“Vital Signs: 21st-Century Institutions for Photography in Africa.” Erin Haney and Jennifer Bajorek. The African Photographic Archive: Research and Curatorial Strategies. Ed. Christopher Morton and Darren Newbury (forthcoming, Bloomsbury, 2015).

C’est une période de transformation fébrile…/These are transformative and nervous times….” Erin Haney and Jennifer Bajorek. Bilingual in French and English. Africultures 88 (2012): 50-57. http://www.africultures.com/php/index.php?nav=article&no=11065  

“Guggenheim’s MAP: Where is the rest of Africa?” Jennifer Bajorek and Erin Haney. Africa Is a Country blog, April 25, 2012. http://africasacountry.com/guggenheims-map-where-is-the-rest-of-africa/

“Invisible Borders: Trans-African Photography Project.” Jennifer Bajorek and Erin Haney. Review of “Invisible Borders” at the New Museum Triennial, February 15-April 22, 2012. Galerie du Jeu de Paume blog, April 18, 2012. http://lemagazine.jeudepaume.org/blogs/shelleyrice/2012/04/18/invisible-borders-trans-african-photography-project/

“Interview on the Bamako African Photography Biennial.” Jennifer Bajorek and Erin Haney interviewed by Simon Dawes. TCS blog, January 27, 2011. http://theoryculturesociety.org/interview-with-jennifer-bajorek-and-erin-haney-on-bamako/

“Eye on Bamako: Conversations on the African Photography Biennial.” Erin Haney and Jennifer Bajorek. Theory, Culture and Society. Vol. 27, Nos. 7-8 (2010): 263-284.

“Beyond the Biennial: Bamako at 15 Years.” Jennifer Bajorek and Erin Haney. Commissioned by Autograph, Association of Black Photographers, for a special issue of the Autograph ABP newspaper on the Rencontres de Bamako, January 2010. http://www.autograph-abp-shop.co.uk/newspapers/recontres-de-bamako

*[Republished: Johannesburg Workshop in Theory and Criticism blog, March 26, 2010.] http://jhbwtc.blogspot.com/2010_03_26_archive.html

“Rencontres de Bamako.” Jennifer Bajorek and Erin Haney. Aperture 200 (Fall 2010): 74-76.