Journal Articles and Book Chapters
“Thieves of Bombay: United Artists, Colonial Copyright, and Film Piracy in the 1920s,” with Eric Hoyt. BioScope: South Asian Screen Studies 5.1 (March 2014).
“Figures of Transit: Tracing a Century of Hollywood in India.” In Ravi Sundaram, ed., No Limits: Studies of Media from India. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2013.
“Recognizing ‘Industry’.” Cinema Journal 52.3 (Spring 2013).
“Size Matters.” BioScope: South Asian Screen Studies 1.2 (July 2010): 105-109
“Thinking Nationally.” In Alisa Perren and Jennifer Holt, eds., Media Industries: History, Theory and Methods. Malden: Blackwell, 2009. 132-143
“Wind(fall) from the East.” Television & New Media 10.1 (January 2009): 63-65
“Where Did the Televisions Go?” The Velvet Light Trap 62 (Fall 2008): 65-66
“India: Domination, Extinction, and Re-animation (with thanks to Jurassic Park).” In Paul McDonald and Janet Wasko, eds., The Contemporary Hollywood Film Industry. Malden: Blackwell, 2008.
“Bollywood and the Frictions of Global Mobility.” In Daya Thussu, ed., Media on the Move: Global Flow and Contra-Flow. New York: Routledge, 2006.
“Hollywood’s Effects, Bollywood FX.” In Mike Gasher and Greg Elmer, eds., Contracting Out Hollywood: Runaway Productions and Foreign Location Shooting. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield, 2005.
“War in the Age of Pirate Reproduction.” In Ravi Vasudevan, Ravi Sundaram, Jeebesh Bagchi, Monica Narula, Shuddhabrata Sengupta and Geert Lovink, Eds. Sarai Reader 04: Crisis/Media. New Delhi: Sarai/Center for the Study of Developing Societies/Society for New and Old Media, 2004.
“Something Spatial in the Air: In-Flight Entertainment and the Topographies of Modern Air Travel.” In Anna McCarthy and Nick Couldry, eds., Media/Space: Place, Scale and Culture in a Media Age. London: Routledge/Taylor and Francis, 2004.
“The Metropolis and Mental Strife: The City in Science Fiction Cinema.” In Ravi Sundaram, Jeebesh Bagchi, Ravi Vasudevan, Monica Narula, Geert Lovink, and Shuddhabrata Sengupta, eds., Sarai Reader 02: The Cities of Everyday Life. New Delhi: Sarai/Center for the Study of Developing Societies/Society for New and Old Media, 2003. 78-84
“Broadband Television.” In Horace Newcomb, ed., Encyclopedia of Television, Second Edition. New York: Routledge, 2004. 339-342
“Race and US Television.” In Toby Miller, ed., Television Studies. London: British Film Institute, 2002. 120-123
Reviews and Other Publications
“Standing out in a Crowded Field – The Global Media Anthology Turns 15.” International Journal of Communication 6 (2012): 390-395
“Spectrums – Media Industries Roundtable Discussion.” With Jennifer Holt, Toby Miller, and Ellen Seiter. Spectator 31.1 (Spring 2011): 48-54
Book Review of Shanti Kumar’s Gandhi Meets Primetime: Globalization and Nationalism in Indian Television (Southern Illinois, 2006). International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics 3.3 (2007): 343- 345
“A Tale of Two Walters.” Book Review of Esther Leslie’s Hollywood Flatlands: Animation, Critical Theory and the Avant-Garde (Verso, 2002). Radical Philosophy 118 (March/April 2003): 46-48