Program on Science, Technology and Society at Harvard

Harvard Kennedy School of Government | Harvard University

Fall 2022

September 5, 2022

Sep. 12:
Brenda Dvoskin (Harvard Law School)
Expert Governance of Online Speech

Sep. 19:
Archon Fung (Harvard Kennedy School)
Epistemic Polarization: Who Killed the Truth and Can We Resurrect It?

Sep. 26:
Edward R. Carr (Clark University, International Development, Community, and Environment)
Transformational Adaptation as an Applied STS Problem

Oct. 3:
Sam Bookman (Harvard Law School)
What We Talk About When We Talk About “Environmental Constitutionalism”

Oct. 17:
Aniket De (Harvard University, History)
Racial Segregation and Colonial Self-Government: South Africa and British India, 1900–35

Oct. 24:
Lundy Braun (Brown University, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine)
Algorithms, Race, and Racism: Historical Perspectives

Oct. 31:
Anthony Acciavatti (Yale University, Architecture)
Sensing Village Life: Satellites, Lies, and Videotape in India

Nov. 7:
Pierre Delvenne (University of Liège, Political Science)
Moving Cells, Making Value: The Biography of Living Things Revisited

Nov. 14:
Tawanna Dillahunt (University of Michigan, Information)
Alternative Narratives of Digital Futures: A Discussion of Equitable Approaches

Nov. 21:
José Perillan (Vassar College, Physics and STS)
Science Between Myth and History: Writing the Past to Control the Future

Nov. 28:
Karl Dudman (Harvard STS)
Cooperative Extension, Climate Science, and the Quest for the Public Good