Colin Koopman's book on the politics of data and its historical emergence was released by University of Chicago Press in June of 2019. The particular focus of How We Became Our Data is on what he calls the "informational person" and the information politics, or "infopolitics", in which we are all increasingly enrolled.

Prior to this, he wrote two books, one on pragmatism and one on genealogy -- both develop philosophical methodologies for contributions to political philosophy and critical inquiry.

His writings are most frequently update on his website at: http://pages.uoregon.edu/koopman/texts.html.