Gabriella Coleman
Gabriella Coleman
Associate Professor, Department of Art History and Communication, McGill University
Verified email at mcgill.ca - Homepage
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Coding freedom: The ethics and aesthetics of hacking
EG Coleman
Princeton University Press, 2012
11212012
Hacker, hoaxer, whistleblower, spy: The many faces of Anonymous
G Coleman
Verso books, 2014
8792014
Ethnographic approaches to digital media
EG Coleman
Annual review of anthropology 39, 2010
6952010
Hacker practice: Moral genres and the cultural articulation of liberalism
EG Coleman, A Golub
Anthropological Theory 8 (3), 255-277, 2008
3832008
The political agnosticism of free and open source software and the inadvertent politics of contrast
G Coleman
Anthropological Quarterly 77 (3), 507-519, 2004
2262004
Code is speech: Legal tinkering, expertise, and protest among free and open source software developers
G Coleman
Cultural anthropology 24 (3), 420-454, 2009
2052009
8. Phreaks, Hackers, and Trolls
EG Coleman
The social media reader, 99-119, 2012
1982012
Hacker politics and publics
G Coleman
Public Culture 23 (3 (65)), 511-516, 2011
1472011
Anonymous: From the Lulz to collective action
G Coleman
The new everyday: a media commons project 6, 2011
1462011
Our weirdness is free
G Coleman
Triple Canopy 15, 13, 2012
1452012
The hacker conference: A ritual condensation and celebration of a lifeworld
G Coleman
Anthropological Quarterly, 47-72, 2010
1232010
Anonymous in context: The politics and power behind the mask
G Coleman
882013
From Internet farming to weapons of the geek
G Coleman
Current Anthropology 58 (S15), S91-S102, 2017
632017
The social production of ethics in Debian and free software communities: Anthropological lessons for vocational ethics
EG Coleman, B Hill
Free/open source software development, 273-295, 2005
542005
15. Hacker
G Coleman
Digital Keywords, 158-172, 2016
502016
The participatory condition in the digital age
D Barney, G Coleman, C Ross, J Sterne, T Tembeck
U of Minnesota Press, 2016
472016
The social construction of freedom in free and open source software: Hackers, ethics, and the liberal tradition.
EG Coleman
462005
Review of Lilleker and Lees-Marshment (2005)
S Coleman
Parliamentary Affairs 60 (1), 180-186, 2007
42*2007
The politics of rationality: Psychiatric survivor’s challenge to psychiatry
EG Coleman
Tactical biopolitics, 341-363, 2008
352008
Closer to the Metal
F Brunton, G Coleman
Media technologies: Essays on communication, materiality, and society, 77-97, 2014
332014
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