Select Publications

In Progress
  • Keilty, Patrick. "Pornography." In Uncertain Archives, edited by Nanna Thylstrup, et al. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. (under review)
  • Keilty, Patrick. "The Imagined Perfect Image: Pornography's Graphical Interface" (in preparation)
  • Keilty, Patrick and Paasonen, Susanna. "Celebrating 10 Years of Porn... and Data!" (in preparation)
  • Keilty, Patrick. "Sexy Data: Race, Algorithms, and Pornography" (in preparation)
  • Keilty, Patrick. Database Desires (in preparation)
In Print/ forthcoming
  • Keilty, Patrick. "Desire by Design: Pornography as Technology Industry." [Special forum on "Pornography and Surveillance"] Porn Studies (in press). 
  • Keilty, Patrick. "Pornography's White Infrastructure." Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience 4.1 (2018): 1-9. 
  • Keilty, Patrick. "Duration and Desire." [Special issue on "Information and the Body"] Library Trends 66.3/4 (2018) 
  • Keilty, Patrick and Leazer, Gregory. “Feeling Documents: Toward a Phenomenology of Information Seeking.” Journal of Documentation 74.3 (2018): 462-489. 
  • Keilty, Patrick. "Carnal Indexing." Knowledge Organization 44.4 (2017): 265-272. 
  • Keilty, Patrick. “Tedious: Feminized Labor and Machine-Readable Cataloging.” Feminist Media Studies 18.2 (2018) (in press). Published online April 2, 2017. DOI: 10.1080/14680777.2017.1308410. 
  • Keilty, Patrick. “A Call for Sexual Autonomy.” Centre for Ethics, University of Toronto, Dec. 1, 2016
  • Keilty, Patrick and Shade, Leslie, eds. Special issue, "Traversing Technologies.” Scholar & Feminist Online 14.3 – 15.1 (Summer/ Fall 2016).
  • Drabinski, Emily and Keilty, Patrick, eds. Special issue, “Reconfiguring Race, Gender, and Sexuality.” Library Trends 64.4 (Spring 2016).
  • Keilty, Patrick. “Embodied Engagements with Online Pornography.” The Information Society 32.1 (2016): 64-73.
  • Keilty, Patrick. “Fuck Technology: Printing for Pleasure.” Semaphore, March 20, 2014
  • Keilty, Patrick and Leazer, Gregory. “What Porn Says to Information Studies: The Affective Value of Documents and the Body in Information Retrieval.” Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 51 (2014).
  • Keilty, Patrick and Dean, Rebecca, eds. Feminist and Queer Information Studies Reader. Sacramento, CA: Litwin Books, 2013.
  • Keilty, Patrick. “Sexual Boundaries and Subcultural Discipline.” Knowledge Organization 39.6 (2012): 417-431.

  • Keilty, Patrick. “Tagging and Sexual Boundaries.” Proceedings of the 2nd Milwaukee Conference on Ethics of Information Organization. Spec. issue
     Knowledge Organization 39.5 (2012): 320-324.
  • Keilty, Patrick. “Embodiment and Desire in Browsing Online Pornography.” Proceedings of the iConference 2012, Toronto, ON: 41-47.
  • Keilty, Patrick. “Tabulating Queer: Space, Perversion, and Belonging.” Knowledge Organization 36.4 (2009): 240-248.
For a complete list of publications, please consult my CV above. 
Access select publications online at my university's institutional repository

Traversing Technologies

Feminist and Queer Information Studies Reader

Reconfiguring Race, Gender, and Sexuality