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Lead Editor(s) | Social Studies of Science

Published On: Jun 21 2024

Deadline: Oct 10, 2024

The journal Social Studies of Science (SSS) is inviting expressions of interest for the journal’s Lead Editor(s).

The SSS Lead Editor(s) are expected to fill the position for a minimum of three years following a transition in collaboration with the current Editor, Sergio Sismondo, with possible renewal for a second term. We are glad to consider proposals either from individuals, or for co-editorship. The Lead Editor or editorial team has primary responsibility for the ongoing curation of the journal and works closely with the journal’s Associate Editors to manage the peer re...

BKC Summer 2024 Internship Program

Published On: Mar 9 2024

Deadline: Mar 25, 2024

The Berkman Klein Center’s Summer Internship Program gives interns the opportunity to become deeply embedded within the projects and work happening across the Center. Interns spend the summer months working side-by-side with Berkman Klein staff, fellows, and scholars to keep projects moving forward, learning along the way. Interns will make valuable contributions over the course of the summer, to a wide range of projects based on the Center’s needs and the intern’s skills.

Public seminar: Call for abstracts - The ends of data: Theories, methods, and interventions in critical data and AI studies

Published On: Mar 9 2024

Deadline: May 1, 2024

What are the ends of data—meaning, which purposes are they created to serve? And what are the ends of data— meaning, when and how are data permitted to expire, be deleted, or die? This symposium investigates the intersection of these two questions within data-intensive social practices and infrastructures, where historical data are consistently integrated into new routines, domains, and frameworks to address novel inquiries.

Three-year Research Specialist position with benefits--hybrid-remote based in North Carolina Now 2024 - 2027

Published On: Mar 9 2024

The Multidisciplinary Extreme Weather Toolkit for Small-scale and BIPOC Farmers proposes to conduct research with North Carolina farmers to investigate attitudes toward weather extremes; farm, personal and community practices to contend with weather extremes; and methods and modes of education and information delivery. This research aims to inform North Carolina Cooperative Extension programs, program development, and educational approaches toward climate responsive agricultural practice adoption, farmer stress/anxiety, and farmer leadership development.

Data Power Conference: Doctoral Collloquium CfA (due 8 April, 2024)

Published On: Mar 7 2024

Deadline: Apr 8, 2024

As part of Data Power Conference, we are organizing two doctoral colloquiums in Graz and Bangalore. We invite doctoral students to submit abstracts for the Doctoral Colloquiums at the upcoming Data Power Conference. These colloquiums provides a unique opportunity for emerging scholars to present their research, engage in discussions, and receive valuable feedback from experts in the field.

Lecturer Pool All Specializations (To Include: Science, Technology, and Medicine) - Department of History

Published On: Mar 7 2024

The Department of History at the University of California, Berkeley invites applications for a pool of qualified temporary instructors to teach courses should an opening arise. The Department of History is generating an applicant pool of qualified instructors to teach courses in all areas of History (Africa, Ancient Greece & Rome, Byzantine, Early Modern Europe, East Asia, North America, Jewish, Late Modern Europe, Medieval Europe, Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and other various needs), pending openings. This pool includes assignments to teach courses in the history of science, ...

Call for Proposals for Special Issues: STHV

Published On: Mar 7 2024

Deadline: Jun 21, 2024

The editorial group of Science, Technology, & Human Values announces the journal’s 2024 Call for Proposals for Special Issues. Interested scholars should submit a proposal by 21 June 2024. In August 2024, the editors of ST&HV will choose one Special Issue proposal to proceed. The editors may also select and invite other proposals to proceed as shorter Thematic Collections if suitable. Diversity of contributions from scholars internationally, and at different career stages, is encouraged.

Call for Submissions: The 2nd International Trans Studies Conference

Published On: Mar 2 2024

Deadline: Mar 15, 2024

The 2nd International Trans Studies Conference is the long-awaited sequel to the groundbreaking Trans*Studies: An International Transdisciplinary Conference on Gender, Embodiment, and Sexuality hosted at the University of Arizona in 2016. This 4-day academic conference will bring together scholars from across the arts, humanities, social sciences, and STEM, and from around the globe, all of whom are committed to research on transgender and gender-minority issues, broadly conceived.

Call for Submissions: fPET 2024 - Forum on Philosophy, Engineering, and Technology, September 17-19, 2024 in Karlsruhe, Germany

Published On: Mar 2 2024

Deadline: Mar 15, 2024

We are delighted to invite you to the 2024 Forum on Philosophy, Engineering, and Technology (fPET 2024) at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Karlsruhe, Germany. The fPET conference will take place from Tuesday 17th until Thursday 19th September 2024.An optional satellite workshop on Normative Energy Ethics follows on Friday 20th September 2024.

Adjunct Assistant Professor - Science, Technology, & Society (Open until filled)

Published On: Mar 2 2024

Farmingdale State College invites applicants for the position of Adjunct Professor in the Department of Science, Technology, & Society (STS). The STS Bachelor of Science at FSC is a four-year interdisciplinary program which examines the complex issues that arise due to the interconnectedness of systems in the current era. Through the course of their study STS majors learn to apply scientific thinking and integrative analysis when confronting unstructured real-world problems, which may be most effectively addressed through the consideration of perspectives that cut across conventionally sep...

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