1. New Members
CASTI is pleased to welcome four new members on board:
Sabine Clarke, Lecturer in Modern History, Department of History, University of York.
Denise Philips, Assistant Professor of History, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Roger Pielke, Professor in the Environmental Studies Program and Fellow of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES), Center for Science and Technology Policy Research, University of Colorado, Boulder.
Lissa Roberts, Professor of Long Term Development of Science and Technology, Department of Science, Technology and Policy Studies (STePS); Editor History of Science; Co-editor, Cultural Dynamics of Science.
Ideologies and Imaginaries of Innovation
(Munich, May 19-21, 2016)
CASTI Workshop (together with representatives of the Science Democracy Network), hosted by the Munich Center for Technology in Society (Technical University of Munich). Please contact Sebastian Pfotenhauer (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Désirée Schauz (email@example.com) for more information.
Innovation: Theories, Politics, Societies, and Blind Spots
(Barcelona, August 31-September 3, 2016)
Special Track, 4S/EASST Conference Barcelona, Spain, organzied by Sebastian Pfotenhauer and Benoît Godin
3. New Publications from the Members
Godin, Benoît (2015), "Models of Innovation: Why Models of Innovation are Models, or What Work is Being Done in Calling Them Models?" Social Studies of Science 45 (4): 570-96.
Kaldewey, David (2016), "Die Sehnsucht nach der Praxis. Beobachtungen zur Identitätsarbeit der Sozialwissenschaften," in Dagmar Simon, Anna Froese und Julia Böttcher (eds.), Sozialwissenschaften und Gesellschaft, Neue Verortungen von Wissenstransfer, Bielefeld, Transcript: 129–157.
Phillips, Denise (2015), "Francis Bacon and the Germans. Stories from when ‘science’ meant 'Wissenschaft'," History of Science 53 (4): 378–394.
Roberts, Lissa (2015), "Producing (in) Europe and Asia, 1750-1850," Isis 106: 857-865.
Van Driel, Joppe and Lissa Roberts (2016), "Circulating Salts: Chemical Governance and the Bifurcation of 'Nature' and 'Society'," Eighteenth-Century Studies 49: 233-263.
Innovation’s Evolution Over the Millenia: