Tuesday 24th May 2016
This workshop is sponsored by the ERC Consolidator grant
(PI: Michela Massimi, Philosophy, Edinburgh)
in collaboration with colleagues in Science, Technology, and Innovation Studies at Edinburgh (ERC Consolidator grant Engineering life: ideas, practices, and promises, PI: Jane Calvert, STIS; and ERC Starting grant: Medical translation in the history of modern genomics, PI: Miguel Garcia-Sancho, STIS)
IASH seminar room 7.01 in Dugald Stuart Building
13:00 — Sandwich lunch
14:00 – Sandra Mitchell (HPS, Pittsburgh) – Multiple perspectives and model/model integration
15:00 – Miguel Garcia-Sancho (STIS, Edinburgh) – How to be (and not to be) a proactive historian
15.50 – Jane Calvert (STIS, Edinburgh): Social Studies of Synthetic Yeast
16:20 – Dominic Berry (STIS, Edinburgh): Practice across experimental spaces: HPS by ethnography
Please note: The event is open and everyone is very welcome, but registration is required given room capacity.
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend.