• “Imagery of Destruction and Reconstruction: Giuseppe de Nittis’ forthright approach to Post-Commune Paris,” Konsthistorisk tidskrift LXVII (1998): 157-173.
  • “Measuring the Temper of her Time: Joan of Arc in the 1870s and 1880s,” Konsthistorisk tidskrift LXVIII (1999): 117-125.
  • “Monuments to Prior Glory: The Foreign Perspective on Post-Commune Paris,” Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte 62 (1999): 512-526.
  • “Spatial Engineer: The Role of Italian artist Giuseppe de Nittis in the development of Cityscape Imagery in the late 19th century.” Van Gogh Museum Journal (1999): 94-103.
  • “Italian Artists in Paris in the Late Nineteenth Century and the Establishment of La Polenta,” Storia dell’Arte 97 (2000): 131-138.
  • “William Holman Hunt’s Portrait of Fanny: Inspiration for the artist in the late 1860s.”  Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte 65 (2002): 232-241.
  • “Jealousy or genuine fear of contamination: Critical peer reaction to the assimilation of Italian artists in Paris in the late nineteenth century,” Studi di Storia dell’Arte 15 (2005): 227-336.
  • “Constructing an Image: The Development of La Vie Moderne in Third Republic Paris,” Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte 69 (2006): 109-114.
  • “Reviving the Rococo: Enterprising Italian artists in Second Empire Paris,” Art History 28 (2005): 341-356.
  • “Restoring Guillaume Coustou’s Samuel Bernard to its Baroque Heritage: An argument for formal analysis,” Studi di Storia dell’Arte 17 (2006): 1-12.
  • “Conceiving the Child: British illustrator Kate Greenaway’s determining influence on the graphic work of Mary Cassatt,” Aurora 7 (2006): 19-34.
  • “Framing the Present for Posterity: The Synergy of Early Photography and the Painted Cityscape in Third Republic Paris,” The Journal of Architecture 11 (November 2006): 559-568.
  • “Servants to patronage, witnesses to change: Italian artists abroad and the modern cityscape,” Visual Resources 23 (2007): 183-202.
  • “Victor Burgin’s meaningful cityscape and the legacy of socially-responsive narrative view painting,” Journal of Visual Arts Practice 7 (2008): 57-73.
  • “The Search for a Story: George Lukàcs’ “Narrate or Describe?” and the Parisian Cityscape,” Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte 73 (2010): 99-114
  • J.D. Kirszenbaum (1900-1954): The Lost Generation—A Journey from Staszow to Paris via Weimar, Berlin and Rio de Janiero, Somogy-Editions d’Art, Paris, 2013.
  • “The Restoration of Loss:  J.D. Kirszenbaum’s exploration of personal displacement,” Ars Judaica 14 (2014): 69-92.
  • Book Review. Nadine Nieszawer, with Claude Lanzmann (pref.), and Deborah Princ, Arthur Princ, Boris Princ, Marie Boyé Taillan, and Paul Fogel. Artistes Juifs de l’École de Paris 1905–1939. Paris: Somogy Éditions d’Art, 2015 in Images: A Journal of Jewish Art and Visual Culture. Vol. 10 (2017).