Lisa Bloom's essays and articles have appeared in The Scholar and the Feminist, n. paradoxa, Configurations; exhibition catalogues on lsaac Julien and Eleanor Antin; and anthologies, including The Feminism and Visual Culture Reader, The Visual Culture Reader, Performing the Body/Performing the Text, Jewish Identity and Art History, Jews and Sex, Inscribing Science, and Everyday eBay: Culture, Collecting, and Desire.
ln September 2000, n.paradoxa asked a number of artists, critics and curators for a short quote or statement in response to the questions below: What is your most memorable experience of a feminist/ women's art exhibition in the past 10 years and why? Did it challenge or change your understanding of feminism? In n.paradoxa: international feminist art journal, issue 13, September 2000.
In Jewish Identity in Modern Art History, edited by Catherine Soussloff, University of California Press, 1999: 135-166.
The Bulletin of the Graduate School of Josai International University. No. 4, March 2000, 87-99.
The Bulletin of the Graduate School of Josai International University Issue 2, March 1998: 31-43.
“Introduction.” Special issue: Gender, Colonialism, Technology, and ‘Development.’ Vol. 9, December 1997: i-iv.
“Gender, Popular Science and National Geographic in the Age of Multiculturalism.” Guest Editor of “Gender, Technology and Development.” “Introduction” to Review of Japanese Culture and Society, Tokyo, Volume IX, 1997, 36-47.
Socialist Review 94:1-2. Special Double Issue titled" Arranging Identities."(Winter/Spring, 1995): 129-164.