Assistant Professor, Tenure-Track
Wilfrid Laurier University
Appointed as Member of the Graduate Faculty at Wilfrid Laurier University in 2012
Ph.D. Science and Technology Studies, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, VA, USA 2009
Graduate Certificate, Internet Studies, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia, 2000
M.A., Political Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, USA, 1998
B.A., Philosophy and Political Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, USA. 1996
2011- Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University
2010- Senior Researcher in Virtual Worlds, EDGE Lab, Ryerson University
2008- Co-director, Center for Digital Discourse and Culture, Virginia Tech
2008-2011 Instructor, Political Science, Virginia Tech
2008-2009 Visiting Assistant Professor, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
2007-2010 Junior Information Ethics Fellow, Center for Information Policy Research, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
2007-2008 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Communications, University of Illinois, Chicago
2006-2007 Assistant Professor, School of Information and Library Science, Pratt Institute
2005-2006 Co-director, Center for Digital Discourse and Culture, Virginia Tech
2005-2009 Visiting Research Scholar, Australian Creative Resources Online, Queensland University of Technology
1998-2006 Manager, Center for Digital Discourse and Culture, Virginia Tech
1998-2006 Instructor, Political Science, Virginia Tech
1999-2001 Director, Cyber-assistants program, Virginia Tech
1998-2000 Director, VTOnline, Virginia Tech
1997-1999 Instructional Designer, On-Line Master of Arts in Political Science, Political Science, Virginia Tech
2012 Wilfrid Laurier University Merit Award
2007-2010. Junior Information Ethics Fellow, Center for Information Policy Research, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
2006. Scholar Fellow Program (Educational Technology Fellow @ VPI&SU)
2005. Lifetime Membership Award. Association of Internet Researchers (second award)
2005. Graduate Fellow of the NSF Workshop on Values in Information Systems Design
2004. Oxford Internet Institute. Summer Doctoral Programme
2002. Lifetime Membership Award. Association of Internet Researchers
2000. E-Learning Design Award for On-Line M.A. in Political Science
SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:
Past Journal Co-Editor (2007-2009): Learning Inquiry by Springer A + B Media.
Co-editor book series: Transdisciplinary Studies, Sense Publishers
International Journal of Internet Research Ethics
International Journal of Illich Studies
Triple-C: Open Access Journal for a Global Sustainable Information Society
Executive Positions in academic, professional, administrative, business organizations or boards
2012-present Advisory Board, Hackademy (Startup)
2010-present Coordinating Committee, Ada Lovelace Day
2009-present Critical Policy Studies Organizing committee
2009- present International Association of Media and Communication Research, Vice Chair, Policy Task Force
1999-2005 Association of Internet Researchers, Executive Committee
Memberships in academic, professional, administrative, business organizations or boards
Association of Internet Researchers
Association for Political Theory
Canadian Communication Association
IEEE/Computer Society Learning Technology Task Force
International Association for Media and Communication Research
International Communication Association
International Studies Association
Internet Engineering Task Force
Internet Governance Forum
Society for the Social Studies of Science
Journal and Monograph Referee
Australian Journal of Educational Technology
Critical Discourse Studies
Ethics and Information Technology;
Information, Communication, & Society
Information Systems Journal
International Journal of Internet Research Ethics
Journal of Computer Mediated Communication
Journal of International Relations and Development
Journal of Virtual Worlds Research
Learning, Media, & Technology
New Media & Society
New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia
New York University Press
Science, Technology and Human Values
Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology
The Communication Review
The Handbook of Computer Networks
Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies
External Grant Referee
Social Science Research Council (SSRC) Dissertation Fellowship Reviewer
National Science Foundation
Social Science and Humanities Research Council
2012-2008 International Communication Association Conference Submission Reviewer
2012-1999 Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference Submission Reviewer
2012, ’11,’09 Oxford Internet Institute Summer Doctoral Programme Instructor
2012-2007 Journal New Media & Society Technical Support
2011. Oxford Internet Institute Summer Doctoral Programme Admittance Reviewer
2011 Information Science and Social Media Conference Reviewer
2011-2007 Cultural Attitudes Towards Technology and Communication Conference Reviewer
2010 Critical Code Studies Online Working Group
2009-2010 SIGCHI Reviewer
2009 CSCW reviewer
2006 Governance and Conflict Resolution in Virtual Worlds, Linden Lab
2006-2004. International Internet Preservation Consortium, Advisory Group for Research
2005 Digital Arts and Culture Conference Reviewer
2005 Computers and Writing Conference Reviewer
2005-2000 Association of Internet Researchers Ethics Research Group
2004-2003 Association of Internet Researchers Journal Working Group
2003 Choices and Challenges: Big Brother Technologies Advisory Committee
2002 Interactive Game Developers Association, Curriculum Development for Computer Game Studies
2002 Internet Engineering Task Force: Intellectual Property Rights Working Group
2001 Internet Engineering Task Force: Responsible Use of Networks Working Group
2001 Association of Internet Researchers First Conference Internet Research 1.0 Program Chair
2001 Thinkquest: Social Sciences and Humanities Judge
2000 Learning 2000 Conference Organization
2000 Thinkquest and Thinkquest Jr. Judge
1999 Internet Societal Task Force: Internet Societal Task Force Elected Officer
1999 Thinkquest Competition: Social Sciences Category. Judge
1998 Learning On-Line. Conference Organization
SUPERVISION AND TEACHING:
Mahtot Gebrassalasse University of Waterloo (Master’s Thesis) Urban Transit in the Media 2013 Co-Chair
Peter Rives Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand (Ph.D. Dissertation) How to Design a Virtual Innovation Ecology 2012 External Reader
Daniel Towers (Master’s Research Paper) Social Media for Social Change 2012 Chair
Mark Oliver Master’s Thesis Social Networking and the Web Campaign: Observations from the 2010 Election for the U.S. House of Representatives .December 2011 (Virginia Tech) Second Reader (Former Chair of committee, but moved to second because of joining the WLU faculty)
Mike Habegger Master’s Thesis Learning to Do Democracy: Deliberative Capacity in Political Blogging Communities. August 2011. (Virginia Tech) Second Reader
Graduate Courses and Directed Studies: by year
2012. Critical Internet Studies
2011. Public Policy Analysis
2010. Collaborative Governance and Civil Society
2006, 2007. Projects in Digital Archives.
2006, 2007. Internet Resources for the Information Professional (Library/Web 2.0).
Undergraduate Courses and Directed Studies: by year
2012 CS400 Senior Seminar: Internet Studies
2012 CS403 Senior Lecture: Cosmopolitan Cultures, Technologies, and Communication
2012 CS333 Alternate media
2009,2005, 2003, 2001, 2000, 1999 Ancient and Medieval Political Theory (Virginia Tech)
2008 Information Technology Ethics (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee)
2008 Scholarly Communication in the Digital Age II: Ethnography of Communication (University of Illinois, Chicago)
2008, 2007 Introduction to Media (University of Illinois, Chicago)
2007 Senior Seminar in Communication and Culture (University of Illinois, Chicago)
2007 History of Television (University of Illinois, Chicago)
2006, 2005, 2004, 2002 Contemporary Democratic Theory (Virginia Tech)
2006, 1999 Modern Political Theory (Virginia Tech)
2005, 2000 Political Communications (Virginia Tech)
2004 Senior Seminar The internet: Power Politics and Policy (Virginia Tech)
2003, 2002, 2001 Comparative Political Economy: Political Economy of the Internet (Virginia Tech)
EXTERNAL RESEARCH FUNDING:
Year Source Type* Amount per year Purpose**
2009 JoiLab O $500 Workshop
2008 GamesforChange O $1000 Workshop
2008 Linden Lab O $2000 Workshop
2007 Linden Lab O $1800 Workshop
2001 Sun Microsystems O $43000 Lab Equipment
2001 Ecrix Corporation O $6000 Lab Equipment
2000 Sun Microsystems O $53000 Lab Equipment
*Type: C-Granting councils; G-Government; F-Foundations; O-Other
** Purpose: research, travel, publication, etc.
INTERNAL RESEARCH FUNDING:
2012 $5000 Research Assistant for Scholarly Communication and New Measures of Impact project w/Dr. Abby Goodrum
2011 $3000 Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of Arts Startup Funds
Books authored……………………………………………………………………………… 0
Books edited………………………………………………………………………………….. 6
Chapters in books…………………………………………………………………………… 13
Papers in refereed journal……………………………………………………………….. 4
Papers in refereed conference proceedings…………………………………………. 2
Technical reports, Proposals, Standards and Recommendations…………… 3
Abstracts and/or papers read……………………………………………………………… 52
Workshops organized………………………………………………………………………. 6
Journal Special Issues Edited……………………………………………. 4
Invited Talks and Keynotes……… ……………………………………… 16
Other journal publications……………………………………………….. 6
(Under Contract) The Routledge Handbook of Social Media. ed. by Jeremy Hunsinger and Theresa Senft. Routledge, NYC, NY. *PR
(In Proofs) The Unconnected: Social Justice in the Information Society. ed. by Paul M.A. Baker, Jarice Hanson and Jeremy Hunsinger. Peter Lang Publishing. Forthcoming *ER
a) Hunsinger, J. “Locus Communis: The Unconnected In and Within Virtual Worlds”. p. (forthcoming)
Learning and Researching in Virtual Worlds. ed. by Jeremy Hunsinger and Aleks Krotoski. Taylor and Francis, London U.K. 2012. 160 pp.
a) Hunsinger, J. and Krotoski. A. “Introduction”. p. 1-6
Putting Knowledge to Work and Letting Information Play: The Center for Digital Discourse and Culture (Second Edition)* ed. by Jeremy Hunsinger, and Timothy W. Luke Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. 2012. , 238 pp.
a) Luke, Timothy W. and Hunsinger, Jeremy. “Introduction”. p. 1-14
b) Luke, Timothy W. and Hunsinger, Jeremy. “Infocitizens: democracy, citizenship and ownership in European research funding”. p. 121-134
c) Hunsinger, Jeremy. “A short history of the Center for Digital Discourse and Culture”. p. 211-220
International Handbook of Internet Research ed. by Jeremy Hunsinger, Lisbeth Klastrup, and Matthew Allen, Springer, 2010. 622 pp. *ER
a) Hunsinger, Jeremy and Matthew Allen. “Introduction”. p. xxi-xxiv
b) Hunsinger, Jeremy. “Toward nomadological cyberinfrastructure”s. p. 279-294
International Handbook of Virtual Learning Environments ed. by Joel Weiss, Jason Nolan, Jeremy Hunsinger, and Peter Trifonas, Springer, 2006, 1615 pp.
a) Hunsinger, Jeremy. “The political economy of the internet: contesting capitalism, the spirit of informationalism, and virtual learning environments” p. 189-206
b) Wellman, Barry, Koku, Emmanuel and Hunsinger Jeremy. “Networked Scholarship”. p. 1429-1449
Internet Research Annual Vol. 1.: Selected papers from the Association of Internet Researchers conferences 2000-2002 ed. by Consalvo M., Baym N., Hunsinger J., Jensen K. B. , Logie J, Murero M., & Shade L. R., Springer, 2003, 283 pp. *ER
a) Baym, N. and Hunsinger, J. “Places, politics and policies of the internet”. p 107-108
b) Baym, N. and Hunsinger, J. “Creating Internet Research 1.0: The State of the Interdiscipline in Lawrence” p. 8-9
*Denotes a republishing of the book in print, in addition to the original electronic edition, also has different editing, but no substantive changes.
*ER denotes that the book has undergone review by series editors and/or editorial board of the press prior to publication.
*PR denotes that the proposal for the book has gone through both internal and external scholarly review by the press.
Chapters in Books:
Hunsinger, J. and Jesiek, B. “Collecting and Preserving Memories From the Virginia Tech Tragedy: Realizing a Web Archive” in N. Brüggers (ed), Web History (Peter Lang , 2009). p. 305-323 *Invited after Conference.
Hunsinger, J. and Jesiek, B. “The April 16 Archive: Collecting and Preserving Memories of the Virginia Tech Tragedy” in Agger, B. and Luke, T.W. Gunman on Campus: Tragedy and Terror at Virginia Tech. (Rowman and Littlefield, 2008). p 185-206
Hunsinger, J. “The Virtual and Virtuality: Toward Dialogues of Transdisciplinarity” in Pantelli, N. and Chiasson, M. Exploring Virtuality within and beyond Organizations: Social, Global and Local Dimensions (Palgrave, 2007) p. 269-285 *Invited based on prior publication.
Duque, R., Dutton, W. and Hunsinger, J. “Global Internet Research” in Shrum, W., Benson, K. R., Bijker, W. E, and Brunnstein, K. Past, Present and Future of Research in the Information Society. (Springer, 2006). p. 193-212 *invited based on conference
Hunsinger, J. “Linux”. Encyclopedia of New Media: An Essential Reference to Communication and Technology. ed. Steve Jones. (Sage Publications, 2002). p. 291-293
Papers in refereed Journals:
Hunsinger, J. “Interzoning In after Zoning Out on Infrastructure”. M/C Journal. 14:5 2011
Hunsinger, J. “Broadening possibilities by expanding the theoretical richness of the social construction of technology ”. Social Epistemology. 19:2-3. 2005. p255-259
Hunsinger, J. “Towards a transdisciplinary understanding of internet research”. Information Society 21:4 2005. p. 277-279
Hunsinger, J. “Academic logo: the paralogics of higher education”. M/C Journal. 6:3 2003
Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings
Hunsinger, J. “The social workshop as PLE: Lessons from hacklabs”. In Proceedings of the The PLE Conference 2011, Southampton, UK pp. 1-10 2011
Hunsinger, J. “Where did the users go: a case study of an event-driven memory bank”. Proceedings of Cultural Heritage Online 2009
Papers or Abstracts Read
2012 “The De/institutionalization of internet studies/research”. Oxford Internet Institute’s Summer Doctoral Programme’s 10th Anniversary Conference. Oxford Internet Institute. Oxford, U.K.
2012 “Policy Dramas in IPv6 Standardization”. Interpretive Policy Analysis Conference. Tilburg, The Netherlands
2012 “Hacking global markets”. Association of Cultural Studies. Crossroads of Cultural Studies Conference, Paris, France.
2012 “Hacking Together Globally”. Canadian Communication Association 2012 Conference. Waterloo, Ontario
2011. “The social workshop as PLE: lessons from hacklabs”. Personal Learning Environments. Southampton University, Southampton, UK
2011. “From hacklabs to hacker markets: becoming complicit in self exploitation”. Moral Economies of Creative Labour, Leeds University, Leeds, UK
2011. “Interpeting the in/visibilities of ACTA and the past-futures of the internet”. Interpretive Policy Analysis. Cardiff, UK
2011. “Our knowledge is our market: commerciality and materiality in hackerspace and hacklabs”. Cultural Studies Association. Chicago, Illinois
2011. “Information excess in the age of cyberinfrastructures and our governance. International Studies Association. Montreal, Canada
2010. “Pragmatic politics of dis/engagement in hacklab and hackerspace website”. DIY Citizenships.University of Toronto. Toronto, Canada.
2010. “Analyzing Hacklabs as sites of sustainable innovation and critical technical practice. Internet 1.0. Goteborg, Sweden
2010. “CMS Futures: the way ahead for course management systems. Internet Research 11.0. Goteborg, Sweden
2010. “Mobility, corporate funding, and the capitalist policies of academic research”. Risky Entanglements: Contemporary Research Cultures Imagined and Practiced. Vienna, Austria
2010. “Crabgrass: a technical study”. Values in Design Workshop. NYC.
2010. “Explode the university”. Digital Media and Learning. UCSD, La Jolla, California.
2009. “Where did the user’s go: a case study of an event-driven memory bank”. Cultural Heritage Online 2009. Fondazione Rinascimento Digitale Firenze. Florence, Italy
2009. “McLuhan’s ecologies: knowledge, communication and change”. National Communication Association. Chicago.
2009. “The ‘Objects’ of internet research: towards a cosmopolitical approach”. Internet Research 10.0 . Milwaukee, Wisconsion
2009. “Silence for the bits: A critical discourse analysis of cyberinfrastructure discourse”. Internet Research 10.0 . Milwaukee, Wisconsion
2009. “Technology, culture, and learning: towards a transdisciplinary topic”. Landscapes of Learning conference. WLU Brantford, et. al. Brantford, Ontario, Canada
2009. “Material mediations in policy discourse”. 4th Interpretation and Policy Analysis. Kassel, Germany
2008. “Constructing science: mapping the range of information and interactivity in SciLands”. Internet Research 9.0. Copenhagen, Denmark
2008. “Collecting and preserving webbed memories from the Virginia Tech tragedy”. Web Site Histories. Ärhus, Denmark
2008. “Interactivity and information: designing in SL for knowledge production”. Designing for Learning in Virtual Worlds, Roskilde, Denmark
2008. “Web 2.0″. Taking it to the web: political participation in the internet age. Choices and Challenges,Virginia Tech, USA
2008. “Information and conflict”. Taking it to the web: political participation in the internet age. Choices and Challenges, Virginia Tech, USA
2008. “Policy Appliances: pushing the politics and political economy of globalization in the information age”. Thinking Critically: Alternative Perspectives and Methods in Information Studies. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Milkwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
2007. “Constituting digital institutions for learning: A comparative study of information institutionalization in Second Life”. Internet Research 8.0. Vancouver, B.C. CA
2007. “The economic sociology of objects on the internet”. Internet Research 8.0. 2007. Vancouver, B.C. CA
2007. “Globalizing information policy through policy appliances”. Interpretation and Policy Analysis: Research and Practice. Amsterdam, Netherlands
2007. “April16archive.org”. in Collecting Contemporary Events. 48th Annual Rare Books and Manuscripts Division of the ALA. (prepared with Brent Jesiek)
2006. “Open source as constitutively productive democracy”. Society for the Social Study of Science. Vancouver, B.C. CA
2005. “Internet research: a view from AoIR”. Past, Present, and Future of Research in the Information Society. Tunis, Tunisia
2005. “Capital policy: the systemic subpolitics of global internet policy”. Internet Research 6.0. Chicago, Il.
2005. “Privacy, information technology, and research”. Workshop on Internet Research Ethics. Internet Research 6.0. Chicago, Il.
2005. “Info-citizens: democracy and corporate production in the transformation of European universities and funding structures”. Triple Helix 5. Torino, IT.
2003. “Ethical implications of three advanced research technologies”. Internet/Research/Ethics Preconference Workshop. Internet Research 4.0. Toronto, Canada
2003. “Internet environment as work environment”. Internet Research 4.0. Toronto, Canada.
2003. “The technics of big brother”. Choices and Challenges. Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va.
2002. “Internet research in context: reading the internet research conference through usenet responses”. Internet Research 3.0, Maastricht, Netherlands.
2002. “Comparing fields of democratic action on the internet”. Euricomm Colloquium, Nijmegen, Netherlands.
2002. “Technopolitics, discourse, capital: Understanding the history of the philosophy of biotechnology”. Toward Humane Technologies: Biotechnology, New Media and Citizenship, Brisbane, Australia.
2002. “The praxis of internet studies and policy: organizations, reflexivity, and activism”. Mephistos, Blacksburg, Virginia.
2002. “The praxis of cyberculture”. Cyberculture working group, College Park, Maryland.
2002. “The politics of information security”. Rubi-con 3.0, Romulus, Michigan.
2001. “Uncovering security: an ethnographic exploration of internet security professionals”. Internet Research 2.0, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
2000. “Distributing manifestos: ideological dissemination through software”. Southern Political Science Association, Atlanta, Georgia.
2000. “Markets and anti-markets in the software industry”. Internet Researcher 1.0.University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas.
2000. “The CDDC as digital library: alternatives for the future”. Learning 2000: Reassessing the Virtual University, Roanoke, Virginia,
2000. “The OLMA program”. with Timothy Luke. E-Learning Design, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
2000. “The CDDC: supporting online education”. SURA Committee on OpenCourseware, Washington, D.C.
Technical Reports, Proposals, Standards and Recommendations
2002. (Co-authored as a member of the AoIR ethics working group). Ethical decision-making and internet research: recommendations form the AoIR ethics working committee. Available Online: http://www.aoir.org/reports/ethics.pdf
2001. Development of the Internet Societal Task Force Bylaws, Procedures and Guidelines.
2000. Internet Societal Task Force Practical Application of Privacy and Security Working Group.
Edited Special Issues of Journals
In Press Cultures of Virtual Worlds. ed. by Jeremy Hunsinger and Adrienne Massanari. New review of Hypermedia and Multimedia. Taylor and Francis. London, U.K
2010 Learning and Researching Virtual Worlds. ed. by Jeremy Hunsinger and Aleks Krotoski. in Learning, Media, & Technology. Taylor and Francis.London, U.K.
2009 Learning Infrastructures in the Social Sciences and Humanities ed. by Jeremy Hunsinger in Learning Inquiry Springer, The Netherlands
2005 Less of you, more of us: The political economy of power in virtual communities. ed. by Jason Nolan and Jeremy Hunsinger. in ACM SIGGROUP Bulletin
2010. Cultures in Game/Worlds with Adrienne Massanari at Cultural Studies Association, Chicago, IL.
2009. Critical Internet Theory with Wolfgang Hofkirchner at Internet Research 10.0, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Sponsored by Joi Lab
2009. Hack Labs: Collaborative design in the global economy at Swinburne University of Technology. Sponsored by DesignVictoria and Swinburne University of Technology
2009. Learning and research in Second Life, Brisbane with Ross Brown at Queensland University of Technology, Sponsored by the Center for Creative Industries and Innovation at QUT
2008. Learning and research in Second Life with Aleks Krotoski at Internet Research 9.0. Copenhagen, Denmark. Sponsored by Games for Change and Linden Lab
2007. Learning and research in Second Life with Aleks Krotoski at Internet Research 8.0 Vancouver, Canada. Sponsored by Joi Lab and Linden Lab
Invited Lectures, Colloquia, and Keynote Presentations
2012. What is this knowledge we are managing? Communitech Peer2Peer Network on Community and Knowledge Management. Communitech. Kitchener Ontario
2011. Locating Internet Studies, Disciplinary or Multi-Discplinary Field. with Bill Dutton. Oxford Internet Institute Summer Doctoral Programme 2011, Oxford University
2011. Jobs, Books, and Journals: Perspectives on Starting. Oxford Internet Institute Summer Doctoral Programme 2011, Oxford University
2011. Managing Digital Overload. IDDL Speakers Series. Virginia Tech.
2010. Frames and fields: An overview of the field and the im/possibilities of innovation. Making sense of virtual worlds and user-driven innovation. Roskilde University. Magleaas, Denmark. (Keynote)
2009. Critical technical practice: praxis and knowledge production in Hacklabs. ARC Center for Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation Cultural Science Seminar Series. Queensland University of Technology
2009. Interpretive methods, actor-network theory/ies, and science. ARC Center for Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation Cultural Science Seminar Series. Queensland University of Technology
2009. Cultural environmentalism: Control contra creativity in internet research. Oxford Internet Institute Summer Doctoral Programme 2009, Queensland University of Technology
2009. Science in virtual worlds: the interplay of interactivity and information. Infoscape Research Lab. Ryerson University
2008. Workshop on emerging norms, laws, and ethics in virtual worlds, Sponsored by AAAS, ABA Science and Technology Law, and the Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law
2008. Perspectives on the future of Second Life and other virtual spaces for education. Vbusiness Expo. In Second Life.
2007. Policy appliances: pushing the politics and political economy of globalization in the information age Department of Communication Colloquium, University of Illinois at Chicago.
2007. Knowledge and political economy of communication for Professor Danowski’s Introduction to Communication (Undergraduate Course).
2007. e-Teaching Symposium. University of Illinois at Chicago
2007. The Policy appliance as a globalizing influence in the information political economy. Faculty of Information Studies Colloquium, University of Toronto.
2003. Ethical implications of three advanced research technologies. Digital Aesthetics and Communications, Information Technology University of Copenhagen
Other Journal Publications
2010. Hunsinger, Jeremy and Aleks Krotoski. “Learning and researching in virtual worlds”. in Learning, Media, & Technology. Taylor & Francis, London, UK. p. 93-99
2009. Hunsinger, Jeremy. “Introducing learning infrastructures: invisibility, context, and governance”. in Learning Infrastructures in the Social Sciences. Learning Inquiry. Jeremy Hunsinger (Ed.) Springer, The Netherlands. p. 111-114
2008. Hunsinger, Jeremy. “Knowledge and cultural production in the context of contemporary capitalism: a response to Wittkower”. FastCapitalism, 4(1). Open Humanities Press.
2007. Nolan, Jason and Jeremy Hunsinger. “Editorial: introducing Learning Inquiry”. Learning Inquiry. 1(1). Springer. p. 1-6.
2005. Nolan, Jason and Jeremy Hunsinger. “Editors introduction”. SIGGROUP Bulletin, ACM. p 1
2005. Hunsinger, Jeremy. “Reflexivity in e-science: virtual communities and research institutions”. SIGGROUP Bulletin, ACM. p. 36-42
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2012 Contributing Author. MA and BA in Communication Studies Cyclical Review Self-Study Report
2012 Chair. Research Ethics Committee. Department of Communication Studies. Wilfrid Laurier University.
2012 Residence Learning Community Committee. Department of Communication Studies. Wilfrid Laurier University.
2011-2012 Laurier Day Department of Communications Representative.
2011-2012 Research Committee. Department of Communication Studies. Wilfrid Laurier University.
2011-2012. Cyclical Review Committee. Department of Communication Studies. Wilfrid Laurier University.
2011-2012. Media Committee. Department of Communication Studies. Wilfrid Laurier University.
2011. Communication Studies Newsletter. Department of Communication Studies. Wilfrid Laurier University.
2011. 10/100 Program Committee. Department of Communication Studies. Wilfrid Laurier University.
2011. Research Ethics Committee. Department of Communication Studies. Wilfrid Laurier University.
2008-2009. Publications Committee. Alliance for Social, Political, Ethical, and Cultural Theory, Virginia Tech.
2008. Conference Committee. Department of Communications, University of Illinois, Chicago.
2007. Graduate Committee. Department of Communications, University of Illinois, Chicago.
2011. WLUFA communications committee, Wilfrid Laurier University
2004. Faculty Advisor to Student Organization: Digital Game Development Organization, Virginia Tech
2003. Faculty Senate Computer Privacy Working Group, Virginia Tech