Brigitte Sion is a renowned expert on memorials, monuments, commemorative practices and memory tourism associated with genocide or mass violence (Germany, Argentina, Cambodia, Netherlands, France, September 11, 2011).
- Absent Bodies, Uncertain Memorials: Performing Memory in Berlin and Buenos Aires, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, an academic imprint of Rowman Littlefield, forthcoming.
- Editor, Staging Violent Death: The Dark Performances of Thanatourism. London: Seagull Books, “Enactment” series ed. by Richard Schechner / distr. U. Chicago Press, forthcoming.
- “Conflicting Sites of Memory in post-Genocide Cambodia,” Humanity, vol. 1, No. 2, Spring 2011 (ed. Samuel Moyn).
- “Performing Memory: Berlin’s Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe,” in: Memory and Memorialization: From Absence to Representation, ed. Denis Peschanski. Paris: Hermann, forthcoming.
- “Missing Bodies, Conflicted Rituals: Performing Memory in Germany, Argentina, and Cambodia,” in After Violence: The Dynamics of Religion, Trauma, and Reconciliation, ed. Andrea Bieler and Hans-Martin Gutmann. Frankfurt: Otto Lembeck, 2011.
- “Affective Memory, Ineffective Functionality: Experiencing Berlin’s Holocaust Memorial,” in: Memorialization in Germany since 1945, ed. by William Niven and Chloe Paver. London: Palgrave/Macmillan, 2009.
She wrote some of the panels to the exhibition Reflecting on September 11, 2001 at the New York State Museum in Albany (opening September 2011).
- Interview with Cliff Chanin, from the 9/11 Memorial Museum