Co- editor, Screen Dossier: Stephen Dwoskin, Spring 2016 (co-editor Alison Butler), Oxford University Press, 2016

Garfield, Rachel, “Maximalism as a Cosmopolitan strategy in the art of Ruth Novaczek and Doug Fishbone, special edition Jews on the Move, eds Sander Gilman, Cathy Gelbin European Review of History, Routledge, 2016, European Review Of History: Revue Européenne D'histoire Vol. 23 , Iss. 5-6, pp. 961-977, 2016

“From The Evacuees to Grandma’s House: Class and Jewish Identity on British Television”, chapter anthology, Nathan Abrams (ed.), The Hidden Presence of Jews in British Film and Television,pp. 130-148, 2016

Screen Journal Vol 57, Issue 1 Spring 2016: Dossier: Stephen Dwoskin, co- editor (with Alison Butler),Introduction pp 71-73, contributions from Dan Kidner, Adrian Martin, Henry K Miller, Lucy Reynolds, Oxford Journals, 2016

“Negotiating the British Landscape” Anwar Jalal Shemza, ed Iftikhar Dadi, Ridinghouse, London, pp.19-25, 2015

“Playing with history:Negotiating subjectivity in contemporary lens based art” , chapter anthology, Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Jewish Cultures , Nadia Valman, Laurence Roth eds. pp. 320- 339, Routledge NY, 2015

"Imagining Multicultural London: Containment and Excess in Snatch",European Judaism, Vol 47, No. 2, Autumn 2014, eds. Sue Vice & Axel Staehler, pp 60-68, Berghahn Journals

"Parallel Editing, Multi-Positionality and Maximalism: Cosmopoitan Efects as Explored in Some Art Works by Melanie Jackson and Vivienne Dick" Special Inaugual issue of Open Art Journal, ed, Eleanor Byrne, Berthold Shone, Open University, 2013,ISSN 2050-3679

Anwar Jalal Shemza, Take 2: The British Landscape, Green Cardamom, Sept 2010

Transmission Annual (eds) Michael Corris, Sharon Kivland, Jasper Joseph-Lester, The Strangers, Artwords Press, 2010, pp 162-173

Rocket to the Moon, review of Kutlug Ataman film for the publication Art Monthly,No 334, March 2010, P33, ISSN 01426702

"A Particular Incoherence: Some Films by Vivienne Dick",chapter moonograph,Between Truth and Fiction, The Films of Vivienne Dick, (ed Treasa O’Brian), Crawford Art Centre/Lux publication, 2009, pp. 39-48 ISBN 0-9548569-8-8

Art Monthly, book review, ‘Modern Art Culture’ Francis Frascina (ed), Routledge, 2009, No 331 Nov 09, p 34, ISSN 01426702

"l’Encyclopédie Noveaux Médias, Centre Pompidou", Paris, Museum Geneva, Switzerland., commissioned text on Zineb Sedira, 2008

Speaking with forked tongue: Keith Piper, Luxonline, http://www.luxonline.org.uk/artists/keith_piper/essay(1).htm,l, 2008

‘Questioning Perceptions of Jewish Identity in the work of Ary Stillman’,Ary Stillman: From Impressionism to Abstract Expressionism, (ed) James Wechsler, chapter monograph, Wechsler, James (ed), Merrell, NY, 2008, pp149 – 163, ISBN 9781858944333

In Our World: New Photography in Britain, (ed) Phillipo Maggia, Skira Photopraphy Italy, 2008, p 72, ISBN 9788861307810

Art History, 30:5 2007, “A Bifurcated History (And so it goes on)”, review of Lisa Bloom, Ghosts of Ethnicity, pp 785-791, ISSN 0141-6790

Journal of Media Practice Articulating a Position Through Research; The Practice Led PhD, A case Study, Journal paper, Autumn 2007, Vol 8.2, pp.221-234. ISSN 1468-2753

"Radical Uncertainty and Elegaic Practices" Aftershock: Conflict and Resolution in Contemporary Art, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, catalogue essay (artists in exhibition include – Alfredo Jaar; Atlas Group; Simon Norfolk amongst others), ISBN 9780946009558

Avinash Chandra: A Reappraisal, catalogue essay for Chandra exhibition at Osbourne Samuel Fine Art, 2006

Axis web Dialogue, “on practice as research”, April 06

Third Text, Garfield, Rachel, “Towards a Re-articulation of Cultural Identity: Problematising the Jewish Subject in Art” Third Text 78, Volume 20, issue 1, January 2006, pp 99-108, ISBN 0415 405025

Beyond Identity: New Directions In Visual Art And Culture Critical Debates, in conversation with Prof. Amelia Jones at the Victoria and Albert Museum

Future Forecast/Curated Spaces: Artists Strategies and Intervention, contributor to publication, ed. Manick Govinda, a-n The Artists Information Company, ISBN 0 907730 61 2

‘In Place of Paralysis’, Rachel Garfield and John Timberlake, Out of Conflict: Catherine Elwes and Cornford and Cross, Artsway publications, 2004, ISBN: 0 954393031

Variant, Issue 19, Spring 2004, 'Video purified of television: On why video art wants to be boring', Beech & Beagles, Variant no. 18

http://www.variant.org.uk/18texts/18videobore.html A response from Rachel Garfield and John Timberlake–ISSN –0954-8815

Out-Of-Place; Elia Alba and Cynthia Grieg, Catalogue essay, Focal Point Gallery, University of Hertfordshire Galleries Publication, 2003, pp.2-6, ISBN –1-898543-72-0

Flash Art, Zineb Sedira, No 232, October 2000

The Jewish Quarterly, R.Garfield, ‘Oreet Ashery: Transgressing the Sacred’, No. 186pgs.11-13, ISSN 1361 7699

Third Text, R.Garfield, ‘Ali G: A Response To Ali Nobel Ahmad’, 57 Autumn 2001, pp87-89 ISSN 0952-8822

Oreet Ashery: Transgressing the Sacred, R.Garfield, in CD Rom: ‘Alter Ego’ as catalogue for exhibition, curated by Wibke Behrens, Berlin, 2002

everything magazine, R.Garfield, interview with 'City Racing', vol. 3 (4), ISSN 1361 7699.

Third Text, 'Ali G: Just Who Does He Think He Is', R.Garfield, vol. 54, Spring 2001,pp.63-70, ISSN 0952-8822

everything magazine, R.Garfield, book review 'See Marx for Details', vol. 3 (3), pp.55-56, ISSN 1361 7699

The Jewish Quarterly, R.Garfield, 'Ali G: Just Who Does He Think He Is', winter 2000, Number 180 pp.69-72, ISSN 1361 7699

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