Program on Science, Technology and Society at Harvard

Harvard Kennedy School of Government | Harvard University

Fall 2017

August 29, 2017

Sep. 11:
Egle Rindzeviciute (Kingston University, Sociology)
Nuclear Cultural Heritage in Russia: Politics, Community, Materiality

Sep. 18:
Evan Hepler-Smith (Harvard University Center for the Environment)
Molecular Government, Toxicological Information, and Environmental Protection

Sep. 25:
Tarun Khanna (Harvard Business School)
Crowdsourcing Memory: The 1947 Indian Partition

Oct. 2:
Alex Pentland (MIT Media Lab)
Social Intelligence, Not Artificial Intelligence

Oct. 16:
Buhm Soon Park (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Making American Biomedicine: Science, Health, and the 'Paradox of NIH'

Oct. 23:
Gabriela Soto Laveaga (Harvard, History of Science)
(Dis)Locating Science: Scientific Agriculture in 1960s Mexico and India

Oct. 30:
Lucas Mueller (MIT HASTS)
Cancerous Environments and the Global Search for Cancer’s Causes

Nov. 6:
Paula Kift (Palantir)
Privacy Default(s) by Design? Personal Data in Cybersecurity Information Sharing

Nov. 13:
Moran Levy (Columbia, Sociology)
Splitting Up Diagnoses: A Sociological Study of Cancer Classification

Nov. 20:
James Parker (Melbourne Law School)
Sonic Lawfare: The Jurisprudence of Weaponized Sound

Nov. 27:
Ian McGonigle (Harvard, Anthropology)
Grapes from Zion: Biblical Prophesy and Quality Wine in the West Bank