2012 Leonardo Electronic Almanac (MIT) upcoming special issue: LA Re.Play edited by Hana Iverson, Mimi Sheller, and Jeremy Hight. Introduction: Hana Iverson and Mimi Sheller, PhD, Director, Center for Mobilities Research and Policy, Drexel University.
July “Situated-Stories/Mobile Technologies: How Locative Media are Shaping Communities,”
by Hana Iverson and Siobhan O'Flynn, PhD, Faculty Canadian Film Center Media Lab;
Locative Media: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Media and Locality, Editors: Katherine Willis, Regine Buschauer. Publisher: Transcript press, Germany
June Leonardo Electronic Almanac (MIT) in collaboration with The Samek Art Gallery and with Kasa Gallery announces a special issue: Not Here Not There
Essay: Mechanics of Place: Textures of Tophane by Hana Iverson and Sarah Drury
2011 Neighborhood Narratives Photo Essay by Hana Iverson; "Teaching Digital Media," Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy General Issue. Editors: Jacqueline Ellis and Edvige Giunta
2009 “Recollection and Restoration: View from the Balcony,” by Hana Iverson; Orchard Shul Art Project catalogue, Editor: Cynthia Beth Rubin, New Haven, Conn.
“Place Matters: Locative Media as Public Art Education,” by Hana Iverson; Second Nature: International Journal of Creative Media, Editor: Shiralee Saul. Publisher: School of Media and Communication, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.
“The Neighborhood Narratives Project: New Dialogues with/in the Mediated City”, by Hana Iverson and Rickie Sanders, Professor, Geography and Urban Studies, Temple University; MediaCity: Situations, Practices, Encounters. Editors: Frank Eckardt, Jens Geelhaar, Laura Colini, Katharine S. Willis, Konstantinos Chorianopoulos, Ralf Hennig. Publisher: Frank & Timme, Berlin.
2006 “Neighborhood Narratives”, by Hana Iverson, Steve Bull and Nick West; Leonardo eJournal Locative Media
2005 “Cool Hunting Blog”, review of Ars Electronica (Linz, Austria) conference by Hana Iverson and Sabine Seymour. http://www.coolhunting.com/archives/2005/09/blog_from_ars_1.php
2002 “Mirror, Mirror: ID/entity - Portraits in the 21st Century,” by Hana Iverson; Afterimage, March 1, 2002
Vanessa Baylock, Where is Public Space, 2012
Where Psychogeography meets Mobile Phones, Hyperallergic, 2012
Another Reality is Possible, El Pais, 2012
Augmented Avenue by Mimi Sheller, 2011
Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women’s Studies and Gender Issues, peer reviewed article by Susan Chevlowe, curator Jewish Museum, New York City, Number 14, Spring 2008
“Weaving a History: Temple Students have used today’s technology to capture the yesterdays of Philadelphia’s storied Fabric Row,” by Dianna Marder, View PDF
“Bridging the Analog/Digital Divide,” feature article Temple Faculty Herald, Feb. 2007 http://www.temple.edu/herald/NMICFeb07.htm
“Hana Iverson at Eldridge Street Synagogue”, Miriam Seidel, Art in America, Jan.2000
“Returning to the Fold On Their Own Terms”, Stanley Meises, The Forward (NYC), Nov. 24, 2000
“World of Our Mothers”, C.Carr, Village Voice, Sept. 19, 2000
”Immigrant Song”, Billie Cohen, Time Out NY, Aug.24, 2000
“Fabric of Their Lives”, Susan Josephs, Jewish Week (NYC), May, 2000
“Pulse”, Robert Costa, Cover Magazine, (NYC), March 1997
“Iverson and the Body as the House of the Soul”, Ambra Polidori, Sabado, Mexico, Jan. 28, 1995
“Many Exhibits that Fight Against AIDS”, Luis Enrique Ramirez, La Journada, Mexico City, Dec. 9, 1994
“The Body as Container”, Francisco Santiago, Reforma, Mexico City, Dec. 8. 1994
“Photography and Video Tell her Own Story”, Guillermina Ochoa, Suma, Mexico City, Dec. 1, 1994
1999 Luna Cornea, Numero 13. Mexico City
1994 Luna Cornea, Numero 4. Mexico City