Jessica Caporusso Collaboration Bio

Hi, I'm Jessica Caporusso, a Ph.D. Candidiate in the Department of Anthropology at York University (Canada). I'm in the process of writing up my dissertation on the conflicts and contestation surrounding green energy regimes in the Republic of Mauritius, an island nation that is...Read more

Mike Grijseels collaboration bio

Mike Grijseels, is a PhD candidate at the Athena Institute, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. He was originally trained as an exercise therapist and worked in elderly care for 6 years. He then pursued a MSc in International Public Health at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. His current work is on...Read more

Dan Santos

  • deutero [reflective/learning capacity]: How are people and organizations denoting and worrying about the phenomena you study?

In my dissertation, I am interested...Read more

Cheri Johnson Collaboration Bio

I am a PhD candidate in Science and Technology Studies at Virginia Tech. I also have a M.S. degree in systems engineering and an extensive background in designing/implementing programs and tools for primarily U.S. government policy makers.

My research...Read more

360 degree Academia

When we try to see something beyond? when we are already in that space and want to explore things beyond.

While working with the Reang tribe in Tripura, India. I realized that their language...Read more

Jonathan Wald Collaboration Bio

Hi, I'm Jonathan Wald (he/him), a Ph.D. candidate in anthropology at McGill University. From 2017 to 2018, I worked with a team of climate scientists advising the government of the southeastern Brazilian state of Minas Gerais. I’m interested in how traditional notions of science,...Read more

6S 2020 Workshop Collaborative Notes Documents

To facilitate documentation of the 6S 2020 workshop sessions, we have established one collaborative notes document per sketch. At the beginning of your session, please assign at least one person...Read more

Visualizing "the Point" of the Project

Having finished selecting my images and describing them below, I thought it worthwhile sharing with any readers that I see each of these images as representing a open science stakeholder's attempt...Read more

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