Journal Articles
Read/Write the Digital Archive: Strategies for Historical Web Research

(2015) in Digital Confidential. Eds. Eszter Hargittai and Christian Sandvig.

Collaboration and Co-Creation in Networked Environments: An Interview with Molly Wright Steenson

(2013) in Companion to Media Authorship. Eds. Derek Johnson and Jonathan Gray.

Writing Web Histories With an Eye on the Analog Past

(2012) in New Media and Society. 14(3): 384-400.

Industries, Economies, Aesthetics:  Mapping the Look of the Web in the Dot-com Era

(2010) in Web History. Ed. Niels Brugger. Aarhus: Peter Lang.

Historicizing Web Design: Software, Style, and the Look of the Web

(2009) in Convergence Media History. Eds. Janet Staiger and Sabine Hake.  New York: Routledge. 191-203.

Journal Articles
But You (Don’t) Look Like an African American: African Diaspora Looking Relations between Brazil and the United States

(2016 Forthcoming) Theorizing Diasporic Encounters. Gladys Mitchell-Walthour and Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman, eds. New York: Palgrave Macmillan

Resistance Televised: The TV da Gente Television Network and Brazilian Racial Politics

(2013) in Watching While Black: Centering the Television of Black Audiences.Beretta Smith-Shomade, ed. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, pp. 207 – 219.

(En)countering Exceptionalism: Afro-Brazilian Responses to the Image of Obama.

(2013) Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies 8(3): 323 – 335

Democracy’s Fourth Wave?: Digital Media and the Arab Spring

Author:  Muzammil M. Hussain and Philip N. Howard
Published: 2013
London: Routledge.

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Journal Articles
Three Arenas for Interrogating Digital Politics in Middle East Affairs

(2015) International Journal of Middle East Studies, 47 (02), 366-368.

Digital Infrastructure Politics and Internet Freedom Stakeholders after the Arab Spring

(2014) Journal of International Affairs, 68 (1), 37.

Information Technology and the Limited States of the Arab Spring

(2013) Bits and Atoms: Information and Communication Technology in Areas of Limited Statehood, 17.

Television at Large in South Asia

Author: Aswin Punathambekar and Shanti Kumar (Eds.)
Published: 2013
London: Routledge.

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From Bombay to Bollywood: The Making of a Global Media Industry

Author: Aswin Punathambekar and Shanti Kumar (Eds.)
Published: 2013
New York: New York University Press

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Global Bollywood

Author: Aswin Punathambekar and Anandam Kavoori (Eds.)
Published: 2008
New York: New York University Press.

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Journal Special Issues:
Back to the Future: Media and Communication Studies in the 21st Century.

(2013) Special issue of Media, Culture and Society (Vol. 35, Issue 1, January 2013, with Paddy Scannell).

Media and Religion

(2016, forthcoming) Special issue of Media, Culture and Society (with Paddy Scannell).

Journal Articles
Satire, Elections, and Democratic Politics in Digital India

(2015) Television and New Media [Online First].

Race and Ethnicity in Post-Network American Television: From MTV-Desi to Outsourced

(2015) Television and New Media (with Lia Wolock, Online First).

From to Radio Ceylon: New media and the making of the Bombay film industry.

(2010) Media, Culture and Society, 2010, vol. 32 (5): 841-857.

Reality TV and participatory culture in India

(2010) Popular Communication: International Journal of Media and Culture, 2010, 8(4): 241-255.

Ameen Sayani and Radio Ceylon: Notes towards a history of broadcasting and Bombay cinema

(2010) BioScope: South Asian Screen Studies, 2010, 1(2): 189-197.

Bollywood in the Indian-American Diaspora: Mediating a Transitive Logic of Cultural Citizenship

(2005) International Journal of Cultural Studies, 2005, 8(2): 151-175.

The Makeover: Reality Television and Reflexive Audiences

Author: Katherine Sender
Published: 2012
New York: New York University Press.

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The Politics of Reality TV: Global Perspectives

Author: M. Kraidy and K. Sender (Eds.)
Published: 2011
New York: Routledge

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Business, not Politics: The Making of the Gay Market

Author: Katherine Sender
Published: 2004
New York: Columbia University Press

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Journal Articles
Transgender, Transmedia, Transnationality: Chaz Bono in Documentary and “Dancing with the Stars”

(2014) In C. Carter, L. Steiner, and L. McLaughlin (Eds.) Routledge Companion to Media and Gender. New York: Routledge.

Disorienting Methods: Some Challenges for Transnational Communication Research in Sexuality.

(2013) In L. Comella and K. Sender(Eds.).Doing It: Methodological Challenges for Sexuality Research in Communication. Special section of International Journal of Communication, 7.

No Hard Feelings: Reflexivity and Queer Affect in the New Media Landscape

(2012) In K. Ross (Ed.)The Handbook of Gender, Sex, and Media. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Journal Articles
Symbol of Hope for a World Without Walls: The Fall of the Berlin Wall as a Global Iconic Event

(forthcoming in 2015) Divinatio, 39 (also translated into Bulgarian)

More hope! Ceremonial media events are still important in the 21st century

(forthcoming in 2015) in Mitu, B. & Poulakidakos, S. (Eds.), Global Perspectives on Media Events in Contemporary Society. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Iconoclash, or how to become “friends of interpretable objects?

(2013) Read Bruno Latour! In J. Elkins, K. McGuire, M. Burns, A. Chester, & J. Kuennen (Eds.), Theorizing Visual Studies: Writing Through the Discipline (pp.131-34). New York, London: Routledge.

Counterrevolutionary icons: The representation of the 1956 ‘counterrevolution’ in the Hungarian communist press

(2013) in Journalism Studies, 14(3), 336-354.

Iconic rituals: Towards a social theory of encountering images

(2012) in J. C. Alexander, D. Bartmanski & B. Giesen (Eds.), Iconic power: Materiality and meaning in social life (pp. 219-233). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Remembering through sharing

(2010) in The New Everyday, 1(3) [online journal publication].

Sounds of Reform: Progressivism and Music in Chicago, 1873–1935

Author: Derek Vaillant
Published: 2003
University of North Carolina.

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Journal Articles
At the Speed of Sound: Techno-aesthetic Paradigms in U.S.-French International Broadcasting, 1925-1942

(October 2013) Technology & Culture, Volume 54, Number 4, 888-921.

Sounds from the Life of the Future: Making Sense of U.S. Radio Broadcasting in France, 1921-1939

(2013) in Michele Hilmes and Jason Loviglio, eds., Radio’s New Wave: Global Sound in the Digital Era. New York: Routledge, 180-193.

The Police de l’Air: Amateur Radio and the Politics of Aural Surveillance in France, 1921-1940

(Spring 2010) French Politics, Culture & Society 28, no. 1, 1-24.

Occupied Listeners: The Legacies of Interwar Radio for France During World War II

(2010) in Susan Strasser and David Suisman, eds., Sound in the Era of Mechanical Reproduction. University of Pennsylvania, 141-158.

Que Sais-Je? Problèmes dans la formation de la radiodiffusion en France et aux États-Unis, 1921-1937

(2008) ed. Jean-Jacques Cheval and Bernard Wuillème, La radiodiffusion aux tournants des siècles, Lyon: Deale Editions, 65-76.

The City as a Space of Communication: Hamburg and Chicago as Media Metropolises

(2006) ed. Claudia Schnurmann and Iris Wigger, Tales of Two Cities/Stadtgeschichten aus Hamburg und Chicago, Atlantic Culture Series Band 2, Lit Verlag, 153-164.

Sounds of Whiteness: Local Radio, Racial Formation, and Public Culture in Chicago, 1921–1935

(March 2002) American Quarterly 54, no. 1, 25-66.