References SDSU talk Nov 8, 2017

The below list contains references for my talk on “Why humanists should care about infrastructure” on November 8 at San Diego State University. Work in progress – references will be added until the time of the talk.

Ayers, E. L. (2009). Where the humanities live. Dædalus, 36(2005), 24–34.

Balsalmo, Anne. 2011. Designing Culture. Duke University Press.

Borgman, C. L. (2009). “The Digital Future is Now: A call to action for the humanities”. Digital Humanities Quarterly , 3(4), 1–30.

Bowker, G. C. (2016). “How Knowledge Infrastructures Learn”. In P. Harvey, C. Bruun Jensen, & A. Morita (Eds.), Infrastructures and Social Complexity: A Companion. (pp. 391–403). Taylor and Francis.

Davis, Angela. “How Does Change Happen?”. Lecture at UC Davis, Oct 10, 2006.

D’Ignazio, Catherine. 2015. “What would feminist data visualization look like?”. MIT Center for Civic Media.

Drucker, Johanna., & Svensson, Patrik. 2016. “The Why and How of Middleware”. Digital Humanities Quarterly, 10(2).

Dodson, J. (2009). “The “Infrastructure Turn” in Australian Metropolitan Spatial Planning”. International Planning Studies, 14(2), 109–123.

Drabinski, E. (2017). “How do we change the table?” Retrieved November 7, 2017, from

Jeremijenko, N. 2016. “Creative Agency and the Space Race of the 21st Century: Towards a Museum of Natural Futures”. DIS ’16 Proceedings of the 2016 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems.

Jules, B. (2017). “Let the People Lead: Supporting Sustainability vs Dependency Models for Funding Community-Based Archives”. Retrieved November 7, 2017, from

Marx, L. (2010). “Technology The Emergence of a Hazardous Concept”. Technology and Culture Social Research, 51(3), 561–577.

Mattern, S. (2007). The New Downtown Library: Designing with New Communities. Minneapolis Minn.: University of Minnesota Press.

McPherson, Tara. 2014. “Designing for Difference”, Differences, Volume 25, Number 1: 177-188.

Mukerji, C. (2015). Impossible Engineering: Technology and Territoriality on the Canal du Midi. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Robles-Anderson, Erica, & Svensson, Patrik. 2016. “‘One Damn Slide After Another’: PowerPoint at Every Occasion for Speech. Computational Culture”, (5).

“On the Occasion of the Inauguration of the Whitney Humanities Center. Yale University, February 4, 1981”. (1981). Yale University.

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