Fridays, September 18 – December 4, 2020
STS Lunch Seminar Series

12:00-1:15 pm (online)
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News & Announcements

Nick Seaver, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, discusses attention as a cultural phenomenon in a video for Tufts Now

Assistant Professor of Biology Benjamin Wolfe explains why our microbiome is important to our health for the Tufts video series Ever Wonder

Keren Ladin, Assistant Professor of Public Health and Community Medicine, was quoted in the FiveThirtyEight article "Our Organ Donation System Is Unfair. The Solution Might Be Too."

Recommended STS Reads: Our faculty nominate their favorite STS texts. Read more >

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Highlighted Courses

Fall 2020:

STS 10-01
STS Reading Lab: Classification

STS 10-02
STS Reading Lab: Automation

STS 10-03
STS Reading Lab: Power

STS 50-01
STS Lunch Seminar Series

STS 118
Philosophy of Biology

STS 136
Cultures of Computing

CLS 40 (PHIL 40)
Paradoxes and Dilemmas

SOC 186 (CH 186)
International Health Policy

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Science, Technology, and Society

The vibrant interdisciplinary area called Science, Technology, and Society (STS) uses approaches from anthropology, philosophy, and other fields in the humanities and social sciences to study science and technology in their social context. Learn more >

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