Solo-authored book:

Sonnevend, J. (2016). Stories without Borders: The Berlin Wall and the Making of a Global Iconic Event. New York: Oxford University Press.

Reviews: The Times Higher Education; Journal of Communication; Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism; Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly; Media, Culture & Society Translation: Hungarian (Corvina Publisher, forthcoming in 2018)

Edited volume:

Greenhow, C., Sonnevend J., & Agur, C. (Eds.). (2016). Education and Social Media:Toward a Digital Future. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Special issues in peer-reviewed journals:

Sonnevend, J. (2018). Media events today. Media, Culture & Society, doi: 10.1177/0163443717726014 (Introduction to special “crosscurrents” issue in honor of the 25th anniversary of Daniel Dayan’s and Elihu Katz’s Media Events: The Live Broadcasting of History).

Bodker, H., & Sonnevend, J. (Eds.) (2018). Special issue on “Shifting Temporalities of Journalism.” Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism.

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Sonnevend, J. (2020). A Virus as an icon: The 2020 pandemic in images. American Journal of Cultural Sociology, 12, 451-461.

Sonnevend, J. & Katz, Y. (2020). Capturing hearts: Charm, personal magnetism and the Iranian nuclear deal in the American and Israeli press. Journalism Studies, 21 (11), 1551–1570.

Sonnevend, J. & Kim, Y. (2020). An unlikely seducer: Kim Jong-un’s charm offensive from the PyeongChang Winter Olympics until the Trump-Kim summit. International Journal of Communication, 14, 1398–1420.

Sonnevend, J. (2019). Charm offensive: mediatized country image transformations in international relations. Information, Communication, & Society, 22(5), 695-701.

Sonnevend, J. (2018). Interruptions of time: The coverage of the missing Malaysian plane MH370 and the concept of ‘events’ in media researchJournalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism. (Advance online publication, doi: 10.1177/1464884916689154).

Sonnevend, J. (2018). The lasting charm of Media EventsMedia, Culture & Society (Advance online publication, doi: 10.1177/0163443717726013).

Sonnevend, J. (2015). “Symbol of Hope for a World Without Walls”: The Fall of the Berlin Wall as a Global Iconic Event. Divinatio, 39-40, 223-233 (also translated into Bulgarian)

Sonnevend, J. (2013). Counterrevolutionary icons: The representation of the 1956 ‘counterrevolution’ in the Hungarian communist pressJournalism Studies, 14(3), 336-354.

Sonnevend, J. (2010). Remembering through sharing. The New Everyday, 1(3) [online journal publication].

Peer-reviewed bibliography:

Sonnevend, J. (2017). Media Events. In Moy, P. (Ed.) Oxford Bibliographies in Communication. New York: Oxford University Press.

Other articles and book chapters:

Sonnevend, J. (2020). The East in You Never Leaves. In Laczó, F. & Gabrijelčič, L.L. (Eds.) The Legacy of Division: East and West After 1989. Budapest: CEU Press. [also published on Eurozine and Public Seminar, and translated into Slovene]

Sonnevend, J. (2018). Facts (Almost) Never Win Over Myths. In Boczkowski, P. & Papacharissi, Z. (Eds.) Trump and the Media (pp. 87-93). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Sonnevend, J. (May 25, 2017). Our New Walls: The Rise of Separation Barriers in the Age of Globalization. E-International Relations (also published on Public Seminar).

Sonnevend, J. (2016). Event. In Peters, B. (Ed.), Digital Keywords: A Vocabulary of Information Society and Culture (pp. 109-118). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.

Sonnevend, J. (2016). More Hope! Ceremonial Media Events Are Still Powerful in the Twenty-First Century. In Fox, A. (Ed.), Global Perspectives on Media Events in Contemporary Society (pp. 132-141). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Balkin, J. M., & Sonnevend, J. (2016). The Digital Transformation of Education. In Greenhow, C., Sonnevend, J., & Agur, C. (Eds.), Education and social media: Toward a digital future (pp. 9-25). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Sonnevend, J. (2013). Iconoclash, or how to become “friends of interpretable objects?” Read Bruno Latour! In J. Elkins, K. McGuire, M. Burns, A. Chester, & J. Kuennen (Eds.), Theorizing Visual Studies: Writing Through the Discipline (pp. 131-34). New York, London: Routledge.

Sonnevend, J. (2012). Iconic rituals: Towards a social theory of encountering images. In J. C. Alexander, D. Bartmanski & B. Giesen (Eds.), Iconic power: Materiality and Meaning in Social Life (pp. 219-233). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.