Program on Science, Technology and Society at Harvard

Harvard Kennedy School of Government | Harvard University

Fall 2010

August 16, 2011

Sep. 13:
I. Glenn Cohen (Harvard Law School)
Well, What About the Children?: Best Interests Reasoning, The New Eugenics, and the Regulation of Reproduction

Sep. 20:
Alex Csiszar (History of Science, Harvard)
Managing Science by Numbers: The Emergence of the Modern Scientific Journal

Sep. 27:
Pablo Boczkowski (Northwestern University)
News at Work: Imitation in an Age of Information Abundance

Oct. 4:
Christophe Bonneuil (CNRS and INRA-SenS, IFRIS, France)
To See or Not to See Transgenes in Mexican Landraces: Global Science and Cultural Domination

Oct. 18:
Sara Wylie (HASTS, MIT)
ExtrACT: Studying Chemicals and Corporations through STS in Practice

Oct. 25:
Shun-ling Chen (Harvard Law School)
Collaborative Authorship, from Folklore to the Wikiborg

Nov. 1:
Allison MacFarlane (George Mason University)
A Free-For-All? Impacts of Emerging Nuclear Energy Countries

Nov. 8:
Jamie Cohen-Cole (History of Science, Harvard)
Personifying Rationality: 1960s Social Science and the Problem of Objectivity

Nov. 15:
Ian Miller (History, Harvard)

Nov. 22:
Judith Layzer (Urban Studies and Planning, MIT)
Science and Storytelling in Environmental Politics

Nov. 29:
Joshua Greene (Psychology, Harvard)
The Moral Brain and How To Use It