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Limn Number Nine: "Little Development Devices / Humanitarian Goods"

edited by Stephen J. Collier, Jamie Cross, Peter Redfield and Alice Street

Read the first few articles in Limn Number 9 -- more are posted every week!

Recent Articles in Limn Number 9:

Vincent Duclos on mobile health in Burkina Faso
Robert Foster on customer care in Papua New Guinea
Amy Moran Thomas on the gluclometer
Anke Schwittay and Paul Braund on humanitarian design cultures


The next issue of Limn examines the recent profusion of micro-technologies in the fields of humanitarianism and development, some focused on fostering forms of social improvement, others claiming to alleviate suffering, many seeking to accomplish both. Although small-scale endeavors are far from novel, today’s micro-devices are animated by new intellectual energy, channels of finance, and moral ambition.

Don't miss our other recent issues.

Number Eight: "Hacks, Leaks and Breaches" edited by E. Gabriella Coleman and Christopher M. Kelty
Number Seven: "Public Infrastructures/Infrastructural Publics" edited by Stephen J. Collier, James Christopher Mizes and Antina von Schnitzler


Limn draws material from networks of experts in the social and human sciences and is intended to be timely, diverse in perspective, authoritative, well written and beautifully designed.

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