See below for a list of sources/references for my talk on “Infrastructures for a Reimagined Humanities” at ASU on February 2, 2017 (organized in order of appearance). More information about the talk here. More references may be added later.
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“Welcome to the Proteomics Core Facility!”, Umeå University. Accessed October 22, 2016.
Mähler, R. and Snickars, P. “SpotiBot—Turing Testing Spotify”. Article under review.
D’Ignazio, Catherine. 2015. “What would feminist data visualization look like?”. MIT Center for Civic Media.
Hathcock, April. 2016. “Open But Not Equal: Open Scholarship for Social Justice”, Talk Graduate Center February 5, 2016 (text from February 8).
Ratto, Matt. “Making in an Age of Geo-Engineering”, manuscript.
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Jackson, Steven J. 2016. “Temporalities of Breakdown, Maintenance, and Repair”. In Wajcman, Judy and Dodd, Nigel (eds.) The Sociology of Speed: Digital, Organizational, and Social Temporalities. Oxford University Press.
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Scott-Webber, Lennie. 2004. IN SYNC: Environmental Behavior Research and the Design of Learning Spaces. MI: SCUP.
Sousanis, Nick. 2015. Unflattening. Harvard University Press.
Shannon Mattern. 2007. The New Downtown Library: Designing with Communities. University of Minnesota Press.
Mead, Margaret and Byers, Paul. 1968. The Small Conference: An Innovation in Communications. Paris & The Hague: Mouton & Co.