Bibliography

General-Interest Publications

Anthologies

Forthcoming. On the Edge: Being Young in a Precarious Province. Artforce NL.

Forthcoming. Outer Reaches/Inner Workings: 2SLGBTQ+ Writing from Newfoundland and Labrador. Breakwater Books.

2021. Land of Many Shores: Stories from a Diverse Newfoundland and Labrador. Breakwater Books.

Solo-Authored Books

In progress. The Other Five Senses. Represented by The Margret McBride Literary Agency.

Articles and Op-Eds

2022. "When good intentions go wrong: A Newfoundland pony's death should teach us all a lesson." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. August 21.

2022. "Abortion is ancient history: A medical story that dates back further than you might think." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. July 23.

2022. "What to Do When Your Child Has Sensory Processing Disorder." PsychologyToday.com. July 23.

2022. “Wave over wave: How water imagery has helped us understand (and predict) disease.” CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. May 2.

2022. "How the Ukraine crisis reveals our racial empathy gap." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. March 12.

2022. "From Nalujuit to the Yule Cat, here's a look at the monsters of the holiday season." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. January 1.

2021. "Yowling cats and murdered frogs: The bizarre Victorian origins of Christmas cards." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. December 26.

2021. "A is for … ox? How the Latin alphabet is descended from Egyptian hieroglyphs." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. December 18.

2021. "Like polio, the long-term impact of COVID will be measured in disability." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. September 26.

2021. "A mystery in Victorian London paved the way for the techniques we use to track COVID-19." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. September 12.

2021. "This isn't the first time a pandemic has made the rich even richer." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. August 22.

2021. "The last time the Olympics went viral." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. August 1.

2021. "The century-long debate over vaccine passports." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. July 25.

2021. "A century ago, there was a race against time to fight a deadly outbreak." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. July 11.

2021. "Today's vaccines are the result of centuries of experimentation." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. June 20.

2021. "Germ warfare: Weaponizing an illness is older than you might think." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. June 6.

2021. "Pandemic Stress Supercharges Personal Growth." PsychologyToday.com. May 27.

2021. "Learning a pandemic lesson: Here's one habit we now avoid like the plague." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. May 23.

2021. "Why do we call it 'Jiggs dinner,' anyway?" CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. May 9.

2021. "The story behind the blistering speed of COVID vaccine development." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. May 2.

2021. "Why have Indigenous communities been hit harder by the pandemic than the population at large?" CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. April 25.

2021. "Think wearing masks in everyday life is a new concept? Think again." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. April 4.

2021. "When is a face not a face?" PsychologyToday.com. March 31.

2021. "Writing in isolation: How pandemics can lead to wonderful art." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. March 21.

2021. "Plague upon the waters: How a disease-ridden steamboat spread yellow fever." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. March 7.

2021. "Canadian Teenager Wins New Prize at Prestigious Prix de Lausanne." The Dance Current. March 3.

2021. "An election in a pandemic? Let's take and old, old-school look at that." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. February 28.

2021. "Why Your Mind Can See Faces Where They Don't Exist." PsychologyToday.com. February 10.

2021. "Pandemics and labour: COVID-19 isn't the first time there's been upheaval at work." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. February 6.

2021. "Made in BC Celebrates 15 Years with an Interactive Virtual History." The Dance Current. February 3.

2021. "Quack cures: How fraudulent claims and pandemics sadly go together." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. January 24.

2021. "LEGO Braille Bricks Help Blind Children Learn to Read." PsychologyToday.com. January 17.

2021. "The Christmas season, not Hallowe'en, was once considered the spookiest time of year." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. January 1.

2020. "It's Not Autism. It's Sensory Processing Disorder." PsychologyToday.com. December 31.

2020. "Say Goodbye to 2020 by Screaming into the Void." PsychologyToday.com. December 31.

2020. "Having Strange Dreams During the Pandemic? You're Not Alone." PsychologyToday.com. December 30.

2020. "Health-care workers and everyday heroism: A case study in curbing disease." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. December 20.

2020. "Pandemic shaming is far from a new problem." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. December 6.

2020. "From hard pants to consumptive chic: How pandemics influence fashion." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. November 22.

2020. "Being high-risk for COVID complications looks different than most people think." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. November 15.

2020. "Here's why disease outbreaks create perfect conditions for the rise of conspiracy theories." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. November 8.

2020. "Athletic Art." (Feature) The Dance Current (Nov/Dec): 20-23.

2020. "The kids are all right: We can learn about resilience from children in earlier pandemics." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. October 25.

2020. "If we want to reform our police forces, we have to overcome their history of racial violence." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. October 17.

2020. "A brief history of bubbling: Why quarantine habits are much older than you might think." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. October 4.

2020. "What's Another Word for Pandemic?" Word Magazine. October 1.

2020. "Most Authors Can Hear Their Characters Speaking to Them." PsychologyToday.com. September 30.

2020. "Horror Fans Cope Better with the Pandemic, Study Finds." PsychologyToday.com. September 30.

2020. "In the Brains of Foot-Painters, Feet Become Hands." PsychologyToday.com. September 23.

2020. "Plague doctors and PPE: Today's gear has nothing on the medical garb of the Renaissance." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. August 23.

2020. "A pandemic is a perfect time for serious social change." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. August 16.

2020. "This extinct N.L. dog is the ancestor of all modern retrievers." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. August 2.

2020. "On our own: Social distancing is making our loneliness visible." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. July 19.

2020. "COVID’s Assault on Senses More Extensive than First Thought." PsychologyToday.com. June 30.

2020. "The Myth That Endangers Black Lives." PsychologyToday.com. June 8.

2020. "The Ode to Newfoundland, just not as you ever heard it." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. May 31.

2020. "Is Craft Booming in COVID Because We're Starved for Touch?" PsychologyToday.com. May 23.

2020. "Adaptive Dance Teacher Adapts to a Virtual Classroom." The Dance Current (online). May 7.

2020. "Tanya Burka: The Science of Silks." The Dance Current (May/Jun): 9-10.

2020. "Pandemic groceries: 1 person, once a week may be the ideal, but it shouldn't be the law." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. April 26.

2020. "NL’s Last Great Pandemic: Lessons from the 1918 Flu." TheIndependent.ca. April 15.

2020. "In a public health crisis, let's look at an unsung hero: the sidewalk." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. April 12.

2020. "Loss of Smell or Taste Could Be a Symptom of COVID-19." PsychologyToday.com. March 26.

2020. "Officials Discourage Ibuprofen for Symptoms of COVID-19." PsychologyToday.com. March 17.

2020. "You don't need to travel to Ireland to find fairies." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. March 15.

2020. "Sorting out the confusion of service dogs — and the rights they hold." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. February 23.

2020. "10 Songs That Will Give You Chills." PsychologyToday.com. February 12.

2020. "Have You Ever Had a Skin Orgasm?" PsychologyToday.com. February 11.

2020. "In the midst of adversity, NE Avalon health care workers continue to show heart." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. February 2.

2020. "This Shirt Enables the Deaf to Feel Music." PsychologyToday.com. January 16.

2020. "When every January is dry: The surprising appeal of living without alcohol." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. January 11.

2019. "Celebrate Christmas the old-fashioned way: with drunken mayhem." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. December 21.

2019. "Church attendance is diminishing as multiculturalism is rising, and that's no coincidence." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. October 21.

2019. "When friends marry friends: Why one-time officiants are becoming a thing." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. September 22.

2019. "Burlington Tooshkenig Brings Rare Indigenous Art Form to Newfoundland and Labrador." Newfoundland Quarterly Online. September 13.

2019. "From Dildo to Witless Bay: Where did N.L. get its unusual place names?" CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. September 1.

2019. "All the lovely Juanitas: How did a Spanish name find such popularity in Newfoundland?" CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. July 21.

2019. "Gender neutrality doesn’t hurt children – it’s part of our history." The Globe and Mail. July 4 (online), July 6 (print).

2019. "Tea, Travel, Track and Field: Meet the Owners of Formosa Tea House." Newfoundland Quarterly Online. June 6.

2019. “Why do we call Middle Eastern dance ‘belly dance’?Edinburgh University Press Blog. May 23.

2019. "Let's it hear for the nans: Here's why we all need a (grand) Mother's Day." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. May 11.

2019. "Chilling with Brent Beshara." Newfoundland Quarterly Online. April 18.

2019. "There's value in preserving religious structures — even for the religiously unaffiliated." CBC National. April 18.

2019. "The college admissions scandal is shocking, but the rich have always bought their way into elite universities." National Post. April 4.

2019. "In the shadow of Mount Cashel: The tipping point of disillusionment with the Catholic Church." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. March 17.

2019. "Priests and pastors shoulder a huge emotional burden, but they're burning out ... alone." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. January 20.

2018. "Chill out, folks; there's no need to be so defensive about Christmas." CBC Newfoundland and Labrador. December 26.

2004. "So You Want to Go to Grad School." Laureate Handbook. Montréal, QC: Millennium Foundation of Canada. Published under the name Ainsley Dicks.

2003. "Aislinn and the Problem with Names." Queen’s Feminist Review 11: 21-23. Published under the name Ainsley Dicks.

2003. "Where the Seas Roll Up Their Thunder." Culture Shock 3: 9-10. Published under the name Ainsley Dicks.

Reports

2014-2017. Newfoundland and Labrador’s Vital Signs. St. John's, NL: Community Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador and the Leslie Harris Centre of Regional Policy and Development at Memorial University.

Oral History

Dicks, K. 2018. "Kathleen + Gus." Interviewed by A. Hawthorn. In Stories from the Heart, Oral History Roadshow Series 6, edited by K. Harvey and D. Jarvis, 23-30. St. John's, NL: Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Short Fiction

2021. "The Patchwork Skin." In Mythology from the Rock, edited by Ellen Curtis and Erin Vance, 42-51. Chapel Arm, NL: Engen Books.

2005. "In Grandmother’s House." In Jabberwocky 1, edited by Sean Wallace, 103-12. Gaithersburg, MD: Prime Books. Published under the name Ainsley Dicks.

Poetry

2006. "the string." In Jabberwocky 2, edited by Sean Wallace, 110-11. Gaithersburg, MD: Prime Books. Published under the name Ainsley Dicks.

2004. "Crossing the Break". Queen’s Feminist Review 12: 71. Published under the name Ainsley Dicks.

2004. "Identity Theory." Queen’s Feminist Review 12: 37. Published under the name Ainsley Dicks.

2004. "The Red Shoes." Queen’s Undergraduate Review 16: 13. Published under the name Ainsley Dicks.

Academic Publications

Edited Volumes

2019. Distant Impressions: The Senses in the Ancient Near East. University Park, PA: Eisenbrauns. With A.-C. Rendu Loisel.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

2020. "La popularisation de « la danse du ventre ». Origine et transmission d’un nom vulgaire." Recherches en danse 9.

2020. "Wherefore art thou Juanita? The Life of a Spanish Name in Newfoundland." Names.

2019. "Belly Dance, Persona Non Grata of Cultural Dance." Conversations across the Field of Dance Studies 39: 8-11.

2019. "Camels, Temples, and Jewels: Representing Middle Eastern Movement in Canadian English." Journal of Intercultural Studies 40 (6): 772-88.

2019. "Middle Eastern Dance and What We Call It." Dance Research 37 (1): 1-17.

2018. "Newfoundland and Labrador's Vital Signs: Portrait of a Foundation-University Partnership." The Foundation Review 10 (1): 113-29. With S. Brennan and R. Greenwood.

2015. "‘You Are Just Like Me’: The Motif of the Double in the Epic of Gilgamesh and the Agushaya Poem." KASKAL 12: 451-66.

Book Chapters

2020. "Your Clothes Should Be Clean! Your Head Should Be Washed! Body Cleaning and Social Inclusion in the Epic of Gilgamesh." In Cleaning and Value: Interdisciplinary Investigations, edited by I. Bredenbröker, C. Hanzen, and F. Kotzur, 167-80. Leiden: Sidestone Press.

2020. "The Fish and the Tamarisk: Sexual and Celestial Symbolism in 'Lugalbanda and the Anzu Bird'." In Cult Practices in Ancient Literatures: Egyptian, Near Eastern and Graeco-Roman Narratives in a Cross-Cultural Perspective. Proceedings of a Workshop at the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York, May 16-17, 2016, ISAW Papers 18, edited by F. Naether.

2019. "The Shifting Gaze: Looking and Seeing in the Neo-Assyrian Royal Inscriptions." In Distant Impressions: The Senses in the Ancient Near East, edited by A. Hawthorn and A.-C. Rendu Loisel, 105-21. University Park, PA: Eisenbrauns.

2019. "The Senses in the Ancient Near East: An Introduction." In Distant Impressions: The Senses in the Ancient Near East, edited by A. Hawthorn and A.-C. Rendu Loisel, 1-20. University Park, PA: Eisenbrauns. With A.-C. Rendu Loisel.

Dissertation

2012. Catching the Eye of the Gods: The Gaze in Mesopotamian Literature. Ph.D. diss. Yale University. Submitted under the name A. A. Dicks.

Radio and Podcasting

Hosting

2020-21. Apocalypse Then, CBC Radio NL. With Andrew Hawthorn.

2021. “Religion After the Pandemic.” Crosstalk, CBC Radio NL. July 19. With Andrew Hawthorn.

2016-17. No Time for Heroics podcast, episodes 59-100. With Andrew Hawthorn and Anthony Murphy.

Contributed Reporting

2022. “Pandemic Waves.” St. John’s Morning Show, CBC Radio NL. April 22.

2019. “Wedding Officiating.” St. John’s Morning Show, CBC Radio NL.

Event Hosting and Facilitation

2022. 2SLGBTQIA+ Data and Engagement Summit. Quadrangle NL, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, October 25. (Upcoming)

2022. “Belonging Here” Author Panel. Ochre Fest, Ochre Pit Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador. July 9.

2022. Toil and Trouble. Here Kitty Kitty Productions. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. April 9.

2021. Newfoundland and Labrador Book Awards for Poetry. Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. September 30. (Virtual)

2021. Newfoundland and Labrador Book Awards for Non-Fiction. Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador, St. John’s, , Newfoundland and Labrador. September 29. (Virtual)

2020. “Digitizing Medieval Sussex." Bader International Study Centre, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario. December 3. (Virtual)

2020. “Making Change with COVID: Possibilities for Living and Learning.” NEXUS Centre, Memorial University, St. John’s, , Newfoundland and Labrador. November 25. With Andrew Hawthorn. (Virtual)

Public Presentations

Workshops

2022. "Short Memoir: How to Write Your Own Story." CB Nuit, Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador. September 17.

Literary Readings

2022. "Mapping a Diverse Newfoundland and Labrador." Ochre Fest, Ochre Pit Cove, Newfoundland and Labrador. July 9.

2022. “A Cry in the Darkness.” What’s All That Noise?, Sparks Literary Festival, St. John’s, NL. May 15.

2022. "Orientation." Northern Labrador Outreach Event, Quadrangle NL. February 25. (Virtual)

2021. "What’s Another Word for 'Pandemic'?" Writing in the Time of COVID, Writers’ Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador. March 26. (Virtual)

Public Talks

2021. "Talking Belly Dance: Orientalism and Anti-Orientalism in Dance Terminology." Mahin's Bellydance Quickies, Phoenix, Arizona. May 30.

2020. "Where the Words Come From: How Belly Dance Movements Got Their Names." Art in the Time of COVID Dance Series presented by ArtsNL, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. December 12.

2019. "The Other Five Senses: Using Our Lesser-Known Senses to Connect with Our Bodies and Our Spirits." Vertical Xpression, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. April 28.

2019. "Agnosticism and Reimagining Church." With Andrew J. Hawthorn. St. Mark's Anglican Church, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. April 10. With A. Hawthorn.

2018. "Mesopotamia and the Invention of Writing." Lester B. Pearson United World College of the Pacific, Victoria, British Columbia. November 15.

2018. "'Writing about Research for a General Audience." People, Place, and Public Engagement Conference, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. October 25-27.

2017. "Canada's Vital Signs 2017: Community Systems and Belonging." 2017 NL Vital Signs Launch, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. October 19.

2016. "Canada's Vital Signs 2016: Social Participation and Belonging." 2016 NL Vital Signs Launch, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. October 4.

2015. "Canada's Vitals Signs 2015: Belonging - Exploring Connection to Community." 2015 NL Vital Signs Launch, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. October 6.

2013. “Defining Community,” 2017 Starts Now, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. June 3. Presented under the name A. Dicks.

Panels

2018. "Cross-Cultural Collaboration, Study, and Creative Practice." Ori, post-performance discussion, Arts and Culture Centre, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. November 2.

Academic Presentations

Keynote Addresses

2022. “Symptoms May Include Labour Organizing." Atlantic Canada Labour Law Conference, Lancaster House, Halifax, Nova Scotia. May 27.

Invited Talks

2021. "Pandemics and Social Change." University in the Community, University of Toronto, Ontario. October 6.

2020. "Listening with the Body: The Raqs Sharqi Dancer as Musical Interpreter." Music & Culture Lecture Series, Research Centre for the Study of Music, Media, and Place, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. February 25.

2017. "Hacking Sumerian: A Database Approach to the Analysis of Ancient Languages." Digital Classicist Berlin seminar series, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Berlin, Germany. November 27.

2017. "The Shifting Gaze: Vision in the Neo-Assyrian Royal Inscriptions." Research Training Group “Early Concepts of Man and Nature: Universal, Local, Borrowed,” Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz, Germany. February 2.

2014. "Enkidu, Ṣaltu, and the Motif of the Double in Akkadian Literature." Advanced Seminar in the Humanities, Ca' Foscari University of Venice and Venice International University, Venice, Italy. September 30.

2014. "Vicious Vision: Anger, Envy, and the Evil Eye in Mesopotamia." Institute for Assyriology and Hittitology and Distant Worlds: Graduate School for Ancient Studies, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany. July 14. Presented under the name A. Dicks.

2014. "Seeing, Staring, Peering, Glaring: The Vocabulary of Vision in Sumerian and Akkadian." Department of Ancient Near Eastern Studies, Institute for Ancient History, Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg, Germany. July 3. Presented under the name A. Dicks.

2014. "The Eye of Death: Malevolent Gaze in Mesopotamia." Institute for Near Eastern Studies, University of Vienna, Austria. June 24. Presented under the name A. Dicks.

2004. "Nietzsche, Plato, and the Overman." Humane Studies Research Colloquium, Institute for Humane Studies, Arlington, Virginia. May 13-15. Presented under the name A. Dicks.

Workshops Organized

2015. "Representing the Senses in the Ancient Near East: Between Text and Image." 61e Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Bern, Switzerland. June 25. With A.-C. Rendu Loisel.

Conference Presentations

2018. "From danse du ventre to raqs sharqi: Middle Eastern Dance and What to Call It." Dance Studies Association Annual Conference, Valetta, Malta. July 5-8.

2017. "Speaking of the Grassroots: Representing Oriental Dance Movement in North American English." World Dance Alliance Global Summit, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. July 23-28.

2017. "Body Cleaning, Social Norms, and Value in the Epic of Gilgamesh." Cleaning and Value Interdisciplinary Workshop, Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main, Frankfurt, Germany. June 8-11.

2017. "NL’s Vital Signs." C2U Expo Community Jam, Simon Fraser University, Surrey, British Columbia. May 1-2. With S. Brennan.

2016. "Camels, Snakes, and Jewels: Talking Belly Dance in the English-Speaking World." The Uses of Intangible Cultural Heritage: Challenges and Perspectives, Québec City, Québec. May 19-22.

2016. "The Fish and the Tamarisk: Symbolism and Ritual Instruction in ‘Lugalbanda and the Anzu Bird’." Cult Practices in Ancient Literatures: Egyptian, Near Eastern and Graeco-Roman Narratives in a Cross-Cultural Perspective, Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University, New York. May 16-17.

2013. "Divine Visions: Sight and Gaze in Mesopotamian Literature." Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, Baltimore, Maryland. November 23-26. Presented under the name A. Dicks.

2013. "igi du8 vs. igi bar: Semantics, Subject-Specific Usage, and Theological Implications." 59e Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale, Ghent, Belgium. July 15-19. Presented under the name A. Dicks.

2004. "My Voice Far Off: Sappho and the Impossibility of Lyricism." Presented at the University of Alberta Undergraduate Classics Conference, Edmonton, Alberta. March 12-13. Presented under the name A. Dicks.

Guest Lectures

2022. “Diversity and the Musical Experience.” Contexts of Music Education with David Buley, Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. January 26.

2018. “Dance Studies and Historical Methods.” Research Methods and Problems in Ethnomusicology with Kati Szego, Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. November 14.

Departmental Seminars

2009. "Look Steadfastly Upon Me: The Gaze of the Gods in Mesopotamian Literature." Presented at the Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations Roundtable, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. March 26. Presented under the name A. Dicks.

Panels

2015. "Where Words Fail: Challenges of Representing and Teaching Movement." Symposium on Embodiment, Gesture and Dance, Research Centre for Music, Media and Place, Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. May 24.

Dance

Film Performances

2020. Calamus, directed by Kenneth J. Harvey.

Choreographic Experience

2005-11. Yale Belly Dance Society. New Haven, Connecticut.

2007-09. Ya Zulfia Middle Eastern Dance Duo. New Haven, Connecticut.

Solo Performances

2019. Dance on the Edge. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.

2018. Night at the Caravanserai. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.

2015. Synthesis: Contemporary. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.

2013. Arabian Nights Gala. Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador.

2013. RIAC Summer Cultural Festival. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.

2013. Dance NL Annual General Meeting. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador.

2006-11. Hips Against Hunger, Yale Belly Dance Society Annual Gala Performance. New Haven, Connecticut.

2009. Women’s Day Celebration. Yale International Center, New Haven, Connecticut.

2006-08. Yale Winter Arts Festival. Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.

2008. Intercollegiate Middle Eastern Dance Conference. Columbia University, New York, New York.

2008. Lafayette Grill, New York, New York.

2007. Middle East Fusion Night. Caffé Bottega, New Haven, Connecticut.

2007. A Night at the Kasbah. Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.

2005-07. Yale International Cultural Festival. New Haven, Connecticut.

2005. Middletown Dances. Middletown, Connecticut.

Visual Art

Solo Exhibitions

2019. Formative. Craft Council of NL Gallery, St. John's, NL. March .

Group Exhibitions

2019. Various Works. Body Images. Vertical Xpression, St. John’s, NL. July.

2018. “Sampler.” Feminisms (Re)Framed. St. John’s, NL. August.

Publications

2020. "Bumble Bees"; "Honey Bees"; "The Hive." Riddle Fence 35: 33, 36.

Other

2019. “Here There Be Monsters” selected to appear on Quidi Vidi Brewery labels in October to promote the 30th anniversary of the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival.