Articles and Writing

Peer-reviewed and other academic publications: 

NEW BOOK: Lokot, T. (2021). Beyond the Protest Square: Digital Media and Augmented Dissent. New York: Rowman & Littlefield. 160 p.

Lokot, T. (2020). Articulating networked citizenship on the Russian internet: A case for competing affordances. Social Media + Society, 6(4).

Lokot, T. (2020). Data Subjects vs. People’s Data: Competing Discourses of Privacy and Power in Modern Russia. Media & Communication, 8(2), 314-322.

Lokot, T. (2018). Be Safe or Be Seen? How Russian Activists Negotiate Visibility and Security in Online Resistance Practices. Surveillance & Society, 16(3), 332-346.

Lokot, T. (2018). Urban Murals and the Post-Protest Imagery of Networked Publics: The Remediated Aftermath of Ukraine’s Euromaidan on Instagram. WiderScreen, 1-2/2018.

Lokot, T. (2018). #IAmNotAfraidToSayIt: stories of sexual violence as everyday political speech on Facebook. Information, Communication & Society, 21(6), 802-817.

Lokot, T. (2017). Public Networked Discourses in the Ukraine-Russia Conflict: ‘Patriotic Hackers’ and Digital Populism. Irish Studies in International Affairs, 28, 99-116.

Karamshuk, D., Lokot, T., Pryymak, O., & Sastry, N. (2016, November). Identifying Partisan Slant in News Articles and Twitter During Political Crises. In International Conference on Social Informatics (pp. 257-272). Springer International Publishing.

Lokot, T., & Diakopoulos, N. (2016). News bots: Automating news and information dissemination on Twitter. Digital Journalism4(6), 682-699.

Lokot, T., Prado, A., Xu, B., and Steiner, L. (2015). News Magazine Coverage of the Petraeus/Broadwell Affair: The Disjunction between Power and Agency. Media Report to Women43(2), 6-11, 21.

Mapping the 2012 Election: Use of Crowdmapping in Ukraine, The Civic Media Project, MIT Press. (March 10, 2015)

Galas: Mobilizing & Managing Volunteer Humanitarian Efforts Online During Euromaidan Protests In Ukraine, The Civic Media Project, MIT Press. (March 10, 2015).

Oates, S. & Lokot, T. (2013) Twilight of the Gods?: How the Internet Challenged Russian News Frames in the Winter Protests of 2011–12. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research Annual Conference, Dublin, Ireland.

Other writing:

Lokot, T. (2020, November). The Landscape As a Monument: Time, Space and Memory in the Geographies of Eastern Ukraine, Mediapolis: A Journal of Cities and Culture, vol. 5, no. 4 (November 2020).

Disconnecting the Russian Internet: Implications of the New “Digital Sovereignty” Bill (with Maria Lipman), Point & Counterpoint, PONARS Eurasia (February 21, 2019).

Telegram: What’s In an App?, Point & Counterpoint, PONARS Eurasia (November 26, 2018).

Russia’s problem with social media memes, RTÉ Brainstorm (August 20, 2018).

Visible Protests in the Hybrid Media Era: Social Media, Live Streaming and Witnessing, The Institute for Future Media and Journalism (March 27, 2017)

The Luhansk Excursions: Dashcams and Nostalgia in Eastern Ukraine, Global Voices (May 17, 2016)

Blogger Law Traps Russia’s Activists in Limbo,” The Moscow Times (August 21, 2014)

Dilutions of Grandeur: Meme Longevity and Political Disillusionment, Cyborgology (January 19, 2013)

Dead or Not Dead? Technology, Media and Death, Cyborgology (July 29, 2013)

My RuNet Echo author profile at Global Voices.


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