Sameshima P., Maarhuis, P., & Wiebe, S. (2019). Parallaxic praxis: Multimodal interdisciplinary pedagogical research design. Vernon Press. (Recipient of the 2020 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award)
Sameshima, P., White, B., & Sinner, A., (Eds.). (2019). Ma: Materiality in teaching and learning. Peter Lang. (Recipient of the 2020 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Honorable Mention Award)
Sameshima, P., Fidyk, A., James, K., & Leggo, C. (Eds.). (2017, Oct.). Poetic inquiry: Enchantment of place. Wilmington, DE: Vernon Press. (Recipient of the 2018 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Honorable Mention Award)
Sameshima, P., Vandermause, R., Chalmers, S., & Gabriel. (2009). Climbing the ladder with Gabriel: Poetic inquiry of a methamphetamine addict in recovery. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense. (Shortlisted for the 2010 American Educational Research Association Qualitative Research Outstanding Book Award)
Prendergast, M., Leggo, C., & Sameshima, P. (Eds.). (2009). Poetic inquiry: Vibrant voices in the social sciences. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense.
Sameshima, P. (2007). Seeing Red—a pedagogy of parallax: An epistolary bildungsroman on artful scholarly inquiry. Amherst, NY: Cambria Press. (Winner of 2 university, 2 Canadian & 1 US award)
Sameshima, P., Katz, R., Shariff, S., Dietzel, C. (2020, Oct.). Novel, educational and legal responses to technology-facilitated sexual violence. AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research. https://doi.org/10.5210/spir.v2020i0.11146
Sameshima, P. (2020, July). The making of resilience. Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, 18(1), 1-2.
Carter, M., Fischer, B., *Shuman, L., Wiebe, S., Howard, P., Sameshima P., Gouzouasis, P., Ricketts, K., & *McLarnon, M. (2020, July). Reconceptualizing identity through design thinking and creativity: A Montreal case study. Canadian Art Teacher, 17(1), 24-38. https://csea-scea.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Canadian-Art-Teacher_17.1_Interactive_Final.pdf
Sameshima, P. (2020, June). Foreword. Ineffable. In W. Zuk, Together, love is not lost (pp. 4-7). Blurb Press.
Sameshima, P. (2020, May). Foreword. Developing critical mass in arts education research. In B. Andrews (Ed.), Perspectives on arts education research in Canada, Vol. II: Issues and directions (pp. vii-xi). Brill Sense.
Sameshima, P. (2020, February). Digging wells, divining a curriculum of hope in slipping fidelities. Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, 17(2), 1-7.
Wiebe, S., & Sameshima, P. (2019, Sept.). Emancipatory reaggregation of ‘The Irrational Man’: (Im)moral possibilities of an existential, lived –curriculum. In D. Conrad & M. Prendergast (Eds.), Portrayals of teachers and teaching on stage and in film: Dramatic depictions (pp. 245-255). Intellect Books.
Sameshima, P., & Morchel, P. (2019, summer). Making practice. Visual Arts Research, 45(1), Issue 88, 78-82.
Bazdarick, L., Young, E., & Sameshima, (2019, July). The supermodel astronaut challenge: Traversing frames of mind. Qualitative Research Journal. doi: https://doi.org/10.1108/QRJ-02-2019-0023
Sameshima, P. (2019, June). Ma, I’m thinking about nothing. In P. Sameshima, B. White & A. Sinner (Eds.), Ma: Materiality in teaching and Learning (pp. 3-16). Peter Lang.
Sameshima, P., Wiebe, S., & Hayes, M. (2019, May). Imagination: The generation of possibility. In B. Andrews (Ed.), Perspectives on arts education research in Canada, Volume 1: Surveying the landscape(pp. 19-35). Brill Sense.
Sameshima, P. (2019, April). “Where are you Harley Dave” in Fresh Voices 16. Toronto, ON: The League of Canadian Poets. Accessed from http://poets.ca/2019/04/15/npm19-fresh-voices-16/
Sameshima, P. (2019, March). “Leaves evergreen” in Collected Haiku [15 poets, competition]. The League of Canadian Poets.
Sameshima, P. (2018, December). The basic understory: A curriculum of Interrelation. Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, 16(2), 1-9.
Sameshima, P., & Wiebe, S. (2018, Dec). Faith, hope & love: Postscript on interprofessional processes for innovating generation. Canadian Review of Art Education, 45(1). 129-152.
Irwin, R. L., Bickel, B., Triggs, V., Springgay, S., Beer, R., Grauer, K., Gu, X., & Sameshima, P. (2018, July). The city of Richgate: A/r/tographic cartography as public pedagogy (pp. 179-192). In M. Carter & V. Triggs (Eds.), Arts education and curriculum studies: The contributions of Rita L. Irwin. New York, NY: Routledge. (Original work published 2009)
Sameshima, P., & Wiebe, S. (2018, April). Siren’s ghost net. In E. Hasebe-Ludt & C. Leggo (Eds.), Canadian curriculum studies: A métissage of inspiration/ imagination/ interconnection (p. 85). Canadian Scholars’ Press.
Wiebe, S., & Sameshima, P. (2018, February). Sympathizing with social justice, poetry of invitation and generation. Art/Research International, 3(1)7-29. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.18432/ari29243