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
The use of autonomous systems is encountering rapid growth as they complement and/or supplement human-operated systems across a variety of safety or service-critical applications covering civilian, industrial or defence needs. Autonomous systems entail socio-technical relationships with users in their environment,
By Lisa Linden On June 13th-14th 2019, the binary Nordic STS Conference was held in Tampere, Finland. Together with Elena Bogdanova, Doris Lydahl and Linda Soneryd from the University of Gothenburg, I was co-organising the session Care in STS – Objects, Transformations
Does biosensing increase people’s control over their health, as it is often claimed? What is the connection between more data and health? Who is biosensing who? What is the relation between biosensing and people’s anxieties about their health? How do
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