2016 “Introduction: Curatorial Dreaming” (with Erica Lehrer) in Curatorial Dreams: Critics Imagine Exhibitions, eds. S. Butler and E. Lehrer. Montreal: MQUP.
2016 “Museum without Walls: After Into the Heart of Africa” in Curatorial Dreams: Critics Imagine Exhibitions, eds. S. Butler and E. Lehrer. Montreal: MQUP.
2015 “Reflexive Museology: Lost and Found”. In The International Handbook of Museum Studies: Museum Theory: An Expanded Field, eds. K. Message and A.Witcomb. Blackwell, 159-182.
2012 “Curatorial Interventions in Township Tours: Two Trajectories.” In Slum Tourism: Poverty, Power and Ethics, ed. F. Frenzel et al. London: Routledge, 215-231.
2011 Contested Representations: Revisiting Into the Heart of Africa. Updated Edition. Forward by A.Shelton. University of Toronto Press (previously published by Broadview Press, 2008).
2011 “Curatorial Dreams: A Critic Imagines an Exhibition.” In Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archives Professionals vol 7, no. 4: 418-9. eds. L. Gomoll and L. Olivares.
2010 “A Conversation with Silvia Forni, Curator of the Royal Ontario Museum’s First Permanent African Gallery”. Anthropologica 52: 198-200.
2010 “Should I Stay of Should I Go? Negotiating Township Tours in Post-Apartheid South Africa.” Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change (8): 1-2: 15-29.
2000 “The Politics of Exhibiting Culture: Legacies and Possibilities.” Museum Anthropology 23(3): 74-92.
1999 Contested Representations: Revisiting Into the Heart of Africa. Amsterdam: Gordon and Breach Publishing.
Exhibition and Book Reviews:
Review Essay. Museums, Equality and Social Justice, eds. R. Sandell and Nightengale. Museum Worlds: Advances in Research .1:241-245.
2010 Review of the African Gallery at the ROM. Anthropologica 52: 197-98.
2010 Review of Museums and Empire: natural history, human cultures and colonial identities, by John Mackenzie. Museum and Society 8 (3): 216-18
2007 Review of Museum Frictions: Public Culture/ Global Transformations, eds. Ivan Karp et al. Museum Anthropology Review.
1990 Learning about Literacy and Disability at St. Christopher House Adult Literacy Program. Toronto: St. Christopher House & Ontario Ministry of Education