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Winter Speaker Series
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How does collective vision shape the impact of science and technology on our daily lives? How has narrative been used to re-imagine and reform institutional and cultural forms of science, despite their ongoing connections to power and oppression? The CELLS winter speaker series brings together scholars and writers to discuss the significance of the literary imagination in (non)fictional accounts of science and technology, as well as in theoretical debates in academia and beyond.

These evening lectures are hosted online via Zoom in English. They are open to the public (registration required) and free of charge. Live captioning will be provided. 

Series Moderators: Matthew Sample (CELLS) and Anna Nguyen (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences)

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