A session at August 2018 Social Studies of Science meetings making sense of the biographical changes in changing contexts of radical scientists and of critics of science since the 1970s, as well as of STS interpreters of science influenced by them.
Session recordings, single page summaries, and full papers
Making visible a collage of radical scientists and critics
Peter J. Taylor, UMass Boston
From radical scientist to STS intervener
Brian Martin, University of Wollongong
Motivating investment in interdisciplinary infrastructure: What can one person do?
Michael O O’Rourke, Michigan State University
Professionals’ lives as ongoing experiments… in a field of class
Mike Hales, Barefoot Documents, Brighton, and Lucy Gao, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Comments to begin discussion
Gary Werskey, Blackheath Historical Forum