• Crisp, Virginia (Forthcoming, 2017) ‘Access and Power: Film Distribution, Re-intermediation and Piracy’ in Paul Cooke, Stephanie Dennison and Alexander Marlow-Mann, eds. Routledge Companion to the Mapping World Cinema Series, London: Routledge.
  • Crisp, Virginia (Forthcoming, 2017) ‘New Gatekeepers?: Power and Influence in Online Film Filesharing Forums’ In Stefano Baschiera and Alexander Fisher, eds. World Cinema On Demand: Global Film Cultures in the Era of Online Distribution, Bristol: Intellect


  • Kamila Kuc, The Promises of the Avant-Garde: Polish Experiments in Film from Expressionism to Constructivism (forthcoming, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2016).
  • Janneke Adema and Gary Hall (forthcoming, 2016) The Political Nature of the Book (Mexico: Taller de Ediciones Económicas)(This is a Spanish translation of our text of the same name.)
  • Gary Hall (in press, publication July 2016) The Uberfication of the University (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press).
  • Janneke Adema and Kamila Kuc (forthcoming 2016) ‘Unruly Gestures: Seven Cine-paragraphs on Reading/Writing Practices in our Post-Digital Condition’ in M. De Rosa and L. Fales (eds). Shifting Layers. New Perspectives in Media Archaeology Across Digital Media and Audiovisual Arts. Mimesis International.
  • Crisp, Virginia (Forthcoming 2016) ‘Disingenuous Intermediaries: Expanding Definitions of Film Distribution’ In Gabriel Menotti, Patricia Moran and Marcos Bastos, eds. Cinema Apesar da Imagem
  • Kamila Kuc and Joanna Zylinska, eds., Photomediations: An Open Reader (Open Humanities Press). Available in PDF and hard copy, October 2015.
  • Gary Hall (2016) Pirate Philosophy (Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press).
  • (2016) ‘Just Because You Write about Posthumanism Doesn’t Mean You Aren’t a Liberal Humanist: An Interview with Gary Hall‘, by Francien Broekhuizen, Simon Dawes, Danai Mikelli and Poppy Wilde, Networking Knowledge, Vol 9, No 1.
  • Matthew Hawkins, Interdisciplinary Challenges in visual methodology: understanding data production and ‘interpetive act’, in Journal of Contemporary Ethnography (2016, forthcoming).
  • Matthew Hawkins, A Geographer, a Social Scientist, A Cultural Studies Scholar and a Filmmaker Walk into a Bar: Four Voices in Visual Methods, Journal of Visual Methods (2016, Forthcoming).
  • Crisp, Virginia and McCulloch, Richard (Forthcoming, May 2016) ‘Sing-a-longs and Cinephiles: Exhibition and Contemporary Cult Audiences at the Prince Charles Cinema’ Participations: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies, Special themed issue – Inside-the-scenes: The rise of experiential cinema 13 (1)
  • Matthew Hawkins, In or Out – A Slice of What we Eat (2016). Funded by Food Standards Agency, Scotland.
  • Jonathan Shaw, contribution to Loose Associations (ed), The Photographers’ Gallery, London. (forthcoming)
  • Jonathan Shaw, ‘chrono-sculptures’, with Motion Lab at Deakin University (forthcoming).



  • Kamila Kuc, ‘Cinema Without Film: A Sketch of a Fragmented History of the Polish Avant-Garde Film, 1916 – 1934’, Cingergie. Il cinema e le altre arti. Also available in pdf version, March 2015
  • ‘Open to Disruption: Education and “either/and” Media Practice’, interview with Gary Hall, Shaun Hides and Jonathan Shaw published in Journal of Media Practice, Volume 16, Issue 1, 2015.
  • Crisp, Virginia and Gabriel Menotti Gonring (2015) Besides the Screen: Moving Images through Distribution, Promotion and Curation, London: Palgrave – ebook –
  • Matthew Hawkins, A Meeting in Lascaux, A Journey into the Birth of art via George Bataille and the Cats (2015).
  • Anthony Luvera and Griffin, S. (2015) ‘What is the role of artists in defining place and creating change in the world?’ in In Conversation: Place and Revolution. Edited by Gemma Turnbull. Pittsburgh: Open Engagement.
    [Journal article co-written with Synthia Griffin, Curator of Community and Engagement, Tate Modern.]
  • Anthony Luvera (2015) ‘Is it possible to have a truly reciprocal partnership with a community?’ in The Questions We Ask Together. Edited by Gemma Turnbull. Pittsburgh: Open Engagement.
    [Edited collection on the ethics of collaborative practice featuring writing by Anthony Luvera alongside Allison Agsten (University of California, Los Angeles), Joshua Dector (New York University), Pablo Helguera (MOMA New York), Grant Kester (University of California, San Diego), and Stephen Wright (Collège International de Philosophie, Paris).]
  • Anthony Luvera (2015) Not Going Shopping. Malmo: Malmo Fotobiennal.
    [4,000 copies distributed freely to residents of Malmo Sweden, and Copenhagen Denmark to accompany the exhibition of Not Going Shopping, a solo headline exhibition for the Malmo Fotobiennal which took place from 11/09/15 to 20/09/15. The publication features a commissioned in-conversation between Anthony Luvera and Jason E Bowman (Master of Fine Art Programme Leader at Valand Academy, University of Gothenburg). Funded and supported by Malmo Fotobiennial, Malmo Stad, Arts Council England, Heritage Lottery Fund, Photoworks, New Writing South, Pink Fringe, and Queer in Brighton.]


  • Paulien van Mourik Broekman, Open Education: A Study in Disruption (London: Rowman and Littlefield International, 2014).  (Open access version available here.)
  • Jonathan Shaw, NEWFOTOSCAPES (Library of Birmingham, 2014).
  • Gary Hall, ‘Copyfight‘, Critical Keywords for the Digital Humanities (Lüneburg: Centre for Digital Cultures, Leuphana University, 2014).
  • Janneke Adema, ‘Cutting scholarship together/apart. Rethinking the political-economy of scholarly book publishing’. In: xtine Burrough, Eduardo Navas and Owen Gallagher (eds.), The Routledge Companion to Remix Studies. (London and New York: Routledge, 2014). Online PDF
  • Janneke Adema, ‘‘Open Access’, in: Critical Keywords for the Digital Humanities (The Centre for Digital Cultures, Leuphana: Meson Press, 2014). Online
  • Janneke Adema (with Eelco Ferwerda), ‘Publication Practices in Motion: The Benefits of Open Access Publishing for the Humanities’, in:  New Publication Cultures in the Humanities. Exploring the Paradigm Shift, Péter Dávidházi (ed.) (Amsterdam University Press, 2014). Online PDF
  • Crisp, Virginia (2014) ‘To Name A Thief: Constructing the Deviant Pirate’ in Martin Fredriksson and James Arvanitakis eds. Piracy: Leakages from Modernity, Los Angeles, CA: Litwin Books – chapter –

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