Programme

All times are in Helsinki local time (EEST). To register (Zoom or in person), please email institutional.epistemology@gmail.com

Zoom link (updated)

Workshop location: Metsätalo (Fabianinkatu 39), room 10

Monday 20 June 2022

11:00Welcome
11:05Keynote: Gloria Origgi (CNRS in Paris – Institut Jean Nicod)
Great is our sin. On the epistemic misery of our knowledge institutions
11:50Commentator: Petri Ylikoski (University of Helsinki)
12:00Q&A
12:30Karoliina Pulkkinen (University of Helsinki)
Values and scientific institutions
12:55Q&A
13:10 Lunch break
14:15Chiara Lisciandra (University of Bologna)
Scientific Institutions: Are Article and Journal Metrics a Good Thing?
14:40Q&A
14:55Säde Hormio and Samuli Reijula (University of Helsinki)
What universities know
15:20Q&A
15:35Break
16:00Wade Munroe (University of Michigan)
Echo Chambers, Political Polarization, and Post Truth: In Search of a Connection
16:25Q&A
16:40 Inkeri Koskinen (Tampere University)
Epistemic sustainability
17:05Q&A 
17:20 Maximilian Noichl (University of Vienna)
Scientific collaboration as unreliable team interaction
17:45Q&A 
18:00Break
18:15Keynote: Cailin O’Connor (UC Irvine)
Multiple Mechanisms for Polarization
19:00Commentator: Xin Hui Yong (University of Pittsburgh)
19:10Q&A
19:40End of Day 1

Tuesday 21 June 2022

10:00 Welcome
10:05Keynote: Kristina Rolin (Tampere University)
The Paradox of Institutional Epistemology
10:50Commentator: Karl Landström (Coventry University)
11:00Q&A
11:30Pablo Rivas-Robledo (University of Genoa)
Trust in Public Expertise for Public Policy
11:55Q&A
12:10 Lunch break
13:10Marko-Luka Zubčić (University of Rijeka)
Epistemic Capture
13:35Q&A
13:50Simo Kyllönen (University of Helsinki)
Epistemic Democracy and Moral Deference
14:15Q&A
14:30Karen Adkins (Regis University)
Private Government as Epistemic Failure
14:55Q&A
15:10 End of workshop