A sociomaterial approach to public/private boundaries in IT gov outsourcing

February 19, 2021

How can information systems de facto rearrange boundaries between the Public and the Private, at the very micro level and […]

“Identification as Translation” now open access on Social Studies of Science

February 12, 2021

Identification at the border has usually been conceived of as a matter of bilateral and unmediated relationship with the State, […]

Peace letter to SARS-CoV-2

December 16, 2020

Dear SARS-CoV-2, Like other 74 million specimens of homo sapiens in the world as of today, I have been chosen […]

Out now: Paper on COVID19 and Invisible Populations on Big Data and Society

August 10, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic invites a question about how long-standing narratives of alterity and current narratives of disease are entwined and […]

My review of N. Marres’ Digital Sociology

August 10, 2020

Noortje Marres and I have recently published on Information, Communication and Society two cross-reviews of our recent books. You can […]

The dilemma of making migrants visible to COVID-19 counting

May 29, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic requires reconsidering the relationship between data and invisible populations as a form of de facto civil inclusion. […]