Journal Articles

Roberts, B., 2012. Technics, Individuation and Tertiary Memory: Bernard Stiegler’s Challenge to Media Theory. New Formations, 77, pp.8–20. Prepress version here:

Roberts, B., 2012. Attention-seeking: Technics, Publics and Software Individuation. Culture Machine, (13). Available at:

Roberts, B., 2011. Against the “Networked Information Economy”: Rethinking Decentralization, Community, and Free Software Development. Criticism, 53(3), pp.385-405. Prepress version here:

Roberts, B., 2009. Beyond the “Networked Public Sphere”: Politics, Participation and Technics in Web 2.0. Fibreculture, (14). Available at:

Roberts, B., 2007. Introduction to Stiegler. Parallax, 13(4), pp.26–28.

Roberts, B., 2006. Cinema as mnemotechnics: Bernard Stiegler and the industrialisation of memory. Angelaki, 11(1), pp.55–63. Prepress version here:

Roberts, B., 2006. Rousseau, Stiegler and the Aporia of Origin. Forum for Modern Language Studies, 42(4), pp.382–394.

Roberts, B., 2005. Stiegler Reading Derrida: The Prosthesis of Deconstruction in Technics. Postmodern Culture, 16(1). Prepress version available here:

Roberts, B., 2003. Review: Derek Attridge, The Singularity of Literature. Oxford Literary Review, 25.

Book contributions

Roberts, B., 2013. Memories of Inauthenticity: Stiegler and the Lost Spirit of Capitalism. In G. Moore and C. Howells, eds. Stiegler and Technics. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 225–239. Pre-press version available here:

Roberts, B., 2010. The Gold Standard and Literature: Money and Language in the Work of Jean-Joseph Goux. In R. Balfour, ed. Culture, Capital and Representation. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 132-147.

Roberts, B., 2006. ‘Wyndham Lewis’, ‘Grahame Greene, ‘A Little Place Off the Edgware Road’, ‘Formalist literary criticism’. In A. Maunder , ed. The Facts on File Companion to the British Short Story. Ed. Andrew Maunder (2006)

Roberts, B., 2006. ‘Dangling Man’ and ‘A Farewell to Arms’.  In P. Boxall, ed. 1001 Books. London: Cassell, pp. 341, 424.

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