2016

“Gendered Modernity in Cambodia: The Rise of Women in the Music Industry.” Khmer Scholar Journal, September 2016

LinDa Saphan, Michelle Salas and Rozario Cathleen, “« Bryant Park, New York: Strangers in Public Spaces.” » Streetnotes, September 2016

2015

“Don’t Think I’ve forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll, film study guide for college students and faculty, Spring 2015, Argot Pictures.

From Cambodia with Love. Booklet. Atlanta, GA: Dust to Digital, May 2015.

“From Modern Rock to Postmodern Hard Rock: Cambodian Alternative Music Voices.” Ethnic Studies Review 35, nos. 1 & 2 (spring 2015): 23–40.

2014

Contributor to Troubling Borders: An Anthology of Art and Literature by Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora, eds Isabelle Thuy Pelaud, Lan Duong, Mariam B. Lam, and Kathy L. Nguyen, University of Washington Press, Seattle.   Buy the book here

2013

"Norodom Sihanouk and the political agenda of Cambodian Music, 1955-9170", International Institut Asian Studies Newsletter, Newsletter 64, Summer 2013, Leiden, p4-5

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2010 La vie sociale des espaces publics à Phnom Penh, Sarrebuck, Editions Universitaires Européennes, 412 pages.

2009 “Cambodian Emerging Curatorial Art Practice” in The Mekong Art and Culture Project Journal, Bangkok.

2008 “Art in Contemporary Phnom Penh” in South Asia Journal for the Study of Visual Culture, Colombo Institute for the Advanced Study of Society and Culture, Editor in Chief Sasanka Perera, University of Colombo, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

2007 “Trottoirs à louer: le paysage urbain de Phnom Penh”, Living Capital: Sustaining Diversity in Southeast Asian Cities, editors AbdouMaliq Simone, Kate Frieson and Penny Edwards, Phnom Penh, CKS Publishing.

2006 “Visual Arts Open”, New York Art Magazine, January-February 2006 issue, New York. “Emergence”, New York Art Magazine, January-February 2006 issue, New York. “Lettre Filmée” a filmed postcard about the The representation of the Artist in Asia, 20 minutes color with filmmaker Christine Bouteiller.

2004 “Les vatts en banlieue parisienne” in Le Paris Asie, 150 ans de présence de la Chine, de l'Indo-Chine, du Japon dans la capitale, editors Pascal Blanchard, Eric Deroo, Paris, La Découverte, 221 pages.