EASST Review archives

Archived Issues (PDF Only) Title EASST Review: Volume 29(3) September 2010 Transdisciplinary Interaction; Development Label as Sense and Nonsense, 25 years of EASST conferences EASST Review: Volume 29(2) July 2010 In Memoriam: Susan Leigh Star EASST Review: Volume 29(1) February 2010 EASST Nationally; Technoscience & Global South EASST Review: Volume 28(4) November 2009 Thinking big […]


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Scott Webster

Dr Scott Webster is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the Sydney Environment Institute at The University of Sydney. His current research investigates how communities self-organised during the 2019-20 bushfires and the 2020-22 floods in New South Wales, Australia. His broader research explores connection to place – especially at the intersection between home, memory, and ecological […]

Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner, Ludo Waltman, Adrian Barnett, Jennifer Byrne, Jason M Chin, Alex Holcombe, Stephen Pinfield, Simine Vazire, James Wilsdon

Wolfgang Kaltenbrunner is a senior researcher at the Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) at Leiden University and in the Research on Research Institute (RoRI).|Ludo Waltman is professor of quantitative science studies at the Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS) at Leiden University. He is Associate Director of the Research on Research Institute […]

Pedro Neto, Ildikó Z. Plájás, Nina Amelung

Pedro F. Neto is an anthropologist and award-winning filmmaker, research fellow at the Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa (ICS-ULisboa). He has conducted extensive research in Southern Africa (Angola, Zambia and Mozambique) and West Africa (Senegal and Guinea-Bissau) on topics such as forced displacement, migration, mobility, borders, refugee camps, development and violence. Recent […]

Sisco Auala, Hannah Dalgleish

Dr Sisco Auala: Researcher/Senior Lecturer, Namibia University of Science and Technology. An indigenous tourism researcher with more than 20 years of experience in tourism development. She holds a PhD in tourism development from the Nelson Mandela University in South Africa. Her research interests are in dark sky tourism, indigenous astronomy, and community development. Connecting humanity […]

Sarah Rose Bieszczad, Guus Dix, Jorrit Smit

Sarah Rose Bieszczad is PhD candidate at Leiden University, currently investigating how shifts towards societal relevance shape deep sea research and its (dis)engagement with deep sea mining research.|Guus Dix is assistant professor sociology of science at the University of Twente and climate activist for Extinction Rebellion and Scientist Rebellion.|Jorrit Smit is a postdoctoral researcher at […]