Hagen, Sal. 2023. “4chumblr’s divorce: Revisiting the online culture wars through the 2014 Tumblr-4chan raids“. Convergence. https://doi.org/10.1177/13548565231190008.

Hagen, Sal, and Tommaso Venturini. 2023. “Memecry: Tracing the repetition-with-variation of formulas on 4chan/pol/”. Information, Communication & Society. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2023.2216769.

Tuters, Marc, Tom Willaert, and Trisha Meyer. 2023. “How Science Gets Drawn Into Global Conspiracy Narratives“. Issues in Science and Technology 39, no. 3: 32–36. https://doi.org/10.58875/POZR1536

Jurg, Daniël, Max Schlueter, and Marc Tuters. 2023. “Inside the Cult of Stefan Molyneux: A Historical Exploration of Far-Right Radicalisation on YouTube“. Global Network on Extremism & Terrorism, 17 May. https://gnet-research.org/2023/05/17/inside-the-cult-of-stefan-molyneux-a-historical-exploration-of-far-right-radicalisation-on-youtube/.

Hagen, Sal, and Daniël de Zeeuw. 2023. “Based and confused: Tracing the political connotations of a memetic phrase across the Web.Big Data & Society 10 , no. 1. https://doi.org/10.1177/20539517231163175.

De Zeeuw, Daniël, and Alex Gekker. 2023. “A God-Tier LARP? QAnon as Conspiracy Fictioning.Social Media + Society (OnlineFirst). https://doi.org/10.1177/20563051231157300.

De Zeeuw, Daniël, Tommaso Campagna, Eleni Maragkou, Jesper Lust, and Carlo De Gaetano. 2022. “Like a Virus“. In Critical Meme Reader II: Memetic Tacticality. Chloë Arkenbout and Laurence Scherz (eds). Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures. https://networkcultures.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Critical-Meme-Reader-II_Memetic-Tacticality_INC-2022_INC-Reader-16.pdf#page=119

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. https://doi.org/10.5117/ccr2022.2.007.hage

Tuters, Marc, and Tom Willaert. 2022. “Deep state phobia: Narrative convergence in coronavirus conspiracism on Instagram.Convergence 28, no. 4. https://doi.org/10.1177/1354856522111875.

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 https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v27i5.12533.

Peeters, Stijn, and Tom Willaert. 2022. “Telegram and Digital Methods: Mapping Networked Conspiracy Theories through Platform Affordances.M/C Journal 25, no.1. https://doi.org/10.5204/mcj.2878.

Hagen, Sal. 2022. “‘Who is /ourguy/?’: Tracing panoramic memes to study the collectivity of 4chan/pol/.New Media & Society (OnlineFirst). https://doi.org/10.1177/14614448221078274.

Tuters, Marc. 2021. “A Prelude to Insurrection: How a 4chan Refrain Anticipated the Capitol Riot.Fast Capitalism 18, no. 1. https://fastcapitalism.journal.library.uta.edu/index.php/fastcapitalism/article/view/420.

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. https://doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqab076.

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. https://doi.org/10.4013/fem.2021.232.09.

Arkenbout, Chloë, Jack Wilson, and Daniël de Zeeuw. 2021. Critical Meme Reader: Global Mutations of the Viral Image. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures. https://networkcultures.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/CriticalMemeReader-1.pdf.

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. https://doi.org/10.3389/fdata.2021.718368.

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. https://v2.nl/files/2021/pdf/memenesia-pdf#page=24.

Tuters, Marc. 2021. “Fashwave and the False Paradox of Ironic Nazism.Krisis: Journal of Contemporary Philosophy 41, no. 1: 172-178. https://krisis.eu/article/view/37162/35165.

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. https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781786614926/Rise-of-the-Far-Right-Technologies-of-Recruitment-and-Mobilization.

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. https://punctumbooks.com/titles/book-of-anonymity/.

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. https://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/j.ctv1b0fvs5.8.pdf.

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. https://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/10643/9998. (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. http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/view/1657.

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. https://read.dukeupress.edu/cultural-politics/article-abstract/16/2/214/166192/Teh-Internet-Is-Serious-BusinessOn-the-Deep.

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. https://www.aaai.org/ojs/index.php/ICWSM/article/view/7351.

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. https://a-desk.org/en/magazine/the-gaping-mouth-trump-and-the-carnival-in-power/.

Tuters, Marc and Sal Hagen. 2020. “(((They))) Rule: Nebulous Othering and Memetic Antagonism on 4chan.New Media & Society 22, no 12: 2218-2237. https://doi.org/10.1177/1461444819888746.

Tuters, Marc. 2020. “On the Problem of Reactionary Nonsense at the Bottom of the Web.Europe Now, 16 January. https://www.europenowjournal.org/2020/01/15/on-the-problem-of-reactionary-nonsense-at-the-bottom-of-the-web/.

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. https://www.shrmonitor.org/misinformation-a-dialogue-driven-approach/.

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. http://dx.doi.org/10.7238/a.v0i24.3300.

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. https://www.transcript-verlag.de/chunk_detail_seite.php?doi=10.14361%2F9783839446706-003.

Tuters, Marc, Emilija Jokubauskaitė, and Daniel Bach. 2018. “Post-Truth Protest: How 4chan Cooked Up the Pizzagate Bullshit.M/C Journal 21, no 3. http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/view/1422.