Audette-Longo, Patricia H. (2018). “Fighting the same old battle”: Obscured oil sands entanglements in press coverage of Indigenous resistance in the winter of 1983. The Canadian Journal of Communication 43(1): 127-145. URL: https://www.cjc-online.ca/index.php/journal/article/view/3311
Roth, Lorna and Patricia H. Audette-Longo (2018). Co-movement revisited: Reflections on four decades of media transformation in Canadian Indigenous communities. Development in Practice 28(3): 414-421. URL: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09614524.2018.1439452
Audette-Longo, Patricia H. (2017). Prayers on the record: Mobilizing Indigenous futures and discourses of spirituality in Canada’s pipeline hearings. Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities 4 (2-3): 66-93. URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5250/resilience.4.2-3.0066
Audette-Longo, Patricia H. (2016). Freedom Train: Mobilizing alternative media. International Journal of Communication 10: 4368-4388. URL: http://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/4907/1773
Audette-Longo, Patricia H. and William Buxton (2014). Compiling knowledge, enacting space, binding time: Innis’s Canadian North (1928-1944). Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies (No. 32): 229-252. URL: http://topia.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/topia/article/view/39946/36154
Audette-Longo, Patricia, Mariam Esseighaier & Marie Eve Lefebvre (2017). “It won’t go viral”: Documenting the Charter of Quebec Values and Talking Theory on YouTube. Canadian Journal of Communication 42(1): 121-129. URL: http://www.cjc-online.ca/index.php/journal/article/view/3088/3311
Audette-Longo, P.H. (2012). Observers, witnesses, victims or activists? How Inuit voices are represented in mainstream Canadian newspaper coverage of global warming. Media@LSE Electronic MSc Dissertation Series.
Audette-Longo, Patricia H. (2016). “Outsiders Still: Why Women Journalists Love—And Leave—Their Newspaper Careers, by Vivian Smith,” The Canadian Journal of Communication 41(4). URL: http://www.cjc-online.ca/index.php/journal/article/view/3119/3275
Audette-Longo, Patricia H. (2015). “The Oil Man and the Sea: Navigating the Northern Gateway, by Arno Kopecky,” The Goose: A Journal of Arts, Environment and Literature in Canada 13(2), Article 13. URL: http://scholars.wlu.ca/thegoose/vol13/iss2/13
Audette, Trish (2013). “The Energy of Slaves, by Andrew Nikiforuk,” Alberta Views 16(1): 59.
Audette-Longo (2021, April 10). Audette-Longo: On the monarchy, the medium shapes our messages. Ottawa Citizen. URL: https://ottawacitizen.com/opinion/audette-longo-on-the-monarchy-the-medium-shapes-our-messages
Audette-Longo, Trish, and Brian Gorman (2016, May 25). Opinion: Wildfire reporting showed the press at its best; now to create a blueprint for the future. The Edmonton Journal. URL: http://edmontonjournal.com/opinion/columnists/opinion-wildfire-reporting-showed-the-press-at-its-best-now-to-create-a-blueprint-for-the-future
Audette-Longo, Trish (2017). Environmental Journalism. Workshop card and educational guide for The Shore Line, produced and directed by Elizabeth Miller. URL: http://theshorelineproject.org/media/workshop_cards/EnvironmentalJournalism.pdf
Invited Conference Paper
February 2014. Plenary Session: Is Ours a Petrodemocracy? Panel discussion at the Petrocultures 2014: Oil, Energy and Canada’s Future Conference, McGill Institute for the Study of Canada, Montreal, Quebec.
Conference Papers (Peer-reviewed Abstracts)
June 2019. #JournalismMatters: Alternative media models and advocating for an industry. Paper presented at the Canadian Communication Association Annual Conference, University of British Columbia.
June 2017. Notes on Staples, Margins, Oil Entanglement and Imagining Resistance with Harold Innis. Paper presented at the Twelfth Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment Biennial Conference, Rust/Resistance: Works of Recovery, Wayne State University, Detroit.
June 2016. Moving together: Building networks of prayer and resistance through the Tar Sands Healing Walk. Paper presented at the Association for Literature, Environment and Culture in Canada Biennial Conference, Making Common Causes, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario.
May 2016. Mapping #healingwalk: Analyzing a social media meeting-place for oil and activism narratives. Paper presented at the Canadian Communication Association Annual Conference, University of Calgary, Alberta.
June 2015. Invitations to Pray: Pipeline politics and cross-cultural connections. Paper presented at the Eleventh Association for the Study of Literature & Environment (ASLE) Biennial Conference, Notes from Underground: The Depths of Environmental Arts, Culture and Justice, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho.
June 2015. The implications of “Sleeping With the Devil” in Alberta’s oil sands: A visual and discourse analysis. Paper presented at the Canadian Indigenous/Northern Studies Association 2015 conference, Survivance & Reconciliation: 7 Forward / 7 Back, Concordia University, Montreal.
June 2015. Freedom Train 2012: Taking northern British Columbia to Bay Street. Paper presented as part of a joint Canadian Communication Association–Environmental Studies Association of Canada panel entitled, “Unsettling frontier logics: Re-imagining and re-inhabiting rural-capital relations.” Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences annual congress, University of Ottawa.
April 2015. Talking Theory on YouTube: Lessons Learned from Documenting the Charter of Quebec Values. Paper presented at the Activism and Communication Scholarship in Canada Workshop, Mozilla Toronto.
[With Mariam Esseghaier] February 2015. “It won’t go viral”: Documenting the Charter of Quebec Values. Paper presented at the Joint Doctorate in Communication Conference: Perspectives on Participation and Student Research in Communication Studies, Université du Québec à Montréal.
September 2014. Tracing the Berger Inquiry through Today’s Pipeline Politics. Paper presented at Under Western Skies Three: Intersections of Environments, Technologies and Communities Conference, Mount Royal University, Calgary, Alberta.
August 2014. Prayers on the Record: Sites of Oil Sands Resistance. Paper presented at the Association for Literature, Environment and Culture in Canada (ALECC) Biennial Conference, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario.
May 2014. Sentinel on the Front Line: Oil Pipelines, Local Media and First Peoples. Paper presented at the Canadian Communication Association Annual Conference, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario.
June 2013. Freedom Train: How an indigenous challenge to Canada’s tar sands pushes the borders of alternative media study. Paper presented at the Protest and the Media Conference, University of Westminster, London, United Kingdom.
May 2013. Indigenous discourses in tar sands advocacy: Canadian case studies against the backdrop of Keystone XL. Paper presented at the Tenth Association for the Study of Literature & Environment Biennial Conference, Changing Nature: Migrations, Energies, Limits, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas.
April 2013. Mapping challenges in indigenous media research. Paper presented at the Joint Doctorate in Communication Conference: Challenges and Futures of Communication, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.
Audette-Longo, T., Esseghaier, M., & Lefebvre, M. (Directors and Producers). (2014). Tout Cela Est… : Communicating the Charter of Quebec Values / Communiquer la Charte des valeurs québécoises. http://charterflightproductions.wordpress.com/
May 2014. Tout Cela Est… : Communicating the Charter of Quebec Values / Communiquer la Charte des valeurs québécoises. To be presented at the Canadian Communication Association Annual Conference, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario.
March 2014. Tout Cela Est… : Communicating the Charter of Quebec Values / Communiquer la Charte des valeurs québécoises. Department of Communication Studies, Concordia University, Montreal.
February 2014. Tout Cela Est… : Communicating the Charter of Quebec Values / Communiquer la Charte des valeurs québécoises. Muslim Social Research Forum, Concordia University, Montreal.
Audette, Trish (October 2013). James Clifford: On the Role of the Artist; James Clifford: On the Role of the Researcher; James Clifford: On Complexity; James Clifford: On ‘Becoming’ Indigenous; James Clifford: On Identity Politics. This series of interviews, produced during Dr. Clifford’s visit to Concordia University’s Feminist Media Studio (Department of Communication Studies), can be found online: http://vimeo.com/user20884001/videos