<em>Do You See What I Mean?</em> Photo by &copy; Bernaerts L.</p>

Do You See What I Mean? Photo by © Bernaerts L.


Journal Articles

Johnston, C and G Pratt. (2017) Tlingipino Bingo, Settler Colonialism and Other Futures. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 35(6): 971-993. DOI: 10.1177/0263775817730699

Johnson, K., Pratt, G and C Johnston. (Submitted) Filipinos Settle in the Canadian North: Unsettling a Gendered Frontier. Gender, Place and Culture.  

Johnston, C. (Submitted) An artful civic disruption in Vancouver. Studies in Social Justice. 

Pratt, G, Johnston, C and V Banta. (2017) A traveling script: labour migration, precarity and performance. The Drama Review 61(2): 48-70. DOI: 10.1162/DRAM_a_00647

Pratt, G and C Johnston. (2017, early view) Crossing oceans: testimonial theatre, Filipina migrant labour, empathy and engagement. GeoHumanities. DOI: 10.1080/2373566X.2016.1278178

Pratt, G, Johnston, C and V Banta. (2017) Lifetimes of disposability and surplus entrepreneurs in Bagong Barrio, Manila. Antipode 49(1): 169-192. DOI: 10.1111/anti.12249

Pratt, G, Johnston, C and V Banta. (2015) Filipina migrant stories and trauma in the transnational field. Emotion, Space and Society (Special issue on Spatializing Shattered Subjects: Mapping Geographies of Trauma, edited by Jacque Micieli-Voutsinas and Kate Coddington). doi:10.1016/j.emospa.2015.09.002

Pratt, G and C Johnston. (2014) Filipina domestic workers, violent insecurity, testimonial theatre and transnational ambivalence. Area 46(4): 358-360. (Special issue on Intimacy, Geopolitics and Violence, edited by Rachel Pain and Lynn Staeheli). doi:10.1111/area.12138_8

Johnston, C and D Bajrange. (2014) Street theatre as democratic politics in Ahmedabad. Antipode 46(2):455-476. doi: 10.1111/anti.12053

Johnston, C. (2014) Politics in the informalizing metropolis: displacement and uneasy negotiations in uncivil Ahmedabad. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 38(2): 539-557. doi:10.1111/1468-2427.12010

Johnston, C and G Pratt. (2014) Fieldnote: performing Nanay in Manila. Environment and Planning  D: Society and Space, Open Site. (see video)

Johnston, C and H Lorimer. (2014) Sensing the city. Cultural Geographies 21(4):673-680.  doi:10.1177/1474474013500225 

Johnston, C. (2013) A felt geography. The Geographical Review 103(2): 153-161. (Special issue on Writing Geography Creatively, edited by Sallie Marston and Sarah de Leeuw). doi: 10.1111/gere.12004

Pratt, G and C Johnston. (2013) Staging testimony in Nanay. The Geographical Review 103(2): 288-303. doi: 10.1111/gere.12019

Johnston, C. (2012) The political art of patience: adivasi resistance in India. Antipode 44(5): 1268-1286. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8330.2011.00967.x

Johnston, C. (2011) City of Dreams: staging an urban imaginary. Canadian Theatre Review 148: 32-37. doi:10.1353/ctr.2011.0071

Johnston, C and G Pratt. (2010) Nanay (Mother): a testimonial play. Cultural Geographies 17(1): 123-133. doi: 10.1177/1474474009350003

Pratt, G and C Johnston. (2009) Translating research into theatre: Nanay: a testimonial play. BC Studies 163: 123-132. Reprinted in J Salverson (ed). Popular Political Theatre and Performance.  Toronto: University of Toronto (2010). issn: 0005-2949

Pratt, G and C Johnston. (2007) Turning theatre into law, and other spaces of politics. Cultural Geographies 14(1): 92-113. doi: 10.1177/1474474007072821

Johnston, C. (2006) Field note: Ahmedabad, India. Women’s Studies Quarterly 34: 235-38. (Special issue on the Global and the Intimate, edited by Geraldine Pratt and Victoria Rosner). 

Book Chapters

Johnston, C and G Pratt. (2014). Taking Nanay to the Philippines: transnational circuits of affect. In E Hurley (ed). Theatres of Affect. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 192-212. ISBN: 9781770912168

Pratt, G and C Johnston in collaboration with the Philippine Women Centre of BC. (2014) Nanay (Mother): a testimonial play. In E Hurley (ed). Once More, With Feeling: Six Affecting Plays. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 49-90. ISBN: 9781770912175

Johnston, C. (2012) Accommodation politics. Translated into Marathi In S Karogal (ed). Saath Saal-ki Baat (The Story of Sixty Years). Pune: Padma Gandha.

Pratt, G and C Johnston. (2007) Putting play to work. In A Tickell, E Sheppard, J Peck and T Barnes (eds). Politics and Practices in Economic Geography. London: Sage, 71-81. isbn: 9781412907866

Recent Talks

2017 Ethnographic Performances and Games of Chance in the Decolonizing Present. Plenary at the Annual Conference of the American Association of Geographers, Boston.

2017 Playing Games of Chance in the Canadian North. Nordic Geographers Meeting, Stockholm. 

2016 Performing Precarity in Bagong Barrio. Annual Meeting of Institute of British Geographers (with IBG), London. 

2016 Life-times and Spaces of Disposability in Bagong Barrio, Metro Manila. Social Geographies of Urban Abandonment. American Association of Geographers, San Francisco.

2016 Urban Crisis: Resistances, Opportunities and Co-optation. University of Edinburgh (Convenor). 

2016 The Arts and Precarity: Forging New Solidarities. School for Geographical and Earth Sciences. University of Glasgow.

2015 Who Saved the City? Exploring Urban Activisms in Times of Austerity in America and Europe and Beyond. University of Edinburgh (Convenor).

2015 ‘How Critical is Research Impact?’ Graduate Conference for New and Emerging Human Geographers, School for Geographical and Earth Sciences. University of Glasgow.

2015 Performing Migrant Stories in a Transnational Field. Centre for Oral Storytelling, Concordia University, Montreal.

2015 Performance as Transnational Transaction and Scholarly Inquiry: Migrant labour and urban dispossession. Canadian Association of Geographers, Vancouver.

2014 Theatre, Politics and the Impossible Ethic. Annual Meeting of Institute of British Geographers (with IBG). Keynote talk for Participatory Geographies Research Group.

2014 Theatre, Politics, and Transnational Affects. Migration and Intimate Life. Glasgow Refugee, Asylum and Migration Network, University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

2014 Transnational Affects in the Space of Theatre. Centre for the History of Emotions, Queen Mary, University of London.