Publications

Joy Kogawa

Editor-in-Chief:

Imaginations: Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies/ Revue d’Études Interculturelles de l’Image. http://imaginations.csj.ualberta.ca/ (since 2011–)

Books & Guest Edited Journal Issues:

Wilson, Sheena, Adam Carlson and Imre Szeman. Eds. Petrocultures: Oil, Energy, Culture. McGill-Queen’s University Press. Forthcoming 2017. Print.

Wilson, Sheena and D. Davidson. eds. Telling Truths: Storying Motherhood. Bradford, Ontario: Demeter Press. 2014. 325 pgs. Print.

Wilson, Sheena and A. Pendakis. Eds. Sighting Oil. Ed. Wilson, S. Imaginations. 4-1. Fall 2012.

Wilson, Sheena. Ed. Joy Kogawa: Essays on Her Works. Writers Series. Montreal: Guernica, 2011. Print.

Chilewska, A and Sheena Wilson eds. Writing After the Gaze: the Rupture of the Historical. Edmonton: Milan V. Dimič Institute for Comparative Literature & Cultural Studies, 2007. Print.

Select Journal Articles and Book Chapters:

Wilson, Sheena. “Gendered and Racialized Petro-Subjects.” Energy Humanities Reader. Dominic Boyer and Imre Szeman [Eds.] John Hopkins University Press. Accepted & Forthcoming. 2017.

Wilson, Sheena. “Gender and Petro-Intersectionality.” Imre Szeman, Jennifer Wenzel, and Patricia Yaeger, eds. Fueling Culture:  Energy, History, Politics (Fordham UP). Forthcoming 2017.

Wilson, Sheena. “Energy Imaginaries at the Impasse.” Marxism and Energy. Eds. Brent Ryan Bellamy and Jeff Diamanti. Chicago and Edmonton: MCMPrime Press. Forthcoming 2016.

Wilson, Sheena. “PetroMama.” New Maternalisms. Premiered: May 13, 2016. (5 mins).  http://sheenawilson.ca/projects/petro-mama/

Wilson, Sheena. “Obāchan’s Garden: Maternal Genealogies as Resistance in Canadian Experimental Documentary.” Asma Sayed Ed. Screening Motherhood in Contemporary World Cinema. Bradford, Ontario: Demeter Press. 2015.

Anselmi, W. and Sheena Wilson. “Technologies of Memory, Identity and Oblivion in Persepolis (2007) and Waltz with Bashir (2008).” Familiar and Foreign: Identity in Iranian Film and Literature. Edited by Manijeh Manani and Veronica Thompson. Athabasca University Press. 2015. 233-259

Wilson, Sheena. “Gendering Oil: Tracing Western Petro-Sexual Relations.” Oil Culture. Edited by Daniel Worden and Ross Barrett. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 2014. Pp 244-266.

—. “Recuperating oblivion in The Displaced View (1988). Midi Onodera’s intercultural feminist cinematic experiment.” Regenerations/Régénérations: Canadian Women’s Writing/Écriture des femmes au Canada. Edited by Marie Carrière and Patricia Demers. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press. 2014. Pp. 199-227.

—. “Networks of Relations: Introduction to Writing Motherhood.” Telling Truths: Storying Motherhood. Demeter Press. Bradford, Ontario: 2014. (1-15)

—. “Petro-Mama: Mothering in a Crude World.” Telling Truths: Storying Motherhood.Demeter Press. Bradford, Ontario: 2014. (307-314)

—. “Shake Up, Not Shake-Down: Comparative Literature as a Twenty-First Century Discipline.” Canadian Review of Comparative Literature. 41.2 (2014): 226-229. Print.

Lemaire, E & Wilson, Sheena. « Former à l’écriture dans le contexte de la francophonie minoritaire ouest-canadienne : impacts du centre universitaire de monitorat entre pairs. » Lucile
Cadet et Fanny Rinck. Eds. Le Français aujourd’hui, 184. (2014). http://www.afef.org/blog/post-pratiques-de-l-uit-en-formation-n-a8a-du-franus-aujourd-hui-p1341-c11.html

Wilson, Sheena. “Ethical Oil: The Case for Canada’s Oil Sands, Review.” American Book Review. 33.2 (2012), http://americanbookreview.org/

Wilson, Sheena. « Multiculturalisme et transculturalisme : ce que peut nous apprendre la revue ViceVersa (1983-1996) ». Revue internationale d’études canadiennes. Vol. 45-46 : 2012. 261-276.

Pendakis, A. and Sheena Wilson. “Sight, Site, Cite: Oil in the Field of Vision.” Sighting Oil. Imaginations. 4-1. Fall 2012. 4-5. http://www.csj.ualberta.ca/imaginations/?p=3664

Wilson, Sheena. Ed. “Introduction: The multiple voices of poesis and praxis: the work of Joy Kogawa.” Joy Kogawa: Essays on Her Works. Writers Series. Montreal: Guernica, 2011. (9-42)

Wilson, Sheena. Ed. “Interstitiality, Integrity and the Work of the Author” Joy Kogawa: Essays on Her Works. Writers Series. Montreal: Guernica, 2011. (278-340)

Anselmi, W., Sheena Wilson. “For your Glaze Only: Imperfect Divinity.” The International Journal of the Image, Volume 1, Issue 3. (2011) pp.73-86. Print.

—. “Alberta’s Tar Sands and the Aboriginal Communities, a mediated
production.” Emigrazione. April 9, 2011.http://www.emigrazione-notizie.org/articles.asp?id=412

—. “Inception (2010): When we dream, do we accumulate capital? Bright Lights Film Journal: Issue 74 (Nov 2011) or http://www.brightlightsfilm.com/.

—. “For Whom the post Tolls beyond Technologies of Feminism: Postmortem of Transnational Communicative Environments.” Ed. Charis Xinari. Critical Perspectives on Gender. Journal of Critical Studies in Business and Society. Vo. 1. No. 1-2. (2010): 138-172. Print

Wilson, Sheena. “Dialoguing on Miniature Cinema as New Art: Midi Ondera and Sheena Wilson.” Imaginations: Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies. I. I. Fall 2010. 10-23.https://www.csj.ualberta.ca/imaginations/?p=150

—. “The Bilingual Writing Centre/Centre d’écriture bilingue at U of A’s Campus
Saint-Jean” Writing Matters. Ed. Betsy Sargent. Vol. I. Issue II. Winter 2010. p.2. Print.

Anselmi, W., Sheena Wilson. Terrorism then and now, here and there: Canada, the final frontier. Eds. Marie Carrière & Jerry White. Transplanting Canada: Seedlings / Transplanter le Canada : Semailles. Centre de littérature canadienne. 2010. Pp. 70-88. Print.

—. “From Inch’Allah Dimanche to Sharia in Canada: Empire Management, Gender Representations, and Communication Strategies in the Twenty-First Century.” Ed. by Cara N. Cilano. From Solidarity to Schisms: 9/11 and After in Fiction and Film from Outside the US. Amsterdam/New York: Editions Rodopi B.V., 2009. 237-272. Print.

—. Slumdogging It: Rebranding the American Dream, New World Orders, and Neo-Colonialism. England: Film International. Web exclusive: May 2009. http://filmint.nu/?p=50

—. “Performative Radicalism in contemporary Canadian documentary film.” England: Film International # 37. Vol. 7, Issue 1 (February 2009): 44-53. Print.

Wilson, Sheena. “Campus Saint-Jean’s Bilingual Writing Centre: A Portal to Multiple Cultures and Cosmopolitanism Citizenship.” Canadian Writing Centre Association. Issue #3. March 2009. (9-12) Print.

Encyclopedia Articles:

Wilson, Sheena. “Kogawa, Joy.” Twentieth-Century World Fiction. Vol. III of The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction. Vol. ed. John Clement Ball; gen ed. Brian W. Shaffer. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011. 1174-76. Print.

Wilson, Sheena. “Bent Box.” The Encyclopedia of American Indian Literature. Ed. J. McClinton-Temple & A.R. Velie. NY: Fact On File, 2007. 52-3. Print.

Wilson, Sheena. “Lee Maracle.” The Encyclopedia of American Indian Literature. Ed. J. McClinton-Temple & A.R. Velie. NY: Fact On File, 2007. 220-222. Print.

Wilson, Sheena. “Sojourner’s Truth.” The Encyclopedia of American Indian Literature. Ed. J. McClinton-Temple & A.R. Velie. NY: Fact On File, 2007. 330-331. Print.

Wilson, Sheena. “Sundogs.” The Encyclopedia of American Indian Literature. Ed. J. McClinton-Temple & A.R. Velie. NY: Fact On File, 2007. 348-49. Print.

Wilson, Sheena. “Go.” The Encyclopedia of Asian American Literature. Ed. Seiwoong Oh. NY: Fact On File, 2007. 302-03. Print.

Wilson, Sheena. “Kerri Sakamoto.” The Encyclopedia of Asian American Literature. Ed. Seiwoong Oh. NY: Fact On File, 2007. 259-60. Print

Wilson, Sheena. “One Hundred Million Hears.” The Encyclopedia of Asian American Literature. Ed. Seiwoong Oh. NY: Fact On File, 2007. 229-230. Print