2020. Cataloguing Culture: Legacies of Colonialism in Museum Documentation. UBC Press: Vancouver.

2019  Turner, Hannah, Kate Hennessy, Meghann O’Brien, and Conrad Sly. “Wrapped in the Cloud: An Interview with Meghann O’Brien and Conrad Sly.” BC Studies, 50th Anniversary Issue, No. 200, Winter: 125-140.

In Press. Turner, Hannah, and Candace Greene. “New Access to Native North American Collections in Museums and Archives: History, Context and Future Directions.” In Volume 1 of the Handbook of North American Indians (HNAI), Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press.

Turner, Hannah. “Organizing Knowledge in Museums: A Review of Concepts and Concerns.” Knowledge Organization: Knowledge Organization within the Museum Domain Special Issue. 44(7): 472-484. Download: ko_44_2017_7_b-2

Turner, Hannah, Gabby Resch, Adam K. Dubé, Rhonda McEwen, Isaac Record, and Daniel Southwick. 2017. “Using 3D Printing to Enhance Understanding and Engagement with Young Audiences: Lessons from Workshops in a Museum.Curator: The Museums Journal, 60(3): 311-333.

Turner, Hannah, Gabriela Aceves Sepulveda, Frederico Machuca, Jo Shin, and Xavier Wu. 2017. “Witnessing.” Web Based Project. Immediacy Special Issue: The Digital Revolution. The New School at New York University.

Turner, Hannah. 2016. “Critical Histories of Museum Catalogues” Introduction to the Special Issue, Museum Anthropology, 39 (2) p. 102-110.

Turner, Hannah. 2016. “The Computerization of Material Culture Catalogues: Objects and Infrastructure in the Smithsonian Institution’s Department of Anthropology.”  Special Issue or Museum Anthropology, 39 (2) p. 163-177.

Turner, Hannah. 2015. “Decolonizing Ethnographic Documentation: A Critical History of the Early Museum Catalogs at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.A Critical History of the Early Museum Catalogs at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.” Special Issue: Indigenous Approaches to Cataloging, Cataloging & Classification Quarterly (CCQ), 53 (5/6).

Turner, Hannah and Laura K. Gibson. “Facilitating Inclusivity: The Politics of Access and Digitization in a South African and Canadian Museum.Journal of the Inclusive Museum, 4 (1): 1-14.

Rowley, Susan, Dave Schaepe, Leona Sparrow, Andrea Sanborn, Ulrike Radermacher, Ryan Wallace, Nicholas Jakobsen, Hannah Turner, Sivia Sadofsky, and Tristan Goffman. “Building an Online Research Community: The Reciprocal Research Network.” Museums and the Web 2010: Proceedings, Toronto: Archives & Museum Informatics, Edited by Jennifer Trant and David Bearman. Toronto: Archives and Museum Informatics, 2010.

Turner, Hannah. “Performance as Exhibit: When Edward Curtis met the Kwakwaka’wakw.” Faculty of Information Quarterly 1 (3): 1-8. 2009.

Book Reviews

“Review of ‘We Are Coming Home: Repatriation and the Restoration of Blackfoot Cultural Confidence by Gerald T. Conaty (ed.) 2015. AU Press: Edmonton.’” The Engaged Scholar, 2 (1): 315-17.

Turner, Hannah. 2015.  “Review of ‘The Grand Hall: First Peoples of Canada’s Northwest Coast,’ Leslie Tepper, Gatineau, QC: Canadian Museum of History, 2014, and ‘Treasures of the Royal British Columbia Museum and Archives, Jack Lohman and others’, Victoria: RBCM, 2015.” BC Studies, no. 188.