refereed publications  

Beier, J. (2018; Forthcoming). Dispatch From the Future: Science Fictioning (in) the Anthropocene. In j. jagodzinski (Ed), Interrogating the Anthropocene: The Future in Question. London/New York: Palgrave McMillan.

Beier, J.L. & Wallin, J.J. (2017). Beyond Belief: Visionary Cinema, Becoming Imperceptible and Pedagogical Resistance. In C. Naughton, G. Biesta, & D.R. Cole (Eds.), Art, Artists and Pedagogy: Philosophy and the Arts in Education. London: Routledge. 

Beier, J.L. & Wallin, J.J. (2017). The Disappeared Future of Arts-Based Research, Pts. I-VI: Towards a reality-without- givenness.  In j. jagodzinksi (Ed.), What is Art Education? Essays After Deleuze and Guattari. London/ New York: Palgrave McMillan. 

Beier, J.L. (2017). The Future is Cancelled: From Melancholia to Belief. In j. jagodzinksi (Ed.), The precarious future of education: Risk and uncertainty in ecology, curriculum, learning, and technology. London/New York: Palgrave McMillan.

Beier, J.L. & Wallin, J.J. (2017). Sound without organs: Inhuman refrains & the speculative potential of a cosmos-without-us. In B. Herzogenrath (Ed.), Sound Thinking. New York: Bloomsbury. 

Beier, J.L. (2014). [Review of the book Surviving economic crises through education, by D. Cole (Ed.)]. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 59(4), 693-697. 

Beier, J.L. (2013). Dis-organ-izing the subject: Thinking with sound. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 9(2), 23-25. 

Beier, J.L. (2013). Visual literacy and the untimely transmogrification of the problem [Special issue]. Visual Arts Research, 39(1), 35-51.

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conference proceedings

Beier, J. & Loveless, N. (2018, May). Art and/in the Anthropocene: A Debate on Sustainability and Ecology. Panel organization and moderation for KIAS: Around the World e-Conference, Edmonton, Alberta. 

Beier, J. & Jorgensen-Skakum, D. (2018, April). THE FUTURE OF FOOD IS _____________. (or, An Experiment in Gastronomical Research-Creation). Paper presentation at GSJ Graduate Students’ Conference: Seeking Social Justice: Resistance Then/Now/Tomorrow, Edmonton, Alberta.

Beier, J. (2018, March). Fail better! Panel presentation for the Digital Scholars (UofA) On the Benefits of Failure: A Symposium, Edmonton, Alberta. 

Beier, J. (2018, March). Speculative Energy Futures: What Research-Creation Contributes to Future Energy Systems?. Presentation at Future Energy Systems Research Symposium, Edmonton, Alberta.

Beier, J. (2017, November). ECOLOGIX: Towards an Eco-Logic of Dissensus. Paper presented at DARE 2017: ABHERRANT NUPTIALS, Ghent, Belgium. 

Beier, J. (2017, October). Dispatch from the Future: Science Fictioning in The Anthropocene. Paper presented at CGCER: Global Citizenship: Intersectionality, Solidarity and Living as Kin on a Suffering Planet Conference, Edmonton, Alberta.

Beier, J. (2017, October). Dissent in/as Solidarity: Confronting Anthropocene Banality. Panel discussion at CGCER: Global Citizenship: Intersectionality, Solidarity and Living as Kin on a Suffering Planet Conference, Edmonton, Alberta. (Panelists include: Paige Gorsak, Danika Jorgensen McGuire, David Selsky, Charles Stubblefield.) 

Beier, J. (2017, October). The Disappeared Future of Arts-Based Research. Paper presentation at the 2017 Universities Art Association of Canada (UAAC) Conference, Banff, Canada. 

Beier, J. (2017, June). Flight paths: Pedagogic fictions for precarious futures. Paper presentation at the 10th International Deleuze Studies Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Beier, J. (2017, March). ECOLOGIX: Towards an eco-logic of dissensus. Paper presentation at Toxic Media Ecologies: Critical Responses to the Cultural Politics of Planetary Crises Symposium, Edmonton, Alberta. 

Beier, J. (2016, November). There’s no I in me (or, “I don't necessarily agree with everything I say”). Performance at Tuning Speculation IV Symposium, Toronto, Canada. 

Beier, J. (2015, November). Sound without organs: Inhuman refrains & the speculative potential of a cosmos-without-us. Paper presentation at Tuning Speculation III Symposium, Toronto, Canada. 

Beier, J. (2015, June). Schizophrenizing the art encounter: Towards a politics of dehabituation. Paper presented at 8th International Deleuze Studies Conference, Stockholm, Sweden.

Beier, J. (2015, March). Art after the human: Towards a new logic of intensity. Paper presented at National Art Education Association (NAEA) Conference, New Orleans, LA. 

Beier, J. (2015, March). The ‘C’ word: Re-presenting creativity. Paper presented at National Art Education Association (NAEA) Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Beier, J. (2015, February). The future is cancelled: A schizoanalysis of "Melancholia". Paper presented at ‘Thinking Through Deleuze: Nomadic Subjects, Global Citizenship and Posthumanism’ Symposium, St. Catherine's, ON.

Beier, J. (2014, June). Loss in the future anterior. Paper presented at the 7th International Deleuze Studies Conference, Istanbul, Turkey.

Beier, J. (2014, March). Thinking through sound. Paper presented at ‘Sounds Rerouted’ Conference, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON. 

Beier, J. (2013, June). Sense and sonic territories in ‘Dirt City’. Paper presented at the 6th International Deleuze Studies Conference, Lisbon, Portugal.

Beier, J. (2013, May). Dis-organ-izing the subject: Thinking with sound. Paper presented at Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies (UBC) 2013 Conference. Kelowna, Canada.

Beier, J. (2013, March). Visual literacy and the untimely transmogrification of the problem. Paper Presented at the National Art Education Association (NAEA) Annual Conference. Fort Worth, Texas.


other publications

Beier, J. (2015). Reflections In/On the Dark. Superconversations Day 71: Jessie Beier responds to responds to Tom Holert's “Blackout City”. e-flux Conversations.

Beier. J. (2015). The Planning Itch. Superconversations Day 15: Jessie Beier responds to Arseny Zhilyaev, “Second Advents. On the Issue of Planning in Contemporary Art”. e-flux Conversations. 

Beier, J. (2015). "An Education for Us", Essay for Jing Yuan Huang's "Confucius City Edmonton Project", Latitude 53 Contemporary Visual Culture.

Beier, J. (2015). "Terms of Employeement", Essay for Andrew Buszchak's (curator) "EMPLOYEEMENT: MEDITATIONS ON NEOLIBERAL EMPLOYMENT OUTCOMES", Creative Practices Institute. 

Beier, J. (2013). "Manus: Common Creators of Extraordinary Worlds", Essay for Sean Borchert’s (curator) “MANUS”, The Works International Visual Arts Society.