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midweSTS Graduate Student Workshop 2017

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Bloomington

601 E Kirkwood Ave

Bloomington, IN 47405

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midweSTS invites graduate student submissions for a 3-day workshop addressing themes in critical, decolonial, feminist, anti-racist, transnational, queer, and ecological potentials in science and technology studies, as well as critical doing/making and design studies. We invite work engaging in the politics of creation and political intervention, as well as scholars working in the regional in-between that gets called “Midwest,” including the Great Lakes region; lands variously territorialized by histories of settler colonialism, indigenous presence and practice, industrialism and its alternatives, black technocultures, migrant makings, and visible and invisible genealogies of innovation. It’s a region that today is often positioned as a deindustrial periphery despite its lively and ongoing technoscientifc and political innovations, experimentations, and solidarities. This event, which is the second annual midweSTS Graduate Workshop, gathers together the exciting critical work being created in this region and aims towards building stronger networks and communities between emerging scholars and researchers.

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