Science and Technology: Inclusion/Exclusion
Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association
2004 ANNUAL MEETINGS
RENCONTRES ANNUELLES 2004 DE LA SCSA
Canadian Federation of Humanities and Social Sciences
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba
June 3-6, 2004 / 3 au 6 juin 2004
The proposed session aims to bring together papers that present
the recent research on gender, science, technology. In particular
papers are sought that examine the gendered basis of the new technologies
of information/ communication. Also critical examinations of the
new biomedical and reproductive technologies are sought. Papers
that focus on strategies and policies af inclusion in science/technology/biomedicine
The objective of the session would be to bring together research
different disciplines such as sociology, anthropology, women’s studies,
gender studies, cultural studies, science and technology studies
provide an exchange of ideas on where are we at in the inter-relation
gender and technoscience.
Send abstracts to:
Sima Aprahamian, Ph.D.
e-mail: [email protected]
Simone de Beauvoir Institute
1455 de Maisonneuve w.
December 1, 2003: Presenters
to send a letter of intent to the session
organizer. A letter of intent is assumed to be less exact than an
abstract, although that might be included.
December 15, 2003: Session
organizers to inform the presenters that their
topic is of potential interest for their session. This is not a
to include the paper.
February 28, 2004: Either
a lengthy draft or full paper to be in the
hands of session organizers to guarantee space in the session. Within
few days session organizers will inform the presenters if their
have been accepted or rejected. Completed papers for which prior
of intent have not been received may be accepted at the discretion
March 15, 2004: Participants
to send Participant Abstracts form and
printed abstract of their presentation to their section organizers.
March 15, 2004: Program Coordinator
to receive requests for Audio-Visual
equipment. Please note that overhead projectors and screens are
in all designated rooms, other equipment such as PowerPoint may
easily and/or freely available. Therefore, it is necessary for
participants to inform the Program Coordinator of their A-V needs
in mind that high-end equipment is scarce and expensive.
All participants must send their membership application and
dues to CSAA
The participants must be members of the Canadian Sociology and
Anthropology Association as of March 15, 2004, unless they
participating in a joint session with another association member
CFHSS of which they are a member.