See also my list of films.
Ni vu ni connu (French translation of Hide and Seek). Brussels: Zones Sensibles.
Hide and Seek: Camouflage, Photography and the Media of Reconnaissance. New York: Zone Books.
Editor, with a new introduction, William Temple Hornaday's The Extermination of the American Bison. Washington D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, .
"Digital Histories of Disaster" (co-authored with Lisa Onaga) Technology and Culture 56 (January 2016).
"Shoddy Heap: A Material History Between Waste and Manufacture" in History and Technology 30:4 (Spring): 374-394.
"Technologist-Historian: Data Visualization Meets the Archive" in Technology and Culture 55 (January): 204-208. Co-authored with Alex Wellerstein.
"Films in the Archive: The Prelinger Collection and Hollywood in Detroit" in Technology and Culture 55 (July): 711-715.
"Beyond Words: Audio-Visual Media in the History of Technology" in Technology and Culture 55 (April): 477-478.
"Ciné-History and Experiments on Film" in Journal of Visual Culture 11 (Winter): 288-306.
"Blind: The Phenomenology of Camouflage" in Sensate: A Journal for Experiments in Critical Media Practice (December): peer-reviewed online publication.
"Locomotion in Water" Journal of Short Film (Spring): peer-reviewed DVD publication.
"The Crucial Moment of Photographic Deception: Abbott Handerson Thayer's Law of Protective Coloration," Cabinet 33 (Spring 2009): 17-30.
"Textile Skin: Lives and Afterlives of the Social Fabric," Transition 96 (Fall 2006): 151-163. (Featured in Wilson Quarterly and Chronicle of Higher Education.)
"Casting Life, Recasting Experience: Bernard Palissy's Occupation between Maker and Nature." Configurations 12 (Winter 2004): 1-40.
"A Global History of Secondhand Clothing" in Spreadable Media: Creating Value and Meaning in a Networked Culture, Henry Jenkins, Sam Ford, and Joshua Green, ed. (New York: NYU Press, 2013), peer-reviewed online publication.
"Earthworks: The Ceramic Display of Natural Knowledge in Clay," in Materials and Expertise in Early Modern Europe, Ursula Klein and Emma Spary, ed. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press), pp. 50-70.
"Things Under Water: Etienne-Jules Marey's Aquarium Laboratory and Cinema's Assembly," in Dingpolitik: Atmospheres of Democracy, Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel, ed. (Cambridge: MIT Press), pp. 326-332.
"Skin Deep: Taxidermy, Embodiment and Extinction" in The Past, Present and Future of Natural History: Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, A. Leviton, ed. (San Francisco: California Academy of Sciences, 2004), pp. 88-112.