Controversy mapping was developed by Bruno Latour as a method for charting complicated socio-technical debates as they unfold online. It draws on inspiration from digital methods, data visualization and science and technology studies to produce visual navigation devices for stakeholders in controversies. The research group participates actively in developing tools and methods for controversy mapping together with our international partners in Paris and our colleagues at the University of Copenhagen. At the MSc in Techno-Athropology controversy mapping is taught as an obligatory part of the curriculum and you can explore some of the student projects here.