Tiidenberg, K., Abidin, C., Hendry, N.A. (2021). Tumblr. Polity Books. Wiley and Sons.

Launched in 2007, tumblr became a safe haven for LGBT youth, social justice movements, and a counseling station for mental health issues. Katrin Tiidenberg, Natalie Ann Hendry, and Crystal Abidin offer the first systematic guide to tumblr and its crucial role in shaping internet culture.


Tiidenberg, K., van der Nagel, E. (2021). Seks ja sotsiaalmeedia. Argo Kirjastus.  (Sex and Social Media translation)

An Estonian translation of "Sex and Social Media" by Katrin Tiidenberg and Emily van der Nagel

Tiidenberg, K., Van der Nagel, E (2020). Sex and Social Media. Emerald. Society Now Books.

Sex is not only on social media but social media shapes how we do and think about sex. What practices, norms, anxieties and identities arise when the two intersect? Based on years of research on various sexual social media practices on different platforms Sex and Social Media offers a curious reader an academically informed yet accessible discussion of the nuances of sexual social media and socially mediated sex.

Tiidenberg, K. (2018). Selfies: Why we Love (and Hate) Them. Emerald Society Now Books.

This book brings a rich and nuanced analysis of selfie culture. It shows how selfies gain their meanings, illustrates different selfie practices, explores how selfies make us feel and why they have the power to make us feel anything, and unpacks how selfie practices and selfie-related norms have changed or might change in the future.

Tiidenberg, Katrin (2017). Ihu ja hingega internetis, kuidas mõista sotsiaalmeediat? (Body and Soul on the internet, making sense of social media). Tallinn: Tallinna Ülikooli Kirjastus.

Katrin Tiidenberg's "Body and Soul on the internet, making sense of social media" is the first Estonian-language insight into internet and social media research.