H1
Open Track

Convenors:
Krzysztof Abriszewski (Nicolaus Copernicus University)
Michał Wróblewski (Nicolaus Copernicus University)
Marcin Zaród (Kozminski University )
Chair:
Krzysztof Abriszewski, Michał Wróblewski, Marcin Zaród
Format:
Location:
C. Humanisticum AB 1.08
Start time:
17 September, 2014 at 10:30
Session slots:
4

Short abstract:

Long abstract:

The thematic tracks cover a broad range of areas within STS. Many additional areas exist within the studies of science and technology that address the conference theme of Situating Solidarities. What are the problems, descriptions and challenges of situating (and situated) solidarities in the context of science and technology studies? What are the contemporary challenges to science and technology studies? Which are the fresh, new, rare, surprising and/or hard to pinpoint STS findings, research results, investigations and studies? With the Open Track the scientific committee calls for papers and sessions that address these and other issues that supplement the thematic tracks. We also called for submissions of sessions of linked papers. These, along with other connections that were apparent in individual submissions have been grouped into sessions which are labelled S01-S15. Papers will be presented in the order shown and grouped 4-4-3-4 between sessions