A PhD course on the bioeconomy was held in Oslo 9-13 December as part of the ERC Little Tools project.
The Little Tools team met for two days of lively discussions on the project and works in progress.
The workshop was held at Tøyen in Oslo 14-15 October, with open lectures from invited speakers Eve Chiapello and Andrew Barry.
Little Tools postdoc Hilde Reinertsen participates in panel on our relationship to nature.
Kristin Asdal held a presentation on document analysis at a workshop on methods held in Trondheim, 17 September.
The lecture, on "an ethnography of documents", was part of a PhD course on ethnography in STS.
On September 11, Hilde Reinertsen participated in panel on the value of the ocean at the National Theater in Oslo.
TIK participated in organizing a stand at the Oslo Science Expo, 20-21 September.
The 2019 conference of the Society for Social Studies of Science took place from September 3 to 7 in New Orleans. TIK was there!
Kristin Asdal and Béatrice Cointe presented a paper at the 2019 EGOS Colloquium in Edinburgh.
The new working paper is co-written by all members of the Little Tools Research team, and titled "The Good Economy: Re-casting the bioeconomy, its normativities and its trouble."
The new working paper is titled "Experiments in co-modification: A relational take on the becoming of commodities and the making of market value".
Kristin Asdal represented the Little Tools team at the European Society for Environmental History (ESEH) conference in Tallinn.
Hilde Reinertsen and Kristin Asdal address how the blue economy is calculated in a new article in Journal of Cultural Economy.
On June 20-21, the Little Tools team gathered once again at Tøyen Hovedgård in Oslo to discuss works-in-progress and the road ahead.
On May 6-7, the 18th Annual STS Conference took place in Graz, Austria, with a focus on "Critical issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies". Professor Kristin Asdal and postdoc Béatrice Cointe represented the Little Tools Team.
TIK celebrated its 20th anniversary with a conference last week. Researchers from the Little Tools project were well-represented among the speakers.
The article "Bureaucratic power in note-writing: authoritative expertise within the state" was awarded a prize from Sosiologen.
Kristin Asdal was invited as a visiting professor at the Department of Sociology and Work Science of the University of Gothenburg for two months this spring.
The Little Tools team met for two days of intense discussion on writings in-progress.
Hilde Reinertsen and Kristin Asdal have published a paper in a special issue of Arr - the Norwegian history of ideas journal focused on the ocean.
The Little Tools project invites submissions for a panel they are organising at the next 4S Conference in August.
Submissions welcome for Kristin Asdal and Maximilian Fochler's panel on the entanglement of valuation and knowledge practices!