Centre for Material Digital Culture

Publications

For a complete list of Members' publications go to our People A-Z page and click on individual's names to see profiles and publications.

Sue Thornham

What if I had been the Hero? Investigating Women's Cinema, Palgrave Macmillian.

Caroline Bassett

Cannonicalism and the Computational Turn

in Understanding Digital Humanities:The Computational Turn and New Technology London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Michael Bull 

Remaking the Urban: The audio-visual aesthetics of iPod use, Oxford UP.

 

Seb Franklin

‘Humans and/as Machines: Beckett and Cultural Cybernetics’, in Textual Practice 26:6 (forthcoming winter 2012)

Sally Jane Norman

  • Motion in place: archaeological reconstruction and motion capture (co-author with Bailey, H., Barker, L., Clarke, A., Dunn, S., Fulford, M., Hedges, M., Taylor, M., White, M., Woolford, K.) in CAA 2011: Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archeology, Awaiting Publication - Confirmed by Publisher
  • Staging Live Art, A-Life, A-Life Art in Vida Art and Artificial Life Madrid: Fundacion Telefonica, Awaiting Publication - Confirmed by Publisher
  • Theatre as an Art of Emergence and Individuation in Architectural Theory Review, Awaiting Publication - Confirmed by Publisher

Kate O'Riordan

  • Making biodigital publics: personal genomes as digital media artifacts, Science as Culture

2011

Caroline Bassett

  • Is this Not a Screen?: Notes on the Mobile Phone and Cinema Marsha Kinder, Tara McPherson, ed., in Interactive Frictions: A Decade of Discourse on Digital Culture University of California Press, Awaiting Publication
  • Twittering Machines in Differences Volume 22, (2-3).

James Bennet and Niki Strange (eds)

Television as Digital Media, Duke University Press.

Sally-Jane Norman

  • An arts centre for Sussex: from the Gardner to the Attenborough Professor Fred Gray, ed., in Making the Future: A History of the University of Sussex pp. 304-318
  • Creative methodologies for understanding a creative industry (with Ted Fuller, Lorraine Warren) Colette Henry, Anne de Bruin, ed., in Entrepreneurship and the Creative Economy: Process, Policy and Practice Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, USA: Edward Elgar pp. 79-96 ISBN 978-1-84844-769-1
  • Motion in place: archaeological reconstruction and motion capture (co-author with Bailey, H., Barker, L., Clarke, A., Dunn, S., Fulford, M., Hedges, M., Taylor, M., White, M., Woolford, K.) in CAA 2011: Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archeology, Awaiting Publication - Confirmed by Publisher
  • Shifting Media Culture Perspectives Cathy Brickwood, Annette Wolfsberger, ed., in Practice to Policy: International Perspectives on the Policy Implications of a Cultural Sector in Transition Rotterdam: Virtueel Platform pp. 7-17 ISBN 978-94-90108-00-7.

Kate O'Riordan

Kirk Woolford

 

2010

Caroline Bassett

Michael Bull

  • Pods e Anti-flanerei:estetizando a cidade no seculo XXI in Ecus. Cadernos de Pesquisa, Brazil No2.
  • The Toxic Pleasures  of  Total Mediation? Mobile  Music  and the  Auditory Reconfiguration of  UsersExperience in Comunicar, Latin American Scientific Journal of  Media  Education.

Sharif Mowlabocus

  • Gaydar Culture: Gay Men, Technology and Embodiment in the Digital Age. 2010, Abingdon, Ashgate.
  • ‘Look at Me! Images, Validation and Cultural Currency on Gaydar’ in Pullen, C. & Cooper, M. (eds.) LGBT Identity and New Online Media. 2010, New York, Routledge.
  • 'Porn 2.0? Technology, Social Practice and the New Online Porn Industy' in Attwood, F. Porn.com: Making Sense of Online Pornography. 2010, Peter Lang.

Norman, Sally Jane

  • 'Gesture and embodied interaction: capturing motion/ data/ value' (with Blackwell, Alan; Warren, Lorraine; Woolford, Kirk). 2010, Leonardo Transactions.

Kate O'Riordan

  • The Genome Incorporated: Constructing Biodigital Identity. 2010, London: Ashgate.
  • 'Virtual Believers: Queer Spiritual Practice Online' (with White, Heather) in Kath Browne, Sally R Munt, Andrew Yip, ed., Queer Spiritual Spaces. 2010, London: Ashgate.

Kirk Woolford

 

2009

Aristea Fotopoulou

Sharif Mowlabocus

  • 'Revisiting Old Haunts Through New Technologies: Public (Homo)Sexual Cultures in Cyberspace' in 2009, International Journal of Cultural Studies.
  • 'Hard Times and Rough Rides: The Legal and Ethical Impossibilities of Researching 'Shock' Porn', (with Jones, S.), in 2009, Sexualities Vol. 12, No. 5, pp. 613-628

Sally Jane Norman

  • AMUC: Associated Motion Capture User Categories (with Lawson, S et al) in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences pp. 2771-2780.

2008

Michael Bull

  • Sound Moves. iPodCulture and  Urban  Experience.(2007/8) Karl Mannhein International Library  of Sociology Series. London, Routlege.

Catherine Grant

  • Auteur machines? Auteurism and the DVD' in James Bennett and Tom Brown (eds), Film and Television After DVD (London and New York: Routledge, 2008)