Below is a list of my chapters in academic books, along with links to digital copies of these articles, where available. Some of the copies linked here may be uncorrected proofs. Book chapters may otherwise be quite obscure or expensive. Chapters noted by an asterisk [*] were coauthored with former students.
Grant Bollmer. Forthcoming. “Counter-Selfies and the Real Subsumption of Society,” Visual Culture Approaches to the Selfie, ed. Derek Conrad Murray. New York: Routledge.
Grant Bollmer. Forthcoming. “Mimetic Sameness,” Critical Meme Research: INC Reader #15, ed. Chloë Arkenbout, Jack Wilson and Daniel de Zeeuw. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures.
[*] Dina Abdel-Mageed and Grant Bollmer. Forthcoming. “E-Sheikhs: How Online Islamic Discourse can Reproduce Authoritarian Power Structures,” New Media Discourses, Culture and Politics after the Arab Spring: Case Studies from Egypt and Beyond, ed. Eid Mohamed and Aziz Douai. London: I. B. Tauris.
Grant Bollmer. 2021. “Facial Obfuscation and Bare Life: Politicizing Dystopia in Black Mirror,” Digital Dystopia: The Moral Uncanny of Netflix’s Black Mirror, ed. Margaret Gibson and Clarissa Carden. London: Palgrave MacMillan, 99 – 119. [link]
Grant Bollmer. 2020. “Selfies and Dronies as Relational Political Practices,” Routledge Companion to Mobile Media Art, ed. Larissa Hjorth, Adriana de Souza e Silva, and Klare Lanson. London: Routledge, 183 – 192. [link]
Grant Bollmer. 2020. “From Immersion to Empathy: The Legacy of Einfühlung in Digital Art and Videogames,” Shifting Interfaces: An Anthology of Presence, Empathy, and Agency in 21st Century Media Arts, Hava Aldouby, ed. Leuven: Leuven University Press, 18 – 30. [link]
Grant Bollmer. 2018. “Software Intimacies (Social Media and the Unbearability of Death),” Digital Intimate Publics and Social Media, Amy Shields Dobson, Brady Robards, and Nic Carah, editors. Palgrave MacMillan, 45 – 58. [link]
[*] Grant Bollmer and Chris Rodley. 2017. “Speculations on the Sociality of Socialbots,” Socialbots and their Friends: Digital Media and the Automation of Sociality, Robert W. Gehl and Maria P. Bakardjieva, editors. New York: Routledge, 147 – 163. [link]
Grant Bollmer. 2015. “Technobiological Traffic: Networks, Bodies, and the Management of Vitality,” Traffic: Media as Infrastructures and Cultural Practices, Marion Näser-Lather and Christoph Neubert, editors. Leiden: Brill, 117 – 135. [link]