Digital Infrastructure course blog

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I’ve been running a course at UCL this term called Digital Infrastructure: Materiality, Information, Politics and the students have been uploading blog posts each week on an infrastructure of their choice. That have been considering and thinking about their example in relation to course readings on the anthropology of infrastructure. I’m really impressed by many of the fascinating examples they’ve come up with: from theatre pieces designed by algorithms, to Amazon’s workplace tracking technologies, to Singaporian lifts and their unforeseen effects. To see the amazing range of topics, objects and agents we can look at through the lens of an anthropology of infrastructure visit


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