Publications

Book Chapters

G. Lowry, M. Simon Levin, & H. Tsang. “Reflecting on Maraya: Mapping as Displacement.” Cultural Mapping as Cultural Inquiry. Eds. D. MacLennan, W.F. Garrett-Petts, & N. Duxbury. Routledge, 2015.

S. Rogers. & G. Lowry. “Speaking My Truth: One Room at a Time,” Reconciliation & the Way Forward. Eds. S. Rogers, M. DeGagné, G. Lowry, and S. Fryer. Aboriginal Healing Foundation, 2014.

G. Lowry. “By Design: One Book, Among Others.” Editorial Afterword. Speaking My Truth: Reflections on Reconciliation and Residential School. Ottawa: Aboriginal Healing Foundation, 2012.

G. Lowry. “Nervous Centres: Landon Mackenzie’s Paintings and Drawings, 1993–2012.” Landon MackenzieNervous Centre. Calgary: Esker Foundation, 2012.

H. Tsang and G. Lowry. “Napa North.” Cultivating Canada: Reconciliation through the Lens of Cultural Diversity. Truth and Reconciliation Research Series, Volume 3. Eds. Ashok Mathur, Jonathan Dewar, and Mike DeGagné. Aboriginal Healing Foundation: Ottawa, 2011: 23-34.

G. Lowry and E. McCann. “Asia in the Mix: Urban Mobilities Hong Kong, Vancouver, Dubai.” Worlding Cities: Asian Experiments and the Art of Being Global, eds. Roy & Ong, Blackwell, UK, 2011.

G. Lowry. “On Location or Notes toward Remapping North American Studies—Stan Douglas’s Potsdam, Detroit, Vancouver,” Virtually American. Heidelberg, 2009.

G. Lowry. “Da Vinci’s Inquest: Post-mortem.” Between Reality and Fiction on Canadian Television, eds. Zoë Druick and Patsy Kotsopoulos. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier Press (2008).

J. Zaslove and G. Lowry. “Swept: 4 Pictures of Jeff Wall,” Locating Memory: Photographic Acts, eds. Kirsten McAllister and Annette Kuhn, Berghan Books, NY and Oxford, 2006.

G. Lowry. Afterword. Roy Kiyooka, Transcanada Letters. Ed. Smaro Kamboureli. NeWest Press, 2005.

G. Lowry. “Canadian Multiculturalism.” A Historical Companion to Postcolonial Thought in English. eds. Prem Kumar Poddar and David Johnson. Edinburgh UP / Columbia UP, 2005.

G. Lowry. “The Representation of ‘Race’ in Ondaatje’s In the Skin of a Lion.” Comparative Cultural Studies and Michael Ondaatje’s Writing. Ed. Steven Totosy de Zepetnek. Purdue UP, 2004.

Articles & Essays

G. Lowry. “Changing Views on Research: A Dialogue with Maria Latin” Current 3.0 (in press)

G. Lowry. “After Goya, Long After: Landon Mackenzie’s Crossing Over, Why Cloud the Whites.” Catalogue Essay. Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond BC. Sept. 2011.

G. Lowry. “Three Takes on the Dissolution of Empire: Review of Stories from Places and Times Distantly Close (Western Front, Vancouver Nov. 21-Jan. 16),” Fuse Magazine, Feb. 2010.

G. Lowry. “Further Further Adventures of Girl: Diyan Achjadi.” Catalogue Text. Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond BC, 2009.

G. Lowry. “Terroir / As in Translation,” Catalogue Essay. Edges of Diversity. Alternator Gallery for Contemporary Art, Kelowna, 2008.

G. Lowry and H. Tsang. “Detouring the Grand Tour—Venice 52, Documenta 12, Sharjah 8.” Fuse 31.1 (Jan. 2008): 26-36.

G. Lowry. “Cultural Citizenship and Writing Post-colonial Vancouver: Daphne Marlatt’s Ana Historic and Wayde Compton’s Bluesprint.” Mosaic 38.3 (Spring 2005).

G. Lowry. “‘i missed you in the past tense’: An Introduction to the Poetry of Roy Miki.” Ellipse (Fall 2003).

G. Lowry. “Roy Kiyooka’s Transcanada letters: Re: Reading a Poet’s Prose.” West Coast Line 36-2 (Fall 2002).

G. Lowry. “Between The English Patients: Remaking CanLit and the Cultural Politics of “Race’” Screening Can Lit. Ed. Peter Dickinson. ECW 76 (Spring/Summer 2002).

G. Lowry. “Between Vernaculars: Talking PhotoGraphic Encounters.” Photography, Memory, Community. Eds. Martha Langford and Jerald Zaslove. West Coast Line 35-1 (Spring 2001).

Reviews

G. Lowry. “The Ash Garden by Dennis Bock.” Review. Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies Vol. 9, No. 1 (Spring 2002): 134-37.

G. Lowry. “Surrender by Roy Miki.” X-cp / Cross-Cultural Poetics, No. 11 (Fall 2002): 163-72.

Interviews

“In Conversation with David Hoffos,” Staging Vernaculars, eds. Christina Ritchie, Jennifer Paparo, and Glen Lowry. West Coast Line. No. 50 Vol. 40/2 (Fall 2006).

“Dissent, Tree Stumps, and Bohemianism in Early Modern Vancouver. Interview with Fred Douglas, Jeff Wall and Jerry Zaslove.” Unfinished Business: Photographing Vancouver Street, 1955 to 1985 Vancouver: Presentation House Gallery/West Coast Line, 2005.

Creative Works

G. Lowry. Pacific Avenue. LINEbooks, Burnaby, BC. 2009.

G. Lowry. “from Sinistrae Fragments” Walrus Magazine (Sept, 2006).

G. Lowry. “bluegreen forest – remnants” & “XVII” Shift & Switch: An Anthology of New Canadian Poetry. Eds. a rawlings, Jason Christie, Derek beaulieu. Toronto: Mercury, 2006.

G. Lowry. “Uprising,” Companions & Horizons: An Anthology of Simon Fraser University Poetry. Ed. Stephen Collis. Vancouver: WCL Books, 2005.

G. Lowry. “photos taken in hand / or stride” & “from Pacific” Poetry. dandelion. 29.1 (Spring 2003).

G. Lowry. “bearing witness / 8, chestnuts off Fraser” The News http://www.interchg.ubc.ca/quarterm/TheNews.htm

G. Lowry. “3 Primes: 5 + 7” Intermedia Text. dandelion. 28.1 (Spring 2002).

Edited Works

Staging Vernaculars. Co-ed. Christina Ritchie, Jennifer Paparo. West Coast Line. No. 50 Vol. 40/2 (Fall 2006).

Unfinished Business: Photographing Vancouver Street, 1955 to 1985. Co-ed. Bill Jeffries and Jerald Zaslove. Vancouver: Presentation House Gallery/West Coast Line, 2005.

West Coast Lai. A Special Issue celebrating the spaces around the writing of Larissa Lai. With Rita Wong. West Coast Line. 38-2 (Winter 2004-05).

CUT/s BC Culture and Politics. Co-ed. Margot Leigh Butler. West Coast Line. 36-2 (Fall 2002).

In—equations: CanAsiaPacific. Co-ed. Sook C. Kong. West Coast Line 34.3 (Winter 2001).

Presentations

L. Klassen, G. Lowry, D. Shackelton, and J. York. “But is it Research: Creative Practice Research and the Ethics of Surprise” Panelist and Moderator. The Provosts’ Remaking Research Series. Emily Carr University of Art + Design. Mar 14, 2012.

M. S. Levin, G. Lowry, H. Tsang. “Networked Urban Flows: Maraya=Reflection.” Artists Talk. Museum of Vancouver, Vancouver, BC. Mar. 8, 2012.

G. Lowry. “Share Workers: Charlotte Frost in conversation with Fiona Bowie, Glen Lowry, Chris Jones, Ruth Catlow.” QR_U (Open School) Exhibition / http://qruopenschool.ca/. Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Dec. 5, 2012.

M. S. Levin, G. Lowry, H. Tsang. Artists, Talk Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. Vancouver, BC. Nov 26, 2011.

G. Lowry. “Maraya: A Critical Reflection.” Invited Speaker, Art in the Public Series. Dept. of Fine Arts, University of Western Ontario. Nov 10, 2011

L. Mackenzie and G. Lowry. “Crossing Over: Painting a Critical Conversation.” Public Dialogue with Artist Landon Mackenzie. Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond BC, Sept 24, 2011.

G. Lowry. “E/merging Publics? Interurban Collaboration and Building Connection across Disparate Notions of Public Space,” Panel: Public Art of the Sustainable City, ISEA 2011 Istanbul, Sept. 20. 2011

G. Lowry. “Up in the Air and the Promise of Interurban Connections,” The Glocal City in Can Lit, Salamanca Universidad, Salamanca Spain, June 6-8, 2011

G. Lowry. “A Global Seawall Linking Vancouver and Dubai: Public Art and the Emergence of a New Urbanism.” Panel: Creative Labour, Media Professionals, & Cultural Industries, Canadian Communications Association. Congress of Learned Societies, Fredericton NB, Jun. 2, 2011

G. Lowry, M. S. Levin and H. Tsang.  “Maraya.” Interactive Futures ’09: Stereo. Emily Carr University, November 19-21, 2009. (http://hosting.epresence.tv/emilycarr/interactive_futures/watch/30.aspx)

G. Lowry. “Siting Critical-Creative Praxis: Citing Napa North,” TransCanada 3, Mount Allison University, Sackville, New Brunswick, July 16-19, 2009.

G. Lowry Presentation of Research/Creations Pilot-Project Findings. SSHRC Impacts Initiative–2009, SSHRC Workshop, President’s Fund Outcomes and Impacts Initiative, Ottawa May 2009.

G. Lowry. “Critical dialogue in online learning: Shifting curriculum to a networked space,” Panel: IOP, 12th Annual Conference—Investigating Our Practices, University of British Columbia, May 2, 2009.

G. Lowry. “Negotiating Publics: Vancouver and Dubai,” New Borders in American Studies, University of Siegen, Siegen Germany, October 14, 2008.

G. Lowry. “Along the Seawall: Vancouver, Dubai and the Emergence of Trans-Pacific Public Space,” Panel on Public Culture and Transnational Urban Spaces, Canadian Communication Association (CCA), Congress of the Learned Societies, University of British Columbia, June 2008.

H. Tsang and G. Lowry. “Complicated Sameness: Vancouver in Dubai.” Complicated Entanglements: Rethinking Pluralism in the 21st Century Panel Presentation. Ottawa U. Apr. 2008.

G. Lowry and H. Tsang. “Two False Creek: Critical Creative.” Pedagogy, Technology, History Panel, Union of Democratic Communication, Oct 25-28, 2007.

G. Lowry and H. Tsang. “Two False Creeks: From Vancouver to Dubai and Back,” transCanada Two: Literature, Institutions, Citizenship, University of Guelph, Ontario. Oct 11-14, 2007.

G. Lowry and H. Tsang. “Two False Creeks,” University of Siegen, Siegen, Germany (June 12, 2007).

“Working to Code: Forensic Affect, Post-Identity Politics, and the Work of Larissa Lai & Rebecca Belmore,” with Joy James. SLSA ’07: CODE. Society for Science, Literature and the Arts. Portland, ME. Nov 1-4, 2007.

“Two False Creeks: Critical Creative,” with Henry Tsang. Panel: Pedagogical Technologies, chairs Zoe Druick and Kirsten McAllister. Union of Democratic Communications Conference, Vancouver 2007: Oct 25-28.

“Two False Creeks: From Vancouver to Dubai and Back,” with Henry Tsang, transCanada Two: Literature, Institutions, Citizenship, University of Guelph, Ontario. Oct 11-14, 2007.

“Two False Creeks,” University of Siegen, with Henry Tsang. Siegen, Germany (June 12, 2007).

“Mediating Dubai: ‘The World’s Fastest Growing City’ On-line and Off,” with Henry Tsang, The New Media Consortium, Spring Online Conference on The Convergence of Web Culture & Video, www.nmc.org (Mar. 2007).

“Podcasting 101: Listen Up!” Workshop Presentation. Electronic Technologies Users Group (ETUG). North Island College, Comox, BC. June, 2006.

“Da Vinci’s Inquest and the Pathologization of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.” Panel: Canadian Television Between Reality and Fiction. Society for Cultural and Media Studies (SCMS). Vancouver, March, 2006.

“On Edge: Art as Critical Statement: A Contemporary West Coast Context.” Artist Statement: Artistic Inquiry and the Role of the Artist in Academe, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops BC, November, 2005.

“Canadian Multiculturalism and Literature.” National Chengchi University, Taipei Taiwan.

“On Location—Potsdam, Detriot and East Vancouver: siting memory in the work of Stan Douglas.” Virtually American? Denationalizing North American Studies, University of Siegen, Germany, October 4-5, 2005.

Participant Presentation. Research Cell 2: Canadian Literature and the Politics of Representation Today. TransCanada: Literature, Institutions, Citizenship. Simon Fraser University & Guelph University, Vancouver BC, June 25, 2005.

“Tuning to Fred Wah’s Music at the Heart of Thinking: Critical Engagements with the Form of Racialized Writing. ACCUTE Panel: “Writer as Critic,” Chairs Joanne Saul and Christl Verduyn, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Western Ontario, London ON. May 28, 2005.

Making Do: Poetics and Tactical Diversity. Co-authored and presented with Larissa Lai and Rita Wong. Poetics and Public Culture. University of Western Ontario, London ON, Mar. 5, 2005.

“Border Crossing as Allusion: Bruce MacDonald’s Highway 61 and the Remaking of Michael Ondaatje’s Coming Through Slaughter.” Film Across Borders Symposium, University of Bonn. July 16, 2004.

“IntraNations: Old Words, New Work, or On the Limits of Canada.” Canada in the Media. Ersnt Moritz Arnt Unversity, Greifswald, June 11, 2004.

“Re:considering Cultural Production in Vancouver during the 1960s and 1970s: a Discussion of Two Intermedia Texts by Roy Kiyooka.” Panel: After Vietnam: Traces of Exile and Fragments of Homeland in Canadian Art. College Art Association (CAA), Seattle. Feb. 21, 2004.

“Stan Douglas, Lincoln Clarkes, and the New Urban Frontier: Re:Imaging Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.” Conference paper for Culturepoles, Canadian Association of Cultural Studies, McMaster. Feb 13, 2004.

“Re-Membering Citizens: Canadian Multiculturalism and the Haunt of Origins.” Cultural Citizenship. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies, Free U. Berlin: June 20-21, 2003.

“Re: Making ‘(the) difference’ / Thinking (on) context. ‘notes for talk’.” Wahbash—in honour of Fred Wah and Pauline Butling. U. of Calgary, May 2003.

“Cultural Production: Contextualizing ‘Academic Freedom.’ Academic Freedom and Intellectual Property Rights. SFU, April 2003.

“Ana Vancouver: Whiteness and the space of Marlatt’s ‘lesbian-feminist’ subject” ACCUTE: Congress of the Learneds, U. of Toronto. May 2002.

“Kiyooka’s Peregrinations: Essaying CanLit, or Wearing out the Poet’s Prose.” ACCUTE. Congress of the Learneds, U. of Laval, 2001.

“Towards the Bomb: On reading Ondaatje and Kiyooka.” Renegotiating Identities. U of Wollongong, Wollongong Australia, July 1-4 2000.

Public Talks/Webcasts

“Podcasting Showcase.” Digcast, BCCampus Webcast, June 8, 2006. http://community.bccampus.ca/expo?go=1290887

“Podcasting 101.” w/ Frank Fucile. Digcast, BCCampus Webcast, June 2, 2006.http://community.bccampus.ca/expo?go=1290887

“Listening Through the Hype,” w/ Frank Fucile. Digcast, BCCampus Webcast. May 25, 2006.

In Conversation with Writer in Residence Larissa Lai. Live Interview. Simon Fraser University. March 7, 2006.

“Podcasting in Education: Practical Applications” with Frank Fucile. BCCampus Webcast, Sept. 27, 2005. http://community.bccampus.ca/expo?go=980597

Respondent. Celebrate Canada Symposium. John F. Kennedy Institute, Frei University, Berlin. July 1, 2004.

“Global Position Saga 1: On oyster beds.” The Aftermath of Identity Politics. Vancouver. June 18, 2002.