A full list of my publications is available on ResearchGate.

Book Chapters

Yerichuk, D. and F. Juma (accepted). Centering voices of African, Caribbean, and Black high school students in The Gahu Project. Oxford handbook of community singing. New York: Oxford.

Selected Journal Articles

Moola, F., Moothathamby, N., Naganathan, M., Curran, C, Yerichuk, D., & McPherson, A. (2020). A scoping review of music therapy in the lives of children and youth with disabilities and chronic conditions in non-acute medical and community-based settings: A novel consideration for art therapists? Canadian Journal of Art Therapy,33:1, 17-28. DOI: 1080/26907240.2020.1753461

Yerichuk, D. and J. Krar. (2019). From inclusion to inclusivity: A review of community music scholarship. International Journal of Community Music 12(2), pp.165-184. doi: 10.1386/ijcm.12.2.165_1

Bradley, D., Yerichuk, L. Dolloff, K. Galway, K. Robinson, J. Stark, and E. Gould. (2017). Examining equity in tenure processes at higher education music programs: An institutional ethnography. College Music Symposium 57.

Yerichuk, D. (2016). The construction of citizenship through musical performance in Toronto’s settlement houses, 1930-1939. MusiCultures 43(1), pp. 41-63.

Galway, K. and Yerichuk. (2016). Making a mess of everything: Excursions through communities, musics, academics, longing, and belonging. Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies, 12(1).

Bergonzi, L., Yerichuk, K. Galway, and E. Gould. (2015). Demographics of tenure-stream music faculty in Canadian post-secondary institutions. Intersections 35(1), pp.79-104.

Yerichuk, D. (2015). Grappling with inclusion: Ethnocultural diversity and socio-musical experiences in Common Thread Community Chorus of Toronto. International Journal of Community Music, (8)3, pp. 217–231,
doi: 10.1386/ijcm.8.3.217_1.

Yerichuk, D. (2014). ‘Socialized music’: Historical formations of community music through social rationales. Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education, 13(1), 125–53.