(in production) Noble, S. (2017). Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism. New York: New York University Press.
The Intersectional Internet: Race, Sex, and Culture Online. (2016) Safiya Umoja Noble, Brendesha M. Tynes (Eds). Peter Lang Digital Formations series.
Emotions, Technology and Design: Communication of feelings through, with and for technology (2016). Sharon Tettegah & Safiya Umoja Noble (Eds) Volume 4. London: Elsevier Publishers.
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Noble, S.U. (2016). A Future for Intersectional Black Feminist Technology Studies. Scholar & Feminist Online. (13.3-14.1), 1-8.
Roberts, S. T. and Noble, S. U. (2016). Empowered to name, inspired to act: Social responsibility and diversity as calls to action in the LIS context. Library Trends.
Cooke, N.A., Sweeney, M. and Noble, S.U. (2016). Social Justice as Topic and Tool: An Attempt to Transform a LIS Curriculum and Culture. Library Quarterly.
Noble, S. U. (2013). Google Search: Hyper-visibility as a Means of Rendering Black Women and Girls Invisible. InVisible Culture: Issue 19.
Noble, S. U. (2014). Trayvon, Race, Media and the Politics of Spectacle.The Black Scholar.44(1).
Noble, S. U., Sweeney, M., Austin, J., McKeever, L., Sullivan, E. (2014) Changing course: Collaborative reflections of teaching/taking ‘Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Information Professions.’ Journal of Education for Library & Information Science. 55(3).
Noble, S. U. (2012) Geographic Information Systems: a Critical Look at the Commercialization of Public Information. Information in Human Geography: a New Radical Journal.
Noble, S. (2012). Missed Connections: What Search Engines Say about Women. Bitch magazine, 12:4, Spring, pg. 37-41.