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The Winter 2015 issue of the SSHM newsletter is out!

The NEW issue of the SSHM newsletter is now out! http://www.kcl.ac.uk/…/SSHM%20Newsletter%20Autumn%202015.pdf Click here for news on: SSHM 4th birthday, news, grants and awards, new PhD students, research updates (new project: Mental Health, migration and the megacity), guest appearances & lectures. … Continue reading

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Call for papers 4S/EASST Open Track 2016: What is a Problem? Problematic Ecologies, Methodologies and Ontologies in Techno-science and Beyond

We are delighted to announce a new Call for Papers for the Joint conference of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) and European Association for the Study of Science and Technology (EASST) on the topic: “What is a Problem? Problematic … Continue reading

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Work In Progress Seminar November 12th with Sebastian Rojas Navarro: “A biomedical hybridization of childhood? Modes of agency and flashes of will according to an ethnographic experience in a Chilean school of Santiago”.

We are delighted announce that the second session of the Work in Progress Seminar Series (WiPs) will take place on Thursday the 12th at 4 PM in Room 3.1.1 East Wing Strand Campus. Sebastian Rojas Navarro, one of our wonderful PhD … Continue reading

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The Autumn 2014 issue of the SSHM newsletter is now out!

We are pleased to announce the publication of  this term’s Social Science, Health and Medicine (SSHM) Newsletter. The SSHM newsletter is curated by our wonderful PhD students Tara Mahfoud, Sebastian Rojas Navarro and Cameron Spence. You can access the newsletter here. Please enjoy reading and … Continue reading

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The second issue of the SSHM newsletter is out!

From the new issue of the SSHM newsletter, a note from Head of Department Professor Nikolas Rose: “Welcome to the second of our regular newsletters. As you will see, it has been a very exciting time in our new Department, as many new transdisciplinary … Continue reading

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