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Braderman, Joan. “Feminism and Video: A View from the Village.” Camera Obscura: Feminism, Culture, and Media Studies, vol. 22, no. 1, 2007, pp. 197–208., doi:10.1215/02705346-2006-027.

Braderman, Joan. “Trying to Reprogram Television Viewers.” Union News. Thursday, October 19th, 1999.

Braderman, Joan. "TV/Video: Re-Claiming the Utopian Moment." ROAR, Published by Paper Tiger Television in Association with The Wexner Center for the Arts; Catalogue for Paper Tiger Anniversary. 1991.

Braderman, Joan. "NO MORE NICE GIRLS, A Video Tape by Joan Braderman." Motion Picture, Publication by The Collective for Living Cinema, Vol. 3 Nos. 1/2, Winter, 1989-90.

Braderman, Joan. “Video in the Academy: Dead or Alive.” AFI Video Festival Catalogue. 1987.

Braderman, Joan.“The Fugue of Art.” The Village Voice Literary Supplement no. 68. October, 1986.

Braderman, Joan.“Joan Does Dynasty: A Neopagan, Postsituationist, Socialist/Anarcho/Feminist Expose.” The Independent Film & Video Monthly Vol. 9 no. 7. August/September, 1986, pp. 1419.

Braderman, Joan, and Lyn Hughes. “Cheap/Expensive Propaganda.” HERESIES: A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics, 1980, pp. 56–57.

Braderman, Joan. Radical Art in Theory and Practice. Proceedings of the College Art Association. January, 1978.

Braderman, Joan. “A Review and Some Modest Proposals.” Women and the Cinema: A Critical Anthology. Quarterly  

Review of Film Studies. Ed. K, Karyn. Vol. 3 #4. Fall, 1978.

Braderman, Joan. “Juggling Contradictions: Feminism, the Individual and What's Left.” HERESIES: A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics, Jan. 1977, pp. 88–93.

Arthur, Paul and Braderman, Joan. “The Warriors Through the Turnstile of Ideology and Power” Catalyst: A Journal of Social Work, 1976.

Braderman, Joan. “Asia: Japan; Peasants of the Second Fortress.” Revolutionary Films/Chicago ‘76. Film Center at the School of the Art Institute. The Chicago Art Institute Film Catalogue.

Braderman, Joan. “Report: The First Festival of Women’s Films.” ARTFORUM. Tenth Anniversary Issue, September, 1972.

Braderman was also a co-founder of, and editor/writer for: Heresies, A Feminist Publication on Art and Politics.

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