Most recent publications:
Cressman, D. (2018). Actor-Network Theory. In The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd ed. Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781405165518.wbeosa009.pub2
Cressman, D. M. (2016). Building Musical Culture in Nineteenth-Century Amsterdam. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Peters, P., & Cressman, D. M. (2016). A sounding monument: how a new organ became old. Sound Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2(1), 21-35. https://doi.org/10.1080/20551940.2016.1214445
Cressman, D. M. (2016). Cosmopolitanism & Negation: Hauke Brunkhorst's Critical Theory of Legal Revolutions. Krisis, 2016(2), 1-7.
Cressman, D. M. (2016). Innis in the Concertgebouw: Media & Musical Culture in 19th Century Amsterdam. In N. Friesen (Ed.), Media Transatlantic: Media Theory Between North America & German Speaking Europe (pp. 131-151). Dordrecht: Springer.
Cressman, D. M. (2015). Acoustics architecture before science: The case of Amsterdam's concertgebouw. SoundEffects, 5(1), 11-23.
Cressman, D. M. (2014). Die Kanadische Schule. In J. Schröter (Ed.), Handbuch Medienwissenschaft (pp. 69-78). Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler Verlag.
Cressman, D. M. (2014). On Fifty Years of One-Dimensional Man and a Critical Philosophy of Technology. Krisis, (2), 29-39.
- Cressman, D. (2016) Building Musical Culture in Nineteenth-Century Amsterdam: The Concertgebouw. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
- Cressman, D. (2016). “Cosmopolitanism & Negation: Hauke Brunkhorst’s Critical Theory of Legal Revolutions.” Krisis: Journal for Contemporary Philosophy 2, pp.1-7
- Peters, P. & Cressman, D. (2016) “A Sounding Monument: How a New Organ Became Old.” The Journal of Sound Studies 2(1), pp.21-35.
- Cressman, D. (2015). “Acoustic Architecture before Science: The Case of Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw.” SoundEffects: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Sound & Sound Experience, 15(1), pp.11-23.
- Cressman, D. (2014). “On Fifty years of One-Dimensional Man and a Critical Philosophy of Technology.” Krisis: Journal for Contemporary Philosophy, 2: 29-40.
- Friesen, N. & Cressman, D. (2010). “Media Theory, Education, & the University: A Response to Kittler’s History of the University as a Media System.” Canadian Journal of Media Studies, 7 (1).
- Cressman, D. (2018). “Concertgebouw” and “Concertgebouworkest.” In Schröder, G. (ed.)Lexikon des Orchesters. Laaber: Laaber-Verlag.
Cressman, D. (2018). “Actor-Network Theory.” In Ritzer, G. (ed.) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Sociology, 2nd ed. London: Wiley-Blackwell.
- Cressman, D. (2016). “Innis in the Concertgebouw: Media & Musical Culture in Nineteenth-Century Amsterdam.” In Friesen, N (ed.) Media Transatlantic: Developments in Media and Communication Studies between North American and German-speaking Europe. Dordecht: Springer Press, pp.131-151.
- Friesen, N. & Cressman, D. (2014) “Kanadische Schule (Canadian School).” In Schröter, J. (ed.). Handbuch Medienwissenschaft (Handbook of Media Studies). Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler, pp. 69-78.
- Cressman, D. & Hamilton, E. (2010). “The Experiential Dimension in Online Learning: Phenomenology, Technology and Breakdowns,” in Majkut, P. & Canán, A.J.L. (eds.) Phenomenology & Media: An Anthology of Essays from Glimpse. Bucharest: Zeta Books.
- Friesen, N. & Cressman, D. (2006). “The Political Economy of Technical E-Learning Standards” In Koolhang, A. & Harman, K. (eds.), Learning Objects: Theory, Praxis, Issues & Trends. Warsaw: Informing Science Press: 507-526.
- “Mp3: The Meaning of a Format,” by Jonathan Sterne. Canadian Journal of Communication, 2013, 38(2), pp.267-269.
- Cressman, D. & Hamilton, E. (2005). “The Experiential Dimension of Online Learning: Phenomenology, Technology & Breakdowns.” Glimpse: Proceedings of the Society for Phenomenology and Media Annual Conference 7: 9-23.
- Cressman, D. (2009). A Brief Overview of Actor-Network Theory. A research report commissioned by the Centre for Policy Research on Science and Technology (CPROST), School of Communication, Simon Fraser University. http://www.sfu.ca/cprost/reports.html
- Cressman, D., Holbrook, J. A., Lewis, B. S. & Wixted, B (2009). Capturing the Outcomes and Impacts of Publicly Funded Research. A survey of methods used for measuring the research networks commissioned by the Centre for Policy Research on Science and Technology, School of Communication, Simon Fraser University. http://www.sfu.ca/cprost/?p=336
Selected Conference Presentations
- Disruptive Innovation & the Idea of Technology. European Association for the Study of Science & Technology (EASST), Lancaster, UK (July 2018)
- Critical Theory & the Materialities of Nineteenth-Century Musical Culture. Human-Technology Relations: Postphenomenology & the Philosophy of Technology, University of Twente (July 2018).
- Disruption in the EU: Imaginaries of Disruptive Innovation and the Idea of Technology. STS Italia, University of Padova (June 2018)
- Contingency & Potential: STS & Critical Theory in Andrew Feenberg’s Philosophy of Technology. Society for Philosophy & Technology, TU Darmstadt (June 2017).
- Disruptive Innovation: The History of an Idea. Society for the Social Studies of Science/European Association of Science & Technology Studies International Conference, Barcelona (August 2016)
- An Old Take on New Technology: Marx, Marcuse, and Accelerationist Politics, 9th International Critical Theory Conference, John Felice Center of Loyola University, Rome (May 2016)
- Buildings for Music Before and After Science, First Annual European Sounds Studies Association (ESSA) Conference, Humboldt University, Berlin (October 2013)
- Philosophy, Technology, and Listening to Music, Society for Philosophy & Technology, Technical University of Lisbon (June 2013).
- Acoustics Before and After Science: The Case of the Concert Hall, The German Society for the History of Technology, Dresden Technical University (May 2013)