Schmidt, S. (accepted, 2018). “Nuclear Anxiety and Urban Planning in Tokyo: From WWII to the City of the Future” In R. Brook, M. Dodge, and J. Hogg (Eds.), Cold War Cities: Spatial Planning, Social and Political Processes, and Cultural Practices in the Age of Atomic Urbanism, 1945-1965. London and New York: Routledge.

Schmidt, S. (accepted, 2018). “Recording Trauma, Overcoming Trauma: Paintings of Hiroshima.” In F. Jacob & M. Presiado (Eds.), War and Portrayal. Publisher TBC.

Schmidt, S. (2018). “The Archival Workspace: An Accidental Ethnography.” icamprint 7. (Revised version solicited for reprint)

Schmidt, S. (2016). “The Archival Workspace: An Accidental Ethnography.” Thresholds 44, 145-156.

Schmidt-Tomczak, S. (2015). “The Animation of the Cyborg Trope: Oshii Mamoru’s Ghost in the Shell. In K. Mellberg, L. Wanggren & K. Aghtan (Eds.), Corporeality and Culture: Bodies in MovementFarnham and London: Ashgate.

Schmidt-Tomczak, S. (2012). “Locating Distance: A Methodology for Mobile Urban Subjects.” In G. Gassner, Adam Kaasa & K. Robinson (Eds.), Writing Cities 2: DistanceLondon: London School of Economics.

Chmielewska, Ella and S. Schmidt-Tomczak (2010). “The Critical Where of the Field: A Reflection on Fieldwork as a Situated Process of Creative Research.” In V.C. Bernie, S. Ewing, J. McGowan & C. Speed (Eds.), Field/WorkLondon and New York: Routledge.

Schmidt-Tomczak, S. (2010). “The Dialectic of Vision and the Suggestive Power of Objects. A Cultural Studies Approach to Peter Eisenman’s Field of Stelae.” Edinburgh Architecture Research, 32, 107-114.

Schmidt-Tomczak, S. (2009). “Working (with) Images.” Architecture & Work, Volume 2, 29-30.

Schmidt, S. (2009). “Urban Material: Representation – Reflection – Performance […].” In Chmielewska, Ella and urbanstudio (Eds.), ZONZO: Exploring the Urban Fabric. Edinburgh: Architecture, The University of Edinburgh, 122-137.