AJI Book Manuscript Workshop Winners
The Ann Johnson Institute for Science, Technology & Society is delighted to announce the winners of the annual Book Manuscript Workshop for 2020/2021:
Rachel Ankeny, Professor, Departments of History and Philosophy, and Deputy Dean Research, Faculty of Arts, University of Adelaide
In Defense of Medical Cases uses methods primarily from the philosophy of medicine and science but is informed by the history and social studies of medicine. This book will explore the construction and use of medical cases, with a particular focus on how they function to produce knowledge in medical research and clinical practice. Its arguments will have implications well beyond medicine for applied and hybrid sciences more generally, particularly in rapidly changing fields with heavy dependence on technology development.
Rosalind Donald, Postdoctoral Associate in Environmental Communication and Justice, Department of Marine Ecosystems and Society, University of Miami
Greenlining investigates the relationship between environmental policies and displacement in Miami-Dade, an area that is increasingly vulnerable to the effects of climate change and the second-most unequal in the United States, with a severe shortage of affordable housing. Climate gentrification is high on the agenda in the city as developers target high ground away from the water in areas that are historically Black due to segregation and displacement.
Elizabeth Rodwell, Assistant Professor, Department of Information and Logistics Technology, University of Houston
Push the Button is the result of unprecedented access to the Japanese television industry and, based on 18 months of fieldwork among broadcast and print journalists, contributes to a mission within the fields of anthropology and communication studies to understand how creative professionals are adapting to ongoing technological change and obsolescence within their fields.
Leah McClimans www.leahmcclimans.com
Associate Professor, Philosophy Co-Director Ann Johnson Institute for Science, Technology & Society Lead for INtegrating Values InTo Evidence-Based Medicine/Policy (INVITE) https://valuesbasedpractice.org/what-do-we-do/networks/integrating-values-int o-evidence-based-medicine-invite/ she/her/hers
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