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). http://liminalities.net/12-1/mess.pdf
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,
Yerichuk, D. (2014). ‘Socialized music’: Historical formations of community music through social rationales. Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education, 13(1), 125–53.