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Living Books

Janneke Adema

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Pirate Philosophy

Gary Hall

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Digital Feeling

Adrienne Evans & Sarah Riley

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Postfeminism and Health

Sarah Riley, Adrienne Evans, & Martine Robson

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Bowie, Simon. 2024. “The British Library Hack Is a Warning for All Academic Libraries.” LSE Impact of Social Sciences (blog). March 19, 2024.
Balfour, Lindsay. 2024. “Postdigital Intimacies and Excarnation in FemTech.” TOPIA: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies 48 (Platform Intimacies Special Issue).
Plasatis, Alexandros. 2023. “Don’t Marginalise Migrants.” The Bookseller, December 18, 2023.
Alatrash, Saif, Sylvester Arnab, and Kaja Antlej. 2023. “Communicating Engineering Heritage through Immersive Technology: A VR Framework for Enhancing Users’ Interpretation Process in Virtual Immersive Environments.” Computers & Education: X Reality 3 (December): 100040.
Fathallah, Judith May. 2023. Killer Fandom: Fan Studies and the Celebrity Serial Killer.
Kiesewetter, Rebekka. 2023. “Reading Differently: Expanding Open Access Definitions Towards Greater Knowledge Equity.” PhD, Coventry, UK: Coventry University.
Bowie, Simon. 2023. “Protecting User Privacy on the COPIM Project.” Community-Led Open Publication Infrastructures for Monographs (COPIM) (blog). August 17, 2023.
Kiesewetter, Rebekka. 2023. “The Community Forming Potential of Cartonera Publishing.” Cultural Studies, August.
Fathallah, Judith. 2023. “‘When It Comes to the True Crime Community, Taylor Is a Legend’: Social and Symbolic Capital among Murderabilia Fans.” International Journal of Cultural Studies, August, 13678779231191810.
Kiesewetter, Rebekka. 2023. “Preserving Combinatorial Books.” Copim (blog). April 28, 2023.
Balfour, Lindsay. 2023. The Digital Future of Hospitality. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Evans, Adrienne, and Sarah Riley. 2023. Digital Feeling. Palgrave Macmillan.
Walker, Kevin. 2023. “Twelve Countries and Nine Earths: RAI Film Festival 2023- Online Conference.” Proceedings of RAI Film Festival 2023- Online Conference, March.
Kiesewetter, Rebekka. 2023. “The Community Forming Potential of Cartonera Publishing.” Cultural Studies 0 (0): 1–4.
Kiesewetter, Rebekka. 2023. “Reading Differently: Expanding Open Access Definitions Towards Greater Knowledge Equity.” Doctoral dissertation, Coventry: Coventry University.
Westwood, Hannah L. 2023. “Reinventing the Beauty Myth? FemTech’s Cost to the Consumer.” In FemTech: Intersectional Interventions in Women’s Digital Health, edited by Lindsay Anne Balfour, 47–71. Singapore: Springer Nature.
Balfour, Lindsay Anne, ed. 2023. FemTech: Intersectional Interventions in Women’s Digital Health. Singapore: Springer Nature.
Adema, Janneke, Simon Bowie, and Julien McHardy. 2023. “Experimental Publishing Compendium.” COPIM. 2023.
Dalfini, Marzia, Maddalena Fragnito, and Sara Leghissa. 2023. La scuola ha riaperto come dopo una nevicata. Nero Editions.
Balfour, Lindsay, ed. 2023. Who Is FemTech For?: Intersectional Interventions in Women’s Digital Health. Sydney: Palgrave Macmillan.
Walker, Kevin. 2022. “A Topian Artistic Methodology.” Journal for Artistic Research 28 (December).
Balfour, Lindsay. 2022. FemTech World Podcast- Episode 2 Femtech Apps and Data Protection.
Adema, Janneke, Simon Bowie, Gary Hall, and Rebekka Kiesewetter. 2022. “A Workflow for Combinatorial Books.” Copim (blog). December 1, 2022.
Daily Rituals: Daily Rituals. 2022.
Campbell, Paul Ian, and Marcus Maloney. 2022. “‘White Digital Footballers Can’t Jump’: (Re)Constructions of Race in FIFA 20.” Soccer & Society 23 (8): 894–908.
Adema, Janneke, and Rebekka Kiesewetter. 2022. “Experimental Book Publishing: Reinventing Editorial Workflows and Engaging Communities.” Commonplace, November.
Kiesewetter, Rebekka. 2022. “A Community of Communities.” Copim (blog). October 27, 2022.
Schmid, Helga, and Kevin Walker. 2022. “Algorithmic Cultures of Time: Counterparts: Exploring Design Beyond the Human.” In .
Treloar, Marley. 2022. “Recycle Archaeology: Community Reuse of Archaeological Disposals.” Makings Journal Volume 3 (Issue 1).
Willis, Peter. 2022. “The Radical Bookstore: Counterspace for Social Movements.” Social & Cultural Geography 23 (8): 1193–94.
F0lded 1n: AI. 2022.
Joy, Eileen A. Fradenburg, Janneke Adema, and COPIM. 2022. “Open Book Collective: Our Organisational Model.” Copim, September.
Balfour, Lindsay. 2022. FemTech and Data Privacy.
Riley, Sarah, Adrienne Evans, and Martine Robson. 2022. Postfeminism and Body Image. 1st edition. Routledge.
Fariman, Mahsa Alami. 2022. “Closedness and Openness in Tehran; a Feminist Critique of Sennett.” Gender, Place & Culture 0 (0): 1–22.
Bowie, Simon. 2022. “Only Time: Time and Trauma in Yellowjackets.” In . British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies Horror Studies SIG.
Bowie, Simon. 2022. “Free and Open-Source Software as (Non-)Liberatory Technology.” In . Coventry, UK: Centre for Postdigital Cultures, Coventry University.
Maloney, Marcus, Steve Roberts, and Callum Jones. 2022. “‘How Do I Become Blue Pilled?’: Masculine Ontological Insecurity on 4chan’s Advice Board.” New Media & Society, June, 14614448221103124.
Walker, Kevin. 2022. “Pervasive AI as Ethnographer: Anthropology, AI and the Future of Human Society.” Anthropology, AI and the Future of Human Society (In-press) (June): (In-press).
Fathallah, Judith. 2022. “Reading Serial Killer Fanfiction: What’s Fannish about It?” Humanities 11 (3): 65.
Balfour, Lindsay. 2022. “#TimesUp for Siri and Alexa: Sexual Violence and the Gendered Hospitality of the Digital Domestic.” In The Forgotten Victims of Sexual Violence in Film, Television and New Media, edited by Stephanie Patrick and Mythili Rajiva. Palgrave Macmillan.
Adema, Janneke, Simon Bowie, Marcel Mars, and Tobias Steiner. 2022. Books Contain Multitudes: Exploring Experimental Publishing (2022 Update). COPIM.
Diaz-Fernandez, Silvia, and Adrienne Evans. 2022. “(Mis)Recognition within Heterogendered Lad Culture: LGBTQIA+ Students’ Subjectivities in Higher Education.” Gender and Education 34 (3): 346–61.
Balfour, Lindsay. 2022. #mhTV Episode 82 – Women’s Health Technology: Why It Could Be so Much More than Period Trackers.
Balfour, Lindsay. 2022. “Women’s Health Technology Could Be so Much More than Period Trackers.” The Conversation, February.
Fathallah, Judith. 2022. “Open Access Monographs: Myths, Truths and Implications in the Wake of UKRI Open Access Policy.” LIBER Quarterly: The Journal of the Association of European Research Libraries 32 (1).
Evans, Adrienne, and Sarah Riley. 2022. “The Righteous Outrage of Post-Truth Anti-Feminism: An Analysis of TubeCrush and Feminist Research in and of Public Space.” European Journal of Cultural Studies 25 (1): 25–42.
Adema, Janneke. 2022. “The Processual Book. How Can We Move Beyond the Printed Codex?” Impact of Social Sciences (blog). January 10, 2022.
Fragnito, Maddalena, and Zoe Romano. 2022. “On the Fall of Joy.” In Synthetic Becoming.
Fragnito, Maddalena, and Assembly Raising Care. 2022. “Questioning UBI through the Lens of Care.” In Art for UBI (Manifesto).


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