Bernstein, Jay H. (2015). "Transdisciplinarity: A review of its origins, development, and current issues." Journal of Research Practice 11(1), article R1. Retrieved from http://jrp.icaap.org/index.php/jrp/article/view/510/436
Bernstein, Jay H. (2014) “Disciplinarity and transdisciplinarity in the study of knowledge.” Informing Science 17, 241-273. Retrieved from http://www.inform.nu/Articles/Vol17/ISJv17p241-273Bernstein0681.pdf
Bernstein, Jay H. (2011) “Shamanic knowledge: the challenge to information science.” Advances in the Study of Information and Religion 1 (article 7): 128-150. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.kent.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1027&context=asir
Bernstein, Jay H. (2010) “Folk concepts.” In 21st Century Anthropology: A Reference Handbook, edited by H. James Birx, 848-855. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publications.
Bernstein, Jay H. (2009a) “Nonknowledge: the bibliographical organization of ignorance, stupidity, error, and unreason: part two.” Knowledge Organization 36(4): 249-260.
Bernstein, Jay H. (2009b) “Nonknowledge: the bibliographical organization of ignorance, stupidity, error, and unreason: part one.” Knowledge Organization 36 (1): 17-29.
Bernstein, Jay H. (2009c) “The data-information-knowledge-wisdom hierarchy and its antithesis.” Proceedings North American Symposium on Knowledge Organization 2: 68-75. Retrieved from http://iskocus.org/publications/nasko2009/Bernstein-NASKO2009.pdf
Bernstein, Jay H. (2007) “New York placenames in film titles.” Names 55 (2): 139-166.
Bernstein, Jay H. (2006) “From the ubiquitous to the nonexistent: a demographic study of OCLC WorldCat.” Library Resources & Technical Services 50 (2):79-90.
Bernstein, Jay H. (2004) “Taman shamanism (Borneo).” In Shamanism: An Encyclopedia of World Beliefs, Practices, and Cultures, edited by Mariko Namba Walter and Eva Jane Neumann Fridman, 842-847. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-Clio.
Bernstein, Jay H. (2002) “First recipients of anthropological doctorates in the United States, 1891-1930.” American Anthropologist 104 (2): 551-564. (Special centennial issue.)
Bernstein, Jay H. (2000) “An Interview with George De Vos.” Organdi Quarterly, no. 1. Retrieved from https://www.academia.edu/843839/An_interview_with_George_De_Vos
Bernstein, Jay H. (1998) “The perils of Laura Watson Benedict: a forgotten pioneer in anthropology.” Philippine Quarterly of Culture & Society 26 (3): 165-191. Special Issue: Commemorating our first twenty-five years: Selected papers. (Reprint of Bernstein 1985.)
Bernstein, Jay H. (1997a) Spirits Captured in Stone: Shamanism and Traditional Medicine among the Taman of Borneo. Boulder, Colo. and London: Lynne Rienner Publishers.
Bernstein, Jay H. (1997b) “The deculturation of the Brunei Dusun.” In Indigenous Peoples and the State: Politics, Land, and Ethnicity in the Malayan Peninsula and Borneo, edited by Robert L. Winzeler, 159-179. Monograph 46. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Southeast Asia Studies.
Bernstein, Jay H. (1996) “Higher order categories in Brunei Dusun ethnobotany: the folk-classification of rainforest plants.” In Tropical Rainforest Research--Current Issues, edited by D.S. Edwards, W.E. Booth, and S.C. Choy, 435-450. Monographieae Biologicae 74. Dordrecht and Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Bernstein, Jay H. (1993a) “Poisons and antidotes among the Taman of West Kalimantan, Indonesia.” Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 149 (1): 3-21.
Bernstein, Jay (1993b) “The shaman’s destiny: symptoms, affliction, and the re-interpretation of illness among the Taman.” In The Seen and the Unseen: Shamanism, Mediumship, and Possession in Borneo, edited by Robert L. Winzeler, 171-206. Borneo Research Council Monograph Series, vol. 2. Williamsburg, Va.: Borneo Research Council.
Bernstein, Jay H. (1990) “The infusion of teachers from eastern Indonesia into West Kalimantan.” In Patterns of Migration in Southeast Asia, edited by Robert R. Reed, 182-190. Berkeley, Calif.: Centers for South and Southeast Asian Studies.
Bernstein, Jay H. (1985) “The perils of Laura Watson Benedict: a forgotten pioneer in anthropology.” Philippine Quarterly of Culture & Society 13 (3): 171-197.
Bernstein, Jay H. and Roy Ellen (1995) “Licuala palms in Brunei Dusun ethnobotany.” Brunei Museum Journal 10: 97-110.
Bernstein, Jay H., Roy Ellen, and Bantong Antaran (1997) “The use of plot surveys for the study of ethnobotanical knowledge: a Brunei Dusun example.” Journal of Ethnobiology 17 (1): 69-96.
Ellen, Roy, and Jay Bernstein (1994) “Urbs in rure: cultural transformation of the rainforest in modern Brunei.” Anthropology Today 10 (4): 16-19.