Shea, P., T. Notley, J. Burgess. (Eds.) (2015). Entanglements: Activism and Technology. Fibreculture Journal. Issue 26.
Shea, P. (2016). Civic Practices, Design, and Makerspaces. In Negotiating Digital Citizenship: Control, Contest and Culture, Eds. A. McCosker, S. Vivienne and A. Johns. London: Rowman and Littlefield.
Shea, P. (In Press). Hacker Agency and the Raspberry Pi: Informal Education and Social Innovation in a Belfast Makerspace. In Making Our World: The Hacker and Maker Movements In Context, Eds. J. Hunsinger and A. Schrock. New York: Peter Lang.
Shea, P. (2015). DIY Citizenship in the ‘New Northern Ireland’: the Case of a Belfast Makerspace. In The Civic Media Project, Eds. E. Gordon and P. Mihailidis. An Initiative of the Engagement Lab at Emerson College and MIT Press.
Shea, P. (2013). Co-Creating Knowledge Online: Approaches for Community Artists. Cultural Science. 6:1 >>
Wilson, C., J. Hutchinson, P. Shea. (2010) Public Service Broadcasting, Creative Industries and Innovation Infrastructure: The Case of ABC’s Pool. Australian Journal of Communication. 37:3 pp15-32
PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCE PAPERS
Shea, P. (2015). Appropriate Technology Design and Digital Social Innovation. Paper presentation at the Cultural Diversity and Technology Design Workshop, Communities & Technologies 2015, Limerick.
Shea, P., M. Haughton, M. Alcorn, K. Fleming. (2014). Northern Ireland's Creative Meshworks: Tracing Ad Hoc Knowledge Exchange. In Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts (DRHA). London.
Shea, P. (2013). Resistance is Feral: Community Arts, Digital Culture, and the New Cultural Gatekeepers. In International Symposium of Electronic Art (ISEA). Sydney.
Shea, P. (2013). The Community Art of “Reprogramming” Communication Networks. In International Association for Media and Communication Research. Dublin, Ireland.
Shea, P. (2013). Appropriate Approaches to Online Community: An Information Design Experiment. In International Association for Media and Communication Research. Dublin, Ireland.
Shea, P. (2011). Visualising Invisible Networks as Collaborative Arts Practice. In International Symposium of Electronic Art (ISEA). Istanbul, Turkey.
Shea, P. (2014). Community Arts and Appropriate Internet Technology: Participation, Materiality, and the Ethics of Sustainability in the Networked Era. PhD Thesis. Queensland University of Technology.
Community Arts and the Internet Field Guides - designed, produced, and distributed two booklets to help community artists and culture makers develop more ethical internet practices Appropriate Approaches to Online Community & Co-creating Knowledge Online 2012-13
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