Shapiro, & K. Masurek (Eds.), Building foundations for safe and caring schools: Research on disruptive behaviour and violence (pp. 271-328). Edmonton, AB: Duval House Publishing.

Pifer, D. (1999). Small town race: A performance text. Qualitative Inquiry, 5(4), 541-562.

Prentki, T. & Selman, J. (2000). Popular theatre in political culture: Britain and Canada in focus. Bristol, UK and Portland, OR: Intellect Books.

Rossiter, K., Gray, J., Kontos, P., Keightley, M., Colantonio, A. & Gilbert, J. (2008). From page to stage: Dramaturgy and the art of interdisciplinary translation. Journal of Health Psychology, 13(2), 277-286.

Rosstier, K., Kontos, P., Colantonio, A., Gilbert, J., Gray, J. & Keightley (2008). Staging data: Theatre as a tool for analysis and knowledge transfer in health research. Social Science & Medicine, 66, 130-146.

Rowe, N. (2007). Playing the other: Dramatizing personal narrative in Playback Theatre. London, UK: Jessica Kingsley.

Rowe, Nick (2003). Researcher as storyteller and performer: Parallels with playback theatre. In L. Finlay & B. Gough (Eds.),Reflexivity: A practical guide for researchers in health and social sciences (pp. 187-199). Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Saldaña, J. (Ed.) (2005). Ethnodrama: An anthology of reality theatre. New York: Altamira Press.

Saldaña, J. (2003). Dramatizing data: A primer. Qualitative Inquiry, 9(2), 218-236.

Saldana, J. (1999), Playwriting with data: Ethnographic performance texts. Youth Theatre Journal, 13, 60-71.

Saldaña, J. (1998a). “Maybe someday if I’m famous…”: An ethnographic performance text. In J. Saxon & Miller, C. (Ed.) Drama & theatre in education: The research of practice, the practice of research (pp. 89-109). Brisbane, Queensland: IDEA Publications.

Saldaña, J. (1998b). Ethical issues in an ethnographic performance text: The ‘dramatic impact’ of ‘juicy stuff.’ Research in Drama Education, 3(2), 181-196

Schechner, R. (2003). Performance theory. New York: Routledge.

Spry, T. (2001). Performing autoethnography: An embodied methodological praxis. Qualitative Inquiry, 7(6), 706-732.

Taylor, P. (1996). Researching drama and arts education: Paradigms & possibilities. Washington, DC: FalmerPress.

Turner, V. (1986). The anthropology of performance. New York: PAJ Publications.

Turner, V. (1982). From ritual to theatre: The human seriousness of play. New York: Performing Arts Journal Publications.

Turner, V. & Turner, E. (1982). Performing ethnography. The Drama Review, 26(2), 33-50.

Dance

Boydell, K. M. (2011). Making sense of collective events: the co-creation of a research-based dance. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung/Forum Qualitative Social Research, 12(1), Art. 5, http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs110155

Rutledge, M. (2004). Dance as research: The experience of surrender. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Alberta.

Snowber, Celeste

Readers Theatre

Donmoyer, R & Yennie-Donmoyer, J. (1995). Data as drama: Reflections on the use of reader’s theater as a mode of qualitative data display. Qualitative Inquiry, 1(4). 402-428.

Miller, C., Norris, J. & McCammon, L. (1999) Conversations on the use of case narratives in drama methods classes: A collaborative reflective journey.  Journal of Professional Studies, 7(1), 11-19.

Image/Visual Arts

Banks, M. (1998). Visual anthropology: Image, object and interpretation. In J. Prosser, (Ed.), Image-based research: A sourcebook for qualitative researchers (pp. 9-23). London: Falmer.

Crowe, R. (2001). Encountering angels through artful inquiry: Lost bodies and wild imagination. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 17(2), 81-94.

Finley, S. & Knowles, J. G. (1995). Researcher as artist/artist as researcher. Qualitative Inquiry, 1(1), 110-142.

Lawrence-Lightfoot, S. & Davis, J. H. (1997). The art and science of portraiture. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass.

Prosser, J. (1996). What constitutes an image-based methodology? Visual Sociology, 11(1), 31-54.

Prosser, J. (Ed.). (1998). Image-based research: A sourcebook for qualitative researchers. London: Falmer.

Prosser, J. (1998). The visual representation of school culture. Communication and Cognition, 31(2/3).

Prosser, J. (Ed.) (1999) School culture. London, UK: Paul Chapman Publications.

Sullivan, Graeme (2006). Research acts in art practice. Studies in Art Education, 48(1), 19-35.

Sullivan, G. (2005). Art practice as research: Inquiry in the visual arts. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Walsh, Susan (2003). Troubling experiences: Female subjectivity and fear in teaching. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Alberta.

Warren, B. (1984). Using the creative arts in therapy. Cambridge: Brookline Books.

Collage

Banash, D. (2004). From advertising to the avante-garde: Rethinking the invention of collage. Postmodern Culture, 14(2), 1-37.

Butler-Kisber, L. (2007). Collage as analysis and representation in qualitative inquiry. In J. G. Knowles, A. L. Cole, L. Neilson & T. C. Luciani (Eds.), The art of visual inquiry (pp.). Halifax, NS: Backalong.

Brockelman, T. (2001). The frame and the mirror: On collage and postmodernism. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.

Culp, Jonathan, (2007). Cutting out Collage: CARFAC and the license to do business. FUSE Magazine, 30(2), 9-15.

Davis, D. & Butler-Kisber, L. (1999). Arts-based representation in qualitative research: Collage as a contextualizing analytic strategy. Resources in Education, 34, 135.

Vaughan, K. (2005). “Pieced together: Collage as an artist’s method for interdisciplinary research.” International Journal of Qualitative Methods 4(1): http://www.ualberta.ca/~iiqm/backissues/4¬_1/html/vaughan.htm

Quilts

Irwin, R., Stephenson, W., Robertson, H., Neale, A., Mastri, R.  & Crawford, N. (1998). Quiltmaking as metaphor: Creating a feminist political consciousness for art pedagogies.  In E. Sacca & E. Zimmerman (Eds.) Women art educators IV: Herstories, ourstories, future stories, (pp. 100-111). Boucherville, Quebec: Canadian Society for Education Through Art.

Irwin, R. L. (1999).  Listening to the shapes of collaborative artmaking. Art Education, 52(2), 35-39.

Photography

Bach, H. (1998). A visual narrative concerning curriculum, girls, photography, etc. Edmonton, AB: Qual. Institute Press.

Barthes, R. (1981). Camera lucida : Reflections on photography. New York: Hill and Wang.

Caine, Vera (2002). Storied moment : A visual narrative inquiry of aboriginal women living with HIV. Unpublished master’s thesis. University of Alberta.

Clover, D. (2006). Out of the dark room participatory photography as a critical, imaginative, and public aesthetic practice of transformative education. Journal of Transformative Education, 4(3), 275-290.

Collier, J. & Collier, M. (1986). Visual anthropology: Photography as a research method. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press.

Ewald, W. & Lightfoot, A. (2001). I wanna take me a picture: Teaching photography and writing to children. Boston, MA: Beacon Press.

Harrington, C. & Schibik, T. (2003). Reflexive photography as an alternative method for the study of the freshman year experience. NASPA Journal, 41(2), 23-40. Available online: http://publications.naspa.org

Pink, S. (2007). Doing visual ethnography. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

Prosser, J. (2004). Photographs within the Sociological Research Process. In S. Hesse-Biber (Ed.) Approaches to Qualitative Research: A reader on theory and practice. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Film/Video

Briski, Z. & Kauffman, R. (Directors), (2004). Born into brothels [Videorecording]. Red Light Films, in association with Thinkfilm and BO/Cinemax Documentary Films (Producers).

Cooley, M. &  Horner, K. (1997). Party girls. [Documentary film]. Montreal World Film Festival, Montreal, QC.

Cooley, M., Forrest, M. & Wheeldon, L. (July, 2000). Ockham¹s razor: (1)(1+1)(1+1+1) [Video installation]. International Human Sciences Research Conference, Sheffield, UK.

Fenwick, Tara, et al. (2006). Aesthetic Representation as ‘Knowledge Mobilization’: Art for whom, over whose bodies? Unsettling Conversation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

Gayle Gorman (2008). Alien resurrection and becoming-cyborg: “1 is too few.” In Spaces e-journal of Arts and Humanities. http://www.tc.columbia.edu/spaces/fall08/gorman.html

Mirror Theatre (2000). Respecting diversity and preventing prejudice, Dealing with bullying and Resolving conflict peacefully [Videos]. Edmonton, AB: Alberta Teacher’s Association, Safe and Caring Schools Project: Toward a Safe and Caring Community.

Rutledge, M. (2004). Dance as research: The experience of surrender. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Alberta.

Truffaut, F. (1976). Small change. Culver City: MGM/UA Home Video.

Woo, Y. (2008). Engaging new audiences: Translating research into popular media. Educational Researcher, 37(6), 321-329

Technology/New Media

Burgess, J. (2006). Hearing Ordinary Voices: Cultural Studies, Vernacular Creativity and Digital Storytelling. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies (20) 2 June, 2006, 201-214. Retrieved August 30, 2006 from http://taylorandfrancis.metapress.com/link.asp?id=l673m410w1323kt0

Boora, R., Conrad, D. & Spence-Campbell, S. (2006). Flattening the world from the inside: Digital storytelling with incarcerated youth. In T. Reeves & S. Yamashita (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2006(pp. 371-376). Chesapeake, VA: AACE. (Available online: www.editlib.org)

Carroll, J., Anderson, M. & Cameron, D. (2006). Real players: Drama, technology and education. Oakhill, UK: Trentham Books.

Dockney, J. & Tomasellli, K. (2009). Fit for the small(er) screen: Film, mobile TV and the new individual television experience. Journal of African Cinema, 1(1), 126-132.

English, G. (February 1, 2006). Adventures in video storytelling. TechLearning. Retrieved April 15, 2006 from http://www.techlearning.com/story/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=175804117

Erstad, O. & Wertsch, J. (2009). Tales of mediation: Narrative and digital media as cultural tools. In K. Lundby (Ed.), Digital storytelling, mediatized stories: Self-representations in new media. New York: Peter Lang.

Gubrium, A. (2009). Digital storytelling: An emergent method for health promotion research and practice. Health Promotion Practice, 10(2), 186-91.

High, S. (2010). Telling stories: A reflection on oral history and new media. Oral History Society, 38(1).

Jakes, D. (December 1, 2005). Making a case for digital storytelling. TechLearning. Retrieved April 15, 2006 from http://www.techlearning.com/story/showArticle.jhtml?sssdmh=dm4.159441&articleID=174401140

Kaare, B. & Lundby, K. (2009). Self-presentation through multimedia: A Bakhtinian perspective on digital storytelling. In K. Lundby (Ed.), Digital storytelling, mediatized stories: Self-representations in new media. New York: Peter Lang.

Porter, B. (2004). About digital storytelling. Digitales. Retrieved April 15, 2006 from http://www.digitales.us/about/index.php

Salpeter, J. (February 15, 2005) Telling tales with technology. TechLearning. Retrieved April 15, 2006 from http://www.techlearning.com/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=60300276

Sameshima, P. & Sinner, A. (2009). Awakening to soma heliakon: Encountering teacher-researcher-learning in the twenty-first century. Canadian Journal of Education, 32(2), 271-284.

Schleser, M. Baker, C. & Kasia, M. (2009). Aesthetics of mobile media art. Journal of Media Practice: Change, Challenges and Choices, 10(2&3), 101-122.

Simons, J. (2009). Pockets in the screens-scape: Movies on the move. In MiT 6: Stone and Papyrus, Storage and Transmission.

Springer, J., (2005) Every picture tells a story. In L. Bull & L. Bell (Eds.), Teaching with digital images (pp. 49-62). Eugene, OR: ISTE Publications.

Installation

Mandlis, L. R. (2009). Art Installation as Method : ”Fragements” of Theory and Tape. Qualitative Inquiry, 15(8), 1352-1372.

Art Activism

Asante, M. K. Jr. (2008). It’s bigger than hip hop: The rise of the post-hip hop generation. New York: St. Martin’s Press.

Barndt, D. (2006). Wild fire: Art as activism. Toronto, ON: Sumach Press.

Marenko, B. (Ed.) (2005). DIY Survival. UK: C6 Books.  Available http://www.c6.org/

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