Panel 107 – Articulaciones sociales de las agendas científicas globales – #CLASCO2022

Tuesday June 07, 2022 – 14:30 a 16:30 hs | Facultad de Economía – UNAM [Salón multimedia 2]
Organiza: GT Ciencia y sociedad

Desde hace algunos decenios que las agendas científicas han adquirido un sentido global, sea por su estructura, sus fuentes de financiación o los desafíos complejos a las que están volcadas. Para ello las agendas desarrollan un conjunto de articulaciones con agentes heterogéneos y diferentes escalas. En este sentido resulta interesante indagar en los tipos de articulación con agentes sociales que provocan las agendas globales de investigación científica, sistemas nacionales o regionales de producción de conocimiento científico, normativas e institucionalidad científica, agentes sociales y étnicos y la consideración del territorio como un agente de producción de conocimiento.

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CFP: LA MIRADA CTS EN LA EDUCACIÓN

Deadline: July 30, 2022

La Revista Iberoamericana de Ciencia, Tecnología y Sociedad -CTS invita a la comunidad investigadora de la región a enviar artículos académicos sobre la relación entre los estudios CTS y la educación. Estos artículos serán evaluados por un comité editorial creado para tal fin e integrado por miembros del Consejo Editorial de la revista, miembros de su Comité Asesor y expertos invitados. Los trabajos seleccionados serán incluidos en un dossier que será publicado en el número 51 de CTS, con fecha de lanzamiento en noviembre de 2022.

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CFP: Cities, Architecture and Cultural heritages (Prague)

Event Date: June 28-30, 2023
Abstract Date: July 10, 2022

Call

2023 marks the twentieth anniversary of the UNESCO Convention on Cultural Heritage. It established culture as a concept to be safeguarded. That event came three decades after the World Heritage Convention. Through that, UNESCO had set up its World Heritage List of protect sites and buildings. The intervening years have seen multiple shifts in how we define heritage – as both material objects and social traditions. Today more than ever before, the distinction is blurred. The streets on which we live, the edifices we design and the monuments we protect are all connected to the lifestyles, traditions and social groupings we celebrate and safeguard.

What we mean by heritage today then, is an open and diverse question. Our buildings and environments, our cities and neighborhoods, our memorials and our artworks, our cultures and communities are all component parts of what we understand as ‘preservable’ history. The dynamics at play are however complex. Conserving architectural heritage can conflict with development models. Community traditions are threatened by globalization. Monuments are often focal points for cultural contestation. Archeological sites are valued in themselves and simultaneously erased by both the forces of conflict and ‘progress’.

However, the past and the present also overlap and mutually support. Placemaking sees built and cultural heritage as key to urban practice. Contextualization is central to planning laws. Museums are sites for communities and display. Heritage organsiations preserve buildings and educate the public. Galleries present historical art while debating meanings in contemporary terms.

Reflecting this scenario, this conference seeks papers on heritage from various standpoints: art and architecture historians concerned with preservation; architects and urban planners engaged with placemaking; cultural theorists and social historians documenting objects, places, people and events. Artists working with community and place. It welcomes case studies that are specific and place-based. It embraces theoretical frameworks that function globally. It is interested in variegated methods of research and analysis.

Although the event is international in its reach, it is also interested in the specifics of the Czech Republic. It stems from the Prague based project Then, Now and Always and uses its themes of museums and communities as a key strand. Other strands and themes are listed below and aim to bring in contributions from multiple fields.

Formats

  • In-person: Delegates can visit Prague and present live at the conference venue. In-person: (15-20 mins)
  • Zoom: We welcome live presentations via Zoom. Presenters are recommended to download the Zoom app. Zoom: (15-20 mins)
  • Pre-recorded:  Pre-recorded presentations or films will be available permanently on the AMPS Academic YouTube channel. Pre-recorded video: (15-20 mins)
  • Lightning Talks: For delegates wishing to present shorter presentations of their work. Subject to the level of interest. Lightning Talk: (5-6 mins)
  • Written papers: In all cases, delegates can present full written papers for inclusion in all associated conference publications. Written Papers: (3000 words)

Publications

The publishers that AMPS works with include UCL Press, Routledge Taylor & Francis, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Vernon Press, Libri Publishing and Intellect Books.

Conference outputs include the AMPS Proceedings Series, ISSN 2398-9467; Special Issue Publications of the academic journal Architecture_MPS ISSN 2020-9006; Books from this event will be developed by Intellect Books and Cambridge Scholars Publishing, with short films available on the AMPS Academic YouTube Channel.

Written papers are optional.  If submitted they should be 3,000 word length. Formatting instructions to follow after the conference. All papers are double- blind peer reviewed for the AMPS Conference Proceedings Series. Subject to review, selected authors will be invited to develop longer versions as articles in the academic journal Architecture_MPS or in specially produced conference books.

Submissions & Registration:

Registration Delegate Fee: $390 USD  |  Audience Fee: $190 USD

Queries: team@amps-research.com

Click to submit your abstract.

For more information: https://amps-research.com/conference/heritages-prague/

Source: https://www.4sonline.org/cfp-cities-architecture-and-cultural-heritages-prague/

CFP: Generation

Deadline: July 6, 2022

As STS practitioners, we grapple with the understanding that generating knowledge and ideas are always practices in becoming, unfinished, and multiple, never isolated. We are asked to think about the socio-technical, material-discursive, and political relations that generate some worlds and ideas, and exclude others. These multiple configurations speak of the inevitability of interdependence, relationality, permeability, and boundaries.

To think about generation in multiple senses means to think through the humble awareness of our indebtedness to other bodies, knowledges, histories, ecologies—as a part of a community in constant formation. This awareness can reflect in the ethics of our own praxis. It can inspire us to bring into conversation different generations and sensitivities of STS. It can also speak of the knowledges and material practices that shape memories of past generations, and expectations and promises about future ones. It can mean asking what relations get remembered, what relations are maintained, and who is harmed or excluded in the process.

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CFP: NUEVOS ECOSISTEMAS INTERPANDEMIA

Deadline: August 16, 2022

El Centro de Investigaciones Interdisciplinarias de la Facultad de Filosofía de la Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro Y El Laboratoire d’Estudes Romanes perteneciente a la Universidad de Paris 8 convocan a investigadores, docentes y cuerpos académicos articulados con la antropología, la historia, la filosofía, la sociología y todas aquellas áreas del conocimiento vinculadas a las humanidades a participar con trabajos originales de investigación para ser publicados a modo de capítulos en el libro:

NUEVOS ECOSISTEMAS INTERPANDEMIA: Retos y posibilidades desde las humanidades.

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