Mobile (Everyday) Writing Reading List

Key Perspectives

Addison, “Mobile technologies and a phenomenology of literacy” Digital Writing Research eds. Mckee & Devoss (12 pages)

Barton & Hall. Letter Writing as Social Practice (270 pages)

Bruijin, “Connecting in mobile communities: An African case study” MCS 36.3 (Apr. 2014) (16 pags)

Büscher, Urry, Witchager. Mobile Methods (224 pages)

Castells. Mobile communication and society: A global perspective (352 pages)

Chuma, “The social meanings of mobile phones among South Africa’s ‘digital natives’: a case study” Media, Culture, & Society 36.3 (Apr. 2014) (10 pages)

Fleckenstein & Mehler “Mobility Regimes and the Constitution of the Nineteenth-Century Posthuman Body” Design, Mediation, and the Posthuman eds. Weiss, Propen, & Reid (2014) (20 pages)

Hutchins. “’We don’t need no stinking smartphones!’ Live stadium sports events, mediatization, and the non-sue of mobile media” MSC Apr 2016 38.3 (16 pages)

Jolly. “Women’s Peace Movement” (24 pages)

Keightley & Reading, “Mediated mobilities” Media, Culture, & Society 36.3 (Apr. 2014) (16 pgs)

Kimme Hea. Going Wireless (Parts 1, 4 & 5) (appx 162 pages)

Lloyd, “Parking the Info Van, Parramatta, 1995: Locality and relationality in media practice” Media, Culture, & Society 36.3 (Apr. 2014) (17 pages)

Lyons, Martyn. “New Directions in the History of Written Culture.” Culture and History Digital Journal 1.2 (2012): 2-9. Print. (7 pages)

Milne, Esther. Letters, Postcards, E-mail (280 pages)

Morley. “Communications and transport: the mobility of information, people and commodities” MC&S July 2011 33.5 (16 pages)

Penney & Dadas. “(Re)Tweeting in the service of protest” new media & society 2013 (16 pages)

Powell The Anguish of Displacement (Chapter 6)

Propen, Amy D. “The Rhetorical Work of the GPS: Geographic Knowledge-Making and the Technologically Mediated Body” Design, Mediation, and the Posthuman eds. Weiss, Propen, & Reid (2014) (18 pages)

Strantz. “Wayfinding in Global Contexts—Mapping localized research practices with Mobile Devices” C&C 38 (’15) (12 pages)

Su, Hua. “Constant connection as the media condition of love: where bonds become bondage” MCS Mar 2016 38.2 (15 pages)

Haas, Takayoshi, Carr, and Hudson, “Young People’s Everyday Literacy: The Language of Instant Messaging.” RTE 45 (May, 2011) (36 pages)

Tinnell, John. “Techno-Geographic Interfaces: Layers of Text and Agency in Mobile Augmented Reality” Design, Mediation, and the Posthuman eds. Weiss, Propen, & Reid (2014) (20 pages)

Circulation: Space, Place, & Time (1147 pages)

Edbauer (Rice), Jenny. “Unframing models of public distribution” (21 pages)

Henkin. Postal Age (238 pages)

Reynolds. Geographies of Writing (244 pages)

Tuan, Yi-Fu. Space and Place (199 pages)

Gries, Laurie. Still Life with Rhetoric (Intro, Parts 1 & 2) (134 pages)

Jenkins, Ford, & Green, Spreadable Media (Intro) (47 pages)

Publics and Social Movements (347 pages)

Hauser & McClelland. “Vernacular Rhetoric and Social Movements” (24 pages)

Warner Public Counterpublic (Introduction, Chapters I, II, III, & IV) (159 pages)

Augmented Reality and Public Spaces (466 pages)

Aurigi, A.; De Cindio, F. (2008). Augmented Urban Spaces: Articulating the Physical and Electronic City. Burlington: Ashgate. (367 pages).

Bolter, Jay, Maria Engberg, and Blair MacIntyre. 2013. “Media Studies, Mobile Augmented Reality, and Interaction Design.” Interactions, 20 (1): 36-45. (9 pages)

Graham, M., M. Zook., and A. Boulton. 2013. Augmented Reality in Urban Places: contested content and the duplicity of code. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 38(3), 464-479. (15 pages)

Graham, M and M. Zook. 2013. Augmented Realities and Uneven Geographies: Exploring the Geo-linguistic Contours of the Web. Environment and Planning A 45(1) 77-99.(22 pages)

Forlano, Laura. (2013). Making Waves: Urban Technology and the Coproduction of Place. First Monday, 18(11).

Johanna Brewer and Paul Dourish, 2008. “Storied spaces: Cultural accounts of mobility, technology, and environmental knowing,” International Journal of Human–Computer Studies, volume 66, number 12, 963–976.(13 pages)

Hess, A., & Herbig, A. (2013). Recalling the ghosts of 9/11: Convergent memorializing at the opening of the National 9/11 Memorial. International Journal of Communication, 7, 2207-2230. (23 pages)

Liao, T. & Humphreys, L. (2014). Layar-ed Places: Using Mobile Augmented Reality to Tactically Re-Engage, Re-Produce, and Re-Appropriate Public Space. New Media & Society. 17(9), p. 1418-1435 (17 pages)

Mejia, R. (2012). ‘Walking in the City’ in an age of Mobile Technologies. In R. A. Lind (Ed.), Race / Gender / Class/ Media 3.0: Considering Diversity across Audiences, Content, and Producers (pp. 113-118). Boston, MA: Pearson. (5 pages)

Wargo, J.M. (2015). Spatial Stories with Nomadic Narrators: Affect, Snapchat, and Feeling Embodiment in Youth Mobile Composing. Journal of Language and Literacy Education, (11)1, 47-64.(17 pages)



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