Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Interconnected Bodies' This Place: Amanda Coogan and Tonya McMullan, Millennium Arts Centre, Portadown, Exhibition Catalogue, March 2020.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Experiencing Material Traces of Frances Mezzetti’s Between and Beyond (2008)', January 2020, in:Action Irish Live Art Review.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Celina Muldoon SIRENS part III', November 2019, in:Action Irish Live Art Review.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Book Review: Asylum Archive' Irish Studies Review, September 2019.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'The Launch of The Mothership Project Satellite Findings (May 16, 2019, The Lab, Dublin)' July 2019, https://themothershipproject.wordpress.com/2019/07/07/the-launch-of-the-mothership-project-satellite-findings-may-16-2019-the-lab-dublin/
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘DIT Degree Show Review,’ Writer’s Choice, CIRCA Art Magazine, July 2018.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'EL Putnam and David Stalling, Ember at The Complex', This Matters Now, Circa Art Magazine, March 2018.
Antosik- Parsons, Kate, 'Fertile Ground: Maternal Entanglements in the work of EL Putnam (excerpts)' December 2017, in:Action Irish Live Art Review.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Fleeting Breath: Martin O'Brien at Dublin Live Art Festival August 2017, in:Action Irish Live Art Review.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘Review: Fionna Barber’s Art in Ireland Since 1910’, Artefact: The Journal of the Irish Association of Art Historians, Issue 6, 2013. https://img1.wsimg.com/blobby/go/d28f2596-da16-4231-9aae-42000b2dd5d8/downloads/Review_Fionna_Barber_s_Art_in_Ireland_S.doc?ver=1563451727500
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘Review: Dublin Contemporary’, Artefact: The Journal of the Irish Association of Art Historians, Issue 5, 2012.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Touch in Irish Performance Art: Haptic Encounters in Becoming Beloved (1995) and The Touching Contract (2016),' Scene (8/2020). https://doi.org/10.1386/scene_00030_1
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Women’s Troubles: Abject Femininity in Willie Doherty’s Same Difference and Closure' Etudes Irlandaises, 45-1, 2020. https://journals.openedition.org/etudesirlandaises/8891
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Visualising the Spirit of Freedom: Irish women’s citizenship and autonomy in Amanda Coogan’s Floats in the Aether' Review of Irish Studies in Europe, Vol 3, No 2, March 2020. http://www.imageandnarrative.be/index.php/rise/article/view/2410
McDonald, Niamh, Kate Antosik-Parsons, Karen E. Till, Gerry Kearns and Jack Callan, ‘Campaigning for Choice: Canvassing as Feminist Pedagogy in Dublin Bay North’ After the 8th: Rethinking Abortion Politics, eds. Kath Browne and Sydney Calkin, London: Zed Books, 2020.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘A Body is a Body: The embodied politics of women’s sexual and reproductive politics in Irish art and culture’, Reproductive Justice and Sexual Rights: Transnational Perspectives ed. Tanya Bahkru, New York: Routledge, 2019.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, 'Split Asunder: Obstetric Violence and Pain in Máiréad Delaney’s At What Point It Breaks (2017)', The Polish Journal of Aesthetics, Special Issue: The Affective Aesthetics of The Body in Pain, No. 51 (4/2018).
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘The Visibility of Women’s Ageing and Agency in Suzanne Lacy’s The Crystal Quilt (1987) and Silver Action (2013)’, Ageing Women in Literature and Visual Culture: Reflections, Refractions and Reimaginings, eds. Margaret O’Neill, Michaela Schrage-Frueh, CathyMcGlynn, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘‘The Development of Irish Feminist Performance Art in the 1980s and the early 1990s’ The History of Performance Art in Ireland, Ed. Aine Phillips, London: Live Art Development Agency and Reaktion Books, 2015.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘Pauline Cummins’, ‘Willie Doherty’, ‘Louise Walsh’, Volume III: Sculptors and Sculpture, 1600-2000, Art and Architecture of Ireland, Royal Irish Academy and Yale University Press, 2014.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘Noah’s Ark by Elizabeth Rivers’, Eire-Ireland, 47, 3 & 4 Fall/Winter 2012.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘Mobility, Migrancy and Memory: Visualizing Belonging and Displacement in Jaki Irvine’s The Silver Bridge (2003)’, Heritage, Diaspora and the Consumption of Culture: Movements in Irish Landscapes, Eds. Rebecca Boyd and Diane Sabenacio Nititham. London: Ashgate, 2014.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘Caoineadh na mairbh: Vocalising Memory and Otherness in the Early Performances of Alanna O’Kelly’, Nordic Irish Studies Journal, Special Issue: Cultural Memory and the Remediation of Narratives of Irishness, 2014.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘Suppressed Voices: The Suffering and Silencing of Irish Institutions Abuse Survivors in Áine Phillips’s Redress Performances’, Etudes Irlandaises, 2014.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘Masculinity in Crisis: The Construction of Irish Masculinities in Willie Doherty’s Non Specific Threat’, Irish Masculinities: Critical Reflections on Literature and Culture, Eds. Caroline Magennis and Raymond Mullen, Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2011.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘Bodily Remembrances: The Performance of Memory in Recent Works by Amanda Coogan’, Artefact: The Journal of the Irish Association of Art Historians, Issue 3, 2010. https://img1.wsimg.com/blobby/go/d28f2596-da16-4231-9aae-42000b2dd5d8/downloads/Bodily_Remembrances_The_Performance_of.pdf?ver=1563451727500
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘My Motherly Stigmata’, ‘Time’, ‘I will mark this moment’, ‘On the experience of live art’, New Anthology of Migrant Writers in Ireland, Ed. Theophilus Ejorh, Drogheda: Choice Publishing Company, 2012.
Antosik-Parsons, Kate, ‘Burden’, ‘Muse I’, ‘Revenge of Clytaemnestra’ Multimedia Visual Images, Intersections: Women’s and Gender Studies in Review Across Disciplines, Journal of University of Texas, Issue 5 “(The) future (of) feminisms”, 2007, 61-63. http://www.intersectionsjournal.com/issues.html