In press: Sisters in the Life: 25 Years of Out African American Lesbian Mediamaking (1986–2011), ed. with Yvonne Welbon (forthcoming, Duke University Press, 2018).
Under contract review: AIDS and the Distribution of Crisis, ed. with Jih-Fei Cheng and Nishant Shahani.
Seeking a press: AIDS Crisis Revisitation: Conversations on Media, Memory and HIV, with Theodore Kerr.
Dr. Juhasz's book, Blackwell Companion to Film Studies: Documentary, presents a comprehensive collection of essays relating to all aspects of contemporary documentary films. Co-edited with Alisa Lebow (Cambridge, MA, Wiley-Blackwell Press, 2015).
Dr. Juhasz's first book, AIDS TV: Identity, Community and Alternative Video (Duke University Press, 1996) is about the contributions of low-end video production to political organizing and individual and community growth.
Her second book is comprised of transcribed interviews from her documentary about feminist film history, Women of Vision, with accompanying introductions (Minnesota University Press). Her third book, F is for Phony: Fake Documentary and Truth’s Undoing, was co-edited with Jesse Lerner, from the University of MN Press.
Her innovative "video-book," Learning from YouTube, was published in 2011 by MIT Press. Her earlier digital effort is Media Praxis: A Radical Web-Site Integrating Theory, Practice and Politics. She blogs on this and other projects at www.aljean.wordpress.com.