Estudiosdelaeconomía en 4EASST

Entre el 17 y el 20 de octubre se realizará la “Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S)” en la Copenhagen Business School y que contará con numerosa participación de estudiosdelaeconomia. Acá va el detalle de las mesas con presencia de contribuidores de este blog (cuyos nombres van marcados en negritas). (si falta algo por favor avisar, y acá está el programa completo). 

030. (54) Disasters – redesigning collective orders – I 9:00 to 10:30 am, Solbjerg Plads: SPs14 (Thursday)

Chairs:

Zuzana Hrdlickova, Goldsmiths, University of London

Manuel Tironi, Pontificia Unversidad Catolica de Chile

Israel Rodríguez-Giralt, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

Participants:

Science, Risk Communication, and Manslaughter: the 2009 L’Aquila earthquake. Andrew Stroffolino, Rutgers University

Indian Disaster Management Bodies: Changing Conceptualization of Civilians and Expertise. Zuzana Hrdlickova, Goldsmiths, University of London

Preparing for disaster yet to come: natural resource development and the politics of anticipation. Gisa Weszkalnys, University of Exeter

On Operational Risk. Ryan Hagen, Columbia University, GSAS, Sociology

019. (77) Urban assemblages and cosmopolitics: contributions for an ongoing debate – I

9:00 to 10:30 am (Thursday), Solbjerg Plads: SP210.

Chairs: Ignacio Farias, Social Science Research Center Berlin

Anders Blok, Copenhagen University

Participants:

Worlding cities through their climate projects? On eco-housing assemblages, cosmopolitics and comparisons. Anders Blok, Copenhagen University

Waste(d) connections? Global cities and the multiscalar politics of garbage. Michele Acuto, Institute for Science, Innovation and Society, University of Oxford

The moose are protesting: conceptualizing urban politics beyond the human/non-human divide. Jonathan Metzger, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Re-storying Nature – rethinking approaches to Urban Nature in Cape Town South Africa. Tania Hanni Isobel Katzschner, University of Cape Town

Following engineers and architects through slums: history, policies, urban poor populations and the technoscience of slum intervention in the Portuguese-speaking landscape. Antonio Eduardo Ascensão, King’s College London and Centro de Estudos Geográficos, University of Lisbon

019. (77) Urban assemblages and cosmopolitics: contributions for an ongoing debate – II 11:00 to 12:30 pm, Solbjerg Plads: SP210 (Thursday),

Chairs: Anders Blok, Copenhagen University

Ignacio Farias, Social Science Research Center Berlin

Participants:

Engineering ‘historical locations’. The atmospheric performance of ruined urban environments. Hanna Katharina Göbel, University of Konstanz

Urban discourses of innovation: How cities cope with disaster. Anique Hommels, Maastricht University

The Diplomacy of Urban Ecological Art: Negotiating Science and Politics. Mrill Ingram, University of Arizona

Re-Assembling Vancouver’s Southeast and Zurich’s North: Urban Identity and Sustainability in Industrial Area Conversions. Monika Maria Kurath, ETH Zurich, Department of Architecture

The Cosmopolitics of Fractional Objects: Buildings and the Urban Planning Code in Buenos Aires. Nicholas D’Avella, University of California, Davis

107. (83) Studio studies & creative production – II

4:00 to 5:30 pm Solbjerg Plads: SP212 (Thursday)

Chair:

Alex Wilkie, Goldsmiths, University of London

Participants:

Perfume-making: The studio as a site of scientific practice and creative production. Claus Noppeney, Bern University of Applied Sciences; Nada Endrissat, Bern University of Applied Sciences

Epistemic dissonance: how do architects come up with alternatives. Ignacio Farias, Social Science Research Center Berlin

Making Studio Practice Public: Assembling a DigiLab through Case Studying Virtual Research Inscriptions. Amanda Nita Windle, University of the Arts, London

The cultural (dis)empowerment as shaped in research on algorithms for image processing. Dominique Vinck, University of Lausanne

141. (77) Urban assemblages and cosmopolitics: contributions for an ongoing debate – III

9:00 to 10:30 am Solbjerg Plads: SPs10 (Friday)

Chairs:

Anders Blok, Copenhagen University

Ignacio Farias, Social Science Research Center Berlin

Participants:

The urban thing. Urban agency and purification in a long term perspective. Bert De Munck, Centre for urban History, University of Antwerp

Small businesses in the city: assembling the commercial urban space. Alexandre Mallard, Centre de Sociologie de l’Innovation. Ecole des Mines ParisTech

“Additive” as analytical concept and actant for advocacy. Studying movie-making urban agents in Gothenburg. Joakim Forsemalm, Gothenburg Research Institute, Gothenburg University

On site and en route: Urban assemblage and the articulation of the prehospital emergency arena. Yutaka Yoshinaka, Technical University of Denmark; Signe Pedersen, DTU Management Engineering

Constructing the Main Artery of Urban Gray Assemblages: A Case Study of the Seoul Metropolitan Railway. Sung Won Kim, Seoul National University

171. (77) Urban assemblages and cosmopolitics: contributions for an ongoing debate – IV (Friday) 11:00 to 12:30 pm Solbjerg Plads: SPs10 (Friday)

Chairs:

Anders Blok, Copenhagen University

Ignacio Farias, Social Science Research Center Berlin

Participants:

Copenhagen: urban space and mobility from 1950 to 2050. Andrés Felipe Valderrama Pineda, Technical University of Denmark

Assembling Urban Sustainability: New Urbanism in Coastal California and the Portland Metro. Erik Nielsen, UCSB

Challenging Research on Neighbourhood Images and Urban Development through Assemblage Thinking. Isabelle Schoepfer, University of Fribourg, Switzerland

Unstable Ground: The Politics of Urban Assemblages. Austin Zeiderman, Stanford University

153. (90) The social life of organization theory – II 11:00 to 12:30 pm Kilen: Ks48 (Friday)

Chairs:

Signe Vikkelsø, Copenhagen Business School

Karen Boll, Copenhagen Business School

Paul du Gay, Copenhagen Business School

Participants:

Set your creative forces free! The liberated body as a hybrid managerial tool. Bent Meier Sørensen, Copenhagen

Business School; Kaspar Villadsen, Copenhagen Business School

A non foundational study of organizing devices in nascent companies. Juan Felipe Espinosa

Tensions and contradictions of the concept of organization as applied to universities: the case of USP-east. Maria Caramez Carlotto, Universidade de São Paulo; Sylvia Université de Liège (SPIRAL); François Thoreau, University of Liège

Western scientific circumscriptions and freedoms of action in Latin America. Ivan da Costa Marques, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

060. (54) Disasters – redesigning collective orders – II 11:00 to 12:30 pm Solbjerg Plads: SPs14 (Friday)

Chairs:

Zuzana Hrdlickova, Goldsmiths, University of London

Manuel Tironi, Pontificia Unversidad Catolica de Chile

Israel Rodríguez-Giralt, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

Participants:

illocality: Emergency Housing, Displacement and the Distribution of Sick Space. Nick Shapiro, University of Oxford

Of Borders and Buffer Zones: The Spatial Politics of Disaster in Sri Lanka. Vivian Y. Choi, University of California, Davis

Technologies of Displacement: Urban Design and Planning after Katrina. Graham Owen, Tulane University

The social-cultural impact of the Dutch flood disaster of 1953. WATERWORKS Heems & Kothuis, Maastricht University/TU Delft

199. (77) Urban assemblages and cosmopolitics: contributions for an ongoing debate – V (Friday) 2:00 to 3:30 pm Solbjerg Plads: SPs10

Chairs:

Anders Blok, Copenhagen University

Ignacio Farias, Social Science Research Center Berlin

Participants:

Reassembling Water-Cycles in the Lower Lea River Basin East London. Tse-Hui Teh, University College London

Performative planning at the urban scale. Birgitte Hoffmann, DTU MAN; Mai-Britt Quitzau, Technical University of Denmark

Plassein and urban political matters. Jonas Bylund, Department of Human Geography, Stockholm University

Users of urban open space and low carbon transitions. Sonia Liff, Appleby Research

090. (54) Disasters – redesigning collective orders – III 2:00 to 3:30 pm Solbjerg Plads: SPs14 (Friday)

Chairs:

Zuzana Hrdlickova, Goldsmiths, University of London

Manuel Tironi, Pontificia Unversidad Catolica de Chile

Israel Rodríguez-Giralt, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

Participants:

Taming the Rivers- Flood Control and Colonial Rule in Taiwan, 1895-1945. Yawen Ku, Inst. of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica

Framing allergy: Constructing a new disease and its solutions in postwar Taiwan. Hung Bin Hsu, National Chung Hsing University

That which does not kill you makes you stronger. Earthquakes and State building in Chile. Magdalena Gil-Ureta, Columbia University

The ontological politics of disasters: modes of governing uncertainty. Israel Rodríguez-Giralt, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya; Manuel Tironi, Pontificia Unversidad Catolica de Chile.

187. Automated trading: Perspectives from social studies of finance 2:00 to 3:30 pm Solbjerg Plads: SP205 (Friday)

Chair:

Donald MacKenzie, University of Edinburgh

Participants:

Five Seconds, A History: Automated Trading, Place, and Path- Dependence. Donald MacKenzie, University of Edinburgh

Ordering markets: engineers, ideas and the moral technologies of finance. Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra, University of Edinburgh

Politics of liquidity: How regulators and economists shaped US automated financial exchanges. Daniel Beunza, London School of Economics; Yuval Millo, London School of Economics

Between Things and Objects: Algorithms and the Enactment of Financial Materiality. Marc LENGLET, European Business School

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  • nniicchhoollaass  On October 11, 2012 at 1:10 pm

    gracias por compilar, jose!

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