2020 Simic, O. Daisy in the dirt. In Visualising women’s historical injustices of war and violence in Historical Dialogue, Preventions of Mass Atrocities. Routledge.
2019 Withers, D.M. Wounding poppies: hyper-commemoration and aesthetic interventions. Critical Military Studies.
2018 Gough, P. Dead Ground, War and Peace, Remembrance and Recovery. Sansom &Co.
2017 - Withers, D.M. Critical response to Ritchie's work as part of Exhibiting Gender, Curating Conflict at Bristol University,
available as a PDF download from http://www.gailritchie.com/blog. See June 2017 entry.
2017 Review by Slavka Sverakova of Unafraid Red at QSS Gallery. The exhibition was curated by Dr. Colin Darke.
2015 Opening reception of Intimate Transgressions, White Box Gallery, New York. Film by Sino Vision (online)
2015 Russell,S. Art and Awareness:The making of Intimate Transgressions. Womens'Voices for Change (online)
2015 Ritchie,G. Looking For Frank. Critical Military Studies,2015,pp. 1-9
2015 Gough,P. (Ed),. Back From the front: Art, memory and the aftermath of war, pp. 118-119 _http://issuu.com/bristolculturaldevelopmentpartnership/docs/back_to_the_front/1
2014 BBC 3: Free Thinking: Wood and Trees, War and Remembrance
2011 Gough, P. Cultivating dead trees. The legacy of Paul Nash as an artist of trauma, wilderness and recovery. Journal of War and Culture Studies, 4 (3), pp. 323 -340. [http://www.maneyonline.com/toc/wac/4/3]