Pine, K., & Mazmanian, M., (2017) “Electronic Heath Records and professional task jurisdiction: Eradicating the productive disconnect between formal logics of action and situated practice.” Academy of Management Journal

Mazmanian, M., Cohn, M., Dourish, P. (2014). “Shifting Sociomateriality in Space: Figuring, Configuring, and Reconfiguring in Planetary Exploration.” MIS Quarterly, 38:3 pp. 831-848.

Mazmanian, M. (2013). “Avoiding the Trap of Constant Connectivity: When Congruent Frames Allow for Heterogeneous Practices.” Academy of Management Journal. 56:5 pp. 1225-1250.

Mazmanian, M., Orlikowski, W.J., and Yates, J. (2013). “The Autonomy Paradox: The Implications of Mobile Email Devices for Knowledge Professionals.” Organization Science. 24:5 pp. 1337-1357.


Dombrowski, L., Hayes., G., Mazmanian, M., & Voida, A.,  (2014). “E-Government Intermediaries and the Challenges of Access and Trust” (21:2). ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) Journal. Pages 13-22.

Chen J., Dourish, P., Hayes, G. Mazmanian, M. (2014). “From Interaction to Performance with Public Displays.” Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. (PUC). Special issue on understanding performative interactions in public. Published Online. March, 2014.


Mazmanian, M. & Lanette, S. (2017). "Okay, One More Episode": An Ethnography of Parenting in the Digital Age. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW ‘17) Portland, OR. (Best Paper Honorable Mention).

Toll, A. & Mazmanian, M., (2016). “Inscribing individuals into a formalized system: The ‘labor’ performed in material and affective spaces.” Introna, L., Kavanagh, D., Kelly, S., Orlkiowski, W., Scott, S., eds. Beyond Interpretivism? Proceedings of the: New Encounters with Technology and Organisation, IFIP TC8 WG 8.2 International Working Conference. Dublin, IR. Springer Science & Business Media, 2016.

Pine, K. Wolf, C. & Mazmanian, M. (2016). The Work of Reuse: Birth Certificate Data and Healthcare Accountability Measurements. Proceedings of the iConference 2016. Philadelphia, PA. (Winner. Lee Dirks Award for Best Paper).

Kathleen H. Pine and Melissa Mazmanian. (2015) “Emerging Insights on Building Infrastructure for Data-Driven Transparency and Accountability of Organizations.” Proceedings of the iConference 2015. Newport Beach, CA.

Mazmanian, M., Erickson, I., & Harmon, E., (2015) “Circumscribed time and porous time: Logics as a way of studying temporality.” Proceedings of ACM conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing (CSCW ’15). Vancouver, British Columbia.

Mazmanian, M., Erickson, I (2014) “The Product of Availability: Understanding the Economic Underpinnings of Constant Connectivity.” To appear in Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2014). Toronto, ON, Canada, April 26–May 1. New York: ACM Press. Pages 763-772. Awarded honorable mention, best paper.

Voida, A., Dombrowski, L., Hayes, G.R. & Mazmanian, M. (2014). “Shared Values/Conflicting Logics: Working Around E-Government Systems.” To appear in Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2014). Toronto, ON, Canada, April 26–May 1. New York: ACM Press. Pages 3583-3592. Awarded honorable mention, best paper.

Pine, K., & Mazmanian, M. (2014) “Institutional Logics of the EMR and the Problem of ‘Perfect’ but Inaccurate Accounts.” To appear in Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2014). Baltimore, MD, February 15-19. New York: ACM Press. Pages 283-294.

Dombrowski, L., Brubaker, J., Hirano, S., Mazmanian, M., and Hayes, H. (2013) “It takes a network to get dinner: Designing location-based systems to address local food needs.” UbiComp, Switzerland. Awarded ACM Conf Best Paper.

Harmon, E., & Mazmanian, M., (2013) “Stories of the Smartphone in Everyday Discourse: Conflict, Tension & Instability.” Proc. ACM Conf. Computer Human Interaction (CHI). Paris, France. Awarded honorable mention, best paper.

Dombrowski, L., Voida, A., Hayes, G., and Mazmanian, M. (2012). “The Labor Practices of Service Mediation: A Study of the Work Practices of Food Assistance Outreach.” Proc. ACM Conf. Computer Human Interaction (CHI). Austen, Texas.

Irani, L., Dourish, P., and Mazmanian, M., (2010). "Shopping for Sharpies in Seattle: Mundane Infrastructures of Transnational Design." Proc. ACM Intl. Conf. Intercultural Collaboration ICIC 2010. Copenhagen, Denmark. Awarded conference best paper.

Mazmanian, M., (2006). “Ubiquitous email: Individual experiences and organizational consequences of BlackBerry use ” Presented at Academy of Management Conference, Organizational Communication and Information Systems Division. Atlanta, GA, August, 2006, Best Paper Proceedings.


Erickson, I., & Mazmanian, M., (2017) “Bending Time to a New End: Investigating the Idea of Temporal Entrepreneurship” In J. Wajcman and N. Dodd (Eds.), The Sociology of Speed: Digital, Organizational and Social Temporalities. Oxford University Press.

Mazmanian M. & Erickson, I., (2016) “Markets of availability and commodification of time in 21st century work: Inducing social forces from situated data.” In K. Elsbach and B. Bechky (Eds.), Qualitative Organizational Research: Best Papers from the Davis Conference. Vol 3. Information Age Publishing Inc.

Mazmanian, M., Beckman, C., & Harmon, E., (2016) “Ethnography across the work boundary: Benefits and Considerations for Organizational Studies.” In K. Elsbach, & R. Kramer (Eds.), Handbook of Innovative Qualitative Research Methods: Pathways to Cool Ideas and Interesting Papers, Taylor and Francis Group: Organization and Management Series.

Dourish, P. & Mazmanian, M., (2012). “Media as Material: Information Representations as Material Foundations for Organizational Practice.” Perspectives on Process Organization Studies: How Matter Matters: Objects, Artifacts and Materiality in Organization Studies. Volume 3. Eds. Paul Carlile, Davide Nicolini, Ann Langley and Haridimos Tsoukas. Oxford University Press.

Mazmanian, M., Orlikowski, W.J., and Yates, J. (2005). “Crackberries: The Social Implications of Ubiquitous Wireless E-mail Devices” In Designing Ubiquitous Information Environments: Socio-Technical Issues and Challenges. Sorensen, C., Yoo, Y., Lyytinen, K and DeGross, J. (Eds.) Springer, New York