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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 focus on Quotidian Anthropocenes , COVID-19 and Environmental Injustice. An instance of the Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography...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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The Transnational Disaster STS Project brings together cultural analysts in the interdisciplinary fields of Science and Technology Studies to track and analyze COVID-19 as it impacts different settings around the world.  

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Join Upcoming Collaboration Calls

TWICE MONTHLY, FIRST & THIRD FRIDAYS

6-7:30AM PT See time conversions.  

Email Kim Fortun for Zoom link (kfortun@uci.edu). 

agendas TBA

Friday, September 18

Friday, October 2

Friday, October 16 

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