Publications from BioMe and the Hub

Lagerkvist A. with Wickberg A. et al (2024) ”The Mediated Planet: Datafication and the Environmental SDGs,” Environmental Science & Policy, Volume 153:

Smolicki, Jacek (2023) "You Never Soundwalk Alone. Transversal and Transformative Potentials of Soundwalking," in Acoustic Ecology Review, V.1 N.1: Proceedings of the 'Listening Pasts, Listening Futures' 2023 World Forum for Acoustic Ecology Conference, New Smyrna Beach, Florida, March 2023

Lagerkvist, Amanda (forthcoming) “Slow Bearings in the Dark: Waiting and the Ethics of Carefully Attending in the Digital Limit Situation,” In: Amit Pinchevski, Patrice M. Buzzanell & Jason Hannan (eds.) The Handbook of Communication Ethics (2nd Edition) London: Routledge.

Lagerkvist, A. (2023) “Reawakenings to the Improbable: Offerings of the Limit Situation for Media Theory in a Disorderly World,” Media, Culture & Society, Online First December 8, 2023

Lagerkvist, Amanda & Bo Reimer (2023) “Bothering the Binaries: Unruly AI Futures of Hauntings, Hope and Limit,” In: Simon Lindgren ed., Handbook of Critical AI Studies, Emerald Publishing.

Smolicki, Jacek (2023). 'Archaeology of Radiant Mediations. The Case of Gliwice Radio Tower',in Resonance: The Journal of Sound and Culture, V.4, I.1, University of California Press.

Lagerkvist Amanda, Smolicki, Jacek & Matilda Tudor (2023) “Sonorous Surfaces, Biased Backends: The Gendered Voices of AI Assistants as Existential Media,” In: Lisa Parks, Julia Velkova, and Sander de Ridder (eds.) Media Backends: The Politics of Infrastructure, Clouds, and Artificial Intelligence, Chicago: University of Illinois Press.

Ess, Charles (2023). “A Research Ethics for Human–Machine Communication: A First Sketch”. In: Andrea L. Guzman, Steve Jones, and Rhonda McEwen, eds., The Sage Handbook of Human-Machine Communication, Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE publications, 261-269.

Lagerkvist Amanda (2023) “AI as Existential Media: Kazuo Ishiguro’s Klara and the Sun (2021)” In: Elisabeth Gräb-Schmidt, Ferdinando G. Menga and Christian Schlenker (eds.), Rethinking Responsibility, Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck 2023, 23-37.

Ess, Charles (2023). “Virtues, Robots, and Good Lives: Who Cares?”. In: Janina and Wolf Loh, eds., Social Robotics and the Good Life: The Normative Side of Forming Emotional Bonds With Robots, Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 25-54.

Smolicki, Jacek (ed.), (2023) Soundwalking. Through Time, Space, and Technologies, Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Smolicki, Jacek, (2023). 'Composing, Recomposing and Decomposing with Soundscapes’. In: J.Smolicki (ed.) Through Time, Space, and Technologies, Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Leona Chandra Kruse, Katrin Bergener, Kieran Conboy, Jenny Eriksson Lundström, Alexander Maedche, Isabella Seeber, Suprateek Sarker, Armin Stein, Cathrine E. Tømte (2023). Understanding the Digital Companions of Our Future Generation, Communications of the Association for Information Systems”, Panel Report, Volume 44, pp. 123-136.

Patrick Mikalef, Kieran Conboy, Jenny Eriksson Lundström & Aleš Popovič (2022) Thinking responsibly about responsible AI and ‘the dark side’ of AI, European Journal of Information Systems, 31:3, 257-268, DOI: 10.1080/0960085X.2022.2026621

Ågerfalk, Pär J., Kieran Conboy, Kevin Crowston, Jenny Eriksson Lundström, Sirkka Järvenpää, Sudha Ram, and .Patrick Mikalef, Artificial Intelligence in Information Systems: State of the Art and Research Roadmap (2022) Communications of the Association for Information Systems, ISSN 1529-3181, E-ISSN 1529-3181, Vol. 50, no 1, p. 420-438.

Smolicki, Jacek, (2022). 'Acoustethics. Careful Approaches to Recorded Sounds and Their Second Life' in Sensitive Recordings, S. Wieczorek, R.Tańczuk (eds.), Prace Kulturoznawcze, Wroclaw: Wrocław University Press.

Patrick Mikalef, Kieran Conboy, Jenny Eriksson Lundström & Aleš Popovič (2022). Thinking responsibly about responsible AI and ‘the dark side’ of AI, European Journal of Information Systems, 31:3, 257-268.

Smolicki, Jacek, (2022). 'Arboreal Sonorities', in A Row of Trees, Journal of Sonic Arts Research Unit, Oxford Brookes, Vol 1, Issue 1.

Smolicki, J., Shaw, T., (2022). Thinking Eye, Wandering Ear, JoLA, Journal of Landscape Architecture, issue 40 (1-2022).

Ess, Charles (2022). “Towards an Existential and Emancipatory Ethic of Technology”. In: Shannon Vallor (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Technology, New York: Oxford University Press, 588-608.

Lagerkvist, Amanda; Tudor, Matilda; Smolicki Jacek; Ess, Charles M.; Eriksson Lundström, Jenny; Rogg, Maria (2022). Body Stakes: An Existential Ethics of Care in Living with Biometrics and AI. AI & Society. Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Communication.

Tudor, Matilda (2022). A Queer Kind of Dwelling: Digital Thrownness and Existential Security Among Sexual Minorities in Russia. New Media and Society.

Lagerkvist, Amanda (2022). Existential Media: A Media Theory of the Limit Situation, New York: Oxford University Press.

Smolicki, Jacek, (2022). 'A Slip of the Machinic Tongue'. In: The Computer as Seen at the End of the Human Age, Olle Essvik (ed.), Göteborg: Rojal Förlag.

Smolicki, Jacek, (2022) 'Inaudible Cities'. In: Biserna, E., (ed.), Walking, Listening, Sound-making, Umland Editions, Brussels: Q-O2.

Simon Balle and Charles Ess (2022). ”Robotics, Ethics, and Religion”, in: H. Campbell, Pauline Hope Cheong, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Digital Religion. C27.S1–C27.S10.

Lagerkvist, Amanda (2021). Digitale Grenzsituationen: Antizipierende Medien jenseits 'der neuen KI-Ära', in: Merle, Kristin , Nord, Ilona (Hgg.). Mediatisierung religiöser Kultur. Praktisch-theologische Standortbestimmungen im interdisziplinären Kontext (Veröffentlichungen der Wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft für Theologie), Leipzig, Evangelische Verlagsanstalt (im Erscheinen).

Lagerkvist, Amanda (2021) “Whispers of a Secret: From Non-reception to New Life in Existential Media Studies – Speaking Into the Air in Sweden”, Media Theory Journal, Special issue: Into the Air, Vol 5, issue, 2, 2021.

Lagerkvist, Amanda (2021) “Embodiment: The Digital Afterlife”, in Digital Religion 2.0, Heidi Campbell & Ruth Tsuria, eds., New York: Routledge.

Smolicki, Jacek (2021). Minuting. Rethinking the Ordinary Through the Ritual of Transversal Listening. VIS – Nordic Journal for Artistic Research, Issue 5.

Tudor, Matilda (2021). Queering Digital Media Spatiality: A Phenomenology of Bodies Being Stopped. Feminist Media Studies, 1-16.

Lagerkvist, Amanda (2020). Digital Limit Situations: Anticipatory Media Beyond ‘The New AI Era’. Journal of Digital Social Research, 2(3), 16–41.

Ess, Charles (2020) “Eine philosophische Anthropologie für eine post-digitale Theologie” [A Philosophical Anthropology for a Post-Digital Theology]. In: Wolfgang Beck, Joachim Valentin, and Ilona Nord, eds., Theologie und Digitalität, Freiburg: Herder, 480-497.

Ess, Charles (2020). “Between Luther and Buddhism: Scandinavian Creation Theology and Robophilosophy”. In: M. Nørskov, J Seibt & O Quick, eds., Culturally Sustainable Social Robotics: Proceedings of Robophilosophy, Amsterdam: IOS Press., 611-616.

Ess, Charles (2020). “Beyond the Binary? How Digital is ‘the Digital Church’ in the Corona Age? Analytical, Theological and Philosophical Considerations”. In Heidi Campbell (ed.), Digital Ecclesiology: A Global Conversation, Digital Religion Publications: open access, 2020, 39-48.

Ess, Charles (2020). Interpretative pros hen pluralism: from computer-mediated colonization to a pluralistic Intercultural Digital Ethics. Philosophy and Technology, 551–569.

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