A Brief History of Curating [Document Series 3] Obrist, Hans Ulrich 2008 JRP / Ringer, Zurich
Curating in the 21st Century Wade, Gavin (editor) 2000 The New Art Gallery, Walsall
Curating Now: Imaginative Practice / Public Responsibility Marincola, Paula (editor) 2001 Philadelphia Exhibitions Initiative
Curating Subjects  O'Neill, Paul, editor 2007  Occasional Table, London
Exhibiting Cultures: The Poetics and Politics of Museum Display Karp, Ivan, editor 1991 Smithsonian Institution Press
foci: interviews with ten international curators Thea, Carolee (editor) 2001 Apexart Curatorial Program
Thinking About Exhibitions Greenberg, Reese / Ferguson, Bruce W. / Nairne, Sandy (editors) 1996 Routledge
Words of Wisdom: A Curator's Vade Mecum on Contemporary Art Kuoni, Carin (editor) 2001 Independent Curators, Inc
Apexart Catalogues/Brochures  Steven Rand 1994- New York 
De Appel Curatorial Training Program Catalogues  Saskia Bos 1999-  De Appel, Amsterdam 
paying in the ruins [[Vito Acconci / John Bock / Sam Durant / Gelatin / Peter Halley / Anton Henning / Luisa Lambri / Sarah Morris / Matthias Muller / Martha Rosler / Silke Schatz / Mark Titchner] MA Visual Arts Administration: Curating and Commissioning Contemporary Art 2001 Royal College of Art Galleries, London 
The Campaign Against Living Miserably [Gary Simmons] MA Visual Arts Administration: Curating and Commissioning Contemporary Art 1998 Royal College of Art Galleries, London
The Power to Provoke [artists: Sue Coe, Candace Hill-Montgomery, and Erika Rothenberg] a student curated exhibition, part of the Visual Arts Program: Pat Hinrichs, Tamie Jackson, and Cal Lom 1984 Amelie A. Wallace Gallery, State University of New York, Old Westbury 
The Subject of Rape Whitney Independent Study Group: Monica Chau, Hannah J.L. Feldman, Jennifer Kabat, and Hannah Kruse 1993  Whitney Museum of American Art
Blocknotes #1: Strategies of Exhibition Blocknotes 1992 Blocknotes, Paris