Donna Haraway. "The Cyborg Manifesto." In Simians, Cyborgs and Women: The Reinvention of Nature. New York: Routledge, 1991.
Paul Edwards. "The Army and the Microworld: Computers and the Politics of Gender Identity." Signs 16 (1990): 102-127.
N. Katherine Hayles. "Chapter 2: Virtual Bodies and Flickering Signifiers." In How We Became Posthuman. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999.
Week Nine: Work
Venus Green. "Race and Technology: African American Women in the Bell System, 1945-1980." Technology and Culture 36, Supplement: Snapshots of a Discipline: Selected Proceedings from the Conference on Critical Problems and Research Frontiers in the History of Technology, Madison, Wisconsin, October 30-November 3, 1991 (1995): S101-S144.
Gina Neff and David Stark. "Permanently Beta: Responsive Organization in the Internet Era." In Society Online. Philip Howard and Steve Jones, eds. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2004. Online at: http://www.sociology.columbia.edu/pdf-files/stark4.pdf
Wanda Orlikowski. "Using Technology and Constituting Structures: A Practice Lens for
Studying Technology in Organizations." Organization Science 11 (2000): 404-28.
Hector Postigo. "From Pong to Planet Quake: Post-Industrial Transitions from Leisure to Work." Information, Communication & Society 6 (2003): 593-607.
Julian Orr. Talking About Machines: An Ethnography of a Modern Job. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1996.
Fred Turner. "Where the Counterculture Met the New Economy: The WELL and the Origins of Virtual Community." Technology and Culture 46 (2005): 485-512.
Week 10: Changes in journalism practice and analysis
Pablo Boczkowski. Digitizing the News. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2005.
Fred Turner. "Actor-Networking the News." Social Epistemology Vol. 19, No. 4, 321-324.
Joost van Loon and Emma Hemmingway. "Organisations, identities and technologies in innovation management: The rise and fall of Bi-Media in the BBC East Midlands." Intervention Research 1 (2005): 125-147.
Week Eleven: A brief history of now
Fred Turner. From Counterculture to Cyberculture: Stewart Brand, the Whole Earth Network, and the Rise of Digital Utopianism. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006.
Thomas Streeter. "The Romantic Self and the Politics of Internet Commercialization." Cultural Studies 17 (2003): 648-668.
Week Twelve: Invisible technologies: Platforms, containers, and formats
Tarleton Gillespie. "Designed to 'Effectively Frustrate': Copyright, Technology, and the Agency of Users." New Media & Society 8 (2006): 651-669.
Christina Dunbar-Hester. "'Free the Spectrum!' Activist Encounters with Old and New Media Technology." New Media & Society 11 (2010): 221-240.
Jonathan Sterne. "The MP3 as Cultural Artifact." New Media & Society 8 (2006): 825-842
Tarleton Gillespie. "The Politics of Platforms." New Media & Society 12 (2010): 347-364.
Week Thirteen: Geek politics
Christopher Kelty. Two Bits: The Cultural Significance of Free Software. Duke University Press, 2008.
Christina Dunbar-Hester. "Geeks, Meta-Geeks, and Gender Trouble: Activism, Identity, and FM Radio." Social Studies of Science 38 (2008): 201-232.