Global Justice and the Politics of Information: The struggle over knowledge. (forthcoming, 2014). Routledge.
Contested Technologies: the emergence of the digital liberties movement. (2012). First Monday, 17(8)
Social Movement Theory and Technological Change. (2012). Technology Conference 2012, Los Angeles, 16 – 18th January.
The global justice movement and struggles over knowledge [PhD thesis]. (2010).
The global justice movement and struggles over knowledge. (2009). Proceedings of the Australian Political Studies Association Conference, Sydney, 28th to 30th September.
Contested technologies: the global justice movement and emerging constraints on activists’ use of information and communications technologies. (2008). Proceedings of the Australian Political Studies Association Conference, Brisbane, 6th – 9th July.
Framing genetically modified crops: where do women fit into the picture? (2007). Agenda 73, pp. 33 – 45.
The global justice movement: providing human security to the least secure? (2006). ISTR Working Paper Series.
INVITED PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS
‘Open-source politics’: some critiques and suggestions, (2013) Haecksen miniconference at Linux Conference Australia, 28 January – 2 February, Canberra, Australia. [Slides].
#oo activism: uses of Twitter within the Occupy Oakland movement, (2012) Association of Internet Researchers Conference, 18 – 21 October, Salford, UK. [Slides].
Panel: Research methods, questions, and paradigms, (2011). Technology, Governance, and Citizenship Workshop: Communities, Technology, and Participation, 18 – 19 March, 1 Shanti Road, Bengaluru, India.
Closing plenary: conference summation, (2010). Making Links, 15 – 17 November, State Library of Western Australia, Perth.
Free and open source software for NGOs, Making Links, 15 – 17 November, State Library of Western Australia, Perth.
Opening plenary: social media panel, (2010). Making Links, 15 – 17 November, State Library of Western Australia, Perth.