“Sochi Olympics 2014, Canadian Truth and Reconciliation, and the Haunting Ghouls of Canadian Nationalism.” Performance Studies and Canadian Culture. Edited by Laura Levin and Marlis Schweitzer. McGill-Queen’s Press, 2017. 184-209.
“Unravel: A Labour of Lament and Unbecoming.” Engaging Affects, Thinking Feelings: Social, Political and Artistic Practices. Eds. Susan Driver, Kara Stone and Melanie Patenaude. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2016. 139-144.
“Diamanda Galás and Amanda Todd: Performing Trauma’s Sticky Connections.” Theatre Research in Canada 36:1, (2015): 89-105.
“Cultivating a cross-border, extra-theatrical assemblage in resistance to Femicide in the Americas.” Canadian Theatre Review Issue 161 (2015): 22-25.
“State the Nature of Your Emergency.” Emergency Index: Volume 4: 2015. Edited by Yelena Gluzman and Sophia Cleary. New York: Ugly Duckling Press, 2015:
“Military Memorialization and its Object(s) of Period Purification.” Performing Objects and Theatrical Things. Edited by Joanne Zerdy and Marlis Schweitzer. Palgrave McMillan: London. 2014: 104-117.
Guest blog: “The Work of Testimony: Beyond borders, across generations.” Panamerican Routes/ Rutas Panamericanas. Aluna Theatre blog.
“Between Worlds: Reflections on a Year of Falling.” Theatre of Affect (Essays), Volume 4 in the New Essays on Canadian Theatre series, Ed. Erin Hurley, Gen. Ed. Ric Knowles. Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press. 2014: 263-274.
“Beyond Monumentalization: Activating Empathy for the ‘Lost Subjects of History.’” Canadian Theatre Review Issue 157 2014: (Winter), 34-38.
Check out “Spinning Feminist Voices: Feminist Fibres Performance at hub 14″, an interwoven descriptive text written by Alla Myzelev and Kesly Vivash in response to FEMINIST FIBRES performance event (curated by Adriana Disman) that Shot at Dawn was privileged to be included in.
“Shot at Dawn.” Emergency Index: Volume 3: 2013. Edited by Yelena Gluzman. New York: Ugly Duckling Press, 2014: 546-537.
“Impact Lab and the Halprin Life Art Process: A Practice-based Approach to Creative, Affective, and Political Mobilization.” Canadian Journal of Practice-based Research in Theatre Volume 5, Number 1, 2013.
“Piece/Peace Work: Engendering ‘rationalities of care’ through a Thread-by-Thread Deconstruction of Militarism.” Performance Research: A Journal of the Performing Arts. Volume 18, Issue 2, (2013): 4-14.
“Beyond Heroism and Towards Shared Vulnerability: Re-imagining Canada’s Affective Deployment of Mourning in Response to Afghan War Deaths” FRAKCIJA Issue 58-59, (2012): 51-59.
“Impact Afghanistan War.” Emergency Index: 2011. Edited by Yelena Gluzman and Matvei Yankelevich. New York: Ugly Duckling Press, 2012: 26-27.