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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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Essays & Articles

Promoting and Protecting the Arts and Cultural Expressions of Indigenous Peoples
A Compendium Of Experiences And Actions

Edited by: Tony Belcourt, Heather Igloliorte & Dylan Robinson

This publication gathers first-hand experiences and perspectives on promoting and protecting the arts, cultural expressions, and artistic practices of Indigenous Peoples.

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Speaking to Water, Singing to Stone

Peter Morin, Rebecca Belmore, and the Ontologies of Indigenous Modernity

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Acknowledging

Written for the Canadian Association for Theatre Research Conference, May 30, 2018. Plenary presentation “Rethinking the Practice and Performance of Indigenous Land Acknowledgement”

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Public Writing, Sovereign Reading: Indigenous Language Art in Public Space

Intergenerational Sense, Intergeneration- al Responsibility

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Public Art In Vancouver And The Civic Infrastructure Of Redress

By Dylan Robinson and Keren Zaiontz, 2015

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Musical Alterity and Musicology

By Dylan Robinson and Keren Zaiontz, 2015

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Distracting Music

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