Program on Science, Technology and Society at Harvard

Harvard Kennedy School of Government | Harvard University

Spring 2009

August 19, 2011

Feb. 9:
Phil Loring (Harvard University)
Coaxing Black Boxes to Speak English: Verbal Computers as Boundary Machines in 1950s Linguistics

Mar. 2:
Michael B. McElroy (Harvard University)
Options for a Low-Carbon Energy Future

Mar. 16:
Andrew Jewett (Harvard University)
Before the Received View: Social Theories of Science in Interwar America

Mar. 30:
Harry R. Lewis (Harvard University)
Steps Toward an Undergraduate Concentration in Technology and Society

Apr. 6:
Nasser Zakariya (Harvard University)
Origins of Epic Authorship: A Vision of Scientific Synthesis in the 1990s

Apr. 13:
Claude Rosental (CNRS & Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales)
Public Demonstrations of Technology: Sociology and Politics

Apr. 20:
Vincent Lepinay (MIT)
Sketch of Derivation: Insights from Wall Street and Atlantic Africa

Apr. 27:
Andrew Lakoff (UCSD)
Cold War Systems in Crisis: The Concept of Resilience from Psychology to Ecology