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Out now: Representation in Scientific Practice Revisited (MIT Press)

by Sarah de Rijcke 23 March 2014

Representation in Scientific Practice, published by the MIT Press in 1990, helped coalesce a long-standing interest in scientific visualization among historians, philosophers, and sociologists of science and remains a touchstone for current investigations in science and technology studies. This volume … Continue reading

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Out now: Representation in Scientific Practice Revisited (MIT Press)

by Sarah de Rijcke 23 March 2014

Representation in Scientific Practice, published by the MIT Press in 1990, helped coalesce a long-standing interest in scientific visualization among historians, philosophers, and sociologists of science and remains a touchstone for current investigations in science and technology studies. This volume … Continue reading

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Archival Practices and Network Realism

by Anne Beaulieu 12 January 2010

With great pleasure, I’ve been reading Martin Hand‘s book Making Digital Cultures. It is a very rich account of practices that constitute digital cultures, with practices to be understood in a layered, complex sense. It’s been great to think about our investigation of database practices in relation to the concepts and fieldwork laid out by [...]

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Fieldwork is not what it used to be

by Anne Beaulieu 1 November 2009

The book has been on my desk for a while, waiting for the perfect reading motivation that is the reading group. I’m now a couple of chapters in… enough to be quite intrigued about the book’s aims. It takes on … Continue reading

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