Enda Brophy

Brophy, Enda (forthcoming) "The Internet’s Factory Floor: Political Economy for an Era of Communicative Abundance" International Journal of Communication.

Brophy, Enda, and Mosco, Vincent (2016) “Profit and Power: British Marxists on the Political Economy of the Media,” in British Marxism and Cultural Studies: Essays on a Living Tradition, edited by David Berry and Philip Bounds. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate.

de Peuter, Greig, Nicole S. Cohen, and Enda Brophy, eds. (2015) Special issue: “Interrogating Internships: Unpaid Work, Creative Industries, and Higher Education.” tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique 13(2): 329-602.

de Peuter, Greig, Nicole Cohen, and Enda Brophy (2015) "Introduction" tripleC 13(2): 329-335.

Brophy, Enda, Nicole Cohen and Greig de Peuter (2015) "Labor Messaging: Autonomous Communication in Creative Industries," The Routledge Companion to Labor and Media, edited by Richard Maxwell. London: Routledge: 315-326.

Brophy, Enda (2015) “Revisiting the Digital Assembly Line: New Perspectives on Call Centre Work,” Labour/Le Travail: 211-230.

Brophy, Enda (2015) "Materializing Immaterial Labour," Due to Injuries, edited by Jamie Hilder and Brady Cranfield. Vancouver: 221A and Publication Studio: 53-63.

Brophy, Enda (2015) "Materializing Immaterial Labour," Due to Injuries, edited by Jamie Hilder and Brady Cranfield. Vancouver: 221A and Publication Studio: 53-63.

Brophy, Enda, and de Peuter, Greig (2014) "Labours of Mobility: Communicative Capitalism and the Smartphone Cybertariat," Materialities and Imaginaries of the Mobile Internet, edited by T. Swiss, J. Hadlaw, and A Herman. New York: Routledge: 60-84.

Brophy, Enda. 2014. Review of Lüthje, Boy, Stefanie Hürtgen, Peter Pawliki and Martina Sproll (2013)From Silicon Valley to Shenzen: Global Production and Work in the IT Industry, Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation: 104-106.

de Peuter, Greig, Enda Brophy and Nicole Cohen (2014) “Locating Labour in Mobile Media Studies” in The Routledge Companion to Mobile Media, edited by Gerard Goggin and Larissa Hjorth: 439-449.

Brophy, Enda (2013). “Labouring to Learn: Lineaments of the Creative-Academic Complex in Vancouver,” Line (formerly WestCoastLine) “About Academia” special issue, edited by Sabine Bitter and Antoni Muntadas: 106-111.

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

Brophy, Enda, and Tucker-Abramson, Myka (2012) “Struggling Universities: Simon Fraser University and the Crisis of Canadian Public Education” Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies (special issue “Out of the Ruins: The University to Come”) 28, Fall: 21-40.

Cohen, Nicole, de Peuter, Greig, and Brophy, Enda (2012) “Interns, Unite! You Have Nothing to Lose–Literally.” Briarpatch, November/December, Volume 41 No. 6: 9-12. (Winner of the 2012 Canadian Association of Journalists award for outstanding investigative journalism in Canada, Labour Reporting category).

Brophy, E. (2012) “Québec 2012: Lampi del Comune,” UniNomade 2.0. November 30th.

Brophy, E. (2012) “The Combustible Campus,” Briarpatch. September/October, Volume 41 No. 5: 40.

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

Brophy, E., and Tucker-Abramson, M. (2011) “From Utopian Institution to Global University: Simon Fraser University and Crisis of Canadian Public Education,” edu-factory web-journal 1: 6-21.

 Brophy, E. (2011) “Cognitive Capitalism and the University,” in Roggero, G. The Production of Living Knowledge: Crisis of the University and Transformation of Labor in Europe and North America. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Brophy, E. (2011) “The Subterranean Stream: Communicative Capitalism and Call Centre Labour.” Ephemera: Theory and Politics in Organization, 10(4): 470-483.

Brophy, E. (2009) “Resisting Call Centre Work: The Aliant Strike and Convergent Unionism in Canada.” Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation, 3(1): 80-99.

Brophy, E. & de Peuter, G. (2007) “Immaterial Labor, Precarity, and Recomposition.” In C. McKercher & V. Mosco, eds., Knowledge Workers in the Information Society, pp. 177-191. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.