Sheila Jasanoff: Applications
In this seminar, we showed diverse examples of practical applications of the 2022 Holberg Laureate's central concepts.
Sheila Jasanoff, Holberg Prize winner in 2022, is professor in Science and Technology Studies at Harvard Kennedy School.
In a mini-seminar series on her work, which took place at SVT's seminar room on 22 April, 29 April and 5 May, we invited the audience to take part in an exploration of the scholarship for which the Holberg Prize was awarded. The series was led by researchers at the Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities at UiB.
In this seminar, we showed diverse examples of practical applications of Jasanoff's central concepts.
Responsible for the seminar: Roger Strand. Presentations by Caroline Engen, Gernot Rieder, Ingrid Foss Ballo, Zora Kovacic and Thomas Völker.
The seminar was held in English.
See a recording of the presentations here:
Sheila Jasanoff - Applications
Sheila Jasanoff: Main concepts
In this seminar, Kjetil Rommetveit gave an introduction to 2022 Holberg Prize winner Sheila Jasanoff's scholarship and main contributions.
Sheila Jasanoff: Implications
In this seminar, Ragnar Fjelland discussed the normative implications of the scholarship of this year's Holberg Prize winner.
Science and Technology Studies Pioneer Sheila Jasanoff Named 2022 Holberg Laureate
It was announced today that the 2022 Holberg Prize is awarded to US scholar Sheila Jasanoff for her groundbreaking reserach in science and technology studies. The Nils Klim Prize is awarded to Finnish theologian Elisa Uusimäki.