Deltas’ Dealing with Uncertainty

Delta’s Dealing with Uncertainty (DoUbT) is an ORA project funded by the Dutch, UK, French and Japanese national funding organizations for the period 2016-2019. DoUbT innovatively combines science and technology studies (STS) with the anthropology of development to interrogate how uncertainties are understood and dealt with in environmental planning. We focus on four deltas with diverging cultural and historical trajectories and contemporary dynamics: the Ganges-Brahmaputra, the Mekong, the Chao Phraya and the Irrawaddy.

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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.

 

2001

Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2001). “CSCW Design Reconceptualized Through Science Studies” AI & Society, 15: 200-15. 2001. Reprinted in Gill, Satinder (ed.) Cognition, Communication and Interaction: Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Interactive TechnologyLondon: Springer Verlag. 2008, pp. 132-48.

Jensen, Casper Bruun and Peter Lauritsen. (2001) “Videnskabelighed i et cyborg-perspektiv: TV-programmet Big Brother som videnskabeligt eksperiment” Dansk Sociologi 12(2): 45-63.

Jensen, Casper Bruun and Randi Markussen. (2001). “Mårup Church and Politics of   Hybridisation – On Complexities of Choice”Social Studies of Science 31(6): 795-820.