Join the Disaster STS Network's TRANSnational-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/across different settings. The project has a digital work space, shares a Zotero bibliography and connects through an email list and Zoom video conferencing.

We invite project participants to adopt one or more of the project’s shared research questions to address in a particular setting, or across settings. Alternatively (or additionally) participants can adopt a setting (at any scale), responding to all questions of interest. Participants can also add research questions, or respond to questions with a pointer to comparative examples or relevant theory and concepts. In other words: there are many ways to participate, in delimited or extensive ways.


To learn more about the project, visit: https://disaster-sts-network.org/content/transnational-sts-covid-19-project/essay

Please use the same email address you would like to use to register for disaster-sts-network.org.
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In applying to participate in this project, I recognize that 1) The project is designed to create public knowledge resources and new methods and infrastructures for creating such resources. As such, it depends on deep cooperation among participants, openness to diverse ideas and generous investment in the public good. 2) This is an experimental, low-budget knowledge project that will require flexibility, cooperative effort, and patience with logistical changes and problems; 3) This is a collaborative project so credit for creative products resulting from the project will often be be shared; author/s are free to re-use their own contributions elsewhere and are encouraged to share other people's work, with attribution. 4) The project is led by a Design Group that has the responsibility and authority to oversee participation in the project, intervening as needed to meet project goals. Participation in the project is contingent on respectful relationships with other participants, compassionate sensibilities, and high ethical standards. Participation can be revoked by the Design Group at any time.
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