Selected bibliography of works dealing with both actor-network theory and Heidegger (or phenomenology or object-oriented ontology)
- Lee, June-Seok (2012). “Understanding the Identity of a Disaster through STS.” Korean Association of Science and Technology Studies. 12 (1): 45-78.
- Pierides, D. and Woodman, D. (2012). “Object-Oriented Sociology and Organizing in the Face of Emergency: Bruno Latour, Graham Harman and the Material Turn.” The British Journal of Sociology, 63 (4): 662-679.
- Schmidgen, H. (2012). “The Materiality of Things? Bruno Latour, Charles Péguy, and the History of Science.” History of the Human Sciences.
- Harman, G. (2011) The Quadruple Object. Winchester, UK; Washington, USA: Zero Books.
- Foster, J. (2011). “Ontologies without Metaphysics: Latour, Harman and the Philosophy of Things.” Analecta Hermeneutica, 3: 1-26.
- Latour, B., Harman, G. & Erdélyi, P. (2011) The Prince and the Wolf: Harman and Latour at the LSE. Winchester, UK; Washington, USA: Zero Books.
- Harman, G. (2010). Towards Speculative Realism: Essays and Lectures. Winchester, UK; Washington, USA: Zero Books.
- Kochan, J. (2010). “Latour’s Heidegger.” Social Studies of Science: 0306312709360263.
- Harman, G. (2009). Prince of Networks: Bruno Latour and Metaphysics. Melbourne, re.press.
- Introna, L. D. (2009). “Ethics and the Speaking of Things.” Theory Culture Society 26(4): 25-46.
- Harman, G., Latour, B. et al. (2008). “The Harman Review: Bruno Latour’s Empirical Metaphysics” [Audio]. An ANTHEM Group Symposium. Information Systems and Innovation Group, London School of Economics and Political Science, 5 February 2008
- McGrail, R. (2008) “Working with Substance: Actor-Network Theory and the Modal Weight of the Material.” Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology. 12(1).
- Riis, S. (2008). “The Symmetry between Bruno Latour and Martin Heidegger: The Technique of Turning a Police Officer into a Speed Bump.” Social Studies of Science 38(2): 285-301.
- Harman, G. (2007). “On Actors, Networks, and Plasma: Heidegger vs. Latour vs. Heidegger” [PDF, audio]. Seminar. Information Systems Research Forum, Information Systems and Innovation Group, London School of Economics and Political Science, 29 November 2007
- Harman, G. (2007). Prince of Networks: Bruno Latour and Metaphysics. Unpublished manuscript.
- Harman, G. (2007). “The Importance of Bruno Latour for Philosophy.” Cultural Studies Review: Recalling Modernity 13(1).
- Introna, L. (2007). “Maintaining the Reversibility of Foldings: Making the Ethics (Politics) of Information Technology Visible.” Ethics and Information Technology 9(1): 11-25.
- Oppenheim, R. (2007). “Actor-Network Theory and Anthropology after Science, Technology, and Society.” Anthropological Theory 7(4): 471-93.
- Introna, L. (2006). “The Doing of Things: Reconsidering the Question of Technical Agency” [Video]. research seminar, Department of Information Systems, London School of Economics and Political Science, 12 October 2006.
- Valfells, Á. (2006). “Comparing Two Information Systems Philosophical Methods: Phenomenology and Actor-Network Theory” [PDF]. Institute of Business Research Working Paper Series. University of Iceland.
- Introna, L. (2005). “Phenomenology, Technology and Ethics: Thinking about the Morality of our Machines” [Video]. research seminar, Department of Information Systems, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1 December 2005.
- Verbeek, P.-P. (2005). What Things Do: Philosophical Reflections on Technology, Agency, and Design. University Park, Pa., Pennsylvania State University Press.
- Klaus, H. (2004). Elements of a Hermeneutics of Knowledge in Government: The Coalition of Public Sector Reform and Enterprise Resource Planning [PDF]. Faculty of Information Technology. Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology. PhD Thesis.
- Ihde, D. (2003). “If Phenomenology Is an Albatross, Is Post-phenomenology Possible?” Chasing Technoscience: Matrix for Materiality. D. Ihde and E. Selinger. Bloomington & Indianapolis, Indiana University Press 131-44.
- Khong, L. (2003). “Actants and Enframing: Heidegger and Latour on Technology.” Studies in History and Philosophy of Science 34A(4): 693-704.
- Ciborra, C. (2002). The Labyrinths of Information: Challenging the Wisdom of Systems. Oxford, Oxford University Press.
- Ihde, D. (2002). “You Can’t Have It Both Ways: Situated or Symmetrical.” Bodies in Technology. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press: 67-87.
- Ihde, D. (2002). “Failure of the Nonhumans: A Science Studies Tale.” Bodies in Technology. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press: 88-100.
- Kusch, M. (2002). “Metaphysical Deja Vu: Hacking and Latour on Science Studies and Metaphysics.” Studies In History and Philosophy of Science, Part A, 33 (3): 639-647.
- Wambacq, J. (2000) “Subject-Object in Martin Heidegger, Bruno Latour and Manuel De Landa. ” Modest Witness
- Doll, W. E., Jr. and S. Petrina (1999) “The Object(s) of Culture: Bruno Latour and the Relationship between Science and Culture.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 19-23, 1999) [PDF]
- Feenberg, A. (1999). Questioning Technology. London, Routledge
- Harman, G. (1999). “Bruno Latour, King of Networks.” [PDF]
- Whitley, E. A. (1999). “Understanding Participation in Entrepreneurial Organizations: Some Hermeneutic Readings.” Journal of Information Technology 14: 193-202.
- Ciborra, C. U. and O. Hanseth (1998). “From Tool to Gestell: Agendas for Managing the Information Infrastructure.” Information Technology & People 11(4): 305-27.
- Kendall, G. and M. Michael (1998). “Thinking the unthought: towards a Moebius strip psychology.” New Ideas in Psychology 16(3): 141-157.
- Whitley, E.A. (1998) “Understanding participation in entrepreneurial organizations: applying the sociology of translation.” In Sixth European Conference on Information Systems, Baets, W. (ed.) (Euro-Arab Management School, Aix-en-Provence, France), pp. 1225-37.