David Turnbull - 'Finding My Way Through Messy Contingencies: autoethnographic reflections on working in Social Studies of Science at Deakin University'

In this 2018 essay, David Turnbull describes her experience arriving at Deakin University in the late 1980s, and working in the Science Studies Unit with scholars such as Max Charlesworth, David Wade Chambers, and Helen Verran. Turnbull reflects on his arrival at Deakin University (when Max Charlesworth hired Turnbull partly on the basis of a letter Turnbull had published in the Melbourne-based newspaper The Age, on Karl Popper) as well as the broader history of Deakin STS.

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August 22, 2018