Reviews, nonfiction media, published reflections on my own creative work, commissioned texts, and introductory pieces intended for a non-specialist audience.


Shiloh Krupar and Sarah Kanouse, “A People’s Atlas of Nuclear Colorado,” Backchannels, a blog of the Society for Social Studies of Science, March 21, 2022.

Sarah Kanouse, “Touching Power: White Womanhood, Colonial Spectacle and the ‘Forces of Nature’ at the Boulder Power Inaugural,” Arcadia: Explorations in Environmental History, Autumn 2021.

Sarah Kanouse, “Chi-Nations Youth Council,” Anthropocene Curriculum website, Haus Der Kulturen Der Welt, December 17, 2019.

Sarah Kanouse, “Maa Wákąčąk: Sacred Earth in the Anthropocene,” Anthropocene Curriculum website, Haus Der Kulturen Der Welt, November 26, 2019.

Sarah Kanouse, Review of Michael Allen’s “How Not What: Anthropocene Landscapes of St. Louis,” Forty-Five, May 21, 2019.

Sarah Kanouse, “Outside, Beyond the Frame,” Panorama 5:1, June 19 2019.

Sarah Kanouse, “Surviving Extinction,” Art Journal Open, August 12, 2019.

Kanouse, Sarah, “Mapping the Depths of a Lake,” in Rebecca Zorach, ed. Art Against the Law. Chicago: School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 2015, 91-93.

Sarah Kanouse, “A Post-Naturalist Field Kit: tools for the embodied exploration of social ecologies,” in Sébastien Cacquard, William Cartwright, and Laurene Vaughan, eds. Mapping Environmental Issues in the City. Heidelberg: Springer, 2011, 160-177. Download PDF: A Post-Naturalist Field Kit.

Dara Greenwald and Sarah Kanouse, “What the Market Bares,” Critical Planning 18 (2011): 92-98 Download PDF: What the Market Bares.

Sarah Kanouse, “Installation Art,” in John Downing, ed., The Encyclopedia of Social Movement Media. London: Sage, 2010, 272-279. Download PDF: Installation Art.

Sarah Kanouse, “Tactical Irrelevance: Art and Politics at Play,” The Democratic Communiqué 20(2) (2007): 23-39. Download PDF: Tactical Irrelevance.

N. Brown, R. Griffis, K. Hamilton, S. Irish, and S. Kanouse, “What makes justice spatial? What makes spaces just?” Critical Planning 14 (2007): 7-28. Download PDF: What Makes Justice Spatial? What Makes Spaces Just?

Sarah Kanouse, “Marc Tasman,” Mary L. Nohl Fellowship Exhibition Catalog, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Peck School of the Arts, 2007 (unnumbered).

Sarah Kanouse and Nicholas Brown, “Urban, Rural, Wild,” AREA: Art Research Education Activism 1:4 (2005).