‘Ephemeral Modernisms, Transnational Lives: Reconstructing Avant-Garde Performance in Bucharest’ in Journal of Romanian Studies, vol. 2 (1) (2020), 9-34. Find it here.

‘Myth, Making, and Modernity: The Academy of Decorative Arts and Design Education in Bucharest’ in Caietele Avangardei, published by the Romanian National Literature Museum, no. 12 (2018), 96-107. Find it here.

‘The Magical and the Mechanical: M. H. Maxy, Iacob Sternberg and the Bukarester Idishe Theater Studio’ in Revista de istorie a evreilor din România, published by the Centre for the Study of Jewish History in Romania, no. 2 (18) (2017), 162-170. Find it here.

‘Fedor Lopukhov and The Bolt’ in Studies in Theatre and Performance, special edition in collaboration with the Victoria & Albert Museum, vol. 36, no. 3 (2016), 242-256. Find it here.

Journal Articles

‘Dada is the Best Paying Concern of the Day: Consumer Culture, Performativity, and the Avant-Garde in Romania in Cannibalizing the Canon: Dada Techniques in East-Central Europe, edited by Oliver A. I. Botar, Irina M. Denischenko, Gábor Dobó, and Merse Pál Szeredi (Leiden: Brill, 2024). Find it here.

'Aspects of Avant-Garde Theatre in Romania'; 'Jewish Avant-Garde Theatre in Bucharest'; ‘A Carnival of Eclecticism: Form as Synthesis in Avant-Garde Performance' in A Lexicon of the Central-Eastern European Interwar Theatre Avant-Garde, edited by Dariusz Kosiński (Warsaw; Aberystwyth: Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute and Performance Research Books, 2024). Find it here.

‘Berlin, Bauhaus, Bucharest. Re-Making Modernism in the Global Peripheries’ in Historical Narratives of Global Modern Art, eds. Irina D. Costache and Clare Kunny (New York: Routledge, 2023). Find it here.

‘Romanian Modernism and the Perils of the Peripheral’ in Borders of Modernism, edited by Massimiliano Tortora and Annalisa Volpone (Perugia: Morlacchi Editore, University of Perugia, 2019). Find it here.

Chapters in Books

Entries for Heinrich Fischer-Galați, Ana-Melania Brun-Maxy and M.H. Maxy, Léonide Massine, Charlotte von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy and Paul von Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Ion Minulescu, and Krikor H. Zambaccian in The Modern Art Index Project, an online reference tool published by the Leonard A. Lauder Research Center for Modern Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Read them here.

Entry for Iacob Sternberg in Heralds of the New Order, ed. Przemysław Strożek (Warsaw: Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute, 2019), part of an exhibition and publication project on politically engaged theatre practitioners presented during the 2019 Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space.

Reference Entries

Web-Based Publications

‘Cultural Policy: International Best Practices in the Visual Arts’, a report and database commissioned by the Scottish Contemporary Arts Network, January 2018. Read them here.