Peer-reviewed and other academic publications:
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 Journalism, 4(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 Women, 43(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.
Visible Protests in the Hybrid Media Era: Social Media, Live Streaming and Witnessing, The Institute for Future Media and Journalism (March 27, 2017)
“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.