SELECTED PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
- Forlano, L. (2016). “Decentering the Human in the Design of Collaborative Cities.” Design Issues 32(3).
- Forlano, L. (2016). “Hacking the Feminist Disabled Body.” Journal of Peer Production. Special Issue on “Feminist (Un)Hacking.”
- Forlano, L. and Halpern, M. (2016). “Reimagining Work: Entanglements and Frictions around Future of Work Narratives,” Fibreculture(26). Special Issue on “Entanglements: activism and technology.”
- Forlano, L. (2015). “Towards an Integrated Theory of the Cyber-Urban: Digital Materiality and Networked Media.” Digital Culture & Society. Inaugural Issue.
- Forlano, L. and Jungnickel, K. (2014). “Hacking Binaries / Hacking Hybrids: Understanding the Black/White Binary as a Socio-technical Practice,” Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, Special Issue on “Hacking the Black/White Binary.”
- Forlano, L. and Mathew, Anijo. (2014). “From Design Fiction to Design Friction: Speculative and Participatory Design of Values-Embedded Urban Technology.” Journal of Urban Technology, Special Issue on Urban Informatics.
- Forlano, L. (2013). “Making Waves: Wireless Technology and the Co-production of Place.” First Monday, Special Issue on “Media and the City.”
- Forlano, L. (2010). “WiFi Geographies: When Code Meets Place.” The Information Society, 25: 1-9.
- Forlano, L. and D. Dailey. (2008). “Community Wireless Networks as Situated Advocacy.” In Omar Khan, Trebor Scholz and Mark Shepard, eds. Situated Advocacy. Situated Technology Pamphlet Series, New York: The Architectural League of New York.
- Forlano, L. (2007). “WiFi Hotspots.” IEEE Pervasive Computing, July – September 2007.
- Forlano, L. (2008). “Anytime? Anywhere?: Reframing Debates Around Municipal Wireless Networking.” Journal of Community Informatics, 4(1).
- Forlano, L. (2006). “Activist Infrastructures: The Role of Community Wireless Organizations in Authenticating the City,” Eastbound.
SELECTED BOOK CHAPTERS
- Foth, M., Forlano, L. and Bilandzic, M. (2016). “The City is My Office: Mapping New Work Practices in the Smart City.” Handbook on Social Practices and Digital Life-Worlds. Springer.
- Vertesi, J., Ribes, D., Forlano, L., Loukissas, Y. and Cohn, Marisa. (2016). “Engaging, Critiquing, and Making Digital Systems: Crossings between STS and Design.” The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
- Forlano, L. (2015). “Case Study: Designing Policy.” In Gordon, E. and Mihailidis, P. Civic Media Project. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
- Forlano, L. (2011). “Ethnographic Research and Digital Media.” In Scholtz, T. Thinking with Digital Media: A Reader in Motion.
- Townsend, A., Forlano, L. and Simeti, A. (2011). “Breakout! Escape from the Office: Situating Knowledge Work in Sentient Public Spaces.” In M. Shepard (Ed.), Sentient City: Ubiquitous Computing, Architecture, and the Future of Urban Space. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
- Forlano, L. (2011). “Building the Open Source City: New Work Environments for Collaboration and Innovation.” In Foth, M. and L. Forlano, M. Gibbs and C. Satchell. From Social Butterfly to Engaged Citizen. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
- Forlano, L. (2010). “Mobile Social Networking and the News.” In G. Einav (Ed.), Transitioned Media: A Turning Point Into the Digital Realm. Springer Media.
- Forlano, L. (2008). “Search and the City: A Comparative Analysis of WiFi Hotspots in New York and Budapest.” In Kristof Nyiri, ed., Communications in the 21st Century: Towards a Philosophy of Telecommunications Convergence. Budapest.
- Forlano, L. (2008) “Codespaces: Community Wireless Networks and the Reconfiguration of Cities.” In M. Foth (Ed.), Handbook of Research on Urban Informatics: The Practice and Promise of the Real-Time City. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, IGI Global.
- Forlano, L. (2008). “Working on the Move: The Social and Digital Ecologies of Mobile Work Places.” In Donald Hislop, ed., Mobility and Technology in the Workplace. London: Routledge.
- Forlano, L. “Jizo with Cell Phone Strap,” Mobility, Margaret’s Walking Stick: An Ethnographic Monthly, April 2004