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Date/Time Event Type Speaker Event
24 Feb 2017
Friday
4:00pm -4:00pm

Charis Thompson
Chancellor’s Professor, Gender and Women Studies
Human Genome Editing in a Time of Science Elites and Nationalist Populism
8417 Social Science, Holtz Center, Madison Wisconsin
2 Mar 2017
Thursday
12:00pm -1:30pm
Master Class
Dr. Niki Vermeulen
Lecturer in History/ Sociology of Science, Wellcome Research Fellow, The University of Edinburgh
The Choreography of a New Research Field: Aggregation, Circulation and Oscillation
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
2 Mar 2017
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Dr. Niki Vermeulen
Lecturer in History/ Sociology of Science, Wellcome Research Fellow, The University of Edinburgh
Modelling Life: The Choreography of Systems Biology as a Scientific/Intellectual Movement
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
9 Mar 2017
Thursday
4:00pm -5:00pm
Reception

DE in STS Spring Event and Program Information Session
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
13 Mar 2017
Monday
5:00pm -6:00pm
Workshop
Paul Burnett
Historian/Interviewer, Bancroft Library
New Tools in the Digital Humanities and Oral History: Crafting a Research Agenda
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
16 Mar 2017
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Elizabeth Petrick
Assistant Professor, Federated History Department, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Becoming Users: People with Disabilities and Computer Technology
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
22 Mar 2017
Wednesday
6:00pm -7:30pm

Jeremy Gray
Mathematics and Statistics, The Open University and The Mathematics Institute, University of Warwick, U.K.
Theory Choice: Felix Klein and Galois Theory
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
23 Mar 2017
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Laura Nelson
Associate Professor, Department of Gender and Women's Studies; Chair, Center for Korean Studies
Hopeful Burdens of Survival: Living Past Breast Cancer in South Korea
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
13 Apr 2017
Thursday
5:00pm -6:00pm
Colloquium
Eden Medina
Associate Professor of Informatics and Computing, Affiliated Associate Professor of Law, and Adjunct Associate Professor of History at Indiana University, Bloomington
Technology and Forensic Evidence Chilean Human Rights Investigations
370 Dwinelle Hall, Berkeley
27 Apr 2017
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Rebecca Lemov
Professor of the History of Science, Harvard University
The Shadow of Brainwashing: A Short History of Coercive Interrogation from the Cold War to the War on Terror
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA

 

Our last 20 Events

For a full list of past events click here.

Date/Time Event Type Speaker Event
23 Feb 2017
Thursday
12:00pm -1:30pm
Working Group

STS Working Group Event: 2017 Article Competition Works in Progress
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
16 Feb 2017
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Mario Biagioli
Distinguished Professor of Science and Technology Studies, Law, & History, Director, Center for Science & Innovation Studies, Co-Director, Innovating Communication in Scholarship Project, UC Davis
After Fraud: Metrics and the New Scientific Misconduct
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
13 Feb 2017
Monday
12:00pm -1:30pm
Working Group
Mark Coeckelbergh
Professor of Philosophy of Media and Technology in the Department of Philosophy, University of Vienna
Romantic Cyborgs: Romanticism, Information Technology, and the End of the Machine
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
9 Feb 2017
Thursday
5:00pm -7:00pm
Mixer

Medicine Working Group (MEDS) Mixer
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
9 Feb 2017
Thursday
2:00pm -3:30pm
Workshop

Writing for a Public Audience
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
8 Feb 2017
Wednesday
8:15am -5:15pm
Workshop

Carbon Dioxide Removal / Negative Emissions Technologies Workshop
Hotel Shattuck Plaza, Berkeley CA
2 Feb 2017
Thursday
4:00pm -6:00pm
Reception

CSTMS Spring Reception
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
8 Dec 2016
Thursday
12:00pm -1:30pm
STS Working Group

Share Your Research! Last STS Working Group Meeting
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
1 Dec - 2 Dec 2016
Thursday - Friday
Conference

Algorithms in Culture Conference
21 Nov 2016
Monday
12:00pm -1:30pm
STS Working Group
Sasha Disko
"The World is My Domain: Technology, Gender, and Orientalism in German Interwar Motorized Adventure Literature"
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
18 Nov 2016
Friday
12:00pm -1:30pm
Working Group
Sandra Eder
Assistant Professor of History, University of California, Berkeley
STS Working Group Discussion with Sandra Eder
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
17 Nov 2016
Thursday
5:30pm -7:30pm
Reception

Working Groups and Designated Emphasis program fall party
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
17 Nov 2016
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Sandra Eder
Assistant Professor of History, University of California, Berkeley
Gender and Normativity: The Transformation of Sex in American Medicine
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
10 Nov 2016
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Jane Calvert
Reader in Science, Technology, and Innovation Studies, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Engineering life? The case of synthetic yeast
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
10 Nov 2016
Thursday
12:00pm -1:30pm
Working Group
Jane Calvert
Reader in Science, Technology, and Innovation Studies, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
STS Working Group Discussion with Jane Calvert
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
9 Nov 2016
Wednesday
5:00pm -7:00pm

Korshi Dosoo
Labex RESMED, Sorbonne Paris-IV
Demons and Delusions, Frauds and Phenomenology. The Psychology of Magic in Roman Egypt
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
3 Nov 2016
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm

Gideon Manning
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, California Institute of Technology
The Vitality of Importance of Early Modern Galenism
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
27 Oct 2016
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Book Launch
Aimee Medeiros
Assistant Professor of the History of Health Sciences at the University of California, San Fransisco
Aimee Medeiros Book Party
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
20 Oct 2016
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Carla Lois
Professor at the University of Buenos Aires, Autonomous University of Entre Rios Researcher, National Scientific and Technical Research Council
Mapping Revolutions: A New and Unstable Political Map for Latin America during Independencies in European and American Atlases (1800- 1860)
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
20 Oct 2016
Thursday
12:00pm -1:30pm
OHST Working Group
Carla Lois
Professor at the University of Buenos Aires, Autonomous University of Entre Rios Researcher, National Scientific and Technical Research Council
STS Working group meets with Carla Lois
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA

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