Sample Selections from syllabi:
- Sean Parson. 2014. Breaking Bread, Sharing Soup, and Smashing the State: Food Not Bombs and Anarchist Critiques of the Neoliberal Charity State,” Theory in Action, 7(4): October.
- Nahed Eltantawy. 2008. “Pots, Pans, & Protests: Women's Strategies for Resisting Globalization in Argentina,” Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, 5:1, 46-63.
- Jane Bennett. 2010. “Edible Matter,” in Vibrant matter: a political ecology of things, 13pp.
- Myron Beasley, ed. 2019. “Re.Past.Malaga,” Liminalities,15(2);
- Cara DaSilva, Bianca Steiner Brown, and Michael Berenbaum. 2006. In Memory's Kitchen: A Legacy from the Women of Terezin. Lanham: Jason Aronson, Inc.
- Video Interview: In Memory’s Kitchen: Saving the Culinary Legacies of the Women of Terezín
- Monarch Butterflies, Avocados, Climate Change and Narco-traffic
- Tessa Moran and Ben Crosbie. 2018. The Guardians, Eidolon Films,
Food and Labor:
- Sarah K. Khan– Migration of people, plants, and ideas.
- Queens’ Street Carts of Desire: Luis Alfonso Marin, Street Vendor, Queens NY
- Street Carts of Desire: Évelia’s Courageous Tamales
- Portraits of Taste and Women Farmers in India
Remembering Colonialism from Latin America:
- Danilo Barata and Ayrson Heráclito. 2004. Barrueco [Baroque], (analogizes the Middle Passage and loss of Black Lives using Turner’s “Slave Ship” as metaphor)
- Black is the Color: Of My True Love’s Hair, Nina Simone, 1971 (Scottish folksong)
- Tiago Sant’Ana’s extended narratives on the legacy of race and colonial sugar production:
- Sins Invalid (performance group)
- Sins Invalid (documentary)
- Saturation (On race and the art world with strong disability components edited by Hentyle Yapp)
- Disability Studies Reader
- Jasbir Puar, The Right to Maim
- Susan Schweik, The Ugly Laws
- Leslie Lohman Museum of LGBTQ Art
- Art After Stonewall
- On Our Back: Revolutionary Queer Sex Work
- Rubbish and Dreams – Genderqueer Performance Art of Stephen Varble
- AIDS Quilts
- Gees Bends Quilts
- Faith Ringgold
- The Wall of Respect: Public Art and Black Liberation in 1960s Chicago
- National Museum of the American Indian
- Taíno: Native Heritage and Identity in the Caribbean | Taíno: herencia e identidad indígena en el Caribe
- T.C.Cannon exhibit at National Museum of American Indian
- At the Edge of America
- Of God and mortal men : T.C. Cannon
- Horace Poolaw
- Horace Poolaw, photographer of American Indian modernity
- The National Museum of the American Indian : critical conversations
- Amy Lonetree; Amanda J. Cobb 1970-
- Institute of American Indian Arts ( school and museum)
Dislocation and Resistant Memory:
- Mahmoud Darwish, In the Presence of Absence (translated from the Arabic by Sinan Antoon; Archipelago Books, 2011)
- Suheir Hammad, Suheir Hammad - First Writing Since on Def Poetry Jam
- We Begin Here: Poems for Palestine and Lebanon, Ed by Kamal Boullata and Kathy Engel
- Joyce Zonana, Dream Homes: From Cairo to Katrina, an Exile’s Journey
- Tom Haviv
- Ella Shohat, "Dislocated Identities: Reflections of an Arab-Jew," Movement Research: Performance Journal # 5 (Fall-Winter, 1992)
- Forget Baghdad
- Bamako Sigi-Kan (Manthia Diawara, 2003)
- Ella Shohat, “Remembering a Baghdad Elsewhere: An Emotional Cartography” (Jadaliyya, 1 April 2013)
- Rethinking Borders
- Fawzia Afzal-Khan, Lahore With Love; Growing Up With Girlfriends Pakistani-Style (Syracuse University Press 2010)
Contemporary Caribbean Art, Curatorial Practices and the Politics of Visibility:
- Curating in the Caribbean, edited by David A. Bailey, Alissandra Cummins, Axel Lapp and Allison Thompson, The Green Box, Berlin, 2014.
- Imaging the Caribbean: Culture and Visual Translation, by Patricia Mohammed, Palgrave Macmillan US, 2010.
- Timed Out: Art and the Transnational Caribbean. Rethinking Art's Histories, by Leon Wainwright, Manchester University Press, 2011.
- An Eye for the Tropics: Tourism, Photography, and Framing the Picturesque, by Krista Thompson, Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2006.
- Brooklyn Museum: Infinite Islands: Contemporary Caribbean Art, 2008.
- Studio Museum in Harlem
- El Museo del Barrio
- Queens Museum of Art: Caribbean Crossroads of the World, 2012.
- Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans: EN MAS’: Carnival and Performance Art of the Caribbean, 2015.
- National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, N8 Exhibition, 2017.
- National Gallery of Jamaica, Jamaica Biennale, 2017.
- “Race, Tradition, and the Construction of the Caribbean Aesthetic,” by Belinda Edmondson
- “Caribbean curatorial agencies: A Cultural Object’s unruliness and its affective aftermaths,” by Carlos Garrido Castellano
- “What is an island? Caribbean studies and the contemporary visual artist,” by M. Stephens M,
- ARC Magazine
- Repeating Islands
- Small Axe (Columbia University)
- Transition Journal (Harvard University)
- “The Danger of a Single Story,” Chimananda Adichie
- Poets in Unexpected Places
- Cave Canem
- Urban Word
- Bowery Poetry Club
- St. Marks Poetry
- PEN America
- Poets House
- Words Without Borders
- YES Magazine