“The Taste of Art”. with Michael Peterson. in On Taste. Edited by Joshua Abrams and Richard Gough. Journal of Performance Research, 22:01.
“Rage Grief Comfort &” in Not a Trump Issue volume of Lateral edited by Gwyneth Shanks.
“Ways of Eating: Tradition, Innovation, and the Production of Community in Food-Based Art”. with Michael Peterson. in What's Cooking? Food, Art and Counterculture. edited by Sylvia Botinelli and Margherita d’Ayala Valva. University of Arkansas Press.
Review of Performing Feeling in Cultures of Memory by Bryoni Trezise, in Performance Paradigm (Issue 12)
“Ruined Landscapes and Residual Architecture: Affect and Palimpsest in Trauma Tourism”. in On Ruins and Ruination. Edited by Carl Lavery and Richard Gough. Journal of Performance Research. 20:03, 83-93.
Tom Loeser Retrospective Catalogue Introduction. Museum of Wisconsin Art. West Bend.
“Record of the Time”. in On Time. Edited by Branislav Jakovljevic & Lindsey Mantoan. Journal of Performance Research. 19:3, 10-13.
“Ethical Spaces”. in Death Tourism: Disaster Sites as Recreational Landscape. edited by Brigitte Sion. Calcutta: Seagull Books.
“MisTopian Performance”. with Michael Peterson. in MISperformance—essays in shifting perspectives. edited by Marin Blasevic and Lada Cale Feldman. Ljubljana: Maska.
“Talking in the City”. with Michael Peterson. in Intermediality, Performance and the Public Sphere. Edited by Khalid Amine and George F. Roberson. Collaborative Media International.
“Coming to Terms with Trauma Tourism”. in Visions and Revisions: Performance, Memory, Trauma. edited by Caroline Wake and Briony Trezise. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.
“Mnemonic Objects: Forensic and Rhetorical Practices in Memorial Culture”. in Memory and Postwar Memorials: Confronting the Past as Violence. edited by Marc Silberman and Florence Vatan. London: Palgrave.
“Critical Ingredients in a Free Lunch: Food and the Complex of Generosity in Relational Performance”. with Michael Peterson. Theatre Annual 66 (2013): 68-84.
“Auf zur Traumareise.” Südwind-Magazin. Juni 2013. Nr. 6. Thema: Dark Tourism.
“This comment has been flagged as spam.” Journal of Visual Culture dedicated to the 40th anniversary of the publication of John Berger’s Ways of Seeing.
“What the Jews Do”. In Jews and Performance. Edited by Jill Dolan and Stacy Wolf. TDR. 55:3. Fall.
Co-authored with Leigh Payne. “Trauma Tourism in Latin America”. in Accounting for Violence: Marketing Memory in Latin America. Bilbija and Paine. ed. Durham: Duke.
“Never Again and its Discontents”. On Trauma. Edited by Patrick Duggan and Mick Wallis. Performance Research. 16:01, 69-79.
“Veracity”. Essay and DVD in XI Coloquio de Outono. Estudos Performantivos: Global Performance, Political Performance. Centro de Estudos Humanisticos. Universidade de Minho. Braga. PORTUGAL.
“Misadventure”. Artist Pages. Misperformance. Edited by Lada Čale Feldman, Marin Blažević & Ric Allsopp. Journal of Performance Research 15:02, 50-53.
“Always Already Again: Trauma Tourism and the Politics of Memory Culture”. Encounters: Journal of Tourism and Transnational Studies. Volume 1.
“I see you? Gender and Disability in Avatar”. Co-authored with Lisa Nakamura and Michael Peterson. FlowTV 11.3 (5 February).
“Vampire Politics”. Co-authored with Lisa Nakamura and Michael Peterson. FlowTV 11.3 (4 December).
“Coming to Terms with Trauma Tourism”. After Effects: Performing the Ends of Memory. Performance Paradigm 5.2.
“Shin’s Tricycle”. in The Object Reader. Edited by Fiona Candlin and Rayford Guins. London: Routledge.
Review of Encounters: Performance. Photography. Collaboration by Manuel Vason. Contemporary Theatre Review 18.3 (August).
On Objects. Journal of Performance Research. edited by Laurie Beth Clark. Richard Gough. and Daniel Watts. London: Routledge.
“Veracity”. Blaze: Discourse on Art. Women and Feminism. Frostig and Hamlaka. ed. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press.
“Report from Field Station Number Seven”. A Performance Cosmology: Testimony from the Future. Evidence of the Past. Edited by Christie, Gough, and Watt. London: Routledge.
“Trauma Memorials”. in Place and Performance. Edited by Leslie Hill and Helen Paris. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
“Performing Truth”. The Art of Truthtelling After Authoritarian Rule. Edited by Ksenija Bilbija, JoEllen Fair, and Leigh Payne. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
“Ding Dong School”. Theatre Topics. Fall.
Interview. Guerilla Performance and Multimedia. Leslie Hill and Helen Paris. London: Continuum.
“Geophilia’s Galaxy”. Artists’ Pages. Co-authored with Susan Bernstein. Performance Research. Volume 6. No. 2 (Summer).
“On Pickling”. Artists’ Pages. Co-authored with Li Chiao-Ping, Michael Peterson, and Douglas Rosenberg. in On Cooking. Performance Research. Volume 4. No. 1 (Spring).
Review of Power Pipes by Spiderwoman Theater at the Edgewater Theatre Center in Chicago. High Performance #57 (Spring): 56.