I've greatly benefited from this site. My work is in the social analysis of information (infrastructures, knowledges, cultural aspects of information and computer technology, and science). I teach research methods, information literacy, race, gender and IT, and am developing a course on "Memory and Ethics." I am a "migrant" sociologist and feminist scholar now teaching in an information school. This hybrid is very exciting, I think, for developing a deeper analysis of information technologies.
I'm interested to hear about information ethics, social analyses of infrastructures, and the ways indigenous and "minority" knowledges interact together and with existing power structures. Thank you.
Susan Leigh Star
University of Pittsburgh
School of Information Sciences