Maya Livio and Lori Emerson. 2019. "Towards Feminist Labs: Provocations for Collective Knowledge-Making.” In Critical Makers Reader. Loes Boger and Letizia Chiappini eds. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures.

SzuYu Liu, Jen Liu, Kristin Dew, Patrycja Zdziarska, Maya Livio, and Shaowen Bardzell. 2019. “Exploring Noticing as Method in Design Research.” Workshop Proposal In Proceedings of the 2019 Designing Interactive Systems Conference: DIS ‘19. New York: ACM.

Maya Livio. “Run Diagnostics?: Rachel Stuckey Gives Our Relationship to Technology a Check-Up.” In Exhibition Catalogue: Good Days and Bad Days on the Internet. Austin: Women & Their Work.

Natalia Sanchez-Querubin, Liliana Bounegru, Maya Livio, Allison Guy, Bernhard Rieder, Emile den Tex, Federica Bardelli and Tommaso Renzini. 2014. “Mapping Climate Fiction (Cli-Fi) Scenarios: Book Covers With Landscapes, Issues, And Personal Narratives.” In Climaps by EMAPS (Electronic Maps to Assist Public Science).

Natalia Sanchez-Querubin, Liliana Bounegru, Maya Livio, Allison Guy, Bernhard Rieder, Emile den Tex, Federica Bardelli and Tommaso Renzini. 2014. “Mapping Climate Fiction (Cli-Fi) Scenarios.” In Climaps by EMAPS (Electronic Maps to Assist Public Science).

Liliana Bounegru*, Maya Livio*, Lucy Chinen*, Asher Boersma*, Natalia Sanchez Querubin*. 2014. “#TheFamily Ties: Performing the Network and Sexuality on Twitter.” Digital Methods Wiki, University of Amsterdam. *All authors contributed equally.

Basri Hoogstrate*, Maya Livio*, Jules Mataly*, Mathias Schuh*. 2013. “My Enemy's Enemy is My Friend: Mapping and Comparing Counter-Jihad and Pro-Israel Support on Social Networks.” Digital Methods Wiki, University of Amsterdam. *All authors contributed equally.

Maya Livio. 2013. “Making Visible the Invisible: Information Visualization Through a Fine Art Lens.” Masters of Media.

Maya Livio. 2012. “Performance Art Meets Social Media: Kathryn Cornelius Marries the Internet.” Masters of Media.

Maya Livio. 2012. “Second Chance Serendipity: Missed Connections on Craigslist.” Masters of Media.