What’s Next? Eco Materialism & Contemporary Art
2018, Intellect, The University of Chicago Press
TO LIFE: Eco art in Pursuit of a Sustainable Planet
2012, University of California Press.
EnvironMentalities: Twenty-Two Approaches to Eco-Art
2007, Artnow Publications, Avant-Guardians: Textlets in Art and Ecology.
In the Making: Creative Options for Contemporary Art
2003, Co-published by D.A.P. New York and Thames & Hudson, UK.
In the Making: User’s Manual: Creative Options for Contemporary Art History Classes and Studio Art Classes
In the Making: Creative Options for Contemporary Art DVD
Art on the Edge and Over: Searching for Art’s Meaning In Contemporary Society
1970s-1990s, Art Insights Publications, 1996 – 2012. Introduction, Arthur Danto. Conclusion, Thomas McEvilley.
ANIMAL. ANIMA. ANIMUS
1999, Co-author/edit: Marketa Sepala. Published by the Pori Museum of Art,
Art What Thou Eat: Images of Food in American Art
1990, Contributors: Donna Gustafson, Gilbert T. Vincent, Kendall Taylor, Nan A. Rothschild. Published by Moyer Bell and distributed by Rizzoli Publishers.
Process and Product: The Making of Eight Contemporary Masterworks
1988. Co-author Donald Kuspit. Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College. Exhibition catalogue
British Pop Prints
1987, Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College. Exhibition catalogue
Pre-Modern Art of Vienna: 1848-1898
1987, Co-editor Leon Botstein. Contributors: Carl E. Schorske, John W. Boyer, Anton Pelinka, Wolfgang Greisenegger, Dietmar Goltschnigg, Jan E. Adlmann, Leon Botstein, Alessandra Comini, Erika Esau. Wayne State University Press.
The Maximal Implications of the Minimal Line
1985, Co-authors Donald Kuspit and Phyllis Tuchman. Exhibition catalogue.
Thomas Hart Benton: Chronicler of America’s Folk Heritage
1984, Co-authors Matthew Baigell, Archie Green, Alan Buechner. Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College.
LandMarks: New Site Proposals by 22 Pioneers of Environmental Art
1984, Authors: Lawrence Alloway, Erik Kiveat, Daniel Simberloff, Shelley Rice. Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College.
BOOKS PUBLISHED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EXHIBITIONS ORGANIZED
by Linda Weintraub:
The Odyssey in Ancient Art: An Epic in Word and Image
1992, Authors: Diana Buitron, Beth Cohen, Norman Austin, George Dimock, Thomas Gould, William Mullen,Barry Powell, Michael Simpson. Curators: Diana Buitron and Beth Cohen. Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College.
The Transparent Thread: Asian Philosopy in Recent American Art
1990, Authors, Geri de Paoli and Gail Gelburd. Penn State Press. Curators: Geri de Paoli and Gail Gelburd.
Sequence and (CON)Sequence: (SUB)Version of Photography in the 80S
1989, Authors: Julia Ballerini, Lori Zippay and William S. Wilson. Aperture Press. Curator: Julia Ballerini.
The Arts at Black Mountain College
1987, Author: Mary Emma Harris. MIT Press.
Curator: Mary Emma Harris.
Charmed Places: Hudson River Artists and Their Houses, Studios and Vistas
1987, Harry N. Abrams publisher. Authors, Sandra Phillips, James Marston Fitch, Albert Fein, Donnelson Hoopes, William B. Rhoads. Curator: Sandra Phillips.
Archipenko: Drawings, Reliefs, and Constructions
1986, Author, Joan Marter. Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College. Exhibition catalogue
Herakles: Passage of the Hero Through 1000 Years of Classical Art
1986, Author Jamie Uhlenbrock. Aristide D. Caratzas, Publisher. Curator: Jamie Uhlenbrock.
The Graphic Legacy of Paul Klee
1986, Author, Jim Jordan. Curator: Jim Jordan. Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College.
1986, Curator: Deborah Drier. Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College.
Byrdcliffe: Life by Design. Woodstock’s Original Craft Arts Cology
1985, Co-curated with Robert Edwards. Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College. Exhibition catalogue.
In Search of the Picturesque: Nineteenth Century Images of Industry Along the Hudson
1983, Author, Kenneth Maddox. Curator: Kenneth Maddox. Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College.
Ornament and Glory: Theme and Theory in the Works of Karl Knaths
1982, Authors Jim Young, Jean Young, Judith Rothschild. Curators: Jim and Jean Young. Edith C. Blum Art Institute, Bard College.