Mullins and Edge Prize Announcements. David Hakken Fund, Meeting News, 4S Statement of Purpose, President and Council Elections(...more)
Carson and Fleck Prize Announcements
It is my great pleasure to announce the two recipients of this year’s 4S book prizes!
Gabrielle Hecht (University of Michigan, US) is the winner of the 2016 Rachel Carson Prize for her book Being Nuclear: Africans and the Global Uranium Trade (2012 MIT Press). The Carson Prize is awarded for an outstanding book length work of social or political relevance in the area of science and technology studies.
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Bernal Prize to Michael Lynch. In Memoriam: David Hakken(...more)
6S Workshop funded. 4S/ASIST collaboration. Campaign to ban lethal autonomous weapons.(...more)
Awarded annually for the best article in the area of science and technology studies by the 4S. Deadline for nominations is May 1, 2016.(...more)
The award will be granted annually. Both mid-career and more senior scholars are eligible.
Send nominations to Sharon Traweek (UCLA, USA; co-chair) by April 30, 2016. Other members of the 2016 committee include:Sulfikar Amir (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore); Kim Fortun (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA); Leandro Rodriguez-Medina (Universidad de las Americas Puebla, Mexico); Kaushik Sunder Rajan (U Chicago, USA; co-chair); Sally Wyatt (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts &...(...more)
The EASST/4S 2016 conference in Barcelona this August 31 – September 3rd has received over 2500 abstract submissions! 4S Council will hold our Spring meeting addressing a range of agenda items including an update to the statement of 4S’ purpose.(...more)
Barcelona meeting off to a lively start with 115 Open Tracks offering an abundant array of thematic streams. More reflections on 4S’s position in a postcolonial/de-colonizing STS landscape. Renewed commitment to Backchannels.(...more)
The STS Infrastructure Award Committee (co-chaired by Geof Bowker and Kenji Ito) welcomes nominations for the recipient of the first award, to be presented at EASST/4S 2016 in Barcelona. Please submit nominations.(...more)
As I mentioned in my brief remarks in Denver, over the next year I hope to convene a discussion around what it means for 4S to be an international association that is administratively based in the United States. A rough survey of our membership database (with apologies for all of the differences within that are erased by the categories) suggests that 676 or just over one half of 4S members are currently located in the U.S., with another 95 in Canada; 356 or just under one third are based in...(...more) ‹ First < 2 3 4 5 6 > Last ›