Recent work (selected):
International Journal of Communication, “Political Communication, Computational Propaganda, and Autonomous Agents”
International Journal of Communication, Editor, “Special Section: Automation, Algorithms, and Politics”
First Monday, “Automating Power: Social Bot Interference in Global Politics”
Routledge Handbook of Media, Conflict, and Security, “Social Media, Revolution, and the Rise of the Political Bots”
Research Memos –
www.politicalbots.org, Bots and Automation over Twitter during the US Election
www.politicalbots.org, Bots and Automation over Twitter during the Third US Presidential Debate
www.politicalbots.org, Bots and Automation over Twitter during the Second US Presidential Debate
www.politicalbots.org, Bots and Automation over Twitter during the First US Presidential Debate
The Atlantic, “How Twitter Bots are Shaping the US Election.” w/Douglas Guilbeault
Wired, “Bots Unite to Automate the Presidential Election” w/Phil Howard
Motherboard, “How to Think About Bots: A Botifesto” w/boyd et al.
Slate, “How Politicians Should Use Twitter Bots” w/Tim Hwang
Political Botnets: A Ten State Investigation of Political Bots, Government Trolling, and Online Propaganda, Editor, produced in conjunction with the Oxford Internet Institute and Jigsaw at Google.
A Network Self: Platforms, Stories,Connections, Papacharissi (ed.), “The Bot Proxy: How Botmakers Automate the Social,” w/Samantha Shorey
University of Maryland Law Review, “Campaign Bots and the Law: A Legal Analysis of Automation and Campaign Finance,” w/ Ryan Calo and Phil Howard
Under Submission, “From Hanging Out to Figuring It Out: Socializing as a Pathway to Computational Thinking,” w/Samantha Shorey and Benjamin Mako Himm
Woolley, Samuel, Political Bot Exhibit, Future Design Exhibition, Victoria and Albert (V&A) Museum-London.