Edited Volumes

Lischer-Katz, Z., & Trammell, A. (Forthcoming, 2017 January). Viewing patterns: Studying  information/iteration/incarnation in media infrastructures. First Monday

Trammell, A., & Lischer-Katz, Z. (2016 July). Views from the cultural turn in game studies. Journal of Games Criticism.


Lischer-Katz, Z. (2017 January). Studying the materiality of media archives in the age of digitization: Forensics, infrastructures and ecologies. First Monday.

Trammell, A., & Lischer-Katz, Z. (2016, July). Introduction to special issue: Considering the sequel to game studies…  Journal of Games Criticism.

Lischer-Katz, Z. (2013, October 22). Archiving until the end of the republic. In Media Res.

Lischer-Katz, Z. (2011, July). Available machines: Remembering the Experimental Television Center, 1969-2011. Moving Image Source.

Conference Proceedings

Lischer-Katz, Z. (2016). Contextualizing digital reformatting in the history of preservation knowledge: Timeline and research directions. Proceedings of iConference 2016 (Philadelphia, PA, March 20-23).

Lischer-Katz, Z. (2014). Digitization as information practice: A case study. Proceedings of iConference 2014 (Berlin, Germany, March 2-7), 1101-1107.

Lischer-Katz, Z. (2014). Considering JPEG2000 for video preservation: A battle for epistemic ground. Proceedings of iConference 2014 (Berlin, Germany, March 2-7), 1056-1065.

Lischer‐Katz, Z. (2012). Conceptualizing emergent archival forms: A case study of the Occupy Wall Street   “archive”. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology Annual Conference, 49(1), 1-3.

Journal Articles in Preparation

Lischer-Katz, Z. (In Preparation). Aleatory printing and the publishing practices of John Cage: Decoding bibliographic codes in the book of M.

Lischer-Katz, Z. (In Preparation). Conceptualizing radical archival gestures within the sociology of knowledge.

Lischer-Katz, Z. (In Preparation). Chronographic apparatuses: The temporality of social media interfaces.

Lischer-Katz, Z. (In Preparation). From dealing with decaying matter to digital errors: The emergence of media digitization in the history of preservation knowledge.

Book Reviews

Lischer-Katz, Z. (2009). Review of S. Higgins (2007), Harnessing the Technicolor rainbow: Color design in the 1930s. The Moving Image, 9(1), 240-243.