The graduate journal at my department at the University of Amsterdam is publishing a series of short articles or ‘insights’ on infrastructure by graduate students on their website. I talked to the web editor and he’s super interested in receiving submissions from the students in this class. Maybe you want to submit your presentation papers? The series is scheduled for publication across the first weeks of the new year. It coincides with a seminar at the University of Amsterdam called Repairing Infrastructures (http://www.cities.humanities.uva.nl/news/repairing-infrastructures/) but I believe the specific framing of the series depends on the submission they receive.
I can confirm that the website’s editorial team is very talented and smart and will generously spend time working with you on your text. This is the website https://soapboxjournal.com/
And some details:
Soapbox is looking for short research insights on a concise topic, question, or object related to (broken) infrastructures. For written submissions, the maximum word count is 1,500. We can include your submission in this series if it is received by November 20 but earlier submissions are appreciated.
We would also be very interested in hosting multimedia submissions or artworks: visual works, video, audio or otherwise.