Program on Science, Technology and Society at Harvard

Harvard Kennedy School of Government | Harvard University

Spring 2010

August 16, 2011

Feb. 1:
Christopher Jones (Center for the Environment, Harvard)
Oil Landscapes: Pipelines, Environment, and Society, 1859-1900

Feb. 8:
Hallam Stevens (History of Science, Harvard)
What It Means to Be Productive: Seeing and Doing in a High-Throughput Genome Sequencing Center

Feb. 22:
Judy Norsigian (Our Bodies Ourselves)
Genetic Technologies and their Impact on Women's Health: Selected Case Studies

Mar. 1:
Sang-Hyun Kim (Hanyang University)
Seeing Beyond the Developmental State? Social Movements and the Politics of Science & Technology in South Korea

Mar. 8:
Jeff Skopek (Harvard Law School)
The Epistemology of the Commerce Clause

Mar. 22:
Laura Stark (Sociology, Wesleyan)
On Being Normal in Abnormal Places: A Scandal-Free History of Institutional Review Boards

Mar. 29:
Bill Rankin (History of Science, Harvard)
Standardization or Infrastructure? Cartography and the History of Geographic Space

Apr. 5:
Ben Hurlbut (STS, Harvard Kennedy School)
Representing Reason: Human Embryo Research and the Politics of Public Bioethics

Apr. 12:
Archon Fung (Harvard Kennedy School)
The Principle of Affected Interests: The Circle of Inclusion in Contemporary Democracy

Apr. 26:
Jeremy Greene (History of Science, Harvard)
Generic Medicines and the Science of Similarity

May. 3:
Evelyn Fox Keller (STS, MIT)
Climategate, Science and Democracy

May. 3:
Daniel P. Carpenter (Government, Harvard)
Book launch and panel: Reputation and Power: Organizational Image and Pharmaceutical Regulation at the FDA
4pm-6pm, Tsai Auditorium; see full program for details