SJWG Workshop and Event | Imaginactivism: Magic, Figuration & Speculative Fiction in the Pursuit of Justice

October 18th, 2017  |  by  |  published in Non-CSTMS Event | Comments Off on SJWG Workshop and Event | Imaginactivism: Magic, Figuration & Speculative Fiction in the Pursuit of Justice

SJWG Workshop and Event | Imaginactivism: Magic, Figuration & Speculative Fiction in the Pursuit of Justice

18 Oct 2017 Wednesday 1:00pm -8:00pm Non-CSTMS Event SJWG Workshop and Event | Imaginactivism: Magic, Figuration & Speculative Fiction in the Pursuit of Justice 470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA

Socially Engaged Internet-Art: Aesthetics of Information Ethics

October 23rd, 2017  |  by  |  published in Non-CSTMS Event | Comments Off on Socially Engaged Internet-Art: Aesthetics of Information Ethics

Socially Engaged Internet-Art: Aesthetics of Information Ethics

23 Oct 2017 Monday 6:30pm -8:00pm Non-CSTMS Event Paolo Cirio Artist, Hacktivist, and Cultural critic Socially Engaged Internet-Art: Aesthetics of Information Ethics Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Berkeley CA

Visual Trumpery: Fighting Against Fake Data and Visualizations — From the Left and From the Right

October 25th, 2017  |  by  |  published in Non-CSTMS Event | Comments Off on Visual Trumpery: Fighting Against Fake Data and Visualizations — From the Left and From the Right

Visual Trumpery: Fighting Against Fake Data and Visualizations — From the Left and From the Right

25 Oct 2017 Wednesday 2:00pm -3:30pm Non-CSTMS Event Alberto Cairo Knight Chair in Visual Journalism at the University of Miami Visual Trumpery: Fighting Against Fake Data and Visualizations — From the Left and From the Right 202 South Hall, Berkeley California

Nature Resistant: Tracking the Strange History of the Corpse Flower in the Nineteenth-Century

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26 Oct 2017 Thursday 4:30pm -6:30pm Non-CSTMS Event Elaine Ayers PhD Candidate at Princeton University Nature Resistant: Tracking the Strange History of the Corpse Flower in the Nineteenth-Century Stanford University, Stanford CA

Workshop in History of Greek Mathematics

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Workshop in History of Greek Mathematics

27 Oct 2017 Friday 9:00am -5:00pm Non-CSTMS Event Workshop in History of Greek Mathematics Stanford University, Stanford CA

Material Signals: A Historical Sociology of High Frequency Trading

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Material Signals: A Historical Sociology of High Frequency Trading

27 Oct 2017 Friday 12:00pm -1:30pm Master Class Donald MacKenzie Professor of Sociology, University of Edinburgh Material Signals: A Historical Sociology of High Frequency Trading 470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA

Jitter: “Making,” “Taking,” and How Trading Algorithms Interact

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Jitter: “Making,” “Taking,” and How Trading Algorithms Interact

27 Oct 2017 Friday 4:00pm -5:30pm Colloquium Donald MacKenzie Professor of Sociology, University of Edinburgh & Neil Fligstein Professor of Sociology, UC Berkeley Jitter: “Making,” “Taking,” and How Trading Algorithms Interact 470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA

Technopolitics and Empire: New Directions in Science Studies

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Technopolitics and Empire: New Directions in Science Studies

2 Nov 2017 Thursday 9:30am -5:00pm Workshop Technopolitics and Empire: New Directions in Science Studies 470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA

“Time in Space: Representing the Past in Map” Workshop

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10 Nov 2017 Friday 1:00pm -4:30pm Non-CSTMS Event "Time in Space: Representing the Past in Map" Workshop Stanford University, Stanford CA

Patent Politics: Life Forms, Markets, and the Public Interest in the United States and Europe

November 16th, 2017  |  by  |  published in Special Event | Comments Off on Patent Politics: Life Forms, Markets, and the Public Interest in the United States and Europe

2000/11/15:Germany/Deutschland - Baby mit Patentclip im Ohr. Symbol fuer Patente auf Leben. 
Baby with patent clip in the ear. Symbol for patents on life.    
©Axel Kirchhof/Greenpeace (Montag - 0012201 - (×××)

16 Nov 2017 Thursday 4:00pm -5:30pm Special Event Shobita Parthasarathy Associate Professor, Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan Patent Politics: Life Forms, Markets, and the Public Interest in the United States and Europe 470 Stephens Hall, Berkeley CA

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