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Alex Schafran, Matthew Noah Smith, and Stephen Hall

political lives of infrastructure frequently undermine narratives of technological progress, liberal equality, and economic growth, revealing fragile and often violent relations between people, things, and the institutions that govern or provision them. 8 Yet as Cowen herself points out, these systems can be transformative. In the same essay, she quotes the Ojibwe environmental and political activist Winona LaDuke in explaining her objection to the Dakota Access Pipeline Project, a massive set of pipelines designed to transport shale oil extracted in the

in The spatial contract