Publications of Alex Harris    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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  1. A. Harris and E.O. Wilson. Why We Are Here: Mobile and The Spirit of A Southern City. Liveright/Norton, October, 2012. 229 pp. [available here]  [abs]
  2. Harris, A; Wilson, EO. Why We Are Here: Mobile and The Spirit of A Southern City. Liveright/Norton, October, 2012. 229 pages pp. [available here]  [abs]
  3. A. Harris. Les musés sont des mondes. Edited by J. M. G. Le Clézio. Gallimard and Musée du Louvre, November, 2011. [le-louvre-invite-jmg-le-clezio-les-musees-sont-des-mondes]
  4. Harris, A. Les musés sont des mondes. Edited by Clézio, JMGL. Gallimard and Musée du Louvre, November, 2011. [le-louvre-invite-jmg-le-clezio-les-musees-sont-des-mondes]
  5. A. Harris. The Idea of Cuba. UNM Press and The Center for Documentary Studies, Fall, 2007. [html]  [abs]
  6. Harris, A. The Idea of Cuba. UNM Press and The Center for Documentary Studies, 2007. [html]  [abs]
  7. Harris, A; deBuys, W. River of Traps: A Mountain Life. Trinity University Press, Winter, 2007. (A re-publication of my 1990 book with William deBuys. New Subtitle) [available here]  [abs]
  8. Harris, A. Where We Live: Photographs of America from the Berman Collection. Edited by Keller, J; Lacoste, A. J. Paul Getty Museum, Fall, 2006. (book accompanying exhibition of the same title at the J. Paul Getty Museum) [html]
  9. Harris, A. Together We Do Good Work: SEWA’s Child Care Program in Gujarat India, by Sara Gomez. Edited by Harris, EBA; Gomez, S. Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University, Winter, 2005. (introduction by Alex Harris)
  10. Harris, A. Arrivals and Departures: The Airport Photographs of Garry Winogrand. Edited by Harris, A; Friedlander, L. Distributed Arts Publishers, Spring, 2004.
  11. Harris, TBA; Baranano, KD; William deBuys, JBR; Nichols, J; Montalban, MV. Islas En El Tiempo. The Valencia Institute of Modern Art (IVAM), September, 2000. (in conjunction with a retrospective exhibition in Valencia, Spain mounted by IVAM. 240 pages. Photographs by Alex harris)
  12. Coles, TBR. Old and On Their Own. W.W. Norton, 1998. (photographs by Alex Harris and Thomas Roma)
  13. Harris, A. A New Life: Stories and Photographs from the Suburban South. Edited by Harris, A; introduction, A. W.W. Norton and Double Take books, 1996.
  14. Harris, A. Red White Blue and God Bless You: A Portrait of Northern New Mexico. UNM Press, 1992. (Photographs and introduction by Alex Harris)
  15. Harris, A. River of Traps: A Village Life, text by William deBuys. The University of New Mexico Press, September, 1990. (photographs by Alex Harris)
  16. Harris, A. Beyond the Barricades: Popular Resistance in South Africa. Edited by Harris, A; Hill, IT. Aperture, Inc. in association with the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, 1990.
  17. Harris, A. In the Street. Edited by Harris, A; Hoshino, M. Duke University Press for the Center for Documentary Photography, 1987. (Photographs by Helen, text by Dr. Robert Coles)
  18. Harris, A. A World Unsuspected: Portraits of Southern Childhood. Edited by Harris, A; introduction, A. University of North Carolina Press for the Center for Documentary Photography, 1987.
  19. A. Harris. South Africa: The Cordoned Heart. Edited by Associate editors, Alex Harris and Margaret Sartor. W.W. Norton in Association with the Center for Documentary Photography, Duke University, 1986. (photographs with text by Dr. Francis Wilson, and Foreward by Bishop Desmund Tutu. Edited by Omar Badsha from photographs printed in South Africa by Alex Harris)
  20. Harris, A. South Africa: The Cordoned Heart. Edited by Associate editors, AH; Sartor, M. W.W. Norton in Association with the Center for Documentary Photography, Duke University, 1986.
  21. Blom, G. Gertrude Blom: Bearing Witness. Edited by Harris, A; Sartor, M. University of North Carolina Press, Center for Documentary Photography, 1984. (with an introduction by Alex Harris)
  22. Harris, A. Understandings, Photographs of Decatur County, Georgia, by Paul Kwilecki. Edited by Harris, A; introduction, A. University of North Carolina Press, Center for Documentary Photography, 1982.
  23. Coles, R; Harris, A. The Last and First Eskimos. The New York Graphic Society, Boston, MA, October, 1978.
  24. Harris, A. The Old Ones of New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, NM, 1973. (Forty photographs with text by Robert Coles, Doubleday-Anchor Press paperback, Garden City, NY 1975, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich trade paperback, September, 1984, UNM Press trade paperback 1989, Walker Publishers Paperback 2000)

Journal Articles

  1. Alford, K. "Who’s Idea of Cuba." Revista Fall/2009 (February, 2014). [alford]  [abs]
  2. Dukeheart, C. "Why We Are Here: Capturing the Spirit of Mobile Alabama." Npr Picture Show (2013). [available here]
  3. Noble, D. "Book about Mobile Explores Why We Are Here." Tuscaloosa News (2013). []
  4. staff, AM. "Cover to Cover." The Atlantic Magazine (September, 2012). [available here]  [abs]
  5. Harris, A; Wilson, EO. "Why We Are Here: Mobile and the Spirit of a Southern City." Harvard Magazine (September, 2012).  [abs]
  6. Sledge, J. "Southern Spirit." The Mobile Bay Monthly (2012). [available here]  [abs]
  7. Harris, A. "Cuba Through the Windshield." Berkeley Review of Latin American Studies (Spring, 2011). [pdf]
  8. Harris, A. "Cuba Libre." Dutch Esquire 3 (June, 2007).  [author's comments]
  9. Harris, A. "Game Boy." Russian Esquire (May, 2007).  [author's comments]
  10. A. Harris. "The Idea of Cuba." Document Summer/Fall 2007 (2007): 12-17.
  11. Freedman, M. "Life Begins at Sixty-Five." In Character: a Journal of Everyday Virtues (Winter, 2005): 66-77. (my photographs accompany an article by Marc Freedman)
  12. Harris, A. "Outside the Ordinary." Aperture Magazine special edition (2004). (A tribute in pictures to Aperture Editor Michael E. Hoffman, 1942-2001)
  13. Harris, A. "Blue Sky." 38 (December, 2003).
  14. R. Gurwitt. "Have Tools, Will Travel." Mother Jones Magazine (January, 2003). (my photographs of Care-A-Vanners accompany text by R. Gurwitt, see Giving Shelter:RV Care-A-Vanners, Innovations, vol. 4)
  15. Gurwitt, R. "Have Tools, Will Travel." Mother Jones Magazine (January, 2003).
  16. with Harris, A; Gurwitt, R. "Fostering Hope." Mother Jones Magazine (April, 2002).
  17. photograph, C; Harris, IPBA. "Inside Cars." 2wice Magazine 5.2 (Spring, 2002).
  18. HARRIS, A. "SLEEPING-BEAUTY - MEMORIAL PHOTOGRAPHY IN AMERICA - BURNS,SB." New York Times Book Review (July, 1991): 11-12. [Gateway.cgi]
  19. Harris, A. "The Life and Times of Solomon Butcher." A Book Review for the New York Times Book Review (Summer, 1991).
  20. Harris, A. "Decatur County: Pual Kwilecki's Lifetime Document." San Francisco Camerawork Quarterly 14.2 (Summer, 1987).

Book Reviews

  1. with A. Harris and E.O. Wilson. Why We Are Here: Mobile and the Spirit of a Southern City.  Harvard Magazine (September, 2012). [off-the-shelf]  [abs]
  2. Kael Alford. Who's Idea of Cuba.  ReVista Fall/2009 (Fall, 2009). [alford]  [abs]
  3. A. Harris. Sleeping Beauty: Memorial Photography in America.  a book review for The New York Time Book Review (Summer, 1991).
  4. with Publisher's weekly staff. Why We Are Here: Mobile and the Spirit of A Southern City.  Publisher's Weekly . [978-0-87140-470-1]  [abs]


  1.  El Contemporani.24  Fall, 2001. (Catalan literary magazine published in Barcelona, Spain. entire issue illustrated solely with photographs of New Mexico and Cuba by Alex Harris)


  1. with a harris and MFAEDA first year students. "MFA/EDA Influences class of 2015."  (2013). [available here]  [abs]
  2. A. Harris. "Documentary Fieldwork Influences."  (Fall, 2012). [available here]  [abs] [author's comments]
  3. A. Harris. "Why We Are Here: Mobile and the Spirit of A Southern City." NPR Picture Show (2012). [available here]  [abs]
  4. with A. Harris and Elena Rue. "The Lookout Blog for the Hine Fellows Program."  (2012). [available here]  [abs]
  5. A. Harris. "MFA/EDA Documentary Field Work Influences Blog."  (Fall, 2011). [available here]  [abs]
  6. with A. Harris and Elena Rue. "Coming Home."  (Fall, 2011). [available here]  [abs] [author's comments]
  7. with a. Harris and Paula Ehrlich. "The Time of our Lives: Living with Brain Cancer."  (2011). [available here]  [abs]
  8. with Alex Harris and Liisa Ogburn. "Coming Home."  (2010). [available here]  [abs] [author's comments]
  9. A. Harris. "Presentation by Alex Harris."  (Summer, 2009). [htm]  [abs] [author's comments]
  10. A. Harris. "MLK Day and Inauguration Day 2009, Washington DC."  (January 19th and 20th, 2009). [available here]  [abs]
  11. with A. Harris and W. Bamberger. "Behind the Scenes on the Set of CHE." (December 12, 2008). (frontpage of Time Website on December 12 and 13, 2008, then ongoing access to story.) [html]
  12. with A. Harris and William deBuys. "Sunset Canto From River of Traps." (Fall, 2008). [htm]  [abs]


  1. with a harris and seven other photographers. "Bull City Summer." (2013). [1]  [abs]
  2. with a harris and other photographers. "Close to Home." (August 18, 2013–February 9, 2014). An exhibition at the North Carolina Museum of Art [available here]
  3. with A Harris and other artists. ""In Practice" exhibition." (September 27, 2013- December 30, 2013). [19979]  [abs]
  4. with a harris and other photographers. "The Bunnen Collection of Photography." (2013). [aspx]  [abs]
  5. with a harris and multiple photographers. "Light Sensitive: photographic works from North Carolina Collectors." (February 14-May 12, 2013). [available here]  [abs]
  6. Chris Vitiello. "The Nasher tells a story of Photography in Light Sensitive." Indy Weekly (February 27, 2013). []
  7. with A Harris and MFAEDA First Year Students. "MFAEDA Works In Progress Presentations 2013." (December 10-11, 2013). [20894]  [abs]
  8. Dick Gordon. "The Story." (December 11, 2012). [mp3]  [author's comments]
  9. Dwight Garner. "Heavyweights for the Holidays." The New York Times (November 23, 2012). [a-roundup-of-holiday-coffee-table-books.html]  [abs] [author's comments]
  10. A. Harris. "Permanent Collection Harwood Museum of Art, Taos, New Mexico." (2012).  [author's comments]
  11. A. Harris. "Permanent Collection Pavillon Populaire, Montpelier, France." (December, 2011).  [abs]
  12. Richard Chang. "Getty offers photographic views of Cuba." The Orange County Register (August 12, 2011). [html]  [abs]
  13. A. Harris. "Permanent Collection of J.Paul Getty Museum." (Summer, 2011).  [abs]
  14. ArtDailey. "Getty Museum Displays Photographs of Cuba Before, During, and After the Revolution." (May, 2011). [index.asp]  [abs]
  15. Reed Johnson. "Cuba under the lens at the Getty Museum." Los Angeles Times (May 27, 2011). [la-et-cuban-photography-20110527]  [abs]
  16. Lenika Cruz. "‘A Revolutionary Project’ on Cuba exhibited at Getty." The Daily Bruin UCLA. (May 19, 2011). An article about the exhibition, "A Revolutionary Project: Cuba from Walker Evans to Now" [a_revolutionary_project_on_cuba_exhibited_at_getty]  [abs]
  17. M.B. Abram and Alex Harris. "Conversations with Artists: Alex Harris." (May 17, 2011). [html]  [abs]
  18. with Alex Harris, Virginia Beahan, and Alexey Titarenko. "Three Contemporary Photographers on Cuba." (May 17, 2011). [available here]  [abs]
  19. with Judith Keller and Brett Abbott, Curators. "Revolutionary Project: Cuba from Walker Evans to Now." (2011). [html]  [abs]
  20. J.M.G. Le Clézio. "Les Musés sont des mondes." (November 5, 2011-February 6, 2012).  [abs]
  21. Carlos Espinosa Domínguez. "Cuba desde el ojo de la cámara." Cubaencuentro (2011). An online publication about Cultural events related to Cuba [cuba-desde-el-ojo-de-la-camara-251482]  [abs]
  22. Judith Keller. "A Revolutionary Project brings Cuba to The Getty." Cuban Art News (2011). [a_revolutionary_project_brings_cuba_to_the_getty_museum]  [abs]
  23. Harris, A. "Pilgrimage to Katrina." Les Suds Profonds de L’Amerique Democratic Books. (November, 2010): 60-103. [htm]  [abs]
  24. Harris, A. "New Mexico photographs." Migration: Lost and Found in America Michael Weiss Productions. (October, 2010): 96-105.  [abs]
  25. A. Harris. "Beauty Photography and Beyond." Nasher Museum Blog (September 29, 2009). [to%20duke%20resume%202009/Nasher%20Museum%20Blogs%20»%20Blog%20Archive%20»%20Beauty,%20Photography%20and%20Beyond.webarchive]  [abs]
  26. A. Harris. "Connecting Disparate Worlds." exhibition catalogue for "Connecting Disparate Worlds" by Arye Carmon (Summer, 2009).  [author's comments]
  27. Martha Egan. ""La Ranfla & Other Stories"." Papolote Press. (2009): Cover photograph by Alex Harris.
  28. Hans Durer. "Photographing Cuba." Across Cultures (October 5, 2008). a review of The Idea of Cuba [html]
  29. A. Harris. "Backstory." Popular Photography (May, 2008).
  30. A. Harris. "PDN Photo Annual 2008." Photo District News (May, 2008).
  31. Heather Shaw. "Latin American Poets, Migrants, utopians, Fathers: Somos Americanos También." Foreword Magazine (May, 2008): 32-35. a review of The Idea of Cuba
  32. A. Harris. "Cuba." Vagent Magazine .2 (February, 2008). Cover photograph for an issue of the magazine about contemporary Cuba
  33. with A. Harris and W. deBuys. "River of Traps." Su Casa Magazine 14.5 (2008): 96-106.
  34. staff writer. "Photos reveal Cuba’s paradoxes, heroes, and everyday life." Progreso (2008). review of The Idea of Cuba [index.php]
  35. Craig Varjabedian. "Waiting for Light; Photography Books and the Excellence Legacy." (December, 2007). [WaitingForLightDec07.shtml]
  36. Henry Berry. "The Idea of Cuba." (November 6, 2007). [viewArticle.jsp]
  37. Sylvia Pfeiffenberger. "Praising Famous Men and not-so-famous Women of Cuba." The Independent Weekly (November 4, 2007). [Content]
  38. staff writer. "Fotos revelan paradojas de Cuba, héroes y la vida diaria." Progreso Weekly (November, 2007). [index.php]
  39. Staff Writer. "The idea of cuba." Yale Alumni Magazine (November-December 2007).
  40. Marice Cohn Band. "Questions and Answers from Some Authors at the Miami Book Fair." The Miami Herald (November 3, 2007).
  41. A. Harris. "The Idea of Cuba." The Chronicle of Higher Education 54.10 (November 2, 2007): b23. [reprint.php]  [author's comments]
  42. Virginia Cha. "The Idea of Cuba." CNN.COM (October 17, 2007). [cha.alex.harris.cnn]
  43. Alberto Brown Rodriguez. "Entendiendo Cuba a través de la fotografía." Mundo Hispanico (October 11, 2007). [html]
  44. A. Harris. "" (Fall, 2007). [available here]
  45. David Steinberg. "Photos and Text in New Large-Format Book Capture the Essence of Cuba." The Albuquerque Journal (September 28, 2007).
  46. Paul Weideman. "Getting to Know our Neighbor to the South." The Santa Fe New Mexican: Pasatiempo (September 28, 2007).
  47. Bob Bishop. "The Idea of Cuba." KHFM 95.5FM, Albuquerque, New Mexico (September 27, 2007).
  48. Nancy Stapp. "The Idea of Cuba." KTAO, 101.9FM, Taos, New Mexico (September 20, 2007).
  49. Mary-Charlotte Domandi. "The Idea of Cuba." KSFR 90.7FM, Santa Fe, New Mexico (2007). [available here]
  50. David Lewis. "The Idea of Cuba." WMLB 1690FM, Atlanta (2007). [20]
  51. Frank Stasio. "The Idea of Cuba." WUNC 91.5FM Chapel Hill, NC (2007). [view]
  52. "Photography a Fully Developed Presence." The Los Angeles Times .E29 (October 8, 2006).
  53. "Alex Harris at the North Carolina Museum of Art." The Independent (August 30, 2006).
  54. A. Harris. "Alex Harris Photographs of Cuba." Russian Esquire (May, 2006): 162-175.  [author's comments]
  55. A. Harris. "Civic Ventures." (2006). Photographs on web sites  [abs]
  56. A. Harris. "Encyclopaedia Britannica Web site, Hope Photographs page." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  57. A. Harris. "The Valencia Institute of Modern Art (IVAM)." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  58. A. Harris. "Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  59. A. Harris. "Scheinbaum and Russek Gallery, Santa Fe, NM." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  60. A. Harris. "Center for Instructional Technology, Duke University." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  61. A. Harris. "The Los Angeles Times." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  62. A. Harris. "Colp d'ULL, a Catalan magazine interview with Alex Harris." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  63. A. Harris. "Institute of Contemporary Arts, Boston." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  64. A. Harris. "Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  65. A. Harris. "Hope Photographs." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  66. A. Harris. "J. Paul Getty Museum." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  67. A. Harris. "Blue Sky Gallery, Portland, Oregon." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  68. A. Harris. "sheldon Art Galleries and Concert Hall, St. Louis, Mo." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  69. A. Harris. "Perkins Library, Duke University." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  70. A. Harris. "The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  71. A. Harris. "Ann Stewart Fine Art." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  72. A. Harris. "Duke Magaine." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  73. A. Harris. "AARP." (2006). photographs on web sites  [abs]
  74. A. Harris with Bruce Payne. "South Africa: The Cordoned Heart." (2006). A new essay on the photographic survey of the Second Carnegie Inquiry into Poverty and Development in Southern Africa for the revised brochure of the traveling exhibition, "South Africa: The Cordoned Heart." Because of changing conditions in South Africa, all brochure and exhibition texts were rewritten in 1991
  75. by Wayne Trujillo. "River of Traps: A Village Life." Latino Suave (February-March 2006): 10.
  76. A. Harris (photograph). "Life Begins at Sixty-Five." In Character: A Journal of Everyday Virtues 1.2 (Winter, 2005): 66-77. Photographs illustrating and article by Marc Freedman
  77. Bill Hogan. "Experience Counts." AARP Bulletin AARP. (September, 2005). article accompanied by Web exhibition of ten of my photographs on the AARP website [html]
  78. cover photograph by Alex Harris. "Spreading the News about People of Color." Urban Spectrum 19.2 (May, 2005).
  79. A. Harris (cover photograph). "Urban Spectrum." 19.2 (May, 2005).
  80. cover photograph by Alex Harris. "Learning from Urban Schools." Educational Leadership 62.6 (March, 2005).
  81. A. Harris (cover photograph). "Educational Leadership." 62.6 (March, 2005).
  82. Duke Magazine. "Engaging All Ages." 91.5 (Sept-Oct 2005): 15. review of my exhibit at Russell Rotunda in DC, three photographs reproduced [html]
  83. D. Anderson. "Writing about Literature in the Media Age." UNC Press. (2005). one A. Harris photograph reproduced in this book [html]
  84. Duke News Service. "Alex Harris Photos at US Senate." (July 2005).  [abs]
  85. A. Harris. "Engaging All Ages." Duke Magazine (September-October 2005). Three photographs reproduced and an article about US Senate Rotunda Exhibit
  86. Lynne Warren. "Encyclopedia of 20th Century Photography." Routledge Press. (2005).
  87. A. Harris. "Experience Corps: New Adventures in Service for Americans over 55." Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Website (Winter, 2004). Ongoing interactive web exhibit of my photographs of Experience Corps Volunteers from New York, Boston, and San Francisco./ This web exhibit originally on the RWJF main page [profiledetail.jsp]  [abs]
  88. A. Chomsky. "The Cuba Reader." Duke University Press. (2004): cover photograph by Alex Harris.
  89. A. Harris (cover photograph). "Der Unendilche Plan, a novel published by Isabel Allende." Verlag, Germany. (2004).
  90. A. Harris (four photographs). "Michael Hoffman Collection." Philadelphia Museum of Art/Aperture Books. (2004).
  91. A. Harris. "Outside the Ordinary," A tribute in Pictures to Michael E. Hoffman." Aperture, special issue (2004).
  92. with A. Harris and R. Gurwitt. "Subject of My Heart: Rainbow Intergenerational Child Care Program." Innovations, 5 Civic Ventures. (Winter, 2003). [cfm]
  93. A. Harris (photograph). "Blue Sky #38, Blue Sky Gallery, Oregon Center for the Photographic Arts, Portland Oregon." (December, 2003).
  94. A. Harris. "Walker Evans at Yale." (November, 2003). an introductory essay for the exhibition "Walker Evans at 100," at the Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University
  95. A. Harris. "Jose Marti and the Idea of Cuba." (November, 2003). an introductory wall text essay for the exhibition of the same title at the John Hope Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, Duke University
  96. A. Harris (photographs). "Experience Corps." Experience Corps, Washington, DC. (November, 2003). introduction by John Gomperts
  97. A. Harris. "Alex Harris 1998-2000." (Fall, 2003). two wall texts for "Havana 1998 photographs", and "Game Boy 2000," at Perkins Library, Duke University
  98. A. Harris. "Alex Harris Photographs 1998-2000, Images from The Duke University Special Collections Library." (September, 2003, ongoing). An ongoing web exhibition [available here]  [abs]
  99. with A. Harris and R. Gurwitt. "Finding God In All Things: Ignatian Lay Volunteer Corps." Innovations Series #6, Civic Ventures. (Summer, 2003). [cfm]
  100. A. Harris and Rob Gurwitt (photograph). "Finding God in All Things: Ignatian Lay Volunteer Corps." (July, 2003). Introduction by Marc Freedman, #6 in the Innovations publications series from Civic Ventures
  101. A. Harris and Rob Gurwitt (photograph). "Subject of My Heart: Rainbow Integenerational Child Care Program." (January, 2003). Introduction by Marc Freedman. #5 in the Innovations publication sseries from Civic Ventures
  102. C. Fusco and B. Wallis. "Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self." Harry Abrams. (2003). Photographs published in this book
  103. A. Harris (photograph). "Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of The American Self by Coco Fusco and Brian Wallis." International Center for Photography and Harry Abrams Publishers. (2003).
  104. text by Rob Gurwitt, photographs by Alex Harris. "Have Tools, Will Travel." Mother Jones Magazine (January-February 2003).
  105. A. Harris. "Visions of Cuba Photo exhibit juxtaposes modern-day country with hero's ideal." Durham Morning Herald (December 5, 2003).
  106. A. Harris and Robert Gurwitt (photograph). "Giving Shelter: RV Care-A-Vanners." (April, 2002). Introduction by Marc Freedman, #4 in the Innovations publications series from Civic Ventures
  107. with text by Rob Gurwitt and photographs by Alex Harris. "Fostering Hope." Morther Jones Magazine (April, 2002): 50-57.
  108. with A. Harris and R. Gurwitt. "Giving Shelter:RV Care-A-Vanners." Innovations, 4 Civic Ventures. (Spring, 2002). [cfm]
  109. A. Harris. "Inside Cars, cover photograph and photos with article." 2wice Magaine 5.2 (Spring, 2002).
  110. J. Enyeart. "Photographers Writers and The American Scene: Visions of Passage." Arena Editions. (2002). photographs published in this book
  111. Audrey Goodman. "Translating Southwestern Landscapes: The Making of an Anglo Literary Tradition." University of Arizona Press. (2002). cover photograph and chapter detailing significance of my photographic work in the Southwest
  112. introducatory text panel by Alex Harris, Kirk Felsman, and Alma Blount. "Visions and Voices of HIV Aids in Malawi, Ethiopia, and Zimbabwe." (2002). at the Council on Foundations Annual Meeting, Chicago, April 30, 2002, at European Council on Foundations Meeting, Belgium, July 2002, at the John Hope Franklin Center Duke University, November-December 2002
  113. A. Harris (photographs). "Photographers, Writers, and The American Scene: Visions of Passage." Arena Editions. (2002). One of thirty-five photographers and fifteen writers commissioned to participate in this book and traveling exhibition
  114. A. Harris (photographs). "Translating Southwestern Landscapes: The Making of an Anglo Literary Tradition, by Audrey Goodman." University of Arizona Press. (2002).
  115. Robert J. Hughes. "Futures and Options." The Wall Street Journal (May 10, 2002): w-2. review of exhibition at the Wellesley College Davis Museuum and Cultural Center
  116. A. Harris and Rob Gurwitt (photograph). "Lessons for Life: Experience Corps." (November, 2001). Introduction by Marc Freeeman. #1 in the Innovations publication series from Civic Ventures in San Francisco, Ca. Innovations profiles the work of creative organizations that engage older Americans in ew and compelling ways to revitalize their communities
  117. A. Harris and Rob Gurwitt (photograph). "The Art of Medicine: Samaritan House Free Clinic." (November, 2001). Introduction by Marc Freedman. #2 in the Innovations publications series from Civic Venure
  118. A. Harris and Rob Gurwitt (photograph). "Raising a Neighborhood: Hope Meadows." (November, 2001). Introduction by Marc Freedman. #3 in the Innovations publications series from Civic Venutures
  119. with A. Harris and R. Gurwitt. "Lessons For Life: Experience Corps." Innovations, Civic Ventures. (Fall, 2001). [cfm]
  120. with A. Harris and R. Gurwitt. "Raising a Neighborhood: Hope Meadows." Innovations, 3 Civic Ventures. (Fall, 2001). [cfm]
  121. with A. Harris and R. Gurwitt. "The Art of Medicine: Samaritan House Free Clinic." Innovations, 1 Civic Ventures. (Summer, 2001). [cfm]
  122. A. Harris. "HIV In Perspective: Photographs of HIV in Malawi, Zimbabwe and Ethiopia and North Carolina." (February 27, 2001). by Hart Fellows and Duke Undergraduates. A Two part exhibition opening February 27, 2001 at the Duke Center for Medical Ethics and the Humanities and in March at the Sanford Insitute of Public Policy. Introductory texts and didactic wall texts for both exhibits
  123. Introductory text panel by Alex Harris and Kirk Felsman. "Together We Do Good Work." (2001-2003). Childcare and Poverty Alleviation in Gujarat, India. Photographs by Sara Gomez, April 2001-October 2002 Sanford Institute of Public Policy, Duke University, Durham, NC, November 2002-April 2003 Bernard van Leer Foundation offices, The Hague
  124. A. Harris. "Heinle & Heinle English Language Learning Catalog, Cover photograph." (2001).
  125. A. Harris. "E contempornai, a Catalan literary magazine published in Barcelona Spain." (July-December 2001). Entire issue illustrated by New Mexico and Cuban photographs by Alex Harris
  126. Leach Ollman. "A Masters Long Shadow." The Los Angeles Times (August 26, 2001).
  127. A. Harris. "Hart Fellows Document Humanitarian Efforts Overseas." Document Vol. 3, #1 (2001): 23.
  128. A. Harris. "Fotografia, Alex Harris, un Americdano en La Corte Del Rey Jaime Ivam." Turia, #1925, 22-28 (December, 2000): 86.
  129. A. Harris. "Alex Harris: fotografia en el Ivam." Colegio Oficial de Aparejadores Y Arquitectors Tecnicos de Valencia (November, 2000): 19.
  130. A. Harris. "Illes en el temps" o la mirada creativa d'Alex Harris." Sabina Focas (October, 2000): 75.
  131. A. Harris (photographs). "Customized: Art inspired by Hot Rods, Low Riders, & American Car Culture." The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. (Fall, 2000). In association with a traveling exhibition
  132. Mark Banker. "Beyond the Melting Pot and Multiculturalism: Cultural Politics in Southern Appalachia and Hispanic New Mexico." Montana: The Magazine of Western History (Summer, 2000).
  133. by Cate McQuaid. "The Automobile as American Icon." The Boston Globe (November 10, 2000). Review of exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Arts
  134. A. Harris. "Islas en el Tiempo: Alex Harris muestra la humanidad y la fuerza de las communidades marginales." El Pais, Madrid Spain (November 18, 2000).
  135. A. Harris. "Fotografias ineditas de Alex Harris en la programacion de ontono del Ivam." Cultura, Valencia, Spain (November 6, 2000): 13.
  136. A. Harris. "Alex Harris y su mirada a las "Islas en el Tiempo." Communidad Valenciana (September 29, 0000). Page 24, "Alex Harris muestra en el IVAM la vida cotidiana de Nuevo Mexico y La Habana
  137. A. Harris. "Alex Harris Muestra en el Ivam su personal vision de La habana y Nuevo Mexico." El Mundo (September 29, 2000): 10.
  138. A. Harris. "El IVAM muestra la mirada comprometida de Alex Harris En sus fotografias de Nuevo Mexico." El Pais (September 29, 2000).
  139. A. Harris. "El Artista Americano Alex Harris expone sus "Islas en el Tiempo in el IVAM." Pendulo #185 (September 29, 2000): 1.
  140. A. Harris. "Alex Harris demuestra con 87 fotografias la intensa conexion entre Cuba y EE UU." Cultura (September 30, 2000): 24.
  141. A. Harris. "El Color hispano de Alex Harris." Fotografia (September 30, 2000): 24.
  142. A. Harris. "Alex Harris, Poesia de los Intangibles." El Cultural (October 25, 2000): 30.
  143. A. Harris. "Fotografias entre el documento y el arte, Alex Harris." Levante, El Mercantil Valenciano (November 3, 2000).
  144. A. Harris. "El fotografo Alex Harris da su vision de Cuba en la muestra que acoge el Ivam." Levante, El Mercantil Valenciano (November 5, 2000): 77.
  145. by Wayne Trujillo. "Rio De Las Trampas." The Colorado Hispanic Genealogist 2.3 (2000): 39-41.
  146. A. Harris (photograph). "Interiors." North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC, Exhibition Catalog (2000).
  147. Jewrry Callum. "Widening Photography's Eye." Atlanta Journal Constitution (January 7, 2000). Article about the "Signs of Life" exhibition curated by Alex Harris
  148. Karen Hines. "Duke Professor's Photographs of Hispanic life on display in Spain." Duke Dialogue (September 29, 2000): 1, 12.
  149. Ellen Berkovitch. "The Evolving Document." Pastiempo The Santa Fe New Mexican (August 3-9, 2000): 36-44. interview with and article about Alex Harris and Van Daren Coke
  150. by Michael Koster. "The Window." Art News (March, 1999). a review of my work in an exhibition at Scheinbaum and Russek Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  151. by Mary L. Scott. "River of Traps." JOW journal 38.1 (January, 1999): 122. a review of River of Traps
  152. photographs by Thomas Roma and Alex Harris. "Prime Time: How Baby Boomers will Revolutionize Retirement and Transform America, by Marc Freedman." Public Affairs Press. (1999).
  153. Leah Ollman. "The Color Line, Revisited." The Los Angeles times (November 3, 1999). Review of color exhibition at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles
  154. Karen Hines. "Harris photos tapped for display at LA's famed Gerry Museum." Duke Dialogue (October 29, 1999): 11.
  155. A. Harris. "The Duke Endowment 1997 annual report." (November, 1998). Includes an article and an extensive photographic essay from twenty years of Alex Harris's students from his "American Communities" class at Duke University
  156. A. Harris. "Paying Attention: The Cente for Documentary Studies." Trinity College Parent's Newsletter (Summer, 1998).
  157. A. Harris. "Club Kid, Creating a Class Magazine." (1998). an essay published by the Center for Documentary Studies and Literacy Through Photography in Artists in the Classroom: Ten Collaborative Projects, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts
  158. by Ruth Moose. "A New Life." The Pilot, Southern Pines, N.C. (March 19, 1998). Stories and Photos Show New South
  159. A. Harris. "Old and On Their Own, "Age and Independence." St. Petersburg Florida Times (May 17, 1998). A writer and two photographers set out to show the everyday lives of everyday people who hang on to their personal sovereignty past age 75, by John Cutter
  160. by Stan Hinden. "Old and On Their Own, "A Journey of Age and Spirit." Washington Post, Book World (May 25, 1998).
  161. reviewed by William Zimmer. "The West", Princeton University Art Museum." The New York Times, Photography Review (August 2, 1998). Reviewer writes about one of my photographs in this exhibition
  162. by Celia Berdes. "Old and On Their Own, "Insight Wisdom, and Inspiration." Buehler Center on Aging Newsletter 14.4 (Winter 1998-1999).
  163. A. Harris (two photographs). "Acequia Culture: Water, Land, and Community in the Southwest, by Jose Rivera." The University of New Mexico Press. (1998).
  164. A. Harris (two photographs). "Hope Photographs, by Alice Rose George and Lee Marks." Thames and Hudson Co.. (1998).
  165. A. Harris. "cover photo." American Scientist (January-February 1998).
  166. A. Harris (one photograph). "Curriculum Resource Guide." Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego. (1998).
  167. Geoff Edgers. "DoubleTake Loses Harris." Raleigh News and Observer (February 10, 1998).
  168. A. Harris. "Harris, DoubleTake Editor set to resign after March issue." The Chronicle, Duke University (February 18, 1998).
  169. A. Harris. "Seeking the Bond Between Social Concern and Everyday Life, "Arts and Ideas." The New York Times (Saturday March 14, 1998): A21.
  170. Mark Feeney. "Literary Conversations as Intriguing as written word." The Anchorage Alaska News (March 22, 1998).
  171. Stephen Longmire. "On Double Take." Afterimage (March/April 1998): 5.
  172. Alan Bisbort. "Good News, Magazines that will provide years of pleasure browsing and reading." Advocate, Hartford, CT (April 16, 1998).
  173. Scott Butki. "More Magazines Should Take Note of DoubleTake." Morning News of Northwest Arkansas (April 18, 1998).
  174. A. Harris. "Doing a DoubleTake." Newsweek (May 11, 1998).
  175. by Jordan Smith. "A New Life, "Southern Exposure." Afterimage (August, 1997).
  176. A. Harris. "A New Life." Photographers Forum (May, 1997).
  177. review by Cory Dugan. "A New Life." Memphis Tn. Flyer (March 13, 1997).
  178. A. Harris. "A New Life." Book World (February 2, 1997): 13.
  179. by Greg Langley. "A New Life, "A New Life Offers Good Stories, Evocative Photos." Baton Rouge Advocate (1997).
  180. by Anne Hanahan. "A New Life, "Enjoy These Stories and Pass the Grits." Charleston Post and Courier (1997).
  181. by David E. Brown. "A New Life, "The New New South." (March 1997).
  182. A. Harris. "A New Life,"The Unrecycled South," by Mary Jane Park." St. Petersburg Florida Times (February 16, 1997).
  183. A. Harris. "Best of the Best" 2 photographs." New Mexico Magaine 75th Anniversary Issue (1997).
  184. Michele Kurtz. "Students Put Pictures Into Words." Raleigh News and Observer (November 27, 1997): 3B.
  185. Chris Waddington. "Double Take's Alex Harris: A Man of Many Talents." New Orleans Times Picayune (May 9, 1997).
  186. Chuck Twardy. "Storytellers: The Center for Documentary Studies has many ways to document the world, but it's work is really about telling stories." Raleigh News and Observer (July 6, 1997).
  187. Melissa Bigner. "Taking a Closer Look." Southern Living (March 1997).
  188. Chris Waddington. "Talk of the Town." New Orleans Times Picayune (May 9, 1997).
  189. Peter Carlson. "DoubleTake's Common Interest." The Washington Post (March 25, 1997).
  190. A. Harris. "Uncommon Magazine." Minneapolis Start Tribune (March 29, 1997).
  191. Don McLeese. "DoubleTake is twice as good as othe reads." Austin American Statesman (March 18, 1997).
  192. A. Harris (photograph). "Perpetual Mirage: Photographic Narratives of the Desert West." (June, 1996). Published in association with an exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York edited by May Castleberry
  193. Marc Spiegler. "Double Vision." Wired (April, 1996).
  194. A. Harris. "Lectures, Photography Exhibit Explore Dislocation, Upheaval" by Robert Pincus." The Plain Dealer (November 10, 1996). A review of Transition/Dislocation, Fall 1996, a group show including twenty color photographs by Alex Harris of northern New Mexico, Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art, Cleveland, Ohio
  195. A. Harris. "Red White Blue and God Bless You." Art in New England Magazine (February/March 1996 issue): 64. Review by Miles Unger of exhibition at the Addison Gallery of American Art
  196. A. Harris. "Red White Blue and God Bless You, "Photo Exhibit scans New Mexico's color and culture" by Shirley Henderson." The Chicago TribuneSection 7, (December 6, 1996): 76.
  197. A. Harris (cover photograph). "Place Of The Pretend People, by Carolyn Kremers." Alaska Northwest Books. (1996).
  198. Robert L. Pincus. "Lectures, photography exhibit explore dislocation, upheaval." Cleveland Plain Dealer (November 10, 1996): 3-I.
  199. A. Harris. "Gift Saves Unusual Journal: DoubleTake's Acclaimed Work Gets It $10 Million." New York Times (April 12, 1996).
  200. Robert Coles. "A Magazine as Public Classrooms." Chronicle of Higher Education (November 22, 1996).
  201. Lynell George. "Recording the World with Lens and Pen." Los Angeles times (February 4, 1996).
  202. Stephen Martin. "When View Meets Voice." Duke Magazine (March/April 1996): 42.
  203. A. Harris. "Media Watch: The Environment and the Printed Page." Orion Magazine (Autumn 1996).
  204. A. Harris. "Life as it's lived." Columbia Journalism Review (July/August 1996).
  205. A. Harris. "New York Not Always The Focus of Photographic Excellence." Charlotte Observer (April 24, 1996).
  206. A. Harris. "A Magazine Targets Hope and Humanity." Charlotte Observer (May 12, 1996).
  207. A. Harris. "southwest photographs." Merian magazine, Germany (August, 1995): 24 & 25.
  208. Autumn Arnold. "Breathing Life into Life." Currents (July, 1995).
  209. David Walker. "DoubleTake Debuts." Photo District News (June, 1995).
  210. Chuck Hagen. "New Trends in Photography." Art News (February, 1995).
  211. A. Harris. "Red White Blue and God Bless You, "Recording the Spirit of the Southwest by Kate McQuaid." The Boston Globe (1995).
  212. A. Harris (color photo and text). "Color Photography, by Henry Hornstein." Little Brown & Co.. (1995): 46.
  213. A. Harris. "Documentary Magazine Makes Debut in April." The New York Times, Living Arts section (March 9, 1995): B2.
  214. Thomas Hackett. "Magazine Has Different Take on Life." Raleigh News and Observer (May 18, 1995).
  215. A. Harris. "A Forum for the Human Condition: Doubletake Contributors are from all walks of life." Dallas Morning News (Marcy 11, 1995).
  216. Chris Waddington. "DoubleTake Worth A Second Look." Times Picayune, New Orleans, La (June 23, 1995).
  217. A. Harris. "Giving Voice and View." Duke Alumni Magazine (July/August 1995): 46.
  218. A. Harris. "Voices and Visions out of the South." Richmond Times Dispatch (June 4, 1995).
  219. William Powers. "Engaging DoubleTake covers some tricky Territory." Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel (May 27, 1995).
  220. Mary Chen. "State of the Art: Double Take." Boston Phoenix (October 18, 1995).
  221. A. Harris. "Not-so-soft summer reading in Double Take Forbes." USA Today (June 13, 1995).
  222. A. Harris. "A Fe Things Considered." Newsweek (June 26, 1995): 58.
  223. Sharon Weightman. "Doubletaker Links images and stories, essays and poems." Jacksonville Times-Union (1995).
  224. A. Harris. "New Entry is worth a second look." Columbus Ohio Dispatch (July 3, 1995).
  225. Shawn O'Sullivan. "DoubleTake A Singular Sensation." New York Daily News (July 31, 1995).
  226. John Valentine. "Alive and unwired." The Independent (Jun2 20-28, 1995).
  227. James Ledbetter. "Press Clips." The Village Voice (July 4, 1995).
  228. Julia Scully. "The National Scence." Photography in New York (May-June 1995).
  229. Cynthia Greiner. "The Mag Trade." Washington Times (June 24, 1995).
  230. Gary Kamiya. "Bay City Best." San Francisco Examiner and Chronicle (July 23, 1995).
  231. A. Harris. "Talk of the Town." American Bookseller (November 1995).
  232. A. Harris. "Books in Brief." Houston Chronicle (June 18, 1995).
  233. A. Harris. "photographs and text on "Portraits of Aging." Ideas Magazine, from the National Humanities Center 3.1 (Summer, 1994).
  234. A. Harris (cover photograph). "The Christ Haunted Landscape by Susan Ketchin." (1994).
  235. A. Harris (photograph). "The Photograph and the American Indian by Alfred Bush." Princeton University Press. (1994).
  236. Mark Schultz. "Portraits of Aging." Durham Herald Sun (Sunday March 27, 1994).
  237. A. Harris. "Red White Blue and God Bless you." Mirage Magazine, Albuquerque, NM (Winter, 1993).
  238. A. Harris. "six photographs with an article on aging by Robert Coles, "Elderly and Undaunted." New Choices (March, 1993).
  239. A. Harris. "photographs of Robert Coles." Art News (March, 1993).
  240. A. Harris. "Red White Blue and God Bless You, "Moments of Light by Georgann Eubanks." The NC Independent (January, 1993).
  241. A. Harris. "three photographs with text by Richard Ford, for an article entitled, "I must be going." Utne Reader (January/February 1993).
  242. A. Harris. "40th Anniversary Issue, one photograph with texts page 26 and 27." Aperture #129 (1993).
  243. A. Harris. "Endpaper section photograph and text." The Chronicle of Higher Education (January 27, 1993).
  244. A. Harris. "Red White Blue and God Bless You." THE Magazine, Santa Fe, NM (December, 1992): 54-55.
  245. A. Harris. "Our Town issue, four photographs with text by Richard Ford." Aperture #127 (Spring, 1992).
  246. A. Harris. "Red White and God Bless You." The Albuquerque Journal (November 1, 1992).
  247. by Mary Fishser. "Red White Blue and God Bless you." The San Antonio Times (November 12, 1992).
  248. by Robert Adams. "River of Traps." The New York Review of Books (May 28, 1992).
  249. A. Harris (photograph). "Artists of 20th Century New Mexico: The Museum of Fine Arts Collections." The Museum of New Mexico Press. (1992). 1 photograph
  250. A. Harris. "Portraits Minus Faces: photos capture life in Northern New Mexico." Durham Herald Sun (December 22, 1992): G6.
  251. Sally Euclaire. "Conveying a powerful spiritual Culture." New Mexican, Santa Fe, N.M., Pasatiempo Magazine (October 23, 1992).
  252. Review by Melissa Pritchard. "River of Traps." The Nation (March 11, 1991). One River Schoolhouse
  253. A. Harris (photographs). "The Human Portrait, by Whiteford/Friedl." Prentice Hall. (1991). 3 Eskimo photographs
  254. A. Harris. "photograph of Robert Coles with Migrant child." People Magazine (December, 1990).
  255. A. Harris. "one (full page) photograph of an Eskimo girl on her first communion day." Life Magaine (May, 1990).
  256. A. Harris. "Beyond the Barricades." The Los Angeles Times Book Review (January 4, 1990).
  257. Review by Barbara Kingsolver. "River of Traps." The New York Times Book Review (September 23, 1990).
  258. A. Harris. "River of Traps." Publishers Weekly (August 3, 1990).
  259. by Congor Beasley Jr.. "River of Traps." The Kansas City Star (October 21, 1990).
  260. A. Harris (two photographs). "Aperture Issue #115, "New Southern Photography: Myth or Reality." (1990).
  261. A. Harris (photograph). "The Chronicle of Higher Education." (February 21, 1990): A7.
  262. A. Harris. "photographs of Robert Coles at work with children and elderly." U.S. News and World Report (December 3, 1990).
  263. A. Harris. "Documentary tradition to mark Duke center's gathering of history." Raleigh News and Observer (January 23, 1990).
  264. A. Harris. "Stories of Our Lives: "New Duke Center Heir to Tradition." Durham Sun (January 23, 1990).
  265. A. Harris. "Scholars Use Film, Family Albums, and Oral History to Document the Lives of Ordinary People." The Chronicle of Higher Education (February 12, 1990).
  266. A. Harris. "Photos Capture Lives of Disenfranchised." Spokesman, Spokane Washington (June 6, 1990).
  267. A. Harris. "Documenting Daily Lives." The Duke Alumni Magazine (June-July 1990): 39.
  268. Steven Litt (Tar Heel of the Week). "Glimpsing Other Worlds through the Camera's Eye." The Raleigh News and Observer (July 8, 1990).
  269. A. Harris. "Beyond the Barricades." The British Journal of Photography (November, 1989).
  270. A. Harris. "Light Factory's Ninth Annual Photographic Print Auction Catalogue (photograph)." Charlotte, NC. (April, 1989).
  271. A. Harris. "Art News (photograph)." (April, 1989): 246.
  272. A. Harris. "North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship exhibition catalogue, Essay, "Portraits Without People: Six North Carolina Artists," by Vernon Pratt." City Gallery of Contemporary Arts, Raleigh, NC. (March, 1989).
  273. Afterword by Alex harris. "The Transported: A South African Odyssey, by David Goldblatt, text by Philip Van Niekerk." Aperture and the Center for Documentary Studies. (1989). Interviews by Brenda Goldblatt
  274. "Introduction to 1989 University of New Mexico Press editionof The Old Ones." (1989).
  275. A. Harris. "Beyond the Barricades." The New Statesman (November 3, 1989).
  276. A. Harris (photographs). "Alaska: Reflections of Land and Spirit." University of Arizona Press. (1989). Cover photograph and photo series entitled, "The Last and First Eskimos"
  277. Morey Osteen. "Photo Opportunity." Duke Chronicle (March 10, 1989): 4-5.
  278. Max Halperen. "Fellows and Primitives." NC Leader (February 16, 1989): 23.
  279. Joseph Traugott. "Plush Autos Frame Lean Landscapes in Photos." Aubuquerque Journal (February 19, 1989).
  280. A. Harris. "The Incongruity of the Artist as Thinker." Raleigh News and Observer (February 19, 1989).
  281. Review by Anna Quindlen. "A World Unsuspected." The Washington Monthly (September, 1988).
  282. A. Harris. "Duke University Alumni Magazine." (January-February 1988 Issue).
  283. Georgeann Eubanks. "Single Still Moments." Duke Magazine (March-April 1988): 10-16.
  284. Mary Warner Marien. "Alex Harris: A Photographic Education." Views: The Journal of Photographic Education (July 1988 Issue).
  285. Review by Mark Muro. "A World Unsuspected." The Boston Globe (November, 1987).
  286. Charles Mason. "One Man's Perspective." Alaska Magazine (November, 1987).
  287. by Don O'Briant. "A World Unsuspected." The Atlanta Journal/Constitution Book Review Section (September, 1987).
  288. A. Harris. "One color photograph." New Mexico Magazine, seventy-fifth anniversary issue (January, 1987).
  289. Martha Eliassen. "Lasting Impressions." Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Kaleidoscope Magazine cover story (May 29,1 987).
  290. Jan Ingram. "Time With Eskimos taught photographer to truly see." Anchorage Daily News (May 31, 1987): E-4.
  291. Review by Walker Percy. "A World Unsuspected." The New York Times Book Review (October 11, 1987).
  292. Review by Desmond Ryan. "A World Unsuspected." The Charlotte Observer (October 12, 1987).
  293. Review by Mary Cornatzer. "A World Unsuspected." The Raleigh News and Observer (September 21, 1987).
  294. Book world column by John Blades. "A World Unsuspected." The Chicago Tribune (August 23, 1987).
  295. A. Harris. "Photographs of the Maya." Impact Magazine, Albuquerque Journal (1987).
  296. Nolan Hester. "Documents of Vision: Seeing the Big Picture with Alex Harris." Albuquerque Journal Impact Magazine 10.43 (August 1987). cover story
  297. A. Harris with Bruce Payne. "South Africa: The Cordoned Heart." (May, 1986). An essay on the photographic survey of the Second Carnegie Inquiry into Poverty and Development in Southern Africa for the catalogue of the traveling exhibition, "South Africa: The Cordoned Heart" opening at the International Center of Photography
  298. A. Harris. "South Africa: The Cordoned Heart, by William Hamilton." The Washington Post Magazine (June 8, 1986).
  299. A. Harris (cover photograph). "Enchantment and Exploitation, by William deBuys." University of New Mexico Press. (September, 1985).
  300. A. Harris. "9 color reproduction for "Private Moments: Reflections of Village Life." New Mexico Magaine (June, 1985).
  301. A. Harris (cover photograph and two full color reproductions, 14 halftone reproductions). "The Essential Landscape." University of New Mexico Press for the Museum of Fine Arts in Santa Fe, NM. (April, 1985). Photographs by ten New Mexican photographers, with text by J.B. Jackson
  302. A. Harris. "Cover photograph." Artspace Magazine, Southwestern Contemporary Arts Quarterly (Spring, 1985).
  303. photographs, AHF. "Handbook of North American Indians." The Arctic 5 Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.. (1985).
  304. A. Harris. "Stoic Survivors." Humanities Magazine 5.6 (December, 1984). photographic essay on Alaskan Eskimos with text by Robert Coles
  305. A. Harris (one photograph). "A Decade of Images." Horizon Magazine (December, 1984): 33.
  306. A. Harris. "The Last and First Eskimos." MD. Magazine (January, 1984). seven photographs accompanying text by Dr. Robert Coles
  307. A. Harris. "Gertrude Blom's Maya." The New York Times Sunday Magazine (March 25, 1984): 42-48.
  308. an article by Robert Coles with cover photograph and eleven back and white photographs by Alex Harris. "Never Say Die." Washington Post Magazine (November 18, 1984). southeast Asian children lving in the DC area
  309. A. Harris (four photographs). "A Celebration of Grandfathers." New Mexico Magazine (March, 1983).
  310. A. Harris. "Exhibition catalogue for "Tradition, Transition, New Vision." Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA. (May 13-June 19, 1983). in conjunction with the exhibition of the same title, two black and white photographs reproduced
  311. A. Harris. "One photograph." New York Times, Week in Review Section (August 7, 1983). back page
  312. Chris Nichols. "The Visual Language of Alex Harris." The Duke Chronicle, Aeolus magazine (February 3, 1982).
  313. A. Harris. "Exhibition catalogue for "The Last and First Eskimos." International Center for Photography. (1982).
  314. A. Harris. "Exhibition catalogue for "Elevan Santa Fe Photographers." Arles, France. (Summer, 1981).
  315. A. Harris. "Photography in the West." Rock Mountain Magazine (July/August 1980).
  316. A. Harris. "Readers Digest (French edition)." (November, 1979): 101.
  317. A. Harris. "Duke Alumni Register." (September-October 1979). cover photograph and series of Eskimo photographs within the issue
  318. A. Harris. "Aperture #81." (October, 1978). cover photograph and series of Eskimo photographs within the issue accompanying text by Robert Coles
  319. A. Harris. "Nouvel Observateur/Special Photo." Paris, France. (June, 1978): 18. accompanying text by George Bernard Shaw
  320. A. Harris (photographs). "I Shall Save One Land Unvisited." Gnomon Press, Frankfort, Kentucky. (1978). seven photographs
  321. A. Harris (photographs). "Photography Within the Humanities." Addison House Publishers, Danbury, NH. (1977): 143. text by Janis and MacNeil
  322. A. Harris. "The American Poetry Review." (November-December 1977). cover photograph and seven Eskimo photographs accompanying text by Robert Coles
  323. A. Harris. "The Old Ones of New Mexico." The New Yorker, Books in Brief (February, 1974).
  324. A. Harris. "Twilight at the Taft." Yale Alumni Magazine (1971). photographic essay with text
  325. by Paul Kleyman. "Old and On Their Own, "The Aging Spirit." Aging Today (July/August 1998).
  326. Marc Bernier. "The idea of Cuba." WNDB 1150AM, Daytona Beach, Florida ().

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