I am a founding editor of the online journal Notes from Below, which uses the methods of workers' inquiry.
I am on the editorial board of Historical Materialism. Founded in 1997, it asserts that, notwithstanding the variety of its practical and theoretical articulations, Marxism constitutes the most fertile conceptual framework for analysing social phenomena, with an eye to their overhaul.
I am on the editorial advisory board of New Technology, Work and Employment, which presents analysis of the shifting contours of technological and organisational systems and processes in order to advance critical understanding of the dimensions of technological change in the workplace and in employment more generally.
A project mapping and documenting collective movements by game workers striving to improve their working conditions.
An online magazine for Marxist and Left-wing Science Fiction.
I am a member of the Research into Employment, Empowerment and Futures group (REEF) at the Open University.
A project to let crowdsourcing requesters publicly commit to paying at least a certain wage level.
I host a regular Marxist reading group where we meet up to discuss Marxism over videogames and drinks (on hiatus during Covid-19).
I helped to co-organise a game "jam" on theme of "organising at work" with Game Workers Unite UK.
I am a Researcher Affiliate at the Autonomy Institute - an independent, progressive think tank with one focus: work.
I am an associate at the LSE institute.
I was a partner on this project on Conflict, War, and Enemies in Narrative Computer Games based at UiT Tromsø, Norway.
A research project that I was previously involved with as a postdoc.
The EPSRC funded VOLCROWE project that I was involved with as a postdoc.