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
“Sometimes a book has such an original premise, you can’t help but be intrigued …”
Globe and Mail – Jade Colbert, Aug. 12, 2016
The Globe and Mail‘s Jane Colbert writes: “This is a highly inventive and intellectually rewarding approach to thinking about the world.”
The National Post‘s Robert Fulford welcomes Curatorial Dreams as a “ground-breaking” book, attentive to “how museums affect people and how they are treated in popular culture.”
In Art Libraries Society of North America, Maria Gonzales writes, “The essays expand the curatorial imagination to empathically and collectively intervene, inspire, and heal.”
International Journal of Heritage Studies describes Curatorial Dreams as “an ambitious pronouncement on ‘civically-engaged scholarship’ … a must-read for museum studies scholars and practitioners alike.”