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Research areas:

Science and technology studies (STS), anthropology of science and technology

Current empirical topics:  development, environmental science, infrastructure

Keywords: practical ontology, naturecultures, multinaturalism, recursive anthropology, lateral anthropology

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Summer 2015 – Visiting Professor, Jinbunken, Kyoto University

Winter 2014 – 2019 Honorary Fellow, School of Management, University of Leicester

Fall 2009- 2014 Associate professor, Technologies in Practice Group, The IT-University of Copenhagen

Fall 2008-2009 Guest associate professor, Technologies in Practice Group, The IT-University of Copenhagen

Spring 2008 – Associate Professor in Sociotechnical Studies of Organization, Copenhagen Business School

Fall 2006 – Assistant Professor in Organization, Copenhagen Business School

Fall 2005 – Summer 2006: Assistant Professor in Communication and Learning, Department of Information and Media Studies, University of Aarhus, Denmark

Fall 2004 – Summer 2005: Postdoctoral Fellow at the ACTION for Health Research Project, School of Communication, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Fall 2000 – Summer 2001: Amanuensis, Aarhus University, Denmark

Fall 1999 – Summer 2000: Instructor, Aarhus University, Denmark

EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Information and Media Studies, University of Aarhus, 2004.

Dissertation: Experimental Devices: Studies in STS and Electronic Patient Records.

Committee: Randi Markussen, Finn Olesen, Geoffrey C. Bowker (then Santa Clara University) and Steven D. Brown (then Loughborough University)

M.A. in Information and Media Studies, University of Aarhus, 2000.

TEACHING

University of Aarhus, Denmark

Undergraduate:

Organisational Analysis (2000-1)

Organizational Communication (2005)

Graduate

STS, Normativity, and Politics (2001)

Information Studies in Practice and Empirical Philosophy (2004)

Communication and Learning (2005)

Globalization, Communication, and Technology (2006)

Environments of Learning: Digital Media and Mediated Communication (2006)

Copenhagen Business School

Undergraduate:

Theories of Science and Technology (2006-7)

Organization Theory (2006-7)

Foundations and Methods of Business Studies (2007)

Videnskabsteori (Ha-Psyk) (2008)

Graduate

Organizational Design (2007)

Introduction to Sustainable Business (2007)

Organisation og ledelse som kommunikation (2007)

IT-University of Copenhagen

Undergraduate

Society and Technology (2010-) *With Laura Watts. Best teaching evaluation of the ITU, fall 2010

Graduate

Globalization, Culture and Technology (2009)

Globalization, Organization and Communication (2010-)

Master

Organisatorisk implementering (Organizational implementation) (2009)

Osaka University 

Master

Culture, Knowledge and Technology (2012->)

Ph.D.-courses, teaching

Metodologi i organisationsanalyser, Copenhagen Business School, February 18-22, 2007

Ethnography and Technology in Relation to Gilles Deleuze’s Philosophy, IT-University of Copenhagen, May 7-9, 2007

Contemporary Social Theory in Studies of Natural Resource Management: Power and Participation, University of Copenhagen, LIFE, May 25-28, 2010

Trusting Information, IT University of Copenhagen, October 10-12, 2011 (organizer)

Introduction to Medical Science and Technology Studies, University of Copenhagen, Center for Science, Technology and Medicine, November 31, 2011

PH.D. – SUPERVISION

Main Supervisor

Sara Malou Strandvad (2009) Inspirations for a New Sociology of Art. Copenhagen Business School, Department of Organization.

Annegrete Juul Nielsen (2010) Traveling Technologies and the Transformation of Health Care Copenhagen Business School, Department of Organization.

Karen Boll (2011) Taxing Assemblages: Laborious and Meticulous Achievements of Tax Compliance. IT University of Copenhagen, Technologies in Practice Group.

Antonia Caitlin Walford (2013) Transforming Data: An Ethnography of Scientific Data from the Brazilian Amazon. IT University of Copenhagen, Technologies in Practice Group.

 

Co-Supervisor

Birgitte Gorm Hansen (2011) Adapting in the Knowledge Economy: Lateral Strategies for Scientists and Those Who Study Them. Copenhagen Business School, Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy.

Anja Svejgaard Pors (2012) Iværksættelse af kommunikation – patientfigurer i hospitalets strategiske kommunikation (Deployment of Communication: Patient Figures in the Hospital’s Strategic Communication). Copenhagen Business School, Department of Organization.

Helene Ratner (2012) Promises of Reflexivity: Managing and Researching Inclusive Schools. Copenhagen Business School, Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy

PH.D. – COMMITTEES

 1. opponent for Robert Bye, Lærende Bygninger – Nøkkelfærdige Brukere? Bruk, brukermedvirkning og energieffektivisering i yrkesbygg, Norges teknisk-naturvidenskabelige universitet (NTNU), Det historisk-filosofiske fakultet. Trondheim, January 2008.

 1. opponent for Anthea Nicholls, The Social Life of the Computer in Ramingining. Charles Darwin University, Faculty of Education, Health and Science, Darwin, Australia, December 2009.

 1. opponent for Mark Egan, Engineering Affect: An Ethnography of Space Science, Leicester University, Faculty of Social Science, Department of Management, Leicester, UK, November 2011.

Opponent for Su-Yin Hor, Patient Safety and Accountability: A Study of Mess and Multiplicity. University of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Sydney, Australia, May 2011.

 1. opponent for Rachel Douglas-Jones, Locating Ethics: Capacity Building, Ethics Review and Research Governance Across Asia. Durham University, Department of Anthropology, UK, February 2013.

ADMINISTRATIVE

Copenhagen Business School

Program co-ordinator for Strategy, Organization and Leadership (SOL) (2007)

Co-ordinator for the minor in Sustainable Business (2007)

IT University of Copenhagen

 Ph.D Study board (2008-2013)

 Head of Group (temporary) Technologies in Practice (2012 fall)

REVIEWS AND EDITING

Editorial board:

Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies (2008 – )

HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory (2011 – )

Mattering Press (2012-)

Science, Technology and Human Values (2008 – )

STS Encounters (2008- )

Reviewer:

AI & Society

Anthropological Quarterly

Cambridge Anthropology

Cultural Anthropology

Current Anthropology

Distinktion: Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory

East Asian Science, Technology and Society

Ethnography

Environment and Planning D

HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory

Health Policy

Information, Technology and People

Millennium: Journal of International Studies

Nordisk tidsskrift for informationsvidenskab og kulturformidling

Organization

Philosophia Scientiae

Philosophy and Technology

Qualitative Studies

Scandinavian Journal of Management

Science and Public Policy

Science as Culture

Science, Technology and Human Values

Social Studies and Medicine

Social Studies of Science

Sociology of Health and Illness

STS Encounters

Subjectivity

Tidsskrift for arbejdsliv

Theory, Culture and Society

Book manuscript reviewer:

Berghahn Press

Grant proposal reviewer:

Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council

FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS

Wenner-Grenn support for Hope and Insufficiency: Capacity Building in Ethnographic Comparison, 27-29, 2015. (Rachel Douglas-Jones, Justin Shaffner, Casper Bruun Jensen & Brit Ross Winthereik). $ 19.210.

Research grant Indigenous Knowledges and Modern Science funded by JSPS 2013-2017 (PI: Keiichi Omura).

Research grant Environmental Infrastructures funded by JSPS 2012-2016 (PI w. Atsuro Morita). Winner of Presidential Award, Osaka University, 2013.

Research exchange grant Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science. Osaka University, 2011.

Research network grant for Environmental Infrastructures project. Funded by the Global Collaboration Center, Osaka University, 2009.

Visiting Scholar at the School of Management, Johns Hopkins University, 2004.

Research Scholar at the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Science and Cultural Theory, Duke University, 2003.

Visiting Scholar at the Technoscience Research Group, Department of Philosophy, SUNY at Stony Brook, 1998-9.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

(2011) Organizing committee 4S/EASST 2012 Copenhagen.

(2007-) Member of executive committee of DASTS

(2006-7) Substitute for the executive committee of DASTS

(2006) Co-founder Danish Association for Science and Technology Studies (DASTS)

(2002) Organizing committee of the 2nd European SLS (Science and Literature) Conference Experimenting Arts and Sciences, University of Aarhus, May 2002.

(2002) Member of the expert panel for the citizen project on Electronic Patient records organized by the Danish Board of Technology.

(2002) Co-founder of Center for STS-studies at Department of Information of Information- & Media Studies, University of Aarhus.

(2003) Participant in the Science, Technology, and Governance in Europe (STAGE) EU Research Network. (EU FP5: contract HPSE-CT2001-50003).

CONFERENCE, CONFERENCE SESSION AND PANEL ORGANIZATION

(2015) Wenner-Grenn workshop Hope and Insufficiency: Capacity Building in Ethnographic Comparison, 27-29, 2015. Organized by Rachel Douglas-Jones, Justin Shaffner, Casper Bruun Jensen & Brit Ross Winthereik.

(2014) Organized panels (with Atsuro Morita) Multiple Nature-Cultures, Diverse Anthropologies, IUAES/JASCA, Chiba, Japan, May 2014.

(2012) Organized sessions (with Birgitte Gorm Hansen) Lateral Moves in STS at the 4S/EASST Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark 2012.

(2012) Organized sessions (with Atsuro Morita, Anders Blok and Brit Ross Winthereik) Environmental Infrastructures I-IV at the 4S/EASST Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark 2012.

(2010) Organized sessions (with Atsuro Morita and Gergely Mohacsy) Travelling Comparisons I-III at the 4S 2010 Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 2010.

(2009) Organizer of “Comparative Relativism” colloquium, IT-University of Copenhagen.

(2007) Organizer of 1st annual DASTS conference “Transformative Praksisser”, Copenhagen Business School, May, 2007.

(2006) Organized session (with Kjetil Rödje) Deleuzian Intersections in STS and Anthropology at the Silence, Suffering and Survival, 4S 2006 Conference, Vancouver, Canada November 2006

(2006) Organized session (with Peter Lauritsen) Development, ICT and Indigenous Knowledges: Translating Matrices of Possibility at the Reviewing Humanness: Bodies, Technologies, Spaces, EASST 2006 Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland, August 2006

(2006) Organized workshop (with Teun Zuiderent-Jerak) on Unpacking Intervention: Action Oriented Science and Technology Studies, Aarhus, 23-25 May 2006.

(2005) Organized session (with Ellen Balka) Exploring the Unruliness of Health Care Indicators The Representation of Controversial Objects: New Methods of Displaying the Unruliness and the Anomalous in Science and Technology Studies, 4S 2005, Pasadena, California, October 2005.

(2005) Organized workshop (with Ellen Balka and Ina Wagner) on Participating in Technology Design and Intervention. Methodological and Ethical Dilemmas of Multiple Roles at the 4th Decennial Aarhus Conference on Critical Computing: Between Sense and Sensibility, Aarhus, Denmark, 20-24 August 2005.

(2005) Organized workshop (with Teun Zuiderent-Jerak) on Practices of Assessment and Intervention in Action-Oriented Science and Technology Studies, Amsterdam, 25-26 April 2005.

(2005) Organized STS Study Seminar at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, Canada.

(2004) Organized workshop (with Ellen Balka and Ina Wagner) on Work practice research and information technology development in hospital and community health care settings, held in conjunction with the CSCW 2004 conference, Chicago, 7 November 2004.

(2004) Organized session on Theory, Practice, and Normativity in STS at Public Proofs: Science, Technology and Democracy, 4S/EASST 2004, Ecole des Mines de Paris, August 2004.

(2001)  Organized research seminar with Manuel de Landa at the department of Information and Media Studies.

 

Conference presentations, public lectures and key notes

“Comment on the ‘Anthropology and STS: Generative Interfaces”. Roundtable on “Anthropology and STS: Generative Interfaces” (Organizers: Marianne Lien and Marisol de la Cadena) at AAA 2014, Washington D.C., December 3-7, 2014.

“Post-ANT, Ontology and Multi-Species Anthropology” paper presented (with Atsuro Morita), Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, August 2014.

 “Delta Ontologies: Infrastructural Transformations in the Mekong” paper presented (with Atsuro Morita) at the Multiple Nature-Cultures, Diverse Anthropologies panel, IUAES/JASCA, Chiba, Japan, May 2014 & Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand, August 2014.

“Infrastructural Ontologies”. Key note presentation for the IV Reunião de Antropologia da Ciência e da Tecnologia (ReAct) conference, UNICAMP, Campinas, Brazil, 24-26 September 2013.

“Environmental Infrastructures/Ontological Experiments”. Sub-plenary presentation for the CRESC 2013 Annual Conference: In/vulnerabilities and Social Change: Precarious Lives and Experimental Knowledge, SOAS, London. 4-6 September 2013.

“Audit Loops and Audit Implosion”. Presented at the department of Anthropology, Durham University. February 8, 2013.

 “Audit Loops”. Presented (with Brit Ross Winthereik) at the Lateral Moves in STS panel, 4S/Easst 2012 Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark. October 17-20, 2012.

“Making Knowledge Through Environmental Partnerships”. Presented (with Brit Ross Winthereik) at the Environmental Infrastructures panel, 4S/Easst 2012 Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark. October 17-20, 2012.

“Form and Variation in STS and Relational Anthropology”. Keynote presentation prepared (with Brit Ross Winthereik) for the DASTS 2012 Conference, University of Copenhagen May 30-31.

“On the Consequences of Post-ANT”. Discussion seminar at Hitotsubashi University, March 10, 2012. Also given (with Brit Ross Winthereik) at the Environmental Infrastructures panel, 4S/Easst 2012 Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark. October 17-20, 2012.

“Recursive Partnership, Recursive Infrastructure, Recursive Ethnography”. Key note presentation at the Translational Movements: Ethnographic Engagements with Technocultural Practices International Symposium, Osaka University, March 3, 2012.

“Transparency and Partnership: The Tension Between Aid Infrastructures and Their Users”. Lecture given at Hitotsubashi University, February 14, 2012.

“Ontological Phase-Shifts: The Electronic Patient Record, ca. 1995”. Presentation for workshop on Ontological Things and Anthropological Matters, Keio University, Tokyo, February 11, 2012.

“Recursions: Partnership, Infrastructure, Ethnography”. University of California, Irvine, Sideways – A Conversation about Anthropology, Science Studies Today, December 5, 20111

“Audit Implosion: The State of the ‘Audit of State Accounts’”. Tokyo University, STS Network Seminar, August 12, 2011.

“The Jungle and the Laboratory: Forms of Symmetrical Anthropology”. Department of Anthropology, Osaka University, June 17, 2011

“Design, Users, and Social Studies of Technology”. Advanced Research Seminar held at Osaka University, June 14, 2011.

“Contingencies of Science and Culture: Some Inspirations from Barbara Herrnstein Smith”, Invited speech prepared for the ‘Science, Scientism, and Anti-Science in the Humanities’ Symposium held in Honor of Barbara Herrnstein Smith, Franklin Humanities Institute, Duke University, February 11, 2011.

“Making Futures Through Technology”. Advanced Research Seminar held at Osaka University, December 17, 2010.

“Deleuzian Intersections: Science, Technology, Anthropology”. Author-meets-critics arrangement at University of Aarhus, Center for STS studies, October 11, 2010 and at Osaka University, department of anthropology, December 13, 2010.

“Anthropology as a Following Science: Humanity and Sociality in Continuous Variation”. Key note presentation at the Human and the Social Conference, Hitotsubashi Conference, Tokyo, December 6-7, 2010.

“Motion: The Task of Anthropology is to Invent Relations”. Motion presented at the Group for Debates in Anthropological Theory, University of Manchester, November 6, 2010.

“Post-ANT and Conceptual-Empirical Comparisons” (with Christopher Gad). Paper given at Center for Technology, Innovation and Culture, Oslo University, October 22, 2010.

“Techno-animism in Japan: Shinto cosmograms, actor-network theory, and the enabling powers of non-human agencies” (with Anders Blok). Paper given at the 4S 2010 Conference, Tokyo, Japan, August 25-29, 2010.

“Making Lists, Enlisting Scientists: The Bibliometric Indicator and Classification Controversies”. Paper given at the DASTS 2010 Conference, DPU, June 10-11th and at research seminar, CBS, June 21, 2010.

“Aid Information Infrastructures and Their Users: The Making of Inventive Frontiers in Development Aid”. Paper given at the seminar series on Material Culture and Social Anthropology, University College London, June 2, 2010, at the Department for Informatics, Oslo University, October 22, 2010 and at Tokyo University, Advanced Anthropology Graduate seminar, July 22, 2011.

“Monitoring Movements: Audit Explosions in Development Aid Partnerships and STS”. Paper prepared for the 4S 2009 Conference, Washington D.C. October 28 – November 1, 2009.

“Contexts for Comparative Relativism.” Introduction to the Comparative Relativism colloquium held at the IT University of Copenhagen, 3-4 September, 2009.

“Recursive Partnerships: An Emerging Future of Knowledge.” Paper prepared for the 3rd DASTS Conference “Monitoring Movements”, IT University of Copenhagen, June 11-12, 2009 and at the “Mapping Interfaces: The Future of Knowledge”  European Science Foundation Workshop, Reykjavik, Iceland, 16-17 June, 2009.

“Acting With, Against, or Out, in Practice: A Fractal View on Health Care and Research”. Paper prepared for the 4S/EASST 2008 Conference “Acting with Science, Technology and Medicine”, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, August 20-24, 2008.

“Forventninger og indgreb i forskning og felt” [Expectations and Interventions in Research and Field]. Paper prepared for the DASTS ´08 conference, University of Aarhus, June 5-6, 2008.

“Lecture series on ‘Symmetrical Anthropology’, Museo Nacional, Rio de Janeiro, March 17-29, 2008.

“Developing/Development Cyborgs”. Paper prepared for workshop at the Institute of  Advanced Studies, Lancaster University, December 13th, 2007.

“Knowledge management in Development”. Paper prepared for workshop at the School of  Management, Leicester University, December 10th, 2007.

“At sortere forbindelser: Om samfundsforskningens nytte”. Paper prepared for the 1st annual DASTS conference “Transformative Praksisser”, Copenhagen Business School, May 2-3, 2007.

”Læringens ulidelige lethed.” (with Randi Markussen) Paper prepared for workshop on ”Organizational E-learning,” Center for IT and Learning, University of Aarhus, Denmark, December 6, 2006.

“En performativ historie: Den elektroniske patientjournal som en fremtids-genererende anordning.” Paper prepared for the founding meeting of the Danish Association for Science and Technology Studies (DASTS),” DTU, Lyngby, Denmark, November 15, 2006.

“Deleuzian Intersections in Science, Technology and Anthropology: Tracing the    Rhizome” (with Kjetil Rödje). Paper prepared for the panel “Deleuzian Intersections in STS and Anthropology” at the Silence, Suffering and Survival Conference, 4S 2005, Vancouver, Canada, November 1-3, 2006.

“Virtual Ethnography and the Study of Partially Existing Objects.” Paper prepared for the “Virtual Ethnography in Contemporary Social Science” Workshop, Virtual  Knowledge Studio, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 27-29, 2006.

“Sociology, Systems and (Patient) Safety: Knowledge Translations in Health Policy”.  Paper prepared for the panel ““Exploring the Materiality of Solutions and Problems in Healthcare” at the Reviewing Humanness: Bodies, Technologies and   Spaces Conference, EASST 2006, Lausanne, Switzerland, August 23-26, 2006.

“STS and ICT4DEV: On the Construction of New Orders.” (with Peter Lauritsen). Paper prepared for the “Development, ICT and Indigenous Knowledges: Translating Matrices of Possibility” at the Reviewing Humanness: Bodies, Technologies and   Spaces Conference, EASST 2006, Lausanne, Switzerland, August 23-26, 2006.

“Development in Action: On Information Technologies as Globalization Agents.” (with    Peter Lauritsen). Paper prepared for the “Science, Technology and Information Society” panel convened by 4S and Wiebe Bijker for the “Past, Present and  Future of Research in the Information Society” conference organized by the   World Science Project as part of the World Summit on the Information Society meeting, Tunis, Tunisia, November 13-15, 2005.

“Reconfiguring Critical Computing in an Era of Configurability.” Paper prepared for the 4th Decennial Aarhus Conference on Critical Computing: Between Sense and Sensibility, Aarhus, Denmark, August 20-24, 2005.

“Description as Inquiry and Experimentation: On the Multiplicity of Usefulness in/of  Ethnographic Practice.” Paper prepared for the “What is the point of description” panel convened by Marilyn Strathern for the “Description and creativity: Approaches to collaboration and value from anthropology, art, science, and technology” conference, King’s College, Cambridge, U.K., July 3-5, 2005.

“Established Sentiments, Alternative Agendas, and Politics of Concretization”, presented at the Center for Cultural Studies, University of California at Santa Cruz, May 2005.

“Sorting Attachments: On Interventions and Usefulness in STS and Health Policy,”  Practices of Assessment and Intervention in Action-Oriented Science and Technology Studies, Amsterdam, April 2005.

“Response to ‘Pre-Post Modern Relativism’” (Key-note Address by Barbara Herrnstein Smith), SLS Annual Meeting, Duke University, Durham, October 2004. 

“That Elusive Object of Desire: A Linear History of STS” (with Geoffrey C. Bowker)  Public Proofs: Science, Technology and Democracy, 4S/EASST 2004, Ecole des Mines de Paris, August 2004

“An Experiment in Performative History: The Electronic Patient Record as a Future- Generating Device”, Public Proofs: Science, Technology and Democracy,  4S/EASST 2004, Ecole des Mines de Paris, August 2004

“Theory-Hope in STS”, Workshop at Center for Science and Technology Studies, University of Aarhus, Denmark, June 2004.

“Citizen Projects and Consensus Building at the Danish Board of Technology: On Experiments in Democracy”, Workshop at Science Studies and Sociology, University of Madison, Wisconsin, February 2003 and Workshop on the Technologies of Nature-Politics, Center for Technology, Innovation and Culture, University of Oslo, February 2006.

“The Standardisation Debates on Danish Electronic Patient Records: Handling a Differend in Practice”, Infrastructures of Digital Communication Graduate Conference, University of California, San Diego, January 2003.

“Fabrics of Another World: Gore Tex and Nomadic Practices” (with Simon Kiilerich  Madsen), Gender Makes a Difference – Gender Studies at the Cutting Edge of Europe, International Conference, University of Copenhagen, Denmark,     November 2002

“The Standardisation Debates on Danish Electronic Patient Records: Handling a Differend in Practice”, Responsibility Under Uncertainty EASST 2002,  University of York, UK, July 2002.

“Experimenting (with) Big Brother: Watching Reality-TV from a Cyborg Position” (with  Peter Lauritsen), Experimenting Arts and Sciences, the 2nd 2nd European  Conference for the Society of Literature and Science at University of Aarhus,  Denmark, May 2002.

“Methods and Partial Connections: On the Politics of Qualitative Research” (with Peter Lauritsen), The Politics of Knowledge in Practice Workshop, Lancaster University, UK, April 2002.

“Køn og Kunststof: Nomadiske Perspektiver på Materiel Kultur” (with Simon Kiilerich Madsen), Køn og Kultur i Europa, the 12th Annual Conference for Research on Gender in Denmark at University of Aarhus, Denmark, April 2002.

“Mårup Church and the Politics of Hybridisation: On Complexities of Choice” (with Randi Markussen), Fashioning the Future: Science, Technology and Visions of  Progress, 4S conference, Cambridge, MA, November 2001.

“The “Seamless Web”: The Development of the Electronic Patient Record in Aarhus County”, IT in Health Care – Sociotechnical Approaches, Conference at Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, September 2001.

“The Politics of the Electronic Health Care Record: On Standardization and  Coordination”, Worlds in Transition: Technoscience, Citizenship and Culture in the 21st Century, 4S-EASST Conference, University of Vienna, Austria, September 2001.

“Information Technology and Organizational Change as Transformation of  Accountability”, Virtual Society? Get Real! Conference, Brunel University, London, UK, May 2000.

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Assorted Pieces and In Progress

Assorted

Jensen, Casper Bruun (2017). “Wound-Up Worlds and The Wind-Up Girl: On the Anthropology of Climate Change and Climate Fiction,” Paper presented at department of anthropology, University of Aarhus, September 2017.

Jensen, Casper Bruun (2017) “Say Why You Say It: On Ethnographic and Rhetorical Effects,” unpubl. draft manus.

Jensen, Casper Bruun (2016) “Thinking the New Earth: New Alliances in the Anthropocene.” Lecture given at Osaka University, Department of Human and Social Sciences, October 27, 2016.

Jensen, Casper Bruun (2013) “Infrastructural Ontologies”. Key note presentation for the IV Reunião de Antropologia da Ciência e da Tecnologia (ReAct) conferene, UNICAMP, Campinas, Brazil, 24-26 September 2013.

Jensen, Casper Bruun (2005) “Description, Creativity, and Experimentation: On the Multiplicity of Usefulness in/of Ethnographic Practice”. Paper prepared for the panel “What is the point of description,” convened by Marilyn Strathern for the “Description and creativity: Approaches to collaboration and value from anthropology, art, science, and technology” conference, King’s College, Cambridge, U.K., July 3-5, 2005.

Jensen, Casper Bruun (2008) “Acting With, Against – or, Acting out – in practice:  A Fractal View on Health Care (and) Research”. Paper presented at the 4S/EASST conference Acting with Science, Technology and Medicine, held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, August 2008.

Jensen, Casper Bruun (2011) “Contingencies of Science and Culture – Some Inspirations from Barbara Herrnstein Smith”. Prepared for the ‘Science, Scientism, and Anti-Science in the Humanities’ Symposium held in Honor of Barbara Herrnstein Smith, Duke University, the Franklin Humanities Institute, February 11, 2011.

See http://www.fhi.duke.edu/events/barbara-herrnstein-smith-symposium for links to videos of the panels, featuring Ian Baucom, Frederic Jameson, Elizabeth Wilson, Jonathan Culler, Mark Hansen, Jane Tompkins, Andrew Janiak, Casper Bruun Jensen, Katherine Hayles, Nancy Amstrong, Stanley Fish, Susan Hegeman, Timothy Lenoir, Rob Mitchell and Barbara Herrnstein Smith.

 

 

 

2009

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2009). “STS” in Svend Brinkman and Lene Tanggaard (eds.) Kvalitative metoder og tilgange. København: Hans Reitzel. 2009. 375-89.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2009) “Anmeldelse: Anders Blok & Torben Elgaard Jensen: Bruno Latour – Hybride tanker i en hybrid verden”. København: Hans Reitzel Forlag, Dansk Sociologi 20(4).

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2009)“Anmeldelse: Bruno Latour; En ny sociologi for et nyt samfund”. København: Akademisk Forlag, 2008. Politica 41(4): 478-81.

Jensen, Casper Bruun and Kjetil Rödje. Editors. (2009).  Deleuzian Intersections: Science, Technology and Anthropology. Berghahn Books, Oxford.

Jensen, Casper Bruun and Kjetil Rödje. (2009) “Introduction: Deleuzian Introductions in Science, Technology and Anthropology” in Casper Bruun Jensen and Kjetil Rödje (eds.) Deleuzian Intersections: Science, Technology and Anthropology. Oxford: Berghahn Press. 2009. 1-37.

2008

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2008) “Sociology, Systems and (Patient) Safety: Knowledge Translations in Health Care Policy.” Sociology of Health and Illness 30(2): 309-24.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2008) “Power, Technology and Social Studies of Health Care: An Infrastructural Inversion”. Health Care Analysis 16(4): 355-74.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2008) “Developing/Development Cyborgs”Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences (Special issue on “Cyborg Embodiment: Affect, Agency and Responsibility”). 7(3): 375-85.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2008). “Traveling Standards and the Development of Danish Electronic Patient RecordsWorking Paper Series # 7, Center for Science-Technology-Society Studies, University of Aarhus, Denmark.

Jensen, Casper Bruun and Christopher Gad. (2008). “Philosophy of Technology as Empirical Philosophy: Comparing Technological Scales in Practice” in Jan-Kyrre Berg Olsen & Evan M. Selinger (eds) New Waves in Philosophy of Technology. Palgrave MacMillan. 292-315.

Jensen, Casper Bruun and Randi Markussen. (2008). “Mårup Church and Politics of Hybridization: On Choice and Becoming”. In Andrew Pickering and Keith Guzik (eds.) The Mangle in Practice: Science, Society and Becoming. Durham, NC & London: Duke University Press: Durham. 129-63.

Unpacking “Interventions” in Science and Technology Studies

 

Special issue of Science as Culture with contributions from Casper Bruun Jensen, Teun Zuiderent-Jerak, Signe Vikkelsø, Randi Markussen, Jessica Mesman, Roland Bal & Femke Mastbom.

2007

Gad, Christopher and Casper Bruun Jensen. (2007). “Post-ANTs konsekvenser” in Jensen, Casper Bruun, Peter Lauritsen & Finn Olesen (eds.) Introduktion til STS. København: Hans Reitzels Forlag. 93-119.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2007). “Infrastructural Fractals: Re-visiting the Micro-Macro Distinction in Social Theory”. Environment and Planning DSociety and Space 25(5) 832-50.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2007) “Sorting Attachments: Usefulness of STS in Health Care Practice and Policy.” Science as Culture 16(3). (Special issue:“Unpacking “Intervention” in Science and Technology Studies”. 237-53.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2007) “Biodiversity, Non-linearity and the Mnemonick Deep: Review of Geoffrey C. Bowker, Memory Practices in the Sciences (Cambridge, MA and London, England: The MIT Press, 2005), 256 pages. Metascience 16: 187-95.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2007). “Beyond the Two Cultures with Scandalous Knowledge: Relativism and Constructivism Re-Visited: Review of Barbara Herrnstein Smith: Scandalous Knowledge: Science, Truth and The Human. (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2005; Durham, NC, USA: Duke University Press, 2006), 198 pages”. Social Studies of Science 37(4): 647-54.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2007). “At sortere forbindelser: Om samfundsforskningens nytte”. Nordisk Udkast. 35(1): 26-37.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2007).“På kanten af STS: Udfordringer fra Isabelle Stengers og Barbara Herrnstein Smith”, in Jensen, Casper Bruun, Peter Lauritsen and Finn Olesen (eds) Introduktion til STS. København: Hans Reitzels Forlag. 205-233.

Jensen, Casper Bruun, Peter Lauritsen and Finn Olesen. Editors. (2007). Introduktion til STSHans Reitzels Forlag, København.

Jensen, Casper Bruun, Peter Lauritsen og Finn Olesen. (2007). “Introduktion” in Jensen, Casper Bruun, Peter Lauritsen and Finn Olesen (eds) Introduktion til STS. København: Hans Reitzels Forlag. 7-17. 2007

Jensen, Casper Bruun and Teun Zuiderent-Jerak. Editors. (2007) Unpacking Intervention in Theory and Practice. Special Issue of Science as Culture 16(3).

Markussen, Randi & Casper Bruun Jensen. (2007). ”The Unbearable Lightness of Organizational Learning Theory: Organizations, Information Technologies, and Complexities of Learning in Theory and Practice.” Learning Inquiry 1(3): 203-18.

Zuiderent-Jerak, Teun & Casper Bruun Jensen. (2007) “Editorial Introduction: Unpacking “Intervention” in Science and Technology Studies” Science as Culture 16(3). (Special issue: “Unpacking “Intervention” in Science and Technology Studies”227-237.

 

2006

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2006). Established Sentiments, Alternative Agendas and   Politics of Concretisation. Configurations 14(3): 217-44.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2006) “Review Essay: Latour, Bruno, 2004, Politics of Nature: How to bring the science into democracy (Cambridge, MA and London: Harvard University Press)” Human Studies 29(1): 107-22.

Jensen, Casper Bruun.(2006) “Technologic: Conceptualizing Organizational Transformation with the Electronic Patient Record.” Systems, Signs, and Action 2(1): 41-59.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2006). “The Wireless Nursing Call System: Politics of Discourse, Technology and Dependability in a Pilot Project”. CSCW (Special Issue on Dependability in Health Care) 15(5-6): 419-41.

 

2005

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2005) “Citizen Projects and Consensus Building at the Danish Board of Technology: On Experiments in Democracy”, Acta Sociologica (special issue on Science, Power, and Democracy) 48(3): 221-35.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2005). “An Experiment in Performative History: The Danish Electronic Patient Record as a Future-Generating Device.” Social Studies of Science 35(2): 241-67.

Jensen, Casper Bruun and Peter Lauritsen. (2005). “Reading Digital Denmark: IT Reports as Material- Semiotic Actors”. Science, Technology and Human Values. 30(3): 352-73.

Jensen, Casper Bruun and Peter Lauritsen. (2005) “Qualitative Research as Partial Connection: Bypassing the Power-Knowledge Nexus”. Qualitative Research 5(1): 59-77.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. “Citizen Projects and Consensus Building at the Danish Board of Technology: On Experiments in Democracy.” In R. Hagendijk, P.   Healey, M. Horst and A. Irwin (eds) Science, Technology and Governance in  Europe: Challenges of Public Engagement. Stage (EU FP5: contract HPSE-  CT2001-50003) Final Report, February 2005.

Balka, Ellen, Ina Wagner & Casper Bruun Jensen. ”Reconfiguring Critical Computing in an Era of Configurability.” Proceedings of the 4th Decennial Aarhus Conference on Critical Computing: Between Sense and Sensibility, Aarhus, Denmark August 20-24, 2005 (Denmark: ACM Press). 79-89.

2004

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2004) “A Non-Humanist Disposition: On Performativity, Practical Ontology, and Intervention”. Configurations 12(2): 229-61.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2004). “Researching Partially Existing Objects: What is an Electronic Patient Record? Where do you find it? How do you study it?” Working Paper Series # 4Center for Science-Technology-Society Studies, University of Aarhus, Denmark.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2004) Experimental Devices: Studies in STS and Electronic Patient Records. PhD Dissertation. Aarhus University.

Ihde, Don, Casper Bruun Jensen, Jari Friis Jørgensen, Srikanth Mallavarapu, Eduardo Mendieta, John Mix, John Protevi and Evan Selinger. (2004). “1000 years of War  – Conversation with Manuel de Landa”. Kroker, Arthur and Marilouise Kroker (eds.) Life in the Wires: The Ctheory Reader. CTheory Press: Victoria, Canada. 135-54.

 

 

2003

Ihde, Don, Rob Crease, Casper Bruun Jensen and Evan Selinger. (2003). “An Interview with Bruno Latour in Ihde, Don and Evan M. Selinger (ed.). Chasing Technoscience: Matrix for Materiality. Indianapolis: Indiana University Press. 15- 27.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2003) “Latour and Pickering: Posthuman Perspectives on Science, Becoming and Normativity” in Ihde, Don and Evan M. Selinger (ed.). Chasing Technoscience: Matrix for Materiality. Indiana University Press: Indianapolis. 225-41.

Jensen, Casper Bruun.(2003). “An Interview with Andy Pickering” Ihde, Don and Evan   M. Selinger (ed.). Chasing Technoscience:Matrix for Materiality. Indiana University Press: Indianapolis. 83-96.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2003). “The ‘Seamless Web’: The Development of the Electronic Patient Record in Aarhus Region, Denmark.” Methods of Information in Medicine. 42(4): 405-9.

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2003).  “Figureringer af Natur og Kultur på Verdensudstillingen Hannover, 2000”. Kontur 7: 3-11.

Jensen, Casper Bruun and Evan Selinger. (2003) “Distance and Alignment: Haraway’s and Latour’s Nietzschean Legacies” in Ihde, Don and Evan M. Selinger (ed.). Chasing Technoscience: Matrix for Materiality. Indianapolis: Indiana University Press.195-213.

Madsen, Simon Kiilerich and Casper Bruun Jensen. (2003). “Fabrics of another World:  Gore-Tex and Nomadic Practices”. Kvinder, Køn og Forskning: Fra Humboldt til Mickey-Mouse Universiteter 2: 68-73.

Madsen, Simon Kiilerich and Casper Bruun Jensen. (2003). “Køn og Kunststof: Nomadiske Perspektiver på Materiel Kultur”. Kontur 6: 51-6.

2002

Jensen, Casper Bruun. “Eksperimenter i Nationale Identiteter på Expo 2000”. Kulturo. 33-41. 2002.

Jensen, Casper Bruun and Brit Ross Winthereik. (2002). “Political and Moralising Moments: Documents as Material Agents in Danish Visions of IT in HealthCare”. Information Technology and People 15(3): 127-41.