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TUESDAY, AUGUST, 19 001. 4S Publications Meeting 1:00 to 3:00 pm Biblioteca: Biblioteca 002. 4S Council Meeting 3:00 to 6:00 pm Biblioteca: Biblioteca 003. Registration 4:00 to 7:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Lobby WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, 20 004. Knowledge, Struggle, Transition 8:30 to 10:30 am Biblioteca: Biblioteca Chair: Joaquim Toledo Jr, Unicamp Participants: Rethinking collective tacit knowledge Xiao Tan, Sun Yat-Sen University Research in transition - The birth of transition research in a Flemish technological research organization Robby Berloznik, Flemish Institute for Technological Research The transformations of the naval section of the technological research institute: learning and institutional evolution Lucas Rodrigo Silva, University of Campinas (UNICAMP); Leda Maria Caira Gitahy, UNICAMP The struggle for attention space: neopragmatism as an intellectual movement Joaquim Toledo Jr, Unicamp Struggles of discourses on forest conservation and management in Spain and the shaping of future human-forests relationships Mireia Pecurul-Botines, Sustainable Research Institute. University of Leeds 005. Engaged STS in Engineering 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Borges Chair: Rodrigo Ribeiro, Federal University of Minas Gerasi - Brazil Participants: Regulating or increasing production variability? The role of industrial operators in the prescriptive versus practice-based approaches to work Samira Lima, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG; Rodrigo Ribeiro, Federal University of Minas Gerasi - Brazil; Francisco de Paula Antunes Lima, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG Two forms of life and the real world: Contributions and Limits of Design and Operational Practices in the Redesign of an Industrial Furnace Saulo Costa Val de Godoi, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG; Rodrigo Ribeiro, Federal University of Minas Gerasi - Brazil The Role of Experience in Perception Rodrigo Ribeiro, Federal University of Minas Gerasi - Brazil El Programa Ingeniería 2030: Kit para Armar Un Nuevo Ingeniero Juan Felipe ESPINOSA CRISTIA, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso 006. Dynamics in Engineering Practices 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin Chairs: Andrés Felipe Valderrama Pineda, Aalborg University Anders Buch, Aalborg University Participants: What Are the ‘Practices’ in Engineering Practice? Anders Buch, Aalborg University Software engineering practices in the transition between education and work life Vivian Anette Lagesen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology Multiple design practices Søsser Brodersen, Department of Development and Planning, Aalborg University; Rikke Premer Petersen, Aaulborg University, Department of Development and Planning; Ulrik Jørgensen, Aalborg University Administración del Conocimiento: Disciplina ineludible o práctica alternativa para la adopción del enfoque de procesos Maria del Pilar Trujillo Andrade, Instituto Politécnico Nacional - UPIICSA; Angel Rivera, Instituto Politécnico Nacional - UPIICSA Waste Incineration Controversy in China: Contesting Technologies and Negotiating Rights Jieying Zhang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong 007. Engineering Education in Action 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Dalí Chair: Jingjin Wang, STS, Tsinghua University Participants: Searching the human face of computer science curricula in Brazil Miguel Jonathan, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro Education of Engineering Literacy for Non-Engineers Kiyoshi SHIBATA, Chiba Institute of Technology Techno-cosmopolitanism as ideology and pedagogy: Learning social division in a connected age Christo Sims, University of California, San Diego Redrawing the Map: Engineering Education in Twentieth Century China Jingjin Wang, STS, Tsinghua University; Bing Liu, Tsinghua University Engineering Ethics in Japan: Its Retrospect and Prospect Hidekazu Kanemitsu, Kanazawa Institute of Technology 008. Engineers, Technology and Society 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Miró Chair: Caroline baillie, UWA Participants: Engineering and Social Justice Donna Riley, Smith College Engineering and Sustainable Community Development Juan Lucena, Colorado School of Mines; Jen Schneider, Colorado School of Mines; Jon Leydens, Colorado School of Mines Engineering and War: Militarism, Ethics, Institutions, Alternatives Michael Levine, UWA; Dean Nieusma, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Ethan Blue, UWA Engineers, Society, and Sustainability Sarah Bell, University College London The Garbage Crisis: A Global Challenge for Engineers Caroline baillie, UWA; Randika Jayasinghe, University of Western Australia; Toni Smythe, UWA; Usman Mushtaq, Queens University Estado, ingeniería y territorio: el Ministerio de Obras Públicas

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TUESDAY, AUGUST, 19 001. 4S Publications Meeting

1:00 to 3:00 pm Biblioteca: Biblioteca

002. 4S Council Meeting 3:00 to 6:00 pm Biblioteca: Biblioteca

003. Registration 4:00 to 7:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Lobby

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, 20 004. Knowledge, Struggle, Transition

8:30 to 10:30 am Biblioteca: Biblioteca Chair:

Joaquim Toledo Jr, Unicamp Participants:

Rethinking collective tacit knowledge Xiao Tan, Sun Yat-Sen University

Research in transition - The birth of transition research in a Flemish technological research organization Robby Berloznik, Flemish Institute for Technological Research

The transformations of the naval section of the technological research institute: learning and institutional evolution Lucas Rodrigo Silva, University of Campinas (UNICAMP); Leda Maria Caira Gitahy, UNICAMP

The struggle for attention space: neopragmatism as an intellectual movement Joaquim Toledo Jr, Unicamp

Struggles of discourses on forest conservation and management in Spain and the shaping of future human-forests relationships Mireia Pecurul-Botines, Sustainable Research Institute. University of Leeds

005. Engaged STS in Engineering 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Borges Chair:

Rodrigo Ribeiro, Federal University of Minas Gerasi - Brazil Participants:

Regulating or increasing production variability? The role of industrial operators in the prescriptive versus practice-based approaches to work Samira Lima, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG; Rodrigo Ribeiro, Federal University of Minas Gerasi - Brazil; Francisco de Paula Antunes Lima, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG

Two forms of life and the real world: Contributions and Limits of Design and Operational Practices in the Redesign of an Industrial Furnace Saulo Costa Val de Godoi, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG; Rodrigo Ribeiro, Federal University of Minas Gerasi - Brazil

The Role of Experience in Perception Rodrigo Ribeiro, Federal University of Minas Gerasi - Brazil

El Programa Ingeniera 2030: Kit para Armar Un Nuevo Ingeniero Juan Felipe ESPINOSA CRISTIA, Pontificia Universidad Catlica de Valparaso

006. Dynamics in Engineering Practices 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin

Chairs: Andrs Felipe Valderrama Pineda, Aalborg University Anders Buch, Aalborg University

Participants: What Are the Practices in Engineering Practice? Anders Buch,

Aalborg University Software engineering practices in the transition between

education and work life Vivian Anette Lagesen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Multiple design practices Ssser Brodersen, Department of Development and Planning, Aalborg University; Rikke Premer Petersen, Aaulborg University, Department of Development and Planning; Ulrik Jrgensen, Aalborg University

Administracin del Conocimiento: Disciplina ineludible o prctica alternativa para la adopcin del enfoque de procesos Maria del Pilar Trujillo Andrade, Instituto Politcnico Nacional - UPIICSA; Angel Rivera, Instituto Politcnico Nacional - UPIICSA

Waste Incineration Controversy in China: Contesting Technologies and Negotiating Rights Jieying Zhang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

007. Engineering Education in Action 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Dal Chair:

Jingjin Wang, STS, Tsinghua University Participants:

Searching the human face of computer science curricula in Brazil Miguel Jonathan, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Education of Engineering Literacy for Non-Engineers Kiyoshi SHIBATA, Chiba Institute of Technology

Techno-cosmopolitanism as ideology and pedagogy: Learning social division in a connected age Christo Sims, University of California, San Diego

Redrawing the Map: Engineering Education in Twentieth Century China Jingjin Wang, STS, Tsinghua University; Bing Liu, Tsinghua University

Engineering Ethics in Japan: Its Retrospect and Prospect Hidekazu Kanemitsu, Kanazawa Institute of Technology

008. Engineers, Technology and Society 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Mir Chair:

Caroline baillie, UWA Participants:

Engineering and Social Justice Donna Riley, Smith College Engineering and Sustainable Community Development Juan

Lucena, Colorado School of Mines; Jen Schneider, Colorado School of Mines; Jon Leydens, Colorado School of Mines

Engineering and War: Militarism, Ethics, Institutions, Alternatives Michael Levine, UWA; Dean Nieusma, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Ethan Blue, UWA

Engineers, Society, and Sustainability Sarah Bell, University College London

The Garbage Crisis: A Global Challenge for Engineers Caroline baillie, UWA; Randika Jayasinghe, University of Western Australia; Toni Smythe, UWA; Usman Mushtaq, Queens University

Estado, ingeniera y territorio: el Ministerio de Obras Pblicas

de la Nacin en Argentina Anahi Ballent, Instituto de Estudios de la Ciencia y la Tecnologa. Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Argentina

Discussant: Carl Mitcham, Colorado School of Mines

009. Imagining Energy Futures 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere Chair:

Monamie Bhadra, Arizona State University Participants:

The Solar Haj: Moroccos Role in Mediterranean Energy Integration Sharlissa Moore, Arizona State University

Carbon Markets, Forests, and the Re-Imagination of the Global Chad Monfreda, Arizona State University

Forging necessary political fictions through nuclear energy in India Monamie Bhadra, Arizona State University

Expectant support: Technoscientists making a post carbon public Sara Heidenreich, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim

Publics making sense of energy dialogues Henrik Karlstrm, Norwegian University of Science and Technology; Knut H Srensen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

How publics make publics: Othering as an energy transitions logic Heidrun m, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU); Vivian Anette Lagesen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Discussants: Shobita Parthasarathy, University of Michigan Clark Miller, Arizona State University

010. Inter-cultural Communication Within and Beyond Science and Technology 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I Chair:

Tiago Ribeiro Duarte, University of Braslia Participants:

Mediating communication: Trust, interactional expertise, and the fractal model Tiago Ribeiro Duarte, University of Braslia

Probing the social boundaries of scientific knowledge: the heartlands and hinterlands of physics Luis Ignacio Reyes-Galindo, Cardiff University

The Distinction Between Experts and Non-Experts: Methodological Consequences for Research in Science Communication Aline Guevara Villegas, Institute of Nuclear Sciences National Autonomous University of Mexico

Innermost and Outermost Scientific Communication: Different or Analogous Processes? Carina Cortassa, Centro REDES

An Intercultural STS Approach to the Troubles of Marginalized Youth Roberto Domingo Toledo, INSHEA, France

011. Laboratory Experiments: Alternatives and Dynamics 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II Chairs:

Luciana de Souza Leao, Columbia University Margarita Rayzberg, Northwestern

Participants: The taste bud and the form. Ethnography of sensory labs

Thomas Vangeebergen, FNRS-Universit de Lige/ CSI -

Ecoles des Mines Randomized Evaluations in the making Luciana de Souza Leao,

Columbia University American Behavioral Scientists, Taiwanese Technocrats, and

Social Laboratory of Fertility Control in the 1960s Yu-Ling Huang, State University of New York at Binghamton

A mobilizao do saber em atividades repetitivas na indstria txtil Vitor Guilherme Carneiro Figueiredo, UNIFEI; Michelle Karine Figueiredo, 3186237491; Leonardo Gonalves, UFMG

Epistemologas sociales y modelos de experimentacin Mara Soledad Lpez, Universidad Nacional de La Plata - Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educacin

Science in Captivity Cristina Visperas, UCSD 012. Fermentation / Fermentacin

8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart Chairs:

Heather Paxson, MIT Deborah Heath, Lewis & Clark College

Participants: Germs, homes and health: Keeping bacteria at bay in Canada

Carlos Novas, Carleton University Narrating Fermentation: American Scientists Tell of the

Good, as well as the "Bad," Microbes that Make Cheese Heather Paxson, MIT

When Yeasts Waste is Humans Energy: Paradox in a Brazilian Biofuel Fermentation Lab Nicole Labruto, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Vines, Wines and Qualisigns: Vineyard and Cellar Biogeographies Deborah Heath, Lewis & Clark College

013. Real/Virtual Injury 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso Chair:

Marisa Brandt, UCSD Participants:

The Remediation of Killing: Drone Warfare from Secrecy to Social Media Peter Asaro, New School University

The Ultimate Skinner Box? How Therapists Explain Using Virtual Reality to Treat Military PTSD Marisa Brandt, UCSD

War going Virtuous: between the Virtual and the Simulacra Alcides Eduardo dos Reis Peron, Campinas State University; Rafael Dias, Campinas State University

War Becoming Real: Configuring the interface in training simulation Lucy Suchman, Lancaster University

Discussant: Kenneth MacLeish, Center for Medicine, Health and Society

014. In Search of "Lines of Flights" with / in / to / for / by Latin America and Elsewhere 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela Chair:

Ivan da Costa Marques, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Participants: O conceito de Cincia e Cidadania presente nas escolas

brasileiras. Elika Takimoto, CEFET-RJ; Antonio Augusto Videira, UERJ

Quipu Revista Latinoamericana de Histria de las Ciencias y la Tecnologia: comunidade epistmica Mrcia Regina Barros da Silva, Universidade de So Paulo - USP

O que os Estudos CTS podem fazer com e para o Brasil? Uma resposta antropofgica e alguns exemplos Ivan da Costa Marques, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Laboratrios Tupiniquins: Produzindo Moedas, Culturas e Outros Bichos Luiz Arthur Silva de Faria, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro - UFRJ

Inscries do futuro: fico cientfica e teoria ator-rede Walter Eler Couto, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso; Dolores Galindo, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso

Controvrsias da rede sociotcnica do biodiesel no Brasil Daniela Alves, Universidade Federal De Viosa

015. Combining scientometrics and indexes with studies on gender in science 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi Chair:

Anne-Sophie Godfroy, Science Norms Decision (university Paris Sorbonne & CNRS)

Participants: Participacin de mujeres cientficas en la qumica colombiana

(1971-1999) Roy Waldhiersen Morales Prez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia; Yuri Jack Gmez Morales, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Creating Pregnant Lived Body and Feminist Subjects YU O YANG, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Indexes and indicators: Translating the real world into numbers creates a new social reality. The GenderTime case Anne-Sophie Godfroy, Science Norms Decision (university Paris Sorbonne & CNRS)

Perceptions of the Work Environment in Universities and National Research Institutes: The Role of Gender and Bureaucracy in Three Low-Income Countris Paige Miller, University of Wisconsin, River Falls; Antony Palackal Varghese, Loyola College of Social Sciences; Mark Schafer, Louisiana State University; Wesley Shrum, Louisiana State University

Dissecting Scientific Collaboration Motives of Indian Immigrant Faculty in the United States Meghna Sabharwal, The University of Texas at Dallas; Roli Varma, University of New Mexico

Deteccin y anlisis de comunidades bibliogrficas en las publicaciones CTS de Latinoamrica Daniela De Filippo, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

016. Locating Science, Policy and Indigeneity in the Americas 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi Participants:

Arctic Medicine, Epidemiology, and Eskimo Blood: The Beginnings of Indigenous Biomedical Communities in Alaska Tess Lanzarotta, Yale University

Decolonizing Medical Practice: Activist Critiques and New State Projects in Bolivia Gabriela Morales, Yale University

Training the Anthropologist: Xavante Interlocutors and Research Roles in Brazilian Anthropology Rosanna Dent, University of Pennsylvania

Vulnerable Populations: Sovereignty and Science in Arctic Alaska Jennifer Brown, University of Pennsylvania

Knowledge co-production on territories with stakeholders to act

for sustainability Roberto Cittadini, Labintex INTA Argentina / UMR Innovation, INRA, France; Claire Ruault, GERDAL, FRANCE; Christophe Soulard, UMR Innovation, INRA, France

017. The human body in advanced biomedicine: transformative trials, experimental practices 11:00 to 1:00 pm Biblioteca: Biblioteca Chairs:

Paul Just, University of Vienna, Dpt. of Political Science/Life Science Governance (LSG) Research Platform Christian Haddad, University of Vienna

Participants: Autologous biopolitics: governing the experimental use of

patient-own stem cells Christian Haddad, University of Vienna

Travelling through brain/histories: bio-objects in clinical research trials Paul Just, University of Vienna, Dpt. of Political Science/Life Science Governance (LSG) Research Platform

Public participation and self-care practices: How runners negotiate medical expertise in the everyday management of injury Patricia Campbell, University of Calgary/Red Deer College

Competition over Expert Authority in the New Field of Human IVF Jung-Ok Ha, Seoul National University

Discussant: Kaushik Sunder Rajan, University of Chicago

018. Theorizing STS from the Southern Cone: The Geopolitics of Science in the Global South 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Borges Participants:

International, regional or local economic liberalism? Political economy and international experts in Latin America, 1850-1890 Jimena Caravaca, IDES-CIS-CONICET

Antipsychiatry in Transit: Hippie Communes, Postcolonial Laboratories, and Cultural Imperialism in Cold War Argentina Marco Antonio Ramos, Yale University

A historical perspective on university psychology curricula in Argentina: A recent look at major authors and theories Eugenia Gonzlez, UNCuyo-UNCrdoba-CONICET

The diagnosis of psychosis in Argentina: from ideas to practices (1895-1930) Alejandra Golcman, ISES-IDES/UNGS-CONICET

Discussant: P. Sean Brotherton, Yale University

019. Unmaking Gender 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin Participants:

You Talkin to Me?: Visualizing the Student in Science Education Comics Erika Cheng, University of California, San Diego

Hatsune Miku and the Design of the Virtual Pop Star Thomas Conner, University of California, San Diego

This is Just Practice! Womens Work in a Time of Revolt Joan Marie Donovan, University of California San Diego

Of foreigners and females. Performing embodied identities in scopic media Niklas Woermann, SDU Odense, Uni of

Constance; Heiko Kirschner, University of Dortmund Germany

020. Medicine, Politics, and the Struggle with Sex I 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Dal Chair:

Cassandra J Wells, University of British Columbia Participants:

Rejuvenation and the beginnings of the Chilean endocrinology as a problem of sex, gender and eugenics. Marcelo Snchez, Universidad de Chile

Sex Transformations as Side Effect: Renegotiating Sexed Life with Steroids Sari Irni, University of Tampere, Finland

Sex Testing and the Science of Human Improvement Cassandra J Wells, University of British Columbia

Testosterone trafficking and care networks Esther Ortega, Santiago de Compostela University

Economy and Eros: Sexual Ideology as Cultural Technology Kirk Fiereck, Columbia University / University of Pennsylvania

021. Os desafios para a filosofia no sculo XXI 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Mir Chair:

Rossano Rosario Pecoraro, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO)

Participants: O filsofo da cincia como sujeito do verbo estudar Maria

Helena Silva Soares, UERJ Tcnica em Heidegger e a leitura de Sloterdijk. Evandro

Bilibio, UFFS - Universidade Federal da Fronteira Sul Condio Humana e Tecnologia: um estudo sobre as filosofias

de Andrew Feenberg, Hans Jonas, Hannah Arendt e Giogio Agamben. Priscilla Cavalcante Normando, Universidade de Braslia - Observatrio do Movimento pela Tecnologia Social na Amrica Latina (OBMTS/UnB)

Filosofia, Bos e Poder na era da Biotecnologia Rossano Rosario Pecoraro, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO)

Los mitos transmitidos por la enseanza de las ciencias: una reconstruccin de las nociones ingenuas sobre la naturaleza de las ciencias a partir de la filosofa de la ciencia. loreto mora muoz, universidad nacional autnoma de mxico

022. Anthropology and STS: Dis/Encounters and Potential South-North Exchanges 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere Chair:

Gary Downey, Virginia Tech Participants:

Thinking Through Disaster: STS in Late Industrialism Kim Fortun, RPI

Forecasts and Controversies in the Ontogenesis of Climatic Realities Renzo Taddei, Federal University of So Paulo

Cultural Critique, Catachresis, and Coming to Care Mike Fortun, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Modeling Amazonian Environments: some considerations on the science-policy interface in Brazil Marko Alves Monteiro, State University of Campinas

Articulating STS in Contemporary Indian Contexts Aalok

Khandekar, Maastricht University From Technical Rationalities to Sociotechnical Relationalities

Luis Felipe Rosado Murillo, UCLA Excessive Meshworks Sharon Traweek, UCLA

Discussants: Claudia Lee Williams Fonseca, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil Michael MJ Fischer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

023. A circulao de ideias e a produo do conhecimento entre pases: filantropia, convnios e colaborao internacional no desenvolvimento da C&T 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I Chair:

Priscila Faulhaber-Barbosa, Museum of Astronomy and Related Sciences (Brazil)

Participants: Ciencia, Tecnologa y Progreso entre Estados Unidos y Chile a

inicios del siglo XX Miguel Muoz, Universidad Tecnolgica Metropolitana

Entre a Clnica e o Laboratrio: Fundao Rockefeller, Filantropia e Prticas Cientficas Minas Gerais, 1917 1949 Paloma Porto Silva, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

The global creation of Latin American mathematics in the mid-twentieth century Michael Jeremy Barany, Princeton University, Program in History of Science

The Institute of Social Science and boundary demarcations Priscila Faulhaber-Barbosa, Museum of Astronomy and Related Sciences (Brazil)

Demography, Global Capitalism, and the Geopolitical Order after World War II Emily Rose Merchant, University of Michigan

024. Psicologa y Los Estudios en Ciencia, Tecnologa y Sociedad (CTS) I 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II Chair:

Catriel Fierro, Facultad de Psicologa - Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata

Participants: A multiplicidade das prticas psicolgicas:seguindo as pistas de

uma Diviso de Psicologia Aplicada Arthur Arruda Leal Ferreira, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Bruno Foureaux Figueredo, UFRJ

Un acercamiento desde la Psicologa del Aprendizaje a la Comunicacin pblica de la ciencia Astrid Bengtsson, Centro Atmico Bariloche-Instituto Balseiro

Psicologa, autoayuda y subjetividad. El caso de la Terapia Cognitiva Conductual Nicols Viotti, CONICET; Korman Guido Pablo, CONICET-UBA

Cartografia de uma Guerra Psi: Sobre a Possibilidade de Dilogo entre Diferentes Psicologias Natalia Barbosa Pereira, UFRJ

Las vicisitudes locales-globales del riesgo psicosocial para la regulacin del trabajo Hernan Camilo Pulido-Martinez, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana; Luz Mery Carvajal Marin, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana

025. Revisiting closure, stabilisation and black boxing through unfinished artefacts I 11:00 to 1:00 pm

Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart Chairs:

Peter Dunajcsik-Maxigas, IN3/UOC, Metatron Research Unit Nelly Oudshoorn, University Twente

Participants: Open Source Experiments: How to Open the Tangible World?

Christoph Schneider, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute for Technology Assessment and Systems Analysis

Revisiting closure, stabilisation and blackboxing: Peer production of Unfinished Artefacts Peter Dunajcsik-Maxigas, IN3/UOC, Metatron Research Unit

Whats in a password? Redefining technical solidarity through decentralized data storage Francesca Musiani, MINES ParisTech; Melanie Dulong de Rosnay, Institut des Sciences de la Communication du CNRS

Free Software developers' organizational culture Matheus Guimares Mello, Universidade Federal de Gois

Difusin y organizacin de comunidades de software libre en Argentina Agustn Zanotti, CIECS UNC-CONICET

Peer production and academia: faculty perceptions and practices about Wikipedia Eduard Aibar, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

026. Biovalue and Biocapital: Critiques, Rethinks and Futures I 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso Participants:

Biopolitics, surplus population and multinational mining megaprojects Isabella Alves Lamas, Centre for Social Studies - University of Coimbra

Global Biopolitics of Multiple Embryo Transfer Chia-Ling Wu, National Taiwan University

Rethinking value in the bio-economy: Assetization, corporate governance and materiality Kean Birch, York University

Risks and Myths: Recurring Histories for Life Science Futures Mark Robinson, Princeton University

The "Beginnings of Human Life" to "Defining Death": National Bioethics Commissions, the Presidency, and Reprogenetics Policy in the US Erin Allyson Heidt-Forsythe, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park; Mark Major, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park

027. In Search of "lines of flights" with / in / to / for / by Latin America and Elsewhere II 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela Participants:

A batalha dos UNIX-compatveis brasileiros: todos contra o SOX Mrcia de Oliveira Cardoso, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

O Marketing e o automvel (FNM FIAT) Alfa Romeo 2300. Eduardo Nazareth Paiva, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Ivan da Costa Marques, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Cermica vermelha e minerao de argila no estado do Paran, Brasil: tecnologias, impacto ambiental e possibilidades de anlise Roberto Carlos Massei, Universidade Estadual do Norte do Paran/CCHE/Jacarezinho

Cuando la experticie supera al conocimiento legitimado. Hanta Virus controversial. Cristina Gabriela Flores, Universidad Nacional de la Patagonia Austral-Unidad Acadmica Caleta Olivia

Trust in Rules: Environment, Science and Law in Chile Javiera

Barandiaran, University of California, Santa Barbara Vulnerabilidade socioambiental e o arcabouo institucional-

legal da indstria do petrleo em Maca (RJ) Rafael Nogueira Costa, PPGMA, UERJ; Carlos Jos Saldanha Machado, FIOCRUZ

028. Beyond Hybrids and the Post-Colonial 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi Chair:

Wenda Bauchspies, Georgia Institute of Technology Participants:

Alternative Qi: Science and Spirit in the Making of Modern Chinese Medicine Ruth Rogaski, Vanderbilt University

Neither Donkey nor Horse The Medical Struggle over Chinas Modernity Sean Hsiang-lin Lei, Institute for Advanced Study & Academia Sinica, Taiwan

Multiple Encounters Between Science Holism and Chinese Medicine Volker Scheid, EASTmedicine Research Centre, University of Westminster, London

The Southeast Asian Infrastructure for Transnational Biomedicine Ara Wilson, Duke University

029. Genomics and Justice: Meaningless or Revolutionary? 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi Participants:

The Postgenomic Condition: Meaningless Genomes, Just Societies Jenny Reardon, University of California, Santa Cruz

Genomic Justice in South Africa Noah Tamarkin, Ohio State University

Making Genocide Visible: Forensic DNA, indigeneity, and competing frames of justice Lindsay Adams Smith, University of New Mexico

Genetic Ancestry Testing and the Pursuit of Reparations for Chattel Slavery Alondra Nelson, Columbia University

Discussant: Tania Prez Bustos, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana

030. Scientific Technique in the Shaping of Criminal Justice Knowledge, Practice and Expertise 2:00 to 4:00 pm Biblioteca: Biblioteca Chairs:

Jacqueline Tombs, Glasgow Caledonian University Mary Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania

Participants: Sexual assault and the constitution of medico-legal expertise:

power, dynamics and variability at the nexus of science, medicine and law Lesley McMillan, Glasgow Caledonian University; Deborah White, Trent University

Abstract title: Technologies of Risk, Sentencing and Justice Jacqueline Tombs, Glasgow Caledonian University

Rehabilitating sex offenders? Pedophilia and the dilemmas of sexual identity Rose Corrigan, Drexel University

La ciencia y la justicia en el desarrollo sostenible/Science, Justice, and Sustainable Development Jairo Puente Bruges, Universidad Industrial de Santander, Universidad Santo Tomas, Colombia

Aristas de la justicia: un dialogo interdisciplinario entre la Filosofa y los ESOCITE/ Faces of Justice: Towards an interdisciplinary dialogue between philosophy and STS Javier Aguirre, Universidad Industrial de Santander,

Colombia; Rachel Tillman, SUNY Stony Brook Discussants:

Rose Corrigan, Drexel University Mary Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania Jenny Reardon, University of California, Santa Cruz Brian Wynne, University of Lancaster

031. New Designs for Engagement: Theories and Practices of Material Deliberation 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Borges Participants:

Triggering Tempered Futures: Temporality in Public Engagement with Urban Nanotechnology Cynthia Selin, Arizona State University

participatory Technology Assessment (pTA) as Technological Wayfinding Gretchen L Gano, Arizona State University

(Urban) Politics and Obduracy: Persistent Power and Resistant Technologies Jathan Sadowski, Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes; Cynthia Selin, Arizona State University

Mediating Futurescapes: A Visual Methodology for Public Engagement with Sociotechnical Futures Carlo Andres Altamirano, Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes

Place, Space and Hope in the Interstitial City Roopali Phadke, Macalester College

Images as Authoritative Knowledge in Public Engagement with Emerging Technologies Kathryn D de Ridder-Vignone, Cornell University

032. Patrones de carreras cientficas y tecnolgicas y productividad I 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin Chair:

Mara Guillermina D'Onofrio, MINCYT and University of Buenos Aires

Participants: Posiciones acadmicas: una oportunidad para los jvenes

doctores? Alejandro Canales, Research Institute of the University and education UNAM55; Mery Hamui, Universidad Autnoma Metropolitana-A

Perfil Profesional Bsico o Aplicado y Produccin Cientfica en Bilogos Moleculares y Biotecnlogos Argentinos Mara Guillermina D'Onofrio, MINCYT and University of Buenos Aires; Cynthia Jeppesen, CONICET; Juan D. Rogers, School of Public Policy, Georgia Tech

Movilidad en el desarrollo de recursos humanos en la ciencia en Mxico Eduardo Robles Belmont, IIMAS, UNAM

Evaluando la formacin cientfica durante la carrera de grado de arqueologa (UBA) Mara Jos Figuerero, Instituto de Arqueologa, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Catriel Greco, Facultad de Filosofa y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires

Quienes son los sujetos que hacen la ciencia? Ana Luisa Ponce, Universidad Veracruzana; Rubn Sampieri Cbal, Universidad Veracruzana

Discussant: Juan D. Rogers, School of Public Policy, Georgia Tech

033. Medicine, Politics, and the Struggle with Sex II 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Dal Chair:

Somjen Frazer, Columbia University Participants:

Intersex: a Medical Emergency or a Naturally Gendered Body? Roosa Toriseva, University of Tampere, Gender Studies

Facial Profiling: Race and the Body in U.S. Cosmetic Surgery Alka Menon, Northwestern University

Toward Buzzword Studies: Sexual Health and the Power of Buzz Steven Epstein, Northwestern University; Laura Mamo, San Francisco State University

The social life of statistics in LGBTQ activism: Health discourse, quantification and political power Somjen Frazer, Columbia University

Lideranas femininas no contexto dos Institutos Nacionais de Cincia e Tecnologia (INCTs): primeiras aproximaes Elizabete Mayumy Kobayashi, Universidade Federal de So Carlos; Camila Carneiro Dias Rigolin, Federal University of So Carlos (UFSCAR), Brazil; Maria Cristina Innocentini Hayashi, Federal University of So Carlos (UFSCAR), Brazil; Carlos Roberto Massao Hayashi, Universidade Federal de So Carlos; Mrcia Regina Barros da Silva, Universidade de So Paulo - USP

034. Fluid praxis: performing, knowing and governing water 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Mir Participants:

Living Boundary Objects: constructed encounters with science, nature, and Herman the Sturgeon at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery Ashton Wesner, University of California, Berkeley

Mobilizing local knowledge and expert science in beaver-salmon worlds: Cases from California Cleo Woelfle-Erskine, University of California, Berkeley

The Social and Scientific Language of Water Management Kristan Cockerill, Appalachian State University

Contested science in the context of policymaking: the case of Brazilian policy on family agriculture and biodiversity conservation Maria Jos Teixeira Carneiro, Universidade federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro; Juliano Luis Palm, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro; Daniel Delatin, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro; Laila Sandroni, Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro

Las ontologas mltiples del agua y el mercurio en los acueductos comunitarios de Bogot, Colombia Edisson Aguilar Torres, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

035. La inclusin social en los estudios CTS+I 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere Chair:

Hernn Eduardo Thomas, Instituto de Estudios sobre la Ciencia y la Tecnologa - Universidad Nacional de Quilmes

Participants: La necesaria articulacin entre conocimiento, innovacin e

inclusin social Mariela Bianco, Universidad de la Repulbica, Uruguay

El dilogo necesario entre polticas de C&T, polticas de I+D+I y polticas sociales para lograr avances en la inclusin social Ronny Viales-Hurtado, Universidad de Costa Rica

Politicas de CTI, sistema nacional de innovacin y desarrollo inclusivo Gabriela Dutrnit, Universidad Atnoma Metropolitana/ Coordinadora de la Re LALICS

Tecnologas para la inclusin social: El factor sociocultural. MACARENA PERUSSET, UTN - FRBA

Discussant:

Tiago Santos Pereira, University of Coimbra 036. Ownership and Professionalism. Examples from Swedish

education and higher education, 1945-2010 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart Participants:

Professor's privilege: Patent policy and academic professionalism in 1940s Sweden Ingemar Pettersson, Uppsala university

Clotting processes: stabilization and destabilization of roles and organizations in the development of a treatment of Haemophilia Daniel Pr Normark, Karolinska institutet

: Misunderstanding the Merton thesis. The relationship between normative statements on science and work organization among junior faculty in two Swedish science departments Ylva Hasselberg, Uppsala university

Marketization and professionalism: the Introduction of Market Principles in the Swedish Primary and Secondary Education 1991-2014 Niklas Stenls, Uppsala University

037. Structure 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso Participants:

Health, Space, and the Profession of the Dean of Women in American Colleges (1890-1915) Carla Yanni, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

Structural Competency for Structural Disciplines: Universal Design education and epistemologies of evidence-based design Aimi Hamraie, Vanderbilt University

Some Women May Be Reluctant to Discuss Their Pain: Vulvar Incompetence at the NIH Christine Labuski, Virginia Tech

Threat Governmentality and Moral Injury: the structure of decision and the pathology of feeling in US military behavioral health Kenneth MacLeish, Center for Medicine, Health and Society

Breaking the Cycle? Circuits of development, testing, and exchange in new tuberculosis therapies Susan Craddock, University of Minnesota

Discussants: JuLeigh Petty, Vanderbilt University jonathan metzl, Vanderbilt University

038. Technologies, Translations and Borders 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela Chair:

Katherine Chandler, University of California, Berkeley Participants:

Jus Algoritmi: The NSA's Algorithmic Citizenship and Foreignness John Cheney-Lippold, University of Michigan

La llorona y la frontera: Mapping the border crossing of medicalized depression Angie Mejia, Syracuse University

Seeing the Voice Unknown: Representation of North Korean Refugees Jinhee Park, University of Southern California

Discussant: Jackie Orr, Syracuse University

039. Tecnologias, ambientes formativos e questes de identidade 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi Participants:

Ecos e repercusses dos processos formativos nas prticas docentes mediadas pelas tecnologias Moema Gomes Moraes, Centro de Pesquisa Aplicado Educao - UFG

OLPC no estado de Gois-Brasil: entre propsitos pedaggicos e prticas docentes Joana Peixoto, IFG; Adda Daniela Lima Figueiredo Echalar, Universidade Estadual de Gois

O cinema (des)construindo simblicos identitrios da mulher negra Jlio Csar dos Santos, Instituto Federal de Educao, Cincia e Tecnologia de Gois; Rosa Maria Berardo, Universidade Federal de Gois

Formao continuada de professores em dilogos interculturais virtuais Maria Cristina Lima Paniago, Universidade Catlica Dom Bosco

Redes sociais na educao: facebook como espao de formao continuada de professores Maysa De Oliveira Brum Bueno, Universidade Catlica Dom Bosco

040. Technoscientific Sensations 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi Participants:

Senses and Sciences of Fascia Joseph Dumit, UC Davis Sense and Sensation: Experiments in Plant Sentience Natasha

Myers, York University ?Moments in the Valuation of Sound: The Early History of

Synthesizers? Trevor Pinch, Cornell University Infrasound Underground: Listening to the Vibratory World

Sophia Roosth, Harvard University The Musique concrte of Nature: Underwater Listening and the

Acousmatic Predicament Alistair Sponsel, Vanderbilt University

Making Mathematics Manifest: Materialized Abstractions and Topological Practices Alma Steingart, MIT

041. "What is STS for? What are STS scholars for? Making and Doing in STS" 4:30 to 6:30 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat

042. Opening Reception and Tango Lessons 6:30 to 8:30 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Opera Foyer

THURSDAY, AUGUST, 21 043. Energy Innovation and Civil Society Action Between

Encouragement and Resistance 8:30 to 10:30 am Biblioteca: Biblioteca Chair:

Michael Ornetzeder, Austrian Academy of Sciences Participants:

Governing Atom: Governmentality and Struggles of Nuclear Politics in Taiwan Szu-hung Fang, Center for China Studies, National Chengchi University

Re-framing energy projects through dynamics of opposition movements and expert interest groups in South America Gloria Baigorrotegui, Universidad de Santiago de Chile

Emerging Business Models Constructing Green Buildings? Jran Solli, NTNU

Grassroots innovations for sustainable energy: What can we learn from historical cases? Michael Ornetzeder, Austrian Academy of Sciences; Harald Rohracher, IFZ - University of

Klagenfurt Social, technoscientific and politic struggles against PCB

pollution in France: socio-history of an insoluble problem. Aurlien Fron, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) - CERMES3, Paris

044. Corpses, Technologies, and Cultures 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Borges Chair:

Philip R Olson, Virginia Tech Participants:

Custody of the Corpse: Controlling Alkaline Hydrolysis in the US Philip R Olson, Virginia Tech

Urban Visions, Bodily Impurities, and the Cremation Movement in the American South, 1880 1910 Elaine LaFay, University of Pennsylvania

The Donated Cadaver: Accepting and Rejecting the Anatomical Gift Susan E Lederer, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health

Cultural Autopsy: Donated Bodies, Medical Technicians, and the Value of Humanness Stephanie Cruz, University of Washington

Coffins as Commons: Crowdfunded funerals, neoliberalism, and the gift economy Tamara Kneese, New York University

Everyone is a Diamond in the Rough Bryn Elizabeth Whiteley, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

045. Beyond Imported Magic: An International Discussion on STS and Latin America 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin Chair:

Eden Medina, Indiana University Participants:

From the Circulation of Skulls to the Circulation of Ideas: Forensic Anthropology Between Europe and the Americas in the late 19th Century Julia Rodriguez, University of New Hampshire

Who Invented Brazil? Henrique Luiz Cukierman, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Tropical Assemblage: The Soviet Large Panel in Cuba Hugo Palmarola, Pontificia Universidad Catlica de Chile (PUC) y Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico (UNAM); Pedro Ignacio Alonso, Pontificia Universidad Catlica de Chile

Nanotechnology Policies in Latin American Countries: Imported Magic or Local Adaptation? Matthieu Hubert, CONICET; Noela Invernizzi, Federal University of Parana; Dominique Vinck, University of Lausanne

Of Llamas, Incas, and Informatic Encounters: Discovery and Digital Futures in the Peruvian Andes Anita Chan, University of Illinois

A Review of History of Technology Scholarship on Latin America in Selected English-Language Journals Eden Medina, Indiana University

046. Polticas Pblicas de Ciencia, Tecnologa e Innovacin en el marco de los estudios sociales de ciencia y tecnologa I 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Dal Chair:

Natasa Loizou, Centro de Estudios de Historia de la Ciencia y de la Tcnica Jos Babini (UNSAM)

Participants: Da Destruio Criadora Criao Relacional: inovao em

petrleo e gs no Brasil Marconi Aurelio Silva, FACULDADES ASCES / UNIFAVIP

Polticas pblicas para o desenvolvimento do etanol brasileiro: tecnologia e assimetria entre os atores Altair Aparecido Oliveira Filho, University of Campinas - UNICAMP; Flvia Luciane Consoni, State University of Campinas

El efecto de la poltica en las encuestas de percepcin pblica de la CyT en Colombia Monica Salazar, Colombian Observatory of Science and Technology; Marcela Lozano Borda, Investigadora; Sandra Daza-Caicedo, Universidad de los Andes/Observatorio Colombiano de Ciencia y Tecnologa

Elites de Cincia e Tecnologia no Brasil: o caso do ParqTec Thales Novaes Andrade, UFSCar

Uma Proposta de Politica Pblica para o Consumo Consciente: Bienal Brasileira de Design - Curitiba Ken Flvio Ono Fonseca, Universidade Federal do Paran; Ana Leocadia de Souza Brum Donikian Gouveia, Centro Brasil Design; Leticia Castro Gaziri, Centro Brasil Design

047. Climate Variability, Climate Change and Public Policies in Community Development 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Mir Chair:

Oscar David Calvo Solano, Center for Geophysical Research Participants:

La gestin de polticas pblicas anticipadas a eventos extremos meteorolgicos Oscar David Calvo Solano, Center for Geophysical Research; Rafael Evelio Granados Carvajal, Center for Geophysical Research

Violent Natures: From Coercive Conservation to Climate Change in Africa Cassie M Hays, Gettysburg College

Cincia e mudanas climticas globais: a divulgao como ferramenta estratgica para novas prticas sociais Ana Paula Freire Artaxo, Instituto de Pesquisas Energticas e Nucleares

Of ice-bears and hockey-sticks. Visual Climate Change Communication in National Geographic and GEO. Dorothea Bernarda Born, University of Vienna

048. Pensando as imbricaes entre as cincias e as leis na coproduo de fatos 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere Chair:

Daniele Martins dos Santos, UFRJ - HCTE Participants:

Expertises e fronteiras entre cincia e direito: o caso da inconstitucionalidade da Lei de biossegurana no Brasil Israel Jesus Rocha, Universidade Federal da Bahia

Colees de material humano para uso em pesquisas: o debate ampliado sobre a construo da regulamentao de biobancos no Brasil Rosanita Ferreira Baptista, Universidade Federal da Bahia

Seguindo cientistas num tribunal: uma audincia pblica no STF. Daniele Martins dos Santos, UFRJ - HCTE

Abrindo caixas-pretas, produzindo contrafaes: os laudos periciais de Qumica Forense do SETEC/SR/DPF/RS Lucas Riboli Besen, PPGAS/UFRGS

Ciencia, legalidad y masividad en la definicin colectiva del

bullying como problema social en Chile Fernando Valenzuela, Universidad Andres Bello; Claudio Ramos Zincke, Universidad Alberto Hurtado

O FNM Joo Bobo e a Lei da Balana. Eduardo Nazareth Paiva, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

049. Good Science, Bad Science: Panics and Ethics Surrounding Stem Cell Technologies Around the Globe 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I Chair:

Aditya Bharadwaj, The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

Participants: Science in action: Of patients, physicians, and publics of stem

cell technologies in India Nayantara Sheoran, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

Beyond Good and Bad: stem cell research in Taiwan Jennifer A Liu, University of Waterloo

Episcience: The Biological and Epistemic Plasticity of Stem Cells in India Aditya Bharadwaj, The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

Good Science: the Ethical Choreography of Stem Cell Research. Charis Thompson, Gender & Women's Studies

Discussant: Nancy Chen, University of California Santa Cruz

050. Minority Report: The Fall and Rise of Critical Technology Studies 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II Chair:

Ben Brucato, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Participants:

Can Constructivism Have Politics? The Democratic Limits of Technological Possibilitarianism Taylor Dotson, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Ben Brucato, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Constitutionalist STS Broadening the fields research agenda Erik Aarden, Harvard University; luca marelli, University of Milan/IEO/SEMM; Ian McGonigle, University of Chicago; Sebastian Michael Pfotenhauer, MIT

Swadeshi as epistemology: Subaltern Technological Resistance in India Leon Angelo Morenas, School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi

Pricing the Priceless Spacecraft: Financial Relations and the Social Construction of Technology David Reinecke, Princeton University; Janet Vertesi, Princeton University

The Meanings of Matter. Problems and Perspectives of the New Materialism Thomas lemke, Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main

051. Ecologies and Material Politics of the Inorganic: Effects/Affects 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart Chairs:

Nerea Calvillo, Goldsmiths, University of London Manuel Tironi, Goldmisths, U of London / Pontificia Unversidad Catolica de Chile

Participants: Atmospheric excess: pollutants and affective regimes in

Puchuncav Manuel Tironi, Goldmisths, U of London / Pontificia Unversidad Catolica de Chile

Radioactive Excess and Toxic Citizenships in Africa Gabrielle Hecht, University of Michigan

Phosphorus ecologies in Loweswater Claire Waterton, Centre for the Study of Environmental Change (CSEC), Department of Sociology, Lancaster University

Can science literacy bring peoples relief when living with very low level radiation? Midori Aoyagi, National Institute for Environmental Studies

Of Licorice and Taps: the technological reconciliation of taste Christy Spackman, New York University

Discussant: Max Liboiron, Northeastern University

052. Procesos de inclusin social en la agricultura familiar. Programas de desarrollo, agroecologa, conocimientos heterogneos y seguridad alimentaria 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso Chair:

Roland Brouwer, CIP - International Potato Center Participants:

Orange-fleshed Sweetpotato: Promoting technical and behavioural change in volatile contexts Roland Brouwer, CIP - International Potato Center; Jan W. Low, International Potato Center

Conocimientos heterogneos, canales comerciales y polticas pblicas para la pequea agricultura familiar en Argentina Rocio Ceverio, Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata

Discussing conceptual frameworks and its agenda for politics in agri-biotechnology Pablo Ariel Pellegrini, Instituto de Estudios sobre la Ciencia y la Tecnologa, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes / CONICET

Gobernanza de la posible liberacin de maz GM en Mxico Michelle Chauvet, Universidad Autnoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco; Rosa Luz Gonzlez, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco

Assessing the performance of transgenic soybeans in Argentina: Informing or forming technological commitments? Anabel Marin, Cenit, Buenos Aires; Patrick van Zwanenberg, CENIT, Argentina

Discussant: Susana Brieva, Universidad Nacional de mar de plata

053. Anticipation, Anxiety and HPV Vaccine Politics. Global Tensions and Local Enactments 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela Chair:

Oscar Javier Maldonado Castaeda, Lancaster University Participants:

Guarding girls? HPV vaccine discourses impact on bodies and subjectivities Genevive Rail, Concordia University; Luisa Molino, Concordia University; Caroline Fusco, University of Toronto

At the center of the storm: Young women and the HPV vaccination Ali Hanbury, Lancaster University

You should feel like you do something good for yourself and for your health. Caring for healthy futures, good choices and girl subjectivities in HPV vaccination Lisa Maria Lindn, Department of Thematic Studies - Technology and Social Change, Linkping University

Disentangling disease and inequity: Vaccines, cancer and

politics of prevention in Colombia Oscar Javier Maldonado Castaeda, Lancaster University

A Transnational Scientific Circuit: Mexican and U.S. Type II Diabetes Research Collaborations Emily Elizabeth Vasquez, Columbia University

Discussant: Janice E Graham, Dalhousie University

054. Controversy Mapping using digital tools and methods in different academic contexts: South(s)-North(s) dialogs I 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi Chair:

Dbora de Carvalho Pereira, MediaLab Sciences Po Paris Participants:

Contgios entre redes e ruas: mapeando o #ProtestoRJ no Twitter Fernanda Glria Bruno, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Henrique Antoun, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Priscilla Calmon de Andrade, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Indexao colaborativa e mapeamento de controvrsias: possveis aproximaes Marina Pantoja Boechat, Escola de Comunicao da UFRJ

Cartografia de controvrsia do movimento ambientalista na internet: dilogos norte e sul Dbora de Carvalho Pereira, MediaLab Sciences Po Paris

Controversy mapping of a Unilever crisis versus digital networks Dora Kaufman, Universidade de Sao Paulo

Controvrsias nas redes sociais durante transmisses audiovisuais ao vivo Carlos d'Andrea, Brazil

Designing the agency in milieus for more systemic epigenetics Jochen Dr. Bchel, TU Dresden, Freelancer in Munich

055. Experimental Entanglements: Re-imagining Vital Fields 8:30 to 10:30 am Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi Chair:

Des Fitzgerald, King's College London Participants:

Experimental Entanglements: Re-thinking the dynamics of interaction across the social sciences and neurosciences Felicity Callard, Durham University; Des Fitzgerald, King's College London

Life as relations: towards equality in complexity Bettina Bock von Wlfingen, Humboldt Universitt zu Berlin; Niki Vermeulen, University of Manchester

Making Meaning in the Interview: Reflections on Social Science Fieldwork Connie Johnston, University of Oregon

A place for STS? Exploring collaborations with synthetic biologists Jane Calvert, University of Edinburgh

Synthetic Biology and Biosecurity: Moving beyond the promises and perils narrative Catherine Jefferson, King's College London

Connecting Ambiguity of Experimental Practice in Science with Problems of Research Integrity fred grinnell, ut southwestern medical center

056. Climate change knowledge uptake: How, who and why? 11:00 to 1:00 pm Biblioteca: Biblioteca Chairs:

Asun St. Clair, DNV GL - Strategic Research & Innovation Myanna H Lahsen, Earth System Science Center, Brazilian National Institute for Space Research

Participants: Science framing, hybrid framing, and journalists accounting

for news articles on climate change: A cross-national study Stephen Zehr, University of Southern Indiana

Discipline Battles in Norwegian Climate Policymaking From Warfare to Ceasefire? Erlend Hermansen, CICERO - Center for International Climate and Environmental Research - Oslo; Goran Sundqvist, University of Oslo

La Tecnologa como Servicio Pblico: La Bioclimatizacin Edilicia en Argentina Rafael Balderrama, Universidad Nacional de La Rioja

La modelacin climtica mexicana: Termodinmica, Clima nacional y Downscaling Antonio Arellano, Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Mexico; Laura Morales-Navarro, UAEM

The Climate Change Controversy in Portuguese Wikipedia Bernardo Esteves, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Unwanted Information: producing climate knowledge after the (Australian) Government shuts you down Darrin Durant, University of Melbourne

057. Pharmaceutical Geographies 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Borges Chair:

Kristin Peterson, University of California, Irvine Participants:

South by Southeast: Pharmaceutical Activism in Colombo, Penang, and Geneva Jeremy Greene, Johns Hopkins University

Price Matters: the introduction of generic drugs in Colombia Victor Manuel Garcia, EHESS-Cermes 3

Pharmaceuticals and Public Health in Brazil: Copying Essential Drugs, Knowledge Acquisition and Innovation Projects in Public - Private Industrial Networks Maurice Cassier, CERMES 3--CNRS; Marilena Villela Correa, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro; Pedro Villardi, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

Flow Chemistry and the Temporalities of South African Pharmaceutical Production Anne Pollock, Georgia Tech

Medicamentos y produccin pblica en Argentina. Anlisis de una red sociotcnica GUILLERMO SANTOS, INSTITUTO DE ESTUDIOS SOBRE LA CIENCIA Y LA TECNOLOGA - UNQ; LUCAS BECERRA, INSTITUTO DE ESTUDIOS SOBRE LA CIENCIA Y LA TECNOLOGA - UNQ

Discussant: Emilia Sanabria, Ecole normale suprieure de Lyon & INSERM

058. How Science and Human Rights Travel Globally: The Politics of Knowledge and the Question of Rights 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin Participants:

Randomized Controlled Field Experiments in the Context of Rights-Based Development Margarita Rayzberg, Northwestern

Revising Global Medicine, Revising Human Rights: Developing Gender Incongruence in the ICD-11 Christoph Hanssmann, UCSF

New Rights, New Markets: Navigating U.S. Reforms in the Healthcare Safety-Net Katherine Weatherford Darling, UC San Francisco

Privacidade, Proteo de Dados Pessoais e Sade Eletrnica no Brasil Koichi Kameda, Instituto NUPEF; Magaly Pazello, Instituto NUPEF

Raa/Etnia nas Pesquisas de Gnero e Cincia Jussara Marques de Medeiros Dias, UTFPR; Nanci Stancki da Luz, UTFPR

059. Polticas Pblicas de Ciencia, Tecnologa e Innovacin en el marco de los estudios sociales de ciencia y tecnologa II 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Dal Chair:

Mariana Versino, CONICET- UBA- UNLP Participants:

Construccin social de las polticas de ciencia y tecnologa. El caso de la transformacin de las polticas e instituciones de ciencia y tecnologa en la dcada de 1990 en Argentina. Francisco Javier Aristimuo, Universidad Nacional de Rio Negro; Diego Sebastin Aguiar, Universidad Nacional de Ro Negro - CONICET

The Portuguese political economy of science and its discourses: from Revolution to European integration (1974-1997) Tiago Brando, IHC, FCSH-UNL

Polticas Pblicas y Conocimiento Cientfico-Tecnolgico: El caso del cambio climtico en Mxico Claudia Ortega-Ponce, Universidad Autnoma del Estado de Mxico

Zoneamento ambiental: Um constructo sociotcnico legitimador de polticas pblicas DEBERSON FERREIRA JESUS, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina; Julia Silvia Guivant, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

La Defensa en las Agendas Estatal y Cientfica en Argentina Natasa Loizou, Centro de Estudios de Historia de la Ciencia y de la Tcnica Jos Babini (UNSAM)

060. Psicologa y los Estudios en Ciencia, Tecnologa y Sociedad (CTS) II 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Mir Chair:

Lorena Garca Noguez, Universidad Autnoma de Quertaro, FCPYS

Participants: La Psicologa de la Ciencia y los estudios CTS: lo mejor de dos

mundos Lorena Garca Noguez, Universidad Autnoma de Quertaro, FCPYS; Ruben Martinez, Psychology

Traducciones-traiciones: la performatividad de lo psicolgico en el contexto de las polticas basadas-en-la-evidencia. Jorge Castillo-Seplveda, Universidad de Santiago de Chile

Los Estudios Sociales de la Ciencia en la Historiografa de la Psicologa Catriel Fierro, Facultad de Psicologa - Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata

Sociedad/Tecnologas en Amrica latina: entre macro y micropoltica Ana Claudia Rozo Sandoval, Doctorado Multiinstitucional Muiltireferencial de Difusin del Conocimiento, Universidad Federal de Bahia

A cognio corprea e o contexto politico da Amrica Latina Thompson Lemos da Silva Neto, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro - Brasil/Grupo de Estudos Sociais e Conceituais de Cincia, Tecnologia e Sociedade/CNPq

061. Knowledge transfer via material objects : standardizing space and body space 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere Participants:

Youve got the point: Seeking the meaning of acupuncture in its techno-political bodyscape Wen-Hua Kuo, National Yang-Ming University

The water meter, an object embodying the transfer of the management model of a French water company in India Akil Amiraly, Ecole polytecnique, CRG

Through the lens of digital observatories: Visual representations in astrophysics Piroska Etelka Csuri, Universidad de San Andres, Argentina

"Hear, hear!: Courtrooms, Audio Technologies and Learning to Listen Phillip Primeau, Carleton University; Michael S Mopas, Carleton University

The faster-than-light neutrinos news: narrative, rhetoric and representations in Italy, United Kingdom and USA Daniela de Oliveira Klebis, UNICAMP / The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

062. Welfare State 2.0: Will Science and Technology Redeem or Replace the Human Condition? 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I Chair:

Steve Fuller, University of Warwick Participants:

Virtue Ethics as a Solution to the Problems of Humanity 2.0 Francis Remedios, Editorial Board Member Social Epistemology

The Anti-Modernist Revolt against Biotechnology Robert Frodeman, University of North Texas

The Daily Shaping of State Transparency: Emerging Standards in Open Government Data Samuel Goeta, Telecom ParisTech

The politics of clarification: state experiments with labeling practices Brice Laurent, CSI - Mines ParisTech; Alexandre Mallard, Centre de Sociologie de l'Innovation. Ecole des Mines ParisTech; Aurlie Tricoire, CSTB

Discussant: Steve Fuller, University of Warwick

063. Centers and Peripheries in Science and Technology I 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II Chair:

Leandro Rodriguez-Medina, Universidad de las Americas Puebla

Participants: Comunidades cientficas chilenas: Redes globales y anlisis de

asimetras Jorge Gibert, Universidad de Valparaiso Mobile scientists, migrant workers: The politics of global

knowledge networks Tiago Santos Pereira, University of Coimbra; Chiara Carrozza, Centro de Estudos Sociais, University of Coimbra (PT)

Cognitive Exploitation: Tensions emerging in the production and social use of scientific, traditional, informational and labor knowledge Mariano Zukerfeld, CONICET- CCTS- Universidad Maimonides; Pablo Kreimer, CONICET - Centro CTS Buenos Aires

El conocimiento cientfico y tecnolgico en la estrategia de UNASUR para aprovechamiento de los recursos naturales para el desarrollo integral de la regin Alexis Mercado, Universidad Central de Venezuela; Hebe Vessuri, CIGA-UNAM

The Development of Experimental Physics with Particle

Accelerators at the University of So Paulo (1946 - 1982) Tharsila Reis de Medeiros, Mackenzie Presbyterian University; Lea Velho, State University of Campinas, Brazil

Sitios de recoleccin de informacin naturalista como nuevos centros? Marcelo Fabin Figueroa, Universidad Nacional de Tucumn/ Instituto Superior de Estudios Sociales, CONICET

064. Ecologies and Material Politics of the Inorganic: Rethinking/Reframing 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart Chairs:

Manuel Tironi, Goldmisths, U of London / Pontificia Unversidad Catolica de Chile Max Liboiron, Northeastern University

Participants: Articulating Nuclear Waste Futures Organically Vincent

Francis Ialenti, Cornell University Normalizing waste, enacting sustainability Sebastian Ureta,

Departamento de Sociologa, Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Santiago, Chile

The Fully Realized Man: Thinking Through A Mexican Universalist Earth Science Elizabeth Reddy, University of California, Irvine

Differences that makes a difference and machines of differentiation. Petter Grytten Almklov, NTNU Social Research Ltd; Torgeir Kolst Haavik, NTNU Social Research; Eric Monteiro, Department of Informatics, University of Oslo

Frontstaging Nonhumans? The multiple huemul of Patagonia Colombina Schaeffer, University of Sydney; Leonardo Valenzuela, University of Sydney

Discussant: Nerea Calvillo, Goldsmiths, University of London

065. Aproximaciones de la infraestructura a la cultura y polticas pblicas 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso Participants:

Control Societies: Cloud Computing and the modulation of behavior on the Internet Bruno de Mattos Almeida, University of Campinas (Unicamp); Marta Mouro Kanashiro, University of Campinas (Unicamp)

Virtual fences in Belgian prisons: constructing social normality through reshaping urban boundaries Olga Kudina, University of Maastricht

The Implications of Race and Class for Community Recovery in the Rockaways: Post Hurricane Sandy Thomas Corcoran, CUNY Brooklyn College

Housekeepers and Houseguests: Domestic order in the networked home Jenny Kennedy, Swinburne University of Technology; Rowan Wilken, Swinburne University of Technology; Michael Arnold, University of Melbourne; Martin Gibbs, University of Melbourne; Bjorn Nansen, University of Melbourne

Radares y poltica de Radarizacin en Argentina (1948-2004) Juan Martin Quiroga, Universidad Nacional de Rio Negro; Diego Sebastin Aguiar, Universidad Nacional de Ro Negro - CONICET

066. Episteme-logsticas de la biomedicina 11:00 to 1:00 pm

Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela Chair:

Marlia Luz David, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Participants:

Situating Health Problems: the epidemiological transition as a contextualizing practice Marlia Luz David, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina; Julia Guivant, Federal University of Santa Catarina

Eficacia, tica y economa en la medicina protocolizada: el Grupo Oncolgico Peditrico de Chile 1978-2012. Yuri Carvajal Baados, Universidad de Chile; Tuillang Yuing Alfaro, Universidad de Santiago

One Drop of Indigenous Blood: The Coproduction of Scientific Knowledge and National identity in Taiwan Yuyueh Tsai, Academia Sinica

Standardization and its discontents: Debating the "New Normal" in mental health. Ravi Shukla, Centre for Studies in Science Policy (CSSP) at School for Social Science (SSS), Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

067. Controversy Mapping using digital tools and methods in different academic contexts: South(s)-North(s) dialogs II 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi Chair:

Katrina Jungnickel, Goldsmiths, University of London Participants:

Mapping the evolution of research. The case of rice Tommaso Ciarli, SPRU, University of Sussex; Ismael Rafols, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), Universitat Politcnica de Valncia

Para qu sirven las Cartografas de las Controversias? horacio boris alperin, Gathering-unlugardeencuentro.org; Jorge do Porto, Gathering-unlugardeencuentro.org

Mapping the adaptation turn using digital methods Nicolas Baya-Laffite, Medialab, Sciences Po Paris; Tommaso Venturini, MediaLab, Sciences Po, Paris, France

Consideraes sobre o lbum em quadrinhos Velhos hotis passam cinema mudo Liber Eugenio Paz, Universidade Tecnolgica Federal do Paran

Visualising Complex Data: A Workshop Approach to Infographics and Knowledge Transmission Amanda Nita Windle, University of the Arts, London

068. Experimental Entanglements: Life Transformed 11:00 to 1:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi Chair:

Jane Calvert, University of Edinburgh Participants:

Revitalising Sociology: Urban Life and Mental Illness between History and the Present Des Fitzgerald, King's College London; Nikolas Rose, Department of Social Science Health and Medicine, King's College London; Ilina Singh, Department of Social Science, Health and Medicine, King's College London

Of Smokers and Addicts. Defining Normality in the Cold War United States Stephan Risi, Stanford University

Fetishism and Reductionist Impositions in Biotechnology and Molecular Biology Julio Munoz-Rubio, Centro de Investigaciones Interdisciplinarias en Ciencias y Humanidades, Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico

From babys first home to anti-wrinkle cream: The placenta in scientific and cultural contexts Charlotte Krolkke,

University of Southern Denmark; Karen A Foss, University of New Mexico

069. ST&HV meeting 1:00 to 2:00 pm Terraza del Virrey: Terraza del Virrey

070. Plasticity, Local Biologies and Lamarckianism Across the Contemporary Life Sciences I 2:00 to 4:00 pm Biblioteca: Biblioteca Chair:

Elizabeth F.S. Roberts, Univeristy of Michigan Participants:

Blood, kinship and human rights: Hansens disease in Brazil Claudia Lee Williams Fonseca, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil; Glaucia Cristina Maricato Moreto, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Epigenetic models of the biosocial particularity of suicide completers Stephanie Lloyd, McGill University

Plastic Bodies: on lay and expert endocrinologies Emilia Sanabria, Ecole normale suprieure de Lyon & INSERM

Local biologies in formation; epigenetics, cancer and the humoural body in southern Brazil sahra Gibbon, University College London

From Blueprints to Bricks: The Origins of DNA Nanotechnology Brian Tyrrell, University of California, Santa Barbara

A Foldable Future: Following the Twisted Path to DNA Origami Patrick McCray, University of California, Santa Barbara; Brian Tyrell, University of California, Santa Barbara

071. Politics, Publics, Participation and Practices: Governance of Technologies in Global Networks I 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Borges Chair:

Andreas Kuehn, Syracuse University Participants:

What Cybersecurity Research Can Learn from STS: Reviewing a Recent Study on the Markets for Software Vulnerabilities Andreas Kuehn, Syracuse University

The Grammar of Governance Malte Ziewitz, New York University

Politics of Hybridity: Regulation in Socio-Technical Ensembles Murali Venkatesh, Syracuse University Syracuse, New York 13244 USA

Who cares? Telecare technologies and self-management of COPD patients Ivo Maathuis, University of Twente; Nelly Oudshoorn, University Twente

Discussant: Steven Jackson, Cornell University

072. Thinking with Techno-anthropology I 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin Chair:

Cathrine Hasse, Aarhus University Participants:

Comparison: a classic anthropological method in an STS inspired analysis Anne Katrine Kamstrup, Department of eduation, University of Aarhus, Denmark

Techno-anthropology and posthumanism Cathrine Hasse,

Aarhus University We Have Never Been Human: Pushing Humanness Around

the Technological Turn Ugo Felicia Edu, University of California, San Fancisco (UCSF); Ulluminair Salim, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)

Babies made in India. North-south surrogacy and online kinship Karen Hvidtfeldt Madsen, University of Southern Denmark

073. Pensamento Iberoamericano em Cincia, Tecnologia e Desenvolvimento I 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Dal Chairs:

Gilson Queluz, Federal University of Technology at Curitiba, Paran, Brazil Luiz Ernesto Merkle, Paran Federal University of Technology, at Curitiba

Participants: From Bariloche 1976 to Rio 92: the basic needs approach to

sustainable development Rosana Icassatti Corazza, Faculdades de Campinas // DPCT-Unicamp; Paulo Srgio Fracalanza, Universidade Estadual de Campinas

Anlisis de relaciones entre legos y expertos en lo rural JUAN CARLOS RUIZ-URQUIJO, ESTUDIANTE DE POSTGRADO

Buscando la autonoma tecnolgica. Aportes de la ELAPCYTED. Romina Gabriela Amaya Guerrero, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes / CONICET

Curitiba's Public Transport and The (Im)possibilities of Democratization of Technology Suelen Christine Caviquiolo, UTFPR - Universidade Tecnolgica Federal do Paran; Gilson Leandro Queluz, Universidade Tecnolgica Federal do Paran (UTFPR)

Estilo de vida y valores de estudiantes universitarias del Per AYME GABRIELA BUITRON, universidad peruana cayetano heredia; Luz Mery Carbajal, UNIVERSIDAD PERUANA CAYETANO HEREDIA

La cultura de los salvajes tecnolgicos. Tecnologa y cultura para el pensamiento desarrollista costarricense (1949-1983) David Chavarra Camacho, Universidad de Costa Rica

074. Boundaries: bodies and landscapes 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Mir Participants:

Terraforming with permaculture Andrea Ghelfi, University of Leicester

Redes multi-naturales: explorando conexiones entre mundos en torno al agua William Andres Martinez-Duenas, Universidad del Magdalena (Colombia)

Postcolonial Organising. Difference and political organisation among Eritrean migrants in Italy Martina Martignoni, University of Leicester

Science and its Others, Science as Otherwise: exploring the relation between scientific and indigenous worlds in the Alto Rio Negro region of Brazil. Antonia Caitlin Walford, CRESC/OU

Discussant: Renzo Taddei, Federal University of So Paulo

075. Knowledge transfer via material objects: Hands and skills 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere

Participants: Tecno-pedagogia de discotecagem: notas etnogrficas acerca da

formao de DJs de msica eletrnica de pista. Rafael da Silva Malho, Universidade Estadual de Campinas - Unicamp

Materialism and knowledge: Revisiting Tacit Knowledge Mariano Zukerfeld, CONICET- CCTS- Universidad Maimonides

Putting Heart and Soul in the Box: Technology, Embodiment and Electronic Music Michael S Mopas, Carleton University; Amelia Curran, Carleton University

Amerindian Settlement Endurance and Anglo Visions of Virgin Soil Adam Fulton Johnson, University of Michigan

076. Arts, Science and Technology 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I Chair:

Sandra P. Gonzalez-Santos, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Universidad Iberoamericana

Participants: An experiment involving STS, art, the digital realm and 15

people Sandra P. Gonzalez-Santos, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Universidad Iberoamericana

Dear Scientists... Ioanna Semendeferi, University of Houston Can the Arts Help to Save the World? Balance-Unbalance and

the 'art! clim ate' projects. Ricardo Dal Farra, Concordia University - Canad / UNTREF - Argentina

Making and Diving: Performing and Re-forming Boundaries Between Art and Trash Guy Schaffer, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Ellen Foster, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

077. Centers and Peripheries in Science and Technology II 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II Chair:

Hebe Vessuri, CIGA-UNAM Participants:

Como a cincia torna-se perifrica: um estudo sobre a verdade irrelevante fabricio monteiro neves, UNB

The unfavored region: The absence of Latin America in ICT4D research Caroline Stratton, University of Texas at Austin; Diane Bailey, University of Texas at Austin

Is there an African computer science? Exploring capacities and identities in Kenya and Uganda Matthew Harsh, Concordia University

Offshoring offshore wind: A Norwegian offshore (ad)venture in China Marius Korsnes, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

The Internationalization of First Principle Model field: A brazilian case Marcio Felipe Salles Medeiros, Uiversidade de Braslia

Space activities on the periphery: an aproach from Argentinas foreign policy Daniel Blinder, Centro de Estudios de Historia de la Ciencia y de la Tcnica Jos Babini

078. Quantifying Affect and Emotion, Past and Present 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart Chair:

Luke Stark, New York University Participants:

Making Emotion Fit Theory: Four Humors Equals Four Emotions in Medieval and Early Modern Medicine Nicole Archambeau, University of California, Santa Barbara

A Social History of International Disease Classification on Mental Disorders, 1948-1975 Harry Yi-Jui Wu, Nanyang Technological University

The PANAS Scale and Self-Therapeutic Tracking Luke Stark, New York University

The Quantified Qualified self: The Number Affect Farzana Dudhwala, University of Oxford

Tracking the Self, Installing Expertise: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and the Auto-regulating Subject Beth Semel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

079. Educacin superior y formacin de ingenieros 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso Chair:

Jos Germano Neto, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte

Participants: ASC&T, cotidiano e consumo tecnolgico: leituras e

aproximaes Juliana Cristina Santicioli dos Santos, Universidade Federal de So Carlos - PPGCTS; Cidoval Morais de Sousa, UEPB

Nosotros:los otros, complejizando la educacin cientfica en la periferia Diana Mara Faras, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Pluralidade Epistmica, Tcnicas Locais e Emancipao Social Jos Germano Neto, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte

Cuidado com o celular: uma abordagem CTS em aulas de Biologia Andr Luiz Rodrigues dos Santos Cunha, Universidade Federal do Par; JOS ALEXANDRE DA SILVA VALENTE, UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO PAR

El documental como herramienta de comunicacin del primer Juicio Ciudadano Uruguayo Ana Vasquez, Facultad de Ciencias, UdelaR; Marila Lzaro Olaizola, Unidad de Ciencia y Desarrollo, Facultad de Ciencias, Udelar; Diego Vidart, Colectivo DoKumental

Participao Docente na Seleo de Temas de Estudo: CTS como Dinamizador de Listagens de Contedos Caetano Castro Roso, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina; Dcio Auler, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria

080. Complejidad y redes tecno-cientficas en salud 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela Chair:

Yuri Carvajal Baados, Universidad de Chile Participants:

Percepo Pblica da Sade Simone Pallone de Figueiredo, The State University of Campinas (Unicamp; Carlos Vogt, The State University of Campinas (Unicamp); Ana Paula Morales, DPCT/Labjor/Unicamp; Milagros Varguez, Tecnolgico de Monterrey; Rodrigo Bastos Cunha, Labjor/Unicamp; Patricia Aline Santos, Labjor/Unicamp; Cristiane Gonalves Pinho, Fundao Antonio Prudente; Marcio Derbli, Instituto de Sade

Software de gesto da sade da famlia: um caso de desembarque da cincia? Jos Marcos Silveira Gonalves, UFRJ; Fernando Gonalves Severo, 4S Membership

Tecnologas informticas en salud; el caso de la reforma en

Chile Jimena Carrasco, Universidad Austral de Chile; Sebastin Medina, Universidad de Chile; Jorge Pacheco, Universidad de Concepcin

La colapsoterapia antituberculosa; llevando el confinamiento dentro de los cuerpos Anibal Vivaceta, Escuela de Medicina, Universidad de Valparaso

Corpo Feminino como Lugar de Produo de Verdades sobre a Menopausa Rebeca Buzzo Feltrin, State University of Campinas (UNICAMP); Lea Velho, State University of Campinas, Brazil

081. Mediating Political Participation I 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi Chair:

Maria Vidart-Delgado, MIT Participants:

Obama v. Romney 2012: Tweeting for Change in the Presidential Election Laura Robinson, Santa Clara University

Neoliberal Reform, Expertise, and Social Relations in Fire Safety Regulation: The Rise of Performance Based Design Fire Engineering Graham Spinardi, University of Edinburgh

Engaging in a de-centred world Maja Horst, University of Copenhagen; Alan Irwin, Copenhagen Business School

A Civic Alternative: D.I.Y. Hydrogen Sulfide Monitoring Elisabeth Wilder, Northeastern University; Sara Wylie, Northeastern University

From assistance centers to official reports: technical mediations of humanitarian aid and compensation in Colombia Fredy A. Mora-Gmez, University of Leicester, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Discussant: Maria Vidart-Delgado, MIT

082. Design/Think with care, STS & Local Issues I 2:00 to 4:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi Chairs:

Andrea Botero, Aalto University Maria Fernanda Olarte Sierra, University of Manchester

Participants: Beyond participation, caring as design strategy Andrea Botero,

Aalto University Bordar la tecnologa y tecnologizar el bordado: encuentro entre

conocimientos, saberes y experiencias Manuel Franco-Avellaneda, OCyT; Laura Corts, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana

Sobre Design e Tecnologias Sociais: Construo simblica e cultural na Casa do Arteso Mariense/MG. Douglas dos Santos Lemos Lima, Universidade Federal de Itajub; Adilson Silva Mello, Universidade Federal de Itajub; Rosinei Batista Ribeiro, Faculdades Integradas Teresa D'vila (FATEA) / Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ); Bianca Siqueira Martins Domingos, Universidade Federal de Itajub - UNIFEI

Contando con cuidado y tejiendo bienes comunes Maria Fernanda Olarte-Sierra, Department of Design. Universidad de los Andes

Aprendiendo a leer la naturaleza: relacin entre conocimientos cientficos y conocimientos ancestrales y locales Catherine Ramos Garca, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes. Centro de Estudios Culturales y Ecolgicos Prescott College

083. Plasticity, Local Biologies and Lamarckianism Across the Contemporary Life Sciences II 4:30 to 6:30 pm Biblioteca: Biblioteca Chair:

Sahra Gibbon, University College London Participants:

Reproductive Knowledge and Genetic Risk: a construction of a genetic disease in the Sertes of Brazil Neide Mayumi Osada, Unicamp (Brazil); Maria Conceio da Costa, Unicamp (Brazil)

Meanings and practices in the search for biogenetic origins of adoptees in Brazil and Quebec Dbora Allebrandt, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul - Brazil

We Are Who We Eat: Local biologies of plants, animals, and humans John Hartigan, University of Texas, Austin

Environment, Epigenetics and Ethnography in Mexico City Elizabeth F.S. Roberts, Univeristy of Michigan

084. Politics, Publics, Participation and Practices: Governance of Technologies in Global Networks II 4:30 to 6:30 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Borges Chair:

Patricia Adriana Vargas-Leon, Syracuse University Participants:

The Internet kill switch: a tool to ensure the survival of governments and nation-states Patricia Adriana Vargas-Leon, Syracuse University

Las empresas trasnacionales en la gobernanza del ciberespacio Mara de Lourdes Marquina Snchez, Universidad Autnoma de la Ciudad de Mxico/Universidad Nacional Autnoma de Mxico

An approach to national Internet governance mechanisms Carolina Aguerre, Universidad de San Andrs

The Borders of the Informational State: The Geopolitics of Macro-Level Socio-Technical Systems Sandra Braman, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Discussant: Olga Cavalli, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Argentina

085. Thinking with Techno-anthropology II 4:30 to 6:30 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Chopin Chair:

Cathrine Hasse, Aarhus University Participants:

Technological Kinships: Vibrant technologies and nurse-patient engagements Ann Katrine Bnnelykke Soffer, Aarhus University, School of Education

Calculating future life: living with the life-sustaining technologies in Japan Goro Yamazaki, Osaka University

Rethinking Agency Through Distraction Jesper Aagaard, Aarhus University

Power, Meaning and Mapping: Semiotics of Participatory Geographical Information Systems Paul Manson, Portland State University

Expertise in context: roles and statuses of experts in organization Olga Lelebina, Institut Superieur de Gestion

086. Pensamento Iberoamericano em Cincia, Tecnologia e Desenvolvimento II 4:30 to 6:30 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Dal

Chairs: Renato Peixoto Dagnino, Universidade Estadual de Campinas - UNICAMP/Brazil Mrcio Moutinho Abdalla, Universidade Federal Fluminense

Participants: Tecnologias e Utopias no Pensamento Anarquista Brasileiro

(1900-1935) Gilson Leandro Queluz, Universidade Tecnolgica Federal do Paran (UTFPR)

O Desenvolvimentismo de Pinto e Guerreiro Ramos e o Neodesenvolvimentismo Ricardo Afonso Ferreira de Vasconcelos, UTFPR; Mario Lopes Amorim, Universidade Tecnolgica Federal do Paran

Pensando los vnculos entre ciencia, tecnologa y desarrollo en Latinoamrica: las ideas de Osvaldo Sunkel eliana arancibia gutierrez, UNAM-UNICAMP; Daniela Pinheiro, State University of Campinas - UNICAMP

Repensando Desenvolvimento Local e o Problema das Cidades Orientadas ao Mercado Mrcio Moutinho Abdalla, Universidade Federal Fluminense; Alexandre Faria, FGV-EBAPE

La ciencia en cuestin en la Argentina. Ejes de un debate de principios de los aos 70 Adriana Feld, CONICET - UNQ - U. Maimnides

087. Crossings: tacking between spaces of resistance 4:30 to 6:30 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Mir Chair:

Antonia Caitlin Walford, CRESC/OU Participants:

Equatorial Savage as Radical Chic: Geographies of Desire in the Age of Global Technocultures Kavita Philip, University of California, Irvine

Why Bogot? The Local, the Global and the Interesting, Reflexively Malcolm Ashmore, Loughborough University; Olga Restrepo Forero, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Trapped between Science and Religion: Theory of Evolution in Turkish Academia Kaya Akyuz, University of Vienna; Banu Saatci, Istanbul Sehir University

Visin(es) alter-nativa(s): Curacin, relacin y diferencia en el Sur de Chile. Cristobal Bonelli, University of Amsterdam

Feeling Policy: Emotional Entanglements, Evidence and Contested Policy Fields Michael Orsini, University of Ottawa

Discussant: Salvador Schavelzon, Universidade Federal de So Paulo

088. Knowledge transfer via material objects: Writing it out 4:30 to 6:30 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Moliere Chair:

Ramona Braun, University of Cambridge Participants:

Mathematizing Music Composition: The Twentieth-Century Development of the Schillinger System Clare Kim, MIT

Message in a bottle: Knowledge-transfer through market Sandra Daza-Caicedo, Universidad de los Andes/Observatorio Colombiano de Ciencia y Tecnologa

Pinole: a hybrid food Alexandra Littaye, University of Oxford Biofuels in political cartoons: ironies, side effects and

discolourings Edna F. Einsiedel, University of Calgary 089. Modos de representacin: Cartographies and Urban

Interventions

4:30 to 6:30 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat I Chair:

Anabella Speziale, Universidad de Buenos Aires Participants:

Aproximaciones interdisciplinarias en el estudio socio-espacial de la basura Ilana Boltvinik Riesenfeld, Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana / UAM Cuajimalpa

Art and the city: Exploring gaps and short-comings in technoscientific visualizations Anja Johansen, NTNU

Fabricao de Poticas nas Prticas Cotidianas dos Microrroteiros da Cidade Fernanda Bornancin, Universidade Tecnolgica Federal do Paran - UTFPR; Marilda Lopes Pinheiro Queluz, Universidade Tecnolgica Federal do Paran - UTFPR

Video y Poesa para representar nuestro mundo. Usos del soporte audiovisual en la investigacin cientfica. Anabella Speziale, Universidad de Buenos Aires

Cidade e cincia: um desdobramento possvel Thas Harumi Manfr Yado, Universidade Federal de So Carlos

090. STS and the state I 4:30 to 6:30 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat II Chair:

Jeffrey A. Knapp, Pennsylvania State University Participants:

Oceans Apart: Law and Politics of Maritime Direct Action, 1957-1963 Mary Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania

Is the state an actor or not? Jeffrey A. Knapp, Pennsylvania State University; Sarp Yanki Kalfa, Pennsylvania State University

State multiplicity, in alphabetical order Nicholas J Rowland, Pennsylvania State University; Jan-Hendrik Passoth, Technische Universitt Berlin

Translating the State. Digitization of Governmental Information Flows from an ANT perspective Annalisa Pelizza, University of Twente, NL

Securing the Human: Xenotransplantation, Securitization, and Human-Animal Relations Rachel Carr, University of Sydney

Science Technology and Society and post-Keynesian / post-Fordism Regime of Production Ricardo Gonalves DaSILVA, Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Cientifico & Tecnolgico- CNPq

091. Systems of Oversight 4:30 to 6:30 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Mozart Participants:

The Integrated Weather Team: A Potential Collaborative Site of STS Intervention Jennifer J Henderson, Virginia Tech

Securing the living: governance, materiality and understandings of life during biological emergencies Jose Antonio Caada, University of Helsinki

Assessing the Economic Benefits of Early Warning Systems for Companies Simone Wurster, Technische Universitt Berlin, Institut fr Technologie und Management, FG Innovationskonomie - VWS 2, Mller-Breslau-Strae 15 (Schleuseninsel), D-10623 Berlin; Michael Klafft, Fraunhofer-Institut fr Offene Kommunikationssysteme FOKUS, Kaiserin-Augusta-Allee 31, 10589 Berlin, Germany

How to sell uncertain technologie ? (Re)Exploring detachments in ANT Frederic GOULET, CIRAD, UMR Innovation /

INTA Laboratorio Internacional Agriterris; Ronan Le Velly, Montpellier SupAgro

Discussant: Vivian Y. Choi, Cornell University

092. Innovacin 4:30 to 6:30 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Picasso Chair:

Natalia Gras, Universidad Autnoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco

Participants: Polticas para incentivar la innovacin en el sector productivo.

Mario Capdevielle, UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA METROPOLITANA

Polticas Pblicas e Indicadores de Inovao no Brasil Diego Rafael de Moraes Silva, State University of Campinas (UNICAMP); Andre Tosi Furtado, State University of Campinas (UNICAMP)

Innovaciones inclusivas y sus relaciones causales implcitas Natalia Gras, Universidad Autnoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco; Gabriela Dutrnit, Universidad Atnoma Metropolitana/ Coordinadora de la Re LALICS; Matas Vera-Cruz, Universidad de California, Los ngeles (UCLA)

INNOVACIN ABIERTA PRODUCTIVA: Living Lab Susana Beatriz Darin, RED Leilac, IDEAR, Universidad Abierta Interamericana

Cincia, tecnologia e inovao segundo o Instituto de Pesquisas Econmicas Aplicadas (IPEA) Camila Carneiro Dias Rigolin, Federal University of So Carlos (UFSCAR), Brazil; Maria Cristina Innocentini Hayashi, Federal University of So Carlos (UFSCAR), Brazil

093. Instrumentos y Herramientas 4:30 to 6:30 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Quinquela Chair:

Rosalia Marcela Lizondo, INTA Tucumn Participants:

Las Indicaciones Geogrficas como herramientas de Agregado de Valor Mariana Bruno, Estudiante de Maestra; Graciela Ghezn, Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata; Mara Laura Cendn, Instituto Nacional de Tecnologa Agropecuaria (INTA); Maria Laura VITERI, INTA

La historia de la tecnologa como instrumento del desarrollo regional Juan Arturo Camargo, Professor Uniminuto

La controvertible poltica cientfico-tecnolgica del maz transgnico en Mxico Yolanda Castaeda, Universidad Autnoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco; Yolanda Massieu, Universidad Autnoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco

Caa de azcar, quema y ambiente: concertacin y participacin en Los Ralos, Tucumn Rosalia Marcela Lizondo, INTA Tucumn

094. Mediating Political Participation II 4:30 to 6:30 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Soldi Chair:

Jerry Doppelt, UCSD Participants:

Measuring 'Stress' in the Air Traffic Controllers' Strike in the Reagan Presidency Jerry Doppelt, UCSD

Os transgnicos no Brasil: poltica pblica e participao. Maria Lusa Nozawa Ribeiro, UFSCar

Presena e Informao: o dasein heideggeriano em tempos de internet, hiperconexo e redes sociais. Priscilla Cavalcante Normando, Universidade de Braslia - Observatrio do Movimento pela Tecnologia Social na Amrica Latina (OBMTS/UnB)

Open source culture re-imagines science in the public interest: Open Source Hardware at CERN Alison Powell, London School of Economics and Political Science

Aerospace-quality Technology by Volunteers: Exploring Amateur Technocracy in DIY Drones Christina Dunbar-Hester, Rutgers University

095. Design/Think with care, STS & Local Issues II 4:30 to 6:30 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Verdi Chair:

Tania Prez Bustos, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana Participants:

Feminist dialogues on care to envision imaginaries around gametes Sara Lafuente, CSIC - Consejos Superior de Investigaciones Cientficas (Spanish National Research Council)

Qu implica disear participativamente tecnologas desde el cuidado? Tania Prez Bustos, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana

De la puntada al circuito: etnografa del proceso de construccin de un lenguaje de programacin que se borda Sara Daniela Mrquez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

The happiness of local and global inequalities Michael Nebeling Petersen, Southern University of Denmark

096. Banquet and Tango Show 7:00 to 11:00 pm Intercontinental Hotel: Monserrat

FRIDAY, AUGUST, 22 097. Modelos de Institucionalizao e Mecanismos de Difuso em

Poltica Cientfica e Tecnolgica 8:30 to 10:30 am Biblioteca: Biblioteca Chairs:

Carolina Bagattolli, UFPR - Universidade Federal do Paran Tiago Brando, IHC, FCSH-UNL

Participants: O padro recent