Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
(In Press) McKinney, Cait. 2018. “Printing the Network: AIDS Activists and Online Access in the 1980s.” Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 32(2). Invited contribution to special issue on “Thinking Beyond Backlash: 1980s Activisms.”
(In Press) McKinney, Cait. 2018. “’Finding the Lines to my People’: Towards a Media History of Queer Bibliography.” GLQ 24(1) (35 manuscript pages).
McKinney, Cait. 2016. Can a Computer Remember AIDS? Drain: Journal of Contemporary Art and Culture 13(2). Invited contribution to special issue on AIDS and Memory (online, 10 manuscript pages). http://drainmag.com/can-a-computer-remember-aids/.
McKinney, Cait. 2015. Newsletter Networks in the Feminist History and Archives Movement. Feminist Theory 16(3): 310–328. Invited contribution to special issue on Doing Feminism: Event, Archive, Techne. http://fty.sagepub.com/content/early/2015/09/30/1464700115604135.abstract
McKinney, Cait. 2015. Body, Sex, Interface: Reckoning with Images at the Lesbian Herstory Archives. Radical History Review 122: 115–28. Special issue on Queering Archives. http://rhr.dukejournals.org/content/2015/122/115.abstract
McKinney, Cait. 2010. Leibovitz and Sontag: Picturing an Ethics of Queer Domesticity. Shift: Graduate Journal of Visual and Material Culture 3: 1–25. http://www.shiftjournal.org/articles/2010/mckinney.htm.
McKinney, Cait and Hazel Meyer. 2016. Play, Rewind, Repeat: Queer Porn Archives and the Digital Afterlives of VHS. In Tape Condition: degraded, 1–4. Toronto: Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives. (PDF).
McKinney, Cait and Hazel Meyer. 2016. Tools for the Feminist Present. No More Potlucks 44 (online, five manuscript pages). http://nomorepotlucks.org/site/tools-for-the-feminist-present-hazel-meyer-and-cait-mckinney/.
McKinney, Cait and Hazel Meyer. 2015. “Tape Condition: degraded,” Little Joe: Queers and Cinema 5: 154–163.
McKinney, Cait and Dylan Mulvin. 2015. “’Not a game, Not a game, Not a game’: Outline of Some Theories of Practice.” Seachange: Art, Communication, Technology 5: 38–59. http://www.seachangejournal.ca/PDF/2014_Practice(s)/McKinney-and-Mulvin_Not-a-Game.pdf.
McKinney, Cait. 2014. Out of the Basement and on to the Internet: Digitizing Oral History Tapes at the Lesbian Herstory Archives. No More Potlucks 34 (online, 10 manuscript pages). http://nomorepotlucks.org/site/out-of-the-basement-and-on-to-internet-digitizing-oral-history-tapes-at-the-lesbian-herstory-archives-cait-mckinney/.
McKinney, Cait. 2011. “Cameron Duder, Awfully Devoted Women: Lesbian Lives in Canada, 1900–65.” TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies 26: 208–211.
McKinney, Cait and Hazel Meyer. 2015. “Sweaty Concepts.” Exhibition text for Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre: 1–4. http://www.modernfuel.org/files/MF_bulletin_Meyer_edit2.pdf.
McKinney, Cait. 2015. “Avian Visions in Spandex: Karen Kraven’s Flip Flop, Punch Front.” Exhibition text for Mercer Union, a Centre for Contemporary Art: 2–5. http://www.mercerunion.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Mercer_2015-SummerBrochure_FINAL1.pdf
McKinney, Cait. 2015. “The One About Baby.” Exhibition text for Open Studio Contemporary Print Making Centre: 1–4. http://www.openstudio.on.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/meyer-stuart-brochure.pdf.
McKinney, Cait. 2014. “Muscle Panic.” Text for Muscle Panic Handbook, edited and illustrated by Hazel Meyer. Mercer Union, a Centre for Contemporary Art: 1–22. To be reprinted in Incite: Journal of Experimental Media (Winter 2017). http://artmetropole.com/shop/11726.