1. Atlas of Dreams:  Unveiling the Invisible in the San Francisco Bay Area.  Visual Anthropology Review. vol 33:1, pp.74-88 (2017).

2.  Collaborative art and the emergence and development of ethnographic knowledge and empathy. Critical Arts. Vol 30:3 (2016).

3. Exile, The Sorrow of Time and Place. In Rupert Cox, Andrew Irving, and Christopher Wright

(Editors). Beyond Text? Critical Practices and Sensory Anthropology. Manchester University Press.

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4.  Learning About Exile through Collaborative Art Making (2014)

Popular Anthropology

http://popanth.com/article/learning-about-exile-through-collaborative-art-making

5.  Making the Unfamiliar Personal:  Arts-Based Ethnographies as Public Engaged Ethnographies

 Public Ethnography Special Issue. Qualitative Research 13 (4) 402-413.

(2013)

6.  Geographies of the Imagination:  Engaging Audiences and Participants in Collaborative Interdisciplinary Gallery Installations. In Phillip Vannini (Editor).  Popularizing Research.  New York:  Peter Lang Press, pp. 74-79 (2012).

7.  When Ethnographies Enter Galleries.  In Sandra Dudley (Editor).  Museum Materialities:  Objects, Engagements, Interpretations.  London:  Routledge Press, pp.128-142 (2010).

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All these articles can be downloaded from:  https://cca.academia.edu/lydianakashimadegarrod