On Tuesday 3rd May the Nuclear Futures team hosted an online CSS event which marked the culmination of the Nuclear Futures series. The series also included an in-person workshop in 2021 and an exhibition held in Lancaster in April 2022.
The Centre for Science Studies is pleased to announce a call for contributions to a new online two-day interdisciplinary workshop that will bring together PGR and ECR researchers who work with methods and theory in and from STS to explore
We are pleased to invite you to the first event in CSS’ Talking STS series. In the series, a CSS colleague at Lancaster and an external invited speaker engage in dialogue around a topic of shared interest. The event will
The first part of the Nuclear Futures event, one of three events in the CSS Emergent STS series, was held on Thursday 28 October 2021. Due to the widely reported severe weather conditions in Cumbria on the event day, the
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
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