Endre Dányi, Department of Sociology, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, shares his thoughts on the conference theme of ‘Meetings’ for EASST 2018 at Lancaster University, 25-28 July 2018. As I’m writing this, alone in the office, I’m already looking
Lucy Suchman is Professor of the Anthropology of Science and Technology at the Centre for Science Studies at Lancaster University, and was the President of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), 2016-17. ‘The politics of meetings is not a choice
Here are the deadlines for the EASST 2018 Conference: 08/11/2017: Deadline for panel (and workshop) proposals 08/12/2017: Communication of accepted panels, opening of CFP 14/02/2018: Deadline for individual paper abstract submissions (end of CFP) 14/03/2018: Accepted papers published on the website
The 2018 EASST conference theme is: Meetings: Making Science, Technology and Society Together. Here’s an excerpt from the call for papers: ‘the politics of meetings is not a choice between doing or not doing relations, but rather to think about which actors
It’s now been announced: the theme of the 2018 EASST Conference at Lancaster will be Meetings: Making Science, Technology and Society Together More details about the conference theme will be available shortly. And please visit our dedicated EASST Lancaster
The EASST 2018 Lancaster conference is now on Twitter. Follow us at @easst2018 for updates, progress reports and key announcements over the next 14 months. The call for papers will be coming soon.
Vicky Singleton and Richard Tutton report …. The Centre for Science Studies welcomed the EASST Council to Lancaster University 22-23 May for their biannual meeting. This was also a chance for the new President Professor Ulrike Felt and other recently
Welcome to the new CSS blog. This is where we’ll be posting Lancaster STS updates, news, discussions, and topical STS-relevant think-pieces. The big news is that Lancaster CSS is hosting the EASST 2018 conference. Here are the dates for your diary: