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    CHAPTER 10 Curated Panel: ‘New Materialisms across the Natural Sciences and Humanities: Trajectories, Inspirations and Stirrings’.Peta Hinton, Dagmar Lorenz-Meyer, Josef Barla, Veit Braun, Claude Draude, Waltraud Ernst, Xin Liu, Natasha Mauthner, Sigrid Schmitz, Jiřina Šmejkalová & Marianna Szczygielska - 2024 - In Felicity Colman & Iris van der Tuin (eds.), Methods and Genealogies of New Materialisms. Edinburgh University Press. pp. 212-238.
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    CHAPTER 6 Introduction: Provocations of New Materialisms at the Crossroads of the Natural and Human Sciences.Dagmar Lorenz-Meyer, Josef Barla & Peta Hinton - 2024 - In Felicity Colman & Iris van der Tuin (eds.), Methods and Genealogies of New Materialisms. Edinburgh University Press. pp. 139-151.
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    Timescapes of activism: Trajectories, encounters and timings of Czech women’s NGOs.Dagmar Lorenz-Meyer - 2013 - European Journal of Women's Studies 20 (4):408-424.
    Despite ongoing feminist debates about the past, present and future of feminism, the multidimensionality of time in activist work has largely remained under-examined. This article develops the partial timeframes of trajectories, encounters and timings to explore the practices of women organizing in Czech NGOs after 1989. Empirically the study draws on individual and group interviews conducted with NGO activists in 2003/2004 and 2009/2010 as well as organizational websites. The article argues that a timescape perspective provides a useful heuristic lens for (...)
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    Locating Excellence and Enacting Locality. [REVIEW]Dagmar Lorenz-Meyer - 2012 - Science, Technology, and Human Values 37 (2):241-263.
    This article notes that research policy and early laboratory studies resonate in foregrounding the laboratory as an important place and agent in producing valued research output but tend to gloss over the complex processes by which laboratories are built and sustained over time as well as the significance of non-Western histories. Drawing on multisited ethnography in laboratories located in the geopolitical East of Europe, it examines the articulations and tensions between performing laboratories as locales and as locations of scientific excellence (...)
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