Jennifer Evans – co-curator and founder, New Fascism Syllabus

2023. The Queer Art of History: Queer Kinship after Fascism. (Duke University Press).

2023. Gender in Global Contexts: Labor, Law, and Human Rights, co-edited with Shelley O. Rose. (Berghahn Press)

2021. “The New Fascism Syllabus: Networked Knowledge in the Digital Public Sphere” Seminar: a Journal of Germanic Studies, 57(3).

2018. The Ethics of Seeing: Photography and 20th Century German History. Edited together with Paul Betts and Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann (Berghahn Books).

“Fake News, Fake History: Historical Analogy and the Spectre of National Socialism in the Capital Riots of January 2021,” co-written chapter with Brandon Rigato in Qi Wang and Andrew Hoskins, The Remaking of Memory in the Internet Age (under review with Oxford University Press).

“Transatlantic Hate: People, Pathways, and Networks Between Germany and Canada in the 20th and 21st Century” together with Swen Steinberg, David Yuzva Clement, and Danielle Carron (under review with Central European History)

Holocaust Memory in the Digital Mediascape. Co-written with Erica Fagen and Meghan Lundrigan. (Bloomsbury, in preparation).

Sandra Robinson

2022. Platform Multiverse: Discontent and Disconnection among Alt-Rights. Canadian Journal of Communication 47(1), 197–218.

2022. Cases and Traces, Platforms and Publics: Big Data and Health Surveillance. In Communication and Health, eds. J. Greenberg and C. Elliott (Palgrave).

2019. A platform approach to experiential learning. Data literacy and technical skills development, NETCOM: Réseaux, communication et territoire, 33(1-2).

2019. Law’s Expression: Communication, Law and Media in Canada, Toronto: LexisNexis. Co-authored with Sheryl N. Hamilton.

2018. Doppelgängers and databases: New articulations of powerConfigurations 26.

2018. Mining, making, and meaning: Building digital literacy skills in an era of big data, In Reseaux Sociaux, Traces Numerique, et Communication Electronique. Eds. S. Zlitni and F. Liénard (Le Havre: University of Le Havre).

2016. The Vital Network: An Algorithmic Milieu of Communication and ControlCommunication +1 (5).

Laura Madokoro – director of the Disaster Lab

2022. “Whither the refugees? International organisations and “solutions” to displacement, 1921-1960,” with Megan Bradley, Merve Edilman and Chritopher Chanco, Refugee Studies Quarterly

2022. “Eurocentrism and the International Refugee Regime” in the Journal of Modern European History.

2021. ““Oh, Weldon Chan! Where are you hiding?” BC Studies 209.

2020. ““Nothing to Offer in Return”: Refugees, human rights and genocide in Cambodia, 1975-1978,” International Journal 75(2)

2020. ““From Citizens to Refugees”: Japanese Canadians and the Search for Wartime Sanctuary,” Journal of American Ethnic History 39(3)

2019. “Exclusion by Other Means: Medical Testing and Chinese Migration to Canada, 1947-1967,” Histoire Sociale, Social History 52(105)

2017. Dominion of Race: Rethinking Canada’s International History. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press. Co-edited with Francine McKenzie and David Meren.

2016. Elusive Refuge: Chinese Migrants in the Cold War. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Merlyna Lim – Bits and Bytes

2020. The politics and perils of dis/connection in the Global South (Crosscurrent: The Limits and Boundaries of Digital Disconnection). Media, Culture & Society. 

2020. Algorithmic enclaves: Affective politics and algorithms in the neoliberal social media landscape. In M. Boler & E. Davis (eds.), Affective Politics of Digital Media: Propaganda by Other Means,186-203. New York & London: Routledge. 

2019. Disciplining Dissent:Freedom, Control, and Digital Activism in Southeast Asia, in R. Padawangi (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Urbanization in Southeast Asia, Routledge, 478-494. 

2018. “Roots, Routes, Routers: Communications and Media of Contemporary Social Movements.” Journalism & Communication Monographs Series, 20(2): 92-136.

2017. “Freedom to Hate: Social Media, Algorithmic Enclaves, and the Rise of Tribal Nationalism in Indonesia.” Critical Asian Studies, 49 (3): 411-427

Shawn Graham – coordinator of XLab Cultural Heritage Informatics

2020. with Huffer, D., Blackadar, J. Towards a Digital Sensorial Archaeology as an Experiment in Distant Viewing of the Trade in Human Remains on Instagram. Heritage 3, 208-227.

2019. Failing Gloriously and Other Essays Grand Forks. The Digital Press at the University of North Dakota.