DIS/ENTANGLING TECHNOSCIENCE – 8th STS Italia Conference
17 June 2021 - 19 June 2021
All Day CEST
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NEWSERA will join the 8th STS Italia Conference next week, happening online on the Conference website.
The NEWSERA Consortium will guide events in Track 27 – Responsible and Inclusive Citizen Science. Comparing Initiatives and Assessing Impacts. Paolo Giardullo (University of Padova), Rosa Arias (Science for Change) and Leire Leguina Casas (Fundación Española para la Ciencia y la Tecnología) will act as convenors during the track dedicated to Citizen Science.
TRACK 27 – RESPONSIBLE AND INCLUSIVE CITIZEN SCIENCE. COMPARING INITIATIVES AND ASSESSING IMPACTS
27.1 Thursday, June 17, 16.00-17.30 CEST
- Antonella Passani, K. Hölscher, A. Janssen, J.M. Wittmayer – Developing a modular, flexible and scalable impactassessment framework for Citizen Science projects following a co-design approach
- Giovanni Maccani, Rosa Arias, Lucia Errandonea, Nora Salas – Why is it so important to measure the impact in CitizenScience Projects? The case of D-NOSES
- Benjamín Tejerina – Social impacts of participation in collaborative collective action in three cases of citizen science.
- Chiara Vassillo, Sergio Ulgiati, Amalia Zucaro – Urban Well-being Laboratories: a real case study in SMACC Project,Naples.
- Cléa Montanari, Felix Kwabena Donko, Mordechai Haklay, Liesbet Jacobs, Rosa Maria Mondardini – Agenda 2030’s, ‘Leave no one behind’, in citizen science?
- Saliha Hadna – Responsible research and innovation by knowledge co-production with citizens
- Michiel Van Oudheusden, Anna Berti Suman, Ine Van Hoyweghen – Unpacking values in and of citizen science: A conversation
The Conference is organized by the Italian Society of Science and Technology Studies, an organisation born in 2005 to build an Italian network of researchers interested in the social dynamics that interconnect science and technology themselves.
This year’s theme is “Dis/Entangling Technoscience. Vulnerability, Responsibility and Justice”:
The major theme refers to the complex and ambivalent role of technoscience and innovation in constituting societies – making possibilities flourish, but also creating new vulnerabilities. The conference will welcome empirical and theoretical contributions addressing diverse aspects of the social study of science, technology and innovation from different disciplines and fields, such as anthropology, economics, design, history, law, philosophy, political science, psychology, semiotics and sociology.