Critical Itineraries of Technoscience Salon - Clouds

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Je., Sep. 26, 2013, 4:00pm

Please join us for the first Technoscience Salon event.

Event:: CLOUDS
When:: Thursday, September 26, 4-6 pm
Where:: Sidney Smith 2098, 100 St. George St, University of Toronto

Salon Theme :: This year’s Salon invites participants to craft and share critical itineraries that respond to the political urgencies of lives and worlds altered by colonialism and expanding global capitalism. While recognizing how technoscience is deeply implicated in violence, how might we also attend to the non-hegemonic possibilities, alters, and elsewheres that are within technoscience? Read our provocation here:

Opening Provocations:: Michelle Murphy (University of Toronto), Shiho Satsuka (University of Toronto) and Sebastián Gil-Riaño (University of Toronto)

Conversation:: Celia Lowe (University of Washington)

Discussants:: Adriel Weaver (University of Toronto), Johanna Pokorny (University of Toronto) Chair: Bretton Fosbrook (York University)

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The Salon is organized out of the Technoscience Research Unit located in the Women and Gender Studies Institute at the University of Toronto. The Salon is funded by the Toronto Node of the SSHRC Situating Science Research Cluster Grant and is generously supported by the Institute of Science and Technology Studies at York University and the Institute of History and Philosophy of Science and Technology at University of Toronto. We also acknowledge the History Department for providing meeting space.