The Cultures of Science Seminar welcomes faculty, graduate students, and researchers working in history and geography of science; science and technology studies (STS); philosophy of science; Indigenous Traditional Knowledge; medical humanities; literature, sciences and the arts; environmental humanities; bioethics. The goal is to generate collaboration and conversation about pressing issues at the science/culture interchange, starting with a series of workshops on recent compelling research that colleagues are engaging with and would like to open up to wider, crossdisciplinary discussion and critique. Rather than presenting formal talks or works in progress, the aim is to generate discussion on focused readings across and outside our comfort zones, methodologies, and usual spheres of circulation. The seminar is open to all academics regardless of institutional affiliation.



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