Refereed Journal Articles
Ferrari, E. (2020). Sincerely fake: Exploring user-generated political fakes and networked publics. Social Media + Society.
Ferrari, E. (2020). Bodies that matter, bodies that don’t: Selective disembodiment in the early Wired magazine (1993-1997). Internet Histories.
Ferrari, E. (2020). Technocracy meets populism: the dominant technological imaginary of Silicon Valley. Communication, Culture & Critique.
Ferrari, E. (2019). “Free country, free internet”: The symbolic power of technology in the Hungarian internet tax protests. Media, Culture & Society. Pdf.
Ferrari, E. (2018). Fake accounts, real activism: political faking and user-generated satire as activist intervention. New Media & Society. Pdf.
Ferrari, E. (2016). Social media for the 99%? Rethinking social movements’ identity and strategy in the corporate web 2.0. Communication and the Public. Pdf.
Ferrari, E. and Remensperger, J. (2019). “’When under surveillance, always put on a good show’: Representations of surveillance in the United States underground press, 1968-1972″. In Making Surveillance Societies: Transnational Histories, ed. Rob Heynen and Emily van der Meulen. University of Toronto Press.
Clark, R., Erdener, J., Ferrari, E., Yang, G. (2017). Activist Media. In Oxford Bibliographies in Communication. Ed. Patricia Moy. New York: Oxford University Press.
The Hungarian internet tax protests: freedom, modernity and the political power of technology. Internet Policy Observatory. 2018
Italy issues a declaration of internet rights – now let’s improve it. CGCS Media Wire. 2015