Frostig, K. (2021). Keynote speaker. “Distances and Proximities in Space and Time" Space and Memory in Holocaust Representation, Institute of Humanities, University of Northumbria, UK
Frostig, K. (2018). “Reverberating Losses: What happens when we forget to remember?” Performative Commemoration of Painful Pasts, Michael Levan Editor-in-Chief, Schult, T. (Ed.) In Liminalities: A Journal of Performance Studies: Special Issue. Vol. 14, No. 3, 109-120.
Frostig, K. (2018). “Liminal Dimensions of Memory” In Anywhere V.II. Douglas, S and Lowry, S (Eds.). Print and design by Conveyer Arts. Published by Project Anywhere and; Parsons Fine Arts, School of Art, Media and Technology, Parsons School of Design, The New School; and Victorian College of the Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, 44-46.
Frostig, K. (2018). “Coming to Terms with the Past: The Vienna Project as an interactive, interdisciplinary model of memorialization” In Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Genocide and Memory. J. Lindert, Maarsobian, A. (Eds). New York: Springer Publishing Company, 283-303.
Frostig, K. (2017). “Activism and Citizenship: Performing Memory and Acts of Memorialization in Austria” in Contemporary Citizenship, Art and Visual Culture: Making and Being Made. C. Dzenko and Avila, T. (Eds.) New York: Routledge Advances in Art and Visual Studies, 145-157.
Frostig, K. (2017). Featured speaker. “The Vienna Project: Historic Complexities Surrounding Memory in Austria”, Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa
Frostig, K. (2017) Featured Speaker: Presenter: “Public Art and The Vienna Project” Herbert C. Kelman Seminar on International Conflict CGIS Building, Harvard University Cambridge, MA
Frostig, K. (2017). “Anne Frank’s House and Memorials as Texts” in Critical Insights: Anne Frank Diary of a Young Girl. R. Amir, Rosenberg, P. (Eds.). Amenia, New York: Grey House Publishing/Salem Press, 206-223.
Frostig, K. (2017). “Activism and Citizenship: Performing Memory and Acts of Memorialization in Austria” in Making and Being Made: Visual Representations and/of Citizenship. C. Dzenko and Avila, T. (Eds.) New York: Rutledge Advances in Art and Visual Studies. (forthcoming).
Frostig, K. (2017). Featured Speaker: “The Vienna Project” Speaker series. Holocaust Center, Wagner College, Staten Island, New York
Frostig, K. (2017). “Anne Frank’s House and Memorials as Texts” in Critical Insights: Anne Frank Diary of a Young Girl. R. Amir, Rosenberg, P. (Eds.). Hackensack:, New Jersey: Salem Press. (forthcoming).
Frostig, K. (2016). Keynote Speaker: Performing the Archives: Art, History, and New Models of Memorialization Commemorating Painful Pasts through Performative Practices Department of Culture and Aesthetic, Stockholm University, Sweden
Frostig, K. (2016). “Ruptured Memory on the Streets of Vienna.” Journal for the Study of Antisemitism, Special Issue: Oral History and Life Stories Network, Holocaust and antisemitism, Vol. 7, 135-148.
Frostig, K. (2016). “Embodying Otherness.” In M. Meskimmon & M. Arnold (Eds.), Home/ Land: Women, Citizenship and Photographies. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 41-46. ISBN: 978-1-78138-280-6
Frostig, K. (2014). “Performing Memory on the Streets of Vienna” About Performance: Special Issue: High Stakes: Risk and Performance; Journal of the Department of Performance Studies at the University of Sydney, No. 12 , 45-62.
Frostig, K. (2014). “Memory and The Vienna Project.” Closing ceremonies at the Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek, at Hofburg Palace. Speakers: Margit Fischer; Dr. Johanna Rachinger, General Director of the Austrian National Library; President Oskar Deutsch of the Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien; DDr. Oliver Rathkolb, Director of Institut für Zeitgeschichte University at University of Vienna; Rector Gerald Bast, University of Applied Arts, Vienna.
Frostig, K. (2014). Keynote speaker: “Memory: Me (personal), We (social), and Us (global)” Karen Frostig Annual Art Therapy Department spring semester symposium; School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Frostig, K. (2013). “Making Memory Visible,” In T. Fawns (Ed.), Memory and Meaning: Digital Differences. Oxford, United Kingdom: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 133-150. ISBN: 978-1-84888-249-2
Frostig, K. (2013). “Citizenship After Genocide: Materializing memory through art activism” In S. Roseneil (Ed.), Beyond Citizenship: Feminism and the Transformation of Belonging, UK: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.