Longform essays: Critical Tech
K Allmann (2021), “Digital Flânerie: Constructing and Constructed Pathways in Digital Ethnography,” draft manuscript.
K Allmann and R Radu (2021), “Missteps on the path to digitizing welfare: ‘digital footprints’ as access currency for e-government services,” (submitted for review to Global Policy).
K Allmann (2021), “Social Media and the Automatic Production of Memory: Classification, Ranking, and Sorting of the Past (book review),” Internet Histories, DOI: 10.1080/24701475.2021.1953885.
K Allmann, G Blank, and A Wong (2021), Libraries on the Front Lines of the Digital Divide: The Oxfordshire Digital Inclusion Project Report, https://10.13140/RG.2.2.19795.71205.
K Allmann (2021), “Digital Inequality and Covid-19,” in Living with Pandemics: People, Place and Policy, L Reardon, J R Bryson, L Andres, and A Ersoy (eds.), Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, ISBN: 978 1 80037 358 7.
K Allmann and G Blank (2021), “Rethinking Digital Skills in the Age of Compulsory Computing”, Information, Communication & Society 24:5, pp. 633-64: https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2021.1874475
K Allmann, “Digital Division: Pointing the Finger,” The Mint Magazine, 9 October 2020
K Allmann, “The remote British village that built one of the fastest internet networks in the UK,” The Conversation, 2 July 2020
S Fredman, S Atrey, K Allmann, M Campbell, and others (2020), Gender Equality and COVID-19, Submission to the UK Parliament Joint Committee on Human Rights 2020
K Allmann, “Covid-19 is increasing digital inequality: We need human connectivity to close the digital divide,” Medium, 11 April 2020
K Allmann, ‘Privileging the Social Over the Technical in Community Networks: An Interview with Sol Luca De Tena (Zenzeleni Net)‘ (2019) GenderIT.org
K Allmann and M Hazas (2019), ‘The Impact of New and Emerging Internet Technologies on Climate Change and Human Rights‘, Submission to the Advisory Committee to the UN Human Rights Council
K Allmann & A Sengupta, Beyond internet access: seeking knowledge justice online, OpenGlobalRights, 22 January 2019.
A Sengupta, S Bouterse, and K Allmann, Build an internet for, and from, us all, Nature 563, S147-S148.
K Allmann, A Tourist in @DowntownCairo, Stranger’s Guide, 2 August 2018.
K Allmann, Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Egypt’s Emergency State, Oxford Human Rights Hub Blog, 9 March 2018.
K Allmann, Book Review: Networked Publics and Digital Contention: The Politics of Everyday Life in Tunisia by Mohamed Zayani, Journal of African Media Studies, 9.2, June 2017.
K Allmann, “Podcasting for Public Engagement: Why Podcast?,” 16 May 2016, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities – Graduate Projects in the Humanities blog.
K Allmann, “Zero to Podcast: Turning Your Research into an Audio Programme,” 27 June 2016, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities – Graduate Projects in the Humanities blog.
K Allmann, “Collaborating for Academic Podcasts: Teamwork, Interviews and Publicity,” 8 August 2016, The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities – Graduate Projects in the Humanities blog.
L Hilly and K Allmann, “Revenge porn does not only try to shame women – it tries to silence them too,” The Guardian, 22 June 2015.
K Allmann, “Mobile Revolution: Toward a History of Technology, Telephony and Political Activism in Egypt,” CyberOrient, Special Issue: History of Modernity and Telephony in the non-West, February 2015.
K Allmann, “Activism on the Move: Mediating Protest Space in Egypt with Mobile Technology,” Jadaliyya Special Issue on New Media/New Politics, September 2014.
K Allmann, “The Internet-ilization of American Parties: the Implications of the Unity08 Effort” in John C. Green and Daniel J. Coffey (eds.) The State of the Parties: The Changing Role of Contemporary American Parties, (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2010).