The following presentations, documentaries, podcasts,and interviews have been curated to be of sufficient quality for use in classrooms, symposia, and speaker series. For a complete list, see CV.
Documentary shorts and videos
- Laboratory Life: Author Order (Episode 1). (2021). Directed by Couple3 Films. Funded by MEOPAR Knowledge Mobilization Fund. 11 minutes.
- Laboratory Life: How We Choose Our Values (Episode 2). (2021). Directed by Couple3 Films. Funded by MEOPAR Knowledge Mobilization Fund. 13 minutes.
- Laboratory Life: How We Run a Lab meeting (Episode 3). (2021). Directed by Couple3 Films. Funded by MEOPAR Knowledge Mobilization Fund. 10 minutes.
- “Dr. Max Liboiron is changing how science is done,” (2021). MEOPAR video for Ocean School. 6 minutes
- SuliaKaKatigelluta: Community monitoring of plastic pollution in Nunatsiavut. (2020). Dir. Liz Pijogge, Max Liboiron, Couple3Films. 9 minutes.
- GUTS.(2019). Dir. Noah Hutton, Taylor Hess. CoupleThree Films. 16 minutes.
- “Catalyst 5th Anniversary – Foundations and Futures of Feminist Technoscience,” (2021). This is a full recording of the event, including an initial conversation between Donna Haraway and Banu Subramaniam, followed by short “provocations” by Moya Bailey, Max Liboiron, Tania Pérez-Bustos, and Thao Phan. 120 minutes.
- “Promoting Equity and Health: An Anticolonial Model from an Indigenous-Led Marine Science Laboratory,” (2021). Collaborative on Health and the Environment (CHE). 61 minutes.
- “Collabrary: Drs. Deondre Smiles and Max Liboiron’s book club on Indigenous methodologies,” (2021). This recording covers our discussion on Cannella, Gaile S., and Kathryn D. Manuelito. “Feminisms from unthought locations: Indigenous worldviews, marginalized feminisms, and revisioning an anticolonial social science.” Handbook of critical and indigenous methodologies (2008): 45-59.
- “Anticolonial Science: A Masterclass with Max Liboiron,” (2021). The Academy for Teachers. 93 minutes.
- “What is a Feminist Lab?” Symposium: Max Liboiron,” (2019). CU Boulder Libraries. 30 minutes.
- “Open Hour: How to build a BabyLegs,” (2019). Public Lab for Open Technology. Build workshop. 55 minutes.
- “Waste and plastic colonialism,” (2018). 5 Gyres. 36 min.
- “Tools, Practices, and Ethics for Monitoring Marine Plastic Pollution Developed in a Feminist Lab,” (2017). Lives and Afterlives of Plastic online conference. 21 minutes.
- “Research Profile: Testing Citizen Science Trawls,” (2016). The Gazette. 3 minutes.
Interviews and podcasts
- “‘Pollution is Colonialism’: Part 1 (ep 258),” (2021). Rick Harp and Candis Callison, MEDIA INDIGENA. [Podcast]
- “‘Pollution is Colonialism’: Part 2 (ep 259),” (2021). Rick Harp and Candis Callison, MEDIA INDIGENA. [Podcast]
- “Q&A with Max Liboiron, Author of Pollution is Colonialism,” (2021). Duke University Press. [Print]
- “Max Liboiron: ‘Pollution is Colonialism,” (2021). NextNature Net. [Print]
- “The Sand Protocol,” (2021). Justine Paradis, Outside/In. [Audio, 20 min]
- “The influence of the sand beach on plastic pollution research,” (2021). Justine Paradis, Outside/In. [audio, 12 min]
- “On Canada’s East Coast, researchers look for plastic — and a new way to do science,” (2021). Marc Fawcett- Atkinson, National Observer. [print]
- “Reorienting within a world of plastic,” (2020). Ayana Young, For the Wild, Episode 156. [podcast]
- “Solidarity Chat 9: Max Liboiron,” (2020). Dr. Aimi Hamraie, Epsiode 9. [podcast]
- “Max Liboiron- The courage of dealing with extreme ambivalence,” Kate Clancy, Courageous Scientist. [podcast]
- “Episode 180: Max Liboiron,” (2019). Dominic Boyer and Cymene Howe, Center for Energy and Environmental Research in the Human Sciences (CENHS), Rice University. [podcast]
- “Anti-Colonial Science & The Ubiquity of Plastic,” (2019). Tatti Riberio, Frank News US. [print]
- “Praxes of Refusal,” (2019). Emily Simmonds, Digital Research Ethics Collaboratory (DREC). [print]
- “Atlantic Voice: Promiscuous Plastics,” (2018). Agenla Antle, CBC News. [audio, 25 min]
- “Assigning authorship for research papers can be tricky. These approaches can help,” (2018). Dalmeet Singh Chawla, Science Magazine. [print]
- “The Riddle of the Roaming Plastics,” (2018). Matthew Halliday, Hakai Magazine. [print]
- “Researchers are Dumpster Diving Outside the Large Hadron Collider,” (2016). Neel Patel, Inverse. [print]