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Zimmermann, Patricia R.. States of Emergency: Documentaries, Wars, Democracies. University of Minnesota Press, 2000.
Zimmermann, Patricia R.. "NAMAC Conference Keynote Address - States of Emergency." Main (1999).
Zimmermann, Patricia R.. De-Fantasizing the Profession and Re-Public-izing Cinemas or Holding on to the Real. Society for Cinema Studies Plenary Address, 2000.
Wooster, Ann-Sargent. Reach Out and Touch Someone: The Romance of Interactivity. Bay Area Video Coalition, 1990.
Goss, Carol. Driven to Abstraction., 1998.
Hill, Chris. Attention! Production! Audience!: Performing Video in its First Decade, 1968-1980.. Chicago: Video Data Bank, 1995.
Knecht, John. Motion: An Exhibition of Essentialist Film and Video. The 58th Exhibition of Central New York Artists, Edited by John Knecht. Utica, NY: Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, 1999.
Hocking, Ralph. Motion: An Exhibition of Essentialist Film and Video. - Artist Statement. Utica, NY: Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, 1999.
Supanick, Jim. "Quest for What: Video by the HalfLifers." Film Comment (1999).
Darke, Chris. "Chris Petit and Iain Sinclair Asylum." Film Comment (2000).
Chang, Chris. "Trent Harris: Beaver Trilogy." Film Comment (2000).
Chang, Chris. "Discovery: Miranda July Renaissance Riot Grrrl." Film Comment (2000).
Sjolander, Ture. Selected Articles Concerning the Works of Ture Sjolander., 2000.
Milano, Susan. Women's Video Festival - Introduction., 1976.
Hall, David. Early Video Art: A look at a Controversial History from Diverse Practices: A Critical Reader on British Video Art , edited by Julia Knight. Arts Council of England and John Libbey, 1996.
Dietrich, Frank. The Computer: A Tool for Thought-Experiments. Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah, Department of Communication, undated.
Geever, Martha. "New York Media Group Spins Its Reels in Rochester." Afterimage (1983).
Furlong, Lucinda. "Tracking Video Art: Image Processing as a Genre." Art Journal (1985).
Furlong, Lucinda. "Television/Society/Art symposium, The Kitchen." Afterimage (1981).
Cavaliere, Barbara. "Concepts in Performance: Taka Iimura." Soho Weekly News (1979).
Collins, Dan. "Electronic Linguistics: Taka Iimura." ArtWeek 11, no. 41 (1980).
Iimura, Takahiko. Annotations 3--Frequencies: Investigations into Culture, History and Technology: Identity in the Video of Takahiko Iimura. London: Institute of International Visual Arts, 1998.
Chin, Daryl. "The Video Art of Takahiko Iimura." FILM AND VIDEO: Takahiko Iimura (1990).
Hanhardt, John. Taka Iimura's "I=YOU=HE/SHE". NY, NY: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1979.
Iimura, Takahiko. "Talking to Myself: Phenomenological Operation." Anthology Film Archives Notes (1990).
Kite, Laddy. "Video Conference Held at Albany." Afterimage (1974).
Sturken, Marita. "Out of Sync: Electronic Visions at the Hudson River Museum." Afterimage (1983).
Sturken, Marita. The Politics of Video Memory: Electronic Erasures and Inscriptions from Resolutions: Contemporary Video Practices. University of Minnesota Press, 1996.
Grant, Roberta. "Ralph Hocking and the Experimental Television Center." Videoscope 1, no. 2 (1977).