Cfp: 7th Information Infrastructure and Innovation (III) Workshop


Deadline: 31st May, 2024

We promote engagement and distinctive analytical style addressing information infrastructures: fiercely empirical; conceptually dynamic with a focus on mid-range theory; paying detailed attention to the material; engaging with both immediate and broader, longer-term developments; concerned with how things might be done otherwise; interested in power, structure and agency.  Our interest is in the forms of social order created and/or maintained through information infrastructures, prompted by the societal embedding of information infrastructures, their operation, and outcomes. We promote work that mobilises and resonates the approach outlined above in novel, interesting ways to empirically explore the landscape and manifestations of evolving digitalization in society.

Published: 02/09/2024