Kerry Holden

Kerry HoldenFormer Member

Kerry’s research interests are in exploring knowledge cultures and practices transnationally. She focuses on examining the managerial, administrative and professional dimensions of science and technology, analysing the significance of political and moral economies that support how science travels and becomes politically viable. Kerry is lecturer and research fellow in the School of Geography at Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL). Prior to joining QMUL, Kerry completed her PhD at King’s College London and undertook a postdoctoral research fellowship at Concordia University in Montreal examining the emergence of computer science communities in East Africa.

Current position
Lecturer in Human Geography
University affiliation
Queen Mary, University of London


For her current research see her website.


  • Holden, Kerry, and Nele Jensen (2016) "From under the wheels of the juggernaut: Global health networks, gold standards and the possibilities for social science critique." in Science as Culture 26 (1): 124-132.
  • Holden, Kerry, and Aaron Van Klyton (2016) "Exploring the tensions and incongruities of Internet governance in Africa." in Government Information Quarterly 33 (4): 736-745.
  • Holden, Kerry (2015) "Lamenting the golden age: Love, labour and loss in the collective memory of scientists." in Science as Culture 24 (1): 24-45.
  • Holden, Kerry, and David Demeritt (2008) "Democratising Science? The politics of promoting biomedicine in Singapore’s developmental state." in Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 26 (1): 68-86.