Neilson, Brett and Ned Rossiter (forthcoming) ‘Automating Labour, Sovereign Machines and the Politics of Data Centre Technologies’, in Carline Roth-Ebner and Mascha Will-Zocholl, eds. Topologies of Digital Work, Palgrave.
Magee, Liam and Ned Rossiter (forthcoming) ‘Habits of Data and Labour in Warehousing’, in Tony Bennett, Gay Hawkins and Greg Noble, eds. Assembling and Governing Habits, Abingdon: Routledge.
Neilson, Brett (in press 2020) ‘The Reverse of Engineering’, South Atlantic Quarterly.
Rossiter, Ned (in press 2020) ‘Logistical Media Theory, the Politics of Time and the Geopolitics of Automation’, in Matthew Hockenberry, Nicole Starosielski and Susan Zieger, eds. Assembly Codes: The Logistics of Media, Durham: Duke University Press.
Rossiter, Ned (2019) ‘Copper’, in Timon Beyes, Robin Holt and Claus Pias, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Media, Technology and Organization Studies, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Mezzadra, Sandro and Brett Neilson (2019) The Politics of Operations: Excavating Contemporary Capitalism. Durham: Duke University Press.
Neilson, Brett and Ned Rossiter (2019) ‘Theses on Automation and Labour’, in Didier Bigo, Engin Isin and Evelyn Ruppert, eds. Data Politics: Worlds, Subjects, Rights. Abingdon: Routledge, 187-206.
Lovink, Geert and Ned Rossiter (2019) ‘Afterword: Propositions on the Organizational Form’, in Timon Beyes, Lisa Conrad and Reinhold Martin, eds. Organize, Minneapolis and Lüneburg: University of Minnesota Press / Meson Press, 89-101.
Notley, Tanya (2019) ‘The Environmental Costs of the Global Digital Economy in Asia and the Urgent Need for Better Policy’, Media International Australia 173(1): 125-141.
Neilson, Brett and Tanya Notley (2019), ‘Data Centres as Logistical Facilities: Singapore and the Emergence of Production Topologies’, Work, Organisation, Labour, Globalisation 13(1): 15-29.
Lovink, Geert and Ned Rossiter (2018) Organization after Social Media, Colchester and New York: Minor Compositions (an imprint of Autonomedia).
Mezzadra, Sandro and Brett Neilson (2018) ‘Entre extraction et exploitation: des mutations en cours dans l’organisation de la coopération sociale’, Actuel Marx 63: 97-113.
Rossiter, Ned (2018) ‘BMW Factory, Automated Labour and the Logistical State’, in Juliane Schickendanz, ed. Urban Consequences of Global Logistics, Leipzig: Werkleitz Festival, 38-41, 43-45 (translated into German).
Lovink, Geert and Ned Rossiter (2018) ‘Organized Networks in the Age of Platform Capitalism’, in Graham Meikle, ed. The Routledge Companion to Media and Activism, Abingdon: Routledge, 404-13.
Lovink, Geert and Ned Rossiter (2018) ‘Organization in Platform Capitalism’, in Rosi Braidotti and Maria Hlavajova, eds. Posthuman Glossary, London: Bloomsbury, 306-8.
Mezzadra, Sandro and Brett Neilson (2017) ‘On the Multiple Frontiers of Extraction: Excavating Contemporary Capitalism’, Cultural Studies 31(2-3): 185-204.
Rossiter, Ned (2017) ‘Paranoia is Real: Algorithmic Governance and the Shadow of Control’, Media Theory 1(1): 88-102.
Rossiter, Ned and Soenke Zehle (2017), ‘The Experience of Digital Objects: Toward a Speculative Entropology’, Spheres: Journal for Digital Cultures 3.
Rossiter, Ned (2017) ‘Imperial Infrastructures and Asia beyond Asia: Data Centres, State Formation and the Territoriality of Logistical Media’, Fibreculture Journal 29: 1-20.
Reading, Anna and Tanya Notley (2017) ‘Digital Memory Economies: Exploring Globital Memory Capital’, in A. Hoskins, ed. Digital Memory Studies: Media Pasts in Transition. Routledge, London, 205-217.
Neilson, Brett, Tanya Notley and Ned Rossiter (2016) ‘Where is your data? It’s not actually in the cloud, it’s sitting in a data centre’, The Conversation, 31 August.
Apprich, Clemens and Ned Rossiter (2016) ‘Sovereign Media, Critical Infrastructures and Political Subjectivity’, in Ryan Bishop, Kristoffer Gansing, Jussi Parikka and Elvia Wilk, eds. Across and Beyond: A transmediale Reader on Post-Digital Practices, Concepts and Institutions, Berlin: Sternberg Press, 270-83.
Reading, Anna and Tanya Notley (2015) ‘The Materiality of Globital Memory: Bringing the Cloud to Earth’, Continuum 29(4): 511-521.