Posts Tagged: STS

Jim Hansen on Nuclear, a quick rant

Check out this video of an interview with Jim Hansen, nuclear proponent and former NASA scientist. One standout is that he proposes that technological innovation, better technology, and more centralized, authoritarian control of technology can prevent disasters like Fukushima. “Nuclear energy

Jim Hansen on Nuclear, a quick rant

Check out this video of an interview with Jim Hansen, nuclear proponent and former NASA scientist. One standout is that he proposes that technological innovation, better technology, and more centralized, authoritarian control of technology can prevent disasters like Fukushima. “Nuclear energy

Have we ever been modern?

Reading Bruno Latour, for me, is like deciphering a code. I have to re-read Greek mythology, re-formulate the typical associations to words I create, and start to re-understand the world.  But this is a good thing.  After finishing We Have Never

Have we ever been modern?

Reading Bruno Latour, for me, is like deciphering a code. I have to re-read Greek mythology, re-formulate the typical associations to words I create, and start to re-understand the world.  But this is a good thing.  After finishing We Have Never

Situated Knowledges

Haraway, Donna J. (1999). “Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective,” in Mario Biagioli ed. The Science Studies Reader, London and New York: Routledge. Haraway argues that social constructionism must evade the path of cynicism to

Situated Knowledges

Haraway, Donna J. (1999). “Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective,” in Mario Biagioli ed. The Science Studies Reader, London and New York: Routledge. Haraway argues that social constructionism must evade the path of cynicism to