Publications by Ulrike Felt

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 All Publications by Univ.-Prof. Dr. Ulrike Felt


Settele, H. (Editorial Journalist), & Felt, U. (Interviewee). (2015). ORF DOKeins: iMensch. Evolution 2.0. Television show

Felt, U. (Interviewee), & Gehörgänge, V. (Editorial Journalist). (2015). Prekärparcours: Audiospaziergänge durch die Uni Wien. Multimedia output

Rosenberger, R. (Editorial Journalist), & Felt, U. (Interviewee). (2015). Ö1 'Von Tag zu Tag': Sozialwissenschaft und die Veränderung der Gesellschaft. Radio show, ORF Ö1.

Felt, U. (2015). Innovation, Knowledge Ecologies and Academic Timescapes. In Austrian Council for Research and Technology Development (Ed.), Designing the Future. Economic, Societal and Political Dimensions of Innovation (pp. 118-136). echomedia buchverlag.

Felt, U. (2015). Innovationen, Wissensökologien und akademische Zeitlandschaften. In Rat für Forschung und Technologieentwicklung (Ed.), Die Gestaltung der Zukunft. Wirtschaftliche, gesellschaftliche und politische Dimensionen von Innovation (pp. 130-150). echomedia buchverlag.

Felt, U. (2015). Social Science Expertise in European Policy Innovation Policy. In J. Wilsdon, & R. Doubleday (Eds.), Future Directions of Scientific Advice in Europe (pp. 113-122). Center of Science in Policy.

Felt, U. (2015). Keeping Technologies Out: Sociotechnical imaginaries and the formation of Austria's technopolitical identity. In S. Jasanoff, & S-H. Kim (Eds.), Dreamscapes of Modernity: Sociotechnical Imaginaries and the Fabrication of Power (pp. 103-125). Chicago University Press.

Felt, U. (2015). Sociotechnical imaginaries of "the internet", digital health information and the making of citizen-patients. In S. Hilgartner, C. Miller, & R. Hagendijk (Eds.), Science and Democracy: Making Knowledge and Making Power in the Biosciences and Beyond (pp. 176-197). Routledge.