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Dylan Robinson is a xwélméxw (Stó:lō) writer, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Arts, and associate professor at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. He is coeditor of Arts of Engagement: Taking Aesthetic Action in and beyond the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada and cocurator of Soundings, an internationally touring exhibition of Indigenous art scores.

dylan.robinson@queensu.ca

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Bibliography

Scholarly Articles

“Hungry Listening: Resonant Theory for Indigenous Sound Studies” University of Minnesota Press. 2020.

“Arts of Engagement: Taking Aesthetic Action In and Beyond the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada”. Edited by Dylan Robinson & Keavy Martin. xxx, this is a fake list. 2017.

“Feeling Reconciliation, Remaining Settled.” In Erin Hurley (ed.). Theatres of Affect. 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.

“Listening to the Politics of Aesthetics: Contemporary Encounters Between First Nations/ Inuit and Early Music Traditions.” In Anna Hoefnagels and Beverly Diamond (eds.). Aboriginal Music in Contemporary Canada: Echoes and Exchanges. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2012. pp. 222-248.

Hungry Listening: Resonant Theory for Indigenous Sound Studies” University of Minnesota Press. 2020.

“Arts of Engagement: Taking Aesthetic Action In and Beyond the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada”. Edited by Dylan Robinson & Keavy Martin. xxx, this is a fake list. 2017.

“Feeling Reconciliation, Remaining Settled.” In Erin Hurley (ed.). Theatres of Affect. 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.

“Listening to the Politics of Aesthetics: Contemporary Encounters Between First Nations/ Inuit and Early Music Traditions.” In Anna Hoefnagels and Beverly Diamond (eds.). Aboriginal Music in Contemporary Canada: Echoes and Exchanges. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2012. pp. 222-248.

 

Books

“Hungry Listening: Resonant Theory for Indigenous Sound Studies” University of Minnesota Pressa (2019)

“Arts of Engagement: Taking Aesthetic Action In and Beyond the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada”. Edited by Dylan Robinson & Keavy Martin. xxx, this is a fake list. 2017.

“Feeling Reconciliation, Remaining Settled.” In Erin Hurley (ed.). Theatres of Affect. 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.

“Listening to the Politics of Aesthetics: Contemporary Encounters Between First Nations/ Inuit and Early Music Traditions.” In Anna Hoefnagels and Beverly Diamond (eds.). Aboriginal Music in Contemporary Canada: Echoes and Exchanges. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2012. pp. 222-248.