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Reminder: CfP: Framing Innovation in a Networked World---Rotterdam, 2-3 September 2021---Deadline: 29 March 2021

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Call for Papers  Deadline: 29 March 2021



Framing Innovation in a Networked World: An Interdisciplinary Workshop



Erasmus School of Philosophy, Rotterdam (The Netherlands)



2-3 September 2021



Organizer:



Paolo Rossini (Erasmus School of Philosophy, Rotterdam)



Confirmed speakers:



Klaas van Berkel (University of Groningen)

Mario Biagioli (UCLA)

Catherine Herfeld (University of Zurich)

Karena Kalmbach (Eindhoven University of Technology)

Roberto Lalli and Dirk Wintergrn (Max Planck Institute for the History of
Science)

Chiara Lisciandra (University of Groningen)

Sandra Manickam (Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication,
Rotterdam)

Tommaso Venturini (CNRS Centre for Internet and Society)



The exponential growth of social networks has opened new avenues for
innovators. As the world has shrunk, diffusion of innovations has grown
faster, while the number of collaborative inventions has steadily increased.
But a networked world has also its challenges. The channels that allow a
disease to spread are those that prevent its cure from being accepted. And,
with the advent of social media, controversies over innovations have broadened
and intensified, becoming more difficult to navigate. Here, lessons can be
learned from history. We are not the first to live in a small world.
17th-century Europe already presented a high degree of connectedness, with a
few brokers bridging politically and culturally disparate regions. In this
context, scientific and technological innovation thrived, as discoveriesfrom
Galileos telescope to Newtons law of universal gravitationwere made at an
unprecedented rate.



Framing innovationhow it is created and adopted, but also obstructed and
deniedis an unescapable task for social scientists, historians, philosophers,
computer scientists, and economists alike. The aim of this workshop is to
foster a discussion across disciplines. Erasmus University Rotterdam has a
tradition of interdisciplinary collaboration. Young scholars and leading
experts are invited to share their research, discuss new methodologies, and
communicate the results of their investigations. Submissions on any historical
period and geographic location are welcome.



Abstracts no longer than 350 words accompanied by a short curriculum of the
author(s) can be sent to rossini@esphil.eur.nl
until 29 March 2021. The workshop will be in English.



Speakers and attendants will be able to participate in the workshop either in
person or online.



The workshop is part of the project Cartesian Networks, which has received
funding from the European Unions Horizon 2020 research and innovation
programme under the Marie Skodowska-Curie grant agreement No 891747.

________________________________
Dr. Paolo Rossini
Marie Skodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellow  EU Research Project Cartesian
Networks (n. 891747)
Erasmus School of Philosophy | Bayle Building J5-61 | 3000 DR Rotterdam | The
Netherlands | Tel: 010-4088991
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