This page contains a list of my publications. When possible I have provided full-text copies for download or links to full-text copies elsewhere on the Net.
Peer Reviewed Essays
New - Kevin DeLuca, Sean Lawson, Ye Sun, “Occupy Wall Street on the Public Screens of Social Media: The Many Framings of the Birth of a Protest Movement,” Communication, Culture & Critique 5(4) (2012) (Abstract).
“The U.S. Military’s Social Media Civil War: Technology as Antagonism in Discourses of Information-Age Conflict,” Cambridge Review of International Affairs (forthcoming).
“Putting the ‘War’ in Cyber War: Metaphor, Analogy, and Cyber Security Discourse in the United States,” First Monday. 17(7) 2012. (Full text)
“Motivating Cybersecurity: Assessing the Status of Critical Infrastructure as an Object of Cyber Threats,” in Securing Critical Infrastructures and Industrial Control Systems: Approaches for Threat Protection, Badii, Atta and Laing, Christopher (eds.) (Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 2013). (Book)
“Beyond Cyber-Doom: Assessing the Limits of Hypothetical Scenarios in the Framing of Cyber-Threats,” Journal of Information Technology & Politics (forthcoming).
“Articulation, Antagonism, and Intercalation in Western Military Imaginaries,” Security Dialogue 42, 1 (2011): 39-56. (Abstract)
“Surfing on the Edge of Chaos: Nonlinear Science and the Emergence of a Doctrine of Preventive War in the United States,” Social Studies of Science 41, 4 (2011): 563-584. (Abstract)
“Cold War Systems Science and the Emergence of a Nonlinear View of War in the U.S. Military,” Cold War History 11, 3 (2011): 421-440. (Abstract)
“Beyond Cyber-Doom: Cyberattack Scenarios and the Evidence of History,” in Cyber Warfare: Critical Perspectives, Paul Ducheine, Frans Osinga, and Joseph Soeters (eds.) (The Hague, The Netherlands: Asser Press, forthcoming): 276-307. (Buy the book)
“A Review of Gameplay Mode: War, Simulation, and Technoculture,” by Patrick Crogan, IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (forthcoming).
“A Review of Science, Strategy and War: The Strategic Theory of John Boyd,” by Frans P. B. Osinga, Emergence, Vol. , No. 1 (2007): 225-227. (Full text)
“Water Scarcity, Politics, and Conflict in the Middle East,” Arab Studies Journal (Fall 2000/Spring 2001): 187-195. (Full-text not available)
“Beyond Cyber-Doom: Cyberattack Scenarios and the Evidence of History. Mercatus Center Working Paper, No. 10-77 (January 2011). (Full text)
“Cyber-Intifada Resource Guide: A Resource for Tracking the Intifada in Cyberspace,” The Arab Information Project (Georgetown University, Spring 2001); formerly (but no longer) available from http://www.georgetown.edu/research/arabtech/innovations.htm.
Co-author with Tim Ballard, Jason Pate, Gary Ackerman, and Diana McCauley, “Chronology of Aum Shinrikyo’s CBW Activities,” Center for Nonproliferation Studies Reports (Monterey: Monterey Institute of International Studies, 2001).
Entries for Weapons of Mass Destruction: An Encyclopedia of Worldwide Policy Technology, and History, Eric A. Croddy, James J. Wirtz, and Jeffrey A. Larsen (Eds) (Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, December 2004). Including:
- “Cuban Missile Crisis”
- “Enola Gay”
- “On the Beach”
- “Osama bin Laden”
“Info@War.Mil: Nonlinear Science and the Emergence of Information Age Warfare in the United States Military,” Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2008. (Full text)