Cultural Studies

(The TQCC of Cultural Studies is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Toward a Black media philosophy32
Fissures in algorithmic power: platforms, code, and contestation32
Seeing like an infrastructure: avidity and difference in algorithmic recommendation29
Doing cultural studies in rough seas: the COVID-19 ocean multiple23
The orang utan is not an indigenous name: knowing and naming the maias as a decolonizing epistemology20
Thermopolitics of data: cloud infrastructures and energy futures19
Introduction: COVID-19, the multiplier18
Feeling good: humanitarian virtual reality film, emotional style and global citizenship18
Re-articulating feminisms: a theoretical critique of feminist struggles and discourse in historical and contemporary China17
‘Give me liberty or give me Covid!’: Anti-lockdown protests as necropopulist downsurgency15
Beyond the crisis: transitioning to a better world?15
Seeing infrastructure: race, facial recognition and the politics of data12
Fashion in ‘crisis’: consumer activism and brand (ir)responsibility in lockdown11
The biopolitics of pandemics: interview with Ed Cohen10
Infrastructural politics amidst the coils of control10
Magical capitalism, gambler subjects: South Korea’s bitcoin investment frenzy10
Enduring COVID-19, nevertheless9
Asian Americans as racial contagion9
Infrastructures of discovery: examining podcast ratings and rankings9
Everyday life and the management of risky bodies in the COVID-19 era8
Parodies for a pandemic: coronavirus songs, creativity and lockdown8
Regulation of pornography and criminalization of BL readers and authors in contemporary China (2010–2019)8
Mistranslation as disinformation: COVID-19, global imaginaries, and self-serving cosmopolitanism8
Sweeping the city: infrastructure, informality, and the politics of maintenance7
COVID-19 at sea: ‘the world as you know it no longer exists’7
Mask as identity? The political subject in the 2019 Hong Kong’s social unrest7
The mechanical Turk: a short history of ‘artificial artificial intelligence’7
Do algorithms have a right to the city? Waze and algorithmic spatiality7
The long and deadly road: the covid pandemic and Indian migrants6
Covid-19 and the mundane practices of privilege6
Redirected entanglements in the digital supply chain6
The value of the underground: punk, politics, and creative urbanism in Bandung, Indonesia6
Data(-)based ambivalence regarding NYC 311 data infrastructure5
The politics and aesthetics of featuring in post-2017 Chinese hip hop5
Following the science? Covid-19, ‘race’ and the politics of knowing5
Decolonization, decolonial excess, and punk: reflections on the cultural politics of race and coloniality in North Atlantic punk5
Collective disorientation in the pandemic conjuncture5
Smart homes: domestic futurity as Infrastructure5
COVID-19 and ‘crisis as ordinary’: pathological whiteness, popular pessimism, and pre-apocalyptic cultural studies4
Coal ground4
Predicting Covid-19: wearable technology and the politics of solutionism4
Guarani-kaiowa’s political ontology: singular because common4
Road warriors to digital nomads: portable computers, habitats, and remote work4
Speculative machines and us: more-than-human intuition and the algorithmic condition4
Recoding the city: cultural mediation of short-term rental platforms in the US4
Status economies and frequent flier expertise: YouTube first class travel videos4
No time for fun: the politics of partying during a pandemic4
Empire, emotion, exchange: (dis)orienting encounters of/with post-9/11 US cultural diplomacy3
On taking the affective turn: interview with Lauren Berlant, Ann Cvetkovich, and Deborah Gould3
Automated media and commercial populism3
Civilizing infrastructure3
The problematization of consumers in Swedish financial literacy education3
Staging a ‘real’ masculinity in a ‘fake’ world: creativity, (in)authenticity, and the gendering of musical labour3
Racism is a public health crisis! Black Power in the COVID-19 pandemic3
Resisting carelessness3
Off-centring empire in the Anthropocene: towards multispecies intimacies and nonhuman agents of survival3
Tech money in civil society: whose interests do digital rights organisations represent?3
Michel Foucault and the coloniality of power3
Tuning sound for infrastructures: artificial intelligence, automation, and the cultural politics of audio mastering3
Multispecies mourning: grieving as resistance on the West Papuan plantation frontier3
Punk and feminism in Indonesia3
Virus government – A twenty-first-century genealogy of the ‘Dusk mask’ as biopolitical technology3
Confronting global infrastructural capitalism: the triple logic of the 'vanguard' and its inevitable spatial and class contradictions in China's high-speed rail program3
Playing politics digitally: young Chinese people’s political feelings on social media platforms3