“Queerying Homophily,” Zeitschrift für Medienwissenschaft 18:1 (2018): 131-148.

“Big Data as Drama,” ELH 83:2 (Summer 2016): 363-382.

“On Hypo-Real Models, or Global Climate Change: A Challenge for the Humanities,” Critical Inquiry 41 (Spring 2015): 675-703.

“Networks NOW: Belatedly Too Early,” Amerikastudien / American Studies 60.2 (2015), special issue of Network Theory and American Culture.

Wendy Hui Kyong Chun and Sarah Friedland, “Habits of Leaking: Of Sluts and Network Cards,” differences 26:2 (2015): 1-28.

“Marshall McLuhan: The First Cyberpunk Author?” Journal for Visual Culture 13:36-8 (April 2014), special issue entitled Marshall McLuhan’s Understanding Media at 50.

Wendy Hui Kyong Chun and Lisa Marie Rhody, “Working the Digital Humanities: Uncovering Shadows Between the Dark and the Light,” differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies 25:1 (2014): 1-25, special issue entitled “In the Shadows of the Digital Humanities.”

Tara Mcpherson, Patrick Jagoda, Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, “Preface: New Media and American Literature,” American Literature 85:4 (2013): 615-628, special issue entitled “New Media and American Literature.”

“Crisis, Crisis, Crisis, or Sovereignty and Networks” Theory Culture & Society 28 (2011): 3-23, special issue entitled Codes and Codings in Crisis: Signification, Performativity and Excess.

“Race and/as Technology, or How to do Things with Race.” special issue of Camera Obscura on Race as Technology 24 (2009): 7-35.

“On Sourcery and Daemons, or Code as Fetish.” Configurations: the Journal of the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts 16 (2008):299-324.

“The Enduring Ephemeral, or the Future is a Memory.” Critical Inquiry 35:1 (2008):148-171.

“Programmed Visions,” Vectors: Journal of Culture and Technology in a Dynamic Vernacular 3:1 (2007).

“On Software, or the Persistence of Visual Knowledge.” grey room 18 (winter 2005): 26-51.

“Scenes of Empowerment: Virtual Racial Diversity and Digital Divides” New Formations special issue on “Race and/or Nation” 45, (winter 2001): 169-188.

“Unbearable Witness: Towards a Politics of Listening.” differences: a journal of feminist cultural studies 11.1 (Spring 1999): 112-149.

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