• Journal articles

Nothias, T. (2020) – “Postcolonial Reflexivity in the News Industry: The Case of Foreign Correspondents in Kenya and South Africa”, Journal of Communication.

Nothias, T. (2020) – “Access Granted: Facebook’s Free Basics in Africa”, Media, Culture, & Society, 42(3): 329-348.

Nothias, T & Cheruiyot, D. (2019) A “hotbed” of digital empowerment? Media criticism in Kenya between playful engagement and co-option. International Journal of Communication, 136-159.

Nothias, T. (2016) How Western Journalists Actually Write About Africa, Journalism Studies, 1-22.

Paterson, C. & Nothias, T. (2016) Representation of China and the US in Africa in online global news, Communication, Culture, Critique, 9:1, 107-125. DOI: 10.1111/cccr.12133

Nothias, T. (2014) ‘Rising’, ‘Hopeful’, ‘New’: Visualizing Africa in the age of globalization, Visual Communication, 13:3, 323-339. DOI: 10.1177/1470357214530063

Nothias, T. (2013) ‘It’s struck a chord we have never managed to strike’: Frames, perspectives and remediation strategies in the international news coverage of Kony2012 , Ecquid Novi: African Journalism Studies, 34:1, 123-129. DOI: 10.1080/02560054.2013.767438

Reprinted in Social Media and Journalism in Africa (2014), Chapter 12, Routledge: London, 126-132. ISBN 10: 9780415745260

Nothias, T (2012). Definition and Scope of Afro-pessimism: Mapping the Concept and its Usefulness for Analysing News Media Coverage of Africa, Leeds African Studies Bulletin, 74: 54-62. Available here.

  • Book chapters and encyclopedia entries

Forthcoming – “Representation and Journalism”. Encyclopaedia essay for The Oxford University Press Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies.

Nothias, T. (2018) “Researching and Teaching African Media Studies from the “Centre”: Challenges and Opportunities for epistemic resistance”, in Palgrave Handbook on Media and Communication Research in Africa, Mustvairo, B. (ed). Palgrave MacMillan: Basingstoke. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-70443-2

Nothias, T. (2016) “Mediating the Distant Other for the Distant Audience: How Foreign Correspondents in East and Southern Africa Talk About Their Audience”, in Africa’s Media Image in the 21st century: From the Hopeless Continent to Africa Rising, Bunce, M., Franks, S. and Paterson, C. (eds). Routledge (Communication and Society Series): London. ISBN 10: 1138962317

Nothias, T. (2014) “Afro-pessimism in the French and British Press Coverage of the 2010 South African World Cup”, in African Football, Identity Politics and Global Media Narratives: The Legacy of the FIFA 2010 World Cup, Chari, T. and Mhiripiri, N. (eds). Palgrave MacMillan: Basingstoke, 285-304. DOI: 10.1057/9781137392237_15

Nothias, T. and Painter, J. (2013) “Country Result: France”, in Climate Change in the Media: Reporting Risk and Uncertainty, Painter, J. I.B. Tauris: London, 89-98. Available here.

  • Book reviews and other publications

(Forthcoming) – “Why was Africa Rising? The roots and perils of Afro-idealization”. The Disorder of Things. Symposium on Clive Gabay’s book Imagining Africa. Whiteness and the Western gaze (Cambridge University Press).

Jonathan Corpus Ong, “The Poverty of Television: The Mediation of Suffering in Class-Divided Philippines”, Journal of Communication, 65(5), E10-12. DOI: 10.1111/jcom.12192

Domingo et al.(eds), “Participatory Journalism: Guarding Open Gates at Online Newspapers”, Ecquid-Novi African Journalism Studies, 35(1), 164-166. DOI: 10.1080/02560054.2014.886666

Shani Orgad, “Media Representation and the Global Imagination”, Interview with the author, The Global Journal, February 2014. Available here.

Lilie Chouliaraki, “The Ironic Spectator: Solidarity in the Age of Post-Humanitarianism”, The Global Journal, October 2012. Available here.