Professor Athina Karatzogianni

Professor in Media and Communication, Principal Investigator H2020 DigiGen







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My published work open access in pre-publication form here: Selected Works Bepress


  • PhD Politics, University of Nottingham, 2005
  • MA International Conflict Analysis, Kent University, London Centre of International Relations, 2000
  • BA (Hons) International Relations with Politics, Lancaster University, 1999
  • Professional Development Certificate (General Management Skills) University of Hull, 2011
  • PG Diploma (Information Technology) University of Nottingham, 2008
  • Diploma in Journalism, Antenna College of Journalism, Athens, Greece, 1996



    Principal Investigator IRDF ODA: COVID-19 Urgency Call: COVID19 Disinformation and Response in India, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand: A Comparative Social Network Analysis Study on Twitter. (2020-2021),

    Principal Investigator BA/Leverhulme The New Frontier of Industrial Relations Research: Investigating the Social Media Networks and Digital Geography of Contemporary Industrial Action (2020-2021).

    Principal Investigator H2020 DigiGen The Impact of Technological Transformations on the Digital Generation.I lead the work package on ICT and the transformation of civic participation (2019-2022)

    Co-Investigator Enurture ESRC Live Streaming and Mental Health in Children and Youth (2019-2021).

    Principal Investigator HEFCE GCREF Megacities and Development: Megamachines of Hope and Alienation (2018-2019).

    Co-Investigator ESRC The Common Good: Ethics and Rights in Cyber Security (ERCS). 2014-2017.

    Principal Investigator FP7 EU Research grant on Transnational Digital Networks, Migration and Gender (MIG@NET). 2010-2013

    Co-Investigator (2008-9) European Commission funded SimSafety Project researching into intercultural attitudes to Internet Safety, supported by Education and Culture DG, Lifelong Learning Programme.

    Research journey

    Since 2000, I have focused on the intersections between new media theory, resistance networks and global politics, for the study of cyberconflict and the use of digital technologies by social movements, protest, and insurgency groups. My research revolves around different aspects of cyberconflict theory, which I developed and applied to non-state actors and their use of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs). I am passionate about researching what is a period of intense encounters of the cyber with the global political arena:

  • The proliferation of sociopolitical activist networks, as well as ethnoreligious, insurgent and terrorist networks
  • Social media-enabled political protests and mobilisations leading to social or political change
  • Increased resistance to surveillance and censorship of global communications, including leaks from government employees and new media organisations, uncovering significant tensions in the use of ICTs both by states and corporations
  • Research fields

    • The politics of digital media, network cultures, and platform economi
    • Civic media activism, social movements and ICTs
    • Privacy, surveillance, and conflict in the digital public sphere
    • Political philosophy, critical and cultural continental theory


    Books (Monographs, Co-authored)

    (Forthcoming 2022) Cybersecurity and Digital Politics, co-authored with Richard Aldrich, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    (2018) Platform Economics: Rhetoric and Reality the "Sharing Economy", co-authored with Cristiano Codagnone and Jacob Matthews, Bingley, UK: Emerald.

    (2015) Firebrand Waves of Digital Activism 1994-2014: The Rise and Spread of Hacktivism and Cyberconflict, Palgrave MacMillan.

    (2010) Power, Resistance and Conflict in the Contemporary World: Social Movements, Networks and Hierarchies, co-authored with Andrew Robinson, Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics, Routledge: London and New York. In Print. 324 pages.

    (2006) The Politics of Cyberconflict, Routledge Research on Internet and Society, Routledge: London and New York. In Print. 242 pages.

    Books (Edited volumes)

    (eds) (2020) Media Technologies and Protest Revolutions: The Long Durée, co-edited with Michael Schandorf and Ioanna Ferra, Bingley: Emerald.

    (eds) (2020) The Emerald Handbook of Digital Media in Greece: Journalism and Political Communication in Times of Crisis, c-edited with Anastasia Veneti, Bingley: Emerald.

    (eds) (2016) The Digital Transformation of the Public Sphere: Conflict, Migration, Crisis and Culture in Digital Networks, co-edited with Dennis Nguyen and Elisa Serafinelli, Palgrave Macmillan. 433 pages.

    (eds) (2012) Digital Cultures and the Politics of Emotion: Feelings, Affect and Technological Change, co-edited with Adi Kuntsman, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan. In Print. 272 pages.

    (ed.) (2012) Violence and War in Culture and the Media: Five Disciplinary Lenses, Routledge Media, War and Security Series, London and New York: Routledge. In Print. 280 pages.

    (ed.) (2009) Cyber Conflict and Global Politics, Routledge Contemporary Security Studies, London and New York: Routledge. In Print. 246 pages.

    Articles in refereed journals

    (2021) 'Research Design for an Integrated Artificial Intelligence Ethical Framework'. Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes. No. 1. P. 31–45. Online Available at:

    Aldrich, R.J and Karatzogianni A. (2020) 'Postdigital War Beneath the Sea? The Stack's underwater Cable Insecurity'. Digital War.1:29–35

    Karatzogianni A and Robinson A. (2019) 'Virilio’s Parting Song: The Administration of Fear and the Privatisation of Communism through the Communism of Affect', Media Theory 3(2):161-178. Online available at:

    Karatzogianni, A. and Matthews. J. (2018) ‘Platform Ideologies: Ideological production in digital intermediation platforms and structural effectivity in the “sharing economy” Television & New Media. Published 2020, Vol. 21(1) 95–114. Online first available at:


    (2018) 'Adorno in the Kingdom of Unfreedom – History and Freedom’s Lecture The Principle of Nationality', Variations [En ligne], 21 | 2018. Online available at:

    (2017) 'Schizorevolutions vs. Microfascisms: The Fear of Anarchy in State Securitization' co-authored with Andrew Robinson, Journal of International Political Theory, 13(3), pp. 282 - 295. Online available at:

    (2017) 'Evil Intermediation Platforms', short article co-authored with Jacob Matthews, special issue Evil Infrastructures, edited by Christopher Kelty, Cultural Anthropology, April 2017.

    (2017)  'A Comparative Cyberconflict Analysis of Digital Activism Across Post-Soviet Countries', co-authored with Galina Miazhevich and Anastasia Denisova, Journal of Comparative Sociology, 16:1, pp. 1-25. Brill. DOI: 10.1163/15691330-12341415.

    (2015) 'Hack or Be Hacked: The Quasi-Totalitarianism of Global Trusted Networks', co-authored with Martin Gak, New Formations: A Journal of Culture, Theory, Politics, No.84/85 Societies of Control, DOI: 10.398/NEWF:84/85.06.2015. Online available at:

    (2015) ‘The Social Media Political Subject is an Infant’, Social Media + Society Volume: 1 issue: 1, article first published online: May 11, 2015; Issue published: April 29, 2015 DOI:

    (2014) ‘Digital Prometheus: WikiLeaks, the State-Network Dichotomy and the Antinomies of Academic Reason’ co-authored with Andrew Robinson, International Journal of Communication, 8, Feature 1-20. 1932–8036/2014FEA0002. Online available at:

    (2010) ‘Blame it on the Russians: Tracking the Portrayal of Russians During Cyber Conflict Incidents’, Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media, 4, pp. 127-150. ISSN 2040-462X. Online available at:

    (2009) 'Cyberconflict at the Edge of Chaos: Cryptohierarchies and Self-organization in the Open Source Movement' co-authored with G. Michaelides, in P Moore and A. Karatzogianni, (eds) Parallel Visions of P2P production: Governance, Organization and the New Economies, Special issue, Capital and Class, 97, pp.143-159. ISSN 03098168.

    (2004) ‘The Politics of Cyberconflict, Journal of Politics, 24:1, pp.46-55.

    In preparation (2)

    ‘Megacities and Development: Civil Society and Security’ Cambridge Review of International Affairs Special Issue confirmed guest editors with Zakia Shiraz Introduction and two co-authored articles: The Twitter aftermath of 25 Terrorist attacks 2015-2017: Focusing on five megacities (with Ioanna Ferra);  Indian disinformation architectures and trolling during elections (with Adrija Dey).

    Chapters in books

    (2020) 'The Rise of SYRIZA in Greece 2009-2015: The Digital Battlefield', co-authored with N. Smyrnaios. In The Emerald Handbook of Digital Media in Greece: Journalism and Political Communication in Times of Crisis, edited by A. Veneti and A.Karatzogianni, Bingley: Emerald.

    (2020) 'Introduction Digital Media in Greece: Journalism and Political Communication in Times of Crisis', co-authored with A.Veneti. In The Emerald Handbook of Digital Media in Greece: Journalism and Political Communication in Times of Crisis, edited by A. Veneti and A.Karatzogianni, Bingley: Emerald.

    (2020) 'The Geeks of the Squares: Agency, Control and Surveillance in Protest Movement Mediation Technologies'. In Media Technologies and Protest Revolutions: The Longue Durée, edited by A. Karatzogianni, M. Schandorf and I. Ferra, Bingley: Emerald.

    (2020) 'Introduction: Media Technologies and Protest Revolutions: The Longue Durée', co-authored with Michael Schandorf and Ioanna Ferra. In Media Technologies and Protest Revolutions: The Longue Durée, edited by A. Karatzogianni, M. Schandorf and I. Ferra, Bingley: Emerald.

    (2020) 'Global Citizenship Education and its Discontents from the Global North to the Global South' co-authored Golovátina-Mora P, Harper S, Smartt Gullion J, Karatzogianni A, Simmons T. In The Global Citizenship Nexus Critical Studies edited by D.Chapman, T. Ruiz-Chapman, P. Eglin, London and New York: Routledge.

    (2020) 'A Tale of Cyberconflict in Greece: Polarization and Mobilization for the Greek Referendum on Twitter', co-authored with Ioanna Ferra.  in Theoni Stathopoulou (ed.) Transformations of Protest in Greece, Athens: Papazisis Publishers & EKKE. [in English].

    (2018) ‘Leaktivism and its Discontents’ in Graham Meikle (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Media and Activism, London: Routledge. pp. 250-258.

    (2018) '#NODAPL: Distributed Rhetorical Praxis at Standing Rock' co-authored with Michael Schandorf, in Jonathan Alexander and Jacqueline Rhodes (eds) Routledge Companion to Digital Writing & Rhetoric, London and New York: Routledge. p.142-152.

    (2018) 'Agency in Posthuman International Relations: Solving the Problem of Computer-Mediated Agency',  co-authored with Michael Schandorf. In E. Cudworth, S. Hobden and E. Kavalski (eds) Posthuman Dialogues in International Relations, London: Ashgate. pp.89-108.

    (2016) ‘Intercultural Conflict and Dialogue in the Transnational Digital Public Sphere: Findings from the MIG@NET Research Project (2010-2013), co-authored with O. Morgunova, N. Kambouri, O. Lafazani, N. Trimikliniotis. G. Ioannou and D. Nguyen in A. Karatzogianni, D. Nguyen and E. Serafinelli (eds) The Digital Transformation of the Public Sphere: Conflict, Migration, Crisis and Culture in Digital Networks, Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 235- 258.

    (2016) ‘Introduction: The Digital Transformation of the Public Sphere’ in A. Karatzogianni, D. Nguyen and E. Serafinelli (eds) The Digital Transformation of the Public Sphere: Conflict, Migration, Crisis and Culture in Digital Networks, in Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 1-8.

    (2016) ‘Surfing the Revolutionary Wave 2010-12: A Social Theory of Agency, Resistance, and Orders of Dissent in Contemporary Social Movements’ co-authored with M. Schandorf in A. Ornella (ed.) Making Humans: Religious, Technological and Aesthetic Perspectives, Inter-Disciplinary Press. pp. 43-73. ISBN 978-1-84888-425-0

    (2015) ‘A Cyberconflict Analysis of Chinese Dissidents Focusing on Civil Society, Mass Incidents and Labour Resistance’ co-authored with A. Robinson, The Routledge Handbook of Chinese Media. (eds) Rawnsley, G.D. and Rawnsley, M.Y.T. London and New York: Routledge. pp. 217-23. 8ISBN: 9780415520775

    (2014) 'Digital Prometheus: WikiLeaks, the State-Network Dichotomy and the Antinomies of Academic Reason’ co-authored with Andrew Robinson in WikiLeaks: From Popular Culture to Political Economy, edited by C.Christensen, USC Annenberg. Online available at:

    (2013) translated in Portuguese ‘Uma análise de ciberconflitos das revoluções de 2011 da Primavera Árabe’ in Rodrigues Gomes, M. (ed.) Comunicação e controle: Observações sobre liberdade, controle einterdição de expressão, São Paulo: Intercom. pp.259-284. [EN] ‘A cyberconflict analysis of the 2011 Arab Spring’ in Rodrigues Gomes, M. (ed.) Communication and control: Notes on freedom, control and interdicted expression, São Paulo: Intercom, 2013. pp. 285-309.

    (2013) ‘A Cyberconflict Analysis of the 2011 Arab Spring Uprisings’ in Youngs, G. (ed.) Digital World: Connectivity, Creativity and Rights, London and New York Routledge. pp. 159-175.  ISBN-10: 0415839084

    (2012) ‘WikiLeaks Affects: Ideology, Conflict and the Revolutionary Virtual’ in Karatzogianni, A and Kuntsman, A. (eds.) Digital Cultures and the Politics of Emotion: Feelings, Affect and Technological Change. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 52-73.

    (2012) ‘Epilogue: The Politics of the Affective Digital’ in Karatzogianni, A and Kuntsman, A. (eds.) Digital Cultures and the Politics of Emotion: Feelings, Affect and Technological Change, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 245-9.

    (2012) ‘Introduction: Violence and War in Culture and the Media through Five Disciplinary Lenses’ in Karatzogianni, A. (ed.) Violence and War in Culture and the Media, London and New York: Routledge. pp. 1-11.

    (2012) ‘Blame it on the Russians: Tracking the Portrayal of Russians During Cyber conflict Incidents’ in Karatzogianni, A. (ed.) Violence and War in Culture and the Media, London and New York: Routledge. pp. 221-246.

    (2012) ‘Cyberconflict and the Future of Warfare’ in Gardner, H and Kobtzeff, O. (eds) Ashgate Research Companion to War, Aldershot: Ashgate. pp. 491-504. ISBN: 978-0-7546-7826-7.

    (2012) ‘Ancient Athens as a Model of Hegemonic Decline’, in Gardner, H and Kobtzeff, O. (eds) Ashgate Research Companion to War, Aldershot: Ashgate. pp. 191-206. ISBN: 978-0-7546-7826-7.

    (2009) 'Introduction: New media and the Reconfiguration of Power in Global Politics', in Karatzogianni, A. (ed.) Cyber Conflict and Global Politics, Contemporary Security Studies, Routledge: London and New York. pp. 1-11.

    (2009) 'How small are small numbers in cyberspace? Small, virtual, wannabe “states”, minorities and their cyber conflicts’ in Karatzogianni, A. (ed.) Cyber Conflict and Global Politics, Contemporary Security Studies, Routledge: London and New York. pp. 128-146.

    (2009) ‘Confronting internal and external problems of cross- inter- and multi-disciplinarity: Researching cyber conflict and global politics’ in Karanika, M and Wiesemans, R (eds) Exploring Avenues to Cross-Disciplinary Research, Nottingham University Press, pp. 179-191.

    Published reports and other work

    (2020) Karatzogianni, A., Tiidenberg, K., Parsanoglou, D., Lepik, K.S., Raig, M., Suitslepp, M.L., Matthews, J., Symeonaki, M., Kazani, A., & Pnevmatikaki, M. (2021). Online Political Behaviour and ideological Production by Young People: A Comparative Study of ICT and Civic Participation in Estonia, Greece and the United Kingdom. (DigiGen - working paper series No. 4).

    (2020) 'Review: Critical Discourse Studies and Technology: A Multimodal Approach to Analysing Technoculture', Language and Politics (19)2, p. 367-370.

    (2015). ‘Review: Two sides of the barricade: (Dis)order and summit protest in Europe’, Acta Politica (Vol. 50, Iss. 2, pp. 249-251). Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/ap.2015.4

    (2013). ‘Review: Language, Ideology and Identity in Serial Killer Narratives’, Language and Literature (Vol. 22, Iss. 2, pp. 158-160). Sage. doi:10.1177/0963947012454367

    (2013) Schizorevolutions vs. Microfascisms: A Deleuzo-Nietzschean Perspective on State, Security, and Active/Reactive Networks’ co-authored with A. Robinson. Presented at theDeleuze Studies Conference Lisbon July 2013. Available at:

    (2011) Cyberconflict and Hacktivism in a Contemporary Context’, Digital Development Debates, Issue 5, September 2011.Online Available at:

    (2013) Karatzogianni, A., Morgunova, O., Kambouri, N., Lafazani, O., Nicos Trimikliniotis,Grigoris Ioannou ‘Transnational Digital Networks, Migration and Gender:Intercultural Conflict and Dialogue’. Online MIG@NET.EU Portal:

    (2013) Midden, E., Pondanesi, S., Kambouri, N. Zavos, A., Karatzogianni, A. and Morgunova, O. ‘Gender, Migration and Religious Practices Online’, Online MIG@NET.EU Portal:

    (2010) ‘The Thorny Triangle: Cyber Conflict, Business and the Sino-American Relationship in the World-System’, e-International Relations. Online available at:

    (2009) ‘With or Without You: U.S. Foreign Policy, Hegemony, Domination and Rhizomes of Resistance’ co-authored with A. Robinson, International Relations: Student Perspectives, September 2009, pp. 7-25.

    (2006) ‘Broadening the New Security Agenda’, Journal of Cyber Conflict Studies, vol. 1, no. 1, 2006, pp.12-21.

    (2004) ‘The Impact of the Internet during the Iraq war on the peace movement, war coverage and war-related cyberattacks’, Cultural Technology and Policy Journal, inaugural issue, 2004.Also serialized by the author in Greek in for the high-circulation weekly political magazine Politika Themata, Athens, December 2005.

    Doctoral Supervision

    Current PhD Students as first supervisor (8):

    • Aravena Ortiz, Sebastian: 'Visual communication Aspects iof Environmental NGOs in Chile'
    • Adogla, Derick: 'Africa's New Media-driven Political Activism: Ghana and Uganda'
    • Al Sultan, Mohanned: 'Digital Political Economy of Public Service Advertising in Saudi Arabia'
    • Alathiyath Valappil, Pradeep: 'The Relationship between Patient Advocacy Groups and Big Pharma during the Opioid Crisis"
    • Alshareef, Mai: 'Technological and Social transformations of Education in Saudi Arabia'
    • Covaliu,  Paul: 'The Influence of Secret Services on Media Freedom in Romania'
    • Jitkaroon, Lalita: 'A Study  of Dis- and Misinformation of Facebook Users in Thailand'
    • Bajandouh, Abeer: 'The Role of Digital Media in the Empowerment of Saudi Women in the Workforce'
    Completed students (9):
    • Macmillan, Callum: 'Posthumanism and the Sci-Fi Genre: Films, Games and the Fandom Communities'', PhD awarded.
    • Mangalousi, Dafni: 'The Construction of Smart Cities and Communities in Europe', PhD awarded.
    • Ferra, Ioanna: ‘Social Media Activism and the Greek Crisis’, PhD awarded.
    • Dey, Adrija: 'Digital Gender Activism in India'. PhD awarded
    • Olabode, Shola: ‘ICTs and Protest Mobilizations in Nigeria. PhD awarded
    • Serafinelli, Elisa: ‘Identity, Memory and New Mobile Visualities on Instagram’. PhD awarded
    • Nguyen, Dennis: ‘The European Digital Public Sphere: Towards a Transnational Web Sphere or Isolated Online Spaces?’  PhD Awarded
    • Kalogeras, Voula: ‘Transmedia Storytelling: Internet Content and Cultural Media Marketing’. PhD Awarded
    • Nik Rahman: ‘E-Health Services and Propinquity in Malaysia’. PhD Awarded

    As second supervisor: Ayman Banjaid; Shuhan Chen, Wei Cui (awarded: 3). Current (2): Ghada Alwally; Na Liu.

    Media Engagement

    1. (10 March 2021) Bangladeshi government has bought hacking tools made by an Israeli company to spy on opposition leaders and activists. TV Interview at Indus News. Online available at:
    2. (4 March 2021) Interviewed for 'Red Sea Cables How UK and US spies listen to the Middle East' by Paul Cochrane. Middle East Eye. Online available at:
    3. (16 February 2021) 'New measures to impose Uk Government beliefs on what constitutes free speech, prof says', interviewed for Sputnik News.
    4. (28 March 2020) 'Not having lockdown parties on Zoom?' Wired. Online Available at:
    5. (14 January 2020) ‘The last decade showed how social media could topple governments and make social change — and it's only getting crazier from her’, interviewed for Business Insider. Online available: also (14 January 2020) ‘Arab Spring to #MeToo: How social media became a political force’Televisor. Online available here:
    6. (5 January 2020) ‘Why this Instagram post is a stalker's dream’ Daily MailSunday Mail You Magazine article interview. Online available at:
    7. (25 June 2019) TRT World. Panel discussant on flagship current affairs television programme Roundtable hosted by David Foster: ‘Targeted Political Ads: Are they Changing Democracy?’.
    8. (31 May 2019) Radio Interview about the role of social media in the European Elections 2019 (in Greek) at 9,84 Athens radio.
    9. (20 April 2018) ‘Pentagon’s New Health App a Disaster Waiting to Happen, Expert Warns. Radio Sputnik
    10. (5 April 2018) BBC World News TV interview on the Facebook Cambridge Analytica affair and its political effects in Southeast Asia. More available here:
    11. (7 February 2018) Hate Speech in Greece, interview to Konstantina Dimitrouli, National Greek Radio (ERT), as part of the European Commission programme #RespectWords
    12. (23 December 2017) Interview for ‘Snowden's App 'Raises Questions About Using Surveillance for Anti-Surveillance'. Radio Sputnik World Service.
    13. (28 September 2017) ‘US Vetting System Will Have Considerable Impact on Privacy’. Radio Sputnik World Service, Moscow. Online available at:
    14. (16 June 2017) Panel Discussant on TRT World flagship current affairs television programme Roundtable hosted by David Foster. This was a 20-minute discussion exploring how technology is exposing democracy’s vulnerabilities, particularly in hacking attempts to influence election with Nigel Inkster, former director of operations and intelligence for the British Secret Intelligence Service, Rick Falkvinge, founder of the Swedish Pirate Party and Mustafa Al-Bassam, formerly of LulzSec, Anonymous. Video of TV appearance is online available at:
    15. (10 March 2017) ‘The CIA is in the Intensive Care Room: Short-term intelligence wins will come at the expense of long-term security’, co-authored for Prospect Magazine. Online available at:
    16. (10 March 2017) Commentary commissioned (in Greek) for Athens Voice on WikiLeaks CIA affair. Online here:
    17. (11 December 2017) Commissioned for the Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) - Kathimerini public debate on European security issues
    18. (11 April 2016) ‘Beyond Hashtags: How A New Wave of Activists is Changing Society’. The Conversation.
    19. (26 February 2016). ITV News Feature on Vloggers interviewed by Helen Keenan.
    20. (20 December 2015) Interview on the U.S. Cybersecurity Act. 'New Cybersecurity Act is Problematic in Many Ways'. Radio Sputnik. Online available at:
    21. (17 December 2015) 'Social Media is Rocking the Political Boat'. First Person column. Leicester Mercury Newspaper.
    22. (18 November 2015) 'Anonymous Hackers could be Islamic State's Online Nemesis'. The Conversation. Online available at:
    23. (18 March 2015) Discussing UK Elections and Social Media. BBC Radio Leicester.
    24. (18 October 2013) Interviewed by Ian Evans for “The Fifth Estate”: Does it get Assange and Wikileaks right? Christian Science Monitor, Boston. Online Available at:
    25. (24 April 2013) ‘Cyberkonflikten-arabiska-varen’ at the International Science Festival in Gothenburg (Vetenskapsfestivalen), panel on "Technology, Surveillance and Revolution". The talk was televised for Swedish education TV see video link here:
    26. (9 April 2010) 'Adam Roberts: Waging war by ballot' interviewed by Alison Flood for Wired Magazine. Online available at:
    27. (16 March 2010) 'Activists turn "hacktivists" on the web' interviewed by Chris Vallance. BBC News. Online available at:
    28. (10 February 2010) ‘Get clued up on the 'anarchic' power of the world wide web’ interviewed by Alex Wood for the Yorkshire Post. Also online available at:
    29. (8 February 2010) Feature on Futuristic Democratic Army, interviewed by Alison Flood for Wired Magazine.
    30. (3 February 2010) Interview at Andy Comfort’s Breakfast Show, BBC Radio Humberside [advertising the Virt3c conference and talking about the China vs. Google situation].
    31. (18 June 2009) Rossoglou, A. and Papaspiliou, B. ‘Athina Karatzogianni: “Greece must develop a dynamic presence in cyberspace”, International Communication Forum. Online Available at:
    32. (2008) Interviewed for the Franco-German cultural TV channel ARTE Documentary Brief History of the Future (Dir. Salfati
    33. (August 2008) NET radio (Greek national radio) Interview on various issues, such as cyberconflict, South Ossetia and the American Elections.
    34. (4 November 2007) ‘Incursão no Iraque desafia aspiração turca de integrar UE’. Jornal Brasileiro [Interview at the widely read national newspaper in Brazil about Turkey, Kurds and Iraq]. Online available at:
    35. (13 September 2007) Faustine Vincent ‘La Chine a soif d'informations’. 20 Minutes France Also available online at:
    36. (September 2007) Interview about the Estonian cyberconflict and broader internet issues, Flash 9,61 [popular commercial Greek radio news station].
    37. (2 August 2007) Interview in Greek given to Eleftherotypia [Wide readership national Greek newspaper] ‘Wars Raging in Cyberspace’.
    38. (17 June 2007) Belot, L. and Stroobants, J.-P. (17 June 2007) ‘Les Temps des cyberguerres’, Le Monde. Also available online at:,1-0,36-924253,0.html
    39. (20 May 2007) ‘Pentágono censura soldados’ [Interview at the widely read national newspaper in Brazil about censorship and the military in Iraq}. Jornal Brasileiro Also available online at:

    Research Activity

    1. (31 March 2021) Organiser 'Geopolitics and Cross-cultural Comparisons of ICT Use by Governments, Corporations and Civil Society Actors in the Global South' with Bassant Hassib at the Leicester Institute for Advanced Studies, University of Leicester. Presentation with Ioanna Ferra and others on 'Cross-cultural Comparisons of Disinformation, Discourses, Networks in the “Global South". Online.
    2. (25-26 March 2021) Main organiser 'Duty To Revolt: Transnational and Commemorative Aspects of Revolutions'. Online. Presentation with Robert Latham (University of York, Canada) 'Revolting Against Posthuman Capitalism: The Development of Anticapitalist Consciousness'. Online.
    3. (17 March 2021) 'Sleeping on a Volcano: The Ideologisation Process on Digital Networks'. Joint seminar at the Populism Research Group and the Centre for Research in Communication and Culture at Loughborough University. Online.
    4. (25 February 2021) 'The Black Box of Movement Leadership: From the 1960s to the Current Context' at the (De)Mobilising with Digital Media TREND webinar series at the University of South Carolina/Paris 8. Online.
    5. (22 February 2021) 'Disinformation and Fake News' speaker at the International Seminar 'Disinformation as a Tool of Strategic Warfare', Institute of Regional Studies, Pakistan.
    6. (17 February 2021) Main Organiser 'Hacking Democracy: The Future of Network Activism in the Age of Coronapolitics and Disinfotainment'. Digital Symptoms Lab.
    7. (11 February 2021) Speaker at the DEL4ALL Webinar 'Women in Science - Emerging Technologies in an E-Learning Environment'. Online.
    8. (8 December 2020) Speaker at the 'AI Coordinate System for Further Research and Development Trajectory' panel at the 'AI Global Dimension - Governance Challenges' Conference at the Department of Digital Economy and Artificial Intelligence ADV Group at MGIMO-University, Russia. Online.
    9. (7 December 2020) 'Sleeping on a Volcano: The Ideologization Process on Digital Networks', Research Seminar Series,Department of Politics York University, Canada. Online.
    10. (27 October 2020) ‘The Dark Side of Journalists’ Digital Labour within Indian Political Culture’ presentation with Adrija Dey (Sussex University) at the Digital Labor Solidarities, Collective Formations and Relational Infrastructures panel at the Association of Internet Researchers, Dublin, Ireland. Online.
    11. (17 October 2020) Speaker at the Heteropolitics workshop, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Online.
    12. (16 September 2020) Main Organiser ‘Leicester in Protest – Leicester in Lockdown’, CAMEo Online Symposium.
    13. (1-3 July 2020) ‘An Overview of Artificial Intelligence Ethical Standards: Governments, Corporates and Civil Society Actors’, Trustworthy AI Trustworthy AI: Transparency, Robustness & Sustainability, Moscow Skoltech, Online.
    14. (24 June 2020) Main organiser ‘Digital Symptoms’ CSSAH Online event.
    15. (22 May 2020) Plenary speaker at the ‘Post-apocalyptic Life Era’ International Conference PALE-2020. Online.
    16. (13 March 2020) Plenary Speaker. ‘The Twin Peaks of the UCU Dispute: Existential Surrealism on the Pension Picket Line’. Séminaire Exceptionnel : ‘Lutter contre les Réformes néolibérales de l’université’. Universités Toulouse 2&3, France
    17. (4 February 2020) Co-Organiser of Research seminar by Yannis Stavrakakis 'Populist Strategy and its Limits', School of Media, Communication and Sociology, University of Leicester.
    18. (22 January 2020) Organiser of Book Launch Cultural Crowdfunding with Vincent Rouze and Jacob Matthews, School of Media, Communication and Sociology, University of Leicester.
    19. (10-11 October 2019) Invited plenary speaker at the Commonwealth Centre for Connected Learning Conference ‘Understanding the Post-truth Society: From Fake News, Datafication & Mass Surveillance to the Death of Trust’, Valetta, Malta. Online link:
    20. (26-30 August 2019) Participant at ‘Fail Better!’ (Žižek , Zupančič, Dolar) at the Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Online link:
    21. (25 August 2019) Academic Instructor at the ‘Data and Power’3rd Pelion Summer Lab for Cultural Theory and Experimental Humanities (PSL), Department of History, Archaeology and Social Anthropology and the Laboratory of Social Anthropology of the University of Thessaly in Volos, Greece.
    22. (9-12 July 2019) Academic Instructor at the 2019 Graduate Research Writing and Publishing Workshop in Prato at the Monash University Prato Centre, Italy.
    23. (7 July 2019) Keynote Speaker ‘The Price of Speaking out for Civil Society and Investigative Journalism’ at the Conference ‘Reclaiming the “Socia”' in Digital Society’, University of Salford.
    24. (12 May 2019) Invited Speaker ‘Leaktivism and its Discontents: A decade of Disrupting or Enhancing Democracy?’ at the Berlin Workshop: Secrecy and Unsecrecy, Researching the media and intelligence agencies in the Twitter Age’, University of Warwick, the Berlin Spy Museum Berlin, Germany
    25. (5 May 2019) Panel Organiser and speaker of the panel ‘Digital Materialism: State, Capital, and Resistance in the Algorithmic Age’. Paper presentation titled: ‘Digital Labour Meets False Consciousness: When Digital Activists Turn Trolls’ at Historical Materialism Athens 2019, Greece.
    26. (19 September 2019) Invited participant, 'Global Disinformation Workshop', City University, organised by Jonathan Ong and Mel Bunce.
    27. (9 December 2018) 'Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Human Rights' Leicester Secular Society Annual Human Rights lecture, Secular Hall, Leicester, UK.
    28. (29 September 2018) ‘Leaktivism: Enhancing or disrupting "Democracy?’ at the  #AMIRetreat2018 Media, Polis, Agora: Journalism & Communication in the Digital Era, Thessaloniki, Advanced Media Institute, Greece.
    29. (18 July 2018) ‘Platform Activists: Competing or Reiterating Dominant Social Cultural Forms and Material Relations of Production?’, Session 648 Neoliberalism, Alienation, Alternative Facts and Fake News at the ‘Power, Violence and Justice’, XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology Toronto, Canada.
    30. (26-27 June 2018) Main Conference Organiser ‘Megacities and Development: Megamachines of Hope and Alienation’, HEFCE GCRF, and conference presentation: ‘Religion is a Red Herring: 25 Terrorist Attacks on Twitter’ with Ioanna Ferra (University of Leeds), All Saints, Cairo, Egypt.
    31. (4 June 2018) Invited Speaker ‘Platform owner versus Algorithm: Distortions of Communicative Capital as Possibilities for Activism’, Workshop ‘Maths for social activism’, Ångströmlaboratoriet - Uppsala Universitet, Sweden.
    32. (28-31 May 2018) Invited participant ‘Data Sharing for Law Enforcement’, Lorentz Center, University of Leiden, Holland.
    33. (23 May 2018) Plenary Speaker ‘Leakvism and its Discontents:  #FacebookDataLeaks, #DCLeaks, #DNCLeaks, #CIALeaks’, seminar in collaboration with Gabriella Coleman, Wolfe Chair in Scientific and Technological Literacy, McGill University, at pré-conference “Collab”, Université de Lorraine, Metz, France.
    34. (23 March 2018-3 July 2018) Co-organiser of “Platform swindles, Platform struggles -  Arnaques et luttes sur les plateformes web”, five mini-conferences in Paris and Metz, France.
    35. (11 May 2018) Keynote Speaker at the DigitalCapitalism2018: The Digital Economy: Ubercapitalism or Post-Capitalism? King's College London, London, UK.
    36. (12 February 2018) Invited speaker ‘Platforms and Ideological Production: False Consciousness and Structural Effectivity in the Sharing Economy’, Dublin City University, Ireland.
    37. (24 November 2017) Invited Speaker, ‘Platform Activists: Reiterating or Competing Relations of Production?’, Paris Diderot University, France.
    38. (13 November 2017) Main Conference Organiser ‘Connecting to the Masses: 100 Years from the Russian Revolution’, Institute of International Social History and University of Amsterdam, Holland.
    39. (3 October 2017) Invited Speaker, 'Alternative Economic Models and Digital Labour Resistance', MedShare, Mediterranean Network for Sharing and the Collaborative Economy, Valencia, Spain.
    40. (28 August 2017) Invited Speaker by the Sri Lankan Army, 'Cyber Intelligence and Strategic Responses to Violent Extremism', Colombo Defense Seminar, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
    41. (3 July 2017) Keynote Speaker at the ‘Post-Graduate Conference Digital Communities: interdisciplinary perspective’, talk title: ‘The Problem of Trading Discursive for Affective Power in Digital Political Communities’, Cardiff University, Wales, UK.
    42. (16 June 2017) Invited Speaker at the Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust Summer Seminar, The View Hotel Eastbourne, UK.
    43. (28 April 2017) Plenary Speaker ‘Public Spheres of Resonance: Constellations of Affect and Language’, 2nd International Conference SFB 1171 Affective Societies – Dynamics of Social Coexistence in Mobile Worlds at Freie Universität Berlin Germany. Title of talk: ‘Trading Discursive for Affective Power at the Digital Square’.
    44. (5 April 2017) ‘The Digital vs. Analogue False Binary: Cyberconflict Durations in Activist Rhetoric’ Invited panel speaker with Michael Schandorf (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) for the Panel: ‘Rethinking the Digital and the Analogue: Epistemologies of the Anthropocene’ at the American Geographers Association Annual meeting, Boston, United States.
    45. (29 March 2017) Invited speaker at ‘Fake News and Algorithmic Curation on Social Media’ at the RightsCon Conference, Brussels, Belgium, sponsored by Online at:
    46. (13 March 2017) Main Conference Organiser for the Jungle Factory Symposium, funded by the College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities and held at the Attenborough Arts Centre, University of Leicester, UK.
    47. (26 January 2017) Invited speaker at Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) 2017: “The Age of the Intelligent Machines” at the Panel of the CANVAS Consortium; represented by Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Serge Gutwirth). CANVAS (Constructing an Alliance for Value-driven Cybersecurity), a Horizon 2020 Coordination and Support Action funded by the European Commission and the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation. Brussels, Belgium. Online video of this talk can be found here:
    48. (12 January 2017) Inaugural Lecture for the opening of the Civic Media Activism Lab as Visiting Professor at the University of Paris, France.
    49. (10-13 January 2017) Invited Speaker Guest Lectures (6) at the University of Paris VIII Vincennes in Saint-Denis, France.
    50. (6 December 2016) Main Conference Organiser of the ‘International Colloquium Political Economy of Platformisation’, funded by University of Hull and the University of Leicester, UK
    51. (26 October 2016) Invited Speaker ‘A Comparative Cyberconflict Analysis of Digital Activism in Belarus, Estonia, Ukraine and Russia’, co-authored with Galina Miazhevich & Anastasia Denisova at ‘Materiality, Publicness and Digital Media’ Conference, University of Amsterdam, Holland.
    52. (21 October 2016) Invited Speaker at the final ERSC conference ‘Ethics and Rights in Cybersecurity’ WISE, University of Hull, UK.
    53. (13 October 2016) Keynote Speaker at the ‘Freedom and Control of Expression in the Digital Aftermath of the 2015 Paris Attacks’, IAST, Toulouse, France.
    54. (16 September 2016) Invited speaker. ‘Blockchain Activism: A Unicorn or a Reality?’ CRS in the Age of Digitization, 7th International Conference on Corporate Sustainability and Responsibility, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany.
    55. (2 September 2016) ‘In the name of the collaborative economy: Digital intermediation platforms as a new material and ideological vanguard for capitalist expansion?’ with Jacob Matthews (Paris 8) and David Pucheau (Université Bordeaux 3) at the panel Infrastructures of Evil: Participation, Collaboration, Maintenance at the EASST Conference, Barcelona, Spain.
    56. (26 July 2016) Main Organiser IAMCR Preconference Surveillance and Security in the Age of Algorithmic Communication at the University of Leicester, UK. CFP:
    57. (28 June 2016) Invited Speaker, International Society for Third Sector Research conference. Stockholm, Sweden.
    58. (20 June 2016) Plenary Speaker on the Workshop ‘Sharing economy/digital alternative cultural economies’ at the Open University of Catalonia (UOC), Spain.
    59. (20 May 2016) Invited and funded participant United Nations, ID2020 summit, ( New York, United States.
    60. (22 April 2016) Invited speaker on crowdfunding for political purposes at a workshop on crowdfunding for political purposes, Paris 8, France.
    61. (20 April 2016) Invited speaker on Firebrand Waves book as Visiting Professor at the American University of Paris (AUP), France.
    62. (3-4 November 2015) Plenary Speaker. 'Willy-nilly Human: Technosocial Agency and Orders of Dissent in Network Activism', Paris, Maison Suger, II Congresso Internacional de Net-Ativismo é organizado pelo Centro de Pesquisa Atopos , vinculado à Escola de Comunicações e Artes da Universidade de São Paulo (ECA-USP). Paris, France
    63. (21 October 2015) Invited Speaker Talk on Digital Activism for union leaders and journalists, Lisbon, IPPS-IUL e o ISCTE-IUL Conferência Internacional - A sul do Euro: Novos Contextos Sociais e Económico. Lisbon, Portugal.
    64. (25-28 August 2015) Plenary Speaker for Joint Lunchtime Hour seminar for The Critical Political Economy Research Network (CPERN) and the Communication Research Network at the 12th Biannual European Sociological Association, Prague, Czech Republic.
    65. (15 July 2015) Invited Featured Speaker, The Global Centre for Advanced Studies (GCAS) Greece, Spain and the Reinvigoration of the Left, Athens, Greece.
    66. (18-19 June 2015) Invited Speaker, ‘Ethics and Rights in Cyber security: New sociopolitical formations and their influence’, in Surveillance and Citizenship State-Media-Citizen Relations After the Snowden Leaks, Cardiff University, Wales, UK.
    67. (5 June 2015) Plenary Speaker, ‘Datafication as Resistance? Don’t Throw the Data-Baby Out with the Bathwater!’ in Critical Approaches to Big Data, South Bank University, UK.
    68. (13 May 2015) Invited speaker Staff Research Seminar Series 'Firebrand Waves of Digital Activism, 19994-2014', University of Brighton, UK.
    69. (23-26 April 2015) Invited Panel Chair, Organiser and Speaker, ‘Deleuze Digitale’ for the 'Deleuze and Guattari Refrains of Freedom’ conference, Panteion, Athens, Greece.
    70. (22-23 January 2015) Invited Speaker 'The European Union: a Cybersecurity Actor? (Trans)national agencies, discourses and practices' French Ministry of Defence Research Institute (IRSEM) and the Manchester Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence (MJMCE), UK.
    71. (13-15 November 2014) Panel Organiser 'Material Matters in Times of Crisis Capitalism' Institute of Sociology, Justus-Liebig University, Giessen, Germany.
    72. (23-26 October 2014) Invited Speaker 'Totalitarianism, Democracy and Liberty Conference', Liberty Fund, organised by Noel K. O'Sullivan and Dorota I. Pietrzyk-Reeves, Hotel Pod Roza, Krakow, Poland.
    73. (26-27 June 2014) Invited Speaker ‘Archos, Anarchy, and the Digital: Emerging Political Formations and the Struggle against State and Tech Elites’, The ‘Virtues of Anarchy’ Reconsidered, Workshop hosted by the Centre for Advanced International Studies, University of Exeter, UK.
    74. (8-10 July 2013) Invited Speaker ‘Schizorevolutions vs. Microfascisms: A Deleuzo-Nietzschean Perspective on State, Security, and Active/Reactive Networks’, panel Deleuze and Security at Deleuze Studies 2013 Conference, Lisbon, Portugal.
    75. (24 April 2013) Invited Speaker ‘Cyberkonflikten-arabiska-varen’ at the International Science Festival in Gothenburg, Sweden (Vetenskapsfestivalen), panel on "Technology, Surveillance and Revolution". The talk was televised see video link here:
    76. (15-18 April 2013) Visiting Professor for the International Conference ‘Comunicação eControle’ at the University of São Paulo talk ‘Networks without Effects’ Plenary talk and participation on panel  ‘Power Games: Control and Public Opinion’, São Paulo, Brazil.
    77. (11-12 April 2013) Conference chair and invited speaker MIG@NET results at Intersectional Conflict and Dialogue in Transnational Migrant and Digital Diaspora Networks, held at the Wilberforce Institute of Slavery and Emancipation WISE, Hull, UK. Site:
    78. (24 May 2013) Plenary Speaker for the Workshop: ‘New Media and the Internet: Digital Democracy or Complex Chaos?’, Brunel University.
    79. (10-12 March 2013) Invited speaker NATO - High-level meeting of senior academics and think-tankers at NATO headquarters in Brussels. The event included briefings from the Deputy Secretary General and other senior NATO staff on matters such as smart defence, public diplomacy, and emerging security challenges focusing on the Mediterranean region, Brussels.
    80. (24-26 January 2013) Invited Speaker ‘A Comparative Application of Cyberconflict theory on the MIGNET Interacutural Conflict Research in Cyprus, Greece, and the United Kingdom’, International Conference MIG@NET ‘Transnational Digital Networks, Migration and Gender’, EU FP7 Project Panteion University, Athens, Greece.
    81. (23 November 2012) Organiser and Speaker at the European Public Policy Meeting, Nicosia with Don Flynn, Director of the Migrant Rights Network in London, event held in Nicosia, Cyprus.
    82. (3 July 2012) Invited Panel Speaker: ‘Digital Prometheus: WikiLeaks, the State-Network Dichotomy and the Antinomies of Academic Reason’ Crossroads (Paris, Sorbonne/UNESCO), France.
    83. (28-30 June 2012) Panel Chair and Invited Speaker: ‘Intercultural Conflict and Dialogue in Digital Migrant Networks’ MIGNET Panel at Digital Crossroads Conference at Utrecht University, Holland.
    84. (October 2011-2012) Visiting Professor Department of Communications, University of Illinois at Chicago. Various invited speaker talks and research seminars. United States.
    85. (4 June 2010): Plenary Speaker ‘Para-social interactions and semi-fictional subjects in ultra-violent virtual environments’ at ‘Affective fabrics of digital cultures: feelings, technologies, politics’, Research Institute for Cosmopolitan Cultures, University of Manchester, UK.
    86. (27 March 2010): Invited Speaker: ‘Wikipedia's Impact on the Global Power-Knowledge Hierarchies’, invited by Geert Lovink to present as a plenary speaker ‘Wikipedia CPOV: Critical Point of View', Institute for Network Cultures, Amsterdam, Holland.
    87. (8 September 2009): ‘Reactive Networks in Iraq and Afghanistan’, CRS Conflict and Complexity II, Kent University, UK.
    88. (3 April 2009): ‘The Body and Technology in the War Machine’, Touching War Conference, Lancaster University, UK
    89. (19 March 2010)  Main Organiser: Virt3c, ‘Developing the Virtual Society: Conflict in Adoption of Collaborative Networks’, University of Hull, UK
    90. (8 September 2009): ‘Reactive Networks in Iraq and Afghanistan’, CRS Conflict and Complexity II, Kent University, UK.
    91. (29 April 2009): Invited Speaker: ‘What’s the Next War and Who Will Cover It?’ Staff Research Seminar, Department of Media and Communication, University of Leicester, UK.
    92. (3 April 2009): Plenary Speaker: ‘The Body and Technology in the War Machine’, Touching War Conference, Lancaster University, UK.
    93. (29 March 2009): Invited Speaker ‘Confronting the difficulties of learning from the open source for contemporary social movements’, 4th Oekonux Conference, Manchester University, UK. Link:
    94. (5 February 2009): Plenary Speaker Ministry of Foreign Affairs Greece ‘Small Countries, Big Opportunities: Challenges and Solutions for Greece in Cyberspace’, to Images of Nations: Strategic Communication, Soft Power and the Media, Athens, Greek Politics Specialist Group, LSE, Athens, Greece.
    95. (8 June 2008): The Real, the Virtual and the Imaginary State? Nation, Conflict and Representation and the Global Media Transformation Global Studies Association conference 'The Nation in the Global Era: Nationalism and Globalization in Conflict and Transition'. UK. Link:
    96. (18 April 2008): ‘Cyberconflict: A Reappraisal’ for Politics: Web 2.0: An International Conference, New Political Communication Unit, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK. Link:
    97. (20 March 2008): 'Media representations of small states, cross-border interests and local violence in an era of fast virtual communications', 1st Annual Durham International Affairs Conference: ‘The Politics of Virtual States’ DIAC School of Government and International Affairs, Durham University, UK.
    98. (16 November 2007): ‘Cryptohierarchies: Soft Control, and Group Polarization in networked communities’, P2P Networking, Nottingham Trent University, UK.
    99. (9 November 2007): ‘The Rise of ICTs and the War on Terror: Self-help Ethics?’ ESRC seminar Media, Ethics and the War on Terror, University of Leicester, UK.
    100. (7 November 2007): ‘Cross-disciplinarity and the Political’, Exploring Avenues to Cross-Disciplinary Research, University of Nottingham, UK.
    101. (4 September 2007): ‘Exorcising uncertainty: The Cyberconflicts of Estonia and Lebanon’ Conflict Research Society Conference Future Conflict, London, UK.
    102. (4-5 April 2007): ‘How small are small states? Media representations of small states, cross-border interests and local violence in an era of fast virtual communications' at the British International Studies Association (BISA) conference ‘Capacity Building in Small States’ at the University of Birmingham, UK.
    103. (16 November 2005): ‘Ethnoreligious and Sociopolitical Cyberconflicts During the Iraq War’, Guest Speaker, Staff Research Seminar at the Department of Policy Studies, Lincoln University.
    104. (21 April 2004): ‘The Internet and the Iraq 2003 conflict’, Visiting Lecture at the Centre for Public Communication Research, University of Bournemouth.
    105. (27 November 2003): ‘The Politics of the Israeli-Palestinian Cyberconflict’, Inter-disciplinary Panel on the Arab-Israeli conflict, University of Nottingham, UK.
    106. (28 & 29 November 2002) 'The Politics of Cyberconflict', 3rd Australian Information Warfare & Security Conference 2002, Edith Cowan University. School of Computer and Information Science, Perth, Western Australia.

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