Informal research clinic for PhD students with Steve Woolgar, Linköping University
- Date: 02 May, 16:00–17:30
- Location: Engelska parken - Rausing Room
- Organiser: Department of History of Science and Ideas and Office for History of Science
- Contact person: Francis Lee, Sven Widmalm, H. Otto Sibum
The Higher Seminar and Office for History of Science
Informal research clinic for PhD students with Steve Woolgar, Linköping University. The workshop is open to all PhD students but space is limited (max 8 students). Priority will be given to students at the department, after this places will be awarded on a first come first serve basis. If you want to participate in the research clinic, send an email to Francis Lee. Please RSVP by April 18.
Steve Woolgar is one of the most distinguished researchers in the field of Science and Technology Studies. He is among other things known for writing the hugely influential book "Laboratory Life" with Bruno Latour. He maintains an interest in current theoretical themes in Science and Technology Studies, notably agency, ontology, materiality and causality, especially as these are worked out in relation to topics such as evaluation, impact, algorithms, revelation, irony, provocation and intervention.