I’ll be giving a talk at the ISHPSSB2021 on Thursday 15th July. “Can Scientists Study Individuals?” Short answer: Sure, but it gets hard when they’re unique.
Here’s a selection of some talks I’ve given recently. I’m happy to share my slides if you’re interested.
|18/03/2021||“Big Data in Behavioural Biology” |
Digital Studies of Digital Science, Online. Watch it on YouTube.
|08/12/2020||“Population Thinking and Uniqueness of Individuals” |
Evolution Seminar, Bielefeld University.
|28/10/2020||“Explaining Honour Killing with Sexism and Marginalisation” (with Ali Teymoori). Australian Posthumanities Seminar. Now available as a podcast!|
|12/06/2020||“Studying Individuality” SFB-TRR212 Seminar Series, Bielefeld University/University of Münster.|
|16/01/2020||“Like a human fingerprint: Uniqueness and biological individuality.”|
Philosophy and History of Science Colloquium, Ruhr University Bochum.
|10/07/2019||“Defining the niche for niche construction” ISHPSSB2019, Oslo University.|
|11/04/2019||“Carving up reality: Scientific metaphysics and aspirational ontology.” Realities and Fantasies: Workshop for the Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis, University of Amsterdam.|
|26/02/2019||“What Fish is This? Process ontology and identification practices.” GWP 2019, Köln University.|