Francisca Grommé and Evelyn Ruppert published their article ‘Population Geometries of Europe: The Topologies of Data Cubes and Grids‘ in Science, Technology, & Human Values. The article examines the ongoing formation of data infrastructures (‘cubes’ and ‘grids’) and suggests that these enable postnational enactments of Europe’s populations and territories. It proposes the term ‘methodological topologies’ for the ways in which these data infrastructure take part in mixing and folding categories of population such as same-sex unions and social cohesion. The article is part of the forthcoming special issue ‘Peopling Europe Through Data Practices’ edited by members of the ARITHMUS team.
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