Blackwell, L., Dimond, J., Schoenebeck, S., and Lampe, C. (in press). “Classification and its Consequences for Online Harassment: Design Insights from HeartMob.” Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction. 

Ellison, N., Blackwell, L., Lampe, C., and Trieu, P. (2016). “’The question exists, but you don’t exist with it’: Strategic anonymity in the social lives of adolescents.” Social Media + Society.


Blackwell, L., Hardy, J., Ammari, T., Veinot, T., Lampe, C., and Schoenebeck, S. (2016). LGBT Parents and Social Media: Advocacy, Privacy, and Disclosure during Shifting Social Movements.” In Proceedings of the 34th Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’16). San Jose, CA. May 7–12, 2016. (23% acceptance rate.) Best Paper Honorable Mention. 

Blackwell, L., Gardiner, E., and Schoenebeck, S. (2016). “Managing Expectations: Technology Tensions among Parents and Teens.” In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW ’16). San Francisco, CA. Feb 27–Mar 2, 2016. (25% acceptance rate.)

Schoenebeck, S., Ellison, N., Blackwell, L., Bayer, J., and Falk, E. (2016). “Backstalking, Impression Management, and Play: How Young Adults Look Back on their Teen Facebook Use.” In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW ’16). San Francisco, CA. Feb 27–Mar 2, 2016. (25% acceptance rate.)

other work


Blackwell, L. & Venkatesh, S. (2017). “We Can’t Prevent Online Harassment Until We Understand ‘Harassers.’” Presented at the 2017 Facebook UX Research Summit (UsERS). Menlo Park, CA. Aug 7-9, 2017.

Blackwell, L., Ashktorab, Z., Lo, K., and Richards, A. “Understanding Online Harassment: Definitions, Ethics, and Prevention.” Paper presented at the 2016 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing (GHC ‘16). Houston, TX. Oct 19-21, 2016. (18% acceptance rate.)

Ellison, N., Blackwell, L., Trieu, P., Lampe, C., and Morioka, T. “Anonymous Online Interaction and its Benefits for Adolescents.” Paper presented at the 2016 Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA ‘16). Fukuoka, Japan. June 9-13, 2016. (46% acceptance rate.)


Marwick, A., Blackwell, L., & Lo, K. (2016). Best Practices for Conducting Risky Research and Protecting Yourself from Online Harassment (Data & Society Guide). New York: Data & Society Research Institute.


Lenhart, A., Marwick, A., Milner, R., Phillips, W., Blackwell, L., & Miltner, K. “Malicious Scripts: Investigating Online Harassment and Networked Abuse.” Presented at the 2017 Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA ’17). San Diego, CA. May 25-29, 2017. (45% acceptance rate.)


Blackwell, L. (2017). “Understanding Online Harassment: Interventions Influenced by Theories of Justice.” In workshop: Conceptualizing, Creating, & Controlling Constructive and Controversial Comments: A CSCW Research-athon (CSCW ’17). Portland, OR. Feb 26, 2017.


Blackwell, L. & Venkatesh, S. (2017). “Understanding People Who Engage in Online Harassment.” Presented at the 2017 Facebook UX Research Summit (UsERS). Menlo Park, CA. Aug 7-9, 2017.

Blackwell, L. (2017). “Designing Civil Futures: Online Harassment Interventions Influenced by Theories of Justice.” Presented at the 2017 Human Computer Interaction Consortium (HCIC ’17). Watsonville, CA. June 25-29, 2017.