Baird, Kingsley. “‘The Past We Harvest that was Yours:’ The Rhetoric of National Identity and the Legacy of the Unknown Warrior in New Zealand Memory.” In The Enduring Impact of the First World War: A Collection of Perspectives, Bulletin of the Auckland Museum 21, edited by Gail Romano and Kingsley Baird, 19-26. Auckland: Auckland War Memorial Museum, 2020.
Baird, Kingsley. “Memorial Chairs and Transitory Fictive Kinship in the Centenary Commemoration of the End of the First World War.” In Commemorating the First World War: Experiencing 11 November 2018, edited by Shanti Sumartojo, 136-47. London: Bloomsbury, 2020.
Phillips, Jock and Kingsley Baird. “Centenary of the First World War in New Zealand.” In 1914-1918 online: International Encyclopedia of the First World War, edited by “Centenary” Section Editors, Michal Kšiňan, Nicolas Offenstadt, and Bruce Scates. Berlin: Freie Universität Berlin, 2020.
Baird, Kingsley. “Naming Rights: Conflict, Coexistence, and Restoration in the Memorial Landscape of New Zealand’s Capital City.” In Militärgeschichtliche Zeitschrift 78 (1), edited by Jörg Hillmann and Michael Epkenhans, 1-18. Berlin: De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2019.
Baird, Kingsley. “Hokopanopano Ka Toi Moriori (Reigniting Moriori Arts): Memory Work on Rēkohu (Chatham Islands).” In Memory Connection 3 (1) Memory Works, edited by Kingsley Baird, Kendall R. Phillips, and Ekaterina Haskins, 262-87. Wellington and Syracuse: Massey University and Syracuse University, 2019.
Baird, Kingsley. “Exhibiting Spectacle and Recasting Memory: Commemorating the First World War in New Zealand.” In Monument Culture: International Perspectives on the Future of Monuments in a Changing World, edited by Laura Macaluso. Lanham, MD: American Association for State and Local History and Rowman & Littlefield, 2019.
Baird, Kingsley. "The Anzac Pair: An Allegory of National Identity." In The Anzac Pair, edited by Kingsley Baird, 6-33. Waiouru, New Zealand: National Army Museum Te Mata Toa and Wellington: Massey University, 2017. Contributing authors: Ian McGibbon, Peter Stanley, and Kingsley Baird. Foreword by Windsor Jones, Senior Curator, National Army Museum Te Mata Toa.
Baird, Kingsley. “A cast of thousands: 'Stela' at Militärhistorisches Museum der Bundeswehr, Dresden.” In Memory Connection, 2 (1) The Cultures of Memory, edited by Ekaterina Haskins, 43-67. Wellington and Syracuse: Massey University and Syracuse University, 2016.
Baird, Kingsley. “Sensing memory.” In Memory Materiality Sensuality, Memory Studies 2016 9 (1) edited by Lindsey A. Freeman, Ben Nienass and Rachel Daniell, 99-106. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications, 2015. Baird, Kingsley. “The material of remembrance: Their name liveth for evermore?” In Endurance and the First World War: Experiences and Legacies in New Zealand and Australia, edited by David Monger, Sarah Murray, and Katie Pickles, 263-283. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014.
Baird, Kingsley. "Stela - Im Tod sind alle Kameraden." In 14 – Menschen – Krieg: Essays (zur Ausstellung zum Ersten Weltkrieg), edited by Gerhard Bauer, Matthias Rogg, and Gorch Pieken, 230-239. Dresden: Sandstein Verlag / Militärhistorisches Museum der Bundeswehr, 2014. German.
Baird, Kingsley. “The Consolation of the Familiar.” In The Great Adventure Ends: New Zealand and France on the Western Front, edited by Nathalie Philippe, Christopher Pugsley, John Crawford, and Matthias Strohn, 391-405. Christchurch, New Zealand: John Douglas Publishing, 2013.
Baird, Kingsley. "In memoriam: Le présent et l'absent / In memoriam: The present and the absent." In Tomb Kingsley Baird: Artist in Residence at Historial de la Grande Guerre, edited by Kingsley Baird, 23-46. Péronne, France: Historial de la Grande Guerre, 2013. Contributing authors: Jay Winter, Annette Becker, and Kingsley Baird. Foreword by Hervé François, Director, Historial de la Grande Guerre. French / English.
Baird, Kingsley. “Patterns of Ambivalence: The Space between Memory and Form.” In Rhetoric, Remembrance, and Visual Form: Sighting Memory, edited by Anne Teresa Demo and Bradford Vivian, 113-127. New York: Routledge, 2012.
Baird, Kingsley. Diary Dagboek. Ieper, Belgium: In Flanders Fields Museum, 2007.