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PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

- Crosby, A. and F. Thajib (2010) ‘Negotiating Licenses for Indonesian Video Activism’, PLATFORM: Journal of Media and Communication, Yes, We’re Open! Why Open Source, Open Content and Open Access. A Creative Commons Special Edition (December): 94-105.

ARTICLES, BOOK SECTIONS, STORIES, REPORTS

-‘Technology and protest in Indonesia’, Internet rights and democratisation,
Global Information Society Watch Report
, 2011.
-'Membangun Jaringan Kebudayan Global/ Growing Global Cultural Networks', in Taring Padi: Seni Membongkar Tirani/ Art Smashing Tyranny, Lumbung Press, Yogyakarta, 2012. pp 317-331.
- Crosby, Thajib, Juliastuti, Lowenthal:'A Chronicle of Video Activism and Online Distribution in Post-New Order Indonesia' in Geert Lovink and Rachel Somers Miles (ed.), Video Vortex Reader II: moving images beyond YouTube, Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2011.
- 'Too precious to mine: Central Java farmers refuse to get stuck in cement'
, Inside Indonesia, Volume 98: Oct-Dec, 2009
- 'Boy' in Hair by Suzanne Boccalatte and Meredith Jones (ed.) published by Boccalatte, Sydney, 2009.
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'Devils and Maidens, Austria's Krampus Parades', Travelninemsn, 23.1.09.
- 'ruangrupa: mapping a collective biography' in gang re:Publik indonesia-australia creative adventures, by Alexandra Crosby, Rebecca Conroy, Suzan Piper, Jan Cornall (ed.) published by Gang Inc., Sydney, 2008.
- 'Djuwadi: Folding the relational into art', TAASA Review, Volume 17 no.1 March, published by The Asian Art Society of Australia, Sydney, 2008.
- 'Festival Mata Air, A community takes a fresh look at water', Inside Indonesia, Volume 90: Oct-Dec 2007.
- 'Alleyway Revelry', Inside Indonesia, Volume 87: Jul-Sep 2006.
- 'New Networks: anakseribupulau', The Networks of Excellence Newspaper published by Fibreculture and RealTime, Sydney, 2003.
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'Do-It-Yourself Freedom', Inside Indonesia,Volume 29, Jan-Feb, 2002.
- 'Java Jesus', Voiceworks, Volume 49, Express Media, Melbourne, 2002.
- 'Pos Kamling', How Comics Can Change the World, Amber Carven (ed.), Noise Inc., Sydney, 2001.

REVIEWS

- Barney, Richard A., ed., David Lynch: Interviews, Film, Cinema, Screen
MIA 136, August 2010.
- Joseph Nevins and Nancy Lee Peluso, eds., Taking Southeast Asia to Market: Commodities, Nature, and People in the Neoliberal Age, Itinerario, Volume 34, Special Issue , pp 135-137 publishe by Cambridge University Press, March 2010.
- 'The art of imitation: Ming Wong at the Venice biennale', TAASA Review, Volume 18 no.4 December, published by The Asian Art Society of Australia, Sydney, 2009.
- 'human nature in the clouds: ars electronica 2009, linz, austria', RealTime issue no.93 Oct-Nov 2009, Open City, NSW.
- 'more than a walk in the park: back to back theatre’s tour guide', RealTime issue no.93 Oct-Nov 2009, Open City, NSW.
- 'the future now, minus nations: Venice Biennale 2009', RealTime issue no.92 Aug-Sept 2009, Open City, NSW.
- 'exhibiting the future: Ars Electronica Center'
, RealTime issue no.91 June-July 2009, Open City, NSW.

PEER-REVIEWED CONFERENCE PAPERS

- 'Linking many names: Omi Intan Naomi's online writing in 1990s Indonesia'. Narrating morality and sexuality: Continuity and change in Southeast Asian literatures, Hamburg, 2009.
- 'Belanak and ruangrupa: A comparative study of contemporary Indonesian visual arts practices'. The New York Conference on Asian Studies (NYCAS), Hamilton, 2008.
- 'Collaborative cultural practices of activist networks in contemporary Indonesia'. Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA), Melbourne, 2008.
- 'Towards a festival of nongkrong: Questioning models of cultural exchange'. Artepolis Conference, creative communities and the making of place, ITB, Bandung, 2008.

Venice Biennale (2009),Festival Mata Air (2007)