2016    "Books and Museum Treats for Art Lovers," by Roberta Smith, Randy Kennedy, and Ted Loos. The New York Times. The New York Times, 24 Nov. 2016.

            "Thirty Years On, Colab Members Assess Their Successes and Failures," by Tiernan Morgan. Hyperallergic. N.p., 11 May 2016. "Books and Museum Treats for Art Lovers,"

            "Gang of New York: Printed Matter Revisits the Colab Group in a New Book," by Andrew Russeth, ARTnews. 15 April

2015     “Images of War, Re-Photographed and Transformed,” by Joseph Nechvatal. Hyperallergic. 13 March

2014      “Fragments: The Work of Julie Harrison” (download "text only" here), Joseph Nechvatal, Wekalet Behna, Alexandria Egypt, December 2014.  

2013     “Inside the New Museum’s ‘XFR STN’ Lab: Liberating Art From Obsolete Media,” Kyle Petreycik, Animal, September 10

            “Video: Making the Old New Again at the New Museum,” Vanessa Yurkevich, Blouin Art Info August 15

            “Preserving That Great Performance: XFR STN Offers a Digital Update at the New Museum,” Melena Ryzik, New York Times, August 11

           “Inside the New Museum’s Vast, Beautiful, and Totally Insane Digitization Project,” Zach Schonfeld, The Atlantic Wire, July 26

2012    “Artists of the world, unite!” Jungle Julie, blog by Julie Harrison. “I had a brief encounter on Mohamed Mahmoud Street near Tahrir Square, with what became my most treasured experience. ... It’s an ephemeral art, one that comes and goes depending on the Egyptian government .

            “Times Square Show Revisted,” Robert Pincus-Witten, ARTFORUM, December 2012. 

2011    “Art After 9/11,” by Julie Harrison. M/E/A/N/I/N/G: A Journal of Contemporary Art Issues, 25th Anniversary Edition, edited by Mira Schor and Susan Bee. November (download M/E/A/N/I/N/G_2011.pdf

 2004    “Art & Technology,” by Julie Harrison. ISSA Review, Stevens Institute of Technology, 2004. “Art istechnology. Since the Lascaux cave paintings, visual art has served to represent, signify and communicate. Like language itself ... (for the complete article, download JulieHarrison Art&Tech2.pdf)

2002    “Debtor’s Prison,” Joe Elliot, Journal of Artists Books, November

           “Debtor’s Prison,” Denise Bazzett, New Pages Reviews,

1994    “Art of the Future,” Morning Sun, Mt. Pleasant Mi., March

            “Hi-tech Exhibition. . . ,” Central Michigan Life, Kristine Alexander, March

1993    “Harrison Named. . . ,” Central Michigan Life, Raymer, June

            “Mixed Media,” Directions, Carol Tanis, December

1990    “Non Print Views,” Choice, P.D. Turner, March

            “Let’s Talk About Sex,” Village Voice, Amy Taubin, July 10

            “---,” Booklist, Nancy McCray, October

1989    “New Resources,” Information From Health

            “Nonprint Materials,” Library Journal, Judith Kessee

            “Positive Images,” Booklist, Nancy McCray

1987     Introduction to Visual Literacy, Deborah Curtiss, illus.

1985    “Eye on the Vid,” John Richardson, The Albuquerque Tribune, December

            “In & Out of Production,” Mary Guzzy, The Independent. illus., October

            “Independent’s Day,” Ellin Stein, Video Times, September

            “Tubal Rites,” Kathleen Hulser, Journal of the CAA, unpub.

1984    “Video as Canvas #2,” Ann Sargent-Wooster, The Village Voice

            “Healthy Glow Proof,” Toronto Globe & Mail, September

1983    “Passages at the E.T.C.,” Shalom Gorewitz, The Independent Magazine

             “Hi-Tech Myth/Unreal Doc,” Ann Sargent-Wooster, The Village Voice

             “From the Somber to the Hilarious,” Jack Hitt, The Villager

1982     “Hi-Tech,” Ann Sargent-Wooster, The Village Voice

             “High Tech in Lower Manhattan, C. Blaine, Video Guide, Canada

             “Festival laat de vooruitgang van video zien,” Peter van Vueren, De Volkskrant, Amsterdam

1981     “Stream Inc Presents a Double Matinee,” Jack Anderson, The New York Times

             “Expression Thru the Television Media,” M. Gulachok, Focus, Owego, NY

1979     “The March of Time,” Noel Carroll, Soho Weekly News, NYC 1979