Chapters

Select Single-Author

Sinner, A. (2020). Geographies of self-in-relation: Invocations of heartlands and hinterlands. In E. Lyle (Ed.), Identity landscapes: Contemplating place and the construction of self (pp. 59-68). Brill.

Sinner, A. (2018). Becoming-community: A story of intergenerational teaching and learning in art education. In E. Lyle (Ed.), The negotiated self: Employing reflexive inquiry to explore teacher identity (pp. 162-173). Sense.

Sinner, A. (2018). Living with generosity: A rumination. In E. Hasebe-Ludt & C. Leggo (Eds.), Canadian curriculum studies: A métissage of inspiration/imagination/interconnections (p. 174). Canadian Scholarly Press.

Sinner, A.  (2014). Unfolding stories:  Reflecting on the process of doing research.  In R. Berman (Ed.), Corridor talk: Canadian feminist scholars share their stories of research partnerships (pp. 179-195). Inanna Press.

Sinner, A. (2012). 48°37’N 123°68’W. In A. Sinner & C. Lowther (Eds.), Living artfully: Reflections from the far west coast (pp. 3-7). Key.

Sinner, A. (2011). Greening our art classrooms: Ecologically-aware health and safety. In K. Grauer, R.L. Irwin & M. Emme (Eds.), StARTing with … Third Edition (pp. 82-91). Canadian Society for Education through Art.

Sinner, A. (2008). The sensual coast: Living in the everyday. In C. Lowther & A. Sinner (Eds.), Writing the west coast: In love with place (pp. 195-201). Ronsdale Press.

Sinner, A.  (2006). The moment we become our mothers … Reflecting on the experience of teaching art education. In L. Beudert (Ed.), Work, pedagogy and change: Foundations for the art teacher educator (pp. 106-108).  National Art Education Association.

Select Collaborative

Sinner, A., Yi, S., St. Georges, D., Esmat, R., Zimmer, T., & Wicks, J. (2019). Becoming research stories: Practices of life writing in visual art education. In B. Andrews (Ed.), Perspectives on arts education research in Canada, Volume 2 (pp. 151-171). Brill.

Sinner, A., & Zimmer, T. (2019). Art School Confidential: Profound offence or just good fun? In D. Conrad & M. Prendergast (Eds.), Teachers and teaching on stage and in film: Dramatic depictions. Intellect.

Sinner, A., Sanchez, V., Wicks, J., & St. Georges, D. (2019). An a/r/tographic rhythm: Opening conversations of resistance and accommodation as scholarly provocation. In A. Sinner, R.L. Irwin & J. Adams (Eds.), Provoking the field: International perspectives on visual arts PhDs in education (pp. 111-121). Intellect.

Garnet, D., & Sinner, A. (2019). The story-object: Embodying (new) materiality in teaching and learning. In P. Sameshima, B. White & A. Sinner (Eds.), Ma: Materiality in teaching and learning (pp. 51-61). Peter Lang.

McKerracher, A., Sinner, A., Hasebe-Ludt, E., Mesner, K., Garnet, D., & Leggo, C. (2017). Enhancing education: Material culture, visual media, and the aesthetics of teachers’ lives.  In J. Cummings & M. Blatherwick (Eds.), Creative dimensions of teaching and learning in the 21st century (pp. 107-116). Sense.

Sinner, A., Hasebe-Ludt, E., & Leggo, C. (2017). Long story short: Encounters with creative nonfiction as methodological provocation. In P. Leavy (Ed.), The handbook of arts-based research (pp. 165-189). Guilford.

Irwin, R., & Sinner, A. (2015). A/r/tographic inquiry: Emerging international perspectives and possibilities. In S. Schonmann (Ed.), The wisdom of the many: Key issues in arts education, International Yearbook for Research in Arts Education, Volume 3 (pp. 533-537). Waxmann.

White, B., Sameshima, P., & Sinner, A. (2015). Making identity: Perspectives on personal inquiry in teacher education. In S. Schonmann (Ed.), The wisdom of the many: Key issues in arts education, International Yearbook for Research in arts education, Volume 3 (pp. 395-399). Waxmann.

Sinner, A., & Wicks, J. (2014). Greening our art classrooms: Ecologically-aware health and safety.  In K. Grauer, R. Irwin & M. Emme (Eds.), StARTing with … Fourth Edition. Canadian Society for Education through Art.

Sinner, A., Leggo, C., Irwin, R., Gouzouasis, P., & Grauer, K.  (2013).  Analisando as praticas de novos adademicos: teses que usam metodologias de Pesquisa Educacional Baseada em Arte. In B. Dias & R. Irwin (Eds.), Pesquisa Educacional Baseada em Arte: A/r/tografia (pp. 99-124). Editora UFSM. 

Sinner, A., Lymburner, J., Grauer, K., Irwin, R.L., Leggo, C., & Gouzouasis, P. (2012). Julie’s story: Letters from a teacher who dares to teach art. In L. Campbell & S. Simmons (Eds.), The heart of art education: Essays on holistic human development and integration (pp.253-265). National Art Education Association.

Darts, D., Carlos, J., Sinner, A., & Grauer, K.  (2011). New media arts education:  How community-based programs reshape teaching and learning in the age of Web 2.0.  In R.W. Sweeney (Ed.), Inter/actions inter/sections:  Art education in a digital visual culture (pp. 80-89).  National Art Education Association.

Sinner, A., & Farr Darling, L. (2007).  Virtually aesthetic:  The CITE cohort experience of online learning. In L. Farr Darling (Ed.), Collective improvisation: Sustaining a cohort in teacher education (pp. 137-153).  Springer Press. 

Select Editorials

Sinner, A., Irwin, R., & Kalin, N. (2018). Editorial. International Journal of Education Through Art, 14(2).

Sinner, A. (2014). The contingency of events: Knowledge creation and scholarly action. Canadian Review of Art Education, 41(1), 1-7.

Sinner, A. (2014). Looking back, looking forward: A retrospective of CRAE, 1972-2012. Canadian Review of Art Education, 40, 2-7.

Sinner, A., & Irwin, R. (2014).  A/r/tography and Communities of Creative Practice. Visual Inquiry: Learning and Teaching, Special Issue 3(2),87-89.

Irwin, R., & Sinner, A. (2013). A/r/tography and the visual arts. UNESCO Observatory for Multi-Disciplinary Research in the Arts, 3(1), 1-5.

Irwin, R., & Sinner, A. (2013). A/r/tography and the literary and performing arts. UNESCO Observatory for Multi-Disciplinary Research in the Arts, 3(2), 1-5.

Irwin, R., & Sinner, A. (2012).  Afterword. Visual Arts Research, 38(2), 128-129.