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Fall 2002 Weekly Brown Bag Lunch Discussion

"The Culture of Science"

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

On Line Forum for continuing discussion


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

Schedule and Discussion Links

11 SeptemberRalph Kuncl (Biology, Provost)The Balkanization of Science
18 SeptemberSamamtha Glazier (Chemistry, Keck Fellow)Isolation, Persuasion, and Conviction: Sustaining the Culture of Science
25 SeptemberTed Wong (Biology, Computational Modelling)Metaphor, Metonymy, and the Two Sciences
2 OctoberRob Wozniak (Psychology)Methods of Inquiry across Disciplines
9 OctoberKatherine Rowe (English, Early Modern Studies)Science, Culture, and Time
23 OctoberTomomi Kinukawa (History of Science, Mellon Fellow)The Scientist's Body
30 OctoberPanama Geer (Mathematics and Computer Science, Keck Fellow)Decentralization and Self-Organization: Not Just for Ants
6 NovemberMichael Tratner (English)An Anatomy of Cultural Studies Methods: Can They Be Used to Study the Culture of Science?
13 NovemberChris Couples (UNIX systems administrator for the sciences) The Political Practice of the Sys-Admin
20 November Kris Tapp (Math, Keck Fellow)Philosophies of Mathematics
6 December
Judith Houck (Assistant Professor @ University of Wisconsin-Madison, in Medical History, Women's Studies, History of Science, Center of Women's Health and Women's Health Research)Menopause: Why Scientists Should Care About History
11 DecemberPaul Grobstein (Biology, Center for Science in Society) Philosophies of Science: A View From the Brain

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