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Duygu Kasdogan, Pedro de la Torre III and Kim Fortun. 2020. TRANSnational STS COVID-19 Project. STS-Disaster Research Network.

About the T-D-STS COVID-19 Project

The TRANSnational-STS Covid-19 Project brings together researchers in the interdisciplinary field of Science and Technology Studies (STS) to follow and analyze COVID-19 as it plays out in different settings. The project will have digital work space , share a Zotero bibliography and connect through...Read more

Working on the T-D-STS COVID-19 Project

- Apply to participate. Applications will be approved on a rolling basis. The Design Group will send you an email once you are approved then you can register for our digital workspace. - Register to join our digital workspace using the “register” link in the top right corner here of this page. The...Read more

T-D-STS COVID-19 Project Shared Bibliographies

See (and ask to join) shared project bibiographies supporting Disaster-STS research on COVID-19 , and Transnational STS.Read more

Disaster STS Network

The Disaster-STS Network links researchers from around the world working to understand, anticipate and respond to disaster, fast and slow. Current projects focuses on Quotidian Anthropocenes and on teaching Environmental Injustice. An instance of the Platform for Experimental Collaborative...Read more

Platform for Experimental, Collaborative Ethnography

The Platform for Experimental, Collaborative Ethnography (PECE) is a free and open source (Drupal-based) digital platform that supports multi-sited, cross-scale ethnographic and historical research. PECE provides a place to archive and share primary data, facilitates analytic collaboration, and...Read more

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Project News

Join T-D-STS COVID-19 Collaboration Calls

Fridays, 8am PDT (see time conversions)

Friday, May 22: Governing Places and Compound Vulnerabilities.  READ MORE 

Friday, May 29:  Theorizing Place and COVID-19

Friday, June 5: COVID Perceptions: Matter and Methods

See log of past Collaboration Calls. 


Log of Past COVID Collaboration Calls

COVID-COLLABORATION CALLS Integrative Calls Friday, May 15: COVID-19 + Postcolonial Theory (with collaborative reading of Spivak's "Subaltern Studies: Deconstructing Historiography." READ MORE Friday, May 8: COVID-19 and Education. READ MORE Friday, May 1: Collaborative reading of Climate Leviathan...Read more

Click above to read about ways COVID-19 is depending on and prompting the development of data, data infrastructure and data visualization capacites. We're also tracking data divergences and contestations.