In a few days (May 6th) the first Politics Beyond Technology workshop will begin, co-organized with the VIPRE Initiative and NORDSTEVA. The workshop brings together academics and practitioners focused on the place of technology in world politics, with a particular focus on the role of Digital Fabrication (3D Printing) in world politics. Co-convened by myself and Anna Leander, I will be presenting on my latest work on International Political Ergonomics. A keynote lecture will be delivered by Professor Nishant Shah on ‘Against Appified Politics: Feminism, Intersectionality, and Digital Governance.’
The programme for the workshop is available below.