The term “Anthropocene” has scandalised humanity’s role in the destruction of planet earth and mobilised discourse and action in the face of climate catastrophe and biodiversity loss. Yet, scholars have recently problematised the sense of urgency invoked by the Anthropocene
We have learned with the greatest sadness of the death of our colleague, Professor Andrew Webster. Many members of Lancaster’s Centre for Science Studies knew Andrew and we feel deep sorrow at his loss. We wish to offer this appreciation
Nuclear Futures is the first of a new series of three CSS events designed to support and encourage interdisciplinary early career STS work at Lancaster and beyond. The second forthcoming event will explore the specific interdisciplinary challenges of doing early
Just ahead of the summer break, the CSS hosted ‘Emerging into Emerita’, a conversational event which celebrated the work of Professor Lucy Suchman and Professor Maggie Mort, two scholars who have made such major contributions to a range of fields
CSS is pleased to invite you to an event to celebrate Professor Maggie Mort and Professor Lucy Suchman becoming Professors Emeritae at Lancaster University. Titled ‘Emerging into Emerita’, this informal, online, intellectual get-together will stage a conversation between Lucy and
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