Infrastructural regulation and the infrastructure of measurement

15
Mar
2018

In this recording, Professor Sally Engle Merry, of New York University, discusses how infrastructure shapes global governance. Sally addresses this large question through a focus on the infrastructure of measurement at the global level. This work is part of a project in collaboration with Benedict Kingsbury, Paul Mertenskoetter, Thomas Streinz and Nahuel Maisley in which they hope to establish a network of scholars working on the role of infrastructure in global governance. In this talk, Sally takes the lens of infrastructure as a way of understanding global practices of measurement and their political implications.

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