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Pham, B-C., & Davies, S. (2023). Policy as infrastructure: Enacting artificial intelligence and making Europe. In N. Klimburg-Witjes, & P. Trauttmansdorff (Eds.), Technopolitics and the Making of Europe: Infrastructures of Security (pp. 125–140). Routledge, Taylor & Francis.

Sepehr, P., & Aarden, E. (2023). Between straight lines and winding alleys: Streets as boundary objects in the transnational modernization of urban planning in Iran. In B. De Munck, & J. Lachmund (Eds.), Politics of Urban Knowledge: Historical Perspectives on the Shaping and Governing of Cities (pp. 179-200). Routledge, Taylor & Francis.

Mora-Gámez, F. (2023). Curating Reparation and Recrafting Solidarity. In Ecological Reparation: Repair, Remediation and Resurgence in Social and Environmental Conflict (pp. 258-272). Bristol University Press.

Mayer, K. (2022). Von Verbindungen und Banden des Wissens. In S. Hofhues, & K. Schütze (Eds.), Doing Research: Wissenschaftspraktiken zwischen Positionierung und Suchanfrage (pp. 130-137). transkript.,

Mayer, K., & Shah, E. I. (2022). Human Sensors. In Sensing In/Security (pp. 206-215). Mattering Press.

Felt, U. (2022). Making and Taking Time. Work, funding and assessment infrastructures in inter- and transdisciplinary research. In B. Vienni Baptista, & J. Thompson Klein (Eds.), Institutionalizing Interdisciplinarity and Transdisciplinarity: Collaboration across Cultures and Communities (1. ed.). Routledge.

Mayer, K., Schürz, S., Kieslinger, B., & Schäfer, T. (2022). Transformation messen und verstehen: partizipative Evaluationsansätze für Citizen Science. In J. Howaldt, M. Kreibich, J. Streicher, & C. Thiem (Eds.), Zukunft gestalten mit Sozialen Innovationen: Neue Herausforderungen für Politik, Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft (1 ed., pp. 207-224). Campus.

Passoth, J-H., Bowker, G. C., Klimburg-Witjes, N., & Van Mannen, G-J. (2021). Hacking Satellites. In Sensing In/Security: Sensors as Transnational Security Infrastructures (pp. 399-409). Mattering Press.

Mora-Gámez, F. (2021). Thinking beyond the ‘imposter’: gatecrashing un/welcoming borders of containment. In S. Woolgar, D. Moats, E. Vogel, & C. F. Helgesson (Eds.), The imposter as social theory: thinking with gatecrashers, cheats, and charlatans (pp. 293-315). Bristol University Press.

Schikowitz, A. (2021). Being a ‘Good Researcher’ in Transdisciplinary Research: Choreographies of Identity Work Beyond Community. In Community and Identity in Contemporary Technosciences (pp. 225-245). Sociology of the Sciences Yearbook Vol. 31

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