Putting together this on-line reader from initial idea to its first incarnation has been a collaborative endeavour, involving debate, discussion and sometimes disagreements. Gail Davies (UCL) and Kezia Barker (Southampton) are both based in Geography Departments; Brian Balmer (UCL) and Richard Milne (UCL) are both primarily located in STS; perhaps fittingly Rob Doubleday moved from the Nanoscience Centre at Cambridge to the Geography Department during the period of development. All the introductory sections of this reader have been jointly authored. Special thanks are due to Richard Milne for development of the web interface.
Compiling this reader has involved many more individuals and institutions. We would like to thank the ESRC for their support for the Research Seminar Series on Locating Technoscience. The seminar series itself was an interdisciplinary and inter-institutional effort and wouldn’t have been possible without support from the following people. Helen Wickham, Sarah Whatmore, Adam Hedgecoe, Charles Thorpe and Jamie Lorimer contributed indispensable organisational support as well as intellectual input. We gratefully acknowledge the excellent seminar contributions from John Abraham, Nadia Abu-Zahra, Jon Agar, Ben Anderson, Andrew Barry, Carole Boudeau, Nik Brown, Jacquie Burgess, Will Davies, David Demeritt, Beth Greenhough, Hugh Gusterson, Steve Hinchliffe, Alan Ingram, Andrew Lakoff, Stuart Lane, John Law, David Leitner, David Livingstone, Tom MacMillan, Caitriona McLeish, Noortje Marres, Henrik Mattsson, Mike Michael, Mara Miele, Brian Rappert, Simon Reid-Henry, Arie Ripp, Emma Roe, Astrid Schwartz, Jasber Singh, Kaushik Sunder Rajan, Nicola Triscott, Ian Welsh, James Wilsdon, Brian Wynne and Kathryn Yusoff. We would additionally like to acknowledge all those who have assisted in developing the on-line reader, especially Nanneke Redclift, Norma Morris.
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