CI Studies Bibliography – Events

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Various presenters. “Critical Infrastructure Workshop.” Workshop presented at the Critical Infrastructure Symposium, King’s College, London, 2018. http://cistudies.org/wp-content/uploads/critical-infrastructure-workshop-march-29-2018.pdf. Cite
Liu, Alan, Tung-Hui Hu, Tara McPherson, James Smithies, and Matthew K. Gold. “Critical Infrastructure Studies.” Panel presented at the Modern Language Association (MLA) convention, New York, 2018. https://criticalinfrastructure.hcommons.org/. Cite
Khalip, Jacques, and Alan Liu. “Romanticism and Critical Infrastructure Studies.” presented at the NASSR 2018, Brown University, 2018. http://cistudies.org/events/romanticism-and-critical-infrastructure-studies/. Cite
“Session Description.” Critical Infrastructure Studies MLA 2018, 2017. https://criticalinfrastructure.hcommons.org/session-description/. Cite
Various presenters. “Interrogating Infrastructure: A Symposium.” Symposium presented at the Interrogating Infrastructure: A Symposium, London, 2016. http://cistudies.org/wp-content/uploads/interrogating-Infrastructure-symposium-july-8th-2016.pdf. Cite
Smithies, James, Alan Liu, and Paul Arthur. “The Frontiers of DH: Humanities Systems Infrastructure.” Workshop presented at the The Frontiers of DH: Humanities Systems Infrastructure, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, 2015. https://web.archive.org/web/20151116061420/http://dh.canterbury.ac.nz/blog/2015/11/10/the-frontiers-of-dh-humanities-systems-infrastructure/. Cite