Refereed Academic Publications

Laniado, D., Mauri, M., & Borra, E. (forthcoming). Exploring the evolution of Wikipedia articles through Contropedia. In C. Poudat, H. Lüngen, & L. Herzberg (Eds.), Wikipedia as corpus: Linguistic corpus building, exploration and analyses. John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Rieder, B., Borra, E., Coromina, Ò., & Matamoros-Fernández, A. (2023). Making a Living in the Creator Economy: A Large-Scale Study of Linking on YouTube. Social Media + Society9(2).

Borra, E. (2023). Object-activity: Repurposing the dual nature of web data for digital research. University of Amsterdam.

Rieder, B., Peeters, S., & Borra, E. (2022). From tool to tool-making: Reflections on authorship in social media research softwareConvergence0(0).

Moats, D. and Borra, E. (2018). “Quali-quantiative methods beyond networks: A tool for studying information diffusion on Twitter”. Big Data and Society , 5:1.

Borra, E., Niederer, S., Preuß, J. & Weltevrede, E. (2018). Mapping Troll-like Practices on Twitter. In A Field Guide to Fake News and Other Information Disorders: A collection of recipes for those who love to cook with digital methods, edited by Bounegru, L., Gray, J., Venturini, T. and M. Mauri. Amsterdam: Public Data Lab: 161 – 202.

Pentzold, C., Weltevrede, E., Mauri, M., Laniado, D., Kaltenbrunner, A., & Borra, E. (2017). “Digging Wikipedia: The Online Encyclopedia As a Digital Cultural Heritage Gateway and Site.”Journal of Computation and Cultural Heritage, 10(1), 5:1–5:19.

Weltevrede, E., & Borra, E. (2016). “Platform affordances and data practices: The value of dispute on Wikipedia.” Big data and Society.

Berry, D. M., Borra, E., Helmond, A., Plantin, J.-C. & Walker Rettberg, J. (2016). “The Data Sprint Approach: Exploring the field of Digital Humanities through Amazon’s Application Programming Interface.” Digital Humanities Quarterly.

Borra, E., Weltevrede, E., Ciuccarelli, P., Kaltenbrunner, A., Laniado, D., Magni, G., Mauri M., Rogers R. & Venturini, T. (2015). “Societal Controversies in Wikipedia Articles”. In Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (SIGCHI) (pp. 193–196). Seoul, Republic of Korea: ACM Press.

Borra, E., Laniado, D., Weltevrede, E., Mauri, M., Magni, G., Venturini, T., Ciucarelli P., Rogers R. & Kaltenbrunner, A. (2015). “A Platform for Visually Exploring the Development of Wikipedia Articles”. In Proceedings of the Ninth International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media (ICWSM): 26 – 29 May 2015, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK (pp. 711-712). Palo Alto, Calif: AAAI Press.

Borra, E., & Rieder, B. (2014). “Programmed Method: Developing a Toolset for Capturing and Analyzing Tweets.” Aslib Journal of Information Management, 66(3), 262–278.

Venturini T., Meunier A., Munk A.K., Borra E., Rieder B., Mauri M., Azzi M., Cimieri D., Uboldi G.R., Kaltenbrunner A. & Laniado D. (2014). “Climaps by Emaps in 2 Pages (A Summary for Policy Makers and Busy People)“. Available at SSRN 2532946.

Rogers, R., Weltevrede, E., Borra, E., & Niederer, S. (2013). “National Web Studies: the Case of Iran Online”. In J. Hartley, J. Burgess, & A. Bruns (Eds.), A Companion to New Media Dynamics (pp. 142–166). Wiley- Blackwell.

Weber, I., Garimella, V. R. K., & Borra, E. (2013). “Inferring audience partisanship for YouTube videos.” In Proceedings of the 22nd international conference on World Wide Web companion (pp. 43–44). Republic and Canton of Geneva, Switzerland: International World Wide Web Conferences Steering Committee.

Borra, E., & Weber, I. (2012). “Political Insights: Exploring partisanship in Web search queries.” First Monday, 17(7).

Weber, I., Garimella, V. R. K., & Borra, E. (2012a). “Mining web query logs to analyze political issues.” In Proceedings of the 3rd Annual ACM Web Science Conference (pp. 330–339). New York, NY, USA: ACM.

Weber, I., Garimella, V. R. K., & Borra, E. (2012b). “Political Search Trends.” In Proceedings of the 35th International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (pp. 1012). New York, NY, USA: ACM.

Poell, T., & Borra, E. (2011). “Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr as platforms of alternative journalism: The social media account of the 2010 Toronto G20 protests.” Journalism, 13(6), 695–713.