Publications

Dr. Naila Keleta-Mae writes for a variety of publications in a variety of forms—from articles, to videos, to book chapters.


(book chapter) “Performance as Reappearance: Female Blackness in History and Theatre.” In Defence of Theatre: Aesthetic Practices and Social Interventions. Kathleen Gallagher and Barry Freeman, eds. University of Toronto Press: Toronto, forthcoming.

(article) “Amiri Baraka: A Lifetime of Saying the Unsayable” Canadian Review of American Studies. Canadian Association for American Studies: Ottawa, forthcoming.

(writer and host) “Ethnic and cultural diversities I: Histories of representation in Canadian theatre.” David Fancy, diversity in actor training video series ed. Ontario Ministry for Training, Colleges and Education, presented by Brock’s Centre for Pedagogical Innovation, St-Catherines, Canada, forthcoming.

(writer and host) “Ethnic and cultural diversities II: Representation in Contemporary Canadian Theatre.” David Fancy, diversity in actor training video series ed. Ontario Ministry for Training, Colleges and Education, presented by Brock’s Centre for Pedagogical Innovation, St-Catherines, Canada, forthcoming.

(op-ed) “Why I’m Teaching A University Course on Beyoncé.” Huffington Post. 2 July, 2015.

(article) “An Autoethnographic Reading of The Adventures of a Black Girl in Search of God.” Theatre Research In Canada. University of Toronto Press: Toronto. 36.1 (2015): 74-89.

(poem) Keleta-Mae, Naila. “crystal gale.” Valerie Mason-John and Kevan Anthony Cameron, eds. The Great Black North: Contemporary African Canadian Poetry. Frontenac House: Calgary, 2013. 191-92.

(article) Keleta-Mae, Naila. “Outskirts to Mainstream: Performance Poetry on the Move” Canadian Theatre Review, University of Toronto Press: Toronto (149): 76-79, 2012.

(book review) Keleta-Mae, Naila. “Rev of African-Canadian Theatre by Maureen Moynagh, Ed. and Feminist Theatre and Performance by Susan Bennett, Ed.” Theatre Research in Canada. Erin Hurley, Ed. University of Toronto Press: Toronto, 2012.

(poem) Keleta-Mae, Naila. “i remember” Jamaica in the Canadian Experience: A Multiculturalizing Experience. Carl E James and Andrea Davis, Eds. Fernwood Publishing: Halifax, 115-118, 2012.

(article) Keleta-Mae, Naila. “A Pedagogy of Justice.” Canadian Theatre Review, University of Toronto Press: Toronto (147) 38-42, 2011.

(poem) Keleta-Mae, Naila. “memories five-oh-one.” The Toronto Star. 6 Nov. 2011. IN3.

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