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Ruppert, Evelyn and Law, John, eds. 2013. The Social Life of Methods: Devices. [Edited Journal]

Farías, Ignacio and Wilkie, Alex, eds. 2015. Studio Studies: Operations, Topologies & Displacements. London; New York: Routledge. ISBN 978-1-138-79871-7 [Edited Book]

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Bell, Vikki. 1999. "Appearance: Thinking Difference in the Political Realm with Hannah Arendt". In: , ed. Feminist Imagination: Genealogies in Feminist Theory. London: Sage, pp. 62-84. ISBN 0803979711 [Book Section]

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Bell, Vikki. 2005. On the Critique of Secular Ethics: An Essay with Flannery O'Connor and Hannah Arendt. Theory, Culture and Society, 22(2), pp. 1-27. ISSN 0263-2764 [Article]

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Bell, Vikki. 2007. Performativity Challenged? Creativity and the Return of Interiority. In: , ed. Culture and Performance. Oxford: Berg, pp. 97-120. ISBN 9781845201050 [Book Section]

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Bell, Vikki. 2001. The Phone, the Father and Other Becomings: On Households (and Theories) that no longer Hold. Cultural Values, 5(3), pp. 383-402. ISSN 13 [Article]

Bell, Vikki. 1996. The Promise of Liberalism and the Practice of Freedom: On Foucault and Arendt. In: Andrew Barry; Thomas Osborne and Nicolas Rose, eds. Foucault and Political Reason. London: UCL Press/Taylor and Francis, pp. 81-97. ISBN 1857284321 [Book Section]

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Bell, Vikki. 2005. The Scenography of Suicide: Terror, Politics and the Humiliated Witness. Economy and Society, 34(2), pp. 241-260. ISSN 0308-5147 [Article]

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Bell, Vikki. 2006. 'The Shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes: On Agamben'. In: MESEA conference. Pamplona, Spain July 2006. [Conference or Workshop Item]

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Bell, Vikki. 2004. Spectres of Peace: Civic Participation in Northern Ireland. Social and legal studies, 13(3), pp. 403-428. ISSN 0964-6639 [Article]

Born, Georgina and Wilkie, Alex. 2015. Temporalities, aesthetics and the studio: an interview with Georgina Born. In: Ignacio Farías and Alex Wilkie, eds. Studio Studies: Operations, Topologies & Displacements. London; New York, NY: Routledge, pp. 135-151. ISBN ISBN 978-1-138-79871-7 [Book Section]

Brown, Nik; Faulkner, Alex; Kent, Julie and Michael, Mike. 2006. Regulating Hybrids: `Making a Mess' and `Cleaning Up' in Tissue Engineering and Transpecies Transplantation. Social Theory & Health, 4(1), pp. 1-24. ISSN 1477-8211 [Article]

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Brown, Nik and Michael, Mike. 2003. A Sociology of Expectations: Retrospecting Prospects and Prospecting Retrospects. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 15(1), pp. 3-18. [Article]

Brown, Nik and Michael, Mike. 2001. Switching between science and culture in transpecies transplantation. Science, Technology & Human Values, 26(1), pp. 3-22. [Article]

Carter, S. and Michael, Mike. 2003. Signifying across time and space: a case study of biomedical educational texts. Sociology Of Health & Illness, 25(2), pp. 232-259. ISSN 0141-9889 [Article]

Carter, Simon and Michael, Mike. 2004. Here comes the sun: shedding light on the cultural body. In: Helen Thomas and Jamilah Ahmed, eds. Cultural Bodies Ethnography and Theory. Malden, Oxford and Carlton: Blackwell Publishing, pp. 260-282. ISBN 9780631225843 [Book Section]

Cook, Peta S.; Kendall, Gavin; Michael, Mike and Brown, Nik. 2005. 'Xenotourism and Xenotravel: Some notes on global regulation'. In: Social Change in the 21st Century. Brisbane, Australia. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Cribb, A.; Wainwright, S.; Williams, C.; Farsides, B. and Michael, Mike. 2008. Towards the applied: the construction of ethical positions in stem cell translational research. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 11(3), pp. 351-361. ISSN 1386-7423 [Article]

Deville, Joe. 2012. Regenerating Market Attachments. Journal of Cultural Economy , 5(4), pp. 423-439. ISSN 1753-0350 [Article]

Farías, Ignacio and Wilkie, Alex. 2015. Studio Studies: Notes for a research program. In: Farías Farías and Alex Wilkie, eds. Studio Studies: Operations, Topologies & Displacements. London; New York, NY: Routledge, pp. 1-21. ISBN ISBN 978-1-138-79871-7 [Book Section]

Flowers, Paul; Davis, Mark; Hart, Graham; Rosengarten, Marsha and Imrie, John. 2006. Diagnosis and stigma and identity amongst HIV positive Black Africans living in the UK. Psychology and Health, 21(1), pp. 109-122. ISSN 0887-0446 [Article]

Fraser, Mariam. 2006. Event. Theory, Culture & Society, 23(2-3), pp. 129-132. ISSN 0263-2764 [Article]

Fraser, Mariam. 2010. Facts, Ethics and Event. In: Casper Bruun Jensen and Kjetil Roedje, eds. DELEUZIAN INTERSECTIONS: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY. Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books, pp. 52-82. ISBN 978-1-84545-614-6 [Book Section]

Fraser, Mariam. 1997. Feminism, Foucault and Deleuze. Theory, Culture & Society, 14(2), pp. 23-37. ISSN 0263-2764 [Article]

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Fraser, Mariam. 1999. Identity without Selfhood: Simone de Beauvoir and Bisexuality. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521623575 [Book]

Fraser, Mariam. 1997. Lose Your Face. In: Phoebe Davidson and Bi Academic Intervention, eds. The Bisexual Imaginary: Representation, Identity and Desire. London: Cassell, p. 38. ISBN 0-304-33744-7 [Book Section]

Fraser, Mariam. 2005. Making music matter. Theory Culture & Society, 22(1), pp. 173-189. ISSN 14603616 [Article]

Fraser, Mariam. 2009. Standards, Populations, and Difference. Cultural Critique, 71, pp. 47-80. ISSN 0882-4371 [Article]

Fraser, Mariam. 2001. Visceral futures: bodies of feminist criticism. Social Epistemology, 15(2), pp. 91-111. ISSN 0269-1728 [Article]

Fraser, Mariam. 2002. What is the matter of feminist criticism? Economy and Society, 31(4), pp. 606-625. ISSN 14695766 [Article]

Fraser, Mariam. 2006. The ethics of reality and virtual reality: Latour, facts and values. History of the Human Sciences, 19(2), pp. 45-72. ISSN 1461720X [Article]

Fraser, Mariam. 2001. The nature of Prozac. History of the Human Sciences, 14(3), pp. 56-84. ISSN 1461720X [Article]

Fraser, Mariam and Puwar, Nirmal. 2008. Introduction: Intimacy in Research. History of the Human Sciences, 21(4), pp. 1-16. ISSN 1461720X [Article]

Gerlitz, Carolin. 2011. '“Chunks of Time. Responding to Real-timeness” '. In: Real-Time Research Conference. Goldsmiths, University of London, United Kingdom 3 December 2011. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin. 2011. Die Like Economy. In: Oliver Leistert and Theo Röhle, eds. Generation Facebook: Über das Leben im Social Net. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag . ISBN 978-3837618594 [Book Section]

Gerlitz, Carolin. 2011. '“Facebook Data” '. In: Joint workshop with Lonneke von der Velden at Digital Methods Summer School. Amsterdam, Netherlands 28 June 2011. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin. 2011. '“Introduction to Digital Research Methods” '. In: Workshop at Digital Ethnography Weekend. Amalfi Coast, Italy 19 September 2011. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin. 2009. '“Made by many. A topological approach to the evaluation of brands”'. In: Evaluation Practices in Art Worlds at WZB (Social Science Research Centre). Berlin, Germany 27 November 2009. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin. 2012. '“Self-evaluating media. Acting on Data” '. In: Evaluation in the Media conference. Paris, France 15 March 2012. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin. 2012. '“Social media and self-evaluation: Acting on data” '. In: Digital Methods Initiative Winter Conference . Amsterdam, United Kingdom 25 January 2012. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin. 2011. '“Studying social media from a medium specific perspective: The Like economy” '. In: Digital Ethnography Weekend organised by the University of Milan and Copenhagen Business School. Amalfi Coast, Italy 17 September 2011. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin. 2012. '“Studying social media with Digital Research Methods” '. In: Guest lecture and workshop session for MA Creating Social Media. London, United Kingdom 26 March 2012. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin. 2010. '“Tracing and mapping consumer/brand interaction across online spaces”'. In: Digital Methods Winter Conference . Amsterdam, Netherlands 21 January 2010. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin. 2009. '“Tracing and mapping the affective topologies of brands” '. In: Changing Cultures – Cultures of Change, ATACD network (A Topological Approach to Cultural Dynamics) . Barcelona, Spain 12 December 2009. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin. 2009. '“The productivity of the brand” '. In: Economic Sociology Conference. Goldsmiths, London, United Kingdom 18 January 2009. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin. 2009. '“The productivity of the brand”'. In: Goldsmiths Spring Review Week. Goldsmiths, London, United Kingdom 14 April 2009. [Conference or Workshop Item]

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Gerlitz, Carolin and Helmond, Anne. 2011. Hit, link, like and share. Organising the social and the fabric of the web. Digital Methods Winter Conference Proceedings, pp. 1-29. [Article]

Gerlitz, Carolin and Helmond, Anne. 2011. '“The Like economy. Organising data and the social” '. In: Platform Politics conference. Cambridge, United Kingdom 12 May 2011. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin and Helmond, Anne. 2011. '“The Like economy. Social web in transition” '. In: MiT7 Unstable Platforms, Massachusetts Institute for Technology. Massachusetts Institute for Technology, Cambridge, United States 14 May 2011. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin and Helmond, Anne. 2012. '“Re-working the fabric of the web” '. In: Unlike Us Conference. Institute for Network Cultures,University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands 8 March 2012. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin and Helmond, Anne. 2013. The like economy: Social buttons and the data-intensive web. New Media & Society, 15(8), pp. 1348-1365. ISSN 1461-4448 [Article]

Gerlitz, Carolin and Lury, Celia. 2012. '“Self-evaluating media. Acting on Data” '. In: The new numeracy: A workshop on numbers and numbering practices. Warwick, United Kingdom 17 February 2012. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin and Marres, Noortje. 2012. '“Issue Mapping Inside Out” '. In: The Co-Production of Knowledge: Social Media, STS and More. York, United Kingdom 18 July 2012. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Gerlitz, Carolin and Marres, Noortje. 2012. '"Mapping Issue with Twitter? Plotting lifelines, detecting partisanship" '. In: Presentation at the Tactics for Issue Mapping workshop. Goldsmiths University of London, United Kingdom 26 October 2012. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Greco, Monica. 2005. On the vitality of vitalism. Theory Culture & Society, 22(1), pp. 15-27. ISSN 02632764 [Article]

Halewood, M. and Michael, Mike. 2008. Being a Sociologist and Becoming a Whiteheadian: Toward a Concrescent Methodology. Theory, Culture & Society, 25(4), pp. 31-56. ISSN 0263-2764 [Article]

Kendall, G. and Michael, Mike. 2001. Order and Disorder: Time, Techology and the Self. Culture Machine, [Article]

Knowles, Caroline. 2000. Burger King, Dunkin Donuts and community mental health care. Health & Place, 6(3), pp. 213-224. ISSN 13538292 [Article]

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Lange, Ann-Christina. 2012. Inclusive differentiation: a study of artistic techniques and devices of innovation . Doctoral thesis, Goldsmiths, University of London. [Thesis]

Lash, Scott and Featherstone, Mike. 2001. Recognition and Difference: Politics, Identity, Multiculture. Theory, Culture and Society, 18(2-3), pp. 1-19. ISSN 0263-2764 [Article]

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Marres, Noortje. 2015. Why Map Issues? On Controversy as a Digital Method. Science, Technology and Human Values, ISSN 0162-2439 [Article] (Forthcoming)

Marriott, James R.. 2005. 'keynote lecture at the ‘Desire Lines’ '. In: ‘Desire Lines’ Arts and Ecology at Dartington conference. Dartington, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Marriott, James R.. 1996. various performances including ‘Gog and Magog’ and the ‘Q’ (Quarterly) Events. In: "'Gog and Magog’ and the ‘Q’ (Quarterly) Events", London, United Kingdom. [Performance]

Marriott, James R.; Rowell, Andrew and Stockman, Lorne. 2005. The Next Gulf: London, Washington and Oil Conflict in Nigeria. Constable. ISBN 978-1845292591 [Book]

Michael, Mike. 2002. Comprehension, Apprehension, Prehension: Heterogeneity and the Public Understanding of Science. Science, Technology & Human Values, 27(3), pp. 357-378. [Article]

Michael, Mike. 2004. On making data social: heterogeneity in sociological practice. Qualitative Research, 4(1), pp. 5-23. [Article]

Michael, Mike. 2009. Publics performing publics: of PiGs, PiPs and politics. Public Understanding of Science, 18(5), pp. 617-631. ISSN 0963-6625 [Article]

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Michael, Mike. 2000. Reconnecting Culture, Technology and Nature From Society to Heterogeneity. London and New York: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-20116-2 [Book]

Michael, Mike. 2004. Roadkill: Between humans, nonhuman animals, and technologies. Society and Animals, 12(4), pp. 277-298. [Article]

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Michael, Mike. 2012. “What are we busy doing?”: Engaging the Idiot. Science, Technology and Human Values, 37(5), pp. 528-544. ISSN 0162-2439 [Article]

Michael, Mike. 2001. The invisible car: the cultural purification of road rage. In: D. Miller, ed. Car Cultures. Oxford: Berg Publishers, pp. 59-80. ISBN 978-1-85973-407-0 [Book Section]

Michael, Mike and Brown, Nik. 2000. From the representation of publics to the performance of 'lay political science'. Social Epistemology, 14(1), pp. 3-19. ISSN 0269-1728 [Article]

Michael, Mike and Brown, Nik. 2004. The meat of the matter: grasping and judging xenotransplantation. Public Understanding of Science, 13(4), pp. 379-397. ISSN 0963-6625 [Article]

Michael, Mike and Carter, S.. 2001. The facts about fictions and vice versa: public understanding of human genetics. Science as Culture, 10(1), pp. 5-32. [Article]

Michael, Mike and Gaver, William. 2009. Home Beyond Home: Dwelling With Threshold Devices. Space and Culture, 12(3), pp. 359-370. [Article]

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Michael, Mike and Rosengarten, Marsha. 2012. HIV, Globalization and Topology: Of Prepositions and Propositions. Theory, Culture & Society, 29(4-5), pp. 93-115. ISSN 0263-2764 [Article]

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Michael, Mike and Rosengarten, Marsha. 2014. Quantitative Objects and Qualitative Things: Ethics and HIV Biomedical Prevention. In: Eleanor Casella; Gillian Evans; Penelope Harvey; Hannah Knox ; Chris McLean; Elizabeth Silva; Nick Thoburn and Kath Woodward, eds. Objects and Materials. A Routledge Companion. Great Britain: Routledge, pp. 349-358. ISBN 0415678803 [Book Section]

Milyaeva, Sveta. 2014. Tipping the Balance: Russian Legal Culture and Cash-Settled Derivatives. Journal of Cultural Economy, 7(2), pp. 209-225. ISSN 1753-0350 [Article]

Motamedi-Fraser, Mariam. 2000. Creative affects. New Formations , 39, pp. 55-69. ISSN 0950-2378 [Article]

Motamedi-Fraser, Mariam. 2000. Pathological Normality. In: Charles Campbell and Suhail Malik, eds. Front. Don Projects , pp. 39-74. ISBN 978-0953904303 [Book Section]

Mykhalovskiy, Eric and Rosengarten, Marsha. 2009. HIV/AIDS in its third decade: Renewed critique in social and cultural analysis – An introduction. Social Theory & Health, 7(3), ISSN 1477-8211 [Article]

Mykhalovskiy, Eric and Rosengarten, Marsha. 2009. Special Issue on HIV/AIDS in its third decade: renewed critique in social and cultural analysis Social Theory & Health. Social Theory & Health, 7(3), pp. 187-195. ISSN 1477-8211 [Article]

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Nadim, Tahani. 2012. Inside the sequence universe: the amazing life of data and the people who look after them. Doctoral thesis, Goldsmiths, University of London. [Thesis]

Rosengarten, Marsha. 2006. AIDS, Rhetoric, and Medical Knowledge - Alex Preda (book review). British Journal of Sociology, 57(4), pp. 728-730. ISSN 0007-1315 [Article]

Rosengarten, Marsha. 2004. The Challenge of HIV for Feminist Theory. Feminist Theory, 5(2), pp. 205-222. ISSN 14647001 [Article]

Rosengarten, Marsha. 2004. Consumer activism in the pharmacology of HIV. Body & Society, 10(1), pp. 91-107. ISSN 1357034X [Article]

Rosengarten, Marsha. 2009. HIV Interventions: Biomedicine and the Traffic between Information and Flesh. Seattle: University of Washington Press. ISBN 978-0295989426 [Book]

Rosengarten, Marsha. 2005. The Measure of HIV as a Matter of Bioethics. In: M Shildrick and R Mykitiuk, eds. Ethics of the body: postconventional challenges. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, pp. 71-90. ISBN 0-262-69320-8 [Book Section]

Rosengarten, Marsha. 2001. A Pig's Tale: Porcine Viruses and Species Boundaries'. In: Alison Bashford and Claire Hooker, eds. Contagion: Historical and cultural studies. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 168-182. ISBN 978-0-415-24671-2 [Book Section]

Rosengarten, Marsha. 2000. Thinking menstrual blood. Australian Feminist Studies, 15(31), pp. 91-101. ISSN 0816-4649 [Article]

Rosengarten, Marsha. 2001. Transmigrating Organs: Identity and Medical Technology. In: J Docker and G Fischer, eds. Adventures of Identity: Constructing Multicultural Identities. 15 Tuebingen: Stauffenburg, pp. 61-72. ISBN 3-86057-043-9 [Book Section]

Rosengarten, Marsha; Hart, G.; Flowers, P. and Imrie, J.. 2004. After the Euphoria: HIV medical technologies from the perspective of their prescribers. Sociology of Health and Illness, 26(5), pp. 575-596. ISSN 01419889 [Article]

Rosengarten, Marsha and Keane, H.. 2002. On the biology of sexed subjects. Australian Feminist Studies, 17(39), pp. 261-277. ISSN 08164649 [Article]

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Rosengarten, Marsha and Michael, Mike. 2010. HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and the complexities of biomedical prevention: ontological openness and the prevention assemblage. In: , ed. HIV Treatment and Prevention Technologies in International Perspective. Great Britain: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 167-183. ISBN 978-0-230-23819-0 [Book Section]

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Rosengarten, Marsha; Michael, Mike; Mykhalovskiy, Eric and Imrie, J.. 2008. The challenges of technological innovation in HIV. The Lancet, 372(9636), pp. 357-358. ISSN 0140-6736 [Article]

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Rosengarten, Marsha and Pfingst, Annie. 2012. Medicine as a Tactic of War: Palestinian Precarity. Body & Society, 18(3-4), pp. 99-125. ISSN 1357-034X [Article]

Rosengarten, Marsha; Race, K. and Kippax, S.. 2000. "Touch Wood, Everything Will Be Ok": Gay Men’s Understandings of Clinical Markers in Sexual Practice. Project Report. National Centre in HIV Social Research, Sidney. [Report]

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Ruppert, Evelyn. 2016. Big Data Economies and Ecologies. In: L. Ryan and L. McKie, eds. An End to the Crisis of Empirical Sociology? Trends and Challenges in Social Science Research. London: Routledge, pp. 12-26. ISBN 9781138828674 [Book Section] (Forthcoming)

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Ruppert, Evelyn. 2015. Doing the Transparent State: open government data as performance indicators. In: R. Rottenburg; S. E. Merry; S-J Park and J Mugler, eds. A World of Indicators: The making of governmental knowledge through quantification. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 127-150. ISBN 9781107450837 [Book Section]

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Ruppert, Evelyn. 2014. Infrastructures of Census Taking. In: Gordon Darroch, ed. The Dawn of Canada's Century: Hidden Histories. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, pp. 51-70. ISBN 9780773542525 [Book Section]

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Ruppert, Evelyn. 2015. Methods as Devices. JCE Online, [Article]

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Ruppert, Evelyn. 2013. Not Just Another Database: The Transactions that Enact Young Offenders. Computational Culture, pp. 1-13. [Article]

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Ruppert, Evelyn. 2013. Rethinking Empirical Social Sciences. Dialogues in Human Geography, 3(3), pp. 268-273. [Article]

Ruppert, Evelyn. 2015. Who Owns Big Data. Discover Society(23), [Article]

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Ruppert, Evelyn; Harvey, Penny; Lury, Cellia; Mackenzie, Adrian; McNally, Ruth; Baker, Stephanie Alice; Kallianos, Yannis and Lewis, Camilla. 2015. Background: A Social Framework for Big Data. Project Report. CRESC, University of Manchester and The Open University. [Report]

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Ruppert, Evelyn; Harvey, Penny; Lury, Cellia; Mackenzie, Adrian; McNally, Ruth; Baker, Stephanie Alice; Kallianos, Yannis and Lewis, Camilla. 2015. A Social Framework for Big Data. Project Report. CRESC, The University of Manchester and The Open University. [Report]

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Ruppert, Evelyn; Harvey, Penny; Lury, Cellia; Mackenzie, Adrian; McNally, Ruth; Baker, Stephanie Alice; Kallianos, Yannis and Lewis, Camilla. 2015. Socialising Big Data: From concept to practice. CRESC, The University of Manchester and The Open University. [Other]

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Ruppert, Evelyn and Isin, Engin. 2015. Being Digital Citizens. London: Rowman & Littlefield International. ISBN 978-1-78348-055-5 [Book]

Savransky, Martin. 2012. ''The Affective Life of Methods: Ethics, Process, and Bodies-in-Research' '. In: 'Emotion, Affect and Value: A Workshop on Feminist Methodologies'. King's College, University of London, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Savransky, Martin. 2012. 'A Becoming Together of The World: The Cosmopolitics of Isabelle Stengers'. Journal of Philosophy: A Cross-Disciplinary Inquiry, 7(17), ISSN 2072-036X [Article]

Savransky, Martin. 2012. ''Capturing the Social Sciences: An Experiment in Political Epistemology''. In: 'London Conference in Critical Thought', Birkbeck. University of London, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Savransky, Martin. 2013. ''A Cry for a Worldly Social Science: Knowledge in The Age of The Anthropocene' '. In: the Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO). Buenos Aires, Argentina. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Savransky, Martin. 2012. 'An Ecology of Times: Modern Knowledge, Non-modern Temporalities'. In: Cecile Lawrence and Natalie Churn, eds. Movements in Time: Revolution, Social Justice and Times of Change. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing , pp. 265-280. ISBN 978-1443840163 [Book Section]

Savransky, Martin. 2013. ''Liminal Refrains: Speculations on Truth and Change in Art and Science''. In: public lecture given in January 2013 at the Dresden Staatschauspiel. Dresden, Germany. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Savransky, Martin. 2013. 'Liminal Refrains: Speculations on Truth and Change in Art and Science'. Notatnik Teatralny(72-73), pp. 324-334. ISSN 0867-2598 [Article]

Savransky, Martin. 2013. ''Modes of Invention: Whitehead, Speculative Thinking and The Stubbornness of Objects''. In: 'II London Conference in Critical Thought', Royal Holloway. University of London, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Savransky, Martin. 2014. ''The Question of Relevance: An Opening''. In: the BSA Social Theory Study Group, London School of Economics. London School of Economics, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Savransky, Martin. 2012. ''Recalcitrant Bodies: Vital Becomings and the Limits of Control''. In: 'Control's Other Side(s) Annual Conference', Graduate School of History and Sociology. University of Bielefeld, Germany. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Savransky, Martin. 2014. ''Speculative Thinking and Inventive Knowing' '. In: 'Speculation and Social Science' special event, British Sociological Association Annual Conference. University of Leeds, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Savransky, Martin. 2012. ''This World which Is not One: Universalism and the Ontopolitics of Experience''. In: 'Theories of Globalization' Lecture Series, MA Global Studies, Institute of Sociology. University of Freiburg, Germany. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Savransky, Martin. 2014. ''The Wager of an Unfinished Present: Notes on Speculative Pragmatism''. In: 'Speculation and Speculative Research Workshop. Unit of Play, Goldsmiths, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Savransky, Martin. ''Wondering About What Matters: The Adventure of Relevance and a Social Science to Come', paper presented at the 'Beyond matters, beyond concerns?'. In: event organised by the STS-Barcelona group, Open University of Catalonia. Barcelona, Spain. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Savransky, Martin. 2012. Worlds in The Making: Social Sciences and the Ontopolitics of Knowledge. Postcolonial Studies, 15(3), pp. 351-368. ISSN 1368-8790 [Article]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2001. Africities: Popular Engagements of the Urban in Contemporary Africa. Space and Culture, 4(7-6), pp. 252-264. ISSN 1206-3312 [Article]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2011. The Ambivalence of the Arbitrary: A supplement to Ash Amin’s ‘Remainders of Race. Theory, Culture and Society , 28(1), pp. 129-137. ISSN 0263-2764 [Article]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2001. Between Ghetto and Globe: Remaking Urban Life in Africa. In: Mariken Vaa; Inge Tvedten and Arne Tostensen, eds. Associational Life in African Cities: Popular Responses to the Urban Crisis. Uppsala: Nordic Africa Institute , pp. 46-63. ISBN 978-9171064653 [Book Section]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2011. Demonstrations at Work: Some notes from Urban Africa. In: Ray Hutchison and Bruce Haynes, eds. The Ghetto: Contemporary Global Issues and Controversies. New York: Westview Press, pp. 245-264. ISBN 978-0813345031 [Book Section]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2006. Intersecting Geographies? ICTs and other virtualities in urban Africa. In: Greg Downey and Melissa Fisher, eds. Frontiers of Capital: Ethnographic Reflections on the New Economy. London: Duke University Press, pp. 133-161. ISBN 978-0822337270 [Book Section]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2009. The Last Shall Be First: African Urbanities and the Larger Urban World. In: Andreas Huyssen, ed. Other Cities, Other Worlds: Urban imaginaries in a globalizing age. London: Duke University Press , pp. 99-119. ISBN 978-0822342717 [Book Section]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2005. Local Navigation in Douala. In: Stephen Read; Jürgen Rosemann and Job Van Eldijk, eds. Future City. London and New York: Spon Press, pp. 212-227. ISBN 978-0415284516 [Book Section]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2011. Materiality and Affect in an African City. In: Gary Bridge and Sophie Watson, eds. The New Blackwell Companion to the City. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 357-366. ISBN 978-1118655306 [Book Section]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2003. My Soul I Can See: The Limits of Growing African Cities in a Context of Globalization and Complexity. In: Richard Stren and Patricia McCarney, eds. Governance on the Ground: Innovations and Discontinuities in Cities of the Developing World: Innovations and Discontinuities in the Developing World. London: Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. 220-250. ISBN 978-0801878510 [Book Section]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2012. Nation, Modernity, World: an Introduction to SectionThree. In: Greig Crysler; Stephen Cairns and Hilde Heyden, eds. The Sage Handbook of Architectural Theory. London and New York: SAGE, pp. 201-212. ISBN 978-1446282632 [Book Section]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2011. No Longer the Subaltern: refiguring cities of the Global South. In: Tim Edensor and Mark Jayne, eds. Urban Theory Beyond the West: A World of Cities. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 31-47. ISBN 978-0415589765 [Book Section]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2001. On the Worlding of African Cities. African Studies Review , 44(2), pp. 15-41. ISSN 0002-0206 [Article]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2008. The Politics of ‘Cityness’ and a World of Deals. In: Peter Mörtenböck and Helge Mooshammer, eds. Networked Cultures: Parallel Architectures and the Politics of Space. Rotterdam: Netherlands Architecture Institute, NAi Publishers. ISBN 978-9056620592 [Book Section]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2008. Practices of Convertibility in Inner City Douala and Johannesburg. In: Kamran Ali and Martina Rieker, eds. Gendering Urban Space in the Middle East, South Asia and Africa. Palgrave Macmillan , pp. 135-168. ISBN 978-1403975232 [Book Section]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2002. Principles and Realities of Urban Governance in Africa. Nairobi: UN-Habitat . ISBN 978-9211316612 [Book]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2010. Reaching a Larger World: Muslim Youth and Expanding Circuitries of Operation. In: Linda Herrera and Asef Bahat, eds. Being Young and Muslim: New Cultural Politics in the Global South and North. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 188-211. ISBN 978-0195369205 [Book Section]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2001. Straddling the Divides: Remaking Associational Life in the Informal African City. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 25(1), pp. 102-117. ISSN 0309-1317 [Article]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2012. Urban Screens. In: Celia Lury and Nina Wakeford, eds. Inventive Methods: The Happening of the Social. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 202-218. ISBN 978-0415721103 [Book Section]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 1998. Urban Social Fields in Africa. Social Text, 56, pp. 71-89. ISSN 0164-2472 [Article]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2011. The Urbanity of Movement: Dynamic Frontiers in Contemporary Africa. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 31(4), pp. 379-391. ISSN 0739-456X [Article]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 2003. The Visible and Invisible: Remaking Cities in Africa. In: Okwui Ewenzor; Carlos Basualdo; Ute Meta Bauer; Susanne Ghez; Sarat Maharaj; Mark Nash and Octavio Zaya, eds. Under Siege: Four African Cities: Freetown, Johannesburg, Kinshasa, Lagos. Germany: Hatje Cantz Publishers . ISBN 978-3775790901 [Book Section]

Simone, AbdouMaliq. 1994. Whose Image: Political Islam and Urban Practices in Sudan. Chicago: University Of Chicago Press . ISBN 978-0226758701 [Book]

Simone, AbdouMaliq and Abouhani , Abdelghani . 2005. Urban Africa: Changing Contours of Survival in the City. Zed Books Ltd . ISBN 978-1842775936 [Book]

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Simone, AbdouMaliq and Hecht, David. 1995. Invisible Governance: The Art of African Micropolitics. Autonomedia. ISBN 978-0936756530 [Book]

Wainwright, S.; Michael, Mike and Williams, C.. 2008. Shifting paradigms? Reflections on regenerative medicine, embryonic stem cells and pharmaceuticals. Sociology Of Health & Illness, 30(6), pp. 959-974. ISSN 0141-9889 [Article]

Wainwright, S.; Williams, C.; Michael, Mike; Farsides, B. and Cribb, A.. 2006. Ethical boundary-work in the embryonic stem cell laboratory. Sociology Of Health & Illness, 28(6), pp. 732-748. [Article]

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Waldby, C.; Rosengarten, Marsha; Treloar, C. and Fraser, S.. 2004. Blood and bioidentity: ideas about self, boundaries and risk among blood donors and people living with Hepatitis C. Social Science & Medicine, 59(7), pp. 1461-1471. ISSN 02779536 [Article]

Waller, Laurie. 2015. 'At home in the studio: a note on Daphne Oram's sound-house'. In: Ignacio Farias and Alex Wilkie, eds. Studio Studies: Operations, Topologies & Displacements (CRESC). Routledge. ISBN 978-1138798717 [Book Section] (Forthcoming)

Waller, Laurie. 2013. 'Distributing objects, synthesising subjects: The science exhibition as public experiment'. In: CRESC conference. London, United Kingdom 4-6 September 2013. [Conference or Workshop Item]

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Waller, Laurie. 2015. Exhibition as experiment: a study of science and culture at the Science Museum. Doctoral thesis, Goldsmiths, University of London. [Thesis]

Waller, Laurie. 2014. 'Machines in sonic culture'. In: Music and Technology event at the Victoria and Albert Museum. London, United Kingdom. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Waller, Laurie. 2012. 'Public engagement and the politics of display'. In: Science in Public conference.. London, United Kingdom 11-12 July 2012. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Waller, Laurie. 2012. 'Public experiments and exhibition in practice'. In: EASST/4S Design and Displacement conference. Copenhagen, Denmark 17-20 October 2012. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Waller, Laurie. 2014. 'Review of The Oxford Handbook of Sound Studies by Trevor Pinch and Karin Bijsterveldt'. Science and Technology Studies, 27(21), pp. 111-114. [Article]

Waller, Laurie. 2013. 'Sociology after the sound image'. In: Goldsmiths graduate festival. London, United Kingdom April/May 2013. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Waller, Laurie. 2013. 'A boundary object in the Science Museum: The case of the Oramics Machine. '. In: Media Archaeology and Technological Debris conference. London, United Kingdom 20-12 June 2013. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Waller, Laurie. 2012. 'A sound production: the study of exhibition as environment'. In: joint CSISP/SPEAP seminar . London, United Kingdom 7 March 2012. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Wilkie, Alex. 2013. Prototyping as Event: Designing the Future of Obesity. Journal of Cultural Economy, pp. 1-17. [Article]

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Wilkie, Alex. 2011. Regimes of Design, Logics of Users. Athenea Digital, 11(1), pp. 317-334. ISSN 1578-8946) [Article]

Wilkie, Alex and Mattozzi, Alvise. 2014. Learning Design Through Social Science. In: Giorgio Camuffo; Maddalena Dalla Mura and Alvise Mattozzi, eds. About learning and design. Bozen-Bolzano, Italy: Bozen-Bolzano University Press, pp. 196-203. ISBN 978-88-6046-067-7 [Book Section]

Wilkie, Alex and Michael, Mike. 2015. The Design Studio as a Centre of Synthesis. In: Ignacio Farías and Alex Wilkie, eds. Studio Studies: Operations, Topologies & Displacements. London; New York, NY: Routledge, pp. 25-39. ISBN ISBN 978-1-138-79871-7 [Book Section]

Wilkie, Alex and Michael, Mike. 2009. Expectation and Mobilisation: Enacting Future Users. Science, Technology & Human Values, 34(4), pp. 502-522. ISSN 0162-2439 [Article]

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