Improbable Visions: The Archive Imperative in Contemporary Filipino American Photography and Video (under contract)
Queering Contemporary Asian American Art, co-edited with Laura Kina (University of Washington Press, expected May 2017)
“Sea, Land, and Air, and the Center for Art and Thought,” co-authored with Clare Counihan and Sarita See (forthcoming in Verge: Studies in Global Asias, 2017): 26-34.
“Queer Reconfigurations: Bontoc Eulogy and Marlon Fuentes’s Archive Imperative,” positions: asia critique, Volume 24, Issue 4 (2016): 727-759.
“Stephanie Syjuco ‘Blows Up’ the Black Market Series,” Wasafiri: International Contemporary Writing, Volume 28, Issue 3 (2013): 24-33.
“Filipino Diasporic Queer Killjoy: Recuperating Failure in Jeffrey Augustine Songco’s Guilty Party and BOMH Series” in Queering Contemporary Asian American Art, eds. Laura Kina and Jan Christian Bernabe, University of Washington Press (expected publication May 2017).
“Queer Camouflage as Survival, Presence, and Expressive Capital in the Postcolonial Artwork of Kiam Marcelo Junio” in The Postcolonial World, eds. Joytsna Singh and David Kim, Routledge Press (2016): 134-149.
Book Review: Photography, Film, and the African American Experience: Making a Promised Land: Harlem in 20th-Century Photography and Film by Paula J. Massood; Bearing Witness from Another Place: James Baldwin in Turkey, with the foreword by Charles Johnson; One Shot: A Selection of Photographs by Reuben V. Burrell edited by Vanessa Thaxton-Ward (2013). International Review of African American Art Plus
Book Review: In the Eyes of the Muses: Selections from the Clark Atlanta University Art Collections (2012). International Review of African American Art Plus
“Visual Artists Series: Jan Bernabe – Photography Collection” in Tayo Literary Magazine, ed. Melissa Sipin et. al. (Los Angeles: Tayo, 2015): 82-83.
Eds. Jan Christian Bernabe, et al., Migrant Musicians: Filipino Entertainers and the Work of Making Music (Durham, NC: Horse & Buggy Press/CA+T, 2013)
“Techniques: Contemporary Asian American Time-Based Art — Sita Kuratomi Bhaumik, Kat Larson, and Gina Osterloh,” in Trifold for Techniques exhibition (Walla Walla: Whitman College—Sheehan Gallery, 2011)
“Archival Heaves: Im/mobilizing Icons and Bodies in the Paintings of John Yoyogi Fortes,” in Out of the Archives: Process and Progress. Eds., Angel Shaw and Sarita See. (New York: Asian American Arts Centre, 2009): 24-37.
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