Two collections of poetry and artwork produced by students and staff at FASoS, Maastricht University.
New book edited by Karin Bijsterveld, with contributions from Maastricht STS colleagues.
This new collection explores different aspects of digital humanism. It builds on a series of lectures and workshops held in Vienna in 2020-21.
new book about techno-imaginaries, focused on the Piazza Virtuale project on interactive television
Interview with Sally Wyatt about open and FAIR data
Astrid Mager and Christian Katzenbach have jointly edited a special issue of New Media & Society, called: “We Are on a Mission”. Exploring Future Imaginaries in the Making and Governing of Digital Technology. I have contributed a short article in which I re-visit some of the early and recurring metaphors used to capture the internet […]
Claudia Egher interviewed me about my writing process. The interview has been published in the journal Somatosphere.
Watch Wiebe Bijker’s valedictory lecture, and read about what his colleagues made for him. Book and music.
While some colleagues were doing fieldwork for the Making Clinical Sense project, we wrote postcards to each other. They documented observations, ideas, dilemmas, puzzles, and everyday happenings. Of course they are short, capturing moments of observation or questions or a short greeting. But as we have learned in our project, from studying how doctors learn […]
Earlier this year, the corona virus started to take its toll around the world. It affects people’s health and daily lives, and healthcare systems. The economic well-being of individuals, companies, sectors and countries are threatened. This short article draws on input provided by early career researchers involved in the Digital Society Programme (that involves all […]