Press:

Video:
•Stahl, Roger. Returning Fire - Interventions in Video Game Culture. Documentary Film, Media Education Foundation.

Books:
•Crogan, Patrick. Gameplay Mode: War, Simulation and Technoculture. University of Minnesota Press.
•Chan, Dean. “Dead-in-Iraq: The Spatial Politics of Digital Game Art Activism and the In-Game Protest.” Joystick Soldiers: the Politics of Play in Military Video Games. Nina B. Huntemann and Matthew Tomas Payne, editors. Routledge, New York.
•Raley, Rita. Tactical Media. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
•Stahl, Roger. Militainment, Inc.: War, Media, and Popular Culture. New York: Routledge.
•Winet, Jon. “Joseph DeLappe Interview.” Computer Games and Art: Intersections and Interactions. Andy Clarke and Grethe Mitchell editors. Intellect Books, UK/USA
•Bittani, Matteo and Domenico Quarana. “Joseph DeLappe.” GameScenes: Art and Videogames. Johan & Levi: Italy

Reviews/Articles/Catalogs/Citations:
2011
•Artspy, China. “Screen Shot: Joseph DeLappe
•Coscarelli, Joe. “Hosni Mubarak for Sale on Ebay." The Village Voice Blog.
•Mina, An Xiao, “Critiquing America from China.” Hyperallergic: Sensitive to Art & Its Discontents.
•Sanderson, Edward. “Virtue in De-Virtualizing.” ARTslant, China.
•Mina, An Xiao. “Always Social: Social Media Art (2004-2008), Part One.” Hyperallergic: Sensitive to Art & Its Discontents.

2010
•Ganesan-Ram, Sharmila. “Being Mohandas Gandhi.” The Times of India, India.
•Mazzarella, William. “Branding the Mahatma.” Cultural Anthropology: Journal of the Society for Cultural Anthropology. Volume 25 Issue 1, VA

2009
Roy, Amit. “American Pays 17ft Tribute to Gandhi.” The Telegraph India Calcutta, India

2008
•Borysevicz, Mathieu. “Guangzhou Triennial.” Art in America. December
•McIntyre, Sophie. “Farewell? A Review of the Shanghai Biennale, Guangzhou
Triennial and the Tapei Biennial.” Art Monthly Australia. Nov. 2008, Issue 215.
•“Farewell to Post-Colonialism: The Third Guangzhou Triennial.” Exhibition Catalog, Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, China
•“Imagine Post-Colonialism.” Le Voyage D’Orient, Life Magazine, China
•Amir, Yaelle. “dead-in-iraq.” Code – Life and Artstyle. Issue 6, Spring 2008, Belgium
•Buuck, David. “Interruption of Hierarchies at the Mary Porter Senson Gallery.” Artweek. September.
•Staunton, Claire Louise. “A Short Tour of Three Major Contemporary Art Exhibitions in China, Part 1: Third Guangzhou Triennial.” Rhizome.org.
•Feffer, John. “Memorializing Iraq.” Foreign Policy in Focus. 19 March.
•Chuk, Natasha. “The Salt Satyagraha.” Furtherfield.org. 24 July.
•Cavalli, Earnest. “Second Life Artist Recreates Gandhi's 'Salt March'.” Wired.com. 12 March.
•Murphy, Kyle and Elizabeth R. Stark. “Gandhi's Second Life - Digital Gandhi hobnobs with dragons, baby tigers.” nyc24.org.
•“Artist Recreates Gandhi's Salt March Protest in Second Life.” GamePolitics.com. 12 March.
•Editors. “The Best of Instructables Volume I: Do-It-Yourself Projects from the World's Biggest Show & Tell.” MAKE Magazine and Instructables.com. Make Books; 1st ed.

2007
•“Gameworld – Games on the Edge of Art, Technology and Culture.” Exhibition Catalog, Laboral Centro de Arte Y Creacion Industrial, Gijon, Spain
•Hutcheon, Stephen. “Game Activist Becomes Cannon Fodder for a Cause.” The Sydney Morning Herald Australia
•Dauphin, Gary. “One Life to Live: futurism/videogames/temporary autonomous zones/warcraft/adultery.” Bidoun: Arts and Culture from the Middle East. Spring Issue 10
•Gregson, Kimberly. “Bad Avatar! Griefing in Virtual Worlds.” M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture. October, Volume 10, Issue 5
•Clark, Josh. “How America’s Army Works”, Howstuffworks.com.
•Brecher, Jeremy and Brendan Smith. “A Moratorium Wired to Stop the War.” The Nation.com.
•jschumanmc75. “What If We Played A War And Nobody Won? Critical Approaches to War in Videogame Art.”

2006
•Dewilche, Aaron. “Game Theory.” San Antonio Current. 24 October.
•Halter, Ed. “Playing Dead.” Arthur Magazine. Issue #23.
•Clarren, Rebecca. “Virtually Dead in Iraq.” Salon.com. 16 Sept.
•Craig, Kathleen. “Dead In Iraq: It’s No Game.” Wired.com.
•Lechner, Marie. “Un Memorial pour les Morts en Irak.” Liberation Ecrans. 9 2006. Paris, FR.
•Olson, Marisa. “Deadly Games.” Rhizome.org. 5 2006.
•Kuo, Li C. “A New Kind of Art Form Leads to a New Kind of Protest.” Gamespy. 23 May.
•Stuart, Keith. “America’s Casualties.” Gamesblog: The Guardian UK Online. 26 May
“Online Memorial and Protest.” Networked Performance, Turbulence.org. 29 April
•Reynolds, Ren. “dead-in-iraq.” Terranova. 5 May.
•“In Game War Protest.” Womengamers.com. 19 May.
•Orland, Kyle. “Anti-war Protest in America’s Army.” Joystiq.com. 18 September.
•Martinsen, Johann. “I de dodas namn.” gameplayer.se. 21 Nov.

2005
•“Monitor Internet: il rebelli de web.”(The Rebels of the Web) Glamour Magazine Italy. October

2003
•“Ride – The Work of Joseph DeLappe.” Catalog: Interview by Jon Winet, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV
•Mirapaul, Matt. “Take that Monica, Kapow Chandler.” The New York Times. 3 March