Critical Infrastructure Studies

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Articles are invited for this section focusing on the infrastructures that can support knowledge creation, dissemination, and preservation, past, present, and future. Infrastructures constrain and generate modes of communication and transport as well as structures of feeling. They shape the networks of interactions that generate culture, typically revealing their overarching and overreaching influence only when they break down, as we have been taught not only by Bowker and Starr but also by the emerging field of Critical Infrastructure Studies. Articles are welcome that approach any kind of infrastructure, from physical to digital. Especially welcome are studies considering the impact of infrastructure on diversity.

Section Editor: Laura Mandell, Professor, Department of English, Texas A&M University; Director, Center of Digital Humanities Research; Director, Advanced Research Consortium (ARC)

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Open submissions accepted: Yes

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