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Sandra Harding - Objectivity and Diversity: New Proper Scientific Selfs

donderdag, 15 mei, 2014 - 12:30 to donderdag, 15 mei, 2014 - 14:00
Campus: Brussels Humanities, Sciences & Engineering campus
Building B
Promotion Hall
Doctoral School of Human Sciences, RHEA, Dept. Philosophy & Moral Sciences, Casterman-Hamers Chair
gcoene@vub.ac.be
https://www.vub.be/FILO/?p=714
Public lecture

Sandra HardingFor close to five decades social justice science movements have criticized the idea that only value-free scientific research can count as objective. They have criticized 'Mr. Nowhere', who supposedly can see everywhere in the world from no particular place in it. What is the new 'proper scientific self' that could replace this 'Mr. Nowhere'? This presentation will focus on three such new kinds of proper scientific selfs which have emerged in writings from feminisms and other social justice movements. 

Sandra Harding is a Distuingished Professor of Education and Gender Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is a philosopher and author of numerous books and special journal issues. Sandra Harding has lectured at over 300 colleges, universities and conferences. In 2013 she was awarded the John Desmond Bernal Award by the Society for the Social Studies of Science for distuingished contributions to the field.

Participation is free, but please register by sending an e-mail to doctoral.schools@vub.ac.be

Lunch included for VUB-personnel (Foyer) - send an e-mail to  doctoral.schools@vub.ac.be