Past Events

Date/Time Event Type Speaker Event
4 May 2018
Friday
8:30am -3:30pm
Conference

Postcolonial STS Symposium
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
2 May - 4 May 2018
Wednesday - Friday
Workshop

France Berkeley Fund workshop: “Mapping controversies and conspiracies: Exploring conceptual boundaries and pedagogical practices”
1 May 2018
Tuesday
4:00pm -5:00pm
Non-CSTMS Event
Paul Waddell
Professor and Chair, City and Regional Planning, UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design
Leveraging Data Science to Address Housing Affordability
190 Doe Library, Berkeley, CA CA
30 Apr 2018
Monday
4:10pm -5:30pm
Talk
Christian Sandvig
Professor, School of Information and the Department of Communication Studies, University of Michigan
It's "Technically Fair" But You May Not Like It: Algorithmic Curation, Filtering, and Prediction Wrestles With Ethics and Public Opinion
210 South Hall, Berkeley CA
27 Apr - 28 Apr 2018
Friday - Saturday
Non-CSTMS Event

Medium/Environment Conference
24 Apr 2018
Tuesday
5:30pm -7:00pm
Non-CSTMS Event
Trevor Paglen
PhD Geography UC Berkeley, MacArthur Foundation Award, Genius Fellow
& Julia Bryan-Wilson
http://arthistory.berkeley.edu/person/1639580-julia-bryan-wilson
BCNM Colloquium: Mapping As Research
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley CA
20 Apr 2018
Friday
3:10pm -5:00pm
Non-CSTMS Event
Deirdre K. Mulligan
Associate professor, School of Information; Faculty director, Berkeley Center for Law & Technology
& Daniel Griffin
PhD student, School of Information; co-director, UC Berkeley Center for Technology, Society & Policy
Reasons and Rights to be Brave: Rescripting Search to Respect the Right to Truth
107 South Hall, Berkeley CA
20 Apr 2018
Friday
12:30pm -1:30pm
Non-CSTMS Event
Nicholas Weaver
Professor, EECS and Researcher, International Computer Science Institute
Blockchains and Cryptocurrencies: Burn It With Fire
South Hall, Room 210, Berkeley CA
19 Apr 2018
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Hector Postigo
Associate Professor of Media & Communication and Media Studies & Production, Temple University
Resisting the Digital Labor Management Robot : Learning to Game The YouTube Search Algorithm from Video Game Commentary Makers
190 Doe Library, Berkeley, CA CA
19 Apr 2018
Thursday
12:00pm -1:30pm
Master Class
Hector Postigo
Associate Professor of Media & Communication and Media Studies & Production, Temple University
The Socio-Technical Architecture of Digital Labor
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
16 Apr 2018
Monday
4:00pm -6:00pm
Non-CSTMS Event
Massimo Mazzotti
History Colloquium: Massimo Mazzotti's "Algorithmic Life"
3335 Dwinelle Hall, Berkeley CA
12 Apr 2018
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Judy Wajcman
Anthony Giddens Professor of Sociology, London School of Economics; 2017-2018 Mellon Foundation Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University
The Digital Architecture of Time Management
190 Doe Library, Berkeley, CA CA
11 Apr 2018
Wednesday
4:30pm -6:00pm
Non-CSTMS Event
Duana Fullwiley
Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Stanford University
Habits of Power: Science Politics in Anti-Science Times, Race Politics in Anti-Racist Times
Wildavsky Room, ISSI, Berkeley CA
5 Apr 2018
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Henry Cowles
Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
When Science Was a Habit
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
5 Apr 2018
Thursday
12:00pm -1:30pm
Master Class
Henry Cowles
Assistant Professor of History, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Focus
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
28 Mar 2018
Wednesday
5:00pm -6:00pm
Non-CSTMS Event
Amos Nur
Wayne Loel Professor of Earth Sciences, Emeritus Geophysics, Stanford University
The History of Scientific Thinking about Earthquakes
Stanford University, Stanford CA
22 Mar 2018
Thursday
7:30pm -8:30pm
Non-CSTMS Event
Adam Becker
Visiting Scholar, Office for History of Science and Technology
Adam Becker Discusses "What is Real?: The Unfinished Quest for the Meaning of Quantum Physics"
Pegasus Books Downtown, Berkeley California
22 Mar 2018
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Florence Hsia
Professor of History of Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Problem of 20(k): What's Chinese Astronomy Good For?
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
22 Mar 2018
Thursday
12:00pm -1:30pm
Master Class
Florence Hsia
Professor of History of Science, University for Wisconsin-Madison
Astronomy After the Deluge
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
21 Mar 2018
Wednesday
3:30pm -5:00pm
Non-CSTMS Event
Hannah Landecker
Director, Institute for Society and Genetics, UCLA
The Food of Our Food: Medicated Feed and the Industrialization of Metabolism
575 McCone Hall, Berkeley, CA CA
15 Mar 2018
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Deborah Coen
Professor of History, Yale University
Climate Science in the Age of Empire
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
1 Mar 2018
Thursday
5:00pm -6:30pm
Special Event
Warren Sack
Chair and Professor of Digital Media, UC Santa Cruz
The Software Arts
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
1 Mar 2018
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Zeynep Tufekci
Associate Professor of the School of Information and Library Sciences and Adjunct Professor of Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The Power of Algorithms and Algorithmic Power: Conceptualizing Machine Intelligence and Social Structure
190 Doe Library, Berkeley, CA CA
28 Feb 2018
Wednesday
12:00pm -1:30pm
Non-CSTMS Event
Stephen Risi
Ph.D. Candidate, History of Science, Stanford University
How Smoking Became Addictive (Against All Odds)
Stanford University, Stanford CA
27 Feb 2018
Tuesday
7:30pm -9:00pm
Non-CSTMS Event

"Monstrous Technologies?"- Philosophy Talk Live with Guest Persis Drell
Stanford University, Stanford CA
26 Feb 2018
Monday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Special Event
Angele Christin
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, Stanford University
AFOG Public Talk: Algorithms in Practice: Comparing Web Journalism and Criminal Justice
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
22 Feb 2018
Thursday
12:30pm -2:00pm
Working Group

STS/HST Working Group Meeting
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
15 Feb 2018
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Chad Wellmon
Associate Professor of Germanic Languages and Literature, University of Virginia
The University as Technology
190 Doe Library, Berkeley, CA CA
15 Feb 2018
Thursday
12:00pm -1:30pm
Master Class
Chad Wellmon
Associate Professor of Germanic Languages and Literature, University of Virginia
Organizing Enlightenment
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
15 Feb 2018
Thursday
11:30am -1:15pm
Non-CSTMS Event
Sally Lehrman
Can We Build a Trustworthy and Trusted Press: News from The Trust Project
Rachel Carson College, Room 301, Santa Cruz CA
9 Feb 2018
Friday
9:00am -6:30pm
Non-CSTMS Event

Your Computer is on Fire: Critical Perspectives on Computing and New Media
Stanford University, Stanford CA
9 Feb - 10 Feb 2018
Friday - Saturday
Non-CSTMS Event

Workshop on Mathematical Reasoning
Stanford University, Stanford CA
8 Feb 2018
Thursday
12:30pm -2:00pm
Working Group

STS/HST Working Group Meeting
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
7 Feb 2018
Wednesday
4:30pm -6:30pm
Non-CSTMS Event

Academic (Re)Considerations: "Non-Humans" and/as Research Objects, Subjects, and Co-laborers
Humanities 2, Room 359, UCSC Campus, Santa Cruz CA
1 Feb 2018
Thursday
4:00pm -6:00pm
Reception

Spring 2018 Reception
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
1 Feb 2018
Thursday
3:00pm -4:00pm
Reception

New DE in STS Students Welcome Event
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
31 Jan 2018
Wednesday
4:00pm -6:00pm
Non-CSTMS Event

Research Justice 101: Tools for Feminist Science
Engineering 2, room 599, UCSC Campus, Santa Cruz CA
25 Jan 2018
Thursday
4:00pm -5:30pm
Colloquium
Elena Conis
Professor at the School of Journalism, University of California, Berkeley
& Aimee Medeiros
Assistant Professor of History of Health Sciences, UCSF
Vaccination, Culture, and Politics Since the Sixties
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
25 Jan 2018
Thursday
12:00pm -1:30pm
Master Class
Elena Conis
Professor of Journalism, University of California, Berkeley
Vaccine Nation
470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA
23 Jan 2018
Tuesday
10:00am -11:00am
Non-CSTMS Event
Alondra Nelson
Professor of Sociology, Columbia University
& Jenny Reardon
Professor of Sociology, University of California, Santa Cruz
Webinar: Talking Biopolitics with Alondra Nelson and Jenny Reardon on Racial and Genetic Justice
Online, Internet
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