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Message posted on 22/02/2021

CfP ‘International Scientific Consortia: Knowledge Infrastructures and the Role of STS Scholars’ – 4S Annual Meeting 2021

                Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to invite you to submit a paper proposal to the Open
Panel *‘International
Scientific Consortia: Knowledge Infrastructures and the Role of STS
Scholars’ (Open Panel 107) *at the 2021 4S Annual Meeting (October 6-9,
2021). More information is included below. The deadline for submission is
March 8. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Thank you!

Best regards,

Simcha Jong and Richelle Boone, INSCONS project ,
Leiden University

Contact: s.jong@liacs.leidenuniv.nl or r.n.boone@sbb.leidenuniv.nl



*‘International Scientific Consortia: Knowledge Infrastructures and the
Role of STS Scholars’ (Open Panel 107)*

International scientific consortia play an ever more central role in
efforts to address global challenges such as how to respond to major health
emergencies, the development of new, clean sources of energy, and how to
preserve our environment. This has given rise to numerous questions about
the structures of international scientific consortia, and about how these
are changing scientific work. Which are the different types of
organisational forms that these consortia adopt? And how are these
consortia situated within the broader context of the scientific endeavour?
What do we know about the social, organizational, and political dynamics of
international scientific consortia? What kind of stakeholders are involved?
And which organisational frameworks are used to deal with specific
coordination challenges tied to international scientific consortia? What
are scientists’ practical experiences with international scientific
consortia? And how do these relate to underlying knowledge infrastructures?

How could the social, organizational and political dynamics of
international scientific consortia be studied best? Which methods should be
employed? Last but not least: what might be ideas to improve knowledge
infrastructures of international scientific consortia? And what is the role
of STS scholars in a process of designing knowledge infrastructures and/or
facilitating international scientific consortia?

Keywords: International scientific collaborations, research consortia,
organisation of science
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