CSS - Center for Science and Society
The Center for Science and Society grows out of the conviction that the questions that will determine the future survival of humanity are of a new kind that cannot be answered by the method of the natural sciences or the humanities in isolation from each other. The Center thus aims to create a new paradigm of collaborative inquiry between the natural and social sciences and the humanities. Natural scientists and scholars informed by the perspectives and methods of the humanities, brought together under the umbrella of the Center, carry out collectively conceived research, teaching, and public programming to formulate new perspectives and innovative scholarship, and further public understanding about the role of science in society.
The heart of the Center is formed by six inaugural Research Clusters led by Columbia and Barnard faculty currently engaged in the study of science and society. These projects are designed to maximize collaborative research among a variety of disciplines, and to lay the foundation for joint teaching and curriculum development.
Staff: Pamela Smith (Founding Director), Melinda Miller (Associate Director), Darwin Eng (Business Manager), Roshana Nabi (Project Manager), Jozef Sulik (Project Manager), Caroline Surman (Project Assistant). Steering Committee: Pamela Smith, Marwa Elshakry, Matthew Jones, Eugenia Lean, Christia Mercer, Shahid Neem, Robert Pollack, David Rosner, Kavita Sivaramakrishnan, Sara Tjossem.
The Center for Science and Society
Columbia University in the City of New York
511 Fayerweather Hall, MC 2509
1180 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10027
The section "Research" describes the six principal projects and research clusters: Big Data and Science Studies; Environmental Sciences and Humanities; Global Histories of Science; Tha Making and Knowing Project; Revisiting Philosophy and its Pasts; Science and Subjectivity.
In "Announcements" are available: news, funding and Fellowships, jobs and other opportunities. The section "Events" contains information about past and outcoming events. There is also an archive of past conferences.
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