New Podcast Episode “We are TUM” on Evidence Practices
Stefan Esselborn and Sasche Dickel from the research group were guests in the new episode of “We are TUM”, a podcast by the Technical University of Munich. Here you can listen to it in
Stefan Esselborn and Sasche Dickel from the research group were guests in the new episode of “We are TUM”, a podcast by the Technical University of Munich. Here you can listen to it in read more
HIER geht es zu den Details.
At the start of the final workshop of the DFG research group “Evidence Practices” in Munich, (25-28 April 2023) we would like to invite you to the keynote speech of Prof. Dr. Dagmar Schäfer.
We kindly ask you to register in advance with our administrator, Tabitha Goricki: email@example.com.
For the complete programme please click HERE
From the publishers (translated):
… What we call modernity today is not least an era of technology. Individuals and societies have experienced a profound transformation through technological inventions and productions; new machines have changed work and warfare, living and mobility, language and communication, social and economic relationships. The authors of the Tel Aviv Yearbook 2020 interrogate the historical conditions and consequences of modern technologies: how have new machines influenced the modes of life and writing in Germany and elsewhere?
An invitation to an online podium discussion from GWMT (Society for the History of Science, Medicine and Technology) on 25th September 2020, 14.30-17.00
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We are very pleased to announce that the DFG Research Group 2448 “Practicing Evidence –
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