Events

Wed 18 May
14:15-15:45 | Koll G (1532-214)
CSS colloquium: Richard Dawid, Stockholm University
String theory and the scientific method
Wed 11 May
10:15-11:45 | Koll G (1532-214)
CSS colloquium: Michela Massimi, University of Edinburgh
Nineteenth century optics and three tales of success-to-truth inferences
Wed 20 Apr
14:15-15:45 | Koll G (1532-214)
CSS colloquium: Casper Andersen, Aarhus University
Science, Technology and Decolonization in UNESCO 1943-1970
Wed 06 Apr
14:15-15:45 | Koll G (1532-214)
CSS colloquium: Sarah Davis, University of Copenhagen
Performing technoscience in hacker and makerspaces: The 'hacker spirit' in grassroots technological engagement
Wed 09 Mar
14:15-15:45 | Aud. D4 (1531-219)
CSS colloquium: David Edgerton, King's College London
‘The supremacy of Uruguay’: how a peripherical historiography of science and technology may yet turn the world the right side up
Tue 08 Mar
13:15-16:00 | Aud. D2 (1531-119)
PhD defense
Gunver Lystbæk Vestergård: Where does science news come from?
Mon 07 Mar
14:15-15:45 | Koll D (1531-211)
CSS colloquium: Martin Bauer, London School of Economics
Learning from Resistance - Towards a Social Psychology of Techno-Scientific Mobilisation
Wed 24 Feb
14:15-15:45 | Aud. D4 (1531-219)
CSS colloquium: Christian Joas, University of Munich
From “Quiet Corner” to “Major Crossroad:” Quantum Many-Body Physics in the 1950s
Wed 10 Feb
14:15-15:45 | Aud. D4 (1531-219)
CSS colloquium: Yoran Jørgen Balslev, Tel Aviv University
Climatic aspects in the first city plan of Tel-Aviv (1925)
Wed 03 Feb
14:15-16:00 | Aud. D1 (1531-113)
CSS colloquium: Josette Jacobs, Wageningen University, Netherlands
Philosophy of Science for non-philosophers

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