Program on Science, Technology and Society at Harvard

Harvard Kennedy School of Government | Harvard University

Fall 2007

August 19, 2011

Oct. 9:
Ulrike Felt (Department of Social Studies of Science, University of Vienna, Austria)
Biomedical Technologies, Citizens and Their Epistemologies: Comparative Analysis of Knowledge Narratives in Public Assessment of Biomedical Technologies

Oct. 15:
Allan Brandt (Department of the History of Science, Harvard University)
Science, Risk, and Regulation: Lessons from the Tobacco Pandemic

Oct. 22:
Justus Lentsch (Institute for Science and Technology Studies, Bielefeld University, Germany)
Scientific Advice to Policymaking: Relation between Organizational Form and Function

Oct. 29:
Chris Kelty (Department of Anthropology, Rice University; and Department of the History of Science, Harvard University)
Imagining Neutrality: Recursive Publics, Free Software and Electronic Voting Machines

Nov. 5:
Philip Campbell (Editor-in-Chief, Nature)
Gaps in the Sciences of Human Enhancement

Nov. 19:
Les Boden and David Ozonoff (Department of Environmental Health, Boston University School of Public Health; and Project on Scientific Knowledge and Public Policy)
SKAPP: Scientists Look at Science and the Law

Nov. 26:
Daniel Sarewitz (Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes, Arizona State University)
New Tools for Science Policy Making

Dec. 3:
Claire Donovan (Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University)
The Governance of Social Science: The Social Science that Dare Not Speak Its Name

Dec. 10:
Stefan Helmreich (Anthropology Program, MIT)
How the Ocean Got Its Genome: Bodies of Knowledge and Bodies of Water in Marine Microbiology