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tuesday, august, 19 wednesday, august, 20
TUESDAY, AUGUST, 19
001. 4S Publications Meeting
1:00 to 3:00 pm
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
002. 4S Council Meeting
3:00 to 6:00 pm
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
003. Registration
4:00 to 7:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Lobby
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, 20
004. Knowledge, Struggle, Transition
8:30 to 10:30 am
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
Chair:
Joaquim Toledo Jr, Unicamp
Participants:
Rethinking collective tacit knowledge Xiao Tan, Sun Yat-Sen
University
Research in transition - The birth of transition research in a
Flemish technological research organization Robby
Berloznik, Flemish Institute for Technological Research
The transformations of the naval section of the technological
research institute: learning and institutional evolution Lucas
Rodrigo Silva, University of Campinas (UNICAMP); Leda
Maria Caira Gitahy, UNICAMP
The struggle for attention space: neopragmatism as an
intellectual movement Joaquim Toledo Jr, Unicamp
Struggles of discourses on forest conservation and management
in Spain and the shaping of future human-forests
relationships Mireia Pecurul-Botines, Sustainable Research
Institute. University of Leeds
005. Engaged STS in Engineering
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Borges
Chair:
Rodrigo Ribeiro, Federal University of Minas Gerasi - Brazil
Participants:
Regulating or increasing production variability? The role of
industrial operators in the prescriptive versus practice-based
approaches to work Samira Lima, Universidade Federal de
Minas Gerais - UFMG; Rodrigo Ribeiro, Federal University
of Minas Gerasi - Brazil; Francisco de Paula Antunes Lima,
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG
Two forms of life and the real world: Contributions and Limits
of Design
and Operational Practices in the
Redesign of an Industrial Furnace Saulo Costa Val de Godoi,
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG; Rodrigo
Ribeiro, Federal University of Minas Gerasi - Brazil
The Role of Experience in Perception Rodrigo Ribeiro, Federal
University of Minas Gerasi - Brazil
El Programa Ingeniería 2030: Kit para Armar Un Nuevo
Ingeniero Juan Felipe ESPINOSA CRISTIA, Pontificia
Universidad Católica de Valparaíso
006. Dynamics in Engineering Practices
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin
Chairs:
Andrés Felipe Valderrama Pineda, Aalborg University
Anders Buch, Aalborg University
Participants:
What Are the ‘Practices’ in Engineering Practice? Anders Buch,
Aalborg University
Software engineering practices in the transition between
education and work life Vivian Anette Lagesen, Norwegian
University of Science and Technology
Multiple design practices Søsser Brodersen, Department of
Development and Planning, Aalborg University; Rikke
Premer Petersen, Aaulborg University, Department of
Development and Planning; Ulrik Jørgensen, Aalborg
University
Administración del Conocimiento: Disciplina ineludible o
práctica alternativa para la adopción del enfoque de procesos
Maria del Pilar Trujillo Andrade, Instituto Politécnico
Nacional - UPIICSA; Angel Rivera, Instituto Politécnico
Nacional - UPIICSA
Waste Incineration Controversy in China: Contesting
Technologies and Negotiating Rights Jieying Zhang, The
Chinese University of Hong Kong
007. Engineering Education in Action
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Dalí
Chair:
Jingjin Wang, STS, Tsinghua University
Participants:
Searching the human face of computer science curricula in
Brazil Miguel Jonathan, Universidade Federal do Rio de
Janeiro
Education of Engineering Literacy for Non-Engineers Kiyoshi
SHIBATA, Chiba Institute of Technology
Techno-cosmopolitanism as ideology and pedagogy: Learning
social division in a connected age Christo Sims, University of
California, San Diego
Redrawing the Map: Engineering Education in
Twentieth
‐Century
Jingjin
Wang,
China
STS, Tsinghua
University; Bing Liu, Tsinghua University
Engineering Ethics in Japan: Its Retrospect and Prospect
Hidekazu Kanemitsu, Kanazawa Institute of Technology
008. Engineers, Technology and Society
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Miró
Chair:
Caroline baillie, UWA
Participants:
Engineering and Social Justice Donna Riley, Smith College
Engineering and Sustainable Community Development Juan
Lucena, Colorado School of Mines; Jen Schneider, Colorado
School of Mines; Jon Leydens, Colorado School of Mines
Engineering and War: Militarism, Ethics, Institutions,
Alternatives Michael Levine, UWA; Dean Nieusma,
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Ethan Blue, UWA
Engineers, Society, and Sustainability Sarah Bell, University
College London
The Garbage Crisis: A Global Challenge for Engineers Caroline
baillie, UWA; Randika Jayasinghe, University of Western
Australia; Toni Smythe, UWA; Usman Mushtaq, Queens
University
Estado, ingeniería y territorio: el Ministerio de Obras Públicas
de la Nación en Argentina Anahi Ballent, Instituto de
Estudios de la Ciencia y la Tecnología. Universidad
Nacional de Quilmes, Argentina
Discussant:
Carl Mitcham, Colorado School of Mines
009. Imagining Energy Futures
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere
Chair:
Monamie Bhadra, Arizona State University
Participants:
The Solar Haj: Morocco’s Role in Mediterranean Energy
Integration Sharlissa Moore, Arizona State University
Carbon Markets, Forests, and the Re-Imagination of the Global
Chad Monfreda, Arizona State University
Forging necessary political fictions through nuclear energy in
India Monamie Bhadra, Arizona State University
Expectant support: Technoscientists making a post carbon
public Sara Heidenreich, Norwegian University of Science
and Technology, Trondheim
Publics making sense of energy dialogues Henrik Karlstrøm,
Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Knut H
Sørensen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
How publics make publics: ‘Othering’ as an energy transitions
logic Heidrun Åm, Norwegian University of Science and
Technology (NTNU); Vivian Anette Lagesen, Norwegian
University of Science and Technology
Discussants:
Shobita Parthasarathy, University of Michigan
Clark Miller, Arizona State University
010. Inter-cultural Communication Within and Beyond Science
and Technology
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I
Chair:
Tiago Ribeiro Duarte, University of Brasília
Participants:
Mediating communication: Trust, interactional expertise, and
the fractal model Tiago Ribeiro Duarte, University of
Brasília
Probing the social boundaries of scientific knowledge: the
heartlands and hinterlands of physics Luis Ignacio ReyesGalindo, Cardiff University
The Distinction Between Experts and Non-Experts:
Methodological Consequences for Research in Science
Communication Aline Guevara Villegas, Institute of Nuclear
Sciences National Autonomous University of Mexico
Innermost and Outermost Scientific Communication: Different
or Analogous Processes? Carina Cortassa, Centro REDES
An Intercultural STS Approach to the “Troubles” of
Marginalized Youth Roberto Domingo Toledo, INSHEA,
France
011. Laboratory Experiments: Alternatives and Dynamics
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II
Chairs:
Luciana de Souza Leao, Columbia University
Margarita Rayzberg, Northwestern
Participants:
The taste bud and the form. Ethnography of sensory labs
Thomas Vangeebergen, FNRS-Université de Liège/ CSI -
Ecoles des Mines
Randomized Evaluations in the making Luciana de Souza Leao,
Columbia University
American Behavioral Scientists, Taiwanese Technocrats, and
Social Laboratory of Fertility Control in the 1960s Yu-Ling
Huang, State University of New York at Binghamton
A mobilização do saber em atividades repetitivas na indústria
têxtil Vitor Guilherme Carneiro Figueiredo, UNIFEI;
Michelle Karine Figueiredo, 3186237491; Leonardo
Gonçalves, UFMG
Epistemologías sociales y modelos de experimentación María
Soledad López, Universidad Nacional de La Plata - Facultad
de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educación
Science in Captivity Cristina Visperas, UCSD
012. Fermentation / Fermentación
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart
Chairs:
Heather Paxson, MIT
Deborah Heath, Lewis & Clark College
Participants:
Germs, homes and health: Keeping bacteria at bay in Canada
Carlos Novas, Carleton University
Narrating Fermentation: American Scientists Tell of the
“Good,” as well as the "Bad," Microbes that Make Cheese
Heather Paxson, MIT
When Yeast’s Waste is Human’s Energy: Paradox in a Brazilian
Biofuel Fermentation Lab Nicole Labruto, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology
Vines, Wines and Qualisigns: Vineyard and Cellar
Biogeographies Deborah Heath, Lewis & Clark College
013. Real/Virtual Injury
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso
Chair:
Marisa Brandt, UCSD
Participants:
The Remediation of Killing: Drone Warfare from Secrecy to
Social Media Peter Asaro, New School University
The Ultimate Skinner Box? How Therapists Explain Using
Virtual Reality to Treat Military PTSD Marisa Brandt,
UCSD
War going Virtuous: between the Virtual and the Simulacra
Alcides Eduardo dos Reis Peron, Campinas State University;
Rafael Dias, Campinas State University
War Becoming Real: Configuring the interface in training
simulation Lucy Suchman, Lancaster University
Discussant:
Kenneth MacLeish, Center for Medicine, Health and Society
014. In Search of "Lines of Flights" with / in / to / for / by Latin
America and Elsewhere
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela
Chair:
Ivan da Costa Marques, Universidade Federal do Rio de
Janeiro
Participants:
O conceito de Ciência e Cidadania presente nas escolas
brasileiras. Elika Takimoto, CEFET-RJ; Antonio Augusto
Videira, UERJ
Quipu – Revista Latinoamericana de História de las Ciencias y
la Tecnologia: comunidade epistêmica Márcia Regina
Barros da Silva, Universidade de São Paulo - USP
O que os Estudos CTS podem fazer com e para o Brasil? Uma
resposta antropofágica e alguns exemplos Ivan da Costa
Marques, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Laboratórios Tupiniquins: Produzindo Moedas, Culturas e
Outros Bichos Luiz Arthur Silva de Faria, Universidade
Federal do Rio de Janeiro - UFRJ
Inscrições do futuro: ficção científica e teoria ator-rede Walter
Eler Couto, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso; Dolores
Galindo, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso
Controvérsias da rede sociotécnica do biodiesel no Brasil
Daniela Alves, Universidade Federal De Viçosa
015. Combining scientometrics and indexes with studies on
gender in science
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi
Chair:
Anne-Sophie Godfroy, Science Norms Decision (university
Paris Sorbonne & CNRS)
Participants:
Participación de mujeres científicas en la química colombiana
(1971-1999) Roy Waldhiersen Morales Pérez, Universidad
Nacional de Colombia; Yuri Jack Gómez Morales,
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Creating Pregnant Lived Body and Feminist Subjects YU O
YANG, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Indexes and indicators: Translating the real world into numbers
creates a new social reality. The GenderTime case AnneSophie Godfroy, Science Norms Decision (university Paris
Sorbonne & CNRS)
Perceptions of the Work Environment in Universities and
National Research Institutes: The Role of Gender and
Bureaucracy in Three Low-Income Countris Paige Miller,
University of Wisconsin, River Falls; Antony Palackal
Varghese, Loyola College of Social Sciences; Mark Schafer,
Louisiana State University; Wesley Shrum, Louisiana State
University
Dissecting Scientific Collaboration Motives of Indian
Immigrant Faculty in the United States Meghna Sabharwal,
The University of Texas at Dallas; Roli Varma, University of
New Mexico
Detección y análisis de “comunidades bibliográficas” en las
publicaciones CTS de Latinoamérica Daniela De Filippo,
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
016. Locating Science, Policy and Indigeneity in the Americas
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi
Participants:
Arctic Medicine, Epidemiology, and ‘Eskimo’ Blood: The
Beginnings of Indigenous Biomedical Communities in
Alaska Tess Lanzarotta, Yale University
Decolonizing Medical Practice: Activist Critiques and New
State Projects in Bolivia Gabriela Morales, Yale University
Training the Anthropologist: Xavante Interlocutors and
Research Roles in Brazilian Anthropology Rosanna Dent,
University of Pennsylvania
Vulnerable Populations: Sovereignty and Science in Arctic
Alaska Jennifer Brown, University of Pennsylvania
Knowledge co-production on territories with stakeholders to act
for sustainability Roberto Cittadini, Labintex INTA
Argentina / UMR Innovation, INRA, France; Claire Ruault,
GERDAL, FRANCE; Christophe Soulard, UMR Innovation,
INRA, France
017. The human body in advanced biomedicine: transformative
trials, experimental practices
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
Chairs:
Paul Just, University of Vienna, Dpt. of Political Science/Life
Science Governance (LSG) Research Platform
Christian Haddad, University of Vienna
Participants:
Autologous biopolitics: governing the experimental use of
patient-own stem cells Christian Haddad, University of
Vienna
Travelling through brain/histories: bio-objects in clinical
research trials Paul Just, University of Vienna, Dpt. of
Political Science/Life Science Governance (LSG) Research
Platform
Public participation and self-care practices: How runners
negotiate medical expertise in the everyday management of
injury Patricia Campbell, University of Calgary/Red Deer
College
Competition over Expert Authority in the New Field of Human
IVF Jung-Ok Ha, Seoul National University
Discussant:
Kaushik Sunder Rajan, University of Chicago
018. Theorizing STS from the Southern Cone: The Geopolitics of
Science in the Global South
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Borges
Participants:
International, regional or local economic
liberalism? Political economy and international experts in
Latin America, 1850-1890 Jimena Caravaca, IDES-CISCONICET
Antipsychiatry in Transit: Hippie Communes, Postcolonial
Laboratories, and Cultural Imperialism in Cold War
Argentina Marco Antonio Ramos, Yale University
A historical perspective on university psychology curricula in
Argentina: A recent look at major authors and theories
Eugenia González, UNCuyo-UNCórdoba-CONICET
The diagnosis of psychosis in Argentina: from ideas to practices
(1895-1930) Alejandra Golcman, ISES-IDES/UNGSCONICET
Discussant:
P. Sean Brotherton, Yale University
019. Unmaking Gender
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin
Participants:
You Talkin’ to Me?: Visualizing the Student in Science
Education Comics Erika Cheng, University of California,
San Diego
Hatsune Miku and the Design of the Virtual Pop Star Thomas
Conner, University of California, San Diego
“This is Just Practice!” Women’s Work in a Time of Revolt
Joan Marie Donovan, University of California San Diego
Of foreigners and females. Performing embodied identities in
scopic media Niklas Woermann, SDU Odense, Uni of
Constance; Heiko Kirschner, University of Dortmund
Germany
020. Medicine, Politics, and the Struggle with Sex I
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Dalí
Chair:
Cassandra J Wells, University of British Columbia
Participants:
Rejuvenation and the beginnings of the Chilean endocrinology
as a problem of sex, gender and eugenics. Marcelo Sánchez,
Universidad de Chile
Sex Transformations as Side Effect: Renegotiating Sexed Life
with Steroids Sari Irni, University of Tampere, Finland
Sex Testing and the Science of Human Improvement Cassandra
J Wells, University of British Columbia
Testosterone trafficking and care networks Esther Ortega,
Santiago de Compostela University
Economy and Eros: Sexual Ideology as Cultural Technology
Kirk Fiereck, Columbia University / University of
Pennsylvania
021. Os desafios para a filosofia no século XXI
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Miró
Chair:
Rossano Rosario Pecoraro, Universidade Federal do Estado do
Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO)
Participants:
O filósofo da ciência como sujeito do verbo estudar Maria
Helena Silva Soares, UERJ
Técnica em Heidegger e a leitura de Sloterdijk. Evandro
Bilibio, UFFS - Universidade Federal da Fronteira Sul
Condição Humana e Tecnologia: um estudo sobre as filosofias
de Andrew Feenberg, Hans Jonas, Hannah Arendt e Giogio
Agamben. Priscilla Cavalcante Normando, Universidade de
Brasília - Observatório do Movimento pela Tecnologia
Social na América Latina (OBMTS/UnB)
Filosofia, Bíos e Poder na era da Biotecnologia Rossano
Rosario Pecoraro, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio
de Janeiro (UNIRIO)
Los mitos transmitidos por la enseñanza de las ciencias: una
reconstrucción de las nociones ingenuas sobre la naturaleza
de las ciencias a partir de la filosofía de la ciencia. loreto
mora muñoz, universidad nacional autónoma de méxico
022. Anthropology and STS: Dis/Encounters and Potential
South-North Exchanges
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere
Chair:
Gary Downey, Virginia Tech
Participants:
Thinking Through Disaster: STS in Late Industrialism Kim
Fortun, RPI
Forecasts and Controversies in the Ontogenesis of Climatic
Realities Renzo Taddei, Federal University of São Paulo
Cultural Critique, Catachresis, and Coming to Care Mike
Fortun, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Modeling Amazonian Environments: some considerations on
the science-policy interface in Brazil Marko Alves Monteiro,
State University of Campinas
Articulating STS in Contemporary Indian Contexts Aalok
Khandekar, Maastricht University
From Technical Rationalities to Sociotechnical Relationalities
Luis Felipe Rosado Murillo, UCLA
Excessive Meshworks Sharon Traweek, UCLA
Discussants:
Claudia Lee Williams Fonseca, Federal University of Rio
Grande do Sul, Brazil
Michael MJ Fischer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
023. A circulação de ideias e a produção do conhecimento entre
países: filantropia, convênios e colaboração internacional no
desenvolvimento da C&T
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I
Chair:
Priscila Faulhaber-Barbosa, Museum of Astronomy and
Related Sciences (Brazil)
Participants:
Ciencia, Tecnología y Progreso entre Estados Unidos y Chile a
inicios del siglo XX Miguel Muñoz, Universidad
Tecnológica Metropolitana
Entre a Clínica e o Laboratório: Fundação Rockefeller,
Filantropia e Práticas Científicas – Minas Gerais, 1917 –
1949 Paloma Porto Silva, Universidade Federal de Minas
Gerais
The global creation of Latin American mathematics in the midtwentieth century Michael Jeremy Barany, Princeton
University, Program in History of Science
The Institute of Social Science and boundary demarcations
Priscila Faulhaber-Barbosa, Museum of Astronomy and
Related Sciences (Brazil)
Demography, Global Capitalism, and the Geopolitical Order
after World War II Emily Rose Merchant, University of
Michigan
024. Psicología y Los Estudios en Ciencia, Tecnología y Sociedad
(CTS) I
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II
Chair:
Catriel Fierro, Facultad de Psicología - Universidad Nacional
de Mar del Plata
Participants:
A multiplicidade das práticas psicológicas:seguindo as pistas de
uma Divisão de Psicologia Aplicada Arthur Arruda Leal
Ferreira, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Bruno
Foureaux Figueredo, UFRJ
Un acercamiento desde la Psicología del Aprendizaje a la
Comunicación pública de la ciencia Astrid Bengtsson,
Centro Atómico Bariloche-Instituto Balseiro
Psicología, autoayuda y subjetividad. El caso de la Terapia
Cognitiva Conductual Nicolás Viotti, CONICET; Korman
Guido Pablo, CONICET-UBA
Cartografia de uma Guerra Psi: Sobre a Possibilidade de
Diálogo entre Diferentes Psicologias Natalia Barbosa
Pereira, UFRJ
Las vicisitudes locales-globales del riesgo psicosocial para la
regulación del trabajo Hernan Camilo Pulido-Martinez,
Pontificia Universidad Javeriana; Luz Mery Carvajal Marin,
Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
025. Revisiting closure, stabilisation and black boxing through
unfinished artefacts I
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart
Chairs:
Peter Dunajcsik-Maxigas, IN3/UOC, Metatron Research Unit
Nelly Oudshoorn, University Twente
Participants:
Open Source Experiments: How to Open the Tangible World?
Christoph Schneider, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology,
Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis
Revisiting closure, stabilisation and blackboxing: Peer
production of Unfinished Artefacts Peter DunajcsikMaxigas, IN3/UOC, Metatron Research Unit
What’s in a password? Redefining “technical solidarity”
through decentralized data storage Francesca Musiani,
MINES ParisTech; Melanie Dulong de Rosnay, Institut des
Sciences de la Communication du CNRS
Free Software developers' organizational culture Matheus
Guimarães Mello, Universidade Federal de Goiás
Difusión y organización de comunidades de software libre en
Argentina Agustín Zanotti, CIECS UNC-CONICET
Peer production and academia: faculty perceptions and practices
about Wikipedia Eduard Aibar, Universitat Oberta de
Catalunya
026. Biovalue and Biocapital: Critiques, Rethinks and Futures I
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso
Participants:
Biopolitics, surplus population and multinational mining
megaprojects Isabella Alves Lamas, Centre for Social
Studies - University of Coimbra
Global Biopolitics of Multiple Embryo Transfer Chia-Ling Wu,
National Taiwan University
Rethinking value in the bio-economy: Assetization, corporate
governance and materiality Kean Birch, York University
Risks and Myths: Recurring Histories for Life Science Futures
Mark Robinson, Princeton University
The "Beginnings of Human Life" to "Defining Death": National
Bioethics Commissions, the Presidency, and Reprogenetics
Policy in the US Erin Allyson Heidt-Forsythe, The
Pennsylvania State University, University Park; Mark
Major, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park
027. In Search of "lines of flights" with / in / to / for / by Latin
America and Elsewhere II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela
Participants:
A batalha dos UNIX-compatíveis brasileiros: todos contra o
SOX Márcia de Oliveira Cardoso, Universidade Federal do
Rio de Janeiro
O Marketing e o automóvel (FNM – FIAT) Alfa Romeo 2300.
Eduardo Nazareth Paiva, Universidade Federal do Rio de
Janeiro; Ivan da Costa Marques, Universidade Federal do
Rio de Janeiro
Cerâmica vermelha e mineração de argila no estado do Paraná,
Brasil: tecnologias, impacto ambiental e possibilidades de
análise Roberto Carlos Massei, Universidade Estadual do
Norte do Paraná/CCHE/Jacarezinho
Cuando la experticie supera al conocimiento legitimado. Hanta
Virus controversial. Cristina Gabriela Flores, Universidad
Nacional de la Patagonia Austral-Unidad Académica Caleta
Olivia
Trust in Rules: Environment, Science and Law in Chile Javiera
Barandiaran, University of California, Santa Barbara
Vulnerabilidade socioambiental e o arcabouço institucionallegal da indústria do petróleo em Macaé (RJ) Rafael
Nogueira Costa, PPGMA, UERJ; Carlos José Saldanha
Machado, FIOCRUZ
028. Beyond Hybrids and the Post-Colonial
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi
Chair:
Wenda Bauchspies, Georgia Institute of Technology
Participants:
Alternative Qi: Science and Spirit in the Making of Modern
Chinese Medicine Ruth Rogaski, Vanderbilt University
Neither Donkey nor Horse The Medical Struggle over China’s
Modernity Sean Hsiang-lin Lei, Institute for Advanced Study
& Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Multiple Encounters Between Science Holism and Chinese
Medicine Volker Scheid, EASTmedicine Research Centre,
University of Westminster, London
The Southeast Asian Infrastructure for Transnational
Biomedicine Ara Wilson, Duke University
029. Genomics and Justice: Meaningless or Revolutionary?
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi
Participants:
The Postgenomic Condition: Meaningless Genomes, Just
Societies Jenny Reardon, University of California, Santa
Cruz
Genomic Justice in South Africa Noah Tamarkin, Ohio State
University
Making Genocide Visible: Forensic DNA, indigeneity, and
competing frames of justice Lindsay Adams Smith,
University of New Mexico
Genetic Ancestry Testing and the Pursuit of Reparations for
Chattel Slavery Alondra Nelson, Columbia University
Discussant:
Tania Pérez Bustos, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
030. Scientific Technique in the Shaping of Criminal Justice
Knowledge, Practice and Expertise
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
Chairs:
Jacqueline Tombs, Glasgow Caledonian University
Mary Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania
Participants:
Sexual assault and the constitution of medico-legal expertise:
power, dynamics and variability at the nexus of science,
medicine and law Lesley McMillan, Glasgow Caledonian
University; Deborah White, Trent University
Abstract title: ‘Technologies of Risk, Sentencing and Justice’
Jacqueline Tombs, Glasgow Caledonian University
Rehabilitating sex offenders? Pedophilia and the dilemmas of
sexual identity Rose Corrigan, Drexel University
La ciencia y la justicia en el desarrollo sostenible/Science,
Justice, and Sustainable Development Jairo Puente Bruges,
Universidad Industrial de Santander, Universidad Santo
Tomas, Colombia
Aristas de la justicia: un dialogo interdisciplinario entre la
Filosofía y los ESOCITE/ Faces of Justice: Towards an
interdisciplinary dialogue between philosophy and STS
Javier Aguirre, Universidad Industrial de Santander,
Colombia; Rachel Tillman, SUNY Stony Brook
Discussants:
Rose Corrigan, Drexel University
Mary Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania
Jenny Reardon, University of California, Santa Cruz
Brian Wynne, University of Lancaster
031. New Designs for Engagement: Theories and Practices of
Material Deliberation
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Borges
Participants:
Triggering Tempered Futures: Temporality in Public
Engagement with Urban Nanotechnology Cynthia Selin,
Arizona State University
participatory Technology Assessment (pTA) as Technological
Wayfinding Gretchen L Gano, Arizona State University
(Urban) Politics and Obduracy: Persistent Power and Resistant
Technologies Jathan Sadowski, Consortium for Science,
Policy & Outcomes; Cynthia Selin, Arizona State University
Mediating Futurescapes: A Visual Methodology for Public
Engagement with Sociotechnical Futures Carlo Andres
Altamirano, Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes
Place, Space and Hope in the Interstitial City Roopali Phadke,
Macalester College
Images as Authoritative Knowledge in Public Engagement with
Emerging Technologies Kathryn D de Ridder-Vignone,
Cornell University
032. Patrones de carreras científicas y tecnológicas y
productividad I
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin
Chair:
María Guillermina D'Onofrio, MINCYT and University of
Buenos Aires
Participants:
Posiciones académicas: ¿una oportunidad para los jóvenes
doctores? Alejandro Canales, Research Institute of the
University and education UNAM55; Mery Hamui,
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-A
Perfil Profesional Básico o Aplicado y Producción Científica en
Biólogos Moleculares y Biotecnólogos Argentinos María
Guillermina D'Onofrio, MINCYT and University of Buenos
Aires; Cynthia Jeppesen, CONICET; Juan D. Rogers, School
of Public Policy, Georgia Tech
Movilidad en el desarrollo de recursos humanos en la ciencia en
México Eduardo Robles Belmont, IIMAS, UNAM
Evaluando la formación científica durante la carrera de grado de
arqueología (UBA) María José Figuerero, Instituto de
Arqueología, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Catriel Greco,
Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires
¿Quienes son los sujetos que hacen la ciencia? Ana Luisa
Ponce, Universidad Veracruzana; Rubén Sampieri Cábal,
Universidad Veracruzana
Discussant:
Juan D. Rogers, School of Public Policy, Georgia Tech
033. Medicine, Politics, and the Struggle with Sex II
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Dalí
Chair:
Somjen Frazer, Columbia University
Participants:
Intersex: a Medical Emergency or a Naturally Gendered Body?
Roosa Toriseva, University of Tampere, Gender Studies
Facial Profiling: Race and the Body in U.S. Cosmetic Surgery
Alka Menon, Northwestern University
Toward Buzzword Studies: Sexual Health and the Power of
Buzz Steven Epstein, Northwestern University; Laura
Mamo, San Francisco State University
The social life of statistics in LGBTQ activism: Health
discourse, quantification and political power Somjen Frazer,
Columbia University
Lideranças femininas no contexto dos Institutos Nacionais de
Ciência e Tecnologia (INCTs): primeiras aproximações
Elizabete Mayumy Kobayashi, Universidade Federal de São
Carlos; Camila Carneiro Dias Rigolin, Federal University
of São Carlos (UFSCAR), Brazil; Maria Cristina Innocentini
Hayashi, Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCAR),
Brazil; Carlos Roberto Massao Hayashi, Universidade
Federal de São Carlos; Márcia Regina Barros da Silva,
Universidade de São Paulo - USP
034. Fluid praxis: performing, knowing and governing water
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Miró
Participants:
Living Boundary Objects: constructed encounters with science,
nature, and Herman the Sturgeon at the Bonneville Fish
Hatchery Ashton Wesner, University of California, Berkeley
Mobilizing local knowledge and expert science in beaversalmon worlds: Cases from California Cleo Woelfle-Erskine,
University of California, Berkeley
The Social and Scientific Language of Water Management
Kristan Cockerill, Appalachian State University
Contested science in the context of policymaking: the case of
Brazilian policy on family agriculture and biodiversity
conservation Maria José Teixeira Carneiro, Universidade
federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro; Juliano Luis Palm,
Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro; Daniel
Delatin, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro;
Laila Sandroni, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de
Janeiro
Las ontologías múltiples del agua y el mercurio en los
acueductos comunitarios de Bogotá, Colombia Edisson
Aguilar Torres, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
035. La inclusión social en los estudios CTS+I
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere
Chair:
Hernán Eduardo Thomas, Instituto de Estudios sobre la
Ciencia y la Tecnología - Universidad Nacional de Quilmes
Participants:
La necesaria articulación entre conocimiento, innovación e
inclusión social Mariela Bianco, Universidad de la
Repulbica, Uruguay
El diálogo necesario entre políticas de C&T, políticas de I+D+I
y políticas sociales para lograr avances en la inclusión social
Ronny Viales-Hurtado, Universidad de Costa Rica
Politicas de CTI, sistema nacional de innovación y desarrollo
inclusivo Gabriela Dutrénit, Universidad Atónoma
Metropolitana/ Coordinadora de la Re LALICS
Tecnologías para la inclusión social: El factor sociocultural.
MACARENA PERUSSET, UTN - FRBA
Discussant:
Tiago Santos Pereira, University of Coimbra
036. Ownership and Professionalism. Examples from Swedish
education and higher education, 1945-2010
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart
Participants:
Professor's privilege: Patent policy and academic
professionalism in 1940s Sweden Ingemar Pettersson,
Uppsala university
Clotting processes: stabilization and destabilization of roles and
organizations in the development of a treatment of
Haemophilia Daniel Pär Normark, Karolinska institutet
: Misunderstanding the Merton thesis. The relationship between
normative statements on science and work organization
among junior faculty in two Swedish science departments
Ylva Hasselberg, Uppsala university
Marketization and professionalism: the Introduction of Market
Principles in the Swedish Primary and Secondary Education
1991-2014 Niklas Stenlås, Uppsala University
037. Structure
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso
Participants:
Health, Space, and the Profession of the Dean of Women in
American Colleges (1890-1915) Carla Yanni, Rutgers
University, New Brunswick, NJ
Structural Competency for Structural Disciplines: Universal
Design education and epistemologies of evidence-based
design Aimi Hamraie, Vanderbilt University
“Some Women May Be Reluctant to Discuss Their Pain”:
Vulvar Incompetence at the NIH Christine Labuski, Virginia
Tech
Threat Governmentality and “Moral Injury”: the structure of
decision and the pathology of feeling in US military
behavioral health Kenneth MacLeish, Center for Medicine,
Health and Society
Breaking the Cycle? Circuits of development, testing, and
exchange in new tuberculosis therapies Susan Craddock,
University of Minnesota
Discussants:
JuLeigh Petty, Vanderbilt University
jonathan metzl, Vanderbilt University
038. Technologies, Translations and Borders
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela
Chair:
Katherine Chandler, University of California, Berkeley
Participants:
Jus Algoritmi: The NSA's Algorithmic Citizenship and
Foreignness John Cheney-Lippold, University of Michigan
La llorona y la frontera: Mapping the border crossing of
medicalized depression Angie Mejia, Syracuse University
Seeing the Voice Unknown: Representation of North Korean
Refugees Jinhee Park, University of Southern California
Discussant:
Jackie Orr, Syracuse University
039. Tecnologias, ambientes formativos e questões de identidade
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi
Participants:
Ecos e repercussões dos processos formativos nas práticas
docentes mediadas pelas tecnologias Moema Gomes Moraes,
Centro de Pesquisa Aplicado à Educação - UFG
OLPC no estado de Goiás-Brasil: entre propósitos pedagógicos
e práticas docentes Joana Peixoto, IFG; Adda Daniela Lima
Figueiredo Echalar, Universidade Estadual de Goiás
O cinema (des)construindo simbólicos identitários da mulher
negra Júlio César dos Santos, Instituto Federal de
Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia de Goiás; Rosa Maria
Berardo, Universidade Federal de Goiás
Formação continuada de professores em diálogos interculturais
virtuais Maria Cristina Lima Paniago, Universidade
Católica Dom Bosco
Redes sociais na educação: facebook como espaço de formação
continuada de professores Maysa De Oliveira Brum Bueno,
Universidade Católica Dom Bosco
040. Technoscientific Sensations
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi
Participants:
Senses and Sciences of Fascia Joseph Dumit, UC Davis
Sense and Sensation: Experiments in Plant Sentience Natasha
Myers, York University
?Moments in the Valuation of Sound: The Early History of
Synthesizers? Trevor Pinch, Cornell University
Infrasound Underground: Listening to the Vibratory World
Sophia Roosth, Harvard University
The Musique concrète of Nature: Underwater Listening and the
Acousmatic Predicament Alistair Sponsel, Vanderbilt
University
Making Mathematics Manifest: Materialized Abstractions and
Topological Practices Alma Steingart, MIT
041. "What is STS for? What are STS scholars for? Making and
Doing in STS"
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat
042. Opening Reception and Tango Lessons
6:30 to 8:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Opera Foyer
THURSDAY, AUGUST, 21
043. Energy Innovation and Civil Society Action Between
Encouragement and Resistance
8:30 to 10:30 am
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
Chair:
Michael Ornetzeder, Austrian Academy of Sciences
Participants:
Governing Atom: Governmentality and Struggles of Nuclear
Politics in Taiwan Szu-hung Fang, Center for China Studies,
National Chengchi University
Re-framing energy projects through dynamics of opposition
movements and expert interest groups in South America
Gloria Baigorrotegui, Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Emerging Business Models Constructing Green Buildings?
Jøran Solli, NTNU
Grassroots innovations for sustainable energy: What can we
learn from historical cases? Michael Ornetzeder, Austrian
Academy of Sciences; Harald Rohracher, IFZ - University of
Klagenfurt
Social, technoscientific and politic struggles against PCB
pollution in France: socio-history of an insoluble problem.
Aurélien Féron, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences
Sociales (EHESS) - CERMES3, Paris
044. Corpses, Technologies, and Cultures
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Borges
Chair:
Philip R Olson, Virginia Tech
Participants:
Custody of the Corpse: Controlling Alkaline Hydrolysis in the
US Philip R Olson, Virginia Tech
Urban Visions, Bodily Impurities, and the Cremation
Movement in the American South, 1880 – 1910 Elaine
LaFay, University of Pennsylvania
The Donated Cadaver: Accepting and Rejecting the
Anatomical Gift Susan E Lederer, University of Wisconsin
School of Medicine and Public Health
Cultural Autopsy: Donated Bodies, Medical Technicians, and
the Value of Humanness Stephanie Cruz, University of
Washington
Coffins as Commons: Crowdfunded funerals, neoliberalism,
and the gift economy Tamara Kneese, New York University
Everyone is a Diamond in the Rough Bryn Elizabeth Whiteley,
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
045. Beyond Imported Magic: An International Discussion on
STS and Latin America
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin
Chair:
Eden Medina, Indiana University
Participants:
From the Circulation of Skulls to the Circulation of Ideas:
Forensic Anthropology Between Europe and the Americas in
the late 19th Century Julia Rodriguez, University of New
Hampshire
Who Invented Brazil? Henrique Luiz Cukierman, Federal
University of Rio de Janeiro
Tropical Assemblage: The Soviet Large Panel in Cuba Hugo
Palmarola, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (PUC)
y Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM);
Pedro Ignacio Alonso, Pontificia Universidad Católica de
Chile
Nanotechnology Policies in Latin American Countries:
“Imported Magic” or Local Adaptation? Matthieu Hubert,
CONICET; Noela Invernizzi, Federal University of Parana;
Dominique Vinck, University of Lausanne
Of Llamas, Incas, and Informatic Encounters: “Discovery” and
Digital Futures in the Peruvian Andes Anita Chan,
University of Illinois
A Review of History of Technology Scholarship on Latin
America in Selected English-Language Journals Eden
Medina, Indiana University
046. Políticas Públicas de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación en el
marco de los estudios sociales de ciencia y tecnología I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Dalí
Chair:
Natasa Loizou, Centro de Estudios de Historia de la Ciencia y
de la Técnica José Babini (UNSAM)
Participants:
Da Destruição Criadora à Criação Relacional: inovação em
petróleo e gás no Brasil Marconi Aurelio Silva,
FACULDADES ASCES / UNIFAVIP
Políticas públicas para o desenvolvimento do etanol brasileiro:
tecnologia e assimetria entre os atores Altair Aparecido
Oliveira Filho, University of Campinas - UNICAMP; Flávia
Luciane Consoni, State University of Campinas
El efecto de la política en las encuestas de percepción pública
de la CyT en Colombia Monica Salazar, Colombian
Observatory of Science and Technology; Marcela Lozano
Borda, Investigadora; Sandra Daza-Caicedo, Universidad
de los Andes/Observatorio Colombiano de Ciencia y
Tecnología
Elites de Ciência e Tecnologia no Brasil: o caso do ParqTec
Thales Novaes Andrade, UFSCar
Uma Proposta de Politica Pública para o Consumo Consciente:
Bienal Brasileira de Design - Curitiba Ken Flávio Ono
Fonseca, Universidade Federal do Paraná; Ana Leocadia de
Souza Brum Donikian Gouveia, Centro Brasil Design;
Leticia Castro Gaziri, Centro Brasil Design
047. Climate Variability, Climate Change and Public Policies in
Community Development
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Miró
Chair:
Oscar David Calvo Solano, Center for Geophysical Research
Participants:
La gestión de políticas públicas anticipadas a eventos extremos
meteorológicos Oscar David Calvo Solano, Center for
Geophysical Research; Rafael Evelio Granados Carvajal,
Center for Geophysical Research
Violent Natures: From Coercive Conservation to Climate
Change in Africa Cassie M Hays, Gettysburg College
Ciência e mudanças climáticas globais: a divulgação como
ferramenta estratégica para novas práticas sociais Ana Paula
Freire Artaxo, Instituto de Pesquisas Energéticas e
Nucleares
Of ice-bears and hockey-sticks. Visual Climate Change
Communication in National Geographic and GEO. Dorothea
Bernarda Born, University of Vienna
048. Pensando as imbricações entre as ciências e as leis na
coprodução de fatos
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere
Chair:
Daniele Martins dos Santos, UFRJ - HCTE
Participants:
Expertises e fronteiras entre ciência e direito: o caso da
inconstitucionalidade da Lei de biossegurança no Brasil
Israel Jesus Rocha, Universidade Federal da Bahia
Coleções de material humano para uso em pesquisas: o debate
ampliado sobre a construção da regulamentação de
biobancos no Brasil Rosanita Ferreira Baptista,
Universidade Federal da Bahia
Seguindo cientistas num tribunal: uma audiência pública no
STF. Daniele Martins dos Santos, UFRJ - HCTE
Abrindo “caixas-pretas”, produzindo contrafações: os laudos
periciais de Química Forense do SETEC/SR/DPF/RS Lucas
Riboli Besen, PPGAS/UFRGS
Ciencia, legalidad y masividad en la definición colectiva del
bullying como problema social en Chile Fernando
Valenzuela, Universidad Andres Bello; Claudio Ramos
Zincke, Universidad Alberto Hurtado
O FNM João Bobo e a Lei da Balança. Eduardo Nazareth
Paiva, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
049. Good Science, Bad Science: Panics and Ethics Surrounding
Stem Cell Technologies Around the Globe
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I
Chair:
Aditya Bharadwaj, The Graduate Institute of International and
Development Studies, Geneva
Participants:
Science in action: Of patients, physicians, and publics of stem
cell technologies in India Nayantara Sheoran, Graduate
Institute of International and Development Studies
Beyond Good and Bad: stem cell research in Taiwan Jennifer A
Liu, University of Waterloo
Episcience: The Biological and Epistemic Plasticity of Stem
Cells in India Aditya Bharadwaj, The Graduate Institute of
International and Development Studies, Geneva
Good Science: the Ethical Choreography of Stem Cell
Research. Charis Thompson, Gender & Women's Studies
Discussant:
Nancy Chen, University of California Santa Cruz
050. Minority Report: The Fall and Rise of Critical Technology
Studies
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II
Chair:
Ben Brucato, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Participants:
Can Constructivism Have Politics? The Democratic Limits of
Technological Possibilitarianism Taylor Dotson, Rensselaer
Polytechnic Institute; Ben Brucato, Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute
Constitutionalist STS – Broadening the field’s research agenda
Erik Aarden, Harvard University; luca marelli, University of
Milan/IEO/SEMM; Ian McGonigle, University of Chicago;
Sebastian Michael Pfotenhauer, MIT
Swadeshi as epistemology: Subaltern Technological Resistance
in India Leon Angelo Morenas, School of Planning and
Architecture, Delhi
Pricing the Priceless Spacecraft: Financial Relations and the
Social Construction of Technology David Reinecke,
Princeton University; Janet Vertesi, Princeton University
The Meanings of Matter. Problems and Perspectives of the New
Materialism Thomas lemke, Goethe University, Frankfurt am
Main
051. Ecologies and Material Politics of the Inorganic:
Effects/Affects
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart
Chairs:
Nerea Calvillo, Goldsmiths, University of London
Manuel Tironi, Goldmisths, U of London / Pontificia
Unversidad Catolica de Chile
Participants:
Atmospheric excess: pollutants and affective regimes in
Puchuncaví Manuel Tironi, Goldmisths, U of London /
Pontificia Unversidad Catolica de Chile
Radioactive Excess and Toxic Citizenships in Africa Gabrielle
Hecht, University of Michigan
Phosphorus ecologies in Loweswater Claire Waterton, Centre
for the Study of Environmental Change (CSEC), Department
of Sociology, Lancaster University
Can science literacy bring people’s relief when living with very
low level radiation? Midori Aoyagi, National Institute for
Environmental Studies
Of Licorice and Taps: the technological reconciliation of taste
Christy Spackman, New York University
Discussant:
Max Liboiron, Northeastern University
052. Procesos de inclusión social en la agricultura familiar.
Programas de desarrollo, agroecología, conocimientos
heterogéneos y seguridad alimentaria
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso
Chair:
Roland Brouwer, CIP - International Potato Center
Participants:
Orange-fleshed Sweetpotato: Promoting technical and
behavioural change in volatile contexts Roland Brouwer,
CIP - International Potato Center; Jan W. Low,
International Potato Center
Conocimientos heterogéneos, canales comerciales y políticas
públicas para la pequeña agricultura familiar en Argentina
Rocio Ceverio, Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias Universidad
Nacional de Mar del Plata
Discussing conceptual frameworks and its agenda for politics in
agri-biotechnology Pablo Ariel Pellegrini, Instituto de
Estudios sobre la Ciencia y la Tecnología, Universidad
Nacional de Quilmes / CONICET
Gobernanza de la posible liberación de maíz GM en México
Michelle Chauvet, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana
Azcapotzalco; Rosa Luz González, Universidad Autonoma
Metropolitana Azcapotzalco
Assessing the performance of transgenic soybeans in Argentina:
Informing or forming technological commitments? Anabel
Marin, Cenit, Buenos Aires; Patrick van Zwanenberg,
CENIT, Argentina
Discussant:
Susana Brieva, Universidad Nacional de mar de plata
053. Anticipation, Anxiety and HPV Vaccine Politics. Global
Tensions and Local Enactments
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela
Chair:
Oscar Javier Maldonado Castañeda, Lancaster University
Participants:
Guarding girls? HPV vaccine discourses’ impact on bodies and
subjectivities Geneviève Rail, Concordia University; Luisa
Molino, Concordia University; Caroline Fusco, University
of Toronto
“At the center of the storm”: Young women and the HPV
vaccination Ali Hanbury, Lancaster University
You should feel like you do something good for yourself and
for your health. Caring for healthy futures, good choices and
girl subjectivities in HPV vaccination Lisa Maria Lindén,
Department of Thematic Studies - Technology and Social
Change, Linköping University
Disentangling disease and inequity: Vaccines, cancer and
politics of prevention in Colombia Oscar Javier Maldonado
Castañeda, Lancaster University
A Transnational Scientific Circuit: Mexican and U.S. Type II
Diabetes Research Collaborations Emily Elizabeth Vasquez,
Columbia University
Discussant:
Janice E Graham, Dalhousie University
054. Controversy Mapping using digital tools and methods in
different academic contexts: South(s)-North(s) dialogs I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi
Chair:
Débora de Carvalho Pereira, MediaLab Sciences Po Paris
Participants:
Contágios entre redes e ruas: mapeando o #ProtestoRJ no
Twitter Fernanda Glória Bruno, Universidade Federal do
Rio de Janeiro; Henrique Antoun, Universidade Federal do
Rio de Janeiro; Priscilla Calmon de Andrade, Universidade
Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Indexação colaborativa e mapeamento de controvérsias:
possíveis aproximações Marina Pantoja Boechat, Escola de
Comunicação da UFRJ
Cartografia de controvérsia do movimento ambientalista na
internet: diálogos norte e sul Débora de Carvalho Pereira,
MediaLab Sciences Po Paris
Controversy mapping of a Unilever crisis versus digital
networks Dora Kaufman, Universidade de Sao Paulo
Controvérsias nas redes sociais durante transmissões
audiovisuais ao vivo Carlos d'Andrea, Brazil
Designing the agency in milieus for more systemic epigenetics
Jochen Dr. Büchel, TU Dresden, Freelancer in Munich
055. Experimental Entanglements: Re-imagining Vital Fields
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi
Chair:
Des Fitzgerald, King's College London
Participants:
Experimental Entanglements: Re-thinking the dynamics of
interaction across the social sciences and neurosciences
Felicity Callard, Durham University; Des Fitzgerald, King's
College London
Life as relations: towards equality in complexity Bettina Bock
von Wülfingen, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin; Niki
Vermeulen, University of Manchester
Making Meaning in the Interview: Reflections on Social
Science Fieldwork Connie Johnston, University of Oregon
A place for STS? Exploring collaborations with synthetic
biologists Jane Calvert, University of Edinburgh
Synthetic Biology and Biosecurity: Moving beyond the
‘promises and perils’ narrative Catherine Jefferson, King's
College London
Connecting Ambiguity of Experimental Practice in Science
with Problems of Research Integrity fred grinnell, ut
southwestern medical center
056. Climate change knowledge uptake: How, who and why?
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
Chairs:
Asun St. Clair, DNV GL - Strategic Research & Innovation
Myanna H Lahsen, Earth System Science Center, Brazilian
National Institute for Space Research
Participants:
Science framing, hybrid framing, and journalists’ accounting
for news articles on climate change: A cross-national study
Stephen Zehr, University of Southern Indiana
Discipline Battles in Norwegian Climate Policymaking – From
Warfare to Ceasefire? Erlend Hermansen, CICERO - Center
for International Climate and Environmental Research Oslo; Goran Sundqvist, University of Oslo
La Tecnología como Servicio Público: La Bioclimatización
Edilicia en Argentina Rafael Balderrama, Universidad
Nacional de La Rioja
La modelación climática mexicana: Termodinámica, Clima
nacional y Downscaling Antonio Arellano, Universidad
Autonoma del Estado de Mexico; Laura Morales-Navarro,
UAEM
The Climate Change Controversy in Portuguese Wikipedia
Bernardo Esteves, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Unwanted Information: producing climate knowledge after the
(Australian) Government shuts you down Darrin Durant,
University of Melbourne
057. Pharmaceutical Geographies
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Borges
Chair:
Kristin Peterson, University of California, Irvine
Participants:
South by Southeast: Pharmaceutical Activism in Colombo,
Penang, and Geneva Jeremy Greene, Johns Hopkins
University
Price Matters: the introduction of generic drugs in Colombia
Victor Manuel Garcia, EHESS-Cermes 3
Pharmaceuticals and Public Health in Brazil: Copying Essential
Drugs, Knowledge Acquisition and Innovation Projects in
Public - Private Industrial Networks Maurice Cassier,
CERMES 3--CNRS; Marilena Villela Correa, Universidade
do Estado do Rio de Janeiro; Pedro Villardi, Universidade
do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Flow Chemistry and the Temporalities of South African
Pharmaceutical Production Anne Pollock, Georgia Tech
Medicamentos y producción pública en Argentina. Análisis de
una red sociotécnica GUILLERMO SANTOS, INSTITUTO
DE ESTUDIOS SOBRE LA CIENCIA Y LA TECNOLOGÍA UNQ; LUCAS BECERRA, INSTITUTO DE ESTUDIOS
SOBRE LA CIENCIA Y LA TECNOLOGÍA - UNQ
Discussant:
Emilia Sanabria, Ecole normale supérieure de Lyon &
INSERM
058. How Science and Human Rights Travel Globally: The
Politics of Knowledge and the Question of Rights
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin
Participants:
Randomized Controlled Field Experiments in the Context of
Rights-Based Development Margarita Rayzberg,
Northwestern
Revising Global Medicine, Revising Human Rights:
Developing “Gender Incongruence” in the ICD-11 Christoph
Hanssmann, UCSF
New Rights, New Markets: Navigating U.S. ‘Reforms’ in the
Healthcare Safety-Net Katherine Weatherford Darling, UC
San Francisco
Privacidade, Proteção de Dados Pessoais e Saúde Eletrônica no
Brasil Koichi Kameda, Instituto NUPEF; Magaly Pazello,
Instituto NUPEF
Raça/Etnia nas Pesquisas de Gênero e Ciência Jussara Marques
de Medeiros Dias, UTFPR; Nanci Stancki da Luz, UTFPR
059. Políticas Públicas de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación en el
marco de los estudios sociales de ciencia y tecnología II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Dalí
Chair:
Mariana Versino, CONICET- UBA- UNLP
Participants:
Construcción social de las políticas de ciencia y tecnología. El
caso de la transformación de las políticas e instituciones de
ciencia y tecnología en la década de 1990 en Argentina.
Francisco Javier Aristimuño, Universidad Nacional de Rio
Negro; Diego Sebastián Aguiar, Universidad Nacional de
Río Negro - CONICET
The Portuguese political economy of science and its discourses:
from Revolution to European integration (1974-1997) Tiago
Brandão, IHC, FCSH-UNL
Políticas Públicas y Conocimiento Científico-Tecnológico: El
caso del cambio climático en México Claudia Ortega-Ponce,
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
Zoneamento ambiental: Um constructo sociotécnico legitimador
de políticas públicas DEBERSON FERREIRA JESUS,
Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina; Julia Silvia
Guivant, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
La Defensa en las Agendas Estatal y Científica en Argentina
Natasa Loizou, Centro de Estudios de Historia de la Ciencia
y de la Técnica José Babini (UNSAM)
060. Psicología y los Estudios en Ciencia, Tecnología y Sociedad
(CTS) II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Miró
Chair:
Lorena García Noguez, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro,
FCPYS
Participants:
La Psicología de la Ciencia y los estudios CTS: lo mejor de dos
mundos Lorena García Noguez, Universidad Autónoma de
Querétaro, FCPYS; Ruben Martinez, Psychology
Traducciones-traiciones: la performatividad de lo psicológico
en el contexto de las políticas basadas-en-la-evidencia. Jorge
Castillo-Sepúlveda, Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Los Estudios Sociales de la Ciencia en la Historiografía de la
Psicología Catriel Fierro, Facultad de Psicología Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata
Sociedad/Tecnologías en América latina: entre macro y
micropolítica Ana Claudia Rozo Sandoval, Doctorado
Multiinstitucional Muiltireferencial de Difusión del
Conocimiento, Universidad Federal de Bahia
A cognição corpórea e o contexto politico da América Latina
Thompson Lemos da Silva Neto, Universidade do Estado do
Rio de Janeiro - Brasil/Grupo de Estudos Sociais e
Conceituais de Ciência, Tecnologia e Sociedade/CNPq
061. Knowledge transfer via material objects : standardizing
space and body space
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere
Participants:
You’ve got the point: Seeking the meaning of acupuncture in its
techno-political bodyscape Wen-Hua Kuo, National YangMing University
The water meter, an object embodying the transfer of the
management model of a French water company in India Akil
Amiraly, Ecole polytecnique, CRG
Through the lens of digital observatories: Visual representations
in astrophysics Piroska Etelka Csuri, Universidad de San
Andres, Argentina
"Hear, hear!”: Courtrooms, Audio Technologies and Learning
to Listen Phillip Primeau, Carleton University; Michael S
Mopas, Carleton University
The faster-than-light neutrinos news: narrative, rhetoric and
representations in Italy, United Kingdom and USA Daniela
de Oliveira Klebis, UNICAMP / The London School of
Economics and Political Science (LSE)
062. Welfare State 2.0: Will Science and Technology Redeem or
Replace the Human Condition?
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I
Chair:
Steve Fuller, University of Warwick
Participants:
Virtue Ethics as a Solution to the Problems of Humanity 2.0
Francis Remedios, Editorial Board Member Social
Epistemology
The Anti-Modernist Revolt against Biotechnology Robert
Frodeman, University of North Texas
The Daily Shaping of State Transparency: Emerging Standards
in Open Government Data Samuel Goeta, Telecom
ParisTech
The politics of clarification: state experiments with labeling
practices Brice Laurent, CSI - Mines ParisTech; Alexandre
Mallard, Centre de Sociologie de l'Innovation. Ecole des
Mines ParisTech; Aurélie Tricoire, CSTB
Discussant:
Steve Fuller, University of Warwick
063. Centers and Peripheries in Science and Technology I
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II
Chair:
Leandro Rodriguez-Medina, Universidad de las Americas
Puebla
Participants:
Comunidades científicas chilenas: Redes globales y análisis de
asimetrías Jorge Gibert, Universidad de Valparaiso
Mobile scientists, migrant workers: The politics of global
knowledge networks Tiago Santos Pereira, University of
Coimbra; Chiara Carrozza, Centro de Estudos Sociais,
University of Coimbra (PT)
Cognitive Exploitation: Tensions emerging in the production
and social use of scientific, traditional, informational and
labor knowledge Mariano Zukerfeld, CONICET- CCTSUniversidad Maimonides; Pablo Kreimer, CONICET Centro CTS Buenos Aires
El conocimiento científico y tecnológico en la estrategia de
UNASUR para aprovechamiento de los recursos naturales
para el desarrollo integral de la región Alexis Mercado,
Universidad Central de Venezuela; Hebe Vessuri, CIGAUNAM
The Development of Experimental Physics with Particle
Accelerators at the University of São Paulo (1946 - 1982)
Tharsila Reis de Medeiros, Mackenzie Presbyterian
University; Lea Velho, State University of Campinas, Brazil
¿Sitios de recolección de información naturalista como nuevos
centros? Marcelo Fabián Figueroa, Universidad Nacional
de Tucumán/ Instituto Superior de Estudios Sociales,
CONICET
064. Ecologies and Material Politics of the Inorganic:
Rethinking/Reframing
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart
Chairs:
Manuel Tironi, Goldmisths, U of London / Pontificia
Unversidad Catolica de Chile
Max Liboiron, Northeastern University
Participants:
Articulating Nuclear Waste Futures Organically Vincent
Francis Ialenti, Cornell University
Normalizing waste, enacting sustainability Sebastian Ureta,
Departamento de Sociología, Universidad Alberto Hurtado,
Santiago, Chile
The Fully Realized Man: Thinking Through A Mexican
Universalist Earth Science Elizabeth Reddy, University of
California, Irvine
Differences that makes a difference and machines of
differentiation. Petter Grytten Almklov, NTNU Social
Research Ltd; Torgeir Kolstø Haavik, NTNU Social
Research; Eric Monteiro, Department of Informatics,
University of Oslo
Frontstaging Nonhumans? The multiple huemul of Patagonia
Colombina Schaeffer, University of Sydney; Leonardo
Valenzuela, University of Sydney
Discussant:
Nerea Calvillo, Goldsmiths, University of London
065. Aproximaciones de la infraestructura a la cultura y políticas
públicas
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso
Participants:
Control Societies: Cloud Computing and the modulation of
behavior on the Internet Bruno de Mattos Almeida,
University of Campinas (Unicamp); Marta Mourão
Kanashiro, University of Campinas (Unicamp)
Virtual fences in Belgian prisons: constructing social normality
through reshaping urban boundaries Olga Kudina, University
of Maastricht
The Implications of Race and Class for Community Recovery
in the Rockaways: Post Hurricane Sandy Thomas Corcoran,
CUNY Brooklyn College
Housekeepers and Houseguests: Domestic order in the
networked home Jenny Kennedy, Swinburne University of
Technology; Rowan Wilken, Swinburne University of
Technology; Michael Arnold, University of Melbourne;
Martin Gibbs, University of Melbourne; Bjorn Nansen,
University of Melbourne
Radares y política de Radarización en Argentina (1948-2004)
Juan Martin Quiroga, Universidad Nacional de Rio Negro;
Diego Sebastián Aguiar, Universidad Nacional de Río Negro
- CONICET
066. Episteme-logísticas de la biomedicina
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela
Chair:
Marília Luz David, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Participants:
Situating Health Problems: the epidemiological transition as a
contextualizing practice Marília Luz David, Universidade
Federal de Santa Catarina; Julia Guivant, Federal
University of Santa Catarina
Eficacia, ética y economía en la medicina protocolizada: el
Grupo Oncológico Pediátrico de Chile 1978-2012. Yuri
Carvajal Bañados, Universidad de Chile; Tuillang Yuing
Alfaro, Universidad de Santiago
One Drop of Indigenous Blood: The Coproduction of Scientific
Knowledge and National identity in Taiwan Yuyueh Tsai,
Academia Sinica
Standardization and its discontents: Debating the "New
Normal" in mental health. Ravi Shukla, Centre for Studies in
Science Policy (CSSP) at School for Social Science (SSS),
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
067. Controversy Mapping using digital tools and methods in
different academic contexts: South(s)-North(s) dialogs II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi
Chair:
Katrina Jungnickel, Goldsmiths, University of London
Participants:
Mapping the evolution of research. The case of rice Tommaso
Ciarli, SPRU, University of Sussex; Ismael Rafols, INGENIO
(CSIC-UPV), Universitat Politècnica de València
¿Para qué sirven las Cartografías de las Controversias? horacio
boris alperin, Gathering-unlugardeencuentro.org; Jorge do
Porto, Gathering-unlugardeencuentro.org
Mapping the adaptation turn using digital methods Nicolas
Baya-Laffite, Medialab, Sciences Po Paris; Tommaso
Venturini, MediaLab, Sciences Po, Paris, France
Considerações sobre o álbum em quadrinhos “Velhos hotéis
passam cinema mudo” Liber Eugenio Paz, Universidade
Tecnológica Federal do Paraná
Visualising Complex Data: A Workshop Approach to
Infographics and Knowledge Transmission Amanda Nita
Windle, University of the Arts, London
068. Experimental Entanglements: Life Transformed
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi
Chair:
Jane Calvert, University of Edinburgh
Participants:
Revitalising Sociology: Urban Life and Mental Illness between
History and the Present Des Fitzgerald, King's College
London; Nikolas Rose, Department of Social Science Health
and Medicine, King's College London; Ilina Singh,
Department of Social Science, Health and Medicine, King's
College London
Of Smokers and Addicts. Defining Normality in the Cold War
United States Stephan Risi, Stanford University
Fetishism and Reductionist Impositions in Biotechnology and
Molecular Biology Julio Munoz-Rubio, Centro de
Investigaciones Interdisciplinarias en Ciencias y
Humanidades, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
From baby’s first home to anti-wrinkle cream: The placenta in
scientific and cultural contexts Charlotte Kroløkke,
University of Southern Denmark; Karen A Foss, University
of New Mexico
069. ST&HV meeting
1:00 to 2:00 pm
Terraza del Virrey: Terraza del Virrey
070. Plasticity, Local Biologies and Lamarckianism Across the
Contemporary Life Sciences I
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
Chair:
Elizabeth F.S. Roberts, Univeristy of Michigan
Participants:
Blood, kinship and human rights: Hansen’s disease in Brazil
Claudia Lee Williams Fonseca, Federal University of Rio
Grande do Sul, Brazil; Glaucia Cristina Maricato Moreto,
Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Epigenetic models of the biosocial particularity of “suicide
completers” Stephanie Lloyd, McGill University
Plastic Bodies: on lay and expert endocrinologies Emilia
Sanabria, Ecole normale supérieure de Lyon & INSERM
Local biologies in formation; epigenetics, cancer and the
humoural body in southern Brazil sahra Gibbon, University
College London
From Blueprints to Bricks: The Origins of DNA
Nanotechnology Brian Tyrrell, University of California,
Santa Barbara
A Foldable Future: Following the Twisted Path to DNA
Origami Patrick McCray, University of California, Santa
Barbara; Brian Tyrell, University of California, Santa
Barbara
071. Politics, Publics, Participation and Practices: Governance of
Technologies in Global Networks I
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Borges
Chair:
Andreas Kuehn, Syracuse University
Participants:
What Cybersecurity Research Can Learn from STS: Reviewing
a Recent Study on the Markets for Software Vulnerabilities
Andreas Kuehn, Syracuse University
The Grammar of Governance Malte Ziewitz, New York
University
Politics of Hybridity: Regulation in Socio-Technical Ensembles
Murali Venkatesh, Syracuse University Syracuse, New York
13244 USA
Who cares? Telecare technologies and self-management of
COPD patients Ivo Maathuis, University of Twente; Nelly
Oudshoorn, University Twente
Discussant:
Steven Jackson, Cornell University
072. Thinking with Techno-anthropology I
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin
Chair:
Cathrine Hasse, Aarhus University
Participants:
Comparison: a classic anthropological method in an STS
inspired analysis Anne Katrine Kamstrup, Department of
eduation, University of Aarhus, Denmark
Techno-anthropology and posthumanism Cathrine Hasse,
Aarhus University
We Have Never Been Human: Pushing ‘Humanness’ Around
the Technological Turn Ugo Felicia Edu, University of
California, San Fancisco (UCSF); Ulluminair Salim,
University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)
Babies “made in India”. North-south surrogacy and online
kinship Karen Hvidtfeldt Madsen, University of Southern
Denmark
073. Pensamento Iberoamericano em Ciência, Tecnologia e
Desenvolvimento I
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Dalí
Chairs:
Gilson Queluz, Federal University of Technology at Curitiba,
Paraná, Brazil
Luiz Ernesto Merkle, Paraná Federal University of
Technology, at Curitiba
Participants:
From Bariloche 1976 to Rio 92: the basic needs approach to
sustainable development Rosana Icassatti Corazza,
Faculdades de Campinas // DPCT-Unicamp; Paulo Sérgio
Fracalanza, Universidade Estadual de Campinas
Análisis de relaciones entre legos y expertos en lo rural JUAN
CARLOS RUIZ-URQUIJO, ESTUDIANTE DE
POSTGRADO
Buscando la autonomía tecnológica. Aportes de la
ELAPCYTED. Romina Gabriela Amaya Guerrero,
Universidad Nacional de Quilmes / CONICET
Curitiba's Public Transport and The (Im)possibilities of
Democratization of Technology Suelen Christine
Caviquiolo, UTFPR - Universidade Tecnológica Federal do
Paraná; Gilson Leandro Queluz, Universidade Tecnológica
Federal do Paraná (UTFPR)
Estilo de vida y valores de estudiantes universitarias del Perú
AYME GABRIELA BUITRON, universidad peruana
cayetano heredia; Luz Mery Carbajal, UNIVERSIDAD
PERUANA CAYETANO HEREDIA
La cultura de los salvajes tecnológicos. Tecnología y cultura
para el pensamiento desarrollista costarricense (1949-1983)
David Chavarría Camacho, Universidad de Costa Rica
074. Boundaries: bodies and landscapes
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Miró
Participants:
Terraforming with permaculture Andrea Ghelfi, University of
Leicester
Redes multi-naturales: explorando conexiones entre mundos en
torno al agua William Andres Martinez-Duenas, Universidad
del Magdalena (Colombia)
Postcolonial Organising. Difference and political organisation
among Eritrean migrants in Italy Martina Martignoni,
University of Leicester
Science and its Others, Science as Otherwise: exploring the
relation between scientific and indigenous worlds in the Alto
Rio Negro region of Brazil. Antonia Caitlin Walford,
CRESC/OU
Discussant:
Renzo Taddei, Federal University of São Paulo
075. Knowledge transfer via material objects: Hands and skills
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere
Participants:
Tecno-pedagogia de discotecagem: notas etnográficas acerca da
formação de DJs de música eletrônica de pista. Rafael da
Silva Malhão, Universidade Estadual de Campinas Unicamp
Materialism and knowledge: Revisiting Tacit Knowledge
Mariano Zukerfeld, CONICET- CCTS- Universidad
Maimonides
Putting Heart and Soul in the Box: Technology, Embodiment
and Electronic Music Michael S Mopas, Carleton
University; Amelia Curran, Carleton University
Amerindian Settlement Endurance and Anglo Visions of Virgin
Soil Adam Fulton Johnson, University of Michigan
076. Arts, Science and Technology
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I
Chair:
Sandra P. Gonzalez-Santos, Universidad Nacional Autonoma
de Mexico, Universidad Iberoamericana
Participants:
An experiment involving STS, art, the digital realm and 15
people Sandra P. Gonzalez-Santos, Universidad Nacional
Autonoma de Mexico, Universidad Iberoamericana
Dear Scientists... Ioanna Semendeferi, University of Houston
Can the Arts Help to Save the World? Balance-Unbalance and
the 'art!
⋈ clim ate'
Ricardo
Dal
proj
Farra,
ects. Concordia
University - Canadá / UNTREF - Argentina
Making and Diving: Performing and Re-forming Boundaries
Between Art and Trash Guy Schaffer, Rensselaer
Polytechnic Institute; Ellen Foster, Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute
077. Centers and Peripheries in Science and Technology II
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II
Chair:
Hebe Vessuri, CIGA-UNAM
Participants:
Como a ciência torna-se periférica: um estudo sobre a verdade
irrelevante fabricio monteiro neves, UNB
The unfavored region: The absence of Latin America in ICT4D
research Caroline Stratton, University of Texas at Austin;
Diane Bailey, University of Texas at Austin
Is there an African computer science? Exploring capacities and
identities in Kenya and Uganda Matthew Harsh, Concordia
University
Offshoring offshore wind: A Norwegian offshore (ad)venture in
China Marius Korsnes, Department of Interdisciplinary
Studies of Culture, Norwegian University of Science and
Technology
The Internationalization of First Principle Model field: A
brazilian case Marcio Felipe Salles Medeiros, Uiversidade
de Brasília
Space activities on the periphery: an aproach from Argentina´s
foreign policy Daniel Blinder, Centro de Estudios de
Historia de la Ciencia y de la Técnica José Babini
078. Quantifying Affect and Emotion, Past and Present
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart
Chair:
Luke Stark, New York University
Participants:
Making Emotion Fit Theory: Four Humors Equals Four
Emotions in Medieval and Early Modern Medicine Nicole
Archambeau, University of California, Santa Barbara
A Social History of International Disease Classification on
Mental Disorders, 1948-1975 Harry Yi-Jui Wu, Nanyang
Technological University
The PANAS Scale and Self-Therapeutic Tracking Luke Stark,
New York University
The Quantified Qualified self: The Number Affect Farzana
Dudhwala, University of Oxford
Tracking the Self, Installing Expertise: Cognitive-Behavioral
Therapy and the Auto-regulating Subject Beth Semel,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
079. Educación superior y formación de ingenieros
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso
Chair:
José Germano Neto, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do
Norte
Participants:
ASC&T, cotidiano e consumo tecnológico: leituras e
aproximações Juliana Cristina Santicioli dos Santos,
Universidade Federal de São Carlos - PPGCTS; Cidoval
Morais de Sousa, UEPB
Nosotros:los otros, complejizando la educación científica en la
periferia Diana María Farías, Universidad Nacional de
Colombia
Pluralidade Epistêmica, Técnicas Locais e Emancipação Social
José Germano Neto, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande
do Norte
Cuidado com o celular: uma abordagem CTS em aulas de
Biologia André Luiz Rodrigues dos Santos Cunha,
Universidade Federal do Pará; JOSÉ ALEXANDRE DA
SILVA VALENTE, UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO PARÁ
El documental como herramienta de comunicación del primer
Juicio Ciudadano Uruguayo Ana Vasquez, Facultad de
Ciencias, UdelaR; Marila Lázaro Olaizola, Unidad de
Ciencia y Desarrollo, Facultad de Ciencias, Udelar; Diego
Vidart, Colectivo DoKumental
Participação Docente na Seleção de Temas de Estudo: CTS
como Dinamizador de Listagens de Conteúdos Caetano
Castro Roso, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina;
Décio Auler, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria
080. Complejidad y redes tecno-científicas en salud
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela
Chair:
Yuri Carvajal Bañados, Universidad de Chile
Participants:
Percepção Pública da Saúde Simone Pallone de Figueiredo, The
State University of Campinas (Unicamp; Carlos Vogt, The
State University of Campinas (Unicamp); Ana Paula
Morales, DPCT/Labjor/Unicamp; Milagros Varguez,
Tecnológico de Monterrey; Rodrigo Bastos Cunha,
Labjor/Unicamp; Patricia Aline Santos, Labjor/Unicamp;
Cristiane Gonçalves Pinho, Fundação Antonio Prudente;
Marcio Derbli, Instituto de Saúde
Software de gestão da saúde da família: um caso de
desembarque da ciência? José Marcos Silveira Gonçalves,
UFRJ; Fernando Gonçalves Severo, 4S Membership
Tecnologías informáticas en salud; el caso de la reforma en
Chile Jimena Carrasco, Universidad Austral de Chile;
Sebastián Medina, Universidad de Chile; Jorge Pacheco,
Universidad de Concepción
La colapsoterapia antituberculosa; llevando el confinamiento
dentro de los cuerpos Anibal Vivaceta, Escuela de Medicina,
Universidad de Valparaíso
Corpo Feminino como Lugar de Produção de Verdades sobre a
Menopausa Rebeca Buzzo Feltrin, State University of
Campinas (UNICAMP); Lea Velho, State University of
Campinas, Brazil
081. Mediating Political Participation I
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi
Chair:
Maria Vidart-Delgado, MIT
Participants:
Obama v. Romney 2012: Tweeting for ‘Change’ in the
Presidential Election Laura Robinson, Santa Clara
University
Neoliberal Reform, Expertise, and Social Relations in Fire
Safety Regulation: The Rise of Performance Based Design
Fire Engineering Graham Spinardi, University of Edinburgh
Engaging in a de-centred world Maja Horst, University of
Copenhagen; Alan Irwin, Copenhagen Business School
A Civic Alternative: D.I.Y. Hydrogen Sulfide Monitoring
Elisabeth Wilder, Northeastern University; Sara Wylie,
Northeastern University
From assistance centers to official reports: technical mediations
of humanitarian aid and compensation in Colombia Fredy A.
Mora-Gámez, University of Leicester, Universidad Nacional
de Colombia
Discussant:
Maria Vidart-Delgado, MIT
082. Design/Think with care, STS & Local Issues I
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi
Chairs:
Andrea Botero, Aalto University
Maria Fernanda Olarte Sierra, University of Manchester
Participants:
Beyond participation, caring as design strategy Andrea Botero,
Aalto University
Bordar la tecnología y tecnologizar el bordado: encuentro entre
conocimientos, saberes y experiencias Manuel FrancoAvellaneda, OCyT; Laura Cortés, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana
Sobre Design e Tecnologias Sociais: Construção simbólica e
cultural na Casa do Artesão Mariense/MG. Douglas dos
Santos Lemos Lima, Universidade Federal de Itajubá;
Adilson Silva Mello, Universidade Federal de Itajubá;
Rosinei Batista Ribeiro, Faculdades Integradas Teresa
D'Ávila (FATEA) / Universidade do Estado do Rio de
Janeiro (UERJ); Bianca Siqueira Martins Domingos,
Universidade Federal de Itajubá - UNIFEI
Contando con cuidado y tejiendo bienes comunes Maria
Fernanda Olarte-Sierra, Department of Design. Universidad
de los Andes
Aprendiendo a leer la naturaleza: relación entre conocimientos
científicos y conocimientos ancestrales y locales Catherine
Ramos García, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes. Centro de
Estudios Culturales y Ecológicos Prescott College
083. Plasticity, Local Biologies and Lamarckianism Across the
Contemporary Life Sciences II
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
Chair:
Sahra Gibbon, University College London
Participants:
Reproductive Knowledge and Genetic Risk: a construction of a
genetic disease in the Sertões of Brazil Neide Mayumi
Osada, Unicamp (Brazil); Maria Conceição da Costa,
Unicamp (Brazil)
Meanings and practices in the search for biogenetic origins of
adoptees in Brazil and Quebec Débora Allebrandt, Federal
University of Rio Grande do Sul - Brazil
We Are Who We Eat: Local biologies of plants, animals, and
humans John Hartigan, University of Texas, Austin
Environment, Epigenetics and Ethnography in Mexico City
Elizabeth F.S. Roberts, Univeristy of Michigan
084. Politics, Publics, Participation and Practices: Governance of
Technologies in Global Networks II
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Borges
Chair:
Patricia Adriana Vargas-Leon, Syracuse University
Participants:
The Internet kill switch: a tool to ensure the survival of
governments and nation-states Patricia Adriana VargasLeon, Syracuse University
Las empresas trasnacionales en la gobernanza del ciberespacio
María de Lourdes Marquina Sánchez, Universidad
Autónoma de la Ciudad de México/Universidad Nacional
Autónoma de México
An approach to national Internet governance mechanisms
Carolina Aguerre, Universidad de San Andrés
The Borders of the Informational State: The Geopolitics of
Macro-Level Socio-Technical Systems Sandra Braman,
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Discussant:
Olga Cavalli, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Argentina
085. Thinking with Techno-anthropology II
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin
Chair:
Cathrine Hasse, Aarhus University
Participants:
Technological Kinships: Vibrant technologies and nurse-patient
engagements Ann Katrine Bønnelykke Soffer, Aarhus
University, School of Education
Calculating future life: living with the life-sustaining
technologies in Japan Goro Yamazaki, Osaka University
Rethinking Agency Through Distraction Jesper Aagaard,
Aarhus University
Power, Meaning and Mapping: Semiotics of Participatory
Geographical Information Systems Paul Manson, Portland
State University
Expertise in context: roles and statuses of experts in
organization Olga Lelebina, Institut Superieur de Gestion
086. Pensamento Iberoamericano em Ciência, Tecnologia e
Desenvolvimento II
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Dalí
Chairs:
Renato Peixoto Dagnino, Universidade Estadual de Campinas UNICAMP/Brazil
Márcio Moutinho Abdalla, Universidade Federal Fluminense
Participants:
Tecnologias e Utopias no Pensamento Anarquista Brasileiro
(1900-1935) Gilson Leandro Queluz, Universidade
Tecnológica Federal do Paraná (UTFPR)
O Desenvolvimentismo de Pinto e Guerreiro Ramos e o
Neodesenvolvimentismo Ricardo Afonso Ferreira de
Vasconcelos, UTFPR; Mario Lopes Amorim, Universidade
Tecnológica Federal do Paraná
Pensando los vínculos entre ciencia, tecnología y desarrollo en
Latinoamérica: las ideas de Osvaldo Sunkel eliana arancibia
gutierrez, UNAM-UNICAMP; Daniela Pinheiro, State
University of Campinas - UNICAMP
Repensando Desenvolvimento Local e o Problema das Cidades
Orientadas ao Mercado Márcio Moutinho Abdalla,
Universidade Federal Fluminense; Alexandre Faria, FGVEBAPE
La ciencia en cuestión en la Argentina. Ejes de un debate de
principios de los años 70 Adriana Feld, CONICET - UNQ U. Maimónides
087. Crossings: tacking between spaces of resistance
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Miró
Chair:
Antonia Caitlin Walford, CRESC/OU
Participants:
Equatorial Savage as Radical Chic: Geographies of Desire in
the Age of Global Technocultures Kavita Philip, University
of California, Irvine
Why Bogotá? The Local, the Global and the Interesting,
Reflexively Malcolm Ashmore, Loughborough University;
Olga Restrepo Forero, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Trapped between Science and Religion: Theory of Evolution in
Turkish Academia Kaya Akyuz, University of Vienna; Banu
Saatci, Istanbul Sehir University
Visión(es) alter-nativa(s): Curación, relación y diferencia en el
Sur de Chile. Cristobal Bonelli, University of Amsterdam
Feeling Policy: Emotional Entanglements, Evidence and
Contested Policy Fields Michael Orsini, University of
Ottawa
Discussant:
Salvador Schavelzon, Universidade Federal de São Paulo
088. Knowledge transfer via material objects: Writing it out
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere
Chair:
Ramona Braun, University of Cambridge
Participants:
Mathematizing Music Composition: The Twentieth-Century
Development of the Schillinger System Clare Kim, MIT
Message in a bottle: Knowledge-transfer through market
Sandra Daza-Caicedo, Universidad de los
Andes/Observatorio Colombiano de Ciencia y Tecnología
Pinole: a hybrid food Alexandra Littaye, University of Oxford
Biofuels in political cartoons: ironies, side effects and
discolourings Edna F. Einsiedel, University of Calgary
089. Modos de representación: Cartographies and Urban
Interventions
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I
Chair:
Anabella Speziale, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Participants:
Aproximaciones interdisciplinarias en el estudio socio-espacial
de la basura Ilana Boltvinik Riesenfeld, Universidad del
Claustro de Sor Juana / UAM Cuajimalpa
Art and the city: Exploring gaps and short-comings in
technoscientific visualizations Anja Johansen, NTNU
Fabricação de Poéticas nas Práticas Cotidianas dos
“Microrroteiros da Cidade” Fernanda Bornancin,
Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná - UTFPR;
Marilda Lopes Pinheiro Queluz, Universidade Tecnológica
Federal do Paraná - UTFPR
Video y Poesía para representar nuestro mundo. Usos del
soporte audiovisual en la investigación científica. Anabella
Speziale, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Cidade e ciência: um desdobramento possível Thaís Harumi
Manfré Yado, Universidade Federal de São Carlos
090. STS and “the state” I
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II
Chair:
Jeffrey A. Knapp, Pennsylvania State University
Participants:
Oceans Apart: Law and Politics of Maritime Direct Action,
1957-1963 Mary Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania
Is the state an actor or not? Jeffrey A. Knapp, Pennsylvania
State University; Sarp Yanki Kalfa, Pennsylvania State
University
State multiplicity, in alphabetical order Nicholas J Rowland,
Pennsylvania State University; Jan-Hendrik Passoth,
Technische Universität Berlin
Translating the State. Digitization of Governmental Information
Flows from an ANT perspective Annalisa Pelizza, University
of Twente, NL
Securing the Human: Xenotransplantation, Securitization, and
Human-Animal Relations Rachel Carr, University of Sydney
Science Technology and Society and post-Keynesian / postFordism Regime of Production Ricardo Gonçalves
DaSILVA, Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Cientifico
& Tecnológico- CNPq
091. Systems of Oversight
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart
Participants:
The Integrated Weather Team: A Potential Collaborative Site of
STS Intervention Jennifer J Henderson, Virginia Tech
Securing the living: governance, materiality and understandings
of life during biological emergencies Jose Antonio Cañada,
University of Helsinki
Assessing the Economic Benefits of Early Warning Systems
for Companies Simone Wurster, Technische Universität
Berlin, Institut für Technologie und Management, FG
Innovationsökonomie - VWS 2, Müller-Breslau-Straße 15
(Schleuseninsel), D-10623 Berlin; Michael Klafft,
Fraunhofer-Institut für Offene Kommunikationssysteme
FOKUS, Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 31, 10589 Berlin, Germany
How to sell uncertain technologie ? (Re)Exploring detachments
in ANT Frederic GOULET, CIRAD, UMR Innovation /
INTA Laboratorio Internacional Agriterris; Ronan Le Velly,
Montpellier SupAgro
Discussant:
Vivian Y. Choi, Cornell University
092. Innovación
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso
Chair:
Natalia Gras, Universidad Autónoma MetropolitanaXochimilco
Participants:
Políticas para incentivar la innovación en el sector productivo.
Mario Capdevielle, UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA
METROPOLITANA
Políticas Públicas e Indicadores de Inovação no Brasil Diego
Rafael de Moraes Silva, State University of Campinas
(UNICAMP); Andre Tosi Furtado, State University of
Campinas (UNICAMP)
Innovaciones inclusivas y sus relaciones causales implícitas
Natalia Gras, Universidad Autónoma MetropolitanaXochimilco; Gabriela Dutrénit, Universidad Atónoma
Metropolitana/ Coordinadora de la Re LALICS; Matías
Vera-Cruz, Universidad de California, Los Ángeles (UCLA)
INNOVACIÓN ABIERTA PRODUCTIVA: Living Lab
Susana Beatriz Darin, RED Leilac, IDEAR, Universidad
Abierta Interamericana
Ciência, tecnologia e inovação segundo o Instituto de Pesquisas
Econômicas Aplicadas (IPEA) Camila Carneiro Dias
Rigolin, Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCAR),
Brazil; Maria Cristina Innocentini Hayashi, Federal
University of São Carlos (UFSCAR), Brazil
093. Instrumentos y Herramientas
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela
Chair:
Rosalia Marcela Lizondo, INTA Tucumàn
Participants:
Las Indicaciones Geográficas como herramientas de Agregado
de Valor Mariana Bruno, Estudiante de Maestría; Graciela
Ghezán, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata; María
Laura Cendón, Instituto Nacional de Tecnología
Agropecuaria (INTA); Maria Laura VITERI, INTA
La historia de la tecnología como instrumento del desarrollo
regional Juan Arturo Camargo, Professor Uniminuto
La controvertible política científico-tecnológica del maíz
transgénico en México Yolanda Castañeda, Universidad
Autónoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco; Yolanda Massieu,
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco
Caña de azúcar, quema y ambiente: concertación y participación
en Los Ralos, Tucumán Rosalia Marcela Lizondo, INTA
Tucumàn
094. Mediating Political Participation II
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi
Chair:
Jerry Doppelt, UCSD
Participants:
Measuring 'Stress' in the Air Traffic Controllers' Strike in the
Reagan Presidency Jerry Doppelt, UCSD
Os transgênicos no Brasil: política pública e participação.
Maria Luísa Nozawa Ribeiro, UFSCar
Presença e Informação: o dasein heideggeriano em tempos de
internet, hiperconexão e redes sociais. Priscilla Cavalcante
Normando, Universidade de Brasília - Observatório do
Movimento pela Tecnologia Social na América Latina
(OBMTS/UnB)
Open source culture re-imagines science in the public interest:
Open Source Hardware at CERN Alison Powell, London
School of Economics and Political Science
“Aerospace-quality Technology by Volunteers”: Exploring
Amateur Technocracy in DIY Drones Christina DunbarHester, Rutgers University
095. Design/Think with care, STS & Local Issues II
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi
Chair:
Tania Pérez Bustos, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Participants:
Feminist dialogues on care to envision imaginaries around
gametes Sara Lafuente, CSIC - Consejos Superior de
Investigaciones Científicas (Spanish National Research
Council)
¿Qué implica diseñar participativamente tecnologías desde el
cuidado? Tania Pérez Bustos, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana
De la puntada al circuito: etnografía del proceso de construcción
de un lenguaje de programación que se borda Sara Daniela
Márquez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
The happiness of local and global inequalities Michael Nebeling
Petersen, Southern University of Denmark
096. Banquet and Tango Show
7:00 to 11:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat
FRIDAY, AUGUST, 22
097. Modelos de Institucionalização e Mecanismos de Difusão em
Política Científica e Tecnológica
8:30 to 10:30 am
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
Chairs:
Carolina Bagattolli, UFPR - Universidade Federal do Paraná
Tiago Brandão, IHC, FCSH-UNL
Participants:
O padrão recente da PCT&I brasileira e as máximas do
inovacionismo Tildo José Furlan Junior, Universidade
Estadual de Campinas - UNICAMP; Rafael Dias, Campinas
State University
Políticas de CTI en América Latina: transferencia intrarregional
de conocimientos y capacidades nacionales Belén Baptista,
Universidad de la República, Uruguay; Amílcar Davyt
García, Unidad de Ciencia y Desarrollo, Facultad de
Ciencias, Udelar
Considerações sobre política de C&T em saúde no Brasil
contemporaneo Marcia de Oliveira Teixeira, Fundação
Oswaldo Cruz / BRASIL; Ana Tereza Pinto Filipecki,
Fiocruz; Vinicius Pellizzaro Klein, Fundação Oswaldo Cruz
/ BRASIL
Política de software e serviços de TI no Brasil: uma análise de
política Daniela Pinheiro, State University of Campinas UNICAMP; Milena Serafim, State University of Campinas -
UNICAMP
Análisis de las políticas públicas en biotecnología en Argentina
(1982-2012) Diego Sebastián Aguiar, Universidad Nacional
de Río Negro - CONICET
Reflexões No Desenvolvimento De Produto Relacionado Às
Tecnologias Sociais Na Produção De Imagens Sacras Camila
Loricchio Veiga, Universidade Federal de Itajubá; Rosinei
Batista Ribeiro, Faculdades Integradas Teresa D'Ávila
(FATEA) / Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
(UERJ); Adilson Silva Mello, Universidade Federal de
Itajubá; Isabela Batista Graça Grego, Faculdades
Integradas Teresa D'Ávila - FATEA; Bianca Siqueira
Martins Domingos, Universidade Federal de Itajubá UNIFEI; Gilbert Silva, Universidade Federal de Itajubá UNIFEI
098. Aportes de la teoría crítica de la tecnología para la
evaluación tecnológica I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Borges
Participants:
Reification, Dereification and STS Andrew Feenberg, Simon
Fraser University
La teoría crítica de la tecnología: Alcances y limitaciones
Hector Gustavo Giuliano, Universidad Católica Argentina;
Fernando Tula Molina, UNQ, Conicet, Agencia
Código Técnico e controvérsias na implantação da UHE do
Baixo Iguaçu Catiane Matiello, Universidade Tecnológica
Federal do Paraná - UTFPR; Gilson Leandro Queluz,
Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná (UTFPR)
Disputa y Control tecnológico: Más allá de la producción y el
mercado Helder Binimelis, Universidad Católica de Temuco
Nuevas modalidades organizativas para enfrentar la
convergencia tecnológica Mónica Casalet, Facultad
Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) sede
México
Alcances normativos de una lectura feenbergeana de los
conflictos ambientales Ayelén Cavalli, Universidad Nacional
de Mar del Plata
Discussant:
Hector Gustavo Giuliano, Universidad Católica Argentina
099. Environmental controversies in world risk society.
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin
Participants:
Resistance to nuclear technology from a cosmopolitan
perspective: on the plans to construct a small nuclear reactor
on the border between Argentina and Paraguay Agustin Piaz,
CONICET-UNSAM
You can´t socially construct bicycles without rubber: SCOT
needs a ´cosmopolitan turn´ Ana Maria Vara, Universidad
Nacional de San Martin
The struggle to regulate pesticides in rural Argentina: dealing
with global risk governance in a peripheral context Florencia
Arancibia, State University of New York at Stony Brook
Minería,desarrollo y sostenibilidad: el extractivismo desde los
estudios CTS Ernesto Andrade-Sastoque, Universidad de
Los Andes
Public participation, environmental conflicts and technological
determinism: the case of Guatemala’s hydropower projects
Renato Giovanni Ponciano Sandoval, Universidad de San
Carlos de Guatemala
Discussant:
Julia Silvia Guivant, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
100. Science and Theory
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Dalí
Chair:
Robert Evans, Cardiff University
Participants:
Cognitive justice as a theorical-metodological base for scientific
policy Ángel Ruiz, UNAM; Andoni Eizagirre, Universidad de
Mondragón
New Media Revolutions and the Lifeworld: Postcolonial
Theory and the Consumer Internet Christopher Leslie, New
York University Polytechnic School of Engineering
Sensework – deciphering sociotechnical work in safety-critical,
information-dense operations Torgeir Kolstø Haavik, NTNU
Social Research; Jens Petter Kirkhus Johansen, NTNU
Social Research; Petter Grytten Almklov, NTNU Social
Research; Eric Monteiro, Department of Informatics,
University of Oslo
Understanding 'understanding' in Science Communication
Martin Weinel, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff
University; Nicolette M Priaulx, Cardiff Law School, Cardiff
University
Why Science Matters: The Third Wave and Scientific Values
Robert Evans, Cardiff University; Harry Collins, Cardiff
University
Sociotechnical Resilience as an STS Concept Sulfikar Amir,
Nanyang Technological University (NTU)
101. Materializing, Practicing and Contesting Data I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Miró
Participants:
Stuck Inside of Mobile? Local Climate Initiatives Practicing
Eco-feedback Georg Aichholzer, Austrian Academy of
Sciences, Institute of Technology Assessment
Carbon Markets: Virtualism and Fetishism Raquel Rodrigues
Machaqueiro, George Washington University
Precios Cuidados: Experiments in the Collectively Controlled
Sensing of Quantitative Change Ana Gross, University of
Warwick; Lucia Ariza, IIGG, University of Buenos Aires
Anticipating the Future: Temporal Regimes of Meteorological
Decision Making Phaedra Daipha, Rutgers University
Change in degree of trust about misconceptions on radioactivity
kazumi sano, National Institute for Environmental Studies
102. Engaging society in research and innovation I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere
Chair:
Henk Mulder, University of Groningen
Participants:
Towards societal embedding of synthetic biology - engaging the
public Afke Wieke Betten, Athena Institute, VU University
Amsterdam; Jacqueline Broerse, Free University
Amsterdam; Frank Kupper, VU University Amsterdam;
Tjard de Cock Buning, Prof. dr.
Mind the gap: democratic participation, scientific enquiry and
public engagement- Insights from the Surprise project
Vincenzo Pavone, CSIC - Consejo Superior Investigaciones
Cientícas; Elvira Santiago, Consejo Superior
Investigaciones Científicas; Sara Degli Esposti, The Open
University Business School
How to design multi-stakeholder learning processes around
animal welfare research Marianne Benard, VU University
Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Science, Technology and
Innovation Policies in Latin American Ernesto Fernandez
Polcuch, UNESCO; alessandro bello, UNESCO
103. Nanoparticles and macro policy: Reflections on the
development of nanotechnology in the Americas I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I
Participants:
Compliance Programs, Direito à informação do consumidor e
riscos nanotecnológicos Wilson Engelmann, UNISINOS;
Raquel von Hohendorff, Unisinos
Nanotecnología en Venezuela: desarrollo científico-tecnológico
en el nuevo marco político Maria Sonsire Lopez, Centro
Estudios de la Ciencia. Instituto Venezolano de
Investigaciones Científicas
Movimiento de asimetrías en las redes. Nuevas formas de
entender las relaciones científicas entre el Sur y Norte Global
Marcela Suarez, FCCyT
Procesos de I+D en nanotecnologías: análisis socio-técnico de
instrumentos de políticas públicas en el sistema
Agroalimentario Argentino. Tomás Javier Carrozza,
Universidad de Mar del Plata
104. Ontologies of things, techniques and sites of knowledge
production
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II
105. Civic Infrastructure & Democratic Epistemologies
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart
Chair:
Max Liboiron, Northeastern University
Participants:
Data Collection as Activism: Grassroots Canvasing after
Hurricane Sandy Max Liboiron, Northeastern University
Mapping Wildfires, Managing Time: representing the multiple
temporalities of disaster Katrina Petersen, University of
California, San Diego
A New Weather Research Lab: Connecting Weather
Practitioners to the Academic Community Jennifer J
Henderson, Virginia Tech; Laura Myers, University of
Alabama; Allen Parrish, University of Alabama
Women of the Storm - Rough Cut Wesley Shrum, Louisiana
State University
Local climate governance – possibilities and barriers for
municipal promotion of sustainable living Marie
Chimwemwe Degnbol, University of Copenhagen
Discussant:
Kim Fortun, RPI
106. South-North-South dialogues on Science and Technology I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso
Participants:
the contradictory adoption of ICT in the management of
environmental self-images in the Amazon Raoni Guerra
Rajão, UFMG; Camilla Marcolino, UFMG
Scientists, Publics and Transgenics: Information, Trust,
Communication and Engagement on Research dealing with
Vector-borne Diseases Christophe Boete, IRD - UMR 190;
Uli Beisel, University Halle-Wittenberg; Luisa Reis Castro,
Spiral, Université de Liège / Maastricht University; Nicolas
Césard, N/A; R.G. Reeves, MPG
Para além de centro e periferia: uma descolonização epistêmica
da física brasileira no século XX Heraclio Duarte Tavares,
Programa de História das ciências e das técnicas e
epistemologia (HCTE) - Universidade Federal do Rio de
Janeiro (UFRJ); Clarice Moreira Portugal, Programa de
Pós-Graduação em Saúde Coletiva (PPGSC) Universidade Federal da Bahia (UFBA)
Science, Technology, and Society (STS) Studies: China,
Europe, and North American in Dialogue Carl Mitcham,
Colorado School of Mines; Nan WANG, University of
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Unlocking Silent Histories: Lake Atitlan, Guatemala Ricardo B.
Duque, St. Cloud State Univeristy; Donna DeGennaro,
University of Massachusetts, Boston
Exploring the Scientific Aesthetics of Food Labeling in the
Americas Stephanie Houston Grey, Louisiana State
University
107. Responsible Research and Innovation: Legitimizing
Emerging Technologies I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela
Chair:
Michelle Chauvet, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana
Azcapotzalco
Participants:
La construcción de “soft law”: Hacia una “investigación e
innovación responsables (RRI)" en nanotecnología
ADRIANA CHIANCONE, Universidad de la República;
Enrique Martínez Larrechea, Universidad de la Empresa Uruguay
Nanotechnology in Argentina. A responsible innovation
process? JAVIER IGNACIO Garcia Fronti, University of
Buenos Aires; Andoni Ibarra, University of the Basque
Country
Regulación de las nanotecnologías en México ¿anticipación,
alineación o enajenación? Mónica Anzaldo, Centro de
Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto
Politécnico Nacional (CINVESTAV); Michelle Chauvet,
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco
Institutionalization of public policies & diffusion of innovation:
the case of interventional radiology Philippe GORRY,
GREThA CNRS 5113, Dpt. of Social Sciences, University of
Bordeaux; Benoit Cyril, Sciences Po Bordeaux; Pascal
Ragouet, University of Bordeaux
Discerning the Effects of the Economy on Scientific Expertise
David Caudill, Villanova University
Regulating New Technologies: A Case Study of Legal
Foresighting Shawn Harmon, Univresity of Edinburgh;
Fabiana Arzuaga, MINCYT
108. Aproximaciones teóricas y escenarios de educación no
formal
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi
Chair:
Eileen Bernal, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Participants:
Materias CTS en currículos de formación por ciclos en
Ingeniería en Colombia Eileen Bernal, Universidad Nacional
de Colombia
Educação CTS: sentidos sobre tecnologias em uma proposta
pedagógica politécnica Raquel Folmer Corrêa, UFSC
Cidadania sociotécnica na formação de engenheiros: desafios
para a educação CTS Edson Jacinski, Universidade
Tecnológica Federal do Paraná
A Precarização dos Docentes de Ensino Superior: O Olhar da
Saúde do Trabalhador Katia Reis Souza, FIOCRUZ
Revisión del esquema conceptual básico de los estudios CTS+i
vistos desde el triángulo del conocimiento Jose Antonio
Hernanz Moral, Universidad Veracruzana, Dirección
General de Desarrollo Académico e Innovación Educativa;
Rubén López Domínguez, Universidad Veracruzana.
Instituto de Investigaciones Biológicas.
109. Producción de conocimiento y políticas públicas: tensiones y
oportunidades de una compleja relación I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi
Participants:
Hacia la construcción del campo de los estudios CTS en México
Jazmín Anaid Flores, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana
Conocimiento criminológico y política criminal: un estudio de
caso Héctor Javier Avila, Centro de Estudios de Seguridad
Urbana FCPyS UNCuyo
La medición como práctica administrativa y su papel en la
construcción de objetos de frontera y gobernabilidad YURI
JACK GOMEZ MORALES, Universidad Nacional de
Colombia
Movilización y mediación de conocimientos. Regulaciones en
salud en Argentina Ezequiel Benito, Center for Science,
Technology and Society - Maimonides University
Planes Nacionales de Ciencia y Tecnología de Argentina y
definición de agendas de investigación Victoria
Ugartemendia, UBA
110. Ciência, Tecnologia e Gênero I
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
Chair:
Maria Margaret Lopes, State University of Campinas
(UNICAMP)
Participants:
A Produção de conhecimento em Gênero, Ciência & Tecnologia
em periódicos latino-americanos Rebeca Buzzo Feltrin, State
University of Campinas (UNICAMP); Maria Margaret
Lopes, State University of Campinas (UNICAMP); Maria De
Cléofas Faggion Alencar, Embrapa; Bruna Vasconcellos,
UNICAMP
La participación de la mujer en el sistema CTI argentino: 20002014 Patricia Bárbara Flores, Centro REDES
Fanny Tabak e os primeiros passos dos estudos sobre Ciência,
Tecnologia e Gênero no Brasil Bruna Vasconcellos,
UNICAMP; Márcia Maria Tait Lima, Universidade Estadual
de Campinas - UNICAMP/Brazil
111. Prospectos para la innovacion colaborativa en America
Latina
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Borges
Chair:
TONATIUH ANZURES, University College London
Participants:
Scientific migration and distant collaboration. Mexican
immigrants in the UK TONATIUH ANZURES, University
College London
Highly skilled mobility and migration: Latin American trends
and interpretations from the brain drain to globalization
lucas jorge luchilo, centro redes e instituto universitario en
ciencias de la salud
Por uma cultura hacker: software livres e direitos autorais Flora
Rodrigues Gonçalves, UFMG
Trayectorias de Investigadores comparando Tecnología con
otras áreas del conocimiento MARIA ISABEL MIRANDA,
CONICET-Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas
y Técnicas; HERNAN MATIAS BEORLEGUI, CONICET;
ALBERTO ANIBAL ARLEO, CONICET (Consejo Nacional
de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas); LILIANA
CATALINA SACCO, CONICET (Consejo Nacional de
Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas)
Apoyo para el comercio justo: Inequidades y perspectivas entre
actores JOSE ARAMIS MARIN PEREZ, Université de
Lorraine; Juan Morúa Ramírez, Université de Lorraine;
Igor Rivera, Instituto Politécnico Nacional; Christophe
Schmitt, Université de Lorraine
112. Historia y estudios sociales de la Infraestructura
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin
Chair:
Ericka Herazo, Universidad de Los Andes
Participants:
A importância dos Centros de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento
(P&D) na gênese do processo científico e tecnológico
brasileiro Tânia Rosa Cascaes, Reynaldo de Oliveira
Ferreira
Cambio Tecnológico y Desarrollo Local: Estudio de caso sobre
FRE. Ariamnis Tomasa Alcazar, Professor; Jorge Núñez
Jover, Universidad de La Habana
Diálogos em busca de uma cena: a contínua polêmica do
programa alimentar Multimistura no Brasil. Lucimeri Ricas
Ricas, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Perfil Profesional, Ámbito Institucional de Trabajo y
Producción Científica en Investigadores Argentinos Santiago
Barandiarán, MINCYT & Universidad Nacional de La Plata
- Argentina; María Guillermina D'Onofrio, MINCYT and
University of Buenos Aires
113. Beyond Infrastructure: Theorizing Alternatives and
Absences
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Dalí
Chair:
Paul N. Edwards, University of Michigan
Participants:
How to Fix Infrastructure Studies: Repair as Creative
Entanglement Steven Jackson, Cornell University
Living in the broken city: favelas, infrastructural inequity and
the materiality of the digital Padma Chirumamilla,
University of Michigan; David Nemer, Indiana University
‘O Infrastructure, Where Art Thou?’: old and new
infrastructures for social media datasets. Jean-Christophe
Plantin, Université de Compiègne
On Infrastructure Time Paul N. Edwards, University of
Michigan
A Reverse Salient in the Uneven Contours of Information
Infrastructure Innovation Robin Williams, University of
Edinburgh
Infrastructure and Interventions Eric Monteiro, Department of
Informatics, University of Oslo
Discussant:
Lucy Suchman, Lancaster University
114. Materializing, Practicing and Contesting Data II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Miró
Participants:
What are we monitoring?: Environmental bridging
organisations and local knowledge for children’s
environmental health (CEH) Paivi Abernethy, University of
Waterloo; Nicole Klenk, University of Toronto
Military Fallout: Conflict over the origins and response to
environmental health problems Jennifer Ohayon, University
of California, Santa Cruz
The Problematic Adoption of an Air Quality Index in China
Rodolfo Andres Hernandez, Tsinghua University
The digital coral reef Elena Parmiggiani, Norwegian University
of Science and Technology; Eric Monteiro, Department of
Informatics, University of Oslo
Dressing in your data and other forms of sociological
storytelling Kat Jungnickel, Goldsmiths, University of
London
115. Engaging society in research and innovation II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere
Chair:
Marie Louise Jørgensen, The Danish Board of Technology
Foundation
Participants:
I, Carebot: RRI and Robotic Companions for the Elderly
Stevienna de Saille, University of Sheffield
Functional Study of the Science Museum Xiang LI, Tsinghua
University, Shenzhen School
Nowcasting the Aurora: Curiosity and Beauty Driven Citizen
Science Andrea H Tapia, Penn State University; Nicholas
LaLone, Penn State University; Elizabeth MacDonald,
NASA; Michelle Hall, Science Education Solutions
Patient-Powered Research: Bringing Laboratory Medicine to
the Real World Michael Burnam-Fink, Arizona State
University; Heather M Ross, Arizona State University
Research portfolios for societal problems: conceptual
frameworks and analytical tools Matthew Wallace, Ingenio
(CSIC-UPV), Univ. Politècnica de València; Ismael Rafols,
INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), Universitat Politècnica de València;
Tommaso Ciarli, SPRU, University of Sussex
116. Nanoparticles and macro policy: Reflections on the
development of of nanotechnology in the Americas II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I
Chair:
Tomás Javier Carrozza, Universidad de Mar del Plata
Participants:
Nanotechnology, Nanofoods as The new frontier of the
agrofoods systems : The Brazilian case PAULO ROBERTO
MARTINS, RENANOSOMA
Science and technology in food production: a discussion on
nanofoods Tânia Elias Magno da Silva, Universidade
Federal de Sergipe (Brazil); Wilson Engelmann, UNISINOS;
Diego Rodrigues Souto Calazans, Universidade Federal de
Sergipe (Brazil)
Trends in nanotechnology regulatory scenarios: food industry
and biofuels Adriano Premebida, FDB
Nanotecnologias aplicadas aos agroquímicos e o Direito Raquel
von Hohendorff, Unisinos; Wilson Engelmann, UNISINOS
117. Art and science/ethnography of scientific practice
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II
Chair:
Adriana Alejandrina Stagnaro, Universidad de Buenos Aires
118. Agricultural research, GMO, and STS I
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart
Chair:
Mariana Cuello, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes
Participants:
Public versus private interest: contested definitions of property
rights in the GMO debate in Chile Maite Paulina Salazar,
Universidad Santo Tomás
Obstáculos para la diversidad tecnológica: problemas de
coexistencia de alternativas productivas en algodón en
Argentina Valeria Arza, CENIT, Buenos Aires; Patrick van
Zwanenberg, CENIT, Argentina
La transferencia tecnológica en Universidades y el rol de las
Oficinas de Transferencia Tecnológica en proyectos de
biotecnología agropecuaria Facundo Romani, Universidad
Nacional de Quilmes; Pablo Ariel Pellegrini, Instituto de
Estudios sobre la Ciencia y la Tecnología, Universidad
Nacional de Quilmes / CONICET; Darío Codner,
Universidad Nacional de Quilmes
La soja RR en Argentina: bordeando la mercantilización del
conocimiento Mariana Cuello, Universidad Nacional de
Quilmes
Os Transgênicos e o Imperativo da Modernização Agrícola Notas Sobre o Caso Brasileiro Vivianne Caroline Santos
Sobral, UFSCar
119. South-North-South dialogues on Science and Technology II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso
Participants:
Configuring the ICT4D User for Financial Inclusion Tanya
Rabourn, School of Information, The University of Texas at
Austin
Post-colonial nanotechnology? The absence of governance
rationales from the South Paulo de Freitas Castro Fonseca,
Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra; Tiago
Santos Pereira, University of Coimbra
Contingency of global imitation - A case study of Chinese
adoption of Western Intellectual Property Regime Xiaobai
Shen, University of Edinburgh Business School
From the land to the virtual: Facebook and Inuit users. Alex
Castleton, Carleton University
Cognitive justice, open access and digital literacy Florence
Piron, Université Laval
120. Responsible Research and Innovation: Legitimizing
Emerging Technologies II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela
Chair:
JAVIER IGNACIO Garcia Fronti, University of Buenos Aires
Participants:
Apropiación tecnocientífica de saberes tradicionales
socioambientalmente relevantes Laura Alicia Olivares
Lagos, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
The Student and the Device Cristina Popescu, Grhapes (EA
7287) – INS HEA, EHESS, France
Redesign do processo de confecção de imagens sacras e
Tecnologias Sociais em Aparecida, SP, Brasil Isabela
Batista Graça Grego, Faculdades Integradas Teresa D'Ávila
- FATEA; Rosinei Batista Ribeiro, Universidade do Estado
do Rio de Janeiro - FAT/UERJ; Camila Loricchio Veiga,
Universidade Federal de Itajubá; Adilson Silva Mello,
Universidade Federal de Itajubá; Bianca Siqueira Martins
Domingos, Universidade Federal de Itajubá - UNIFEI;
Gilbert Silva, Universidade Federal de Itajubá - UNIFEI
121. Governance-in-the-making I
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi
Chairs:
Nicolas Baya-Laffite, Medialab, Sciences Po Paris
Stefan Cihan Aykut, EHESS, Paris
Participants:
Realizing instruments of governance Jan-Peter Voss,
Technische Universität Berlin
Isomorphism and Innovation Policies: a Comparative Analysis
Carolina Bagattolli, UFPR - Universidade Federal do
Paraná
Randomised controlled trials, health agencies and consumer
organisations: the political resolution of controversies Alain
Giami, INSERM - France
Loose Governance of Life Yoshizawa Go, Osaka University
The Chilean import of cognitive objects of government: family
violence and bullying Claudio Ramos Zincke, Universidad
Alberto Hurtado; Fernando Valenzuela, Universidad Andres
Bello
122. Producción de conocimiento y políticas públicas: tensiones y
oportunidades de una compleja relación II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi
Participants:
Políticas públicas y producción de conocimiento colectivo: un
acercamiento al portal educ.ar Marisa Alvarez, UNTREF;
Veronica Xhardez, UNTREF
La comunidad científica frente al poder político en México
Vanessa Sandoval-Romero, CIRST/UQAM; Rosalba Casas,
Instituo do Investigaciones Sociales, UNAM
Los modos de producción de conocimiento en los instrumentos
de promoción científica y tecnológica en Argentina: La
formulación y evaluación del Programa de Áreas
Estratégicas Victoria Castro, UBA
A Política Científica para o Câncer no Estado de São Paulo:
características da agenda de pesquisa Renan Gonçalves
Leonel, State University of Campinas, UNICAMP; Maria
Conceição da Costa, University if de Campinas
Ciência e política na cooperação Sul-Sul: panorama da
cooperação brasileira em saúde Nicole Aguilar Gayard,
University of Campinas; Maria Conceição da Costa,
University if de Campinas
Tecnologías de gobierno en las prácticas de intervención y
gestión de jóvenes internados por infracciones a la ley
Janaina de Souza Bujes, Universidade Federal do Rio
Grande do Sul
123. STS-Africa Meeting
1:00 to 2:00 pm
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
124. STS-Africa and STS-Asia Pacific meetings
1:00 to 2:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Opera Foyer
125. Engineering Studies Meeting
1:00 to 2:00 pm
outside restaurant: Outside Restaurant
126. SSS Meeting
1:00 to 2:00 pm
Terraza del Virrey: Terraza del Virrey
127. Ciencia, tecnología, innovación y género
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
Chair:
Marília Gomes de Carvalho, Professor of master and Doctorate
Program- PPGTE- UTFPR
Participants:
Indicadores de desenvolvimento em CTS e a Autonomia
feminina nadia terezinha covolan, rosendo a. covolan e
antonia maria covolan; Marília Gomes de Carvalho,
Professor of master and Doctorate Program- PPGTEUTFPR
Las mujeres y la computación: representaciones de jóvenes
acerca de la informática a nivel laboral y educativo. María
Florencia Botta, UBA/Conicet/CCTS Universidad
Maimonides; Lucila Dughera, Centro Ciencia, Tecnología y
Sociedad/Universidad Maimónides/CONICET; Guillermina
Yansen, UBA/Centro Ciencia, Tecnología y
Sociedad/Universidad Maimónides/CONICET
Género, tecnología y pobreza. El caso de las explotaciones
familiares algodoneras en el Chaco argentino Gabriela Elisa
Sued, Universidad de Buenos Aires-Centro Redes
Construcción de indicadores académico-profesionales en
ciencia y tecnología con perspectiva género. Encuesta
Nacional de Género, Ciencia y Tecnología. Magalí
Turkenich, UNLP/ Centro Redes; Eleonora Baringoltz,
MINCyT
128. STS to and from psychology
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Borges
Chair:
Ezequiel Benito, Center for Science, Technology and Society Maimonides University
Participants:
Productivity, economy and scientific policy: Scientific
community facing hard times. Alejandra Carolina MoralesNasser, Monterrey Institute of Technology
La psicología y pedagogía en el Gimnasio Moderno de Bogotá:
La transferencia de conocimiento, apropiación y adaptación
de subjetividades en torno a la infancia Joan Sebastian Soto
Triana, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
A visualization of the structure and dynamics of multiple
independent discoveries in science. Sofia Liberman,
Facultad de Psicología. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México
Emotions as a Driver of Science: Bill Hamilton and Kin
Selection Ullica Christina Segerstrale, Illinois Institute of
Technology
On being a member of 4S and a psychologist of science Mike
Gorman, University of Virginia
Discussant:
Michael E. Gorman, National Science Foundation
129. Embodied Identities Online
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin
Chair:
Hector Carrillo, Northwestern University
Participants:
Virtual Gay Spaces and the Realization of Flexible Sexual
Identities Hector Carrillo, Northwestern University
Networked Science Enthusiasts: Offline Identities and Online
Knowledge Oliver Marsh, University College London
Perpetual Motion: Temporal Neoliberal Logic in Gendered
Technoscientific Life Kelly Moore, Loyola University
Chicago; Nathalia Hernandez Vidal, Loyola University
Chicago
Vedettes en la Web. Atención, Partners y ganancias en
YouTube Agostina Dolcemáscolo, CONICET/ e-TCS/ CCTS/
UM
Reflexões sobre Identidade e Sociabilidade a partir dos Jogos
Online Adriana Tenorio, UNIFAP
130. The Science and Politics of Biodiversity: Protecting and
Governing Nature
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Dalí
Chairs:
Håkon B. Stokland, Norwegian University of Science and
Technology (NTNU)
Sara Peres, UCL
Participants:
The New Scandinavian Wolves: Preserving by Transforming in
the Age of Biodiversity? Håkon B. Stokland, Norwegian
University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Scientific ambiguity and its consequences. A study of the iconic
monarch butterfly. Karin Gustafsson, Cornell University;
Bruce Lewenstein, Cornell University; Steven Wolf, Cornell
University; Anurag Agrawal, Cornell University
Vital Alterities: Microbiomics and the Re-organ-ization of the
Body Richard Alexander Fadok, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology - Program in History, Anthropology, and
Science, Technology, and Society
Technologies of protection in a preserved space: “Wild nature”
and Mau Mau resistance in Kenya’s Aberdare National Park
Wairimu Njambi, Florida Atlantic University; William
O'Brien, Florida Atlantic University
Expertise for biodiversity policies: How can experts deal with
current reforms? Audrey Coreau, Centre A. Koyré; Claire
Nowak, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies;
Mermet Laurent, CESCO / MNHN
131. “The governance of GM crops: Global lessons from crosscultural comparisons
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Miró
Participants:
Analysing the factors that shape public attitudes and concerns to
genetically modified (GM) crops and foods in Brazil: A case
of institutional betrayal? Phil Macnaghten, Durham
University and University of Campinas - UNICAMP; Naira
Tomiello, Federal University of Santa Catarina
Conflicts between farmers-experts in the use/knowledge of
GMOs crops and on the increase of resistance to herbicides
Julia Silvia Guivant, Universidade Federal de Santa
Catarina
Large-scale and long-term performance of GM soybean in
South America – Analyzing limitations of current biosafety
research and decision-making Georgina Catacora-Vargas,
AGRUCO, University Mayor de San Simón, Cochabamba,
Bolivia & SEED (Society, Ecology and Ethics Department),
GenØk-Centre for Biosafety, Tromsø, Norway
Agri/Cultures: Governing the Relational Networks of GMOs
Fern Wickson, GenØk Centre for Biosafety
Discussant:
Patrick van Zwanenberg, Research Fellow
132. Bridging STS and Communication Studies
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I
Chair:
Pablo J. Boczkowski, Northwestern University
Participants:
Pedagogical Challenges in the Digital Age: Historicizing
Communications “Revolutions Susan Douglas, University of
Michigan
Indigenous Circuits: Navajo Women and the Racialization of
Early Electronic Manufacture lisa nakamura, University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor
Building infrastructure cooperatively: Internet Exchange Points
(IXPs) in Latin America Hernan Galperin, Universidad de
San Andres
Bridging STS and Communication Studies: Some Recent
Developments Pablo J. Boczkowski, Northwestern
University; Roderic Crooks, UCLA- Information Studies;
Leah Lievrouw, UCLA; Ignacio Siles, Northwestern
University
Fotografías Móviles. Indagando la Construcción de la Vida
Cotidiana y el uso de Smartphones. Luis Eduardo Iturra,
Universidad de Chile
La reconstrucción del campo del periodismo de ciencias en la
Argentina Cecilia Rosen, Conicet/FLACSO/Centro Redes;
Carmelo Andrés Polino, Centro REDES; Carina Cortassa,
Centro REDES
133. Agricultural research, GMO, and STS II
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart
Participants:
La Quinua como actor de cambio agroalimentario, pedagógico
y político Astrid Lorena Perafan Ledezma, Universidad del
Magdalena
Lo que encierra la semilla del maíz en México Edit Antal,
UNAM Mexico
Las semilla de maíz en México: ¿bien común, artefacto o
patrimonio? Yolanda Massieu, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana-Xochimilco; Yolanda Castañeda, Universidad
Autónoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco
Scientific experimentation, avian genetics and military
dictatorship in Argentina. The National Institute of
Agricultural Technology (1956-1976). Cecilia Gárgano,
CONICET-UNSAM
134. A prática docente nas relações entre Ciência, Tecnologia e
Sociedade
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso
Chair:
Murilo Cretuchi Delfino de Oliveira, Nilda Lucemar Cretuchi
de Oliveira Jose Carlos Delfino de Oliveira
Participants:
A exclusão das mulheres da produção tecnocientífica na
computação Fabiane Lima, UTFPR; Luiz Ernesto Merkle,
Paraná Federal University of Technology, at Curitiba
Teaching STS to Science Students in Japan: Challenges and
Possibilities Kenji Ito, Graduate University for Advanced
Studies
Reflections on the Conceptions of Science of High School
Students in the city of Campos dos Goytacazes (Brazil)
Verusca Moss Simões dos Reis, UENF (State University of
Northern of Rio de Janeiro)
Convergencias entre modelos de Políticas de Ciencia,
Tecnología e Innovación y de Calidad de la Educación
Superior Carolina Cabrera Di Piramo, Facultad de
Ciencias, Universidad de la República, Uruguay; Amílcar
Davyt García, Unidad de Ciencia y Desarrollo, Facultad de
Ciencias, Udelar
Discussant:
Anderson Messias Santana, Edson Osmar Coutinho Santana e
Ana Maria Messias Santana
135. Alien Ocean, Author Meets Critics
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela
Chair:
Natasha Myers, York University
Panel Members:
Elizabeth F.S. Roberts, Univeristy of Michigan
Deborah Heath, Lewis & Clark College
John Hartigan, University of Texas, Austin
Alondra Nelson, Columbia University
Stefan Helmreich, MIT
136. Governance-in-the-making II
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi
Chair:
Jan-Peter Voss, Technische Universität Berlin
Participants:
Scenarios of energy transition: expertise, political power, and
contested futures in the German energy debate Stefan Cihan
Aykut, EHESS, Paris
Environmental Impact Assessment on trial: how a global policy
instrument deals with its own politicization Nicolas BayaLaffite, Medialab, Sciences Po Paris
Approaches of the Digital Agendas in Latin America (2000 2010). The case of Uruguay. Ana Rivoir, Universidad de la
República Uruguay
The Scientific and Technological Policy in Brazil: a
disconnected policy Bruno Rossi Lorenzi, Universidade
Federal de São Carlos; Thales Novaes Andrade, UFSCar
137. Producción de conocimiento y políticas públicas: tensiones y
oportunidades de una compleja relación III
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi
138. Prize Plenary
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat
139. 4S Business meeting
6:30 to 7:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Opera Foyer
140. ESOCITE Open Meeting (“Asamblea de ESOCITE”)
6:30 to 7:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela
SATURDAY, AUGUST, 23
141. (Re)Thinking the Bioeconomy I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
Chair:
Vincenzo Pavone, CSIC - Consejo Superior Investigaciones
Cientícas
Participants:
Imagining the value(s) of ‘population laboratories’ in
biomedical sciences Erik Aarden, Harvard University
Imperative to Collect: A Case Study of Six Biobanks dragana
lassiter, UNC-Chapel Hill; Jean Cadigan, UNC-Chapel
Hill; Henderson Gail, UNC-Chapel Hill
Production of Biovalue in Global Bioeconomy: the Case of
Taiwan Chih-hsing Ho, University of Hong Kong
Pattern and Dynamics of Science-Based Innovation:The Case of
BGI YouZhao Gou, Tsinghua University in China
Natural in the context of reproductive technologies Maya
Fisher, Tel Aviv University
Discussant:
Eric Deibel, Delft, University of Technology
142. "Next Generation" Technologies: Expectations,
Continuities, and Governance I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Borges
Chair:
Jason A Delborne, North Carolina State University
Participants:
Designing a Global Deliberative Initiative for Geoengineering:
What Should We Consider? Shobita Parthasarathy,
University of Michigan
Making Sense of “Making Available”: Canada’s New
Copyright Regime and the Stabilization of Media Systems
Michael Dick, University of Toronto
The Neoliberalization of Technoscience: Privately managing
public expectations Jenny Dyck Brian, Arizona State
University
Biolegalidade e trabalho de fronteira na perícia criminal
brasileira Vitor Simonis Richter, Universidade Federal do
Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)
El derecho de copia: análisis del derecho humano a disponer de
la cultura común Ariel Hernán Vercelli, CONICET / IESCTUNQ
Programs, particles, publics and products: Nanotechnology as
site of co-production Georgia Miller, University of New
South Wales
143. Biomedicina, biomedicalización y sus diferentes actores
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin
Chair:
Elena Calvo-Gonzalez, Universidade Federal da Bahia
Participants:
Estratégias de medicalização da sexualidade e saúde do homem
no Brasil FABIOLA ROHDEN, UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL
DO RIO GRANDE DO SUL
Enacting actors: Pharmaceutical industry accounts of physicians
and patients, and the ontological turn in STS Sergio
Sismondo, Queen's University
Para uma etnografia da biomedicalização dos transtornos da
aprendizagem Rodrigo Saraiva Cheida, Departamento de
Política Científica e Tecnológica - UNICAMP; Maria
Conceição da Costa, University if de Campinas
Making Sense of Autism: Within and Beyond the Multisensory
Environment Megan Danielle Neal, Department of
Anthropology, University of California Irvine
Discussant:
Susana Margulies, University of Buenos Aires
144. Public/private collaborations and global governance
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Dalí
Chair:
Lea Velho, State University of Campinas, Brazil
Participants:
Nanoethics in China: from reflection towards governance Mliao
Liao, Tsinghua University
Certification Schemes, Biodiversity and markets: Protecting and
Organizing Nature in Coffee production in Colombia. Derly
Yohanna Sánchez Vargas, Lancaster University
Institutions for Science Advice in Global Environmental
Governance: Assessing risks and alternatives in agriculture
Pia Marili Kohler, Williams College
A percepção do setor empresarial sobre a comunicação
envolvendo inovação e Propriedade Intelectual Tatiane
Furukawa Liberato, The Federal University of São Carlos
(UFSCar); Simone Pallone de Figueiredo, The State
University of Campinas (Unicamp
Internet infrastructure development and governance in response
to mass state surveillance Andrew Clement, University of
Toronto
145. O Enfoque CTS no ensino de ciências e technologia I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Miró
Chair:
Rosemari Monteiro Castilho Foggiatto Silveira, Universidade
Tecnológica Federal do Paraná Câmpus Ponta Grossa
Participants:
CTS e ingeniería. Experiencia del grupo Tecnología y Sociedad
de la Universidad de los Andes Javier Andres Jimenez
Becerra, Universidad de los Andes - Colombia; Alexandra
Moreno Garzón, Universidad de los Andes; Jorge Rojas
Alvarez, Universidad de los Andes
Robótica Educacional e o ensino de Ciências: uma relação
mediada pela tecnologia Josilda dos Santos Mesquita,
Universidade Federal do ABC - Brasil; Mirian Pacheco
Silva, Universidade Federal do ABC - Brasil
A formação da cidadania: uma proposta a partir de estratégias
metodológicas e conteúdos científicos. Veronica Gomes dos
Santos, UFABC; Suseli de Paula Vissicaro, UFABC
O CONHECIMENTO EM REDE: o uso de novas tecnologias
na Educação em Ciências Juliana Carvalho Pereira,
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul; Maria do
Rocio Fontoura Teixeira, Universidade Federal do Rio
Grande do Sul
Ensino de Engenharia no Brasil: contribuições do enfoque
Ciência Tecnologia e Sociedade (CTS) Rosemari Monteiro
Castilho Foggiatto Silveira, Universidade Tecnológica
Federal do Paraná Câmpus Ponta Grossa
Ancestralidade africana e educação tecnológica: aproximações
descoloniais de Fanon e Biko Ivo Pereira de Queiroz,
Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná - UTFPR
146. The powers of the laboratory: socioanthropological study of
scientific practice / O que pode um laboratório? Studo sócioantropológico da prática científica I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere
Chair:
Pedro Ferreira, IFCH/Unicamp
Participants:
Entre laboratorios y arrozales: dimensiones exitosas de un
fracaso Fabio Rodríguez Prieto, Universidad Nacional de
Colombia
A multiplicidade da dor crônica na acupuntura Amanda Caitite,
Universidade Federal Fluminense; Iara Maria de Almeida
Souza, Universidade Federal da Bahia
Humanos como força geológica, Planeta como agente político:
controvérsias sobre antropogênese da crise ambiental
Levindo Costa Pereira, Universidade Federal de Minas
Gerais
Tecnociência como nó de rede: o caso da “carebada” entre
humanos e não humanos Ana Cecília Campos, Ruth Campos
Discussant:
Daniela Tonelli Manica, IFCS/UFRJ
147. Postphenomenological Research Panel I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I
Chair:
Peter-Paul Verbeek, University of Twente
Participants:
The Future of Develoment Philosophy in Brazil Maurício
Fernando Bozatski, Universidade Federal da Fronteira Sul
Speeding Up:Postphenomenological Reflections on Vision and
Movement in the 20th Century II Soren Riis, Roskilde
University
Postphenomenology, Embodiment and Transhumanism Don
Ihde, Stony Brook University
Toward a theory of technological mediation Peter-Paul
Verbeek, University of Twente
Filter Bubble Ethics: Virtue and Automatic Internet
Personalization Robert Rosenberger, Georgia Institute of
Technology
Human Bodies in Service Fernando Secomandi, Delft
University of Technology
Projecting History: the Technological Enactment of a New
Citizenship Leandro Rodriguez-Medina, Universidad de las
Americas Puebla; Alberto López-Cuenca, Universidad de las
Américas Puebla
Discussants:
Don Ihde, Stony Brook University
Peter-Paul Verbeek, University of Twente
148. Universidades y políticas científico-tecnológicas
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II
Chair:
Federico Vasen, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes
Participants:
De lo normativo a la teoría y de la teoría al “laboratorio”:
políticas universitarias para el fortalecimiento institucional
de la calidad en investigación María Melissa Ardanche,
Universidad de la República - CSIC (Uruguay); Maria Goñi,
Universidad República_ Uruguay; Cecilia Tomassini,
Universidad de la República - CSIC (Uruguay)
Análisis de una discusión sobre becas de investigación en el
Consejo Superior de la UBA Mariano Bargero, Universidad
Nacional A. Jauretche; Universidad Nacional de Lomas de
Zamora; Universidad de Buenos Aires
La Vinculación Universidad-Sector Productivo como
Promotora de Innovaciones Inclusivas Nayeli Martínez,
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Unidad Xochimilco.
Grupos de investigación: aportes teóricos y empíricos sobre sus
dimensiones internacionales María Paz López, CONICETCEIPIL-UNCPBA; Fernando Julio Piñero, CEIPILUNCPBA; Ana María Taborga, CEIPIL-UNCPBA
149. Science and Education
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart
Chair:
Verusca Moss Simões dos Reis, UENF (State University of
Northern of Rio de Janeiro)
Participants:
Enseñanza-aprendizaje sobre la naturaleza de las ciencias en
colegios bonaerenses Nicolás Vilouta Rando, Grupo de
Investigación en Enseñanza de las Ciencias, Departamento
de Ciencia y Tecnología, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes,
BsAs, Arg.; Pablo Ariel Pellegrini, Instituto de Estudios
sobre la Ciencia y la Tecnología, Universidad Nacional de
Quilmes / CONICET; Silvia Porro, Grupo de Investigación
en Enseñanza de las Ciencias, Departamento de Ciencia y
Tecnología, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, BsAs, Arg.
Feminism, Feminist & Anti-Racist STS, and K-12 Science
Education Jane L Lehr, California Polytechnic State
University
CIÊNCIA E TECNOLOGIA: inclusão no projeto político
pedagógico da escola Sergio Brasil Fernandes, Universidade
Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM)
Meta-Pedagogy and Post-Publication Peer Review: The use of
scientific literature in the classroom Kristina Austin Kangas,
UC Berkeley; Chris Shaver, University of California,
Berkeley
Using Wikipedia for learning History of Chemistry Martin
Andrés Pérez Comisso, Universidad de Chile
Tecnología y Universidad Pública Regional: Caso Universidad
de Pamplona-Colombia LAURA PATRICIA VILLAMIZAR,
UNIVERSIDAD DE PAMPLONA - COLOMBIA
150. Desastres, concimiento cientifico y politicas I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso
Chair:
Maria Elina Estebanez, UBA
Participants:
El Tsunami del 27F en Chile: dinámicas complejas de una
controversia paradojal Andres Gomez Seguel, Universidad de
Chile; Ronald Domingo Cancino Salas, Depto. Ciencias
Sociales, Universidad de la Frontera
Os riscos ambientais do pré-sal brasileiro: política e agenda de
pesquisa sobre prevenção de acidentes na exploração
petrolífera em águas profundas José Eduardo Viglio,
Universidade Estadual de Campinas- Unicamp- Brasil;
Lúcia da Costa Ferreira, Pesquisadora Nepam/Unicamp
Trauma, desastres y representaciones en organizaciones activas
de Buenos Aires Diego Benegas Loyo, New York University
Buenos Aires and Instituto Universitario de Ciencias de la
Salud Fundación Barceló
La electrónica como catástrofe silenciosa Santiago Cáceres
Gómez, Universidad de Valladolid
Prophet of Doom, Author of Salvation: A Collaborationist
Manifesto Matthew Kearnes, University of New South Wales
151. Technology, equity and public policy I
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela
Participants:
La tecnología y la desigualdad recalcitrante en redes
académicas Hebe Vessuri, CIGA-UNAM
¿Buscad el reino de las TIC?: Análisis de una política pública
de transferencia de TIC HEILLER ZARATE ARBELAEZ,
Universidad Nacional de Colombia - Bogotá
Análisis de los procesos participativos en la construcción social
de las tecnologías Juan Carlos Moreno, Pontificia
Universidad Javeriana; Eduardo Alfonso Rueda, Pontificia
Universidad Javeriana
Análisis sociotécnico. La introducción de computadores en
escuelas públicas. SARA MARIA GUZMAN ORTIZ,
University of Grenoble
A anomalia da Política de Ciência e Tecnologia Renato
Dagnino, UNICAMP
152. Políticas de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi
Chair:
ROXANA RIVERA CRUZ, UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL
AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO
Participants:
Formulación Participativa Plan CTI para el Sistema Regional de
Santander Piedad Arenas, Universidad Industrial de
Santander; Cinthya Carolina Arias, Universidad Industrial
de Santander
Prioridades estratégicas en las PCTI un análisis comparativo
ROXANA RIVERA CRUZ, UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL
AUTÓNOMA DE MÉXICO
Las líneas de investigación en la identificación de los modos de
producción científica Roberto López Olmedo, Cinvestav
México
Fondo Argentino Sectorial (FONARSEC): Dimensión
focalizada de las políticas CTI de la Argentina reciente
Romina Paola Loray, CONICET - UNICEN
Instrumentos para la adquisición de equipamiento científico y
necesidades de los agentes en Uruguay: Encuentros y
desencuentros. Marcos Segantini, Universidad de la
República; Marcela Schenck, Univesidad de la República CSIC; Nataly Busilón, Universidad de la República
153. Interacciones entre la naturaleza, ciencia, tecnología y
sociedad
8:30 to 10:30 am
Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi
Chair:
María Celeste Molpeceres, No
Participants:
Regulaciones y prácticas en torno al uso de agroquímicos en la
horticultura: tensiones y controversias en el Cinturón Verde
de Mar del Plata, Argentina María Celeste Molpeceres, No
ParticipationWater.Net: Poderá esta rede ser ator? Sofia Bento,
School of Economics and Mangement/University of Lisbon
Interacciones Sociales y Técnicas: El caso del kiwi en Mar del
Plata Maria Laura VITERI, INTA; Gisela Benes, Facultad
Ciencias Agrarias - UNMdP
Discutindo fronteiras a partir da produção científica sobre
elefantes africanos Clara Crizio de Araujo Torres,
Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brasil/ES
A mulher e a tecnologia no News Seller Clara Guimarães
Santiago, Universidade Federal do ABC; Graciela de Souza
Oliver, UFABC
154. (Re)thinking the Bioeconomy II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
Chair:
Sara Lafuente, CSIC - Consejos Superior de Investigaciones
Científicas (Spanish National Research Council)
Participants:
Personalized medicine: from bio-politics to “omic” politics?
Dani Filc, Department of Politics and Government, BenGurion University
Who is my donor? Implications for large-scale iPS cell
therapies Emma King, University of Edinburgh
Abortion, medical markets, and strategies of resistance: the
Chilean case Lieta Vivaldi, Goldsmiths University
Egg procurement in practice: a comparison of the UK and Spain
Cathy Herbrand, De Montfort University; Sara Lafuente,
CSIC - Consejos Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
(Spanish National Research Council)
Células madres, clonación humana y familia Aníbal Hernan
Corrales Castillo, Doctorado en Ciencias sociales,
Universidad de Chile
Variegated new political economies: biotechnologies and 3D
printing technologies in advanced capitalism Pierre
Delvenne, Université de Liège (SPIRAL)
Discussant:
Vincenzo Pavone, CSIC - Consejo Superior Investigaciones
Cientícas
155. "Next Generation" Technologies: Expectations,
Continuities, and Governance II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Borges
Chairs:
Shobita Parthasarathy, University of Michigan
Katherine Harrison, University of Southern Denmark
Participants:
Expecting the Unexpected: Proactive, Participatory Knowledge
Production for Next Generation Technology Gwen Ottinger,
University of Washington-Bothell
“Next Generation” or “Disruptive Species”?: The Case of SolidState Lighting Ben Brucato, Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute; Susan Sanderson, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute;
Kenneth L Simons, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Doubling Back on Risk Perception: Scientists, GeneticallyModified Biofuels, and the Risks of Technological Rejection
Jason A Delborne, North Carolina State University; Mark
Robinson, Princeton University; Louie Rivers, North
Carolina State University
Managing concerns about kinship and reproductive
technologies through new media Katherine Harrison,
University of Southern Denmark
156. Medicina, experiencia y sociedad
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin
Participants:
Biomedicine and the politics of illness experience in Nicaragua
Maria D Venegas, University of Pittsburgh
Biotecnologias de baixa complexidade e aspectos cotidianos do
“cuidado”: o teste do pezinho e a detecção da doença
falciforme em Salvador de Bahia. Elena Calvo-Gonzalez,
Universidade Federal da Bahia
Prácticas desde una perspectiva ética e intercultural en salud
sexual y reproductiva Rodrigo Alejandro Contreras,
Universidad de la Frontera - Chile
Enacting La Depresión in Santiago, Chile Nadine Hare,
University of Toronto
Discussant:
FABIOLA ROHDEN, UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO RIO
GRANDE DO SUL
157. Transnational collaborations in emerging technologies
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Dalí
Chair:
Phil Macnaghten, Durham University and University of
Campinas - UNICAMP
Participants:
Cross-border links between public research centres and
companies: transnational innovation in dynamic network in
nanotechnology Marcela Suarez, FCCyT; José Miguel
Natera, UAM-Xochimilco
Hope Spotting: Marine Biodiversity Prospecting in an Age of
Global Health Alberto E Morales, University of California
Irvine
North-South Partnerships in Bioprospecting: a meaningful route
to responsible innovation? Lea Velho, State University of
Campinas, Brazil
Transnational knowledge and infrastructure Catarina Caetano
da Rosa, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
158. O Enfoque CTS no ensino de ciências e technologia II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Miró
Chair:
Bruna Herculano da Silva, UFRPE
Participants:
A contribuição da disciplina Ciência, Tecnologia e Sociedade
no curso de formação docente em Física e em Matemática
Marlene Santos Socorro, Instituto Federal da Bahia; Eliana
Alcântara Lisboa, Instituto Federal da bahia; Rosiléia O.
Almeida, Universidade Federal da Bahia
A perspectiva CTS na formação inicial de professores de
química: construindo subsídios para uma ação didáticopedagógica inovadora Bruna Herculano da Silva, UFRPE;
Edenia Maria Ribeiro do Amaral, UFRPE
Segurança química como tema de ensino CTS em espaços não
formais JORGE CARDOSO MESSEDER, IFRJ; ROMULO
DE OLIVEIRA PIRES, IFRJ
Enfoque CTS: uma proposta educativa para os futuros
professores de química Denise Leal de Castro, IFRJ; Sheila
Pressentin Cardoso, IFRJ
Trabalhando com o lúdico no ensino da função orgânica amina
em um enfoque CTS Elaine da Silva Ramos, Universidade
Tecnológica Federal do Paraná - UTFPR; Elenise Sauer,
Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná - UTFPR;
Rosemari Monteiro Castilho Foggiatto Silveira,
Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná Câmpus
Ponta Grossa
159. The powers of the laboratory: socioanthropological study of
scientific practice / O que pode um laboratório? Studo sócioantropológico da prática científica II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere
Chair:
Jessica Mesman, Maastricht University
Participants:
Lazos de familiaridad, credibilidad y confianza en la práctica
científica. Adriana Alejandrina Stagnaro, Universidad de
Buenos Aires
Practicing safety: Reflections on the empowering potential of a
practice approach Jessica Mesman, Maastricht University
Abordagens sócio-antropológicas da dinâmica de produção de
inovação em TICs Ana Lucia Lage, Universidade Federal da
Bahia (UFBA)
The Labor of Science in Contemporary Japan Ieva Tretjuka,
University of Pittsburgh
160. Methods
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I
Chair:
Jess Bier, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Participants:
Interfacing with Poverty: How Students and Alumni Reflect on
Travel Affecting their Social Responsibility Development
Gregory A Rulifson, University of Colorado, Boulder;
Nathan Canney, Seattle University; Angela R Bielefeldt,
University of Colorado, Boulder
How scientific funding cuts undermine technological innovation
and industry competitiveness Simcha Jong, University
College London; Hsini Huang, Georgia Institute of
Technology
Snapshots of a nomadic media practice: creation and
appropriation of art and technology. Anabella Speziale,
Universidad de Buenos Aires
Which movies and what for? Analysis of “patterns of use” of
the Science Fiction films in scientific journals Luciano
Guillermo Levin, Centro de Ciencia, Tecnología y Sociedad;
Universidad Maimónides
Validating Segregated Observers: The Cartography of Israeli
Settlements and the Overlap of Colonial and Postcolonial
Forms of Control Jess Bier, Erasmus University Rotterdam
161. Universidad y desarrollo: el vínculo entre academia y
necesidades socio-productivas
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II
Participants:
Investigación académica y desarrollo social en el nivel regionallocal. Experiencias en el sureste mexicano. eliana arancibia
gutierrez, UNAM-UNICAMP
Instrumentos de promoción de vínculos entre investigación y
producción Claudia Cohanoff, Universidad de la República Comisión Sectorial de Investigación Científica; Leticia
Mederos, Universidad de la República - Comisión Sectorial
de Investigación Científica
"Assessing "Science in Society" strategy through RRI" Andoni
Eizagirre, Universidad de Mondragón; Hannot Rodríguez,
University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU
Impacto da implantação de um Polo Universitário para
economia local Andre Ferreira, Universidade Federal
Fluminense - UFF; Lisiane Maria Silva, Universidade
Federal Fluminense; Maria Luiza Santos Geraldo,
Universidade Federal Fluminense
162. Produção de conhecimento científico interdisciplinar: novas
experiências
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart
Chair:
Leda Maria Caira Gitahy, UNICAMP
Participants:
Overcoming Towards equity public policies to scientifictechnological - educational to a pertinent knowledge
production. Beatriz Lidia Fainholc, Dr in Education
A Metodologia de Análise de Redes Sociais no Conhecimento
Científico Maria do Rocio Fontoura Teixeira, Universidade
Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Cientificos en TV Sandra Murriello, Universidad Nacional de
Río Negro; Aileen Spera, Universidad Nacional de Río
Negro, Sede Andina; Hernán Andrade, Universidad
Nacional de Río Negro, Sede Andina
Waste pickers in Brazil: a historical approach Rafaela
Francisconi Gutierrez, UNICAMP; Leda Maria Caira
Gitahy, UNICAMP
Ciborgue como sujeito político através do feminismo Narrira
Lemos de Souza, Universidade Federal de Goiás
Tecnologias e produção artesã: estudo interdisciplinar pela
perspectiva da teoria ator-rede Bianca Siqueira Martins
Domingos, Universidade Federal de Itajubá - UNIFEI;
Adilson Silva Mello, Universidade Federal de Itajubá;
Rosinei Batista Ribeiro, Universidade do Estado do Rio de
Janeiro - FAT/UERJ
163. Desastres, concimiento cientifico y politicas II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso
Chair:
Maria Elina Estebanez, UBA
Participants:
Controvérsias históricas no desenvolvimento da estrutura de
governança dos riscos climáticos no Brasil Jean Carlos
Hochsprung, UNICAMP - State University of Campinas Brazil; Marko Alves Monteiro, State University of Campinas
El mito de la neutralidad emocional: responsabilidad del
científico y sociología del pánico Francisco Javier Gómez
González, Universidad de Valladolid
Laboratórios ambientais e Psicologia: redes de monitoramento,
prevenção e manejo de desastres Anny Caroliny de Lima
Rodrigues, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso; Dolores
Galindo, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso
La apropiación social del conocimiento geocientífico en los
observatorios vulcanológicos y sismológicos colombianos
Vladimir Alejandro Ariza, Observatorio Colombiano de
Ciencia y Tecnología; Marcela Lozano Borda,
Investigadora; Diana Paola Papagayo Mahecha,
Observatorio Colombiano de Ciencia y Tecnología; Manuel
Franco-Avellaneda, OCyT
Provision of climate services and decision-making in
southeastern South America: A case of science's social
appropriation Cecilia Hidalgo, FFyL, UBA, Argentina;
Claudia Eleonor Natenzon, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras,
UBA
What STS can do for bridging between experts and public in
Radiation Disaster? Yuko Fujigaki, University of Tokyo
164. Technology, equity and public policy II
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela
Chair:
Maria Belen Albornoz, Latin American Faculty of Social
Sciences Ecuador
Participants:
Drivers and Barriers to Self-Service Innovation in Transport
System Lone Bak Strandgaard, Roskilde University,
Denmark / UC Berkeley, CA
Implementaciones civiles y militares del telégrafo en Argentina
¿Territorio cronometrado? Marina Andrea Rieznik, ConicetUNQ-UBA
Las Oficinas de Transferencia Tecnológica en Argentina:
estrategias y canales. Darío Codner, Universidad Nacional
de Quilmes; Dominique Martin, Université de Rennes CREM UMR CNRS; Pablo Ariel Pellegrini, Instituto de
Estudios sobre la Ciencia y la Tecnología, Universidad
Nacional de Quilmes / CONICET; Paulina Becerra,
Universidad Nacional de Quilmes; Grisel Baudry,
Universidad Nacional de Quilmes
The Christalization of Sweden – the proliferation of central
place theory in Swedish public policy Pär Wikman, Uppsala
University
Popularização da ciência no Brasil como incentivo ao
engajamento público Felipe Conrado Fiani Felipe de Sousa,
Faculdade de Ciências - Universidade Estadual Paulista
Júlio de Mesquita Filho – UNESP; Danilo Rothberg,
Faculdade de Arquitetura Artes e Comunicação de Bauru Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho
165. What is innovation for social inclusion? I
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi
Chair:
Juan Mariano Fressoli, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes
Participants:
Pluralising Progress: Making the Case for Counter
(Sociotechnical) Imaginaries Yusuf Dirie, SPRU, University
of Sussex; Ana Paula Camelo, State Universty of Campinas
Recalling the Lucas Plan: What can an old movement for
socially useful production tell us about inclusive innovation
today? Adrian Smith, University of Sussex
The Appropriate technology movement in Latin America, its
framings and imaginaries. Juan Mariano Fressoli,
Universidad Nacional de Quilmes; Elisa Arond, Clark
University
Eco-efficient innovation for resource efficiency: what
sustainability? Les Levidow, Open University
166. Philosophy and Technology
11:00 to 1:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi
Chair:
William Davis, Virginia Tech
Participants:
Deleuze and the Question of Technology HIGAKI Tatsuya,
Osaka UNiversity; Goro Yamazaki, Osaka University
Confronting the Unlikely: Shipwrecks, Strange Technologies
and Reading Science Melanie Eileen Large, Queen's
University; Phillip Primeau, Carleton University
How Philosophy Can Enhance Scientific Knowledge: A
Multiple-Case Study of Engaged Philosophy of Science
Kathryn S Plaisance, University of Waterloo
Philosophy of Technology "Un-disciplined" William Davis,
Virginia Tech
167. EASST meeting
1:00 to 2:00 pm
Terraza del Virrey: Terraza del Virrey
168. (Re)Thinking the Bioeconomy III
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Biblioteca: Biblioteca
Chair:
Erik Aarden, Harvard University
Participants:
Las redes de investigadores y los procesos de difusión
tecnológica: una lectura a partir de las patentes en la
biotecnología alimentaria Juan Reyes Alvarez, Benemérita
Universidad Autónoma de Puebla; Germán Sánchez Daza,
Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla; Elías López
Román, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla; Alma
Veronica Corona García, Benemérita Universidad
Autónoma de Puebla
Wishing for a BioBased Economy : the (im)materiality of value
Eric Deibel, Delft, University of Technology
Unraveling strings of code: molecular biologists, software
developers, and the coproduction of knowledge Hugo
Ferpozzi, Centro CTS Buenos Aires
Critical Composition; Enactment and Disarticulation of Public
Values in Healthcare Markets Teun Zuiderent-Jerak,
Linköping University
Discussant:
Luisa Reis Castro, Spiral, Université de Liège / Maastricht
University
169. Medicine across Hemispheres: Disparities and
Opportunities in Global Health I
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Borges
Chair:
Melissa Shawn Creary, Emory University
Participants:
The Cultural Malleability of Biology: Co-production in Brazil
and the United States Melissa Shawn Creary, Emory
University
Infant Health at the Intersection of Food, Technology and
Biomedicine Gabriela Maíz Sheets, Emory University
'Evidencing' social inclusion: Ethno-methodological reflections
of India’s National Urban Health Mission Devaki Nambiar,
Public Health Foundation of India; Shikha Gupta, National
Health Systems Resource Centre
The routinisation of sperm banking in China Ayo Wahlberg,
University of Copenhagen
170. Tecnologías, biomedicinas, partes y todos
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin
Participants:
"Do it yourself" medicine? imaginaries of health and healthcare
through wearable sensors Ângela Guimarães Pereira,
European Commission - Joint Research Centre; Melina
Breitegger, European Commission; Lucia Vesnic-Alujevic,
European Commission
Neurotecnologías, neurocientíficos, pacientes, en la
consolidación del saber terapéutico tecnosocial Juan Andrés
Díaz García, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro; Ruben
Martinez, Psychology; Victor Ramirez-Amaya, Universidad
Autónoma de Querétaro; Hebert Luis Hernández Montiel,
Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro
Training a sensible doctor: technologies of sensory education in
medicine Anna Harris, Maastricht University
Making Medicine, Making Markets: Designing Allergy
Immunotherapy for the United States Market Danya Glabau,
Cornell University
A Tale of Two Projects Gustavo L. Seijo, Universidad Nacional
de General Sarmiento / CONICET
171. Interdisciplinary (lack of) communications
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Dalí
Chair:
Raquel Strini Velho, Science and Technology Studies University College London
Participants:
The Messianic Character of Innovation Victor Pelaez, Federal
University of Parana
Modernização das agroindústrias canavieiras de Tucumán e São
Paulo, 1910-1930 Graciela de Souza Oliver, UFABC; Daniel
Moyano, CONICET/UNT
PLURIATIVIDADE: iniciativas de agricultores familiares e
perspectivas de desenvolvimento Denise Medianeira
Mariotti Fernandes, Universidade de Santa Cruz do Sul
(UNISC) e Universidade Federal da Fronteira Sul (UFFS);
Erica Karnopp, Universidade de Santa Cruz do Sul (UNISC)
Sound Systems, Drum Machines, and Contested Soundscapes
of Rio de Janeiro Alexandra Lippman, University of
California, Irvine
Leituras de percepções e práticas à luz dos enfoques CTS Elis
Regina Alves dos Santos, Universidade Federal de São
Carlos; Cidoval Morais de Sousa, UEPB; Maria Cristina
Comunian Ferraz, Universidade Federal de São Carlos
Urbanidade e informatização: tema para um debate
ALDENILSON DOS SANTOS VITORINO COSTA,
IPPUR/UFRJ
172. O Enfoque CTS no ensino de ciências e technologia III
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Miró
Chair:
Cynthia Iszlaji, Instituto Butantan
Participants:
Practicando el vínculo Ciencia – Sociedad: Perspectiva CTS en
la Facultad de Ciencias de Uruguay Andrés Carvajales
Astapenco, Unidad de Ciencia y Desarrollo, Facultad de
Ciencias, Udelar; Amílcar Davyt García, Unidad de Ciencia
y Desarrollo, Facultad de Ciencias, Udelar; Marila Lázaro
Olaizola, Unidad de Ciencia y Desarrollo, Facultad de
Ciencias, Udelar
El enfoque CTS: entre la divulgación y la apropiación Karina
Cecilia Ferrando, UTN-FRA; Olga Haydée Páez, UTN-FRA
Percepção Pública da Ciência: ação educativa de C&T Juliane
Quinteiro Novo, Instituto Butantan; Cynthia Iszlaji, Instituto
Butantan; Luciana Conrado Martins, Percebe; Martha
Marandino, Faculdade de Educação da Universidade de São
Paulo
A formação dos Programas de Pós-Graduação Interdisciplinares
no Brasil à luz dos Estudos Sociais da Ciência Gabriel
Bandeira Coelho, Universidade Federal de Pelotas; Leo
Peixoto Rodrigues, Universidade Federal de Pelotas
Ciência, técnica e tecnologia em dicionários de Sociologia e
Ciências Sociais LINO TREVISAN, Universidade
Tecnológica Federal do Paraná
173. Políticas públicas y construcción de redes sociotécnicas para
responder a problemas de la sociedad I - Políticas públicasPolítica pública- Public Policy
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere
Chair:
Ronny Viales-Hurtado, Universidad de Costa Rica
Participants:
A Educação Profissional, Técnica e Tecnológica e Sociedade:
reflexões ao estilo ator-rede Roseantony Rodrigues Bouhid,
Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro; Fatima Teresa
Braga Branquinho, Universidade do Estado do Rio de
Janeiro
MasAgro y sus redes sociotécnicas Arcelia González,
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco;
Michelle Chauvet, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana
Azcapotzalco
Casas Lares: um objetivo e várias medidas Lígia Incrocci,
UNIFEI; Carlos Alberto Máximo Pimenta, Universidade
Federal de Itajubá; Adilson Silva Mello, Universidade
Federal de Itajubá; Bianca Siqueira Martins Domingos,
Universidade Federal de Itajubá - UNIFEI
As lacunas na gestão do conhecimento Michelle Karine
Figueiredo, 3186237491; Raoni Rajão, Federal University
of Minas Gerais; Vitor Guilherme Carneiro Figueiredo,
UNIFEI
Discussant:
Ronny Viales-Hurtado, Universidad de Costa Rica
174. CTS sobre las Ingenierías I
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I
Chair:
María Eugenia Marichal, Universidad Nacional del Litoral
Participants:
Ingeniería, Diseño y Estudios CTS Andrés Felipe Valderrama
Pineda, Aalborg University
Una perspectiva CTS sobre los modelos conceptuales de
derecho para una formación en ingeniería María Eugenia
Marichal, Universidad Nacional del Litoral
Zona de contactos: una categoría para comprender las
interacciones socio-cognitivas en las ingenierías Oscar
Ramón Vallejos, Universidad Nacional del Litoral
Enseñanza, ingeniería e investigación en catálisis en Argentina
Gabriel Augusto Matharan, UNL, UADER, Centro Ciencia,
Tecnología y Sociedad (UM)
175. Agendas de investigación y evaluación académica
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II
Chairs:
Maria Goñi, Universidad República_ Uruguay
Ariel Gordon, Universidad Nacional de Quilme
Participants:
Señales trasmitidas por el sistema de fomento a la
investigación: Tensiones en la orientación de la producción
de conocimiento y las carreras académicas en Uruguay
Mariela Bianco, Universidad de la Repulbica, Uruguay;
Maria Goñi, Universidad República_ Uruguay; Cecilia
Tomassini, Universidad de la República - CSIC (Uruguay)
Da Formação do Homem pela Ciência à Produção de Bens para
o Mercado: Transformações na Ideia de Universidade André
Luis Oliveira Mendonça, Universidade do Estado do Rio de
Janeiro
Sistemas de evaluación de la investigación y universidad en
Argentina Nerina Fernanda Sarthou, Universidad Nacional
del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires- CEIPILCONICET; Fernando Julio Piñero, CEIPIL-UNCPBA
La evaluación de los Proyectos de Urgencia Social de la
Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA) María Paula Senejko,
Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA); Mariana Versino,
CONICET- UBA- UNLP
Política científica e identidades institucionales en la universidad
Federico Vasen, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes
176. STS watching at Digital Humanities I
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart
Chairs:
Mylène Tanferri, University of Lausanne
Dominique Vinck, University of Lausanne
Participants:
Technological levels of functioning. A socio-technical analysis
of the design of print and digital platforms. Soledad Analía
Ayala, University of Groningen. Universidad Nacional de
Rosario
Engineering the humanities: shaping the digital materiality of
cultural heritage Alexandre Camus, Université de Lausanne;
Dominique Vinck, University of Lausanne
Negotiating Social Practices: The Role of Ubiquitous
Computing In Students’ Lives Benjamin Zhan Todd,
Carleton
177. The infrastructural politics of displaying smartness
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso
Chair:
Martin Tironi, Center for the Sociology of Innovation
Participants:
Infrastructural politics on Facebook: The case of the
Copenhagen ’payment ring’ controversy Andreas Birkbak,
Aalborg University Copenhagen
The Urban Nervous System: Involuntary Action and Political
Anxiety in a ‘Smarter’ Rio de Janeiro Alessandro Angelini,
London School of Economics
The Drone in the Garden: Environmental Imaginaries and the
Politics of Precision Agriculture Diana Mincyte, CUNY-New
York City College of Technology
178. Technology, equity and public policy III
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela
Participants:
Assessing the impacts of emerging science and technologies:
which way forward? Barbara Esteves Ribeiro, University of
Nottingham
Mediación en bienes comunes para construir Comunidades de
Aprendizaje Bernardo Herrera, Universidad de los Andes Universidad Javeriana
Políticas públicas para el desarrollo inclusivo y procesos de
resistencia socio-técnica Santiago Manuel Garrido, Instituto
de Estudios sobre la Ciencia y la Tecnología - UNQ /
CONICET
Policy networks and STS Maria Belen Albornoz, Latin
American Faculty of Social Sciences Ecuador
Simple Technologies, Complex Social Problems: The Brazilian
Correspondent Banking Case Diane Bailey, University of
Texas at Austin; Eduardo Diniz, GCV, Brazil; Bonnie Nardi,
University of California, Irvine; Paul Leonardi,
Northwestern; Daniel Sholler, UT Austin School of
Information
179. What is innovation for social inclusion? II
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi
Chair:
Adrian Smith, University of Sussex
Participants:
Secado Solar de Pimiento en San Carlos, Salta Argentina. Su
etnografía Rodrigo Javier Durán, UNSa - INENCO CONICET
Energía eólica e inclusión social. Análisis socio-técnico de
experiencias de cooperativas eléctricas en Argentina Alberto
Lalouf, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes; Ana Josefina
Moreira, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes
Biotecnologías para la Inclusión Social: trayectoria sociotécnica del “Yogurito” probiótico (Tucumán, Argentina)
Gabriela Mijal Bortz, Institute for Science and Technology
Studies - Universidad Nacional de Quilmes
Sistema Nacional de Innovación en México: Desafíos para la
promoción del desarrollo incluyente José Alexandre Oliveira
Vera-Cruz, Universidad Autónoma MetropolitanaXochimilco; Rosalba Casas, Instituo do Investigaciones
Sociales, UNAM
Sistemas Tecnológicos Sociales como herramienta para orientar
procesos inclusivos de innovación y desarrollo en América
Latina. Análisis de una experiencia en el campo del hábitat
popular. FACUNDO PICABEA, UNIVERSIDAD DE
QUILMES - CONICET
180. Subject, History, Medicine
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi
Chair:
Kellie Owens, Northwestern University
Participants:
Indexing it all: the subject in the age of documentation,
information, and data Ronald E. Day, SoIC, Indiana
University, Bloomington
Obesity treatment between evidence based medicine and ideals
of care Michael Penkler, University of Vienna; Kay Felder,
University of Vienna; Ulrike Felt, University of Vienna
Price Matters: the introduction of generic drugs in Colombia in
the early 1960s Victor Manuel Garcia, EHESS-Cermes 3
The Unconscious Defensive Boundaries of Interdisciplinary
Intersubjectivity Chris Shaver, University of California,
Berkeley; Kristina Austin Kangas, UC Berkeley
The Entrenchment of Ethnic Populations in Genomics and
Epidemiology Santiago Jose Molina, University of
California, Berkeley
“Evidence-based birth”: American midwives and the risks of
fetal surveillance Kellie Owens, Northwestern University
181. Medicine across Hemispheres: Disparities and
Opportunities in Global Health II
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Borges
Chair:
Christopher Leslie, New York University Polytechnic School
of Engineering
Participants:
Difference as resistance: Post-WHI era hormone replacement
therapy in Taiwan Zxyyann Jane Lu, National Yang-Ming
University
Suboxone and Its Local Double: Social Life of
Buprenorphine/Naloxone in Taiwan Jia-shin Chen, National
Yang-Ming University
No opiates for the masses: narcotics control and agnotology of
pain in the Global South Luke Messac, University of
Pennsylvania
From Charity to Medical Care for Polio Patients: A Case
Analysis on JoyceMcMillan (1964-1990) Shu-Ching Chang,
Chang Gung University
Subversive practices of sperm donation - globalizing Danish
sperm Stine Willum Adrian, Aalborg University
Pathologizing the Unknown: A Cross-cultural Study of the
Hair-pulling Disorder Banu Saatci, Istanbul Sehir University
182. CTS y cuestiones de salud en América Latina
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Miró
Chair:
Arieli Januzzi Buttarello, Universidade Federal de São Carlos
Participants:
Experimentação Animal e seus limites: Core set e Participação
Pública no caso de São Paulo. Alexandre Meloni Vicente,
UNICAMP; Maria Conceição da Costa, Unicamp (Brazil)
Eticopolíticas de la Esperanza: asociaciaciones de pacientes en
el cáncer de mama. Diego Buttigliero, Universidad
Autónoma de Barcelona, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional
El estudio de los procesos de medicalización en América Latina
Adriana Murguia, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México
Cesárea: a estabilização da técnica entre os obstetras brasileiros
Andreza Rodrigues Nakano, IFF/Fiocruz Brasil; luiz antonio
teixeira, Fiocruz; Claudia Bonan, IFF/Fiocruz Brasil
A ciência psiquiátrica pela perspectiva CTS: os conflitos pela
legitimação dos cuidados aos infantojuvenis Arieli Januzzi
Buttarello, Universidade Federal de São Carlos
César Milstein. La aventura y democratización del
conocimiento Zulema Marzorati, Universidad de Buenos
Aires
183. Políticas públicas y construcción de redes sociotécnicas para
responder a problemas de la sociedad III - Cohesión socialSocial cohesion- Coesão social
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere
Chair:
Ana Lucía Calderón-Saravia, Universidad de Costa Rica
Participants:
The test of Ginga in the Brazilian digital inclusion policy
Sayonara Gonçalves Leal, Universidade de Brasília, Brasil
Exploring Norwegian municipalities’ ICT-mediated adventures
Lucia Liste Munoz, NTNU
A análise do programa “DIRETO DA ROÇA” como
experiência de tecnologia social Isabela Brandão Junqueira,
Universidade Federal de Itajuba- UNIFEI; LUIZ EUGENIO
VENEZIANI PASIN, UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE
ITAJUBÁ
O devir político dos corpos da multidão Lalita Kraus,
Universidade do Rio de Janeiro; Marcelo Moraes,
Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro
Discussant:
Ana Lucía Calderón-Saravia, Universidad de Costa Rica
184. CTS sobre las Ingenierías II
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I
Chairs:
Oscar Ramón Vallejos, Universidad Nacional del Litoral
Gabriel Augusto Matharan, UNL, UADER, Centro Ciencia,
Tecnología y Sociedad (UM)
Participants:
Contenidos CTS en Ingeniería. De los fundamentos a los
diseños Karina Cecilia Ferrando, UTN-FRA
Os Cursos de Engenharia da Universidade Tecnológica Federal
do Paraná (UTFPR): Uma Análise Crítica Mario Lopes
Amorim, Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná
Building Bridges: collaborations between STS and engineering
in transport accessibility Raquel Strini Velho, Science and
Technology Studies - University College London
La evaluación de impacto social de la tecnología en la
formación de los ingenieros Cristina Durlan, Universidad de
Valladolid
185. STS watching at Digital Humanities II
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart
Chairs:
Jamile Borges, University of Lausanne
Dominique Vinck, University of Lausanne
Participants:
Graus de amanualidade: equidade entre manuseios de artefatos
digitais Rodrigo Freese Gonzatto, Paraná Federal
University of Technology, at Curitiba; Luiz Ernesto Merkle,
Paraná Federal University of Technology, at Curitiba
Patrimônio e tecnologia: o processo de musealização do Bar
Ocidente LUCIANA CESCHIN, UNIVERSIDADE
TECNOLÓGICA FEDERAL DO PARANÁ
Conexões Entre Cultura E Movimentos Em Rede Ana Carolina
Abreu Campos, Unicamp; Marta Mourão Kanashiro,
University of Campinas (Unicamp); Rafael de Almeida
Evangelista, Universidade Estadual de Campinas
From “Exceptional” to “Global”: A Short History of the French
Web Ignacio Siles, Northwestern University
Misinformation in the Digital Age: How Parents Evaluate
Evidence About Vaccine Safety Colin Doty, UCLA
186. The infrastructural politics of governing and tinkering with
smartness
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso
Participants:
The Rule of Choice: Political Subjects in the Smart City John
West, Columbia University
Politizando o e-health: formas de ação cidadã na saúde
MARCELO FORNAZIN, Getulio Vargas Foundation; José
Muniz da Costa Vargens, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation
Surveillance, Governance, and P2P Architecture: The Case of
Urban Mesh Networks Aura Bertoni, Bocconi University,
Milan; Primavera- De Filippi, CERSA / CNRS / Université
Paris II
Crafting Complexities in Public Engagements: The Bicicultures
Project Sarah Rebolloso McCullough, University of
California - San Diego; Adonia Lugo, League of American
Bicyclists
Successor systems: the reflexive roles of algorithms in enacting
ideological critique R. Stuart Geiger, UC-Berkeley School of
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Godfroy, Anne-Sophie, 015
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González, Rosa Luz, 052
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Gorman, Mike, 128
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Gouveia, Ana Leocadia de Souza Brum Donikian, 046
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Greene, Jeremy, 057
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grinnell, fred, 055
Gross, Ana, 101
Guevara Villegas, Aline, 010
Guido Pablo, Korman, 024
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Gupta, Shikha, 169
Gustafsson, Karin, 130
Gutierrez, Rafaela Francisconi, 162
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Gárgano, Cecilia, 133
Gómez González, Francisco Javier, 163
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Hanbury, Ali, 053
Hanssmann, Christoph, 058
Hare, Nadine, 156
Harmon, Shawn, 107
Harris, Anna, 170
Harrison, Katherine, 155
Harsh, Matthew, 077
Hartigan, John, 083, 135
Hasse, Cathrine, 072, 085
Hasselberg, Ylva, 036
Hayashi, Carlos Roberto Massao, 033
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Heath, Deborah, 012, 135
Hecht, Gabrielle, 051
Heidenreich, Sara, 009
Heidt-Forsythe, Erin Allyson, 026
Helmreich, Stefan, 135
Henderson, Jennifer J, 091, 105
Herazo, Ericka, 112
Herbrand, Cathy, 154
Hermansen, Erlend, 056
Hernandez, Rodolfo Andres, 114
Hernandez Vidal, Nathalia, 129
Hernanz Moral, Jose Antonio, 108
Hernández Montiel, Hebert Luis, 170
Herrera, Bernardo, 178
Hidalgo, Cecilia, 163
Ho, Chih-hsing, 141
Hochsprung, Jean Carlos, 163
Hohendorff, Raquel von, 103, 116
Horst, Maja, 081
Huang, Hsini, 160
Huang, Yu-Ling, 011
Hubert, Matthieu, 045
Ha, Jung-Ok, 017
Haavik, Torgeir Kolstø, 064, 100
Haddad, Christian, 017
Hall, Michelle, 115
Hamraie, Aimi, 037
Hamui, Mery, 032
Jacinski, Edson, 108
Jackson, Steven, 071, 113
Jayasinghe, Randika, 008
Jefferson, Catherine, 055
Jeppesen, Cynthia, 032
JESUS, DEBERSON FERREIRA, 059
Ialenti, Vincent Francis, 064
Ibarra, Andoni, 107
Ihde, Don, 147
Incrocci, Lígia, 173
Invernizzi, Noela, 045
Irni, Sari, 020
Irwin, Alan, 081
Iszlaji, Cynthia, 172
Ito, Kenji, 134
Iturra, Luis Eduardo, 132
Jimenez Becerra, Javier Andres, 145
Johansen, Anja, 089
Johansen, Jens Petter Kirkhus, 100
Johnson, Adam Fulton, 075
Johnston, Connie, 055
Jonathan, Miguel, 007
Jong, Simcha, 160
Jungnickel, Kat, 114
Jungnickel, Katrina, 067
Junqueira, Isabela Brandão, 183
Just, Paul, 017
Jørgensen, Marie Louise, 115
Jørgensen, Ulrik, 006
Kalfa, Sarp Yanki, 090
Kameda, Koichi, 058
Kamstrup, Anne Katrine, 072
Kanashiro, Marta Mourão, 065, 185
Kanemitsu, Hidekazu, 007
Kangas, Kristina Austin, 149, 180
Karlstrøm, Henrik, 009
Karnopp, Erica, 171
Kaufman, Dora, 054
Kearnes, Matthew, 150
Kennedy, Jenny, 065
Khandekar, Aalok, 022
Kim, Clare, 088
King, Emma, 154
Kirschner, Heiko, 019
Klafft, Michael, 091
Klebis, Daniela de Oliveira, 061
Klein, Vinicius Pellizzaro, 097
Klenk, Nicole, 114
Knapp, Jeffrey A., 090
Kneese, Tamara, 044
Kobayashi, Elizabete Mayumy, 033
Kohler, Pia Marili, 144
Korsnes, Marius, 077
Kraus, Lalita, 183
Kreimer, Pablo, 063
Kroløkke, Charlotte, 068
Kudina, Olga, 065
Kuehn, Andreas, 071
Kuo, Wen-Hua, 061
Kupper, Frank, 102
Labruto, Nicole, 012
Labuski, Christine, 037
LaFay, Elaine, 044
Lafuente, Sara, 095, 154
Lage, Ana Lucia, 159
Lagesen, Vivian Anette, 006, 009
Lahsen, Myanna H, 056
LaLone, Nicholas, 115
Lalouf, Alberto, 179
Lamas, Isabella Alves, 026
Lanzarotta, Tess, 016
Large, Melanie Eileen, 166
lassiter, dragana, 141
Laurent, Brice, 062
Laurent, Mermet, 130
Le Velly, Ronan, 091
Leal, Sayonara Gonçalves, 183
Leal Ferreira, Arthur Arruda, 024
Lederer, Susan E, 044
Lehr, Jane L, 149
Lei, Sean Hsiang-lin, 028
Lelebina, Olga, 085
lemke, Thomas, 050
Leonardi, Paul, 178
Leonel, Renan Gonçalves, 122
Leslie, Christopher, 100, 181
Levidow, Les, 165
Levin, Luciano Guillermo, 160
Levine, Michael, 008
Lewenstein, Bruce, 130
Leydens, Jon, 008
LI, Xiang, 115
Liao, Mliao, 144
Liberato, Tatiane Furukawa, 144
Liberman, Sofia, 128
Liboiron, Max, 051, 064, 105
Lievrouw, Leah, 132
Lima, Fabiane, 134
Lima, Francisco de Paula Antunes, 005
Lima, Márcia Maria Tait, 110
Lima, Samira, 005
Lindén, Lisa Maria, 053
Lippman, Alexandra, 171
Lisboa, Eliana Alcântara, 158
Liste Munoz, Lucia, 183
Littaye, Alexandra, 088
Liu, Bing, 007
Liu, Jennifer A, 049
Lizondo, Rosalia Marcela, 093
Lloyd, Stephanie, 070
Loizou, Natasa, 046, 059
Lopes, Maria Margaret, 110
Lopez, Maria Sonsire, 103
Loray, Romina Paola, 152
Lorenzi, Bruno Rossi, 136
Low, Jan W., 052
Lozano Borda, Marcela, 046, 163
Lu, Zxyyann Jane, 181
Lucena, Juan, 008
luchilo, lucas jorge, 111
Lugo, Adonia, 186
Luz, Nanci Stancki da, 058
Luz David, Marília, 066
Lázaro Olaizola, Marila, 079, 172
López, María Paz, 148
López, María Soledad, 011
López Domínguez, Rubén, 108
López Olmedo, Roberto, 152
López-Cuenca, Alberto, 147
Maathuis, Ivo, 071
MacDonald, Elizabeth, 115
Machado, Carlos José Saldanha, 027
Machaqueiro, Raquel Rodrigues, 101
MacLeish, Kenneth, 013, 037
Macnaghten, Phil, 131, 157
Madsen, Karen Hvidtfeldt, 072
Major, Mark, 026
Maldonado Castañeda, Oscar Javier, 053
Malhão, Rafael da Silva, 075
Mallard, Alexandre, 062
Mamo, Laura, 033
Manica, Daniela Tonelli, 146
Manson, Paul, 085
Marandino, Martha, 172
Marcolino, Camilla, 106
marelli, luca, 050
Margulies, Susana, 143
Maricato Moreto, Glaucia Cristina, 070
Marichal, María Eugenia, 174
Marin, Anabel, 052
MARIN PEREZ, JOSE ARAMIS, 111
Marques, Ivan da Costa, 014, 027
Marques de Medeiros Dias, Jussara, 058
Marquina Sánchez, María de Lourdes, 084
Marsh, Oliver, 129
Martignoni, Martina, 074
Martin, Dominique, 164
Martinez, Ruben, 060, 170
Martinez-Duenas, William Andres, 074
Martins, Luciana Conrado, 172
MARTINS, PAULO ROBERTO, 116
Martínez, Nayeli, 148
Martínez Larrechea, Enrique, 107
Marzorati, Zulema, 182
Massei, Roberto Carlos, 027
Massieu, Yolanda, 093, 133
Matharan, Gabriel Augusto, 174, 184
Matiello, Catiane, 098
McCray, Patrick, 070
McCullough, Sarah Rebolloso, 186
McGonigle, Ian, 050
McMillan, Lesley, 030
Medeiros, Marcio Felipe Salles, 077
Mederos, Leticia, 161
Medina, Eden, 045
Medina, Sebastián, 080
Mejia, Angie, 038
Mello, Adilson Silva, 082, 097, 120, 162, 173
Mello, Matheus Guimarães, 025
Mendonça, André Luis Oliveira, 175
Menon, Alka, 033
Mercado, Alexis, 063
Merchant, Emily Rose, 023
Merkle, Luiz Ernesto, 073, 134, 185
Mesman, Jessica, 159
Mesquita, Josilda dos Santos, 145
Messac, Luke, 181
MESSEDER, JORGE CARDOSO, 158
Messias Santana, Anderson, 134
metzl, jonathan, 037
Miller, Clark, 009
Miller, Georgia, 142
Miller, Paige, 015
Mincyte, Diana, 177
MIRANDA, MARIA ISABEL, 111
Mitcham, Carl, 008, 106
Mitchell, Mary, 030, 090
Molina, Santiago Jose, 180
Molino, Luisa, 053
Molpeceres, María Celeste, 153
Monfreda, Chad, 009
Monteiro, Eric, 064, 100, 113, 114
Monteiro, Marko Alves, 022, 163
Moore, Kelly, 129
Moore, Sharlissa, 009
Mopas, Michael S, 061, 075
mora muñoz, loreto, 021
Mora-Gámez, Fredy A., 081
Moraes, Marcelo, 183
Moraes, Moema Gomes, 039
Morales, Alberto E, 157
Morales, Ana Paula, 080
Morales, Gabriela, 016
Morales Pérez, Roy Waldhiersen, 015
Morales-Nasser, Alejandra Carolina, 128
Morales-Navarro, Laura, 056
Moreira, Ana Josefina, 179
Morenas, Leon Angelo, 050
Moreno, Juan Carlos, 151
Moreno Garzón, Alexandra, 145
Morúa Ramírez, Juan, 111
Moyano, Daniel, 171
Mulder, Henk, 102
Munoz-Rubio, Julio, 068
Murguia, Adriana, 182
Murillo, Luis Felipe Rosado, 022
Murriello, Sandra, 162
Mushtaq, Usman, 008
Musiani, Francesca, 025
Muñoz, Miguel, 023
Myers, Laura, 105
Myers, Natasha, 040, 135
Márquez, Sara Daniela, 095
nakamura, lisa, 132
Nakano, Andreza Rodrigues, 182
Nambiar, Devaki, 169
Nansen, Bjorn, 065
Nardi, Bonnie, 178
Natenzon, Claudia Eleonor, 163
Natera, José Miguel, 157
Neal, Megan Danielle, 143
Nelson, Alondra, 029, 135
Nemer, David, 113
neves, fabricio monteiro, 077
Nieusma, Dean, 008
Njambi, Wairimu, 130
Normando, Priscilla Cavalcante, 021, 094
Normark, Daniel Pär, 036
Novas, Carlos, 012
Novo, Juliane Quinteiro, 172
Nowak, Claire, 130
Núñez Jover, Jorge, 112
O'Brien, William, 130
Ohayon, Jennifer, 114
Olarte Sierra, Maria Fernanda, 082
Olarte-Sierra, Maria Fernanda, 082
Olivares Lagos, Laura Alicia, 120
Oliveira Filho, Altair Aparecido, 046
Oliver, Graciela de Souza, 153, 171
Olson, Philip R, 044
Ornetzeder, Michael, 043
Orr, Jackie, 038
Orsini, Michael, 087
Ortega, Esther, 020
Ortega-Ponce, Claudia, 059
Osada, Neide Mayumi, 083
Ottinger, Gwen, 155
Oudshoorn, Nelly, 025, 071
Owens, Kellie, 180
Pacheco, Jorge, 080
Paiva, Eduardo Nazareth, 027, 048
Pallone de Figueiredo, Simone, 080, 144
Palm, Juliano Luis, 034
Palmarola, Hugo, 045
Paniago, Maria Cristina Lima, 039
Papagayo Mahecha, Diana Paola, 163
Park, Jinhee, 038
Parmiggiani, Elena, 114
Parrish, Allen, 105
Parthasarathy, Shobita, 009, 142, 155
PASIN, LUIZ EUGENIO VENEZIANI, 183
Passoth, Jan-Hendrik, 090
Pavone, Vincenzo, 102, 141, 154
Paxson, Heather, 012
Paz, Liber Eugenio, 067
Pazello, Magaly, 058
Pecoraro, Rossano Rosario, 021
Pecurul-Botines, Mireia, 004
Peixoto, Joana, 039
Peixoto Rodrigues, Leo, 172
Pelaez, Victor, 171
Pelizza, Annalisa, 090
Pellegrini, Pablo Ariel, 052, 118, 149, 164
Penkler, Michael, 180
Perafan Ledezma, Astrid Lorena, 133
Pereira, Débora de Carvalho, 054
Pereira, Juliana Carvalho, 145
Pereira, Levindo Costa, 146
Pereira, Natalia Barbosa, 024
Pereira, Tiago Santos, 035, 063, 119
Peres, Sara, 130
Peron, Alcides Eduardo dos Reis, 013
PERUSSET, MACARENA, 035
Petersen, Katrina, 105
Petersen, Michael Nebeling, 095
Petersen, Rikke Premer, 006
Peterson, Kristin, 057
Pettersson, Ingemar, 036
Petty, JuLeigh, 037
Pfotenhauer, Sebastian Michael, 050
Phadke, Roopali, 031
Philip, Kavita, 087
Piaz, Agustin, 099
PICABEA, FACUNDO, 179
Pimenta, Carlos Alberto Máximo, 173
Pinch, Trevor, 040
Pinheiro, Daniela, 086, 097
Pinho, Cristiane Gonçalves, 080
PIRES, ROMULO DE OLIVEIRA, 158
Piron, Florence, 119
Piñero, Fernando Julio, 148, 175
Plaisance, Kathryn S, 166
Plantin, Jean-Christophe, 113
Polino, Carmelo Andrés, 132
Pollock, Anne, 057
Ponce, Ana Luisa, 032
Ponciano Sandoval, Renato Giovanni, 099
Popescu, Cristina, 120
Porro, Silvia, 149
Portugal, Clarice Moreira, 106
Powell, Alison, 094
Premebida, Adriano, 116
Priaulx, Nicolette M, 100
Primeau, Phillip, 061, 166
Puente Bruges, Jairo, 030
Pulido-Martinez, Hernan Camilo, 024
Páez, Olga Haydée, 172
Pérez Bustos, Tania, 029, 095
Pérez Comisso, Martin Andrés, 149
Queiroz, Ivo Pereira de, 145
Queluz, Gilson Leandro, 073, 086, 098
Queluz, Gilson, 073
Queluz, Marilda Lopes Pinheiro, 089
Quiroga, Juan Martin, 065
Rabourn, Tanya, 119
Rafols, Ismael, 067, 115
Ragouet, Pascal, 107
Rail, Geneviève, 053
Rajão, Raoni Guerra, 106
Rajão, Raoni, 173
Ramirez-Amaya, Victor, 170
Ramos, Elaine da Silva, 158
Ramos, Marco Antonio, 018
Ramos García, Catherine, 082
Ramos Zincke, Claudio, 048, 121
Rayzberg, Margarita, 011, 058
Reardon, Jenny, 029, 030
Reddy, Elizabeth, 064
Reeves, R.G., 106
Reinecke, David, 050
Reis Castro, Luisa, 106, 168
Remedios, Francis, 062
Restrepo Forero, Olga, 087
Reyes Alvarez, Juan, 168
Reyes-Galindo, Luis Ignacio, 010
Ribeiro, Barbara Esteves, 178
Ribeiro, Maria Luísa Nozawa, 094
Ribeiro, Rodrigo, 005
Ricas, Lucimeri Ricas, 112
Richter, Vitor Simonis, 142
Rieznik, Marina Andrea, 164
Riis, Soren, 147
Riley, Donna, 008
Risi, Stephan, 068
Rivera, Angel, 006
Rivera, Igor, 111
Rivers, Louie, 155
Rivoir, Ana, 136
Roberts, Elizabeth F.S., 070, 083, 135
Robinson, Laura, 081
Robinson, Mark, 026, 155
Robles Belmont, Eduardo, 032
Rocha, Israel Jesus, 048
Rodrigues, Anny Caroliny de Lima, 163
Rodriguez, Julia, 045
Rodriguez-Medina, Leandro, 063, 147
Rodríguez, Hannot, 161
Rodríguez Prieto, Fabio, 146
Rogaski, Ruth, 028
Rogers, Juan D., 032
ROHDEN, FABIOLA, 143, 156
Rohracher, Harald, 043
Rojas Alvarez, Jorge, 145
Romani, Facundo, 118
Román, Elías López, 168
Roosth, Sophia, 040
Rose, Nikolas, 068
Rosen, Cecilia, 132
Rosenberger, Robert, 147
Roso, Caetano Castro, 079
Ross, Heather M, 115
Rothberg, Danilo, 164
Rowland, Nicholas J, 090
Rozo Sandoval, Ana Claudia, 060
Ruault, Claire, 016
Rueda, Eduardo Alfonso, 151
Ruiz, Ángel, 100
RUIZ-URQUIJO, JUAN CARLOS, 073
Rulifson, Gregory A, 160
Saatci, Banu, 087, 181
Sabharwal, Meghna, 015
SACCO, LILIANA CATALINA, 111
Sadowski, Jathan, 031
Salazar, Maite Paulina, 118
Salazar, Monica, 046
Salim, Ulluminair, 072
Sampieri Cábal, Rubén, 032
Sanabria, Emilia, 057, 070
Sanderson, Susan, 155
Sandoval-Romero, Vanessa, 122
Sandroni, Laila, 034
sano, kazumi, 101
Santiago, Clara Guimarães, 153
Santiago, Elvira, 102
Santos, Daniele Martins dos, 048
Santos, Elis Regina Alves dos, 171
SANTOS, GUILLERMO, 057
Santos, Juliana Cristina Santicioli dos, 079
Santos, Júlio César dos, 039
Santos, Patricia Aline, 080
Sarthou, Nerina Fernanda, 175
Sauer, Elenise, 158
Schaeffer, Colombina, 064
Schafer, Mark, 015
Schaffer, Guy, 076
Schavelzon, Salvador, 087
Scheid, Volker, 028
Schenck, Marcela, 152
Schmitt, Christophe, 111
Schneider, Christoph, 025
Schneider, Jen, 008
Secomandi, Fernando, 147
Segantini, Marcos, 152
Segerstrale, Ullica Christina, 128
Seguel, Andres Gomez, 150
Seijo, Gustavo L., 170
Selin, Cynthia, 031
Semel, Beth, 078
Semendeferi, Ioanna, 076
Senejko, María Paula, 175
Serafim, Milena, 097
Severo, Fernando Gonçalves, 080
Shaver, Chris, 149, 180
Sheets, Gabriela Maíz, 169
Shen, Xiaobai, 119
Sheoran, Nayantara, 049
SHIBATA, Kiyoshi, 007
Sholler, Daniel, 178
Shrum, Wesley, 015, 105
Shukla, Ravi, 066
Siles, Ignacio, 132, 185
Silva, Bruna Herculano da, 158
Silva, Diego Rafael de Moraes, 092
Silva, Gilbert, 097, 120
Silva, Lisiane Maria, 161
Silva, Lucas Rodrigo, 004
Silva, Marconi Aurelio, 046
Silva, Mirian Pacheco, 145
Silva, Paloma Porto, 023
Silva Neto, Thompson Lemos da, 060
Silveira, Rosemari Monteiro Castilho Foggiatto, 145,
158
Simons, Kenneth L, 155
Sims, Christo, 007
Singh, Ilina, 068
Siqueira Martins Domingos, Bianca, 082, 097, 120, 162,
173
Sismondo, Sergio, 143
Smith, Adrian, 165, 179
Smith, Lindsay Adams, 029
Smythe, Toni, 008
Soares, Maria Helena Silva, 021
Sobral, Vivianne Caroline Santos, 118
Socorro, Marlene Santos, 158
Soffer, Ann Katrine Bønnelykke, 085
Solli, Jøran, 043
Soto Triana, Joan Sebastian, 128
Soulard, Christophe, 016
Sousa, Cidoval Morais de, 079, 171
Souza, Iara Maria de Almeida, 146
Souza, Katia Reis, 108
Spackman, Christy, 051
Spera, Aileen, 162
Speziale, Anabella, 089, 160
Spinardi, Graham, 081
Sponsel, Alistair, 040
St. Clair, Asun, 056
Stagnaro, Adriana Alejandrina, 117, 159
Stark, Luke, 078
Steingart, Alma, 040
Stenlås, Niklas, 036
Stokland, Håkon B., 130
Strandgaard, Lone Bak, 164
Stratton, Caroline, 077
Suarez, Marcela, 103, 157
Suchman, Lucy, 013, 113
Sued, Gabriela Elisa, 127
Sunder Rajan, Kaushik, 017
Sundqvist, Goran, 056
Sánchez, Marcelo, 020
Sánchez Vargas, Derly Yohanna, 144
Sørensen, Knut H, 009
Taborga, Ana María, 148
Taddei, Renzo, 022, 074
Takimoto, Elika, 014
Tamarkin, Noah, 029
Tan, Xiao, 004
Tanferri, Mylène, 176
Tapia, Andrea H, 115
Tatsuya, HIGAKI, 166
Tavares, Heraclio Duarte, 106
teixeira, luiz antonio, 182
Teixeira, Marcia de Oliveira, 097
Teixeira, Maria do Rocio Fontoura, 145, 162
Tenorio, Adriana, 129
Thomas, Hernán Eduardo, 035
Thompson, Charis, 049
Tillman, Rachel, 030
Tironi, Manuel, 051, 064
Tironi, Martin, 177
Todd, Benjamin Zhan, 176
Toledo, Roberto Domingo, 010
Toledo Jr, Joaquim, 004
Tomassini, Cecilia, 148, 175
Tombs, Jacqueline, 030
Tomiello, Naira, 131
Toriseva, Roosa, 033
Torres, Clara Crizio de Araujo, 153
Traweek, Sharon, 022
Tretjuka, Ieva, 159
TREVISAN, LINO, 172
Tricoire, Aurélie, 062
Trujillo Andrade, Maria del Pilar, 006
Tsai, Yuyueh, 066
Tula Molina, Fernando, 098
Turkenich, Magalí, 127
Tyrell, Brian, 070
Tyrrell, Brian, 070
Ugartemendia, Victoria, 109
Ureta, Sebastian, 064
Valderrama Pineda, Andrés Felipe, 006, 174
VALENTE, JOSÉ ALEXANDRE DA SILVA, 079
Valenzuela, Fernando, 048, 121
Valenzuela, Leonardo, 064
Vallejos, Oscar Ramón, 174, 184
van Zwanenberg, Patrick, 131
van Zwanenberg, Patrick, 052, 118
Vangeebergen, Thomas, 011
Vara, Ana Maria, 099
Vargas-Leon, Patricia Adriana, 084
Vargens, José Muniz da Costa, 186
Varghese, Antony Palackal, 015
Varguez, Milagros, 080
Varma, Roli, 015
Vasconcellos, Bruna, 110
Vasen, Federico, 148, 175
Vasquez, Ana, 079
Vasquez, Emily Elizabeth, 053
Veiga, Camila Loricchio, 097, 120
Velho, Lea, 063, 080, 144, 157
Velho, Raquel Strini, 171, 184
Venegas, Maria D, 156
Venkatesh, Murali, 071
Venturini, Tommaso, 067
Vera-Cruz, José Alexandre Oliveira, 179
Vera-Cruz, Matías, 092
Verbeek, Peter-Paul, 147
Vercelli, Ariel Hernán, 142
Vermeulen, Niki, 055
Versino, Mariana, 059, 175
Vertesi, Janet, 050
Vesnic-Alujevic, Lucia, 170
Vessuri, Hebe, 063, 077, 151
Viales-Hurtado, Ronny, 035, 173
Vicente, Alexandre Meloni, 182
Vidart, Diego, 079
Vidart-Delgado, Maria, 081
Videira, Antonio Augusto, 014
Viglio, José Eduardo, 150
VILLAMIZAR, LAURA PATRICIA, 149
Villardi, Pedro, 057
Vilouta Rando, Nicolás, 149
Vinck, Dominique, 045, 176, 185
Viotti, Nicolás, 024
Visperas, Cristina, 011
Vissicaro, Suseli de Paula, 145
VITERI, Maria Laura, 093, 153
Vivaceta, Anibal, 080
Vivaldi, Lieta, 154
Vogt, Carlos, 080
Voss, Jan-Peter, 121, 136
Wahlberg, Ayo, 169
Walford, Antonia Caitlin, 074, 087
Wallace, Matthew, 115
Wang, Jingjin, 007
WANG, Nan, 106
Waterton, Claire, 051
Weinel, Martin, 100
Wells, Cassandra J, 020
Wesner, Ashton, 034
West, John, 186
White, Deborah, 030
Whiteley, Bryn Elizabeth, 044
Wickson, Fern, 131
Wikman, Pär, 164
Wilder, Elisabeth, 081
Wilken, Rowan, 065
Williams, Robin, 113
Wilson, Ara, 028
Windle, Amanda Nita, 067
Woelfle-Erskine, Cleo, 034
Woermann, Niklas, 019
Wolf, Steven, 130
Wu, Chia-Ling, 026
Wu, Harry Yi-Jui, 078
Wurster, Simone, 091
Wylie, Sara, 081
Wynne, Brian, 030
Xhardez, Veronica, 122
Yado, Thaís Harumi Manfré, 089
Yamazaki, Goro, 085, 166
YANG, YU O, 015
Yanni, Carla, 037
Yansen, Guillermina, 127
Zanotti, Agustín, 025
ZARATE ARBELAEZ, HEILLER, 151
Zehr, Stephen, 056
Zhang, Jieying, 006
Ziewitz, Malte, 071
Zuiderent-Jerak, Teun, 168
Zukerfeld, Mariano, 063, 075
Åm, Heidrun, 009
SUBJECT INDEX
Biomedicine: 011, 015, 016,
017, 020, 021, 023, 024, 026,
027, 028, 029, 033, 036, 037,
044, 048, 049, 053, 054, 055,
057, 058, 061, 062, 066, 068,
070, 071, 078, 080, 083, 085,
087, 090, 091, 107, 115, 121,
130, 141, 142, 143, 146, 154,
156, 157, 159, 160, 168, 169,
170, 180, 181, 182
Economics / Market Studies:
004, 005, 009, 011, 014, 019,
020, 026, 027, 028, 036, 043,
044, 046, 048, 052, 056, 057,
062, 063, 065, 066, 067, 075,
086, 090, 091, 101, 106, 107,
111, 116, 118, 128, 129, 142,
144, 153, 154, 160, 161, 164,
165, 168, 169, 170, 171
Energy / Nuclear Power: 009,
012, 043, 046, 064, 077, 079,
088, 114, 155, 179
Engineering: 005, 006, 007,
008, 011, 025, 064, 065, 070,
072, 081, 089, 093, 094, 095,
097, 098, 108, 113, 120, 145,
153, 155, 160, 162, 165, 170,
174, 176, 184
Environmental Studies: 004,
006, 012, 014, 027, 034, 043,
044, 047, 051, 054, 056, 059,
064, 067, 073, 074, 076, 077,
081, 082, 083, 085, 088, 089,
098, 099, 100, 101, 105, 106,
114, 118, 120, 130, 133, 136,
142, 144, 146, 150, 153, 155,
157, 160, 162, 163, 165, 171,
177, 179, 186
Food: 011, 012, 051, 052, 055,
066, 067, 076, 082, 083, 087,
088, 093, 106, 112, 116, 118,
133, 144, 146, 169, 174, 179
Gender Studies: 007, 011,
015, 017, 019, 020, 026, 033,
034, 039, 044, 053, 058, 068,
072, 073, 080, 082, 087, 095,
110, 127, 129, 134, 143, 149,
153, 154, 155, 156, 162, 181,
186
Information and
Communication
Technology: 006, 007, 013,
014, 016, 019, 025, 027, 038,
039, 044, 048, 050, 054, 055,
062, 064, 065, 067, 071, 072,
075, 076, 077, 078, 079, 080,
081, 082, 084, 085, 087, 089,
090, 091, 094, 095, 097, 100,
101, 105, 106, 111, 112, 113,
114, 115, 119, 120, 122, 127,
129, 132, 133, 134, 136, 142,
144, 145, 148, 149, 150, 151,
155, 160, 162, 164, 168, 170,
171, 172, 176, 177, 178, 180,
183, 185, 186
Others: 001, 002, 003, 004,
006, 010, 011, 012, 013, 014,
015, 020, 021, 023, 024, 025,
026, 027, 028, 030, 031, 032,
033, 038, 039, 040, 041, 042,
043, 044, 045, 046, 047, 048,
050, 051, 052, 054, 055, 056,
057, 059, 060, 061, 063, 064,
065, 066, 067, 068, 069, 070,
071, 072, 073, 074, 075, 076,
077, 078, 079, 080, 081, 082,
083, 084, 085, 086, 087, 088,
089, 090, 091, 092, 094, 095,
096, 097, 098, 099, 100, 101,
102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107,
108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 114,
115, 116, 117, 120, 121, 122,
123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128,
129, 130, 132, 133, 134, 135,
136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141,
142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147,
148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 153,
154, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159,
160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165,
166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171,
172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177,
178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183,
184, 185, 186
Public Engagement / Social
Movement: 004, 006, 007,
012, 014, 016, 017, 021, 022,
025, 029, 031, 033, 034, 043,
044, 048, 050, 056, 058, 061,
064, 065, 071, 073, 074, 076,
079, 080, 081, 082, 083, 086,
087, 088, 089, 090, 091, 093,
094, 095, 098, 099, 100, 101,
102, 103, 105, 106, 107, 108,
109, 111, 113, 114, 115, 116,
118, 119, 121, 129, 131, 134,
142, 144, 145, 149, 150, 154,
155, 157, 160, 161, 162, 163,
164, 165, 166, 169, 170, 172,
173, 177, 178, 182, 183, 185,
186
Science Communication: 004,
007, 010, 012, 014, 015, 017,
021, 023, 024, 026, 032, 034,
046, 047, 048, 051, 054, 056,
061, 062, 064, 067, 075, 076,
078, 079, 080, 082, 087, 088,
089, 091, 100, 101, 102, 105,
106, 109, 112, 115, 119, 120,
128, 129, 132, 134, 144, 145,
149, 150, 158, 160, 162, 163,
164, 166, 172, 181, 185
Science, Technology, and
Public Policy: 004, 005, 007,
008, 010, 011, 014, 015, 016,
017, 018, 021, 022, 023, 024,
026, 027, 029, 030, 032, 034,
035, 036, 043, 044, 045, 046,
047, 048, 050, 051, 052, 053,
054, 055, 056, 057, 058, 059,
060, 061, 062, 063, 064, 065,
066, 067, 068, 070, 071, 072,
073, 074, 077, 078, 079, 080,
081, 083, 084, 085, 086, 087,
090, 091, 092, 093, 094, 097,
098, 100, 102, 103, 106, 107,
108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 114,
115, 116, 118, 119, 120, 121,
122, 127, 128, 130, 131, 133,
134, 136, 137, 141, 142, 143,
144, 145, 146, 148, 149, 150,
151, 152, 153, 154, 155, 157,
158, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163,
164, 165, 166, 168, 169, 170,
171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176,
177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182,
183, 184, 185, 186
Theory and Method: 004,
006, 007, 009, 011, 013, 014,
015, 016, 017, 018, 019, 020,
021, 022, 023, 024, 025, 027,
028, 032, 033, 038, 045, 046,
050, 051, 054, 055, 059, 060,
061, 062, 063, 064, 065, 067,
068, 070, 071, 072, 074, 075,
076, 077, 078, 079, 083, 085,
087, 089, 090, 091, 093, 094,
095, 097, 098, 099, 100, 101,
105, 106, 108, 109, 111, 113,
114, 119, 120, 121, 122, 128,
129, 132, 133, 134, 136, 137,
141, 143, 146, 147, 149, 150,
151, 152, 154, 155, 159, 160,
161, 162, 163, 166, 168, 169,
171, 173, 174, 178, 180, 184,
185