Posts Tagged ‘Annemarie Mol’

Annemarie Mol: “Relative realities, theoretical sensitivities”

4 November 2014

Annemarie Mol: “Relative realities, theoretical sensitivities”

Objects – What Matters? Confirmed speakers

2 December 2008

The list of speakers has been updated and confirmed on the CRESC website for the Objects – What Matters? Conference in Manchester on 1-4 September 2009. They are: Mario Biagioli (Harvard University); Patricia Clough (City University of New York); Avery Gordon (University of California, Santa Barbara); Graham Harman (American University Cairo); Annemarie Mol (University of Twente); Griselda Pollock (University of Leeds); Kathleen Stewart (University of Texas, Austin); and Michael T Taussig (Columbia University).

Annemarie Mol on what medicine is

21 October 2008

Annemarie Mol will be giving a talk entitled “What medicine is” at the Centre for the Study of Invention and Social Process (CSISP) at Goldsmiths from 4pm to 6pm on Thursday 6 November 2008. Here is a PDF flyer for the event. Further details are available on the CSISP website. The abstract is reproduced below.


Objects – What Matters? Call for papers

28 September 2008

The thing things (to cite Heidegger) and objects matter. The 2009 CRESC annual conference, Objects – What Matters? Technology, Value and Social Change, will review the object turn in social theory by focusing on the relationship between objects and value. The conference will take place in Manchester between 2-4 September 2009. Read the full call for papers and panel proposals here. According to the socializing finance blog keynote speakers will include Avery Gordon (UC Santa Barbara), Graham Harman (American University Cairo), Annemarie Mol (University of Twente), and Kathleen Stewart (University of Texas, Austin).

A turn to ontology in STS?

26 June 2008

A thought-provoking gathering took place yesterday (25 June 2008) at Oxford University, organised by the STS group at the James Martin Institute. “Is there a turn to ontology under way in Science and Technology Studies?” – asked the provocation piece written by Steve Woolgar and colleagues. Ted Schatzki, Mike Lynch, Noortje Marres, and Arie Rip laid out their thoughts in response, each presentation accompanied by the comments of two discussants. The papers and the comments can be downloaded from the Saïd Business School website. There are also additional comments by Annemarie Mol and John Law.