Edited Volumes
(In preparation, co-editor with Elizabeth Anthony and Joanna Sliwa). Older Jews and the Holocaust. Wayne State University Press in cooperation with the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, 2025.
(In preparation, co-editor with Sandra Lipner, Charlie Knight, Clara Dijkstra). Letters and the Holocaust: Methodology, Cases, and Reflections. Bloomsbury, 2025.
(In preparation, co-editor with Suzanne Bardgett and Dan Stone). Survivors of Persecution: Beyond Camps and Forced Labour. Palgrave Macmillan, 2024.
(co-editor with Chief editors Michal Frankl, Magdalena Sedlická, Wolfgang Schellenbacher, et al). Early Holocaust Testimony: Digital Edition,  2019.

Journal Articles (Peer-Reviewed)
(In preparation, with Dan Stone). “What was Known? Holocaust-era Letters as Sources of Knowledge Production.” Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 2025.
(In preparation) “Interrogating the Sacred: Maria and Maximillian Wortmann’s Letter from the Umschlagplatz,”  MAVCOR Journal, 2024.
“Finding Archival Traces of ‘Misery Trains’: Early Accounts of Transport Resistance after the Holocaust.” Journal of Transport History Special Issue: Mileage of the Rails. Interrogating Conflict Transports’ Histories, Practices, and Resonances, 2024
(with Elise Bath). “Shared Authority and Research Ethics at The Wiener Holocaust Library.” Culture Unbound: Special Issue, Bridging Research Praxes across Pluralities of Knowledge, 2024.
(with Dan Stone). “Women in Child Search: A Gendered View of Post-World War II Reconstruction.” European Review of History, November 2023.
(with Dan Stone). “Exhibiting the Missing: The World Jewish Congress’ London Exhibition of 1947, ‘The Search for the Scattered.’” The Journal of Holocaust Research 37, 2023.
“‘Privilege’ and Trauma: Sieg Maandag’s Climb Upwards.” American Imago 80, no 1 (Spring 2023): 81-106.
(with Michael Fleming and François Guesnet). "The Holocaust in Eastern Europe: Sources, Memory, Politics." Jewish Historical Studies: Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England 53 (2021).

Chapters in Edited Volumes
(In preparation). “‘Head of an Old Woman’: Nelly Wolffheim and the Voices of the Aged,” Older Jews and the Holocaust. Wayne State University Press in cooperation with the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, 2025.
(In preparation). “Refugees, Survivors, Archives: The Wiener Library in 1960s Britain,” Holocaust Memory in Britain in the 1960s, edited by Gabriel Finder, J. D. Steinert, and Dan Stone. Bloomsbury, 2025.
(Submitted, with Victoria Martínez). “Survivor Interviewers as Companions of Misery: A Comparative View from Post-war Sweden and England.” Survivors’ Toil/Beiträge des VWI zur Holocaustforschung, edited by Natalia Aleksiun and Éva Kovács. University of Toronto Press, 2025.
(In preparation, with Dan Stone). “Kloster Indersdorf: Child Survivors and Humanitarian Photography. Photography of Persecution: Pictures of the Holocaust, edited by Christoph Kreutzmueller, Jonathan Zatlin, and Tal Bruttmann.
“Those Left Behind: Early Search Efforts in Wartime and Postwar Britain,” Tracing and Documenting Victims of Nazi Persecution: History of the International Tracing Service (ITS) in Context, edited by Henning Borggräfe, Christian Hoeschler and Isabel Panek. De Gruyter, 2020.
“‘We are all Witnesses’: Eva Reichmann and the Wiener Library’s Eyewitness Accounts Collection,” Agency and the Holocaust – Essays in Honor of Deborah Dwork, edited by Mary Jane Rein and Thomas Kühne. Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.
(with Ben Barkow). “Early Holocaust Research, ‘Testimony’ and the Wiener Library.” Crimes Uncovered. The First Generation of Holocaust Researchers, edited by Hans-Christian Jasch, Stephan Lehnstaedt. Metropol, 2019.
“A Library Beyond its Walls: The ITS Digital Archive and the Future of the Wiener Library.” In Freilegungen: Wege, Orte und Räume der NS-Verfolgung, edited by Henning Borggräfe. Wallstein Verlag, 2016.
“Women Behind Barbed Wire: The Fate of Hungarian Jewish Women Reflected in ITS.” In Freilegungen: Spiegelungen der NS-Verfolgung und ihrer Konsequenzen, edited by Rebecca Boehling, Susanne Urban, Elizabeth Anthony and Suzanne Brown-Fleming. Wallstein Verlag, 2015.
“Introduction.” Alone in the Storm, by Leslie Vertes. Azrieli Foundation, 2015.
(with Gábor Kádár and Zoltán Vági). “Defying Genocide: Jewish Resistance and Self-rescue in Hungary.” In Jewish Resistance to the Nazis, edited by Patrick Henry. Catholic University Press, 2014.
“Drops in the Ocean: Rescue Operations of Jews in Southern France and Hungary during the Holocaust.” In The Holocaust: Essays and Documents, edited by Randolph Braham, 159-215. New York: Columbia University Press, 2010.
“Elusive ‘Texts’: Survivor Testimony and the Memory of Rescue during the Holocaust.” In Beyond Camps and Forced Labour: Current International Research on Survivors of Nazi Persecution. Proceedings of the International Conference 2006, edited by Johannes-Dieter Steinert and Inge Weber-Newth. Osnabrück: Imperial War Museum and Secolo Verlag, 2008.

Exhibition Catalogues 
(with Dan Stone). Death Marches: Evidence and Memory. The Wiener Holocaust Library and Stephen Morris, 2021.
(with Dan Stone). Fate Unknown: The Search for the Missing after the Holocaust. Wiener Library and Createspace, 2018.
(with Barbara Warnock). A Bitter Road: Britain and the Refugee Crisis of the 1930s and 1940s. Wiener Library and Createspace, 2016.
Schmidt van der Zanden, Christine, Art and the Holocaust: A Guide to the Samuel Bak Exhibition, Strassler Family Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Clark University, 2002.

Technical Studies
(with Anna Ullrich, Karel Berkhoff, et al.). European Holocaust Research Infrastructure Preparatory Phase H2020-INFRADEV-2019-2: Foresight Studies 3, February 2023.
(with Anna Ullrich, Karel Berkhoff, et al.). European Holocaust Research Infrastructure Preparatory Phase H2020-INFRADEV-2019-2: Foresight Studies 2, December 2021.
(with Anna Ullrich, Karel Berkhoff, et al.). European Holocaust Research Infrastructure Preparatory Phase H2020-INFRADEV-2019-2: Foresight Studies 1, February 2021.
Reviews and Review Essays 
Review of Bystander Society: Conformity and Complicity in Nazi Germany and the Holocaust by Mary Fulbrook in BBC History Extra (January 2024).
“Confronting the ‘Afterdeath’ of the Holocaust: Agency and Memory in Lawrence Langer’s Work,” Review essay of The Afterdeath of the Holocaust by Lawrence Langer. Yad Vashem Studies 51, no. 1 (2023).
Review of Rain of Ash: Roma, Jews and the Holocaust by Ari Joskowitz, in BBC History Extra (June 2023).
Review of Information Hunters: When Librarians, Soldiers, and Spies Banded Together in World War II Europe by Kathy Peiss. Library and Information History 37, no. 1 (2021): 93-94.
Review of Slave Labor in Nazi Concentration Camps by Marc Buggeln, in Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History, 26 May 2016.
Review of From the ‘Archive of Horrors’ to the ‘Shop Window of Democracy’: The International Tracing Service, 1942-2013, by Jennifer L. Rodgers in Dissertation Reviews, 15 January 2015.
Review of Survivors: Jewish Self-Help and Rescue in Nazi-Occupied Western Europe, by Bob Moore, in Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies, Fall 2011.
Review of Chrétiens et Juifs sous Vichy (1940-1944), by Limore Yagil, in Holocaust and Genocide Studies 21, no. 3 (2007): 500–503.
“Nazism and Its Career Proponents: Demographers, Policy Planners, Civil Servants, “Racial Experts”, Scientists, et al.” Review of Architects of Annihilation, by Goetz Aly and Susanne Heim, and of Karrieren im Nationalsozialismus, by Gerhard Hirschfeld and Tobias Jersak. H-German, H-Net Reviews, June 2007.
“Revisiting the Camps: New Research, New Reflections on the Nazi Camp System.” Review of Das digitale Archiv, by Thomas Grotum; Auschwitz: A New History by Laurence Rees; and Das KZ Ravensbrueck, by Bernhard Strebel. H-German, H-Net Reviews, May 2006.
Review of Joan Wolf, Harnessing the Holocaust:  The Politics of Memory in France (Stanford University Press: June 2004) in Holocaust and Genocide Studies 19, no. 2(2005):  295–297.
Review of Nitzan Aviram, Beyond Hitler’s Grasp, Boston Jewish Film Festival Review Guide, Boston Jewish Film Festival, November 2001.

(with Torsten Jugl). "The Ethics of Access and Display: A View from The Wiener Holocaust Library." Filming for Peace, Imperal War Museums, 2022.
(with Dan Stone). “Entangled Histories: Jewish and Roma and Sinti Victims of the Death Marches,” Wiener Holocaust Library Blog, 25 July 2021.
(with Dan Stone). “Trude Levi: The After-effects of the Death Marches and ‘Liberation’,” Wiener Holocaust Library Blog, 23 July 2021.
(with Greg Toth). “To Replicate or Not to Replicate? Our Question (and Reflections),” Wiener Holocaust Library Blog, 27 May 2020.
"Historical Meaning Beyond the Personal: Survivor Agency and Mediation in the Wiener Library's Early Testimonies Collection," EHRI Document Blog, 17 April 2019.
Visualising Methodology in the Wiener Library’s Early Testimonies’ Project,” EHRI Document Blog, 16 January 2018,
Beyond the Personal: How the International Tracing Service archive is helping one person trace his routes”. Association of Jewish Refugees Journal, September 2017.
The International Tracing Service Digital Collection at The Wiener Library,” History Online, 26 January 2015.
“International Tracing Service Archive Now Available for Family Research at the Wiener Library,” Association of Jewish Refugees Journal, October 2013.
Buchenwald/Halle,” United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington D.C., 2005.

Encyclopaedia and Dictionary Entries
(Forthcoming) “Alfred Wiener.” Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press, 2022.
100 + entries on subcamps of Sachsenhausen, Ravensbrück, Buchenwald, and Neuengamme in Geoffrey Megargee (ed.), Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933-1945, volume I. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 2009. Winner of the 2009 National Jewish Book Award: Holocaust as well as the 2010 Judaica Reference Award, among others.
 “Le Chambon-sur-Lignon,” and “André Trocmé,” ABC-CLIO Genocide Database, 2013.
“Holocaust Denial,” “Holocaust Documentation,” “Holocaust Trials,” and “Holocaust Resistance,” The Cambridge Dictionary of Jewish History, Religion, and Culture, edited by Judith R. Baskin, Cambridge University Press, 2011.
“Northeast, American (WWII),” “Office of Civilian Defense (WWII),” and “Office of War Information (WWII),” The Home Front Encyclopedia: United States, Britain, and Canada in World Wars I and II, edited by James Ciment, ABC-CLIO, 2006.

Doctoral Dissertation
Schmidt van der Zanden, Christine. “The Plateau of Hospitality:  Jewish Refugee Life on the Plateau Vivarais-Lignon,” doctoral dissertation, UMI:  October 2003.