Jesse Drew: Publications

The Collective Camcorder in Art and Activism: 1968-2000. In Collectivism After Modernism . Edited by B. Stimson and G. Shollette. (2007) Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

From the Gulf War to the Battle of Seattle: Building an international alternative media network. In At A Distance: Precursors to Art and Activism on the Internet . Edited by N. Neumark and A. Chandler. (2005) Boston: MIT Press.

Media Hijinks: Regime Change and the Role of Outsider Media. In Release Print (2004, July/August) Film Arts Foundation.

TechnoPranks. In Processed World Magazine (2004). Volume 2.005.

Distanced Education: Fast Times at Ronald McDonald U. In Processed World Magazine (2001) Special Issue entitled "The Greatest Speed-up in World History.

US Labor Organizations and New Communications Technologies in Peace Review (2001). Article for academic journal on new technologies and the role they play in international labor organizing.

The Gulf War and Deep Dish. In Globalization: The Reader . (2000) (Eds. J. Denyon, D. Dunkerley) London: Routledge.

Call any vegetable: The politics of food in San Francisco. In Reclaiming San Francisco: History, politics, culture . Edited by C. Carlsson, N. Peters, & J. Brook (1998). San Francisco, CA: City Lights Books.

Una giornata nella vita dell'impiegato 85292. (1998) In Ribellione Nella Silicon Valley . Milano, Italy: Shake Edizioni Underground. (Republished from Verso Press)

Who owns the internet? An investigation into the privatization and corporate control of the national information infrastructure. In The Guild Practitioner , legal journal of the National Lawyers Guild. (Volume 53, Number 4, Fall 1996), pp. 189-205.

Grassroots activism in the electronic age. In We the media: A citizens guide to fighting for media democracy . Edited by D. Hazen & J. Winokur. (1997). New York: The New Press.

Who owns the internet? Privatization and corporate control of the national information infrastructure. (1996, November, December). (sub)TEX . Austin, Texas: (sub)TEX Collective.

Fighting for change: Bay Area media activists reveal secrets to success. (1996, October/November). Mediafile. San Francisco: Media Alliance.

Using grassroots media in the new electronic age. In Media and Democracy . Edited by Don Hazen and Larry Smith (1996). San Francisco: Institute for Alternative Journalism.

Media activism and radical democracy in Resisting the virtual life: The Culture and Politics of Information . Edited by James Brook and Iain A. Boal (1995). San Francisco: City Lights Books.

Free radio takes to the airwaves. (1995, April) In Issue 6 of (sub)TEX Austin, Texas.

Building global solidarity: An interview with Gustavo de la Rosa. (1995, Summer). In Issue 7 of (sub)TEX Austin, Texas.

Building global solidarity on the US-Mexican border: An interview with Benedicto Orozco of the F.A.T. (1995, November). In Issue 8 of (sub)TEX Austin, Texas.

Newe Sogobia is not for Sale! (1995) In Felix: A Journal of Media Arts and Communication . NYC, NY.

Third Force forces the issues. (1994, August/September). Mediafile . San Francisco: Media Alliance.

Pirate radio hits the airwaves. (1994, Summer). Boycott Quarterly . Olympia, WA: Center for Economic Democracy.

Filling gaps in the commercial broadcast spectrum. (November/December, 1993). EXTRA! New York: Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting.

Viacom's attack on The City's public-access TV. (July 12, 1993) Guest editorial in The San Francisco Examiner.

Public Access Producers Fight For Cable Rights. (March, 1993) in EXTRA! New York: Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting.

Access Denied. (March, 1993) in New Mission News , San Francisco.

SF to kick off own TV channel. (May 26, 1993) in the Bay Guardian , San Francisco.

Paper Tiger TV's Guide To Television Repair . ( Editor) (1992) Published by the SF Art Institute, San Francisco, CA.

An Oasis in the Wasteland. (1992) in Video Networks . Bay Area Video Coalition, San Francisco, CA.

This is KXXX, Mission District Radio! (1992) Cover story on pirate radio, in the San Francisco Bay Guardian .

Guerrilla TV in the camcorder age. (1992) Feature article in Release Print . Film Arts Foundation, San Francisco, CA.

Four stories in Sabotage in the American workplace . (1992). Pressure Drop Press, San Francisco, CA.

Instant Access (1991) in R.O.A.R . The Paper Tiger Television Guide to Media Activism . Published by the Wexner Center for the Arts, Columbus, Ohio.

Japanese dam drowns indigenous Ainu culture. (1991) in The Guardian , New York.

Report from San Francisco. (1991) in Video Guide , Vancouver.

A day in the life of employee 85292. (1990) in Bad Attitude, Verso Press, London. (Translated into Italian.)

Blood, Soap, and Tears. (1989) in Processed World magazine, San Francisco, CA.