In 2008 the University of Bologna has launched a new international Ph.D. program in Science, Technology, and Humanities (from 2010: Science, Cognition, and Technology), in cooperation with the universities of Exeter, in England, and Konstanz, in Germany. This is the first academic program in Italy that opens up a space for the dialogue between humanities, science studies, and the sciences. The program is sustained by the international collaboration of faculty from a broad spectrum of disciplines, from the sciences to the humanities. This volume documents the early activity of the Bologna doctoral program by collecting work-in-progress essays by some of its graduate students and by some of their colleagues based at the University of Exeter.

Impure cultures. Interfacing science, technology, and humanities

PANCALDI, GIULIANO
2010

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In 2008 the University of Bologna has launched a new international Ph.D. program in Science, Technology, and Humanities (from 2010: Science, Cognition, and Technology), in cooperation with the universities of Exeter, in England, and Konstanz, in Germany. This is the first academic program in Italy that opens up a space for the dialogue between humanities, science studies, and the sciences. The program is sustained by the international collaboration of faculty from a broad spectrum of disciplines, from the sciences to the humanities. This volume documents the early activity of the Bologna doctoral program by collecting work-in-progress essays by some of its graduate students and by some of their colleagues based at the University of Exeter.
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