Hans Rausing Professor of History and Philosophy of Science, Hasok Chang, is visiting the Science Studies Colloquium Series. Chang focuses on history and philosophy of chemistry and physics from the 18th century onward; philosophy of scientific practice; other topics in the philosophy of science, including realism, pluralism, pragmatism, measurement, and evidence.
The seminar is open for everyone!
Ageliki Lefkaditou is visiting the Science Studies Colloquium Series. Lefkaditou is senior curator at The Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology (NTM) and a historian of science. She is writing on the history of physical anthropology, human population genetics, race and racism from late 19th century to present with a specific interest in Greece. Her interests include the development of museum theory, methods and practices, public understanding of science and science communication. Lefkaditou is the co-curator of the upcoming exhibit FOLK at NTM.
Professor i historie, Teemu Ryymin kommer til Forum for Vitenskapsteori for å innlede under tittelen: Hvilken rolle spiller historikerne og historiefaget i norsk politikkutvikling?
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Monika Bærøe Nerland, Professor of Education and leader for the research group ‘Expert cultures and institutional dynamics: Studies in higher education and work’ at the University of Oslo, Faculty of Education, is visiting the Science Studies Colloquium Series.
The Lecture is open for everyone!
Bærøe Nerland specializes in research on knowledge cultures and epistemic practices in professional education and work, with a particular interest in how ways of generating and sharing knowledge influence educational practices and development of expertise. Together with colleagues she has led and been involved in several projects that investigated these issues in different professions through a comparative approach.
Jason Brennan, Robert J. and Elizabeth Flanagan Family Term Associate Professor at Georgetown University, is visiting the Science Studies Colloquium Series (in cooperation with Department of Political Science, UiO). He specializes in politics, philosophy, and economics.
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Professor Banu Subramaniam is visiting the Science Studies Colloquium Series. Subramaniam is a professor of women, gender and sexuality studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Subramaniam won the 2016 Ludwik Fleck Prize for the book “Ghost Stories for Darwin: The Science of Variation and the Politics of Diversity".
The lecture is open for everyone!
Tor Egil Førland, Professor of History at the Department of Archaeology, conservation and history, University of Oslo, is visiting the Science Studies Colloquium Series. The Lecture is open for everyone!
Jeremy Greene, Professor of Medicine and the History of Medicine at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, is visiting the Science Studies Colloquium Series. The seminar is open for everyone!
Noah Smith is an economist and blogger at Bloomberg View. His blog, under the name “Noahpinion” is one of the most widely read blogs on the scholarly discipline of economics in the world, and he has become something close to a blog superstar in economics. Smith has a Phd in economics from the University of Michigan, and was an assistant professor of Finance at Stony Brook University, New York.
John Warner, Avalon Professor in the History of Medicine and Professor of American Studies and of History, Yale School of Medicine at Yale University, is visiting the Science Studies Colloquium. The lecture is open for everyone.
Wendy Kline, Dema G. Seelye Chair in the History of Medicine at Purdue University, is visiting the Science Stuides Colloquium Series. The Seminar is open for everyone!
She received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis, in 1998. She is the author of several articles and two books: Bodies of Knowledge: Sexuality, Reproduction, and Women’s Health in the Second Wave (University of Chicago Press, 2010) and Building a Better Race: Gender, Sexuality, and Eugenics from the Turn of the Century to the Baby Boom (University of California Press, 2001).
Alan Love is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of Minnesota and the director of the Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science. His research focuses on conceptual issues in biology.
Eva Krick is visiting the Science Studies Colloquium Series. The seminar is open for everyone.
Krick is guest researcher at ARENA from April 2015 to March 2017. She is Assistant Professor at the Department of Social Sciences at Humboldt University in Berlin.