Here you can find ASC! project publications that are available online in the public domain. These publications include books, journal articles, interviews, published conference proceedings, reports, and press. Each section is organized by date, from newest to oldest.
Doolittle, Lisa. and Jean Harrowing. “Performing and Complex Social Change.”
Complex Social Change. Ed. J. Mills. Lethbridge: University of Lethbridge Art Gallery. 2015. 134-153. Print and E-book.
Fels, Lynn, Carleton Derek Leggo, Ruth Elwood Martin, and Mo Korchinski. Arresting Hope: Women Taking Action in Prison Health inside out. N.p.: Inanna Publications, 2014. Print.*
Spiegel, Jennifer B. “Performing ‘In The Red’: Transformations and Tensions in Repertoires of Contestation during the 2012 Quebec Student Strike.” Social Movement Studies: Journal of Social, Cultural and Political Protest. June 2016. Print.
Spiegel, Jennifer B. “Masked Protest in the Age of Austerity: State Violence, Anonymous Bodies, and Resistance “In the Red”.” Critical Inquiry 41.4 (2015): 786-810. Web.
Spiegel, Jennifer B. “Rêve Général Illimité? the Role of Creative Protest in Transforming the Dynamics of Space and Time during the 2012 Quebec Student Strike.” Antipode 47.3 (2015): 770-91. Web.
Spiegel, Jennifer B., Maria-Christina Breilh, Arturo Campañia, Judith Marcuse & Annalee Yassi. “Social circus and health equity: Exploring the national social circus program in Ecuador.” Arts & Health 7:1 (2015): 65-74. Web.
Marcuse, Judith. “New masters program uses art for social change.” By Erika Loggin. The Peak. Jan 25, 2016. Web.
Marcuse, Judith. “New M.Ed in Arts for Social Change at SFU.” The Dance Current. Dec 15 2015. Web.
Mahoney, Tara. “‘Not-a-Party’ election party celebrates nonpartisan politics.” By Kevin Rey. The Peak. Oct 13 2015. Web.
Mahoney, Tara. “Could this be the election that breaks Canadians’ political apathy?” By Tom Sandborn. iPOLITICS. Oct 9 2015. Web.
Mahoney, Tara “Four Heartening Hints Young Voters Are Paying Attention.” By Tom Sandborn. The Tyee. Oct 8 2015. Web.
Doolittle, Lisa. “The Arts in Action: Liberal education gets creative and inclusive.” Edited interview. Light on Teaching. The Teaching Centre. Sep 2015. Web.
Mahoney, Tara. “Encouraging and engaging voters through art.” The Vancouver Sun. Aug 28 2015. Web.
Mahoney, Tara. “Creative Publics art project aims to inspire young voters in Vancouver.” By Stephen Hui. The Georgia Straight. Aug 19 2015. Web.
Flynn, Anne. “Parkinsons dancers perform at High Performance Rodeo.” By Stephen Hunt. The Calgary Herald. Jan 19 2015. Web.
Charbonneau, Léo. “Integrated Theatre Class ‘transforms’ Persons with Disabilities | University Affairs.” University Affairs Integrated Theatre Class Transforms Persons with Disabilities. N.p., 14 Jan. 2015. Web. 06 July 2016.
Flynn, Anne. “Using dance as Parkinson’s therapy.” UToday. University of Calgary. Feb 4 2014. Web.
Marcuse, Judith. “How Art Will Save the World.” The Venture. n.d. Web.
PUBLISHED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Spiegel, Jennifer B. “Of Spectacle and Collective Resistance: Rethinking the Relationships between ‘Symbolic’ and ‘Direct’ Action in Radicalism.” In Giguère, Nicholas, Michaël Fortier, and Catherine Dumont. “Action radicale, sujet radical: racines, représentations, symboles et créations.” «Action radicale, sujet radical: racines, représentations, symboles et créations»/«Radical action, radical subject: roots, representations, symbols and creations». Éditions de l’Université de Sherbrooke (ÉDUS). 2015. Web.
Spiegel, Jennifer, B. “Social Circus as an Art for Social Change: promoting social inclusion and cultural democracy.” In Culture has an Impact! University of Tampere, Tampere, Finland. Feb 2014. Web.
“State of the Art: A Report on Art for Social Change in Canada.” April 2016. Web.
Spiegel, Jennifer, Stephanie M. Parent, Karen Lockhart, Annalee Yassi, and Shira Taylor. Report on the Questionnaire Survey Conducted among Social Circus Participants at the “Rassemblement” Event, Quebec, May 2014. Rep. Concordia University, University of Toronto, University of British Columbia. Vancouver: ASC! Project, 2014. Print.
Smith, Janet. “The 10 biggest arts stories of 2015, from a wooden tower to a new opera fest.” The Georgia Straight, Dec 29, 2015. Web.
Charbonneau, Léo. “Integrated Theatre Class ‘transforms’ Persons with Disabilities | University Affairs.” University Affairs Integrated Theatre Class Transforms Persons with Disabilities. N.p., 14 Jan. 2015. Web.
“CTV Calgary: Treating Parkinson’s with Dance?” Calgary. N.p., 10 Feb. 2014. Web.
“Harnessing Art for Social Change, Office of the Vice-President, Research.” Harnessing Art for Social Change. Simon Fraser University, 12 Nov. 2013. Web.
Kenny, Trevor. “The Dance of Change.” SAM Magazine 2013: 26-27. Print and E-magazine.