︎Breaking the Art World's ‘Closed Circle’

︎Much of Early Black Cinema is Lost, but Garrett Bradley's Lyrical Films Restore its Potential
Art in America

︎Unity as Myth
Catalogue essay for Countermythologies at NXTHVN

︎The Price of Success: PESTS' Struggle for Art World Visibility in the 1980s
The Core Program Yearbook 

︎Doreen Garner’s Visceral, Bodily Sculptures Confront Racial Trauma

︎An Indigenous Artist Collective that Raises the Bar

︎A Poetics of Survival: A Conversation with Demian DinéYazhi´
Temporary Art Review

︎Autumn Knight's Sanity TV
Art Practical

︎Revisiting a Seminal Exhibition on “Third World” Feminist Art at A.I.R. Gallery

︎Are you Being Preached to? Again? How Adrian Piper’s Meta-Art Imagined a Socially Engaged Art World
Temporary Art Review

︎Documenta 14: Learning From Athens, Learning From Crisis
Art F City

︎Break it Down, Break it Open: A Conversation with Physical Education
Temporary Art Review

︎Ann Hirsch: Playground at JOAN
Daily Serving

Presentations and Workshops

Decolonial Strategies for the Art History Classroom
Pedagogical workshop co-led with Amber Hickey at the College Art Association conference, New York. February 13.

“Counterimages: Constructing the Self/Image as Counter-Hegemonic Practice”
College Art Association conference, Los Angeles. February 21.

"'The Right to History': Institutional Critique through Direct Action"
For "No Neutral Art, No Neutral Art Historians" Concordia University AHGSA conference, Montreal. January 28-29th.

"Queering Narcissism: Reinterpreting the Politics of Self-Imaging in Feminist Art"
Panel Presentation for Theorizing the Web Conference, NYC. April 16th.