Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals
Chapters in Books
Exhibition Catalogue Essays
A. M. Kokoli (ed.), Feminism Reframed: Reflections on Art and Difference (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007); electronic edition available. [Reviewed in The Art Book, vol. 16, no. 4 (November 2009), p. 40]
Susan Hiller, The Provisional Texture of Reality: Selected Texts and Interviews, 1977-2007, edited, introduced and annotated by A. M. Kokoli (Zurich: JRP|Ringier, 2009).
Deborah Cherry and A. M. Kokoli (eds.), Tracey Emin: Art and Life, with contributions by Gill Perry, Glenn Adamson, et al. (proposal under review by Manchester University Press).
The Feminist Uncanny in Theory and Art Practice (forthcoming – Bloomsbury Academic, 2015).
Reviews, Interviews, Interventions
Contributor to The Art Book, Art History, n.paradoxa and The F-word, including:
Critical approaches to visual culture; contemporary art practice in historical, critical and philosophical contexts; art and identity; art and society; art movements; art and writing; practice as research; guidance and support of independent study at undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral level.
Feminist art history; critical theory, especially feminist and postcolonial, in reference to art and visual culture; text in/and art; art writing; psychoanalysis, esp. the 'uncanny'; the history of the 'woman artist' as a distinct classification; contemporary artists including Susan Hiller, Monica Ross, Tracey Emin and Sutapa Biswas.
Alexandra Kokoli's research is situated within feminist art history, theory and practice, focusing particularly on the fraught but fertile relationship between feminism and psychoanalysis. She works with and on contemporary artists including Susan Hiller, Monica Ross and Judy Chicago and has a developing curatorial practice that builds on her research on the gender implications of curatorial strategies. She is currently working on her monograph, The Feminist Uncanny in Theory and Art Practice (under contract with Bloomsbury Academic), which examines feminism's transformative encounter with the widely debated and influential concept of the uncanny, in both theoretical texts and visual art practice.
Applications for humanities or practice-led PhD research are welcome in areas including but notlimited to: the interfaces of contemporary art practice and critical theory (practice as theory/ theoryas practice); art practice and theory informed by feminism; post-/decolonial art practice and theory; contemporary art and psychoanalysis; contemporary art and its audiences; contemporaryart in cultural and social contexts.
Kokoli, Alexandra M. (2017) Unpicking the Canon: Making (it), unmaking, and making do in textiles informed by feminism. In: A Feminist Space at Leeds: Looking Back to Think Forward, 16-17 December 2017, Leeds University.
Kokoli, Alexandra M. (2017) Read my QR: Quilla Constance and the conceptualist promise of intelligibility. In: Conceptualism: Intersectional Readings, International Framings, Black Artists and Modernism (BAM) Conference, 07-09 Dec 2017, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Netherlands.
Kokoli, Alexandra M. (2017) Do textiles think? In: Weaving Culture in Europe. Kyprianidou, Efi , ed. Nisos, pp. 99-102. ISBN 978-960-589-062-9
Kokoli, Alexandra M. (2018) Free Lunch with the Stench Wench: towards a synaesthetics of poverty and shame in Catherine Hoffmann’s performance. Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy . ISSN 0887-5367 (Published online first)
Kokoli, Alexandra M. (2017) The writing’s on the wall: #QC against decipherability. In: 'Transcending the Signified', Quilla Constance Symposium, 23 June 2017, Camberwell College of Arts, UAL, London.
Peer-review of monograph proposals for Ashgate and Berg/Bloomsbury Academic.
Article peer-review for journals Feminist Media Studies, Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies, Enquire and Critical Studies in Improvisation / Études critiques en improvisation.
External assessor for the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).
Aberdeen Visual Arts Awards, selection panellist, March 2010.
Gray's School of Art representative, Cultural Forum for the development of an Arts, Heritage and Culture Strategy for Aberdeen 2009/2014 (2009-2010).