All Innovating STS exhibits are oriented by nine shared questions in order to generate comparative insight. These are:
ARTICULATION: What STS innovations (of theory, methodology, pedagogy, practice, engagement, …) are being articulated?
NEED: Why is this STS innovation needed?
FRAMEWORKS: What frameworks have been mobilized to articulate this STS innovation?
INFRASTRUCTURES: What (social, institutional, political etc.) infrastructures have sustained this STS innovation?
EXAMPLES: What are notable examples of this STS innovation in action/practice?
INTERRUPTION: How does this innovation interrupt habitual modes of doing STS?
REGENERATION: How does this innovation regenerate STS?
CONTEXTS: What geographic and temporal contexts characterize this STS innovation?
ENGAGEMENT: How does this STS innovation engage with audiences beyond the university?
This text artifact lists orienting questions for the Innovating STS exhibit.
Aalok Khandekar, "Shared Questions: Innovating STS", contributed by Aalok Khandekar, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 3 July 2019, accessed 9 August 2022. http://www.stsinfrastructures.org/content/shared-questions-innovating-sts