Samantha Bradshaw and Laura DeNardis (2019). “Privacy by Infrastructure: The Unresolved Case of the Domain Name System.” Policy & Internet, doi:10.1002/poi3.195

William A. Carter and Jennifer C. Daskal. "Low-Hanging Fruit: Evidence-Based Solutions to the Digital Evidence Challenge", Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Technology Policy Program, July 2018.

Nathalie Japkowicz and Yuval Elovici (2018). Special Issue on Data Mining for Cybersecurity. IEEE Computer Society 33.2 (Mar/April 2018).

Laura DeNardis and Mark Raymond (2017). The Internet of Things as a Global Policy Frontier. UC Davis Law Review

Milosevic, T. (2016). Social Media Companies’ Cyberbullying Policies. International Journal Of Communication, 10, 22. Retrieved from

Coskuntuncel, Aras (2016). “Privatization of Governance, Delegated Censorship, and Hegemony in the Digital Era: The Case of Turkey.Journalism Studies, doi:10.1080/1461670X.2016.1197045

Valérie Schafer, Francesca Musiani and Marguerite Borelli (2016). “Negotiating the Web of the Past”, French Journal for Media Research, 6.

Laura DeNardis and Francesca Musiani (2016). “Governance By Infrastructure”, introduction to Francesca Musiani, Derrick L. Cogburn, Laura DeNardis, Nanette S. Levinson (dir.), The Turn to Infrastructure in Internet Governance, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay and Francesca Musiani (2016). “Towards a (De)centralization-Based Typology of Peer Production”, TripleC : communication, capitalism & critique, 14(1) : 189-207.

Francesca Musiani (2015). “Giants, Dwarfs and Decentralized Alternatives to Internet Services: an Issue of Internet Governance”, Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture, 10(1): 81-94.

Francesca Musiani (2015). “Practice, Plurality, Performativity and Plumbing: Internet Governance Research Meets Science and Technology Studies”, Science, Technology and Human Values, 40(2): 272-286.

Laura DeNardis (with Samantha Bradshaw), “The Politicization of the Internet’s Domain Name System: Implications for Internet Security, Stability, Universality, and Freedom.” (in process).

Laura DeNardis (with Mark Raymond), “Multistakeholderism: Anatomy of an Inchoate Global Institution,” International Theory, accepted and forthcoming 2015.

Laura DeNardis, “The Internet Design Tension between Security and Anonymity,” IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, 2015.

Laura DeNardis (with Andrea Hackl), “Internet Governance by Social Media Platforms,” Telecommunications Policy, accepted and forthcoming 2015.

Nanette Levinson (with Jennifer Ellis, Derrick Cogburn, Marilyn Arnone). “Developing and Evaluating an Accessible Cyberteaching Training (ACT) Program for Faculty via a Virtual Center for Teaching and Learning “, in Proceedings of 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, IEEE Computer Society Press, January 2015.

Laura DeNardis, “The Social Media Challenge to Internet Governance,” in William Dutton and Mark Graham, eds., Society and the Internet: How Information and Social Networks are Changing Our Lives. Oxford University Press 2014.

Laura DeNardis, “Internet Points of Control as Global Governance,” in Mark Raymond and Gordon Smith, eds., Organized Chaos: Reimagining the Internet. Centre for International Governance Innovation 2014.

Nanette Levinson (with J. Ellis, M. Arnone, D. Cogburn). “Evaluating the Role of Face-to-Face Residencies in Cross-National, Accessible Cyberlearning,” in Proceedings of 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, IEEE Computer Society Press, January 2014.

Laura DeNardis, “Multistakeholderism and the Internet Governance Challenge to Democracy,” Harvard International Review, Vol. XXXIV, Issue 4, Spring 2013.

Laura DeNardis, “e-Government Acquisition Processes in the US, EU, India, and Japan,” National Academy of Sciences (NAS) Sponsored Research Report for NAS project “Intellectual Property Management in Standard-Setting Processes,” September 2012.

Laura DeNardis, “The Emerging Field of Internet Governance,” in William Dutton, editor, Oxford Handbook of Internet Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.

Eric Novotny, “Social Media under Duress: State Responses to Political Expression and Social Mobilitization in Repressive Regimes,” St. Antony's International Review, Vol. 8, No. 2, Power, the State, and the Social Media Network (February 2013), pp. 70-88.

Laura DeNardis, “eHealth Standards and Interoperability,” International Telecommunication Union, Technology Watch Report, Volume 21, 2012.

Laura DeNardis, “Hidden Levers of Internet Control: An Infrastructure-Based Theory of Internet Governance,” Journal of Information, Communication & Society, Volume 15, Issue 3: 1-19, 2012.

Montgomery, K., Chester, J., Grier, S., & Dorfman, L. The New Threat of Digital Marketing. Pediatric Clinics of North American, June 2012, Vol. 59, No. 3: 659-75, viii.

Laura DeNardis, “Standards and eHealth,” International Telecommunication Union, Technology Watch Report, Volume 16, January 2011.

Laura DeNardis, “e-Governance Policies for Interoperability and Open Standards,” Policy and Internet, Volume 2, Issue 3, Article 6: 129-164, 2010.

Laura DeNardis, “The Global Politics of Interoperability,” in Gaelle Krikorian and Amy Kapcznski, editors, Access to Knowledge in the Age of Intellectual Property. Cambridge: Zone Books, 2010.

Laura DeNardis, “Opening Standards, Opening Human Liberty,” in Global Information Society Watch, a Publication of the Association of Progressive Communications, APC, 2009.

Laura DeNardis and Eric Tam, “Open Documents and Democracy,” The Indian Journal of Law and Technology, Volume 5. Winter 2009.

Laura DeNardis, “Bridging the Standardization Gap.” Sponsored Report for ITU-T Research Project: Measuring and Reducing the Standards Gap, December 2009.

Laura DeNardis, “Open Standards and Global Politics,” International Journal of Communications Law & Policy, Issue 13, Special Internet Governance Edition, Winter 2008-2009.

Derrick Cogburn. “Enabling Effective Multistakeholder Participation in Global Internet Governance Through Accessible Cyberinfrastructure,” The Handbook of Internet Politics, Routledge, March 2008.

Nanette Levinson (with D. Cogburn). “Teaching Globalization, Globally: A Seven-Year Case Study of South Africa-US Virtual Teams,” Information Technologies and International Development, Spring 2008, Vol. 4, No. 3: 75–88.

Laura DeNardis, “IPv6: Standards Controversies around the Next Generation Internet,” in Ian Inkster, Graeme Gooday, and James Sumner, editors, History of Technology, Vol. 28. London: Continuum, 2008.

Laura DeNardis, “A History of Internet Security,” in Karl de Leeuw, editor, The History of Information Security. New York: Elsevier, 2007.

Laura DeNardis, “Questioning IPv6 Security,” Business Communications Review, Volume 31, Number 7, July 2006.

Derrick Cogburn. “Inclusive Internet Governance: Enhancing Multistakeholder Participation Through Geographically Distributed Policy Collaboratories,” in Global Multistakeholder Diplomacy. Eds. Kurbalija and Katrandjiev. Malta/Geneva, 2006.

Derrick Cogburn (with M. Mueller, L. McKnight, H. Klein, and J. Mathiason). “The US Role in Global Internet Governance,” IEEE Communications Magazine, December 2005.

Derrick Cogburn. “Partners or Pawns? The Impact of Elite Decision-Making and Epistemic Communities in Global Information Policy on Developing Countries and Transnational Civil Society,” Knowledge, Technology, Politics, Summer 2005.

Montgomery, K., Gottlieb-Robles, B., & Larson, G.O. (2004). Youth as E-Citizens: Engaging the Digital Generation. Special Report for the Center for Social Media, School of Communication, American University.

Nanette Levinson. “Internet Governance and Institutional Change”, The Tocqueville Review. (XXIII, 2). 2002.