Publications

McVeigh-Schultz, J. Designing Speculative Rituals: Tangible Imaginaries and Fictive Practices from the (Inter)personal to the Political. PhD Dissertation for USC.

 

McVeigh-Schultz, J. & Baym, N. (2015) “Thinking of You: Understanding practice and affordance through the lens of a microsocial relationship app.” in Social Media & Society 1(2).

 

McVeigh-Schultz, J. (2014) “Redesigning the Vox Pop: Civic Rituals as Sites of Critical Reimagining”in DIY Citizenship. Eds. Ratto, Matt and Boler, Megan. MIT Press.

 

McVeigh-Schultz, J. (2013) “Affordances Out of Place: Reflexive Use and the Designerly Capacities of Users.” Internet Research 14.

 

Van Allen, P. McVeigh-Schultz, J. (2013) “AniThings: Animism and Heterogeneous Multiplicities.” CHI.

 

McVeigh-Schultz, J., Stein, J., Watson, J., Fisher, S. (2012) “Extending the Lifelog to Non-human Subjects” in ACM MM.

 

McVeigh-Schultz, J., Stein, J., Boyle, J. Syam, A., Annetta, M., Watson, J., Fisher, S., (2012) “Vehicular Lifelogging for Ambient Storytelling and Contextually Rich Play” position paper for Car as an Arena for Gaming workshop Mobile HCI.

 

McVeigh-Schultz, J. (2012)“Movie Tagger Alpha: Critical Tagging in Emerging Methods of Media Scholarship”in Frames, British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies, University of St. Andrews.

 

Neff, G., Jordan, T., McVeigh-Schultz, J., and Gillespie, T. (2012) “Affordances, Technical Agency, and the Politics of Technologies of Cultural Production” in Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 56(2).

 

McVeigh-Schultz, J. Stein, J., Boyle, J., Duff, E., Watson, J., Syam, A., Tasse, A., Wiscombe, S., Fisher, S. (2012) Vehicular Lifelogging: New Contexts and Methodologies for Human-Car Interaction. CHI.

 

Kligler-Vilenchik N., McVeigh-Schultz J., Weitbrecht C., Tokuhama C. (2012, March) Experiencing Fan Activism: Understanding the Power of Fan Activist Organizations through Members’ Narratives. Journal of Tranformative Works and Culture.

 

McVeigh-Schultz, J. (2011) Making Trouble: redesigning the rituals of civic life. Proceeedings of ISEA. Istanbul.

 

McVeigh-Schultz, J. (2011) Redesigning Civic Rituals: social games and new models of participation. Research Report Commissioned by Intel’s IXR Lab, 2011.

 

McVeigh-Schultz, J. (2009) Synaptic Crowd: Vox Pop Experiments, Master’s Thesis, UC Santa Cruz

 

McVeigh-Schultz, J. (2007) Uncanny Collisions: Context Clash in Japanese Social Media, Master’s Thesis, UC Berkeley.