Highlights of my research projects and journal articles
in this interview I wander about unselfing, unshaping, reciprocity, and move beyond finding therapeutic inspiration from nature to a truly ecopoietic approach.
my presentation at the Poiesis Symposium VI (Oct 25, 2021) hosted by the Division of Arts, Health and Society at the European Graduate School
coronavirus as a rite of passage: finding cures for “colonialvirus” in expressive arts based research
in Ecopoiesis: Eco-Human Theory and Practice Journal Volume 1 (2020) Issue 2
city as studio, city as wound: dreaming abolitionist futures
in POIESIS: A Journal of the Arts & Communication (Volume 18, 2021, EGS Press)
(This is part of the Mitacs fellowship Abolitionist Dream Mapping research project. Visit project website: https://www.abolitiondreaming.com/gracelynn-project)
An expressive arts-based inquiry article will be published in Creative Arts in Education and Therapy 6(2): 153–170 DOI: 10.15212/CAET/2020/6/22
This is a three part annotated bibliography I have written in the summer of 2020 as I prepare for my PhD qualifying exam. The bibliography includes 30 items covering the intersection of settler-colonial studies and Indigenous studies, expressive arts therapy and collective trauma healing, and Community-Based Participatory Research and Art-Based Research.