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Ashton, Daniel and Giddings, Seth (2018) “At work in the toy box: Bedrooms, playgrounds, and ideas of play in creative cultural work” International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation 19(2), 81-89.

Birkin, Jane (2018) "Translate and describe: archive-based image description as an intermedial translation technique." Amodern, 8 (Translation-Machination).

Birkin, Jane and Dunn, Rima (forthcoming 2018/2019) "‘… the most dangerous place in the place …’" Journal for Research Cultures, 2.

Bishop, Ryan (forthcoming 2018) “The Lab of Tomorrow: The Eames Office, the Cold War and the Avant-Garde” Theory Culture and Society.

Bishop, Ryan (2018) “Felo de se: The Munus of Remote Sensing,” boundary2, 45:8, 2018, pp. 41-63

Bishop, Ryan and John Beck (2018) “The Return of the Art and Technology Lab.” Cultural Politics, 14:2, 2018, pp. 225-243.

Giddings, Seth and Harvey, Alison (2018 / forthcoming) “Ludic economics 101: introduction to the Ludic Economies special issue” Games and Culture.

Giddings, Seth (2018 / forthcoming) “Accursed play: The economic imaginary of early game studies” Games and Culture.

Parikka, Jussi (2018) ”Middle East and Other Futurisms: Imaginary Temporalities in Contemporary Art and Visual Culture.” Culture, Theory and Critique vol. 59: 1, 2018, 40-58.

Birkin, Jane (2017). “Manifesto: Graphic, Sonic, Affective Object.” Media Theory, 1(1).

Bishop, Ryan and Cubitt, Sean (2017) “Anti-Humanist Narratives: Greed and Source Code.” Screen, 58:1, 2017, pp. 1-17

Parikka, Jussi (2017) ”The Sensed Smog: Smart Ubiquitous Cities and the Sensorial Body” Fibreculture-journal, Computing the City-special issue, 

Gil-Fournier, Abelardo (2017/forthcoming), “Seeding and Seeing. The inner colonisation of land and vision”, APRJA, April 2017,

Giddings, Seth (2017) “Pokémon Go as distributed imagination”, special section on Pokémon Go, Mobile Media & Communication: 5(1)

Parikka, Jussi (2016) ”Deep Times of Planetary Trouble” Cultural Politics, November 2016 issue. Duke University Press, pp. 279-292.

Birkin, Jane (2016) “Describing the Archive: Preservation of Space, Time and Discontinuity in Photographic Sequences” Networking Knowledge: Journal of the MeCCSA-PGN, 9, (5), 1-19.

Ashton, D, and Conor, B. (2016) ‘Screenwriting, higher education and digital ecologies of expertise’, New Writing, DOI :10.1080/14790726.2015.1131304

Branch, James (2016) “Mapping the Mast”. Communication Design: Interdisciplinary and Graphic Design Research Volume 3, Issue 1, 2015 , 6-26.

Parikka, Jussi  (2015/2016) ”Platform Studies’ Epistemic Threshold”. Games and Culture (co-authored with Thomas Apperley). Online first published December 2015, print version forthcoming.  

Ashton, D. and Couzins, M. (2015) ‘Content Curators as Cultural Intermediaries: “My reputation as a curator is based on what I curate, right?”’, M/C Journal 18(4).

Ashton, D. (2015) ‘Producing participatory media: (Crowd)sourcing content in Britain/Life in a Day’, Media International Australia. Special Issue on ‘Making Media Participatory’. 154: 101-111.

Bishop, Ryan (2015) “Smart Dust and Remote Sensing: The Political Subject in Autonomous Systems,” Cultural Politics, 11:1, pp. 100-110  

Parikka, Jussi  (2015) ”Earth Forces: Contemporary Media Land Arts and New Materialist Aesthetics” Cultural Studies Review, New Materialist Aesthetics-special issue eds. Hongisto, Kontturi & Tiainen.  

Parikka, Jussi  (2015) “Sites of Media Archaeology: Producing the Contemporary as a Shared Topic” Journal of Contemporary Archaeology, special forum on Media Archaeology, ed. Angela Piccini. Pp 8-14.  

Parikka, Jussi  (2015) “Mutating Media Ecologies”. Continent-journal, issue 4.2, 24-32,  

Birkin, Jane (2015) ‘Art, Work and Archives: Performativity and the Techniques of Production’ in Archive Journal, Issue 5, Fall 2015. (Online) Available at    

Dawson, I. Jones, Cochrane, et al (2015) Digital imaging and prehistoric imagery: a new analysis of the Folkton Drums, Antiquity / Volume 89 / Issue 347 / October 2015

Giddings, Seth (2014) “What is the state of play (the work of the Opies in the age of postdigital play)”, International Journal of Play 3(3) 2014

Dawson, I. & Minkin, L. (2014) Object lessons: copying and reconstruction as a teaching strategy. Art, Design & Communication in Higher Education. ISSN 1474-273XD

Bishop, Ryan (2014) “I Sing the Senses Electric,” Journal of Visual Culture 13:1 pp. 20-22  

Parikka, Jussi  (2014) “Cultural Techniques of Cognitive Capitalism: Metaprogramming and Labor of Code”. Cultural Studies Review 20 (1), March 2014, 29-51.  

Parikka, Jussi  (2014) “McLuhan at Taksim”. Journal of Visual Culture 13 (1), McLuhan’s Understanding Media 50th Anniversary-special issue, 91-93.  

Parikka, Jussi  (2014) "Green Media Times: Friedrich Kittler and Ecological Media History" in Archiv für Mediengeschichte, 69-78.  

Dawson, I. Beale Minkin et al (2013) Making Digital: Visual Approaches to the Digital Humanities, Journal of Digital Humanities, Vol. 2, No. 3

Bishop, Ryan, Victor Burgin and Sean Cubitt (2013) “The Camera as Process and Object: A Discussion with Victor Burgin,” Theory Culture and Society 30:7-8, pp 199-219  

Parikka, Jussi  (2013) ”Media Zoology and Waste Management: Animal Energies and Medianatures” NECSUS – the European Journal of Media Studies Autumn 2013,  

Parikka, Jussi  (2013) “Dust and Exhaustion: The Labour of Media Materialism”. Ctheory November 2013.,

Bishop, Ryan (2011) “Project Transparent Earth and the Autoscopy of Aerial Targeting: The Visual Geopolitics of the Underground” Theory, Culture and Society 28:7-8, pp. 270-286 (reprints: in Peter Adey, Mark Whitehead and Alison J. Williams (eds.) From Above: War, Violence and Verticality. London: Hurst & Company, 2014, pp. 186-202; and in Eyal Weizman (ed.) Forensic Architecture Berlin: Sternberg Press pp.580-591

Bishop, Ryan (2011) “The Force of Noise, or Touching Music: The Tele-haptics of Stockhausen’s ‘Helicopter Quartet’” SubStance, 40:3, pp. 25-40

Bishop, Ryan (2010) “The Huntsman’s Funeral: Targeting the Sensorium” Social Identities 16:5, pp.607-619

Bishop, Ryan (2010) “The Problem of Violence: Megacities and Violence” Theory, Culture & Society, 27:6, 3-10

Bishop, Ryan and Tania Roy (2009) “Mumbai: City-as-Target: Introduction,” Theory, Culture & Society, 26:7-8, 263-277,  

Bishop, Ryan (2009) “Method, Techne and Auto-Kinesis,” Theory and Event, 12:1,

Bishop, Ryan and Lillian S. Robinson (2008) “The Tele-technics of Agency, the Net, theUrban and Sex Tourism,” Social Identities 14.3: 349-361,

Bishop, Ryan and John Phillips (2008) “Among the Blind Cultural Politics 4:3  269-288 Bishop, Ryan, Couze Venn, Roy Boyne and John Phillips “Technics, Media, Teleology: Interview with Bernard Stiegler,” Theory Culture & Society, 24 Annual Review, 2007, pp. 334-341

Bishop, Ryan and John Phillips (2007) “Ubiquitous Media Art Exhibition,” Theory Culture & Society, 24 Annual Review, 24:7-8, pp. 359-369

Bishop, Ryan and John Phillips (2007) “Baudrillard and the Evil Genius,” Theory Culture & Society, 24(5): 115-125,

Bishop, Ryan, Greg Clancey and John Phillips (2006) “Just Targets,” Cultural Politics. 2:1, 5-28.

Bishop, Ryan and John Phillips (2004) “The Slow and the Blind,” Culture and Organization, 10:1, March, pp. 61-75.

Bishop, Ryan and John Phillips (2003) “The Curious Logic of the Hinge,” Body and Society, vol 9 no. 4, December  pp. 1-21.  

Bishop, Ryan and John Phillips (2002) “Manufacturing Emergencies,” Theory Culture and Society, vol.19(4) 93-104.  

Bishop, Ryan and John Phillips (2002) “Sighted Weapons and Modernist Opacity: Aesthetics, Poetics, Prosthetics,” boundary 2, 29:2, pp.157-179.

Bishop, Ryan and John Phillips (2002) “Unmanning the Homeland,” co-authored with John Phillips, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 26.3, pp. 620-625.

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