Hammelburg, E. (2021). Being there live: How liveness is realized through media use at contemporary cultural events. Doctoral thesis, University of Amsterdam.

Hammelburg, E. (2021). Being there live: An ethnographic approach for studying social media use in mediatized live events. Social Media + Society.

Hammelburg, E. (2020). Live event-spaces: Place and space in the mediatised experience of events. In: Locating imagination: Place, culture & belonging. Eds Van Es, N., Reijnders, S.L., Bolderman, S.L. & Waysdorf, A. Routledge

Hammelburg, E., Drakopulos, L., Benedetti, A., and Colombo, G. (2017). Studying liveness @OerolFestival2017. In: Get the picture: Digital methods for visual research. Digital methods summerschool 2017.

Hammelburg, E. (2015). #stemfie: Reconceptualising liveness in the era of social media. Tijdschrift voor Mediageschiedenis, 18(1), 85–100.

Nijboer, J & Hammelburg, E. (2010). Extending media literacy: A new direction for libraries. New Library World, 111(1/2): 36-45. DOI: 10.1108/03074801011015676


Hammelburg, E. (2022, November 4). Instagram’s shift towards live: How stories and live videos shape how we experience being at events. Paper to present at AoIR 2022, Dublin, Ireland.

Hammelburg, E. (2022). No live without media. Presentation in panel Digital Liveness and virtuality, The Respectful Nettheatrechannel.

Hammelburg, E. (2019, June 24). Being part of it: An ethnographic approach to the study of eventspheres. Paper presented at AoIR Flashpoint Symposium Below the Radar: Private Groups, Locked Platforms and Ephemeral Content, Urbino, Italy.

Hammelburg, E. (2018, October 10). Living/re-living: Nowness & memory in the mediated experience of events. Paper presented at Going Live AoIR Pre-conference, Montreal, Canada.

Hammelburg, E. (2014, June 18-20) Re-conceptualising liveness in the era of social media. Presentation at Social Media and the Transformation of Public Space Conference, Amsterdam.