Explore a selection of Marita Sturken’s articles:

The Objects that Lived: The 9/11 Museum and Material Transformation
Memory Studies 9.1 (2016), 13-26. pdf >

The 9/11 Memorial Museum and the Remaking of Ground Zero
American Quarterly 67.2 (June 2015), 471-90. pdf >

Facebook Photography and the Demise of Kodak and Polaroid
in Images, Ethics, and Technology, edited by Sharrona Pearl and Barbie Zelizer. New York: Routledge, 2015, 94-110. pdf >

Seeing the Temperature in Weather Media
International Journal of Communication 8 (2014), 25, 22-24. pdf >

Feeling the Nation, Mining the Archive: Reflections on Lauren Berlant’s Queen of America
Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies, Spring 2013. pdf >

September 11 and Human Rights
(with Katherine Hite) Huffington Post, September 2012. Link >

Image Wars, May 2012. Link >

AIDS Activist Legacies and the Gran Fury of the Past/Present
E-misferica, 9.1-9.2, Summer 2012. Link >

Mourning the Arrested Memory of 9/11
Social Science Research Council Forum, Ten Years after September 11. Link >

Comfort, Irony, and Trivialization: The Mediation of Torture
International Journal of Cultural Studies (Special Issue in Tribute to Roger Silverstone) (2011), 1-18. pdf >

Seeing, Counting, Taking Time: Memory and the Iraq War
E-misferica, 7.2, Winter 2010. Link >

Tent City Geography
E-misferica 7.1, Summer 2010. Link >

The Politics of Commerce: Shepard Fairey and the New Cultural Entrepreneurship
With Sarah Banet-Weiser, in Blowing Up the Brand, edited by Melissa Aronczyk and Devon Powers. New York: Peter Lang, 2010, 263-83. pdf >

The New Aesthetics of Patriotism
Journal of Visual Culture 8.2 (Fall 2009), 168-72. pdf >

Memory, Consumerism, and Media: Reflections on the Emergence of the Field
Memory Studies 1.1 (January 2008), 73-78. pdf >

Roger and (Me)dia
International Journal of Communication, 2007 (with Dana Polan). pdf >

Weather Media and Homeland Security: Selling Preparedness in a Volatile World
Social Science Research Forum Perspectives From the Social Sciences, 2005 Link >

The Aesthetics of Absence: Rebuilding Ground Zero
American Ethnologist, 31.3 (August 2004), 311-25. pdf >

Mobilities of Time and Space: Technologies of the Modern and the Postmodern
in Technological Visions: The Hopes and Fears that Shape New Technology, edited by Marita Sturken, Douglas Thomas, and Sandra J. Ball-Rokeach. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2004, 71-91. pdf >

Television Vectors and the Making of a Media Event: The Helicopter, The Freeway Chase, and National Memory
in Reality Squared: Televisual Discourse on the Real, edited by James Friedman. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2002, 185-202. pdf >

Desiring the Weather: El Niño, the Media, and California Identity
Public Culture, 13.2 (Spring 2001): 161-89. pdf >

The Image as Memorial: Personal Photographs in Cultural Memory
The Familial Gaze, edited by Marianne Hirsch. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1999: 178-95. pdf >

The Remembering of Forgetting: Recovered Memory and the Question of Experience
Social Text, 57 (Winter 1998): 103-25. pdf >

Reenactment, Fantasy, and the Paranoia of History: Oliver Stone’s Docudramas
History and Theory: Studies in the Philosophy of History 3.4 (December 1997): 64-79. pdf >

The Absent Images of Memory: Remembering and Reenacting the Japanese Internment
Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique 5.3 (Winter 1997): 687-707. pdf >

Conversations With the Dead: Bearing Witness in the AIDS Memorial Quilt
Tangled Memories: The Vietnam War, The AIDS Epidemic, and the Politics of Remembering (University of California Press, 1997). pdf >

The Wall and the Screen Memory: The Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Tangled Memories: The Vietnam War, The AIDS Epidemic, and the Politics of Remembering (University of California Press, 1997). pdf >