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Past Events

2020/21

Conference - Mending Ecologies: Reparation in Social and Environmental Conflict

Date
28 June - 02 July 2021
Location:
A01 and A02, Highfield House, University Park
Description
The conference brings together practices of mending damaged ecologies that exist precariously through various societal, environmental, material involvements and across diverse locations and geographies.

ISS Meeting

Date
09 June 2021
Location:
Online
Description
Please email dimitris.papadopoulos@nottingham.ac.uk to receive access details to this online event.

ISS Seminar: Scientific emergency or emergency for science? Alternative experts and civic dislocation in the UK's Covid-19 response

Date
12 May 2021
Location:
Online
Description
With Warren Pearce (University of Sheffield).

ISS Seminar: Friction and folding: The Internet of Things and everyday life

Date
28 April 2021
Location:
Online
Description
With Murray Goulden (University of Nottingham).

ISS Seminar: Controversies in human and animal vaccination

Date
24 March 2021
Location:
Online
Description
With Pru Hobson-West (University of Nottingham).

ISS Seminar: New peasantries in Italy: Eco-commoning, agroecology and food communities

Date
24 February 2021
Location:
Online
Description
With Andrea Ghelfi (University of Nottingham).

ISS Seminar: The rise of social science in UK natural environment organisations

Date
10 February 2021
Location:
Online
Description
With Carol Morris (University of Nottingham).

ISS Seminar: Post-work and ecology

Date
27 January 2021
Location:
Online
Description
With Luigi Pellizzoni (Università di Pisa).

Conference - Responsible Innovation: Industrial Biotechnology and Engineering Biology

Date
25 January 2021
Location:
Online
Description
The Carbon Recycling Network, the Nottingham BBSRC/EPSRC Synthetic Biology Research Centre, the ENGICOIN project, and the Institute for Science and Society, University of Nottingham, are delighted to invite you to an online event.

ISS Seminar: Constructing environmental deviance: A criminological approach to controlling air pollution from residential stoves

Date
02 December 2020
Location:
Online
Description
With James Heydon (University of Nottingham).

ISS Seminar: Waging a war against pests and diseases: Responsible communication and 'gene drive' metaphors in the American, British and Australian press, 2015-2019

Date
18 November 2020
Location:
Online
Description
With Aleksandra Stelmach (University of Exeter), Brigitte Nerlich (University of Nottingham) and Sarah Hartley (University of Exeter).

ISS Meeting

Date
04 November 2020
Location:
Online
Description
Please email dimitris.papadopoulos@nottingham.ac.uk to receive access details to this online event.

ISS Seminar: Covid and climate: Two tales of expertise

Date
21 October 2020
Location:
Online
Description
With Reiner Grundmann (University of Nottingham).

 

2019/20

ISS Research Seminar: Improvising the smart home: Overcoming the standardised smart home through improvisations-in-practice

Date
10 June 2020
Location:
Online
Description
With Lewis Cameron (University of Nottingham).

ISS Research Seminar: Covid-19, public discourse and scientific expertise

Date
20 May 2020
Location:
Online
Description
With Brigitte Nerlich and Reiner Grundmann (University of Nottingham).

ISS Research Seminar: The outer space utopias of Silicon Valley

Date
29 April 2020
Location:
Online
Description
With Richard Tutton (University of York).

ISS Research Seminar: Militarising Nature/Naturalising militarisation: designing deception in the desert war 1940-1943

Date
25 March 2020
Location:
D08, Teaching and Learning Building, University Park
Description
With Isla Forsythe (University of Nottingham).

ISS Research Seminar: Experimenting in Infrastructural Downscaling: Speculative Activism in the Fab Lab and Transition Movements in Japan

Date
04 March 2020
Location:
A01, Highfield House, University Park
Description
With Atsuro Morita (Osaka University).

ISS Paper Seminar

Date
22 January 2020
Location:
A4, Law and Social Sciences, University Park
Description
With Nick Stevenson and Murray Goulden (University of Nottingham).

CANCELLED ISS Research Seminar: Militarising Nature/Naturalising militarisation: designing deception in the desert war 1940-1943

Date
04 December 2019
Location:
A02, Highfield House, University Park
Description
With Isla Forsythe (University of Nottingham).

STS4C Mobile Seminar: More-than-human? Ecology, Society and Interspecies Worlds

Date
19 November 2019
Location:
Council Room, Trent Building A21, University Park
Description
With Eva Giraud, Eleanor Hadley Kershaw, Richard Helliwell & Gregory Hollin; Pru Hobson-West; Anna Krzywoszynska; Carrie Friese & Joanna Latimer; Warren Pearce.

ISS Project Seminar

Date
06 November 2019
Location:
C11, Teaching and Learning Building, University Park
Description
With Murray Goulden, Eleanor Hadley Kershaw and Dimitris Papadopoulos (University of Nottingham).

Research Seminar: On not being a bioethicist: normativity, otherwising and synthetic biology

Date
23 October 2019
Location:
A02, Highfield House, University Park
Description
With Jane Calvert (University of Edinburgh).

Responsible Research and Innovation Conference 2019

Date
22 October 2019
Location:
East Midlands Conference Centre, University Park
Description
The conference is organised by the Graduate School and Institute for Science and Society, School of Sociology and Social Policy.

 

2018/19

The Good Drone: How social movements democratize surveillance

Date
19 June 2019
Location:
Council Room A21, Trent Building, University Park
Description
Seminar with Austin Choi-Fitzpatrick, University of Nottingham.

Microbe work: More-than-human relations in a synthetic biology centre

Date
12 June 2019
Location:
C15, Teaching and Learning Building, University Park
Description
Research seminar with Carmen McLeod and Eleanor Hadley Kershaw (University of Nottingham).

STS INVOLVED

Date
16 May 2019
Location:
A01, Centre for Advanced Studies, Highfield House, University Park
Description
Institute for Science and Society Forum with Claire Waterton (Lancaster), Dimitris Papadopoulos (Nottingham), Javier Lezaun (Oxford), Joanna Latimer (York), Kate O'Riordan (Sussex), Maria Puig de la Bellacasa (Warwick), Mike Michael (Exeter), Noortje Marres (Warwick), Paul Martin (Sheffield), Vicky Singleton (Lancaster).

A comparative study of discourses Surrounding fracking and bioenergy in the UK - A short introduction into future research

Date
08 May 2019
Location:
C10, Teaching and Learning Building, University Park
Description
Research seminar with Karolina Trdlicova (University of Nottingham).

Environmental imaginaries and the environmental science of Antimicrobial Resistance

Date
10 April 2019
Location:
A2, Law and Social Sciences Building, University Park
Description
Research seminar with Richard Helliwell (University of Nottingham), Sujatha Raman (Australian National University) & Carol Morris (University of Nottingham).

Escaping the impact and social media machines: Individual and collective solutions?

Date
27 March 2019
Location:
A2, Law and Social Sciences Building, University Park
Description
Marc Carrigan (University of Cambridge and The Sociological Review).

STS4C mobile seminar: Living with machines: AI, robots and IoT in everyday life

Date
26 March 2019
Location:
Interdisciplinary Centre of the Social Sciences, University of Sheffield
Description
This is the first the first STS 4 Cities Consortium (Nottingham, Sheffield, Leeds, York) mobile seminar in our 'More than human?' series of events.

Critical theory in the Anthropocene: Marxism, ecology and the commons

Date
13 March 2019
Location:
A2, Law and Social Sciences Building, University Park
Description
Research seminar with Nick Stevenson (University of Nottingham).

The vet in the lab: Exploring the position of animal professionals in non-therapeutic roles

Date
30 January 2019
Location:
A21, Trent Building, University Park
Description
Research seminar with Vanessa Ashall (University of Nottingham).

The animal research nexus: Reflections on the process, promise and pitfalls of a large collaborative project

Date
12 December 2018
Location:
A02, Highfield House, University Park
Description
Research seminar with Pru Hobson-West (University of Nottingham).

The sins of the fathers: Men and new reproductive imaginaries in discourses of epigenetics

Date
28 November 2018
Location:
A02, Highfield House, University Park
Description
Research seminar with Aleksandra Stelmach (University of Nottingham).

Two windows on the smart home: Political economy and interpersonal privacy

Date
07 November 2018
Location:
C10, Teaching and Learning Building, University Park
Description
Research seminar with Murray Goulden (University of Nottingham).

 

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Institute for Science and Society
School of Sociology and Social Policy
Law and Social Sciences
University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD