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Publications

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Cook, C., Shigematsu, T., & Belliveau, G. (2020). Teaching Research-based Theatre online: A narrative of practice. Arts Praxis, 7(2), 56-69. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qdUiccGZ3FaIpPcdO6vlcsoHwju8ci-U/view

Lea, G. W., Belliveau, G., & Westwood, M. (2020). Staging therapeutic enactment with veterans in Contact!Unload. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 17(4), 521-540. https://doi.org/10.1080/14780887.2018.1442776

Cook, C., & Borgen, W. (2020). Give me your hands: Therapeutic experiences of collective theatre creation in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Canadian Journal of Counselling & Psychotherapy/Revue Canadienne de Counseling et de Psychothérapie, 54(3). https://cjc-rcc.ucalgary.ca/article/view/69478

Belliveau, G., Cook, C., MacLean, B., & Lea, G. W. (2019). Thawing out: Therapy through theatre with Canadian Military veterans. The Arts in Psychotherapy, 62, 45-51. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aip.2018.11.001

Cook, C., Camman, C., Leyland, A., O’Shea, S., & Towle, A. (2019). Dramatizing learning, performing ourselves: Stories of theatre-based evaluation in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation. https://doi.org/10.3138/cjpe.44172

Books

Belliveau, G. & Lea, G. W. (Eds.) (2020). Contact!Unload: Military veterans, trauma, and research-based theatre. UBC Press.

Cook, C. (2020). Quick Bright Things. Playwrights Canada Press.

Shigematsu, T. (2018). 1 Hour Photo. Talonbooks.

Shigematsu, T. (2016). Empire of the Son. Talonbooks.

Belliveau, G. & Lea, G. W. (Eds.) (2016). Research-based Theatre: An artistic methodology. Intellect Ltd.

Book Chapters

Wales, P. (In Press). Rewriting Spatial Conflict: Drama Box and Verbatim Theatre. In C Rajendran & R. Gough (Eds.) Changing Places: Drama Box and the Politics of Space. Performance Research Books.

Belliveau, G., Cox, S., Nichols, J., Lea, G. W., & Cook, C. (2020). Examining the ethics of Research-based Theatre through Contact!Unload. In T. Prentki & A. Breed (Eds.) The Routledge companion to applied performance (pp. 141-148). Routledge. 

Nichols, J., Belliveau, G., Cox, S., Lea, G. W., & Cook, C. (in press). Key questions in evaluating audience impact: A mixed methods approach in research-based theatre. In D. Snyder-Young & M. Omasta (Eds.) Impacting theatre audiences: Methods for studying change. Routledge.

Belliveau, G., McLean, B., & Cook, C. (2020). Impact on veteran performers. In G. Belliveau & G. Lea (Eds.) Contact!Unload: Military veterans, trauma, and research-based theatre (pp. 79-92). UBC Press.

Nichols, J., Cox, S., & Belliveau, G., (2020). Understanding the impacts of Contact!Unload on audiences. In G. Belliveau & G. Lea (Eds.) Contact!Unload: Military veterans, trauma, and research-based theatre (pp. 160-171). UBC Press. 

Lea, G. W. (2020). Listening through stories: Insights into writing Contact!Unload. In G. Belliveau & G. W. Lea with M. Westwood (Eds.), Contact!Unload: Military veterans, trauma, and research-based theatre. UBC Press. 

Lea, G. W. with Belliveau, G., & The Company. (2020) Contact!Unload. In G. Belliveau & G. W. Lea with M. Westwood (Eds.), Contact!Unload: Military veterans, trauma, and research-based theatre. UBC Press.

Marshall, C. with Lea, G. W. (2020). Unpacking Contact!Unload using relational-cultural theory. In G. Belliveau & G. W. Lea with M. Westwood (Eds.), Contact!Unload: Military veterans, trauma, and research-based theatre. UBC Press.

Belliveau, G., & Lea, G. W. (2020). Concluding remarks. In G. Belliveau & G. W. Lea with M. Westwood (Eds.), Contact!Unload: Military veterans, trauma, and research-based theatre. UBC Press.

Lea, G. W., & Belliveau G. (2020). Introduction. In G. Belliveau & G. W. Lea with M. Westwood (Eds.), Contact!Unload: Military veterans, trauma, and research-based theatre. UBC Press.

Cox, S. & Belliveau, G. (2019). Health theatre: Embodied research. In P. Leavy (Ed.) Oxford handbook on methods for public scholarship (pp. 335-357). Oxford University Press.

Lea, G. W. & Belliveau, G. (2019). Research-based Theatre as educational research innovation. In M. Peters & R. Heraud (Eds.) Encyclopedia of educational innovation (pp. 1-7). Springer.

Belliveau, G. & Prendergast, M. (2019). Shadows of history, echoes of war: Performing alongside veteran soldiers and prison inmates in two Canadian applied theatre projects. In M. Finneran & M. Anderson (Eds.) Education and theatres: Beyond the four walls (pp. 211-225). Springer.

Wales, P. (2016). Temporarily yours: Foreign domestic workers in Singapore. In G. Belliveau & G. W. Lea (Eds.) Research-based theatre: An artistic methodology (pp. 147–162). Intellect.

Bird, J. M., Donelan, K. J., Sinclair, C. and Wales, P. (2010). “Alice Hoy is not a building—women in academia”. In J. Ackroyd & J. O’Toole (Eds.) Performing research: Tensions, triumphs, and trade-offs of ethnodrama (pp.81–103). Trentham Books.

Donelan, Kate, Jane Bird, Prudence Wales, and Christine Sinclair. (2009). How Did You Get Here? Exploring Ethnographic Performance. In J. Shu & P. Chan (Eds.) Planting Trees of Drama with Global Vision in Local Knowledge: IDEA 2007 Dialogues (pp.490–500). Hong Kong: International Association of Theatre Critics.

Monographs

Bird, J., Donelan, K., Sinclair, C., Wales, P. (in Press). Alice Hoy is not a building: An ethnographic performance about women in academia. Drama Australia Monograph No. Thirteen. Drama Australia.