Are you interested in becoming a fellow? For us a fellow is someone who is connected to the infrastructure lab and adds to the body of knowledge and activities of the lab. The relationship should be mutually beneficial and contribute to creating new infrastructural imaginaries. Fellows are selected for an academic year with the possibility to add another year. What we request of you is that you join our reading groups, organize an activity, and/or (co-)author a paper with us. What can we offer: an affiliation, participation in the (intellectual life of the) lab and the possibility to present on lab days, and have a space and platform to co-organize something. If needed, we can also explore if we can be fiscal sponsor for your projects. We provide desk space if needed. Interested? Contact one of the co-PIs!
Corinne Cath – email@example.com – fellow 2023-2024 – environment
Corinne is an anthropologist studying internet infrastructure politics. She brings ethnographic praxis to the study of computing cultures, cloud politics, and internet governance.
As an inaugural critical infrastructure lab fellow, she will be investigating the rough cultures that define internet governance communities and how cloud computing is changing power dynamics in the internet industry. She also has a keen interest in researching the intersection between space governance and internet technologies, including satellites and cosmic content delivery networks.