Articles in Fuse Magazine
You've Got Ten Minutes To Get That Flag Down...: Proceedings of The Halifax Conference: A National Forum on Canadian Cultural Policy. Bruce, H. & Ross, M. Toronto: James Lorimer & Company Limited, 1986.
Diamond contributes to discussions noted in "From the Floor" and "Mechanisms for Consultation" chapters
Faces of Feminism: Portraits of Women Across Canada. Toronto: Second Story Press. Harris, P. (1992).
Includes words written by the women portrayed; Diamond is one of the artists included in this work.
Taylor’s Way: Women, Culture and Technology. In J. Terry & M. Calvert (Eds.), Processed Lives: Gender and Technology in Everyday Life (pp. 56-66). London, England: Routledge, 1997.
Sensing What We Know. In J. Buchanen (Ed.), Conference Proceedings Graphics Interface. Ottawa: IEEE, 2001.
States of Discourse-Dialogues in Symmetry. Symmetry: A Synthesis of Constancy and Change, Proceedings of the Symmetry Festival 2003, part 2. Budapest: International Symmetry Foundation, 2003. 739-741.
This is from a special issue of Symmetry: Culture and Science, 14-15 part 2.
Collaborative Working Methods: The Banff Method. In L. Goodman & K. Milton (Eds.), A Guide To Good Practice in Collaborative Working Methods and New Media Tools Creation (By and For Artists and the Cultural Sector) (pp. 84-101). London, England: Arts and Humanities Data Service of Kings College, 2005. Read this paper online from AHDS
“Asians: Gay and Proud.” The Asianadian 2.3 (Winter 1979-80): 30. Read online.
An Onion Amidst Strawberries. The Asianadian, vol. 2, no. 4, 1980.
From Brixton to Brazil. The Asianadian, vol. 4 no. 1, 1980.
“TV Dinner in 24 Languages.” Fuse 4.4 (May 1980):188-9. Read online.
Profile: Gay Asians of Toronto. The Asianadian, vol. 5, no. 4, 1981
Television in Nicaragua. Fuse, vol 5, no 2+3, 1981.
Circling Tiananmen Square. Fuse Magazine vol. 13 no. 1+2, 1989.
Breaking the Network: Grassroots Productions Transform Trinidadian TV. Fuse Magazine, vol. 13, no. 5, 1990.
“Centre the Margins.” In Moving the Image: Independent Asian Pacific American Media Arts. Ed. Russel Leong. Los Angeles: UCLA Asian American Studies Center & Visual Communications, 1991. 62-7. Read online.
“Films About Interracial Relationships.” Fuse 15.3 (Winter 1992):30-32. Read online,
"Historical Revisions: Sex, Gender and the Past." (Swoon; Gerda; Legal Memory: Films at the Toronto Festival of Festivals, September 10-20, 1992)." Fuse 16.2 (Winter 1992/93): 38-9.
“Shortcomings.” In Queer Looks: Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Film and Video. Eds. Martha Gever, John Greyson and Pratibha Parmar. Toronto: Between the Lines, 1993. 355-367. Read online.
“Seeing Yellow.” In The State of Asian America: Activism and Resistance in the 1990s. Ed. Karin Aguilar-San Juan. Boston, MA: South End Press, 1994. 161-171. Read online.
Conference Calls: Race as Special Event in Take One. no. 5 1994.
“The Trouble with 'Asians.'” In Negotiating Lesbian and Gay Subjects. Eds. Monica Dorenkamp and Richard Henke. New York: Routledge, 1995. 123-30. Read online.
“Burdens of Representation.” In Constructing Masculinity. Eds. Maurice Berger, Brian Wallis, and Simon Watson. New York: Routledge, 1995. 291-8. Read online.
"Dear Shani, Hiya Richard." With Shani Mootoo. Felix: A Journal of Media Arts and Communications 2.1 (1995): 26–35. Read online.
"Programming the Public." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 5.1 (1999): 73-93. Read online.
“Wheels, a trip thru Honshu’s Backcountry” A chapbook by Coach House Press, Toronto 1981. Republished in Pacific Windows.
transcanada letters. Talonbooks, Vancouver 1975. Repr.: 2004.
Reflections on Kiyooka's travels across Canada and identity as a Japanese-Canadian.
Mothertalk: Life Stories of Mary Kiyoshi Kiyooka. Daphne Marlatt (ed.): NeWest Press, Edmonton 1997.
Roy Kiyooka's mother, Mary Kiyoshi Kiyooka's, story from a series of interviews by Matsuki Masutani and reworked by Roy Kiyooka.
Pacific Rim Letters. Smaro Kambourelli (ed.). NeWest Press, Edmonton 2004.
Kurelek's Canada. Toronto: Pagurian Press; Scarborough, Ont.: distributed by McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1975. Available at OCADU Library.
Jewish Life in Canada. Edmonton: Hurtig, 1976.
Paintings & commentaries by Kurelek, with a historical essay by Abraham Arnold
The Last of the Arctic. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1976. Available at OCADU Library.
Kurelek's paintings of Inuit people and his personal notes.
"Development of Ethnic Consciousness in a Canadian Painter." in Identities: The Impact of Ethnicity on Canadian Society, ed. Wsevolod Isajiw. Toronto: Peter Martin, 1977. Available at OCADU Library.
Kurelek writes about about Urkranian ethnic heritage & art, religious convictions, and ethnic consciousness in addition to artistic development.
They Sought A New World: The Story of European Immigration to North America. Montreal: Tundra Books, 1985. Available at OCADU Library.
Paintings and comments by William Kurelek ; additional text by Margaret S. Engelhart.
To My Father's Village: The Last Days and Drawings of William Kurelek. Montreal: Tundra Books, 1988. Available at OCADU Library.
Includes correspondence, drawings, writing & reflections by Kurelek.
Someone With Me: The Autobiography of William Kurelek. Ithaca, New York: Centre for Improvement of Undergraduate Education, Cornell University, 1973. Available at OCADU Library.