Keynotes - podcasts
Andrew Abbott: Interdisciplinary tolerance.
Rudolf Stichweh: On the complementarity of disciplines and interdisciplinarity. Slides (pdf)
Lars Qvortrup: University mergers between Humboldt and Stanford: The construction and deconstruction of disciplines and interdisciplinarities. Slides (pdf)
Sheila Jasanoff: A Discipline in Spite of Itself: Relativism, Reflexivity, and Resistance in STS. Slides (pdf)
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Final roundtable session: Boundary-work in science studies. With Sheila Jasanoff, Rudolf Stichweh, Jane Summerton, Raf Vanderstraeten. Moderator: Helge Jordheim.
Parallel Sessions - slides / texts
Raf Vanderstraeten: The sociology of the history of science
Desmond McNeill: On Matter and Meaning: Confronting the Challenges of Interdisciplinary Research
David Budtz Pedersen: Mapping disciplinarity and interdisciplinarity in the humanities
Jonathan Simon: Thinking about Scientific Disciplines
Noëlle L.W. Streeton: Sitting between stools: conservation research between the Humanities and Physical Sciences.
Ida Jahr: Inter-disciplinarities of American Studies in Europe and the U.S.
Monika Nerland & Karen Jensen: Knowledge cultures as constitutive for students’ learning in higher education: Disciplinary cultures and Epistemic cultures
Jeremy Hutchings: “Neither fish nor fowl” Mapping an interdisciplinary professional subject.
Annika Bergviken Rensfeldt & Rita Foss Lindblad: At the crossroads between ”scientific excellence” and ”practice‐relevant science”: Epistemic tensions in the Doctoral School
Eevi Beck: What (inter)disciplinarity? What do demarcations do?
Bianca Vienni & al.: Interdisciplinarity in higher education: Espacio Interdisciplinario from the University of the Republic (Uruguay)
Sissel Myklebust: The Norwegian terrorist Anders Behring Breivik’s “delusionial universe”: Experts and disciplines in conflict
L. to r.: Sheila Jasanoff, Raf Vanderstraeten, Jane Summerton, Rudolf Stichweh and Helge Jordheim