'we know more than we think'
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Briski, Z. & Kauffman, R. (Directors), (2004). Born into brothels [Videorecording]. Red Light Films, in association with Thinkfilm and BO/Cinemax Documentary Films (Producers).
Cooley, M. & Horner, K. (1997). Party girls. [Documentary film]. Montreal World Film Festival, Montreal, QC.
Cooley, M., Forrest, M. & Wheeldon, L. (July, 2000). Ockham¹s razor: (1)(1+1)(1+1+1) [Video installation]. International Human Sciences Research Conference, Sheffield, UK.
Fenwick, Tara, et al. (2006). Aesthetic Representation as ‘Knowledge Mobilization’: Art for whom, over whose bodies? Unsettling Conversation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
Gayle Gorman (2008). Alien resurrection and becoming-cyborg: “1 is too few.” In Spaces e-journal of Arts and Humanities. http://www.tc.columbia.edu/spaces/fall08/gorman.html
Mirror Theatre (2000). Respecting diversity and preventing prejudice, Dealing with bullying and Resolving conflict peacefully [Videos]. Edmonton, AB: Alberta Teacher’s Association, Safe and Caring Schools Project: Toward a Safe and Caring Community.
Rutledge, M. (2004). Dance as research: The experience of surrender. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Alberta.
Truffaut, F. (1976). Small change. Culver City: MGM/UA Home Video.
Woo, Y. (2008). Engaging new audiences: Translating research into popular media. Educational Researcher, 37(6), 321-329