Settler Filipino Kinship Work: Being Better Relations within Turtle Island. 2021. University of Toronto, PhD thesis. 228 pages. [READ ABSTRACT]


With Jeffrey Ansloos and David Gaertner, editors. #NativeTwitter: Indigenous Networks of Relations and Resistance. Wilfrid Laurier University Press. Forthcoming. 140,000 words.

A forthcoming special issue of Transmotion on Indigenous social media and digital environments [READ THE CALL] | Issue editors: Ashley Caranto Morford, Tanja Grubnic, and Jeffrey Ansloos


With Samantha McCormick and Jeffrey Ansloos. “Digital language kinscapes: Twitter-based pedagogical possibilities for Indigenous youth language learning in Canada.” Art as a Way of Listening: Centering Student and Community Voices in Language Learning and Cultural Revitalization edited by Berta Rosa Berriz, Amanda Claudia Wager, Laura Ann Cranmer, and Vivian Maria Poey. Routledge. 2023. 17 pages.

With Kush Patel and Arun Jacob. “Workshops in Anti-Colonial Digital Humanities: Towards Building Relationships with Critical University and Community Movements.” Digital Humanities Workshops: Lessons Learned edited by Laura Estill and Jennifer Giuliano. Routledge. 2023. 11 pages.

With Jeffrey Ansloos, Nicole Santos Dunn, Lindsay DuPré, and Riley Kucheran. “Beading Native Twitter: Indigenous arts-based approaches to healing and resurgence.” The Arts in Psychotherapy. 2022. 11 pages.

With Sewsen Igbu, Shanna Peltier, and Kaitlin Rizarri. “BIPOC Solidarities, Decolonization, and Otherwise Kinship through Black Feminist Love.” Women’s Studies Quarterly. Special issue on Black love. 2022. 6,256 words.

With Jeffrey Ansloos. “Reading #NativeTwitter: A Qualitative Study of Indigenous Language Twitteratures.” Native American and Indigenous Studies Journal (NAIS). 2022. 34 pages.

With Jeffrey Ansloos. “Indigenous sovereignty in digital territory: a qualitative study on land-based relations with #NativeTwitter.” AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples. 2021. 12 pages.

With Arun Jacob and Kush Patel. “Pedagogy of the Digitally Oppressed: Futurities, Imaginings, Responsibilities, and Ethics for Anti-colonial DH Praxis.” Digital Studies/Le champ numérique. 2021. 5,425 words.

“‘This is an Indigenous City’: Un-/Firsting Early Representations of Vancouver.” Firsting in the Early Modern Transatlantic World edited by Lauren Beck. Routledge. 2019. 23 pages.

With Michelle Levy and Lindsey Seatter. “Digital Projects in the Romanticism Classroom: A Practical Guide to Student Use of WordPress.” Romantic Circles Pedagogy Commons – Romanticism and Technology. 2017. 25 pages.


“Celebrating the Indigenous-Filipino Community on Bainbridge Island and the Indigenous Women who Brought it into Being: A Review of Honor Thy Mother.” BC Studies. 2021. 1,988 words.

“‘(big)/little’ moments of world-building revolution: a review of Smokii Sumac’s you are enough: love poems for the end of the world.” Transmotion. 2019. 4 pages.


With Jeffrey Ansloos. “Learning and Reclaiming Indigenous Languages of Turtle Island within the Twitter Ecosystem.” State of the Internet’s Languages Report. Whose Knowledge?, 2022. 1,209 words.

With Kaitlin Rizarri. “Calling us in as Settler Filipinx/a/os: A Collective Call to Action Post-Kamloops and in Support of #EveryChildMatters.” Pinay Collection. 2021. 5,633 words.

“Undoing the Colonial Myth of ‘Firsting’”. The Otter for NiCHE (Network in Canadian History & Environment). 2017. 1,000 words.