PUBLICATIONS

Greig de Peuter, Kate Oakley, and Nicole Cohen. 2018. “How Youth Activism is Kicking Unpaid Internships to the Curb.” The Conversation, June 5.

Nicole Cohen and Greig de Peuter. 2018. “‘I Work at VICE and I Need a Union: Organizing Digital Media.” In Stephanie Ross and Larry Savage, eds. Labour Under Attack: Antiunionism in Canada. Halifax and Winnipeg: Fernwood, 114-128.

Greig de Peuter, Nicole Cohen, and Francesca Saraco. 2017. “The Ambivalence of Coworking: On the Politics of an Emerging Work Practice”, European Journal of Cultural Studies 20(6): 687-706.

Greig de Peuter. 2017. “Coworking and Co-operation: A Union in the Making.” STIR 19, Autumn, 12-15.

Enda Brophy. 2017. Language Put to Work: The Making of the Global Call Centre Workforce. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kate Oakley. 2017. “Artists as Workers. A Response to John Bellamy Foster“. Blog post to the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity, March 29.

Nicole S. Cohen. 2016. Writers’ Rights: Freelance Journalism in a Digital Age. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Marisol Sandoval. 2016. “Fighting Precarity with Co-operation? Worker Co-operatives in the Cultural Sector.” New Formations 88: 51-68.

Marisol Sandoval. 2016. “What Would Rosa Do? Co-operatives and Radical Politics.” Soundings 63.

Nicole Cohen. 2016. “What Union Drive at Vice Canada Means for the Future of Journalism.” NOW  Magazine, Feb. 2.

Greig de Peuter, Nicole S. Cohen, and Enda Brophy, eds. 2015. Interrogating Internships: Unpaid Work, Creative Industries, and Higher Education (special issue). tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique 13(2): 329-605.

Greig de Peuter, Nicole S. Cohen, and Enda Brophy. 2015. “Introduction.” Interrogating Internships: Unpaid Work, Creative Industries, and Higher Education (special issue). tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique 13(2): 329-335.

Nicole S. Cohen and Greig de Peuter. 2015. “Challenging Intern Nation: A Roundtable with Intern Labour Activists in Canada.” tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique 13(2): 590-601.

Greig de Peuter and Nicole S. Cohen. 2015. “Emerging Labour Politics In Creative Industries.” In Kate Oakley and Justin O’Connor eds. The Routledge Companion to the Cultural Industries. New York: Routledge, 305-318.

Enda Brophy, Nicole S. Cohen, and Greig de Peuter. 2015. “Labor Messaging: Practices of Autonomous Communication.” In Richard Maxwell ed. The Routledge Companion to Media and Labor. London: Routledge, 315-326.

Greig de Peuter and Nicole S. Cohen. 2015. “The Art of Collective Bargaining: An Interview with Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge.” Canadian Journal of Communication 40(2): 333-346.

Nicole S. Cohen and Greig de Peuter. 2015. “Creative Accounting: W.A.G.E.’s Fight for Artist Fees.” Frieze 170 (April).

Enda Brophy and Greig de Peuter. 2014. “Labours of Mobility: Communicative Capitalism and the Smartphone Cybertariat.” In Andrew Herman, Jan Hadlaw, and Thom Swiss eds. Theories of the Mobile Internet: Materialities and Imaginaries. New York: Routledge, 60-84.

Letters & Handshakes, eds. 2014. Precarious: Carole Condé + Karl Beveridge. Waterloo, ON: Robert Langen Art Gallery.

Greig de Peuter. 2014. “Public Space as Workspace.” Furnishing Positions 03, Blackwood Gallery, University of Toronto Mississauga.

Greig de Peuter, Nicole Cohen, and Enda Brophy. 2014. “Stagisti di Tutto il Mondo, Unitevi!” Alias, May 24, 2-4.

Greig de Peuter, Enda Brophy, and Nicole Cohen. 2014. “Locating Labour in Mobile Media Studies.” In Gerard Goggin and Larissa Hjorth eds. The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media. New York: Routledge, 439-449.

Nicole S. Cohen and Greig de Peuter. 2014. “Building Infrastructure: An Interview with Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge.” In Letters & Handshakes eds. Precarious: Carole Condé + Karl Beveridge. Waterloo, ON: Robert Langen Art Gallery, 87-93.

Greig de Peuter. 2014. “Beyond the Model Worker: Surveying a Creative Precariat.” Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research 6, 263-284.

Greig de Peuter. 2014. “Confronting Precarity in the Warhol Economy: Notes from New York City.” Journal of Cultural Economy 7(1): 31-47.

Enda Brophy. 2013. “Labouring to Learn: Lineaments of the Creative-Academic Complex in Vancouver.” Line 47(1): 106-111.

Nicole Cohen and Greig de Peuter. 2013. “The Politics of Precarity: Can the Urban Worker Strategy Address Precarious Employment For All?Briarpatch, November/December.

Cultural Workers Organize. 2013. “Freelancers Unite! Freelancers Come Together In a Changing World of Work.” The HUB London Islington, August 5.

Nicole Cohen. 2013. Q&A with Nicole Cohen about freelance journalists and collective organizing. Masthead, May 17. Part 2, Part 1.

Cultural Workers Organize. 2013. “‘Messages of Rupture’: An Interview with Emanuele Braga on the MACAO Occupation in Milan.” Trans. Roberta Buiani. Scapegoat: Landscape, Architecture, Political Economy 04, 179-187.

Greig de Peuter, Nicole Cohen, and Enda Brophy. 2012. “Interns of the Creative Industries, Unite! You have Nothing to Lose–Literally.” Briarpatch, November/December, 8-12. (Winner of the 2012 CWA Canada/Canadian Association of Journalists Award for Labour Reporting).

Greig de Peuter. 2012. “Modelling Workers’ Rights: Model and Community Organizer Sara Ziff Speaks Up For Models’ Rights in the Fashion Industry.” Shameless, June 11.

Nicole S. Cohen. 2012. “Cultural Work as a Site of Struggle: Freelancers and Exploitation.” triple C: Cognition, Communication, Cooperation 10(2): 141-155.

Nicole Cohen. 2012. “How Much do Freelance Journalists Make?” J-Source, The Canadian Journalism Project, September 12.

Enda Brophy. 2011. “Language Put to Work: Cognitive Capitalism, Call Centre Labour, and Worker Inquiry.” Journal of Communication Inquiry 35(4): 411-417.

Greig de Peuter. 2011. “Creative Economy and Labor Precarity: A Contested Convergence.” Journal of Communication Inquiry 35(4): 417-425.

Nicole S. Cohen. 2011. “Negotiating Writers’ Rights: Freelance Cultural Labour and the Challenges of Organizing.” Just Labour 17 & 8: 119-138.

Enda Brophy. 2011. “The Subterranean Stream: Communicative Capitalism and Call Centre Labour.” ephemera: theory & politics in organization 10(3/4): 470-483.