Toutes les publications de Fenwick McKelvey


Gehl, R., & McKelvey, F. (2019). Bugging out: darknets as parasites of large-scale media objects. Media, Culture & Society, 41(2), 219–235.

McKelvey, F., et Hunt, R. (2019). Discoverability: Toward a Definition of Content Discovery Through Platforms. Social Media Society, 5(1)

McKelvey, F., et Driscoll, K. (2018). ARPANET and its boundary devices: modems, IMPs, and the inter-structuralism of infrastructures. Internet Histories, 0(0), 1–20.

McKelvey, F., & Piebiak, J. (2018). Porting the political campaign: The NationBuilder platform and the global flows of political technology. New Media & Society20(3), 901-918.

McKelvey, F., Tiessen, M., & Simcoe, L. (2015). A Consensual Hallucination No More? The Internet as Simulation Machine. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 18(4-5), 577–594.

Beyer, J. L., & McKelvey, F. (2015). Piracy & Social Change| You Are Not Welcome Among Us: Pirates and the State. International Journal of Communication9, 19.


McKelvey, F., et Dubois, E. (2017). Computational Propaganda in Canada: The Use of Political Bots. Computational Propaganda Research Project. Oxford: Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford.

McKelvey, F. (2015). We like copies, just don’t let the others fool you: the paradox of the Pirate Bay. Television & New Media16(8), 734-750.


McKelvey, F. (2018) Internet Daemons: Digital Communications Possessed. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.