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He-ART-istic Journeys: Transformative Experiential Learning through Applied Theatre

O’Keefe-McCarthy, S., Metz, M. M., & Kahnert B. (2022). He-ART-istic Journeys: Transformative experiential learning through applied theatre. LEARNing Landscapes, 15(1), 283-298.

Reflections on Mirror Theatre's Influence

Vaillant, V., & Norris, J. (2022). Reflections on Mirror Theatre’s influence on our professional practices through polyvocal storytelling. In A. Rixon (Ed.), Facilitation with stories: Ethics, philosophy, and reflective practice (pp. 286-300). Cambridge Scholars Press.

Dramatizing and Workshopping the Data

Norris, J., Ganesh, N., Hobbs, K. & Metz, M. M. (2022). Dramatizing and Workshopping the Data: Applied Theatre as Dialogic Research In N. Denzin and M. Giardina (Eds.), Transformative Visions in Qualitative Inquiry. Routledge.

Towards Humane Encounters in Education and Professional Development

Norris, J., Hobbs, K., Metz, M., Michaelson, V., & O’Keefe-McCarthy, S. (2022). Participatory Theatre: Towards Humane Encounters in Education and Professional Development. In Ellyn Lyle (Ed). Re/humanizing Education. Sense-Brill.


Mirror Theatre’s Story of “For/With” Relationships

Norris, J. (2022). They Come and Ask Us to Build It: Mirror Theatre’s Story of “For/With” Relationships with Stakeholders. In P. Leavy (Ed.), Scholarly Research: Working with Nonacademic Stakeholders, Teams, and Communities (pp. 204-259). New York: Oxford University Press.



Mirror Theatre's (Re)Productions

Norris, J. (2011). Reconceptualization through theatre: Reflections on Mirror Theatre’s “(Re)Productions”. In S. C. Bingham (Ed.), The art of social critique: Painting mirrors of social life (pp. 287-314). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Bullying and Anger Management

Norris, J. (2001). What Can We Do? A performance workshop on bullying and anger management. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, Summer, 111-128.

Safe and Caring Schools

Norris, J. (1999). Representations of violence in schools as co-created by cast and audiences during a theatre/drama in education program. In G. Malicky, B. Shapiro, & K. Masurek (Eds.), Building foundations for safe and caring schools: Research on disruptive behaviour and violence. Edmonton: Duval House Publishing. p. 271-328.

Heating Up Online Learning

Norris, J., & Saudelli, M. (2018). Heating Up Online Learning: Insights from a Collaboration Employing Arts Based Research/Pedagogy for an Adult Education, Online, Community Outreach Undergraduate Course. Social Sciences, 7(7), 104.

Mirror Theatre’s Stop/Start/Continue Evolution

Norris, J. (2020). Shifting perspectives and practices: Mirror Theatre’s stop/start/continue evolution. Canadian Theatre Review.181, Winter, 56-60.


Mirror Theatre Inreach/Outreach

Norris, J. (2015). Mirror Theatre: Blurring the lines between curricular/extracurricular, campus/community and outreach/inreach within teacher education and dramatic arts programs. In M. Carter, M. Prendergast & G. Belliveau (Eds.), Drama and Theatre Education: Canadian Perspectives (pp. 134-141). Ottawa: Canadian Association for Teacher Education/Canadian Society for the Study of Education, Polygraph Book Series.