Science & Technology Studies offers an interdisciplinary program of study focused on the critical role of science and technology, both past and present. Research in the field applies the methods and theories of the humanities, social sciences and cultural studies to the examination of technology and scientific knowledge and practice.
Science & Technology Studies is particularly well positioned to provide analytical, critical and historically informed insight to complex questions regarding science, health and engineering policy, intellectual property, expertise, ethics, and the public understanding of science. This field contributes to timely debates that bridge the academy and the world beyond it with a dexterity that is more difficult to achieve from within the traditional disciplines.
- Jordan Bimm in the Toronto Star on pilots and mental health
- York's Politics of Evidence Working Group launched the Write2Know Project. Co-organized by Natasha Myers (YorkU) and Max Liboirion (MemorialU), this letter-writing campaign mobilized hundreds of people across Canada and beyond to send almost 3000 letters to government officials to call attention to the muzzling of federal scientists.
November 6-8, 2015
|2015 CSTHA’s 19th biennial conference at York University|
The Program Committee invites papers addressing this year’s conference theme: “science and technology across borders.” We also invite papers on all subjects relating to the history of science, technology, and medicine in Canada.
Proposal deadline: June 30, 2015.
Dates & Deadlines
- ADMISSIONS: If you are interested in applying for our MA or PhD degree programs, contact the Graduate Program Director Aryn Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org