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Issue #14: Infrastructuring the commons today, when STS meets ICT image

Issue 14: May 2020

Special Issue 14 Editors: Mariacristina Sciannamblo, Maurizio Teli, Peter Lyle, Christopher Csíkszentmihályi

Editorial Notes

Infrastructuring the commons today, when STS meets ICT

Mariacristina Sciannamblo, Maurizio Teli, Peter Lyle, Christopher Csíkszentmihályi [html] [pdf]

Peer Reviewed Academic Papers

No-One’s Earth: An Arendtian Interpretation of the Tragedy of the Commons at the Beginning of 2020
Mirka Muilu [html] [pdf]

Tragedies in Translation: Fostering Community Networks in the Global South
Nicola J. Bidwell [html] [pdf]

The subjects of/in commoning and the affective dimension of infrastructuring the commons
Giacomo Poderi [html] [pdf]

Commons infrastructures: Collaborative design of a political tent as cosmogram
Pablo Piquinela and Gonzalo Correa [html] [pdf]

Central urban space as a hybrid common infrastructure
Ileana Apostol and Panayotis Antoniadis [html] [pdf]

China’s Air Pollution Meets Public Participation and Citizen Science
Rodolfo Hernández-Pérez [html] [pdf]

Between precarity and opportunity: an ethnography of ‘flexible skills’ in interaction design
Andrea Gaspar [html] [pdf]