“Modern Physics from Crisis to Crisis,” In The Cambridge History of Modern European Thought, ed. Peter E. Gordon and Warren Breckman, Vol 2, pp. 72-101. PDF

Das Dynamit einer Zehntelsekunde: Walter Benjamin und die Wissenschaftsgesichte,” In Experiment: Naturwissenschaft und Technik bei Walter Benjamin, ed. Kyung-Ho Cha (Turia und Kant: Vienna, 2017), pp. 203-223. PDF

“Mosaic: The First Point-and-Click Internet Browser” In The University of Illinois: Engine of Innovationed. Frederick E. Hoxie (University of Illinois Press, 2017), pp. 152-158. PDF

“Einstein’s Bergson Problem,” In Cosmological and Psychological Time, ed. By Yuval Dolev and Michael Roubach, Boston Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science 285 (2016): 53-69. PDF

“Dead and Alive: Micro-Cinematography between Physics and Biology,” Configurations 23 (Spring 2015): 235-251. PDF

“The Bare Life of Film: From Film in the Era of Life to Life in the Era of Film,” Le Cinéma de Bergson (Presses du Réel, forthcoming).

“Recording Devices,” In Blackwell Companion to the History of Science, edited by Bernhard Lightman (John Wiley & Sons, 2016), 500-514. PDF

“Clock/Lived,” In Time: A Vocabulary of the Present, edited by Amy Elias and Joel Burges (NYU Press, 2016), 113-128. PDF

The Media of Relativity: Einstein and Telecommunications Technologies,” Technology and Culture 56 (July 2015): 610-645. PDF

“Einstein’s Discourse Networks,” Zeitschrift für Medien- und Kulturforschung (May 2015), pp. 11-39. PDF

“Little Helpers. About Demons, Angels and Other Servants,” Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 37 (2012). (With Markus Krajewski). PDF

“Of Twins and Time,” In Neutrality in Twentieth-Century Europe: Intersections of Science, Culture and Politics after the First World War, Lettevall, Somsen, Widmalm eds. (Routledge Press:  2011). PDF

“A Science of Signals: Einstein, Inertia, and the Postal System,” Thresholds 39 (March 2011), pp. 12-25. PDF

“Desired Machines: Cinema and the World in its Own Image,” Science in Context 24 (2011), pp. 329-359. PDF

“‘A Number of Scenes in a Badly Cut Film’: Observation in the Age of Strobe.” In Histories of Scientific Observation, ed. Lorraine Daston and Elizabeth Lunbeck (University of Chicago Press, 2011). PDF

“Putting Facts in their Proper Place,” In The Matter of Fact 2.0 (Exhibition Catalog, Harvard Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments, 2009). PDF

“Die Geschwindigkeit des Empfindens: Philosophie im Zeitalter der Bewegungstechnologien,” In Parasiten und Sirenen, ed. By Bernhard J. Dotzler and Henning Schmidgen (Transcript: Bielefeld, 2008), pp. 83-106. PDF

“Introduction,” In The Matter of Fact (Exhibition Catalog Harvard Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments, 2008), pp. 2-3. PDF

“Cultures of Astronomy,” In Time, Life and Matter (Exhibition Catalog Harvard Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments, 2007, p. 7. PDF

“Sensational Differences: The Case of the Transit of Venus,” Cahiers François Viète 11-12 (2007): 15-40. PDF

“Movement before Cinematography: The High-Speed Qualities of Sentiment,” Journal of Visual Culture 5 (2006): 275-294. PDF

“Einstein, Bergson, and the Experiment that Failed: Intellectual Cooperation at the League of Nations,” Modern Language Notes 120 (2005): 1168-1191. PDF

“Criminal Skins: Tattoos and Modern Architecture in the work of Adolf Loos,” Architectural History: Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain 48 (2005): 235-256. PDF

“Photogenic Venus: The ‘Cinematographic Turn’ in Science and its Alternatives,” Isis 93 (2002): 585-613. PDF

“Exit the Frog, Enter the Human: Astronomy, Physiology and Experimental Psychology in the Nineteenth Century,” British Journal for the History of Science 34 (2001): 173-197. PDF

“The Single Eye: Reevaluating Ancien Régime Science,” History of Science 39 (2001): 71-94. PDF


“Apunta y dispara” Letras Libres (February 2017), pp. 39-42. PDF

“El Tiempo de Einstein y Bergson: Entre La Liga de las Naciones y la Ciencia,” Revista Diferencias(s), No. 4, Año 3, (Argentina: May 2017), pp. 180-200. PDF

“Einstein en la cocina,” Letras Libres (May 2016), pp. 42-46.

“Presentación de La Guerra del Tiempo: Einstein, Bergson y Poincaré: Un Debate Científico y Filosófico,” Revista de Occidente (October 2010), pp. 71 – 90. PDF

“Einstein contra Bergson,” Letras Libres (December 2015), pp. 40-43.

“Las Ficciones de Einstein,” Investigación y Ciencia, no. 453 (June 2014): 50-51. PDF

“Contacto Celestial: Un Instante en la Ciencia,” In Variedad Sin Límites: Las Representaciones en la Ciencia, edited by Edna Suárez Díaz, (México: UNAM and Limusa). PDF

“Guerras de la Ciencia? Einstein, Bergson y Heidegger: Un Debate Científico y Filosófico,” Revista de Occidente (Octubre 2010), pp. 71-90.

 “El Duelo del Tiempo,” ABCD: Las Artes y las Letras, 16 January 2010, no. 932, p.18-19.

“Pieles Criminales,” ABCD: Las Artes y las Letras (13-19 September 2008), pp. 6-7.

“Ornamento y Crimen: Tatuajes, Antropología Criminal, y Arquitectura Moderna,” Celeste (2001): 30-32.


Book Reviews

“On Morality, Time, and the End of the Universe: Review of Jim Holt, When Einstein Walked with Gödel: Excursion to the Edge of Thought,” Undark (21 September 2018). PDF

Review of Loving Faster than Light” Endeavour 37 (2013). PDF

“Review of Roger Hutchins British University Observatories 1772-1932,” Victorian Studies (2010). PDF

“Review of Chris Otter, The Victorian Eye: A Political History of Light and Vision in Britain, 1800–1910,” British Journal for the History of Science 42 (June 2009), pp. 305-306 PDF

“Review of Françoise Launay’s Un Globe-Trotter de la Physique Céleste: L’Astronome Jules Janssen,” Journal for the History of Astronomy 40 (2009), pp. 233-235 PDF