Working papers

Grommé, F., Ustek-Spilda, F., Ruppert, E., Cakici, B. 2017. Citizen Data and Official Statistics: Background Document to a Collaborative Workshop. ARITHMUS Working Paper Series, Paper No. 2. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.18532.88966

Scheel, S., Cakici, B., Grommé, F., Ruppert, E., Takala, V. and Ustek-Spilda, F. (2016). Transcending Methodological Nationalism through Transversal Methods? On the Stakes and Challenges of Collaboration. ARITHMUS Working Paper Series, Paper No. 1. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.33901.79842

Other publications

Grommé, F. 2017. “Policing Knowledges and Technologies: Making Aggression Visible.” Society and Space Open Site. Avail at S&S Open Site.

Grommé, F., Ruppert, E., Cakici, B. (forthcoming) Data Scientists: A New Faction of the Transnational Field of Statistics. In Knox, H. and Nafus, D. (Eds.), Ethnography for a Data Saturated World. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Ustek, Funda and Oguz Alyanak. 2017. “The ‘Unique Blend’: Reframing Womanhood through Turkish Drama Series” in Gender in a Cross-Cultural Perspective, edited by Caroline B. Brettell & Carolyn F. Sargent: Routledge. Avail at Routledge website

Alyanak, Oguz and Funda Ustek. 2017. “Is it Over? On the Melancholy of Lost Hope” PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Blog. Available at PoLAR

Ruppert, E. 2017. “The Other Davos: A Sociologist Goes to the World Economic Forum.” Sociological Review. Avail. at WEF Essay.

Isin, Engin and Evelyn Ruppert. 2017. “Citizen Snowden.” International Journal of Communications 11:843-57.

Law, John and Evelyn Ruppert, eds. 2016. Modes of Knowing: Resources from the Baroque: Mattering Press. Avail at:

Ruppert, Evelyn. 2016. “A Baroque Sensibility for Big Data Visualisations.” in Modes of Knowing: Resources from the Baroque, edited by J. Law and E. Ruppert: Mattering Press. Avail at:

Madsen, A. K. , M. Flyverbom, M. Hilbert and E. Ruppert. 2016. “Big Data: Issues for an International Political Sociology of the Datafication of Worlds.” International Political Sociology.

Ustek-Spilda, F. and O. Alyanak. (2016). The Case of Children Born out of Wedlock in Turkey: An ‘empty’ category? AG: About Gender, 6(10), pp. 261-281. ISSN 2279-5057

Grommé, F. (2016). Provocation: Technology, resistance and surveillance in public space. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 34(6), pp. 1007-1024.

Grommé, F. (2016). Data mining ‘problem youth’: Looking closer but not seeing better. In Van der Ploeg, I & Pridmore, J. (Eds.), Digitizing Identities: Doing Identity in a Networked World (pp.163-183). New York and London: Routledge.

Grommé, F. (2015). Turning aggression into an object of intervention: tinkering in a crime control pilot study. Science as Culture, 24(2), pp. 227-247.

Scheel, S. (2015). Das Konzept der Autonomie der Migration überdenken?. Yes, please! [Rethinking the Concept of Autonomy of Migration? – Yes Please!]. Movements. Journal für kritische Migrations-und Grenzregimeforschung, 1(2). pp. 1-15. ISSN 2364-8732.

Ruppert, E. and F. Ustek. (2015). Body Counts: Counting Aylan Kurdi. Project Report. Visual Social Media Lab, University of Sheffield.

Ustek, F. (2015). What is work? On the invisibility of women’s paid work in the informal sector. InterDisciplines, 6(1), pp. 29-58. ISSN 2191-6721

Ustek, F. 2015. Sosyal Politika Açısından Türkiye’de Ev İşçiliği (Domestic Work in Turkey from a Social Policy Perspective). In: Saniye Dedeoglu and Adem Yavuz Elveren, eds. 2000ler Türkiyesi’nde Sosyal Politika ve Toplumsal Cinsiyet. Ankara: İmge Yayınevi, pp. 207-232. ISBN 9789755338224

Ruppert, E. 2015. “Doing the Transparent State: open government data as performance indicators.” In A World of Indicators: The making of governmental knowledge through quantification, edited by Richard Rottenburg, Sally E. Merry, Sung-Joon Park and Johanna Mugler, 127-150. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Isin, E. and E. Ruppert (2015). Being Digital Citizens. London, Rowman & Littlefield International.

Ruppert, E. (2015). “On Doing Words with Things: Citizens, Claims and Digital Acts.” The Sociological Review.

Ruppert, E. (2015). “Who Owns Big Data?” Discover Society (23).