How to Make Art at the End of the World: A Manifesto for Research-Creation

This monograph examines debates surrounding research-creation and its institutionalization, paying particular attention to what it means – and why it matters – to make and teach art research-creationally in the North American university today. (Duke University Press). 2019

Knowings and Knots: Methodologies and Epistemologies in Research-Creation

An edited volume building on recent scholarship the critical discourse of research-creation. The volume asks how research-creation is conceived and actualized by practitioners in the interdisciplinary humanities, and how research-creation prompts critical new directions in the academy today. (University of Alberta Press). 2019


Immune Nations: Research-Creation as Collaborative Interdisciplinary Method

An edited volume of the SSHRC funded, peer-reviewed journal Imaginations. Forthcoming

Total Art Journal (2012)

A short-lived independent peer-reviewed journal (2 volumes) highlighting work that crosses practice-theory lines in traditional academic and artistic worlds.


Research-Creation Pedagogies” in Toxic Media Ecologies: Critical Cultural Practices in an Age of Alternative Facts, Sourayan Mookerjea (ed.), to be submitted to Wilfrid Laurier Press. (4,654 words). Forthcoming.

“Haraway’s Dog: Teaching Research-Creation as Interdisciplinary Method” in Sophie Stévance and Serge Lacasse (eds.), Les enjeux politiques et éthiques de la recherche-création, Presses de L’Université Laval. (6,149 words) 2018

“Towards a Manifesto on Research-Creation” in Natalie S. Loveless (ed.), Polemics: Short Statements on Research-Creation, Revue d’art canadienne/Canadian Art Review (RACAR), vol. 40, no. 1. (2,544 words) 2015

“Practice in the Flesh of Theory: Art, Research and the Fine Arts PhD,” Canadian Journal of Communications (special issue on Media Arts Revisited), vol. 37 (1): 93-108. (7,444 words) 2012