Original Available here © Bruno Latour and Figure/Ground Communication Dr. Latour was interviewed by Andrew Iliadis on September 24th, 2013 Bruno Latour is Professor at Sciences Po. Dr. Latour is a leading figure in sociology, anthropology, and science and technology studies, and he is the author of numerous books, including Laboratory Life, We Have Never Been Modern, and Reassembling the Social. … Continue reading Interview with Bruno Latour from Figure/Ground
Arendt debating Social Science, Kieran Bonner.
A super cool discussion with Josh Cohen on OWS, at Occupy the Airwaves. A very thoughtful set of reflections on a Rawlsian theory of Justice and unfolding events.
Today and tomorrow there is a very interesting workshop at IESA, in Cordoba, Spain, one of the first institutes in Europe to dedicate itself to research on participatory institutions. There has been no lack of interest in the study of participation, and the conference takes stock of the last ten years or so of research … Continue reading Colloquium on Methodological Challenges in Participation Research
(Please feel free to pass this along. It is also available here.) CALL FOR PAPERS for Qualitative Sociology Reassembling Ethnography: ANT beyond the Laboratory Deadline for Submissions: August 31st 2012 Actor-Network-Theory (ANT) was literally developed in the laboratory, but it is an approach that proclaims usefulness to all arenas of social life. In recent years, ANT … Continue reading Reassembling Ethnography/ Call for Papers