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Noortje Marres

Wed, Jun 16, 2021    11:30am

Testing technology in society: Beyond the lab?

Lecture by Noortje Marres with an introduction by Caitlin Blanchfield. Caitlin Blanchfield and Samuel Stewart-Halevy will moderate the conversation.

Meeting ID: 485 986 6049

Professor Noortje Marres is Director of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, University of Warwick. Her work investigates issues at the intersection of innovation, everyday environments and public life: the role of mundane objects and devices in environmental engagement, intelligent technology testing in society, and changing relations between social life and social science in a computational age. She also contributes to methodology development, in the area of issue mapping, and more recently, situational analytics. Noortje studied philosophy and sociology of science and technology at the University of Amsterdam and published Material Participation (2012) and Digital Sociology (2017) and with Michael Guggenheim and Alex Wilkie edited Inventing the Social (2018). 

Free and open to the public. Organized by the MS in Advanced Architectural Design program as part of their Arguments Lecture Series.