Sky Croeser (2016). Thinking Beyond ‘Free Speech’ in Responding to Online Harassment. Ada: a journal of gender, new media, and technology, 10.
Christalla Yakinthou and Sky Croeser (2016). Transforming Tunisia: Transitional Justice and Internet Governance in a Post-Revolutionary Society. International Journal of Transitional Justice, 10.
Sky Croeser and Tim Highfield (2015). Harbouring Dissent: Greek Independent and Social Media and the Antifascist Movement. Fibreculture Journal, 26.
Global Justice and the Politics of Information: The struggle over knowledge. (2015). Routledge.
Book Review: Beyond Capitalism: Building Democratic Alternatives for Today and the Future (2015) Political Science 67: 84-86, doi:10.1177/0032318715582131
Sky Croeser and Tim Highfield (2015). Mapping Movements – Social Movement Research and Big Data: Critiques and Alternatives. Compromised Data From Social Media to Big Data. Bloomsbury.
Sky Croeser and Tim Highfield (2014). Occupy Oakland and #oo: uses of Twitter within the Occupy movement. First Monday, 19(3).
Voices from the Field: Lessons in Social Change in the Global Economy (2014). Lexington Books. Ed. with Shae Garwood and Christalla Yakinthou.
‘Changing Facebook’s Architecture’ (2014). In An Education in Facebook? Routledge. Eds. Tama Leaver and Mike Kent.
Contested Technologies: the emergence of the digital liberties movement. (2012). First Monday, 17(8).
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.
CONFERENCE PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS
Feminist Critiques of Digital Liberties Activism: Pathways to Transformative Change (2015) Union of Democratic Communications Conference: Circuits of Struggle, 1 – 3 May, Toronto, Canada.
Online governance without liberal theory (2015) Theorizing the Web, 17 – 18 April, New York City.
Sky Croeser and Tim Highfield (2014) Greek independent media and the antifascist movement, Social Media & Society, 27 – 28 September, Toronto, Canada.
Building effective alliances around the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (2014) Linux Conference Australia, 6 – 10 January, Perth, Australia.
Sky Croeser and Tim Highfield (2013) Mapping Movements, Social Movement Research and Big Data: Critiques and Alternatives [Slides + audio]. Compromised Data? New paradigms in social media theory and methods. 28 – 29 October, Toronto, Canada.
Why digital technologies matter, and what we might do about it (2013) Bfest, 24 May, Athens, Greece.
‘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].
Social Movement Theory and Technological Change. (2012). Technology Conference 2012, Los Angeles, 16 – 18th January.
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.
How private funding influences GM research, (2014), The Conversation.
Whose streets? Claiming public space and occupying Oakland, (2012). Global Comment.