Malin, B. (2019). Contextual materialism: Mereology, sociality and the vague ontology of media objects. Communication Theory, 29(2), 151-168.
Malin, B. (2017). Chickens that like Pink Floyd: Media physicalism and the experience of new technology. In S. Rogers and T. Markham (Ed.s), Conditions of Mediation: Phenomenological Approaches to Media, Technology and Communication (199-209). New York: Peter Lang.
Malin, B. and Chandler, C. (2017). Free to work anxiously: Splintering precarity among drivers for Uber and Lyft. Communication, Culture, & Critique, 10(2), 382-400.
Malin, B. (2016). Hovland, Carl I. In Jensen, K., Craig, R., Pooley, J., and Rothenbuhler, E., International Encyclopedia of Communication Theory and Philosophy. London: Wiley-Blackwell.
Malin, B. (2014). Anal probes and overheated media: The physiological roots of contemporary media research. In J. Sterne and D. Mulvin (Ed.s), Media, Hot and Cold, International Journal of Communication, 8, 2509-2512.
Malin, B. (2014). Policing the crisis of masculinity: Media and masculinity at the dawn of the new century. In C. Carter, L. Steiner, and L. McLaughlin (Ed.s), Routledge Companion to Media and Gender (610-619). London, UK: Routledge.
Malin, B. (2014). Media, messages, and emotions. In S. Matt and P. Stearns (Ed.s), Doing Emotions History (181-200). Urbana-Champagne, IL: University of Illinois Press.
Malin, B. (2009). Mediating emotion: Technology, social science, and emotion in the Payne Fund Motion Picture Studies. Technology & Culture, 50(2), 366-390 (2010 winner of the Walter Benjamin Award for Outstanding Article in the field of Media Ecology from the Media Ecology Association).
Malin, B. (2004). Gender, culture, power: Three theoretical views. In M. Rose Williams and P. Backlund (Ed.s), Readings in gender communication (pp. 65-75). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing.
Malin, B. (2003). Memorializing white masculinity: The late 1990s “crisis of masculinity” and the “subversive performance” of Man on the Moon. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 27(3), 239-255 (reprinted in Whitehead, S. [Ed.]. . Men and masculinities: Critical concepts in sociology. London: Routledge).