Anna Reading: Accessible Groundbreaking Research articles
The labour of place: Memory and extended reality (XR) in migration museums
Reading, A., Bjork, J., Hanlon, J. & Jakeman, N., Jun 2021, In: Memory Studies. 14, 3, p. 606-621
I Can't Breathe: Metabolising (im) mobile antisocialities
Reading, A., 7 May 2021, The Routledge Handbook of Mobile Socialities . Hill, A., Hartmann, M. & Andersson, M. (eds.). First ed. Abingdon: Routledge, p. 256-270
Moving hearts: How mnemonic labour (trans)forms mnemonic capital
Reading, A., 16 Feb 2021, In: Memory Studies. 14, 1, p. 95-111 , Volume 14, Issue 1
Remembering Statelessness in Food Stories from Jewish Shanghai. Reading. A. 2021. In Crafting Chinese Memories: How Art and Stories Shape Chinese Memories in the 21st Century. Swanscutt. K. (ed) Berghahn.
The Female Memory Factory; How Gendered Labour of Memory Creates Mnemonic Capital.
Reading, A. European Journal of Women's Studies. 2019. 293-312.
Anna Reading 2018. Neurodiversity and Communication Ethics: How images of autism trouble communication ethics in the globital age’. Cultural Studies Review. Vol. 24, No. 2. https://doi.org/10.5130/csr.v24i2.6040.
Reading, A and Notley. T. 2015. The materiality of globital memory: Bringing the cloud to earth
Continuum-Journal of media & cultural studies. 29, 4, p. 511-521
Reading A. 2014 Seeing Red: On the Political Economy of Digital Memory. Media Culture and Society. October. Published online before print July 2, 2014, doi: 10.1177/0163443714532980
Keightley, E. & Reading, A. (Apr 2014 ) Mediated Mobilties In : Media Culture & Society. 36, 3, p. 285-301
Reading, A. 2012‘ The dynamics of zero: on digital memories of Mars and the human fœtus in the globital memory field ESSACHESS - Journal of Communication Studies. 5.10.
Reading, A. 2011, ‘Identity, Memory and Cosmopolitanism: The Otherness of the Past and a Right to Memory’ , European Journal of Cultural Studies, 14(4): 379-394.
Reading, A. 2011, ‘The London Bombings: Mobile Witnessing, Mortal Bodies and Globital Time’ , Memory Studies, 4(3): 298-311.
Reading, A. 2010, ‘Gender and the Right to Memory’, Media Development , 2: 11-15.
Reading, A. 2009, ‘Mobile Witnessing: Ethics and the Camera Phone in the War on Terror, Globalizations , 6(1): 61–76.
Reading, A. 2009, ‘The Playful Panopticon? Ethics and the Coded Self in Social Networking Sites’, Communications in the 21st Century, Engagement and Exposure: Mobile Communication and the Ethics of Social Networking , 8: 93-102.
Reading, A. 2008, ‘The Mobile Family Gallery? Gender, Memory and the Cameraphone’ , Trames: A Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, (12)3: 353-339.
Reading, A. 2005, ‘Professing Porn or Obscene Browsing? On Proper Distance in the University Classroom’ , Media Culture and Society, 27(1): 123-130.
Reading, A, 2003, ‘Digital Interactivity in Public Memory Institutions: The Uses of New Technologies in Holocaust Museums’ , Media Culture and Society, 25(1): 67-85.
Reading, A. 1999, ‘Scarlet Lips in Belsen: Culture, Gender and Ethnicity in the Policies of the Holocaust’ , Media Culture and Society, 21(4): 481-501.
Reading, A. 1994, ‘The People Versus the King: Polish Broadcasting Legislation’, Media Law and Practice, 1(15): 7-12.
Reading, A. and Sparks, C. 1994, ‘Understanding Media Change in East-Central Europe’ , Media Culture and Society, 16: 243-270.