[Humanist] 28.403 cfp for articles in history & philosophy of technoscience
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Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 28, No. 403.
Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2014 13:59:08 +0000
From: Sophie Rudland <srudland at PICKERINGCHATTO.CO.UK>
Subject: CFP: History and Philosophy of Technoscience
History and Philosophy of Technoscience
There is a popular view that science discovers and technology applies, a view that is increasingly under threat. Technoscience refers to a growing number of fields such as nanotechnology, synthetic biology and climate studies where it is not possible to separate the scientific from the technological. This series addresses historical and philosophical issues surrounding technoscientific research and explores the rich and complex interconnection between science and technology, a connection that has been moulded by centuries of engagement with real-world problems.
Error and Uncertainty in Scientific Practice
Experiments in Practice
Philosophy, Computing and Information Science
The next title, Spaceship Earth in the Environmental Age, 1960-1990, will be published in December.
Send us a Proposal
To discuss an idea for a single-authored monograph or essay collection, please get in touch with the Series Editor, Alfred Nordmann (Darmstadt Technical University), or one of the Editorial Board: Hanne Andersen, Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent, Martin Carrier, Graeme Gooday, Don Howard, Ann Johnson, Cyrus Mody, Maureen O'Malley, Roger Strand or Nancy Tuana. You can also write to Sophie Rudland, Commissioning Assistant: srudland at pickeringchatto.co.uk<mailto:srudland at pickeringchatto.co.uk>
Details on what information we need in a proposal are on the website: http://www.pickeringchatto.com/publish/send-us-a-proposal
Please follow Sophie on twitter @CommissioningSR<https://twitter.com/CommissioningSR>
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