Fernanda Rosa, an assistant professor in the Department of Science, Technology, and Society, published “Internet Interconnection Infrastructure: Lessons from the Global South,” Internet Policy Review Journal 10.4 (2021); “Made in Brazil: Conspiracy Theory and the Flow of Information in One-To-One Whatsapp Conversations,” Revista Prelúdios 9.9 (2020): 225–40; “The More Things Change: Who Gets Left Behind as Remix Goes Mainstream?” in the Routledge Handbook of Remix Studies and Digital Humanities, ed. Eduardo Navas, Owen Gallagher, and xtine burrough (London, United Kingdom, and New York, New York: Routledge, 2021), pp. 36–52, with Maggie Clifford and Aram Sinnreich; and “Letramento digital: significados existentes e a proposição de um conceito” (Digital Literacy: Current meanings and the Proposition of a Concept), Internet e Saúde no Brasil: desafios e tendências, ed. André Pereira Neto and Matthew B. Flynn (São Paulo: Cultura Acadêmica, 2020), pp. 445–72, with Maria Carolina Nogueira Dias.