WORKSHOP ANNOUNCEMENT 29 September 2017, Aalborg University Copenhagen “We have watched as scientific integrity has been undermined and scientific research politicized in an effort to advance predetermined ideological agendas” (President Obama, White House 2010). This is a worrying time for…

publicETHOS by Pernille Tranberg  Auditorium 2, IT Universitetet, 5. maj 10:00-11:30. Gratis adgang.  Dette foredrag om dataetik handler om, hvordan privatliv og individets ret til at kontrollere egne data bliver et af fremtidens vigtigste konkurrenceparametre. Det viser, hvordan privacy er ved…

SODAS Inaugural Lecture Series 2017 Data has become part of the basic fabric of social life in many different ways. What sorts of questions do we need to start asking in order to understand, prepare for, and shape our futures with and…

Talk by Brit Ross Winthereik, Associate Professor and Head of ETHOS Lab, IT University of Copenhagen at the third STL seminar this term. Time: 4th April 2017, 15.00-16.30 Location: Auditorium 1.008, Building 1, AAU Copenhagen. Abstract: “In this talk I present…

Extended deadline until the 20th of March! The conference committee for the third Nordic Science and Technology Studies Conference has received many interesting abstracts and panel proposals but want to extend its call to give some extra time to those…

CONCEPTS AS COMPANIONS with Helen Verran and Brit R. Winthereik Graduate School, Arts at Aarhus University Description: As researchers of digitized worlds we work with concepts. Concepts are abstractions, but they are also concrete instruments, which, more often than not,…

University Researcher and Principal Investigator, Minna Ruckenstein, Helsinki University Centre for Medical Science and Technology Studies, University of Copenhagen announces the following seminar: The aim of this lecture is to offer an overview of how researchers in sociology, science and technology studies,…

ETHOS Lab is part of a recently funded Europeana research project called Mapping Colonial Copenhagen. The project is being conducted in collaboration with The Royal Library, the Uncertain Archives project, the Past’s Future project, and the author Lene Asp. We…

This course is free of charge for PhD students at Danish universities (except Copenhagen Business School). Special rules apply for research year students enrolled at Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at UCPH. All other participants must pay the course…

CfP: Kvinder Køn og Forskning 2018/1  Guest editors: Stine Willum Adrian, AAU, Nete Schwennesen, KU, & Lea Skewes, AU  Feminist science and technology studies (Feminist STS) is an interdisciplinary field which has its own genealogy of conceptualizing the body, sex/gender,…