Science Studies Reading Group
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All sessions will be held on Mondays, 12:15 - 1:15pm virtually. Please email email@example.com if you are interested in attending.
|February 22||Margarita Rayzberg
The Right Site for the Jobs: Processes and Politics of Site Selection in International Development Impact Evaluation
|March 8||Faridah Laffan
The Mage of Babylon: Presenting Archaeology in Victorian Britain
|March 22||Amanda Domingues
Research Proposal: 'Making the Past: Knowledge Production in Archaeology'
|April 5||Elena Sobrino
Molecular Materialism and the Politics of Toxicity in Flint's Water Crisis
|April 19||Florian Charvolin
'Doing Faune France’: Attachment and Explaining Lay Contribution to a Citizen Science Biodiversity Database
|May 3||Jiuheng He
Unveiling the Black Box of AlphaGo: Interpretability and Transparency of machine Learning