[STS-India-Network] STS India Network Inaugural Workshop Registration | Deadline: Dec 5
We are delighted to open registration for the inaugural in-person 2-day
workshop, Pathways of STS: Where we come from and where we [can] go, to
be organized at the Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad (IITH) on
December 14-15, 2023.
Please register by filling up this google form: Registration Form
If you require accommodation at the IITH Guest House (to be paid by
participants), please also fill this google form: Accommodation Request
Registration deadline is December 5.
The workshop will include opportunities for extended introductions for
workshop participants, a keynote session, as well as roundtables to discuss
pathways into and for STS in contemporary India. The workshop also seeks to
connect to the vast global diaspora of Indian STS and will include one
hybrid session, Building collaborative STS infrastructures from near and
far, on Friday, December 15 from 09.30 to 11.30 am IST. Those
interested in participating in this session can register using this form
a link for the session will be circulated to registered participants close
to the date of the workshop. The workshop description is copied below, a
fuller agenda will be circulated closer to the workshop dates.
Pathways of STS: Where we come from and where we [can] goInaugural workshop of the STS India Network
December 14 & 15, 2023
Scholars working in Science and Technology Studies (STS) in India and
across the South Asian region have been housed in various departments and
disciplines, building community in serendipitous ways that are often linked
to their participation in international forums that have acquired both
definition and visibility. This is despite the fact that the region has had
a vibrant STS tradition that has generated a significant and diverse
literature. This 2-day event hopes to bring together STS scholars across
career stages from across the region, and those from elsewhere who work
on/in the region to think together on how we might build a community,
exchange ideas, and foster collaborations. The workshop welcomes
participation from researchers who have a longstanding interest in STS as
well as those who may wish to explore the field and find their own
"pathways" into it.
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