THE TARDE PROBLEM, OR, HOW TO RECONCILE METAPHYSICS AND SOCIOLOGY

Matei Candea gives a paper on Gabriel Tarde entitled: THE TARDE PROBLEM, OR, HOW TO RECONCILE METAPHYSICS AND SOCIOLOGY, the 18. September 2014, 14.00-16.00 at Aarhus University hosted by CESAU. See more here: http://cesau.au.dk/aktuelt/arrangement/artikel/the-social-after-gabriel-tarde/

In the Search for Replaceable Hearts How do Everyday Cyborgs Feel?

Centre for Medical Science and Technology Studies, University of Copenhagen, is happy to announce the following guest lecture: Dr Gill Haddow: In the Search for Replaceable Hearts How do Everyday Cyborgs Feel? October 9, at 14:00 – 15:00, in room…

CFP: Workshop Series on High-Frequency Trading

We are organizing a workshop series on high-frequency trading. The first one is to take place at CBS, Nov 24-25 2014. Please see the call for papers attached and via link, and feel free to circulate it (note that only…

Alien Energy: Digital walking stick launch in Hanstholm

Alien Energy: Digital walking stick launch in Hanstholm

The Alien Energy research team at IT University of Copenhagen is experimenting with new ways of communicating research and has developed a digital walking stick. The walking stick tells ethnographic stories about energy as you walk the dunes near the…

Seminar with Janelle S. Taylor: The Demise of the Bumbler and the Crock – From Experience to Accountability in Medical Education and Ethnography

Venue: Center for Sundhed og Samfund (CSS), Øster Farimagsgade 5A, room 5.0.22. Time: September 12th 10.30 am -12.00 Host: Centre for Medical Science and Technology Studies and the research project LifeWorth In this paper I consider the methods and findings…

Seminar with Cheryl Mattingly: Narrative, Suffering and Possible Selves: Moral Experiments in the Good Life

Venue: Center for Sundhed og Samfund (CSS), Øster Farimagsgade 5A, room 5.0.22. Time: August 18th 2014 2.00 pm – 3.30 pm Host: Centre for Medical Science and Technology Studies and the Danish Association of Anthropologists Abstract: This talk concerns the…

New article in STS-Encounters

Klaus Hoeyers inaugural lecture entitled: Blood, death and data. Engaging medical science and technology studies is now published in STS-Encounters. Access the article here: http://www.dasts.dk/?page_id=356

EASST Pre-Conference Doctoral Workshop – Torun

Dear PhD students, We would like to invite you to participate in the Pre-Conference Doctoral Workshop at the 2014 EASST Conference in Torun, Poland. The workshop will take place on 16 September, the day before the main conference starts. The…

Exnovation – another kind of sense-making in Health Care

Public Lecture with Jessica Mesman at DTU Lyngby Campus. Date and time: Thursday, August 7th, 2014, 2.00-3.30 pm. Venue: DTU Building 101 (entrance A), room S09 (ground floor) In connection with a brief visit to DTU, Jessica Mesman (Maastricht University,…

Associate Professor/Professor in STS at TIK Centre in Oslo

The TIK Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture invites applications to a permanent (tenured) position as Associate Professor/Professor in Science & Technology Studies (SKO 1011/1013) with an expected starting date in autumn 2015. The successful candidate will be appointed as…