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The dilemma of making migrants visible to COVID-19 counting
The COVID-19 pandemic requires reconsidering the relationship between data and invisible populations as a form of de facto civil inclusion.Read more.
Nature’s wrath or shaming the victim? Beyond an ethics of shame in times of COVID-19
A shorter version of this commentary is published as Pelizza, Annalisa. (2020). Blame is in the eye of the beholder:Read more.
“Processing Alterity, Enacting Europe” now out on STHV
Annalisa’s new article, a foundational contribution to the Processing Citizenship ERC project, has just been published open access by Science,Read more.
“Communities at a Crossroads” book is out!
How to conceptualize online sociability in the 21st century? To answer this question, Communities at a Crossroads looks back atRead more.
First PC publication on EASST Review
And here we are, ready with the first publication by Processing Citizenship. The project’s PI, A. Pelizza, has indeed contributedRead more.
Recovering linguistics to understand data circulation. On my new article “Disciplining Change, Displacing Frictions”
Data acquire meaning through circulation. Yet most approaches to high-quality data aim to flatten this stratification of meanings. In government,Read more.
New article of blockchains, innovation policy and Bitcoin controversy is out at Springer’s Handbook of Cyber-Development
The shift from governance of to governance by information infrastructures has major implications for innovation policy. With algorithmic governance, regimesRead more.
New article on ICT failures in government published in Administration and Society
A new article by Rob Hoppe and me – “Birth of a Failure” is now out on Administration and Society!Read more.
New article on the ‘Vectorial Glance’ published in Science, Technology and Human Values
My new article “Developing the Vectorial Glance” is now out on Science, Technology and Human Values!Read more.