Sky Gross: Reconsidering Science, Technology, and Religion – Objectionable Objects and Chimeric Authorities in a Debate over Brain-Death in Israel

The Graduate Programme in Medicine, Culture and Society, and the Centre for Medical Science and Technology Studies invite you to a seminar with Sky Gross. Date: 12th November, 2014 Time: 15:00 – 16:30 Venue: CSS 1.1.18, Øster Farimagsgade 5, Copenhagen…

Steve Woolgar: It could be otherwise – provocation, irony and limits

The Graduate Programme in Medicine, Culture and Society, and the Centre for Medical Science and Technology Studies invite you to a seminar with Steve Woolgar. Date: 11th November, 2014 Time: 15:00 – 17:00 Venue: CSS 1.1.18, Øster Farimagsgade 5, Copenhagen…

Mapping Controversies: Fra pædagogisk innovation til forskningsmæssige nybrud

Forskningsgruppen i Tekno-Antropologi, AAU-CPH inviterer sammen med sine samarbejdspartnere på IT-Universitetet (TIP) og Københavns Universitet (Sociologi og Antropologi) til et heldagsseminar om Mapping Controversies. Seminaret er støttet økonomisk af Digital Humanities Lab Denmark. Seminaret afholdes tirsdag d. 7. oktober, 2014,…

Technologies of Time: The Temporalities of Ethnographic and Archaeological Research in the Digital World

On October 2-3 the ITU is hosting an interdisciplinary PhD workshop titled Technologies of Time, which will include four public keynote lectures by eminent scholars working in the intersections of anthropology, archaeology and science and technology studies. The keynotes below…

Winter School on the Anticipatory Governance of Emerging Technologies

The Center for Nanotechnology in Society at Arizona State University (CNS-ASU) will hold its third annual Winter School on the Anticipatory Governance of Emerging Technologies January 3-11, 2015 at Saguaro Lake Ranch in Mesa, AZ. The CNS-ASU Winter School is…

Symposium: Environmental Entanglements

Symposium: Environmental Entanglements

Please join us for this international symposium, which takes place October 28.-29. at Videnskabernes Selskab in Copenhagen. Registration is free, but there are limited seats. Register here. The symposium is organized in collaboration between four Danish Universities: Aalborg University, Aarhus…

PhD defence: “Active ageing and the unmaking of old age: the knowledge productions, everyday practices and policies of the good late life”

PhD defence by Aske Juul Lassen, Center for Healthy Aging, Saxo Institute, September 26th 2014 at 2 pm, in room 21.0.54, KUA1, Njalsgade 120, DK-2300 Copenhagen S. The defence is open for public attendance. Construction and effect of active ageing…

Foredragsrække: Tekno-videnskabelige verdener i samfundsvidenskaberne

Igennem de seneste 30 år er videnskabs- og teknologistudier (STS) vokset til et betydeligt tværfagligt forskningsfelt, med forgreninger rundt i mange samfunds- og humanvidenskabelige discipliner (historie, sociologi, antropologi, filosofi, politologi, geografi osv.). Ud over at placere videnskab og teknologi centralt…

International Conference on Critical Kinship Studies

Venue: University of Southern Denmark, Odense Denmark Dates: 8-10th October, 2014 Register for the conference here – deadline 15 September See the program here. See the keynotes here. Information about Odense, for example accommodation and events see here. The making…

Two open lectures with Annemarie Mol

OPEN LECTURE: Feminist scholarship and fleshy realities. The case of kilo calories Time: Thursday, September 11th . 3PM – 5PM Place: The University of Copenhagen, Dept. of Sociology, CSS, Øster Farimagsgade 5, Copenhagen. 35.01.44 OPEN LECTURE: Ontonorms and other norms….