Robinson

Publications

Robinson, Dylan and Keavy Martin, eds. Arts of Engagement: Taking Aesthetic Action In and Beyond the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2016.

“Intergenerational Sense, Intergenerational Responsibility.” In Arts of Engagement: Taking Aesthetic Action in and Beyond the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. Eds. Keavy Martin and Dylan Robinson. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2016.

“Public Art in Vancouver and the Civic Infrastructure of Redress”, co-written with Keren Zaiontz. The Land We Are: Artists and Writers Unsettle the Politics of Reconciliation. Eds. Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill and Sophie McCall. Winnipeg: Arbeiter Ring Press, 2015.

“Reconciliation Relations.” Canadian Theatre Review Journal. Volume 161 (Winter 2015): 60-63.

“Feeling Reconciliation, Remaining Settled.” In Theatres of Affect. Ed. Erin Hurley. Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press, 2014.

“Intercultural Art Music and The Sensory Veracity of Reconciliation: Brent Michael Davids’ Powwow Symphony on the Dakota Music Tour.” MUSICultures: Journal of The Canadian Society for Traditional Music. Special Issue, Indigenous Modernities.  39, 1 (2012): 111-128.

Presentations

October 2015. “Feeling the City’s Welcome: The Right to the City on ‘Unceded Coast Salish Territory’.” Native American Art Studies Association, Santa Fe.

June 2015. “Reading the Land Beneath Our Feet: The Infrastructural Logics of Re-Naming Vancouver / Lhq’á:lets.” Native American and Indigenous Studies Assn., Washington, D.C.

February 2015. “Site-Singing Sovereignty: Indigenous Voices Reclaiming Public Space.” College Art Association, New York.

January 2015. “O Siem / Ô Siyám: Music and Community in Canada’s TRC.” Modern Languages Association (MLA), Vancouver. Panel: Performing Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Act.

March 2014. “‘Singing through our tears’: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada.” Canadian Studies Program, University of California, Berkeley.

February 2014. “Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission.” Panamerican Routes/Rutas Panamericanas Festival 2014, Toronto.

September 2013. “The Arts and Reconciliation.” BC Truth And Reconciliation Commission National Event, Vancouver.

November 2012. “The Crude Empathy of Song.” Society for Ethnomusicology, New Orleans.

November 2011. “Feeling Reconciliation on the ‘Powwow Symphony Circuit’.”  Society for Ethnomusicology, Philadelphia.

May & June 2011. “Intercultural Music and the Sublimation of Redress.” Canadian University Music Society, Mount Alison University (June); Native American and Indigenous Studies Association, Sacramento (May).

April 2011. “The Sound of Reconciliation.” American Comparative Literature Association, Vancouver.