International Handbook of Internet Research

pp 267-278


Toward Nomadological Cyberinfrastructures

  • Jeremy HunsingerAffiliated withCenter for Digital Discourse and Culture, Virginia Tech Email author 

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This article critically analyzes the cyberinfrastructure and e-science policy discourse in the knowledge society. As a work in critical infrastructure studies, I argue that the tendency of cyberinfrastructure and e-science to reify certain misunderstandings of science and knowledge as social and cultural processes misaligns the policy outputs with the policy practices. From this understanding, I argue that we need to consider the development of a nomadological cyberinfrastructure.


Discourse Critical Policy Analysis Cyberinfrastructure E-science