Publications

Most of the links below lead to an institutional repository entry, often with a manuscript version that is (or will be) otherwise available in ‘official’ form through the publication in question. Please refer to the latter source if you intend to cite the publication.

Books

Markham, T. and Rodgers, S. (eds) (forthcoming) Conditions of mediation: Phenomenological perspectives on media. New York: Peter Lang

Journal Articles

Rodgers, S. (forthcoming) ‘Digitizing localism: Anticipating, assembling and animating a ‘space’ for UK hyperlocal media production’ International Journal of Cultural Studies

Morgan Parmett, H. and Rodgers, S. (forthcoming) ‘Re-locating media production’ International Journal of Cultural Studies

Rodgers, S. (2015) ‘Foreign objects? Web content management systems, journalistic cultures and the ontology of softwareJournalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism. 16(1): 10-26.

Rodgers, S., Barnett, C. and Cochrane, A. (2014) ‘Media practices and urban politics: Conceptualizing the powers of the media-urban nexusEnvironment and Planning D: Society and Space. 32(6): 1054-1070. Listen to a podcast on the paper.

Rodgers, S., C. Barnett and A. Cochrane (2014). ‘Where is urban politics?International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 38(5): 1551-1560.

Rodgers, S. (2014) ‘The architectures of media power: Editing, the newsroom and urban public spaceSpace and Culture, 17(1), pp. 69-84

Rodgers, S. (2013) ‘Circulating cities of difference: Assembling geographical imaginations of Toronto’s diversity in the newsroomJOMEC Journal, 1 (3)

Rodgers, S. (2013) ‘The journalistic field and the city: Some practical and organizational tales about the Toronto Star‘s New Deal for CitiesCity and Community, 12 (1), pp. 56-77

Rodgers, S., C. Barnett and A. Cochrane (2009) ‘Mediating urban politicsInternational Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 33(1): 246-249.

Book Chapters

Morgan Parmett, H. and Rodgers, S. (2017 forthcoming) ‘Space, place and circulation: Three conceptual lenses into the spatialities of media production practices.’ In: Geomedia studies: Spaces and mobilities in mediatised worlds. K. Fast, A. Jansson, J. Lindell, L. Ryan Bengtsson & M. Tesfahuney (eds.). London: Routledge.

Markham, T. and Rodgers, S. (2017 forthcoming) ‘Theorizing media phenomenologically.’ In: Conditions of mediation: Phenomenological perspectives on media. Markham, Tim and Rodgers, S. (eds.)  London: Peter Lang.

Rodgers, S. (2010) ‘Digitizing and visualizing: Old media, new media and the pursuit of emerging urban publics’ In Rethinking the public: innovations in research, theory and politics. N. Mahony, J. Newman and C. Barnett (eds). Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 43-59.

Rodgers, S. (2009) ‘Urban growth machine’ In The international encyclopedia of human geography. R. Kitchin and N. Thrift (eds). Oxford: Elsevier, Volume 12: 40-45.

Edited Journal Issues

Morgan Parmett, H. and Rodgers, S. (forthcoming) ‘Re-locating media production’ International Journal of Cultural Studies

Rodgers, S. (ed) (2016). ‘The urban as emergent key concept for media theoryMediapolis: A Journal of Cities and Culture. 5.

Rodgers, S., C. Barnett and A. Cochrane (eds) (2014). Symposium issue on ‘Where is urban politics?International Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 38(5).

Rodgers, S., C. Barnett and A. Cochrane (eds) (2009). Debate on ‘Re-engaging the intersections of media, politics and citiesInternational Journal of Urban and Regional Research. 33(1).

Small-Gauge Scholarship (Selected)

Book Reviews

Review of: Blum, A. (2003) The imaginative structure of the city. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press. In: International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 30(1): 240-241

Review of Christophers, B. (2009) Envisioning media power: on capital and geographies of television. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. In Environment and Planning A 42(10): 2547-2548

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