The STS on Edge event series invites scholars in different localities -- especially those with nascent STS communities -- into dialogue with STS scholars from other places. The aim is to learn about STS-related problems in different places, how local scholars are involved in addressing them, and how the STS community can support their work. The series is designed to extend the scope of STS in ways that are decolonizing, democratizing and actively supportive of colleagues in especially challenging environments.
The Bibliodiversity Project of the T-STS Network contributes to the decolonization of STS by building a shared and accessible STS bibliography that actively works against knowledge imperialism and the dominance of EuroAmerican perspectives.
The aim of the Transnational STS Publishing Group is to strengthen the theory and practice of STS publishing through sustained dialogue and collaboration among STS editors and allies. The group brings together journal, book series, and blog editors, people developing new forms of STS publishing, and all interested in the design and politics of STS publishing. The group welcomes both experienced and emerging publishing practitioners. The Transnational STS Publishing Group is collaboratively convened by the Transnational STS Network and the Engaging Science, Technology and Society Editorial Collective.