Viseu, A.  (2015, Sept.  16).  Integration of social science into research is crucial, Nature, 525: 291.  Online at: <http://www.nature.com/news/integration-of-social-science-into-research-is-crucial-1.18355>.  doi:10.1038/525291a.

Viseu, A.  (2015, October).  Caring for Nanotechnology?  Being an integrated social scientist, In Viseu, A., Myers, N.  & Martin, A.  (Eds), 'The Politics of Care in Technoscience' special volume, Social Studies of Science, 45(5): 642-664. doi:10.1177/0306312715598666

Martin, A., Myers, N.  & Viseu, A.  (2015).  The politics of care in technoscience, In Viseu, A., Myers, N.  & Martin, A.  (Eds), 'The Politics of Care in Technoscience' special volume, Social Studies of Science, 45(5): 625-641.  doi:10.1177/0306312715602073

Viseu, A. (2013).  Wearable computers and the informed informational body. In D. Bulatov  (Ed.), Evolution Haute Couture: Art and Science in the Post-Biological Age, Vol. 2: Theory. (pp. 122-135). National Center for Contemporary Art: Kaliningrad, Russia

Viseu, A. & Maguire, H. (2012). Integrating and Enacting ‘Social and Ethical Issues’ in Nanotechnology Practices, Nanoethics,  6 (3): 195-209.

Viseu, A. & Suchman, L. (2010).  Wearable Augmentations. In J. Edwards, P. Harvey & P. Wade, (Eds.), Technologized Images, Technologized Bodies  (pp. 161-184). Oxford, New York: Berghahn Books.

Doubleday, R. & Viseu, A.  (2009) Questioning Interdisciplinarity:  What roles for laboratory based social science? In K. Kjolberg & F. Wickson (Eds.) Nano Meets Macro: Social Perspectives on Nano Sciences and Technologies (pp. 55-84). New Jersey: Pan Stanford Publishing. 

Viseu, A.  (2008).  Disciplining Nano. Invited Paper. Spontaneous Generations: A Journal for the History and Philosophy of Science¸ 2 (1), 122-131.

Viseu, A. Clement, A., Aspinall, J. & Kennedy, T. (0ctober 2006). The Interplay of Public and Private Spaces in Internet Access. Information, Communication and Society, 9 (5), 633-656.

Viseu, A., Clement, A. & Aspinall, J. (2004). Situating Privacy Online: Complex Perceptions and Everyday Practices. Information, Communication and Society, 7 (1), 92-114. [See also the journal editors' commentary on this article.]

Viseu, A. (2003). Simulation and Augmentation: Issues of Wearable Computers. Journal of Ethics and Information Technology, 5 (1), 17-26.

Viseu, A. (2003). Social Dimensions of Wearable Computers: An Overview. Technoetic Arts, 1 (1), 77-82.

Viseu, A. (2003). Shaping technology/Building body(nets). In J. Bagchi, M. Narula, R. Sundaram, R. S. Vasudevan, S. Sengupta, G. Lovink & M. Stikker (Eds.), Sarai Reader 03: Shaping Technologies (pp. 128-133). Delhi and Amsterdam: Sarai-Centre for the Study of Developing Societies and Waag Society for Old and New Media.

Viseu, A.  (2004).  How social is the social?  Rethinking the role of artifacts in cognitive scienceIn Saul, R. & Petresin, N. (Eds.), AREA Kolaborativa: berilo 02 = Reader 02, pp. 7-8. Ljubljana: Galerija Skuc.

Back in the day when I actually had time I wrote a few pieces for popular media and email lists on stuff that interests me such as robotics, privacy, body-machine interaction, alternative uses of technology, artificial intelligence and the like. These are still sometimes cited by others so I list them here.

Unpublished Academic Papers

Viseu, A.  (1999). A multidisciplinary approach to the mutual shaping process in electronic identities, or "We shape the tools and thereafter they shape us". (This paper was written for a doctoral course).

Viseu, A.  (2002).  Sociotechnical Worlds: The visions and realities of bodynets.  (This is an excerpt from my doctoral dissertation proposal). 

Popular Media/Short Essays

Viseu, A. (Sept. 2002). DECONtamination CONtagium. Mindjack

Viseu, A. (April 22, 2002). Building Emotional Machines. Mindjack

Viseu, A. (January 2002). Privacy and Freedom of Choice. Noema.lab

Are we more or less connected? Sept. 2001.

Interview with Jutta Treviranus on The Future of Haptic Technology. Sept. 2000.

The places and spaces of cyberspace. A response to an article by J. Koppell published in the August 2000 issue of the Atlantic Monthly. Posted to Nettime-l on Sept. 2000. 

Its not me! Its my genes! Or is it my memes? Posted to Nettime-l. May 7, 2000. 

Reportof the 'Computers, Freedom and Privacy' Conference. Held in Toronto, April 4-7, 2000.

Teaching with technology, through technology, or about technology? Posted to Nettime-l. 2000.

On electronic identity and personal identity. Posted to Nettime-l. Feb. 1, 2000

Road Stories for a Flesh Eating Future. Account of a performance by Arthur and Marilouise Kroker. Posted to Nettime-l. Sept. 14, 1999. 

Book Reviews

Viseu, A.  (2004). Everyday Engineering. Science and Public Policy, 31 (3): 247. Review of 'Engineering: An Ethnography of Design and Innovation” by Dominique Vinck (Ed.) (2003).

Viseu, A. (Winter 2001). Code and other laws of cyberspace. Canadian Journal of Communication, (Winter 2001), 26 (1), 169-171 .
Review of Code and other laws of cyberspace by Lawrence Lessig (1999).

Viseu, A. (June 2001). Raiding high tech's libertarian culture. Computers & Society.  Special Edition on CyberEthics, 31 (2), 40-41
Review of Cyberselfish: A critical romp through the terribly libertarian culture of high-tech by Paulina Borsook (2000).

Viseu, A. (May 2001). The Diagnosis: Diagnosing a Social Reality, Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies.
Review of The Diagnosis (2000) by Allan Lightman.

Viseu, A. (March 2001). The intricacies of philosophy and computing. Computers & Society, 31 (1), 25-26.
Review of Philosophy and computing: An introduction (1999) by Luciano Floridi

Viseu, A. (March 2000). Psychology.com: Demystifying the novelty of the internet interaction. The Independent, 23 (24), 6.
Review of The psychology of the Internet by Patricia Wallace (1999).