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Sandrine Lambert is a Ph.D. student in anthropology at Université Laval. Her research questions the relationship between technology and democracy. Her thesis focuses on the socio-political potentialities of citizen participation in digital fabrication laboratories and in the maker culture in Barcelona. The themes of sociotechnical imaginaries, commons and techno-utopianism run through her doctoral research, which also addresses the links between craft, industrial and digital fabrication. Sandrine has given more than a dozen lectures in academic events but also for a wider audience. She has written two scientific articles based on her research, published book reviews and some popular pieces for the general public. She works as a research assistant on projects around the societal impacts and governance of artificial intelligence, from a social justice perspective. She has worked as a teaching assistant for various courses in anthropology at Laval University. Her master’s degree in anthropology was completed at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris and focused on the staging of politics in cultural events in Burkina Faso. Between her master’s degree and her Ph.D., she worked in the cultural field as a project manager, event coordinator and then communications manager. Cascacomms(a)

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