STS Spaces and Places: ESTS 2023 Thematic Collection

This essay presents data artifacts across the thematic collection on STS Spaces and Places for Issue 9.1 of the 4S journal, Engaging Science, Technology and Society.

Curation Statement

This issue includes data connected the Thematic Collection "STS Spaces and Places," edited by ESTS Associate Editors, Duygu Kaşdoğan and Angela Okune. Developed in extensive interaction with each other over more than two years, the essays in this collection from EcuadorKenyaTurkey, and Japan reflect on the field of STS in and from different location. In addition to the data linked to each contribution, the associated data also includes an interview with Aalok Khandekar and Kim Fortun and a series of commentaries by Michael M. J. Fischer.

List of authors

Duygu Kaşdoğan, Angela Okune, Belén Albornoz, Leonida Mutuku, Aybike Alkan, Maral Erol, Gergely Mohacsi, Grant Jun Otsuki, Émile St. Pierre, Michael M. J. Fischer, Vivette García-Deister, Aalok Khandekar, Kim Fortun

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October 5, 2020

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Angela Okune, Duygu Kasdogan, María Belén Albornoz, Leo Mutuku, Aybike Alkan, Maral Erol, Gergely Mohacsi, Grant Jun Otsuki, Emile St-Pierre, Michael MJ Fischer, Aalok Khandekar, Kim Fortun and Engaging Science, Technology, and Society. 5 October 2020, "STS Spaces and Places: ESTS 2023 Thematic Collection", Engaging Science, Technology, and Society (ESTS) Journal, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 19 November 2023, accessed 23 July 2024. https://stsinfrastructures.org/content/sts-spaces-and-places-ests-2023-thematic-collection