Year Title Status
2023 “Neurotic Stars and Spellbound Viewers: Popular Psychoanalysis in Silent-Era Photoplay” Accepted for publication
2020 “Early Cinema and the Emergence of Television: An Archaeology of Intertwined Media” Accepted for publication
2019 “The Post Media Condition, circa 1885: Media Theory and the Archaeology of Television” In press

Books and Anthologies

Year Title Publisher
2020 “Media Archaeology,” coedited with Erkki Huhtamo, special issue of Early Popular Visual Culture Routledge
2020 Seeing by Electricity: The Emergence of Television, 1878-1939 Duke University Press
2018 Corporeality in Early Cinema Indiana University Press
2016 Early Television Historiographies, special issue of Journal of E-Media Studie (2016) Dartmouth College

Journal Articles

Year Title Journal
2022 Screen decorum: Silent Hollywood and neoclassical concepts of acting Necsus_European Journal of Media Studies
2021 “Unreal Time: A Conversation on Film Theory, Media Historiography, and the Scales of Pandemic Catastrophe,” coauthored with Mary Ann Doane Framework
2020 “A Conversation with Henry Jenkins,” (Autumn 2020) Necsus
2020 “The Pasts and Prospects of Media Archaeology,” coauthored with Erkki Huhtamo Early Popular Visual Culture
2019 Book Review: “Bright Signals: A History of Color Television,” 32 (July 2019). Cinéma & Cie
2016 “Introduction: Early Television Historiographies” Journal of E-Media Studies
2016 Public Television: Beginnings and Endings. Elihu Katz in conversation with Doron Galili Journal of E-Media Studies
2016 “Television in the Cinema Before 1939: An International Annotated Database” co-authored with Richard Koszarski Journal of E-Media Studies
2015 “Skybooks: Skywide Projection and Media Mythology” New Review of Film and Television Studies
2015 “Tom Swift’s Three Inventions of Television: Technological Imaginary and Media History” VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture
2015 “Postmediales Wissen um 1900: Zur Medienarchäologie des Fernsehens” Montage A/V
2013 “Intermedial Thought in Classical Film Theory: Balázs, Arnheim, and Benjamin on Film and Radio” The Germanic Review
2010 Book Review: “Fresh Wind: The First Zionist Film in Palestine” Early Popular Visual Culture
2008 Introduction to "Fevralsky: Currents in Art and the Radio-Eye” Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television
2007 Book Review: Moving Image Technology from Zoetrope to Digital” The Moving Image

Chapters In Anthologies

Year Title Anthology
2020 “A More Participatory Culture” An Afterword to the Hebrew edition and a conversation with Henry Jenkins Hitlakdut Tarbutit / Convergence Culture
2011 “L’histoire des débuts de la television et les théories modernes de la vision,” in Gilles Delavaud and Denis Maréchal, eds. Télévision: le moment e... Télévision: le moment experimental, 1935-1955
2011 “Television from Afar: Arnheim’s Understanding of Media” Arnheim for Film and Media Studies

Articles with Doron Galili