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Science Studies Reception at Duke University
February 12, 2016 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
We hope that you will join us for a wine and cheese “science studies” reception on Friday, February 12, from 5-6:30 pm at the FHI Garage. The purpose of this reception is to bring together scholars in the Triangle area who are interested in science studies, especially in its science and literature, science-and-technology studies (STS), philosophy of science, history of science, and sociology of sciences modalities. This reception has been organized by Julianne Werlin (English, Duke), Stefani Engelstein (German, Duke) and Rob Mitchell (English, Duke), and is sponsored by the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Science and Cultural Theory. The reception will directly follow the Center’s February 12 symposium on “Francis Bacon and the Problem of Method.” While we would of course encourage people interested in the reception to join us for the symposium, we also want to stress that that these are two separate events, and you should feel free to attend the reception even if you are not able to attend the symposium.
An RSVP is not necessary (that is, you should feel free to attend the reception even if you don’t RSVP), but it will help us for planning purposes if you are able to let us know that you will attend. RSVPs can be sent to Davide Carozza at mailto:email@example.com
For directions to the FHI Garage, see the following Duke campus map