Special issue about Feminist STS

The journal Women, Gender & Research has published the special issue “Feminist STS at work” which can be downloaded for free online here.  Aside from an introduction to the field, the issue contains an interview with feminist STS scholar Nina…

How to Do Things with Sensors

The Technologies in Practice (TiP) research group at the ITU is happy to present Professor of Media, Culture and Environment in the Department of Sociology at the University of Cambridge, Jennifer Gabrys, as our next speaker in our TiP Talk Speaker…

Three post-doctoral researcher positions

At The Institute of Sociology at Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, (German pay scale E 13TV-G-U, fulltime). The three positions are in science and technology studies by 1st April 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter (the starting date is…

The Social Life of Spacecraft: Organized Science on NASA’s Robotic Spacecraft Teams

Lecture by Janet Vertesi (Princeton University) Monday 10 December 2018, 5pm – 6pm Warwick in London How does social organization affect the conduct and practice of science? To explore this question, Vertesi presents empirical data from a comparative ethnographic study…

Put to the Test: Critical Evaluations of Testing

International workshop, University of Warwick 10 and 11 December 2018. Supported by the ERC project BLINDSPOT, the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies (University of Warwick), the Sociological Review, and the Center on Organizational Innovation (Columbia University) With: Jonathan Bach (New School for…

En matematisk sætning, der ændrede velfærdsøkonomien

Videnskabshistorisk Selskab indbyder til foredrag ved Professor Jesper Lützen, Institut for Matematiske Fag, Københavns Universitet. En matematisk sætning, der ændrede velfærdsøkonomien:  Arrows umulighedssætning og dens historie Abstract:  I det 20. århundrede er umulighedssætninger blevet en central del af matematikken. Arrows umulighedssætning…

Call for Papers: Big Data and the Power of Narrative

IT University of Copenhagen, March 21-22, 2019. The promise of big data is sweeping across the sciences, and the everyday practices that are the object of anthropology are increasingly leaving data traces. Scholars talk about a ‘datafication’ of social life…

Research Positions at Medical Museion, University of Copenhagen

Medical Museion (www.museion.ku.dk) is a medical museum and interdisciplinary research group at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. We are currently recruiting for 2 PhDs in Medical Humanities/STS and a part-time Research Manager to work on the ‘Microbes on the Mind’…

Reminder: Call for papers – Special Issue of STS Encounters – Engaging the ‘Data Moment’

Engaging the ‘Data Moment’ Call for papers – Special Issue of STS Encounters Edited by Peter Danholt, Christopher Gad, Henriette Langstrup, and  James Maquire Our contemporary moment is increasingly characterized by and through data. Imaginaries run wild; data is the…

Tenure-track Assistant Professorship in Sociology specializing in Social Data Science/Digital Sociology

The Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Copenhagen, wishes to strengthen our research and teaching capacity in the area of Social Data Science/Digital Sociology and invites applications for a position as Assistant Professor in Sociology. The position…