Macdonald, A (forthcoming Jan 2024) Reasonable Adjustments: Movements of Care in Art for the Sake of Care: Special Issue International Journal of Education and the Arts.
Macdonald, A (2023) Keeping in time: Mastery, as a condition of colonial and patriarchal discourse, and the temporality of screendance. In LO:TECH:POP:CULT : Screendance Remixe. London: Routledge.
Macdonald, A (2022) The Milky Way’, by The Women’s Art Activation System (The WAAS). Social Works: Journal of Social Practice Art. Iss 3. Winter.
Macdonald, A (2022) Liquid Body, Mov en Mov 2022 online magazine
Jacob, M., Macdonald, A. (2021) Moving from law: documents, dance and stubborn materials. Talking Humanities Blog, School of Advanced Studies. https://talkinghumanities.blogs.sas.ac.uk/
Macdonald, A. (2020) Witness: a response to Marlene Millar's Witness. The International Journal of Screendance, 11.
Jacob, M., Macdonald, A. (2019) A Change of heart: Retraction and the body. Law Text Culture (special issue entitled Legal materiality)
Macdonald, A (2018). Touch Consolation and Loss in This is for You. Journal of Dance and Somatic Studies, 9.2
Macdonald, A (2017). Going nowhere: Screendance and the act of dying. International Journal Screendance. 8.
Macdonald, A (2017). Holding and Curation. REPERTÓRIO: Teatro & Dança. pp.49-58.
Macdonald, A (2014). Structure, Familiarity and Endings in Hart, A (ed) Parts Per Million: An illustrated Glossary of Public Art, Central St Martins University Press, London.
Macdonald, A (2013). Things that start slowly, in Turner, J, Shirley, D (eds.) Performing Narrative: narration, ‘‘denarration’’, fracture, and absence in contemporary performance practice. Manchester Metropolitan University Press, UK.
Macdonald, A (2013). I Will Not Hope: Interview, Videofocus13, July, Stigmart Press.
Macdonald, A (2013). Editing I Will Not Hope, Choreographic Practices Journal 4:2.
Macdonald, A (2013). Things that start slowly, Body, Space & Technology Journal 11:2
In conversation with Prof Farsides at Exploring immortality:science, art and humanities. Presented in partnership with Brighton and Sussex Medical School
Contingency, containment and curation at Expanded Practice and Curation as Creative Process: An International Symposium at MMU.
Art, containment and care at Cross Cultural Live Art Project
Holding the art: Falling for everything Maternal Creativity conference: Southbank University, London.
Striking through: writing practices and research integrity — co-authored with Prof. Jacob, Keele at Risk and regulation: Arts and Medical Humanities Conference at Dartington Hall, Falmouth.