A selection of publications include: “Arts of Dispossession,” in From Tierra del Fuego to the Artic: Landscape Painting in the Americas, Art Gallery of Ontario and Yale University Press, 2015, pg. 114-120; The Emergence of Global Indigenous Art, an essay in Sakahan, editors, Greg Hill and Candice Hopkins, National Gallery of Canada, 2013, pg. 53-60; Visualizing Sovereignty in the Time of Biometric Sensors, an essay in The South Atlantic Quarterly: Sovereignty, Indigeneity, and the Law, 110:2, edited by Eric Cheyfitz, N. Bruce Duthu and Sheri M. Huhndorf, Spring 2011, pg. 465-486 and Haudenosaunee Art: "In the Shadow of the Eagle," essay in Three Centuries of Woodlands Indian Art: A Collection of Essays (ERNAS Monographs 3), edited by J. C. H. King and Christian F. Feest, ZKF Publishers: Altenstadt, 2007, pg. 196-200.
Current research and curatorial collaborations include: interview by Candice Hopkins, Fair Trade Heads: A Conversation on Repatriation and Indigenous Peoples with Maria Thereza Alves, Candice Hopkins and Jolene Rickard, for documenta 14 journal South as a State of Mind, 2016; Columbia University working group on United Nations Declaration of Indigenous Rights; GRASAC-Great Lakes Research Alliance for the Study of Aboriginal Arts and Culture; MIA-Minneapolis Institute of Art; Seneca-Iroquois Museum and Aboriginal Curatorial Collective, Toronto, ON., an exhibition and publication, 25th Anniversary of the “1990 Oka ‘Crisis,’ Kanehsatà:ke Rotiwennakéhte” (Mohawk Language and Cultural Center at Oka).
She is from the Tuscarora Nation (Haudenosaunee), director of the American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program and Associate Professor in the History of Art and Art Departments at Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. and has a forthcoming book on sovereignty.