Chapters in Edited Books (Selected)

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Snowber, C. (in press). Mystery, magic and the mundane: A dancers journey in the liturgy of life. In A. Williamson (Ed.). Soulful and spiritual research in Dance Studies: bodily inscription, self-narrative and auto-ethnography. Bristol, UK: Intellect.

Snowber, C. (in press). Living, moving, and dancing: Embodied ways of inquiry. In P. L    Leavy, (Ed.) Handbook of Arts Based Research. In P. Leavy, (Ed.). NY:       Guildford Press.

Snowber, C. (2016). An embodied currere: Dance, poetics and place and site-specific performance. In M. Doll (Ed.). The reconceptualization of curriculum studies: A festschrift in honor of William F. Pinar. NY: Routledge.

Snowber, C. (2016 ). Tales of survival from a mother on the edge. In K. Mantas (Ed.). Mothering multiples: Complexities and Possibilities.  Bradford, ON: Demeter Press.

Snowber, C. & Bickel, B. (2015) Companions with mystery: Art, spirit and the ecstatic. In S. Walsh, B. Bickel, & C. Leggo (Eds.). Arts-based and contemplative practices in research and teaching: Honoring presence. New York, NY: Routledge.

Snowber, C.  (2014)Dancing on the breath of limbs: Embodied inquiry as a place of opening” in Dance, Somatics and Spiritualities: Contemporary Sacred Narratives Leading voices in the field.  Amanda Williamson, (Ed.) Bristol, UK: Intellect. http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/books/view-Book,id=5093/

Snowber, C. & Bickel, B. “Companions with Mystery: Art, Spirit and the Ecstatic” in  Walsh, S., Bickel, B., & Leggo, C. (Eds.).  (in press). Arts-based and   contemplative practices in research and teaching:  Honoring presence. New York:  Routledge.

Snowber, C. & Wiebe, Fels, L., Gallop, J., & Margolin, I.   (2014). “A poetic inquiry on passive reflection.” In D. Conrad & A. Sinner [Eds].  Creating together: Participatory, community-based and collaborative arts practices and scholarship across Canada. Wilfred Laurier University Press.

Snowber, C. (2013) “Visceral Creativity: Organic Creativity in Teaching Arts/Dance Education” in J. Piirto, Ed. Organic Creativity in the Classroom: Teaching to Intuition in Academics and the Arts.  Waco, TX: Prufrock Press.  http://www.prufrock.com/Organic-Creativity-in-the-Classroom-Teaching-to-Intuition-in-Academics-and-the-Arts-P1901.aspx

Snowber, C. (Summer 2012) “Dance as a Way of Knowing”  in  Bodies of Knowledge: Embodied Learning in Adult Education in volume of New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education.   Randee Lawrence, (Ed.)    SF: Jossey Bass.  http://ca.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1118358325,descCd-tableOfContents.html

Snowber, C. (2012).  “Seaflesh” in A. Sinner and C. Lowther, Eds.Living Artfully: Reflections from the Far West Coast.  Toronto: Key Publishing House. http://thekeypublish.com/index.php/vmchk/Living-Artfully.html

Snowber, C. (Forthcoming, 2012) “Yarnotes: Re/Knitting my way to wonder” in C. Chamber, E. Hasebe-Ludt, A. Sinner and C. Leggo, Eds.  A Heart of Wisdom: Life Writing as Empathetic Inquiry.  NY: Peter Lang.  http://www.peterlang.com/index.cfm?event=cmp.ccc.seitenstruktur.detailseiten&seitentyp=produkt&pk=61799&concordeid=311529

Snowber, C. (Winter 2011)  “Let the body out:  A love letter to the academy from   the body”  in Epistemologies of Ignorance in   Education in Erik Malewski and Nathalia Jaramillo (Eds.), Charlotte, N.C.:  Information Age Publishing  http://www.infoagepub.com/products/Epistemologies-of-Ignorance-in-Education

Snowber, C. (2009).  “A poetics of place: In praise of random beauty.”  in E. Malewski (Ed.) Curriculum Studies Handbook: The next moment, exploring post-reconceptualization. NY:  Routledge. http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415989497/

Snowber, C. (2007) The soul moves: Dance and spirituality in educative practice in L. Bresler (Ed.). International handbook for research in the arts and education. Dordrecht: Springer.

Snowber, C. (2006). Living aesthetically as a foundation for transformative leadership in E. Samier (Ed.). Aesthetic dimensions of educational administration and leadership. (pp. 145-158). NY: Routeledge.

Snowber, C. (2005). The eros of teaching in J. Miller, S. Karsten, D. Denton, D. Orr & I. C. Kates, (Eds.). Holistic learning: Breaking new ground. (pp. 215-222). NY: SUNY.

Snowber, C. (2004). Leaning absolutes: Honoring the detours in our lives in
D. Denton and W. Ashton, (Eds.). Spirituality, Action and Pedagogy: Teaching from the heart. (pp. 124-135). NY: Peter Lang.

Snowber, C. (2004). An aesthetics of everyday life in G. Diaz and M. McKenna (Eds.). Teaching for aesthetic experience: The art of learning. (pp. 115-126). NY: Peter Lang.

Snowber, C. (2002). Bodydance: Fleshing soulful inquiry through improvisation in C. Bagley & M.B. Cancienne (Eds.), Dancing the data. (pp. 20-33). New York: Peter Lang.

 

Journal Articles

Wiebe, S., Yallop, J.G., Fels, L., Snowber, C., Richardson, P., Honein, N., Faulkner, S., Dark, K. & Leggo, C. (2016) Poetic inquiry of and on play. Canadian Journal of Education.Vol. 39 No. 3, pp. 1-26. . http://journals.sfu.ca/cje/index.php/cje-rce/article/view/2115

Snowber C. (2014). Dancing the threshold from personal to universal. [Special Issue: What does it mean to have an N of 1? Art-making, education research and the public good]. International Journal of Education and the Art, 15(2). http://ijea.org/v15si2/index.html

Snowber, C. & Ricketts, K. (2013) Autobiographical footsteps: Tracing our stories within and through body, space and time in UNESCO Observatory Multidiciplinary Journal in the Arts (Special Issue: A/r/tography and the Literary and Performing Arts, Vol. 2, Issue 13). http://web.education.unimelb.edu.au/UNESCO/ejournal/ejournal_vol3iss2.html

Snowber, C. (2012)  “Dancing a curriculum of hope: Cultivating passion as an embodied inquiry” in Journal of Curriculum Theorizing.  http://journal.jctonline.org/index.php/jct/article/view/369

Snowber, C. & Wiebe, S. (Fall 2011) The Visceral Imagination: A Fertile for Non-Textual Knowing.  in  Journal of Curriculum Theorizing 27(2), 101-113.   http://journal.jctonline.org/index.php/jct/issue/view/13/showToc

Snowber, C. & Wiebe, S.  (February 2009). In praise of the vulnerable: A poetic and autobiographical response to Salvio’s abundant Sexton.  Journal of the American Association of Curriculum Studies Vol. 5.   http://www.uwstout.edu/soe/jaaacs/Vol5/Snowber_Wiebe.htm

Snowber, C. (Spring 2006). A curriculum of longing in Journal of Curriculum Theorizing. 22(1), 79-88.

Snowber, C. (Dec. 2005). The mentor as artist: a poetic exploration of listening, creating, and mentoring.  Mentoring and tutoring: Partnership in l Snowber, C. (2010) learning 13(3), 345-353.

Snowber, C.N. & Cancienne, M.B. (April 2003). Writing rhythm: Movement as method. Qualitative Inquiry, 9(2), 237-253.

Snowber, C.N. & Giard, M. (Spring 2003). Daring to dance our life. Educational Insights inhttp://www.csci.educ.ubc.ca/publication/insights.

Snowber, C.N. (Fall 2002). A curriculum of beauty. Teacher Educational Quarterly, 29(4), 119-123.

Snowber, C.N. (Fall/Winter 2002). A geography of eros. Vox Feminarum: The Canadian Journal of Feminist Spirituality, 2(4), 47-49.

Snowber, C.N. (Winter 2001). Simplicity, and Humility in Language and
Literacy, 3
(1), on-line http://educ.queensu.ca/~landl/.

Snowber, C.N. (Summer 2001). Two poems: Blueberry rubble and Pulsing home in Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 17(2), 143-146.

Snowber, C.N. (Fall 2000). Building snuggles, Dangerous beauty/Beautiful danger, and Stones of love. English Quarterly, 32(1-2), 40-41.

Snowber  C.N. (Fall 1999). The eros of listening: Dancing into presence. (Feature article) Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 15(3), 17-25.

Snowber, C. & Gerofsky, S. (Fall 1998). Beyond the span of my limbs: Gesture, number and infinity. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 14(3), 39-48.

Snowber, C. (1997). Writing and the body. Educational Insights, 4(1), on-line http://www.csci.educ.ubc.ca/publication/insights.