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Photo of a blue car beneath a cloudy sky along the Malecón Seawall in Havana, Cuba.

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Kellogg, Sam P. Blocked Ports: Sanctions and Software in Networked Cuba." Media Fields Journal no. 17 (2022).

Kellogg, Sam P. “The Mountain in the Machine: Optimization and the Landscapes of Machine Learning.” Culture Machine no. 20 (2021).

Kellogg, Sam P. “Networks in Contact, Networks in Conflict.” NACLA Report on the Americas 50, no. 2 (2018): 205-207.

Joel Lenin Pinargote Bravo, Rafael Beto Mpfumo, Luis Alejandro Madruga Milanés, Ximena Michelle Cueva, Gretel García Gómez, Amalia Gómez Marcheco, Alberto Fernández Oliva, Jeanna Neefe Matthews, Sam P. Kellogg. “Lessons from El Paquete, Cuba’s Offline Internet.” ACM SIGCAS Conference on Computing and Sustainable Societies 2018.

Kellogg, Sam P. “Tarjeterismo: Informal Interface Labor in Post-Thaw Cuba.” Beyond the Sugar Curtain: Tracing U.S.-Cuba Connections since 1959, no. 3 (2017). Español.

Kellogg, Sam P. “Digitizing Dissent: Cyborg Politics and Fluid Networks in Contemporary Cuban Activism.” Teknokultura 13, no. 1 (2016): 19–53.

> etc

Kellogg, Sam P. “The One Body Principle: A General Theory of Expedition Behavior.” In Studio D Radiodurans, Studio D Expedition Guide. Tokyo, Japan: Field Institute, 2018.

Kellogg, Sam P. “PCT—the Journey Is the Reward.” Portland, OR: The Southeast Examiner. January 1, 2015.