Call for Papers
Summer School of Science and Technology Studies and Medical Ethics 8.–9.6. 2017, Helsinki
Organised by The Finnish Society for Science and Technology, The Finnish Association for Medical Law and Ethics; Funded by The Federation of Finnish Learned Societies in connection to the symposium “Experimentation and Evidence.”
Barbara Prainsack, King’s College London “Barbara Prainsack is a political scientist with expertise in the regulatory, social, and ethical dimensions of bioscience, biomedicine, and forensics. In the medical realm, her current work focuses on the emergence of personalised medicine and the ‘participatory turn’ in generating, analysing, and interpreting data.”
Michael Guggenheim, Goldsmiths, University of London “Michael Guggenheim’s work thus far has been defined by different yet connected themes relating to the relationship between experts and lay people, the role of objects for this relationship and on methodical and theoretical innovation derived from the combination of science studies with sociological theory.”
Coordinator: Karoliina Snell, University of Helsinki
Scope and practicalities
We are inviting contributions to this Summer School from students in science and technology studies and related fields, who address questions around experimentation, evidence and different forms of knowledge making, or any other topic relevant to science and technology studies or medical ethics.
For applying to the summer school, please send an abstract of your paper (max 300 words) by 23.4.2017 to email@example.com.
If you have preferences which one of the commentators you would like to comment on your work, please indicate this in the abstract.
The students will be informed by 29.4. about their acceptance. For the Summer School, the students are expected to write a paper (max 5 pages) and they can prepare 1-2 questions for the commentators to address. The deadline for the paper is 20.5. These should also be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.