Call for papers: “Data activisms”, Special Issue of Krisis: Journal for Contemporary Philosophy edited by Stefania Milan and Lonneke van der Velden (deadline for expressions of interest: March the 1st, 2017) yper-information in contemporary digital networks”, Special Issue of Liinc em Revista edited by Arthur Bezerra (IBICT), Stefania Milan and Fabio Malini (UFES) (deadline: July 16, 2017)
Call for papers: “Desinformação e hiperinformação nas redes digitais contemporâneas”, Special Issue of Liinc em Revista edited by Arthur Bezerra (IBICT), Stefania Milan and Fabio Malini (UFES) (deadline: July 16, 2017)
Alimardani, M., & Milan, S. (2018). The Internet as a Global/Local Site of Contestation: The Case of Iran. In Global Cultures of Contestation (pp. 171–192). Springer.
Milan, S. (2017). “Data activism as the new frontier of media activism”, in Media Activism in the Digital Age, edited by Goubin Yang and Viktor Pickard, Routledge
Gutierrez, M. and S. Milan (2018). “Technopolitics in the Age of Big Data: The Rise of Proactive Data Activism in Latin America”, in Networks, Movements & Technopolitics in Latin America: Critical Analysis and Current Challenges, edited by Francisco Sierra Caballero and Tommaso Gravante
Beraldo, D. (2017). Contentious branding: Reassembling social movements through digital mediators. University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam. Retrieved from http://dare.uva.nl/search?identifier=a293284c-257a-43d2-a26d-e5cb3eaa4e8d
Bracciale, R., & Martella, A. (2017). Define the populist political communication style: the case of Italian political leaders on Twitter. Information, Communication & Society, 1–20.
Airoldi, M., Beraldo, D., & Gandini, A. (2016). Follow the algorithm: An exploratory investigation of music on YouTube. Poetics, 57, 1–13. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.poetic.2016.05.001
Gandini, A., Pais, I., & Beraldo, D. (2016). Reputation and trust on online labour markets: the reputation economy of Elance. Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation, 10(1), 27–43. https://doi.org/10.13169/workorgalaboglob.10.1.0027
Gray, J., Bounegru, L., Milan, S., & Ciuccarelli, P. (2016). Ways of Seeing Data: Toward a Critical Literacy for Data Visualizations as Research Objects and Research Devices. In Kubitschko, Sebastian & Kaun, Anne (Eds.), Innovative Methods in Media and Communication Research (pp. 227–251). Springer International Publishing.
Kazansky, B., Kaltheuner, F., van der Velden, L., et al. (2016) Evolution and Sustainability of Digital Security Tools: An Exploration of F/LOSS Encrypted Chat Apps. WIKI Digital Methods Initiative. https://wiki.digitalmethods.net/Dmi/SummerSchool2016EvolutionOfDigitalSecurityTools
Milan, C., & Milan, S. (2016). Involving communities as skilled learners: The STRAP framework. In Methodological Reflections on Researching Communication and Social Change (pp. 9–28). Springer.
Milan, S., & Velden, L. van der. (2016). The Alternative Epistemologies of Data Activism. Digital Culture & Society, 2(2), 57–74. https://doi.org/10.14361/dcs-2016-0205
Milan, S. (2016). Liberated Technology: Inside Emancipatory Communication Activism. In Civic Media: Technology, Design, Practice (p. 107). London: MIT Press.
Milan, S. (2016). Ctrl+Z: The Right to Be Forgotten, by Meg Leta Jones. Times Higher Education.
Milan, S., & Ten Oever, N. (2016). Coding and Encoding Rights in Internet Infrastructure. Sociotechnical Imaginaries and Grassroots Ordering in Internet Governance. Internet Policy Review, 6(1). https://doi.org/10.14763/2017.1.442
Wissenbach, K., et al. (2016). Exploring the fabrics of Civic Tech on Digital Media. WIKI Digital Methods Initiative. https://wiki.digitalmethods.net/Dmi/SummerSchool2016MappingCivicTechLandscape
Deville, J. E., & van der Velden, L. (2015). Seeing the invisible algorithm: the practical politics of tracking the credit trackers. In Algorithmic Life: Calculative devices in the age of big data (pp. 87–106). New York: Routledge.
Kazansky, B. (2015). FCJ-195 Privacy, Responsibility, and Human Rights Activism. The Fibreculture Journal, (26 2015: Entanglements–Activism and Technology). https://doi.org/10.15307/fcj.26.195.2015
Milan, S. (2015a). From social movements to cloud protesting: the evolution of collective identity. Information, Communication & Society, 18(8), 887–900.
Milan, S. (2015b). Mobilizing in times of social media: From a politics of identity to a politics of visibility. In Critical Perspectives on Social Media and Protest (pp. 53–70). Rowman & Littlefield.
Milan, S. (2015c). When algorithms shape collective action: Social media and the dynamics of cloud protesting. Social Media+ Society, 1(2), 1–10. https://doi.org/10.1177/2056305115622481
Milan, S., & Gutiérrez, M. (2015). Medios ciudadanos y big data: La emergencia del activismo de datos. MEDIACIONES, (14), 10–26. Download the article
van der Velden, L. (2015a). Forensic devices for activism: Metadata tracking and public proof. Big Data & Society, 2(2). https://doi.org/10.1177/2053951715612823
van der Velden, L. (2015b). Leaky apps and data shots: Technologies of leakage and insertion in NSA-surveillance. Surveillance & Society, 13(2), 182–196
Züger, T., Milan, S., & Tanczer, L. M. (2015). Sand in the Information Society Machine: How Digital Technologies Change and Challenge the Paradigms of Civil Disobedience. The Fiberculture Journal, 26, 108–135.
methods and epistemology of engaged research
Milan, S. (2014). The ethics of social movement research. In Methodological Practices in Social Movement Research (pp. 446–464). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Milan, S. (2010). Toward an epistemology of engaged research. International Journal of Communication, 4, 856–858.
Hintz, A., & Milan, S. (2010). Social Science is Police Science: Researching Grass-Roots Activism. International Journal of Communication, 4, 837–844.