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Deakin STS

Science and Society Curricula and Course Materials

These teaching materials were developed for the course 'Science in Culture' at Deakin University. They were published between 1985-1990. The course team included Barry Butcher, David Wade Chambers, Struan Jacobs, Jack McCulloch, David Turnbull and Penny Williams. There are four courses included...Read more

4S 2018 Poster: Helen Verran

This poster was created as part of STS at Deakin University, an STS Across Borders gallery collection at the 4S 2018 annual meeting in Sydney, Australia. All posters in the STS at Deakin University poster series can be found ...Read more

David Wade Chambers Q&A

This Q&A with David Wade Chambers was produced by Chambers specifically for the STS Across Borders Exhibit. David Wade Chambers was a key figure in the establishment of an STS Unit at Deakin University, Australia, in the 1980s and 1990s. In this document, Wade responds to several questions...Read more

Review of Liberation and Control: The Uses of Knowledge and Power

This publication is a review of published textbooks created by the Deakin Social Studies of Science course team. It was published in 1983 and written by George Bindon. Read more

Science and Other Indigenous Knowledge Systems

This book chapter from the 1995 Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, co-authored by Helen Verran and David Turnbull, explores the concept of 'knowledge systems' through several examples, including builders of Gothic cathedrals, Amer-Indian cultures (Inca and Anasazi), and...Read more

Medicine and Society Curricula and Course Materials

These teaching materials were developed for the course 'Science in Culture' at Deakin University. They were published between 1985-1990. The course team included Barry Butcher, David Wade Chambers, Struan Jacobs, Jack McCullock, David Turnbull and Penny Williams. There are four courses included...Read more

The Politics of Knowing and Being Known

In this 1990 essay, Helen Verran discusses the ways in which the Yolngu people of northern Austrtalia 'are engaging in the politics of knowing and being known in a systematic endeavour to halt and to reverse the impulse for domination of European-dervied Australia' (Verran, 1990: 127). Read more

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