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2002 - 2003 Events

"What Is Information?”
Wednesday, October 30 2002
7:30 - 9:00 PM
240 Franklin Center
Cosponsored with ISIS (Information Systems + Information Science)
http://www.sts.duke.edu/roundtables/whatisinformation.htm

The Science, Technology & Society (STS) Roundtables are a series of meetings that bring together members of the Duke community to discuss STS topics. Each STS Roundtable has a chosen theme, an invited panel, and a moderator. After the initial comments of the panelists all guests in attendance are invited to join in a general discussion. The roundtables are open to the general public.


" Two Dogmas of Rationalism"
John Haugeland
, University of Chicago
Friday, Feb 14 2003
3:30 pm
105 West Duke Building

The Duke University Philosophy Department Colloquium Series is sponsored in part by the Robert Leet Patterson Endowment for Philosophy, and the Center for Reflection on Science and Technology.
Reception follows.


Locating Knowledges, Decolonizing Expertise: A Workshop
March 3–4 2003
The John Hope Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary and International Studies
Cosponsored by:
The Franklin Humanities Institute
The Center for Global Studies and the Humanities
The Center for the Study of Muslim Networks
The Center for Rethinking Science and Technology
This workshop is an invitation-only event.


“We Will Remember It For You”
A University Scholars Symposium
Thursday, March 6 2003
5:00 pm
240 Franklin Center

University Scholars Program Showcase 2003
The Undergraduate, Graduate, and Professional School University Scholars are exceptional, creative students who have exhibited wide interdisciplinary interests and commitments. Each year, University Scholars showcase their research and scholarship in a symposium to which the entire University community is invited. Brian Cantwell Smith will be the keynote speaker for their 2003 symposium on memory. All are welcome to attend, so please join us for this special evening.


“The Nature Of Models”
Thursday, March 20 2003
7:30 – 9:30 PM
240 Franklin Center
http://www.sts.duke.edu/roundtables/models.html

The Science, Technology & Society (STS) Roundtables are a series of meetings that bring together members of the Duke community to discuss STS topics. Each STS Roundtable has a chosen theme, an invited panel, and a moderator. After the initial comments of the panelists all guests in attendance are invited to join in a general discussion. The roundtables are open to the general public.