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Volume 27/2014, Issue 2

European Association for the Study of Science and Technology

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Science & Technology Studies is an international peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing articles on science and technology studies. As the official journal of the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology (EASST) from 2012, it continues the publication of Science Studies. Re-named in 2012, the journal covers a broad range of interests in the field of STS.

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KNOWLEDGE INFRASTRUCTURES, Special Issue Announcement, 2nd call

Science & Technology Studies

Special Issue Announcement, 2nd call


Special Issue Guest Editors
Helena Karasti, Florence Millerand, Christine M. Hine, Geoffrey C. Bowker

Science & Technology Studies vol.27, no.1 (2014) is out now!

*Guest Editorial*
Antti Silvast, Hannu Hänninen and Sampsa Hyysalo
Energy in Society. Energy Systems and Infrastructures in Society: Part 2 of 3

*Special Issue Articles*

Mark Winskel and Jonathan Radcliffe
The Rise of Accelerated Energy Innovation and its Implications for Sustainable Innovation Studies: A UK Perspective

Gerhard Fuchs
The Governance of Innovations in the Energy Sector: Between Adaptation and Exploration

Heli Nissilä, Tea Lempiälä and Raimo Lovio
Constructing Expectations for Solar Technology over Multiple Field-Configuring Events: A Narrative Perspective

Mikko Jalas, Helka Kuusi and Eva Heiskanen
Self-Building Courses of Solar Heat Collectors as Sources of Consumer Empowerment and Local Embedding of Sustainable Energy Technology

*Discussion Paper*
Yael Parag
From Energy Security to the Security of Energy Services: Shortcomings of Traditional Supply-Oriented Approaches and the Contribution of a Socio-Technical and User-Oriented Perspectives

*Book Reviews*

Bruno Latour. An Inquiry into Modes of Existence: An Anthropology of the Moderns
Reviewed by Jay Foster


Guest Editors: Helena Karasti, Florence Millerand, Christine M. Hine, Geoffrey C. Bowker
Submission deadline: October 19, 2014


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