The network is intended for anyone studying the global movement of goods, knowledge, or labor. This includes independent scholars, faculty, graduate students, journalists, NGO workers, activists, and practitioners (broadly understood). Their work might address the social and environmental impacts of supply chains, representations of the logistical imagination, or histories and futures of trade, supply, and assembly. It programs events, hosts a mailing list, provides a researcher directory, and maintains a collection of shared resources.
You can find more details at: supplystudies.com/research-network/