idw - Informationsdienst
02/16/2021 - 02/16/2021 | Essen
The talk reviews recent trends in science communication research and theoretical discussion, proposing an inclusive definition of science communication as the social conversation around science. It then discusses the potential and implications of such proposed definition.
Massimiano Bucchi, Professor of Science and Technology in Society and Director of Master SCICOMM, University of Trento, has been visiting professor in Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania. He is the author of several books (published in more than 20 countries) and papers in journals such as Nature, Science and PLOS. From 2016 to 2019 he was editor-in-chief of the international journal Public Understanding of Science. He regularly contributes to newspapers and TV programmes.
Massimiano Bucchi, University of Trento
Martina Franzen, KWI Fellow
Julika Griem, KWI Director
Sabine Voßkamp, KWI Research Management
Organised by the Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities (KWI)
ABOUT CARTE BLANCHE II
In these pandemic times, we would like to reward ourselves and our audience with four special treats: We have asked well-known researchers from various disciplines to present and discuss their favourite lecture with us. We are looking very much forward to Sianne Ngai (University of Chicago), Carolin Meister (Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe), Ulrich Johannes Schneider (Leipzig University Library) and Massimiano Bucchi (University of Trento).
Information on participating / attending:
Participants can register for the lecture via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, February 15th, 2021. Participants will then receive the Zoom link.
02/16/2021 18:00 - 02/16/2021 20:00
Scientists and scholars, all interested persons
Cultural sciences, Media and communication sciences, Social studies
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Presentation / colloquium / lecture
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event67815
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