Several members of the InSIS team will be participating in the 4S/EASST conference 'Science and Technology by Other Means' to be held in Barcelona from August 31 to September 3, 2016.
For more information on their participation, please see below:
Dr Javier Lezaun - Co-Convenor - 'Economies of Life in Biomedicine' track.
Dr Rob Bellamy - Convenor - 'Tackling climate change by other means: opening up geoengineering governance' track.
Professor Steve Rayner - Presenting the paper 'Disruptive Discourse: Negotiating the Boundaries of Geoengineering Research' as part of the 'Tackling climate change by other means: opening up geoengineering governance' track.
Mr Kåre Poulsgaard - Presenting the paper ' Digital cultures: architectural design and innovation in practice' as part of the 'Doing theory by other means: how does architectural production challenge STS and ANT' track.
Ms Farzana Dudhwala - Presenting the paper 'The 'Sobjective' Self: A Paradoxical Multiplicity' as part of the 'Everyday analytics: The politics and practices of self-monitoring' track.
Dr Steve Woolgar - Co-Convenor - 'Valuation practices at the margins' track.
Dr Tanja Schneider - Presenting the paper 'Digital food activism as ontological experimentation' as part of the 'Infrastructures, subjects, politics' track.
Professor Lisa Dilling - Presenting the paper 'Power and Process: Shaping Knowledge Landscapes for Adaptation in Tanzania' as part of the 'STS and Climate Change: Perspectives on/from the Global South' track.