Science in Society

Bryn Mawr College

Archive of the 2002-2003 Weekly Brown Bag Lunch Discussion

2003-2004 Schedule Now Available

"The Science of Culture/The Culture of Science"

Thursdays, 12-1, Multicultural Center (229 Roberts Road).
Open to all ... contact Anne Dalke or Elizabeth McCormack for additional information.

Meetings will Resume in the Fall

On Line Forum for continuing discussion
Schedule and Discussion Links for Fall Semester, 2002

Sharon Burgmayer, An Image of Intersection
For an exhibit of earlier work see Transformation

Schedule and Discussion Links

January 30Al Albano (Physics), Sharon Burgmayer (Chemistry), Peggy Hollyday (Biology)Diamond-Cutters, Net-Casters and Day-Dreamers: Differences among Scientists
February 6 Karen Tidmarsh (Dean's Office)A Dean's Perspective: Effects of the Culture of Science on Students
February 13 Katherine Park (Historian of Science, Harvard) Was There a Renaissance Body?
February 20Mark Lord (Theater) Tomomi's Dream: Embodying Our Disciplines
February 27 Doug Blank (Computer Science) Teaching Across the Genders
March 6 Joseph Disponzio (Cities) Changing Paradigms: Eighteenth-Century Natural Science and the Rise of Landscape Architecture
March 20 Dan Sarewitz, Managing Director and Senior Research Scholar,Center for Science, Policy and Outcomes, Columbia University, Washington DC Does Science Make You Happy?
March 27 Xenia Morin (Keck Fellow, Chemistry) Scientific Cultures at my House: Academic vs. Industrial Life Sciences
April 3 Yutian Wong (Mellon Fellow, Arts) Dancing Bodies, Pedagogy and Technology
April 10 Catherine Conybeare (Classical Studies) "Scientia" and "Cultura": The Origins and Development of these Words
April 17
Melissa Pashigian (Anthropology) Imparting the Social in Science
April 24Michael Krausz (Philosophy) Interpretation and its Objects

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