Christian E. Sandvig
Faculty Associate, CPS
Professor, LSA Communication Studies
Professor, Stamps School Of Art & Design
Professor, School Of Information
Dr. Sandvig's major research areas include new technological infrastructure and public policy, advances in wireless technology the use of the electromagnetic spectrum, and appropriation and user-driven innovation.
- Plantin, Jean-Christophe, Carl Lagoze, Paul N. Edwards, and Christian E. Sandvig. 2018. "Infrastructure studies meet platform studies in the age of Google and Facebook." New Media & Society 20(1): 293-310.
- Sandvig, Christian E., Kevin Hamilton, Karrie Karahalios, and Cedric Langbort. 2016. "When the Algorithm Itself is a Racist: Diagnosing Ethical Harm in the Basic Components of Software." International Journal of Communication 10: 4972-4990.
- Eslami, M., K. Karahalios, Christian E. Sandvig, K. Vaccaro, A. Rickman, K. Hamilton, and A. Kirlik. 2016. "First I "like" it, then I hide it: Folk theories of social feeds." Pp. 2371-2382 in Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Association for Computing Machinery.
- Lustig, Cindy, K. Pine, B. Nardi, L. Irani, Min Kyung Lee, D. Nafus, and Christian E. Sandvig. 2016. "Algorithmic authority: The ethics, politics, and economics of algorithms that interpret, decide, and manage." Pp. 1057-1062 in Proceedings of 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Association for Computing Machinery.
- Soeller, G., K. Karahalios, Christian E. Sandvig, and Colwick M. Wilson. 2016. "MapWatch: Detecting and monitoring international border personalization on online maps." in Proceedings of 25th International World Wide Web Conference, WWW 2016. Association for Computing Machinery.
- Lagoze, Carl, Paul Edwards, Christian E. Sandvig, and Jean-Christophe Plantin. 2015. "Should I Stay or Should I Go? Alternative Infrastructures in Scholarly Publishing." International Journal of Communication 9: 1052-1071.
- Sandvig, Christian E. 2015. "The Social Industry." Social Media + Society 1(1): 1-4.