Program on Science, Technology and Society at Harvard

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Over the course of the NSF project, members gave several presentations on sociotechnical imaginaries. The slides from these talks are provided below.

Kim, Sang-Hyun, “Contesting National Sociotechnical Imaginaries: The Politics of Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research in South Korea,” International Conference on the Cultural Politics of the Life Sciences in Asia: Opportunities, Risks and the Changing Body, Leiden, The Netherlands, April 11, 2009.

Burri, Regula Valérie, “Sociotechnical Imaginaries and the Politics of Science and Technology,” Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S) annual conference, Washington, DC, USA, 28-31 October 2009.

Kim, Sang-Hyun, “Rethinking the Political Economy of Science, Technology, and National Development in South Korea: ‘Sociotechnical Imaginaries’ Perspectives,” 34th Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), Washington DC, November 1, 2009. 

Kim, Sang-Hyun, “Sociotechnical Imaginaries and the Cultural Politics of Science and Technology,” S&T Policy Colloquium Series, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Daejeon, Korea, May 10, 2010.

In summer 2009, Jasanoff taught a graduate-level “block course” in the Department for Social Studies of Science at the University of Vienna, entitled “Co-producing science and society: Theoretical approaches and empirical examples.” The concept of sociotechnical imaginaries was one of the topics taught in the course.