news & publications


"An Archive for the Future: Paul N. Edwards on Technology, Historiography, Self and World," interview with me by Alex Monea, International Journal of Communication


"Too much C-what? Carbon accounting and Anthropocene knowledge," Climate Change: Disciplinary Challenges to the Humanities and the Social Sciences, University of Chicago


"On Infrastructure Time: Software, Speed, and Second-order Systems in Africa," Shift CTRL: New Perspectives on Computing and New Media, Stanford University


"Techno-Metabolism" seminar, Anthropocene Curriculum, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin


Infrastructure Space, 5th International Symposium on Sustainable Construction of the Lafarge Holcim Foundation, Detroit


Selected Articles, Reports & Book Chapters

2016, forthcoming work

  • Knowledge Infrastructures for the Anthropocene, English version, Anthropocene Review, special issue on ‘The Technosphere’ (under review)
  • Infrastructure Studies meet Platform Studies in the Age of Google and Facebook, J-C. Plantin, C. Lagoze, P.N. Edwards, and C. Sandvig, New Media & Society (under review)
  • Big Data is the Answer… but what is the Question?, B.J. Strasser and P.N. Edwards, Osiris, special issue on 'Histories of Data' (forthcoming 2017)
  • Control Earth, LA+ Interdisciplinary Journal of Landscape Architecture (forthcoming 2016)
  • Downscaling: From Global to Local in the Climate Knowledge Infrastructure, in P. Harvey, C.B. Jensen, and A. Morita, eds., Infrastructures and Social Complexity (Routledge, forthcoming 2016)
  • Big Data is not about Size: When Data Transform Scholarship, J-C. Plantin, C. Lagoze, P.N. Edwards, and C. Sandvig, in C. Mabi and J-C. Plantin, eds., Towards an Ecology of Data: Political and Scientific Issues of Digital Data (Presses de l’École des Mines, forthcoming 2016)
  • Afterworld, in R. van Munster and C. Sylvest, eds., The Politics of Globality since 1945: Assembling the Planet (Routledge, 2016)