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. (pp. 162-173). The Netherlands: Sense Publishers, Sense-Brill. Re/humanizing Education.
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. Scholarly Research: Working with Nonacademic Stakeholders, Teams, and Communities.
Norris, J. (2018). Reflections on the techniques and tones of playbuilding by a director/actor/researcher/teacher. In P. Leavy (Ed.), Handbook of Arts‐Based Research. (pp. 288-308). New York: Guilford Press. https://www.guilford.com/books/Handbook-of-Arts-Based-Research/Patricia-Leavy/9781462540389
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.Heating up Online
Norris, J., Alvarez McHatton, P., An, S., Davis, C., Ford, J., Guerra, P., Her, L., McDonald, B., Ritchie, S. (2018). Towards an understanding of inclusion through the playbuilding of ‘Beyond the Masks’. In M. J. Harkins & S. Singer (Eds.), Educators on Diversity, Social Justice and Schooling: A Reader. (pp. 141-177). Canadian Scholars’ Press. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.
Norris, J. (2016). Reflecting upon the teaching assistant roles in higher education through participatory theatre. In H. Brown, R. D. Sawyer & J. Norris (Eds.), Forms of Practitioner Reflexivity: Critical, Conversational, and Arts-Based Approaches. (pp. 217-238). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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.
Norris, J. (2012). Steppingstones to appreciating the importance of play in the creative act. LEARNing Landscapes, 6(1), 299-314. http://www.learninglandscapes.ca
Norris, J. (2011). Towards the use of the ‘Great Wheel’ as a model in determining the quality and merit of arts-based projects (research and instruction). International Journal of Education & the Arts, 12(Arts & Learning Research Journal Special Issue: Selected Papers from the 2010 AERA Arts & Learning SIG), 1-24. Retrieved from http://www.ijea.org/
Norris, J. (2009). Adult literacy … and the children shall lead. LEARNing Landscapes, 3(1), 263-267. http://www.learninglandscapes.ca
Norris, J. (2009). On the phenomenology of truth. Educational Insights. Retrieved from http://www.ccfi.educ.ubc.ca/
Norris, J. (2008). A quest for a theory and practice of authentic assessment: An arts based approach. LEARNing Landscapes, 2(1), 211-233. http://www.learninglandscapes.ca/