Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
 Yana Boeva, Ellen K. Foster. "Making Sense of Place: Research Reflections from Two Multi-sited Ethnographies." Making Futures Journal, Vol. 5.
 Yana Boeva, Ellen K. Foster. “Making: On Being and Becoming Expert.” Interaction Design and Architecture(s) Journal — IxD&A, 30, pp. 65-74.
 Yana Boeva, Devon Elliott, Edward Jones-Imhotep, Shezan Muhammedi, and William J. Turkel. “Doing History by Reverse Engineering Electronic Devices”. In: Making Things and Drawing Boundaries: Experiments in the Digital Humanities, edited by Jentery Sayers, University of Minnesota Press.
 Unreal Objects: Digital Materialities, Technoscientific Projects and Political Realities by Kate O'Riordan, Pluto Press, 2017. LSE Review of Books.
 Disrupt This! MOOCs and the Promise of Technology by Karen Head, University Press of New England, 2017. LSE Review of Books.
 Shifting Practices: Reflections on Technology, Practice, and Innovation by Giovan Francesco Lanzara, MIT Press, 2016. Science and Public Policy, 45(2), 04/2018, pp. 283-284.
 Yana Boeva. “The Confluence of Design and STS: Reflecting Disciplinary Positions and/or Situatedness.” EASST Review, Vol. 37 (4), December 2016.
 Yana Boeva. "Critical Fabulations: Ways of Storytelling with Daniela Rosner in Review and in Conversation." 4S Backchannels Blog, 23.07.2018.
 Yana Boeva. "How to Be Critical by Design? Notes on a Meeting of Different Epistemologies." 4S Backchannels Blog, 09.07.2018.
 Yana Boeva. "Historical (In)Sensibilities I: Historicizing STS Methods." Transmissions: An SSS Companion Blog, 16.09.2017.
 Yana Boeva, Bruno Chies. “Yet Another Industrial Revolution — A Dialogue on Tensions in Digital Fabrication.” EASST Review, Vol. 35 (4), December 2016.
"Structures of Emancipation in Design-Centered Makerspaces." Meetings: Making Science, Technology and Society Together. EASST 2018 Conference, July 25-28, Lancaster, UK.
Panel "Situating Designs" (co-convenor). Meetings: Making Science, Technology and Society Together. EASST 2018 Conference, July 25-28, Lancaster, UK.
Special Issue Launch: DISEÑA #12 "Pedagogical Experiments with STS in Design Studio Courses” (invited guest commentator). Meetings: Making Science, Technology and Society Together. EASST 2018 Conference, July 25-28, Lancaster, UK.
"Resistance to Functional Performance." Functional Failures, Operative Fakes & Tenuous Techniques Workshop, Nov 21-23, Critical Media Lab Basel, CH.
“Making Sense of Place: Research Reflections from Two Multi-sited Ethnographies,” with Ellen K. Foster. Making Futures International Research Conference, Sept 21-22, Plymouth, UK.
“Reconstructing Historical Regimes of Design and Production in Digital Fabrication.” Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S), Aug 30-Sept 2, Boston, MA.
“Process over Form: Making Design Visible with Participatory Making." SPT 2017: The Grammar of Things — 20th conference of the Society for Philosophy and Technology, June 14-17 at Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany.
“Emancipatory Infrastructure in Shared Machine Shops Down the Line?” 16th STS Conference: Critical Issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies, May 8-9, Graz, Austria.
“Materializing Design by Means of Making.” Spring University: “CAx: Dimensions of Computer-Aid in Architecture, Biological Sciences, Design and Medicine”, April 3-7 at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
“Dismantling Design’s Social Boundaries with Craft and Making.” 4S/EASST Conference 2016: Science and Technology by Other Means, Aug 31-Sept 3, Barcelona. Received: EASST Conference Grant.
“Opening the Walled Gardens of Design with Participatory Maker Technology.” Track 25: From Countercultural to Commercial — Social Change and Sustainability in Making and Design (track convenor). 15th STS Conference: Critical Issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies, May 9-10, Graz, Austria.
“Of Making New and Improving Old: Tinkering as Design”. Annual Meeting of the Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S), Nov 14-17, Denver, CO. .
“Tinkering as Design: Users as Designers Repurposing Obsolescence”. Annual Meeting of the Society for the History of Technology (SHOT), Oct 8-11, Albuquerque, NM. Received: Women in Technological History Travel Award, SHOT Travel Grant.