Workshop at DocsForum, DocsMX film festival, Mexico City, October 20, 2016
interview with Dominique Chateau and José Moure, in Screens (Amsterdam University Press, 2016)
in Black Camera 6:2 (Spring 2015), special issue on John Akomfrah, ed. Matthias de Groof and Stephanie Symons
in Film-Philosophy, 20 (2015), “A World of Cinemas” special issue, ed. David Martin-Jones
On haptic and optical visuality in Andalusian ceramics, in "Gazing Otherwise," special issue of Muqarnas edited by Olga Bush and Avinoam Shalem (2015)
Paragraph, special issue, “Screening Embodiment,” ed. Nicholas Chare and Liz Watkins (2015)
in Uncommon Grounds: New Media and Visual Practice in the Middle East and North Africa, ed. Anthony Downey (I.B. Tauris, 2014)
in The Oxford Handbook of Sound and Image in Digital Media, ed. Amy Herzog, John Richardson and Carol Vernallis (Oxford UP, 2014)
in Entautomatisierung [Deautomatization], ed. Annette Brauerhoch et al. (Paderborn, Germany: Wilhelm Fink, 2013)
talk at “The Secret Life of Plants,” IHUM, Princeton University, May 3, 2013
in Islam and the Politics of Culture in Europe, ed. Frank Peter, Sarah Dornhof, and Elena Arigita (Transcript-Verlag Press, 2013)
in Deleuze and Race, ed. Arun Saldhana and Jason Michael Adams (Edinburgh University Press, 2013)
Technology and Desire: The Transgressive Art of Moving Images, ed. Rania Gaafar and Martin Schulz (Karlsruhe: ZKM and London: Intellect Books, 2013), 151-161
Program at the Museum of Anthropology, Vancouver, September 2013
Three programs at SFU Woodward's, Vancouver, November 2013
Takes Leibniz and Whitehead on a tour of Mireille Kassar's "Landscape or, Vision" at Agial Gallery, Beirut
Millennium Film Journal 55 (Spring 2012): 14-23
Review of Art Dubai 2012
Catalogue essay, Spectral Imprints, ed. Nat Muller, Abraaj Capital Art Prize, 2012
Talk at the Center for Religion and Media, NYU, November 2011
in Animation 6:3, special issue on documentary (November 2011): 245-262.
Keynote talk at "Connect, Continue, Create," third Deleuze Studies conference, Amsterdam, July 2010
Chapter One of Enfoldment and Infinity: An Islamic Genealogy of New Media Art (2010)
in Cinema at the Periphery, ed. Dina Iordanova, David Martin-Jones and Belén Vidal, 2010
Video of a 2010 lecture to the Humanities Institute, Simon Fraser University
in The Object Reader, ed. Fiona Candlin and Raiford Guins (New York: Routledge, 2009), 503-505.
An iteration of enfolding-unfolding aesthetics, published in Screen's 50th anniversary special issue, 2009.
in Place Studies in Art, Media, Science and Technology: Historical Investigations on the Sites and the Migration of Knowledge, ed. Andreas Broeckmann and Gunalan Nadarajan. VDG Weimar, 2008
On atomism and the minimal part in the ninth and twentieth centuries. In Third Text special issue on Media Arts: Practice, Institutions and Histories, 2009.
Proximal sense experience may be a vehicle of knowledge, beauty and even ethics. In Paragraph, 2008, special issue on cinema and the senses, ed. Emma Wilson.
The first publication of the research that gave rise to Enfoldment and Infinity. Leonardo 39:1, February 2006.
On the humane atomism of Mohamed Soueid's Civil War trilogy. In Jump Cut, 2007.
In the age of hyper-mediation, how can we have our own experience? In Fluid Screens/Expanded Cinema, ed. Susan Lord and Janine Marchessault. University of Toronto, 2006.
The new cinema of the desert is set on the asphalt: on Arab road movies. Published in Landscape and Film, ed. Martin Lefebvre. Routledge, 2006.
An interactive essay produced in collaboration with designer Raegan Kelly in Vectors: Journal of Culture and Technology in a Dynamic Vernacular, 2006.
On cultivating non-verbal intellectual work in the university. In Intermedialités, 2005.
For a special issue of Camera Obscura on women and video, a study of creativity and constraints in contemporary videomaking in Beirut. 2003.
in Lux: A Decade of Artist Film and Video, ed. Steve Reinke and Tom Taylor, 2000
in The End of Cinema as We Know It, ed. Jon Lewis, 2000
Testing C.S. Peirce's semiotics and Deleuze's cinematic philosophy on Lebanese experimental documentary. In The Brain Is the Screen: Gilles Deleuze's Cinematic Philosophy, ed. Gregory Flaxman (2000).
Millennium Film Journal, 34 (Autumn 1999)
Screen 39:4 (Winter 1998): 331-348.
in “Cinéma et mélancholie,” ed. Denise Pérusse and Denis Bellemare,.Cinémas (Fall 1997): 93-112.
in “Ethics,” ed. Roberto Bedoya, special issue of Framework, 1995
Screen 34:3 (Autumn 1994). 244-264.