Edited volumes

Braybrooke, K & Smith, A (eds) 2018, Special Issue 12: Makerspaces and institutions, Journal of Peer Production.

Braybrooke, K & Nissilä, J & Vuorikivi, T (eds) 2013, The Open Book: A publication about open knowledge, Finnish Institute, London. Find on: [Amazon] [Issuu] [PDF]

Selected articles

Braybrooke, K 2019 (forthcoming Nov 21), ‘’Placeless’ making? Reframing the power-geometries of digital platforms in China through tactical co-creation’, Critical Makers Reader, Institute of Network Cultures. 

Damiani, L & Papadimitriou, I & Braybrooke K 2019, 'Empowering debate via art + culture + tech', How to Mozfest: 10 years of activism, community and collaboration, Mozilla, London, 2019.

Braybrooke, K 2018, ‘Hacking the museum? Practices and power geometries at collections makerspaces in London’, Journal of Peer Production no. 12, pp. 40-59. Available as: [HTML] [PDF

Braybrooke, K & Flint, J & Murphy, I 2018, ‘China: Making as national transformation?’, British Council Creative Economy. Available as: [HTML] [PDF

Braybrooke, K & Smith, A 2018, ‘Liberatory technologies for whom? Analysing a new generation of makerspaces defined by institutional encounters’, Journal of Peer Production no. 12, pp. 1-13. Available as: [HTML] [PDF

Braybrooke, K 2018,‘WeChat and makers in China: creativity, liberation and restriction’, British Council Creative Economy. Available as: [HTML]

Damiani, L & Braybrooke, K & Sage, J.P 2018, ‘Temporary techno-social gatherings? An open discussion (hacked)’, In J. P. Bowen, G. Diprose, & N. Lambert (eds), Proceedings of EVA London 2018, BCS Learning and Development Ltd, pp. 263-271. Available as: [HTML] [PDF]

Braybrooke, K & Jordan, T 2017, ‘Genealogy, culture and technomyth: Decolonizing Western information technologies, from Open Source to the maker movement,’  Digital Culture & Society vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 25-46, DOI 10.14361/dcs-2017-010.  Available as: [HTML] [PDF

Braybrooke, K & Jordan, T & Richterich, A & Wenz, K 2017, ‘When does IRL matter? Location and networked creativity in gamer, hacker and maker publics', Selected Papers of Internet Research, Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), Tartu. Available as: [HTML]

Braybrooke, K & O’Sullivan, E 2017, ‘Hunting the machine ghosts of Brighton,’ Furtherfield. 20 June. 

Braybrooke, K 2016, ‘A doctoral day by other means: Power-geometries of space, community and (r)evolution in El Poblenou,’ EASST Review vol. 35, no. 4, European Association for the Study of Science and Technology. Available as: [HTML]

Braybrooke, K 2016, ‘From Vancouver to London with love (and machines),’ Our Schools Our Selves: Project Change, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. 

Braybrooke, K 2015, ‘Hacking Apple: Putting the power of tech back into our hands,’ The Guardian, 1 December. Available as: [HTML] [PDF]

Braybrooke, K 2015, ‘Young digital makers: How can we align formal and informal methods?Nesta,  30 April.

Braybrooke, K 2014, ‘Hello World: Let’s (re)make networked art,’ Medium, 13 January. 

Braybrooke, K 2014, ‘A digital learning community launches in Vancouver,’ Hive Learning, 15 October.

Braybrooke, K 2014, ‘Gender binaries of the digital world,’ POST vol. 2, pp. 22-24. Available as: [PDF]

Braybrooke, K 2014, ‘Open is the new digital: Findings from the Open Book,’ JISC Inform vol 37, pp. 3-5. Available as: [PDF]

Anderson, S & Braybrooke, K & Cusack McDonald, J & Xudan Pan, V 2010, ‘The Olympics: An opportunity for media innovation?’ Rabble, 13 February.

Braybrooke, K 2010, Your province through your lens: Thoughts on democratic media, The Tyee, 29 January.