Science Studies Reading Group

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All sessions will be held on Mondays, 12:15 - 1:15pm in room 423 Morrill Hall.


January 28 Suman Seth
Darwin, Disease, and Descent: Race and Medicine in the Nineteenth Century
February 4 Iván Chaar-López
Operations of Inclusion/Exclusion: Articulations of the Border Technopolitical Regime
February 11       Amanda Domingues
The Unsinkable Drownproofed Bodies: Technology, Race, and Gender in Conceptualizing Bodies
February 18 Enongo Lumumba-Kasongo
On Boundary Work and Professional Audition: Reconciling Production Values in Multivalent Recording Spaces
February 25 February Break
March 4 Martin Abbott
March 11 Derek Parrott
Caring/Curing in Supervised Injection Sites
March 18 Neda Atanasoski & Kalindi Vora
Surrogate Humanity: Race, Robots, and the Politics of Technological Futures
March 25 Lisa Avron
Caring for the Economy: Climate Change Denial and Worse Problems
April 1 Spring Break
April 8 Shoan Yin Cheung
April 15 Wanheng Hu
How Do Imaginaries Sediment? The Case of China’s “Demonstration Zones for Modern Agriculture”
April 22 Amy Cheatle
The Surgical Sensorium: Sensing, Embodiment and Collaboration in the Robotic OR
April 29 Tomoko Steen
Career Path Conversation with S&TS Graduate Tomoko Steen
May 6 Ellen Abrams
"An Inalienable Prerogative of a Liberated Spirit”: Postulating American Mathematics