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Critique in a Time of Crisis,


Pip Thornton, blog, pipthornton.com.

How to Balance Research, Innovation and Participation as HCI Researchers?,


Lechelt, Z., Elsden, C., Speed, C., Helgason, I., Paneels, I., Smyth, M. & Terras, M., Proceedings of the Halfway to the Future Symposium 2019. ACM, 4 p. November 2019.


Subprime Language & the Crash,


Pip Thornton, in  Kitchin, R., Graham, M., Mattern, S. and Shaw, J., (eds) (2019) How to Run a City like Amazon, and Other Fables. London: Meatspace Press (2019) .

Of global reach yet of situated contexts: An examination of the implicit and explicit selection criteria that shape digital archives of historical newspapers,


Hauswedell, T, Nyhan, J, Terras, M, Beals, M & Bell, E, Archival Science, vol. 20, no.2, pp. 139-165.


‘An ark to save learning from Deluge’? Reconceptualising legal deposit after the digital turn,


Gooding, P & Terras, M, in P Gooding & M Terras (eds), Electronic Legal Deposit: Shaping the Library Collections of the Future, facet publishing.

Digitised heritage, online audiences and shifting relations of trust,


Ross, J, Capaldi, E, Terras, M, Ganley, C & Lafferty, M, Association of Critical Heritage Studies Conference, 27/08/20 - 30/08/20.



Pip Thornton, in Balaam, M. and Hansen, L. K. (eds), Wilful Technologies: Rage and resilience, Arhus Press.

Words as data: The vulnerability of language in an age of digital capitalism,


Pip Thornton, Crest Security Review, (Spring/09), pp.8-9.

On virtual auras: The cultural heritage object in the age of 3D digital reproduction,

Hindmarch, J, Terras, M & Robson, S, in H Lewi, W Smith, D vom Lehn & C Steve (eds), The Routledge International Handbook of New Digital Practices in Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums and Heritage Sites. Routledge, Oxford, pp. 243-256.