Marissa Largo



Forthcoming in November 2017. Diaz, R., Largo, M., & Pino, F. (Eds.). Diasporic Intimacies: Queer Filipinos/as and Canadian Imaginaries. Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press.

Largo, M. (2008). From the Pearl of the Orient to Uptown: A Collaborative Arts-Based Inquiry with Filipino Youth Activists in Montreal. VDM, Germany. ISBN 978-3-639-06595-4

Book Chapters

Largo, M. (2012). From the pearl of the orient to uptown: A collaborative arts-based inquiry with Filipino youth activists in Montreal. In Coloma, R., McElhinny, B., Tungohan, E., Catungal, J. P. & Davidson, L. M. (Eds.), Filipinos in Canada: Disturbing Invisibility (pp. 243-264). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Szabad-Smyth, L. & Largo, M. (2008). When art meets community. In Gagnon-Bourget, F. & Gosselin, P. (Eds.). Actes du colloque sur la recherche en enseignement des arts visuels. L'Université du Québec à Montréal. (back-dated 2006). Montréal: CRÉA Éditions.

Contributing artist in Butler, P. (ed.) (2012). Lateral learning: Disaster, pedagogy, community and art, (pp. 99-100). Vancouver: Vantage.

Journal Articles

Largo, M. (2015). A country that does not exist: The queer decolonial aesthetic of Julius Poncelet Manapul. Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas, 1(1), 108-130.

Szabad-Smyth, L., with contributions from Chalas, A., Duval, C., Goodfriend, T., Holt, A., Largo, M., LeBlanc, N., and Reid, N., (2005). Personal narratives of spaces, places and displacement as revealed in studio work. The Canadian Art Teacher, 5(1), 6-15.