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- The General Antagonism: An Interview With Stevphen Shukaitis from Harney, S., & Moten, F. (2013). The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning and Black Studies. Wivenhoe: Autonomedia.
- In Solidarity with Library Genesis & Sci-Hub, November 2015.
- Bodó, B. (2019): The science of piracy, the piracy of science. Who are the science pirates and where do they come from? Part I + Part II
- Cruz, M. I., & Rossenova, L. (2015). In Conversation with David Pearson. London: Inland Editions. pp. 11-24
- Flusser, V. (1993) The Future of Writing, from Vilém Flusser, Writings, (2002), University of Minnesota Press
- Mattern, S. (2019) Fugitive Libraries Places Journal, October 2019.
- Mars, M., Medak, T., Zarroug, M. (2015): Public Library (an essay)
- Mbembe, A. (2002) The Power of the Archive and its Limits, Kluwer Academic Publishers
- Ochigane, R. (2020) Informatics of the Oppressed
- Olson, H. A. (1998) Mapping Beyond Dewey’s Boundaries: Constructing Classificatory Space for’ Marginalized Knowledge Domains, from LIBRARY TRENDS, Vol. 47, No. 2, Fall 1998, pp. 253-254
- Black Annotation, Black Redaction from Sharpe, C. (2016). In The Wake: On Blackness and Being. Duke University Press, pp. 113-120
- Kleesattel, I. Situated Aesthetics for Relational Critique: On Messy Entanglements from Maintenance Art to Feminist Server Art, Stalder, F., Sollfrank, C., Niederberger, S., & Diaphanes. (2021). Aesthetics of the Commons. pp. 181–197
- Weinmayr, E. (2019): Confronting Authorship, Constructing Practices (How Copyright is Destroying Collective Practice) in: Whose Book is it Anyway? A View from Elsewhere on Publishing, Copyright and Creativity. Edited by Janis Jefferies and Sarah Kember
- Whose Book Is it Anyway?: A View from Elsewhere on Publishing, Copyright and Creativity. (2019). Open Book Publishers.
- Cruz, M. I., & Rossenova, L. (2015). Bookspace: Collected essays on libraries. London: Inland Editions.
- Illich, I. D. (1985). Tools for conviviality. London: Marion Boyars.
- Sharpe, C. (2016). In the Wake: On blackness and being. London: Duke University Press.
- Lankes, R. D. (2016). The Atlas of New Librarianship Cambridge, Massachusetts : MIT Press
- Harney, S., & Moten, F. (2013). The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning and Black Studies. Wivenhoe: Autonomedia.
Films & videos
- Alain Resnais (1959), Toute la mémoire du monde/All The Memory of the World
- Bregtje van der Haak (2014), Digital Amnesia
- Brian Knappenberger (2014), The Internet's Own Boy: The Story Of Aaron Swartz
- Matthew Stadler (2010), What is Publication? A talk by Matthew Stadler