Peeters, Stijn, and Sal Hagen. 2022. “The 4CAT Capture and Analysis Toolkit: A Modular Tool for Transparent and Traceable Social Media Research.Computational Communication Research 4, no. 2.

Tuters, Marc, and Tom Willaert. 2022. “Deep state phobia: Narrative convergence in coronavirus conspiracism on Instagram.Convergence 28, no. 4.

Willaert, Tom, Stijn Peeters, Jasmin Seijbel, and Nathalie Van Raemdonck. 2022. “Disinformation networks: A quali-quantitative investigation of antagonistic Dutch-speaking Telegram channels.” First Monday 27, no 5

Peeters, Stijn, and Tom Willaert. 2022. “Telegram and Digital Methods: Mapping Networked Conspiracy Theories through Platform Affordances.M/C Journal 25, no.1.

Hagen, Sal. 2022. “‘Who is /ourguy/?’: Tracing panoramic memes to study the collectivity of 4chan/pol/.New Media & Society (OnlineFirst).

Tuters, Marc. 2021. “A Prelude to Insurrection: How a 4chan Refrain Anticipated the Capitol Riot.Fast Capitalism 18, no. 1.

De Keulenaar, Emillie, Marc Tuters, Cassian Osborne-Carey, Daniel Jurg, and Ivan Kisjes. 2021. “A free market in extreme speech: Scientific racism and bloodsports on YouTube.Digital Scholarship in the Humanities.

De Keulenaar, Emillie, Anthony Glyn Burton, and Ivan Kisjes. 2021. “Deplatforming, demotion and folk theories of Big Tech persecution.Fronteiras – estudos midiáticos 23, no. 2.

Arkenbout, Chloë, Jack Wilson, and Daniël de Zeeuw. 2021. Critical Meme Reader: Global Mutations of the Viral Image. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures.

Peeters, Stijn, Marc Tuters, Tom Willaert, and Daniël de Zeeuw. 2021. “On the Vernacular Language Games of an Antagonistic Online Subculture.” Frontiers in Big Data.

Tuters, Marc. 2021. “Why Meme Magic is Real but Memes are Not: On Order Words, Refrains and the Deep Vernacular Web.Memenesia 2: 46-58.

Tuters, Marc. 2021. “Fashwave and the False Paradox of Ironic Nazism.Krisis: Journal of Contemporary Philosophy 41, no. 1: 172-178.

Hagen, Sal, and Marc Tuters. 2021. “The Internet Hate Machine: on the Weird Collectivity of Anonymous Far-Right Groups.” In Judith Bessant, Rob Watts, and Melody Devries (Eds.) Technologies of Recruitment and Mobilization: Rise of the Far-Right: 171–192. New York: Rowman and Littlefield.

De Zeeuw, Daniël. 2021. “Collective Pleasures of Anonymity: From Public Restrooms to 4chan and Chatroulette.” In Book of Anonymity, edited by Anon Collective: 356-378. Punctum books.

Hagen, Sal, and Emilija Jokubauskaitė. 2020. “Dutch Junk News on Reddit and 4chan/pol/.” In The Politics of Social Media Manipulation, edited by Richard Rogers and Sabine Niederer: 196-216. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

De Zeeuw, Daniël, Sal Hagen, Stijn Peeters, and Emilija Jokubauskaitė. 2020. “Tracing Normiefication: A Cross-Platform Analysis of the QAnon Conspiracy Theory.” First Monday 25, no. 11. (Webpage with interactive and high-quality visuals).

Hagen, Sal. 2020. “‘Trump Shit Goes into Overdrive’: Tracing Trump on 4chan/pol/.M/C Journal 23, no 3.

De Zeeuw, Daniël, and Marc Tuters. 2020. “Teh Internet Is Serious Business: On the Deep Vernacular Web and Its Discontents.Cultural Politics 16, no 2: 214–232.

Jokubauskaitė, Emilija and Stijn Peeters. 2020. “Generally Curious: Thematically Distinct Datasets of General Threads on 4chan/pol/.Proceedings of the Fourteenth International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media.

Tuters, Marc and OILab. 2020. “Esoteric Fascism Online: 4chan and the Kali Yuga.” In Far-Right Revisionism and the End of History, edited by Louie Dean Valencia-García: 287–303. New York: Routledge.

De Zeeuw, Daniël. 2020. “The Gaping Mouth: Trump and the Carnival in Power.A*Desk, 18 May.

Tuters, Marc and Sal Hagen. 2020. “(((They))) Rule: Nebulous Othering and Memetic Antagonism on 4chan.New Media & Society 22, no 12: 2218-2237.

Tuters, Marc. 2020. “On the Problem of Reactionary Nonsense at the Bottom of the Web.Europe Now, 16 January.

De Zeeuw, Daniël. 2019. Between Mass and Mask: The Profane Media Logic of Anonymous Imageboard Culture. PhD Thesis, University of Amsterdam.

De Keulenaar, Emillie. 2019 “A dialogue-driven approach to address the partisan dynamics of online misinformation“. Security and Human Rights Monitor, 17 November.

Keulenaar, Emillie de, Marc Tuters, Ivan Kisjes and Kaspar von Beelen. 2019. “On Altpedias: partisan epistemics in the encyclopaedias of alternative facts”. In After the Post-Truth, coordinated by Jorge Luis Marzo Pérez. Artnodes 24: 22-33.

Tuters, Marc. 2018. “LARPing and Liberal Tears.” In Post-Digital Cultures of the Far-Right: Online Actions and Offline Consequences in the US, edited by Maik Fielitz and Nick Thurston, 37-48. Bielefeld: transcript Verlag.

Tuters, Marc, Emilija Jokubauskaitė, and Daniel Bach. 2018. “Post-Truth Protest: How 4chan Cooked Up the Pizzagate Bullshit.M/C Journal 21, no 3.