Academic papers

Levy, H. (2019) Gospel news: How evangelical websites shape the views of millions of Brazilians. The Conversation UK. 

Levy, H. (2018). Disrupting the Old Periphery: Alternative Media, Inequality and Counter-Mapping in Brazil. Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture, 13(2), pp.61–76.

Levy, H. (2018). “From the media of the periphery to peripheral media: The changing priorities of Brazil’s alternative ecology”. The Communication Review, 21 (4), p. 296.

Levy, H. (2018) The Internet, Politics, and Inequality in Contemporary Brazil: Peripheral Media. Lexington Books.

Levy, H. & Sarmento, C. (2018) Watching the 2016 Olympics on Brazil’s Alternative Media: From platform hijack to discourse autonomy. Journalism.

Levy, H. (2018) Online self-representation in Brazil’s favelas: Personalising the Periphery. First Monday. 23 (8).

Levy, H. (2018) Reading Stuart Hall as an Immigrant. Book review: Stuart Hall, A Life Between Two Islands. 

Levy, H. (2017) Favela media and the build-up of peripheral subjectivities. Discover Society. December edition. Digital imaginaries.

Levy, H. (2017) Reporting the 2014 World Cup: football first and social issues last. Sport and Society, 1- 11.

Levy, H (2015) The rise of Brazil’s free journalists. Open Democracy.

Levy, H. (2015) Book review: Networked Publics and Digital Contention by Mohamed Zayani. LSE Review of Books.

Levy, H. (2015) Book review: Networks of Outrage and Hope by Manuel Castells. LSE Review of Books.