- Navigating Niagara’s Human-Animal Histories
- Teaching and Learning Art History in a (Primarily) Studio Department: Experiences and Expectations (Chancellor’s Chair for Teaching Excellence Project)
- J. Keri Cronin, Art for Animals: Visual Culture and Animal Advocacy, 1875-1914 (Penn State University Press, 2018)
- J. Keri Cronin, Manufacturing National Park Nature: Photography, Ecology, and the Wilderness Industry of Jasper (UBC Press, 2011)
- J. Keri Cronin and Kirsty Robertson, eds., Imagining Resistance: Visual Culture & Activism in Canada (Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2011)
Recent Articles & Book Chapters
- J. Keri Cronin and Lisa Kramer, “Challenging the Iconography of Oppression: Confronting Speciesism Through Art and Visual Culture.” Journal of Animal Ethics 8 no. 1 (Spring 2018): 80-92.
- J. Keri Cronin, Tim Fowler, and Doug Hagar, “When Neglect Isn’t Working Anymore: The Unlikely Success of The Tuxedo Party.” Society & Animals 26 (2018): 1-29.
- J. Keri Cronin, “‘Popular Affection’: Edwin Landseer and 19th Century Animal Protection Campaigns” in Animal Subjects 2.0, ed. Jodey Castricano & Lauren Corman (Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2016)
- J. Keri Cronin, “Introduction: The Entangled Legacy” in The Art of the Animal: Fourteen Women Artists Explore the Sexual Politics of Meat, ed. Kathryn Eddy, L.A. Watson, and Janell O’Rourke. (Lantern Books, 2015)
- J. Keri Cronin, “‘A Mute Yet Eloquent Protest’: Visual Culture & Anti-Vivisection Activism in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction” in Critical Animal Studies: Thinking the Unthinkable, ed. John Sorenson (Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2014)
- J. Keri Cronin, “One Photograph: Do Not Feed the Bears.” Photography and Culture Vol. 6 no. 2 (July 2013): 213-216.
- J. Keri Cronin, “‘Can’t You Talk?’: Voice and Visual Culture in Early Animal Welfare Campaigns.” Early Popular Visual Culture 9 no. 3 (2011): 203-223.
- “What Would Canadian Art History Look Like If We Took The ‘Question of the Animal’ Seriously? (ArtCan.ca)
- Picturing Animals (Our Hen House)
- Unbound: Women on the Front Lines of Animal Advocacy (with Jo-Anne McArthur, We Animals)