Vol. 15 No. 2 (2023): STS Encounters

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This special issue of STS Encounters contains one editorial and 12 articles:

(In alphabetical order) Peter Danholt, Julia Kirch Kirkegaard, Kasper Ostrowski, Irina Papazu: Introduction DASTS 2022 special issue

Anders Blok: ‘The Sustainable State’ of STS - Keynote at DASTS 2022

Steffen Dalsgaard, Rasmus Tyge Haarløv: Mobilising Uncertainties in Air Pollution Science in Copenhagen

Adam Veng, Irina Papazu, Mads Ejsing: Is Denmark a green entrepreneurial state? Mapping Danish climate politics between civic mobilization and business cooptation

Daniel Nordstrand Frantzen, Sophie Nyborg, Julia Kirch Kirkegaard: Taking a bird’s-eye view: infrastructuring bird-turbine relations during wind power controversies 

Marie Larsen Ryberg: The Benefit of the Doubt: Rethinking critique in/of scientific knowledge

Søren Sjøgren: War, PowerPoint, and hypnotised chickens - Standards and templates at work in a military staff

Hannah Star Rogers, Kristin D. Hussey, Louise Whiteley, Adam Bencard, Christopher Gad, Eduardo Abrantes: Curating Complexities in Art, Science, and Medicine: Art, Science, and Technology Studies (ASTS) in Public Practice

Nina Frahm, Kasper Hedegård Schiølin: Toward an ‘Ever Closer Union’ - The Making of AI-Ethics in the EU

Ruth Neubauer, Ksenija Kuzmina, Elke Bachlmair: Making the 3000m2 Prototype

Liam Healy: Everything is a prototype, but not at all in the same way - Towards an ecology of prototyping

Torben Elgaard Jensen, Ann-Sofie Thorsen: The Mixed Blessings of an Iterative Design Strategy - A case study of the handling of user representations

Peter Danholt: Thinking Participatory Design work-shops in the presence of cosmopolitics




Published: 2023-09-04