Publications

Edited Books

Gray, J. (2017) ReView: an anthology of plays committed to social justice. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Peer-reviewed publications

Gray, J. (Accepted) Working within an aesthetic of relationality: Theoretical considerations of embodiment, imagination and foolishness as part of theatre making about dementia. Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance. Special Issue on Theatre, Dementia and Relationality (expected publication: February 2019)

Kontos, P., Grigorovich, A., Dupuis, S., Jonas-Simpson, C., Mitchell, G., Gray, J. (2018) Raising the curtain on dementia stigma: Fostering a new cultural imaginary for a more inclusive society. Critical Public Health. First published on-line August 21, 2018 doi: 10.1080/09581596.2018.1508822

Gray, J. & Kontos, P. (2018) An aesthetic of relationality: embodiment, imagination and playing The Fool in research-informed theatre. Qualitative Inquiry. 24(7), 440-452.  First published on-line November 9, 2017. doi: 10.1177/1077800417736331

Parsons, J. A., Gladstone, B. M., Gray, J. and Kontos, P. (2017) ‘Re-conceptualizing “impact” in art-based health research’, Journal of Applied Arts & Health, 8:2, pp. 155–73, doi: 10.1386/jaah.8.2.155_1

Dupuis, S.L., Kontos, P., Mitchell, G., Jonas-Simpson, C., & Gray, J. (2016). Re-claiming citizenship through the arts. Special Issue on Citizenship, Dementia: The International Journal of Social Research and Practice, 15(3), 358-380.

Gray, J., Baer, P. and Goldstein, T. (2015) Shaping Research-informed theatre: working beyond an aesthetic of objectivity. UNESCO Observatory Multi-Disciplinary Journal in the Arts, Special Issue on Critical Approaches to Arts Based Research 5(1), 1-29.

Gray, J., Kontos, P. (2015) Immersion, imagination and embodiment: moving beyond an aesthetic of objectivity in research-informed performance in health [31 paragraphs]. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research 16(2), Art. 29. http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs1502290.

Goldstein, T., Gray, J., Salisbury, J. and Snell, P. (2014) When Qualitative Research Meets Theatre: The Complexities of Performed Ethnography and Research-Informed Theatre Project Design. Qualitative Inquiry, 20(5), 674-686. First published on February 7, 2014 as doi:10.1177/1077800413513738

Gray, J., Kontos, P. (2015) Immersion, imagination and embodiment: moving beyond an aesthetic of objectivity in research-informed performance in health [31 paragraphs]. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research 16(2), Art. 29. http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs1502290.

Goldstein, T., Gray, J., Salisbury, J. and Snell, P. (2014) When Qualitative Research Meets Theatre: The Complexities of Performed Ethnography and Research-Informed Theatre Project Design. Qualitative Inquiry. First published on February 7, 2014 as doi:10.1177/1077800413513738

Agnihotri, S., Gray, J., Colantonio, A., Polatajko, H., Cameron, D., Wiseman-Hakes, K., Rumney, P., Keightley, M. (2012) Arts-based social skills interventions for adolescents with childhood brain disorder: Two case studies, Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 15(4) , 284-297. doi:10.3109/17518423.2012.673178

Mitchell, G., Tregunno, D., Gray, J., Ginsburg, L. (2011) Examining Patterns of Patient Safety Culture:  A Complexity and Arts-Informed Inquiry, Canadian Journal of Nursing Leadership, 24(4), 65-77.

Gray, J, Agnihotri, S, James, J, Morin, S, Colantonio, A and Keightley, M (2011) An arts-based approach to co-facilitation of a theatre program for teenagers with acquired brain injury. Journal of Applied Arts and Health, 2(3), 221-235, doi: 10.1386/jaah.2.3.221_1

Gray, J. (2009) Theatrical Reflections of Health: physically impacting health research. Applied Theatre Researcher/IDEA Journal. 10(4) 10 pages. http://www.griffith.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/193886/Gray.pdf

Colantonio, A, Kontos, P, Gilbert, J, Rossiter, K, Gray, J, Keightley, M. (2008)  Research-based Theater for Knowledge Transfer. The Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 28(3), 180-185.

Rossiter, K, Gray, J, Kontos, P, Keightley, M, Colantonio, A, Gilbert, J. (2008) From Page to Stage: Dramaturgy and the Art of Interdisciplinary Translation.  Journal of Health Psychology, Special Issue: Health Psychology and the Arts. 13(2), 277-286.

Rossiter, K, Kontos, P, Colantonio, A, Gilbert, J, Gray, J, Keightley, M. (2008) Staging Data: Theatre as a tool for analysis and knowledge transfer in health research. Social Science and Medicine, 66, 130-143.

Colantonio, A, Kontos, P, Rossiter, K, Gilbert, J, Gray, J, Keightley, M. (2007) After the Crash: A Research-based Theatre Approach for Knowledge Translation on Traumatic Brain Injury. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 21-6.

Published Plays

Collective Disruption (Julia Gray, Sherry Dupuis, Gail Mitchell, Pia Kontos, Christine Jonas-Simpson with Susan Applewhaite, Lori Nancy Kalamanski, Mary Ellen MacLean, Claire Frances Muir, Mark Prince, Tim Machin, David Talbot). (2017). Cracked: new light on dementia. In J. Gray (Ed.), ReView: an anthology of plays committed to social justice (pp. 67-138). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Gray, J, Rossiter, K., Colantonio, A., Kontos, P., Gilbert, J., Keightley, M., James, S., Machin Gale, S., Nacos, M., Prince, M. (2011) After the Crash: a play about brain injury.  Canadian Theatre Review, 146, 66-86.

Chapters in Books                                 

Gray, J., Kontos, P., Dupuis, S., Mitchell, G., Jonas-Simpson, C. (2017) Dementia (re)performed: Interrogating tensions between relational engagement and regulatory policies in care homes through theatre. S. Chivers and U. Kreibernegg (Eds) Care Home Stories: Aging, Disability, and Long-term Residential Care, (pp. 105-120). Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript-Verlag.

Gray, J. (2017) Introduction. J. Gray (Ed) ReView: an anthology of plays committed to social justice. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Gray, J. & Mitchell, G. (2016) Considering Aesthetics: bringing new awareness to patient safety culture in hospitals. G. Belliveau and G. Lea (Eds) Research-based theatre: An Artistic Methodology, (pp. 77-88). Bristol, UK: Intellect.

Gray, J. (2014) Between research and performance: interpreting art out of data. R. Ewing and A. Cole (Eds.) Performing Scholartistry, (pp. 8-26). Halifax, NS: Backalong Books.

Blogs and other Social Media

Gray, J (2018) ‘Why bother with theatre anyway – why I study the ways people make performances’, Young People’s Theatre Blog ‘At The Centre’ http://youngpeoplestheatre.ca/at-the-centre/2018/03/16/why-bother-with-theatre-anyway/ Published March 16, 2018

Gray, J.   (2014) Let’s Play! Considering the arts as ways of mobilizing knowledge. Institute for Knowledge Mobilization Blog. http://www.knowledgemobilization.net/archives/7582 Published on-line on April 29, 2014

Editorial Experience                             

2014-17      Associate Editor – Art/Research International.  Housed at University of Alberta.  Editors in Chief: Diane Conrad and Patricia Leavy. Estimated journal launch date: Summer 2015.

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