Fixing Social Media

School of Public Policy, UMass Amherst, 2020

What the Post Office Can Tell us about the Internet

Future of Speech Online 2018

The System is Broken… and That’s the Good News

re:publica, 2015

Digital Cosmopolitan

Talks at Google, 2014

Saving the World with Advocacy Journalism

Nieman Center, 2013

Cute Cats and the Arab Spring

University of British Columbia, 2011

How to Listen to Global Voices

TED Talk, TED Global, 2010

A Compact History of the Social Internet

Harvard Berkman Center, 2006


Scholarly & Popular

Zuckerman (2020), “What is Digital Public Infrastructure?“, Journalism and Liberty.

Zuckerman (2020), “The Case for Digital Public Infrastructure“, Knight First Amendment Center.

Zuckerman, E., Matias, J. N., Bhargava, R., Bermejo, F., & Ko, A. (2019). “Whose Death Matters? A Quantitative Analysis of Media Attention to Deaths of Black Americans in Police Confrontations“, 2013–2016. International Journal of Communication, 13, 27.

Ndulue, E. B., Bermejo, F., Ramos, K., Lowe, S., Hoffman, N., & Zuckerman, E. (2019). “The language of immigration reporting: Normalizing vs. watchdogging in a nativist age“.

Zuckerman (2019), “Building a More Honest Internet“, Columbia Journalism Review.

Zuckerman (2019), “QAnon and the Emergence of the Unreal“, Journal of Design and Science.

Zuckerman (2018) “Four Problems for News and Democracy“, Trust, Media and Democracy.

Zuckerman (2017) “Mistrust, efficacy and the new civics: understanding the deep roots of the crisis of faith in journalism“, Aspen Institute whitepaper.

Barabas, Narula, Zuckerman (2017), “Back to the Future: The Decentralized Web“, Center for Civic Media and MIT Digital Currency Initiative whitepaper.

Zuckerman (2017), “Zuckerberg and the Imaginary Cosmopolitan“, California Review of Images and Mark Zuckerberg, vol.1 issue 1.

Zuckerman (2016) “The Perils of Using Technology to Solve Other People’s Problems“, The Atlantic.

Schiffrin, Zuckerman (2015) “Can We Measure Media Impact? Surveying the Field“, Stanford Social Innovation Review, fall 2015.

Zuckerman (2014) “The Internet’s Original Sin“, The Atlantic.

Zuckerman (2014) “New Media, New Civics?“, Policy & Internet, 6: 151-168.

Graeff, Stempeck, Zuckerman (2014) “The battle for ‘Trayvon Martin’: Mapping a media controversy online and off-line“, First Monday, January 2014.

Zuckerman (2013) “Cute Cats to the Rescue? Participatory Media and Political Expression“, in “Youth, New Media and Political Participation”, edited by Danielle Allen and Jennifer Light for MIT Press.

Zuckerman, Roberts, McGrady, York and Palfrey (2011) “Distributed Denial of Service Attacks Against Independent Media and Human Rights Sites“, Berkman Center Research Publication.

Zuckerman (2010) “Intermediary Censorship” (chapter), in Access Controlled, Deibert, Palfrey, Rohozinski and Zittrain, Cambridge: MIT Press.

Zuckerman (2010) “Decentralizing the Mobile Phone – A Second ICT4D Revolution?“, Information Technology and International Development, volume 6:99-103.

Zuckerman (2010) “International Reporting in the Age of Participatory Media“, Daedalus 139:2.

Zuckerman (2009) “Citizen Media in the Kenyan Electoral Crisis” (chapter), in Citizen Journalism: Global Perspectives, Stuart Allen and Einar Thorsen, New York: Peter Lang.

Zuckerman (2007) “Meet the Bridgebloggers“, Public Choice 134:1-2.

Zuckerman (2003) “Working Paper: Global Attention Profiles“, Berkman Center whitepaper.