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E-CAP 2005. Building Epistemological Infrastructures - interventions at a technical university Lena Trojer Technoscience Studies Blekinge Institute of Technology www.bth.se/tks/teknovet.nsf. My concern open up for and foster epistemological pluralism at technical faculties

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E-CAP 2005

Building Epistemological Infrastructures

- interventions at a technical university

Lena Trojer

Technoscience Studies

Blekinge Institute of Technology

www.bth.se/tks/teknovet.nsf


My concern

open up for and foster

epistemological pluralism at technical faculties

My presentation

Elaborate the question how to get resources

for epistemological pluralism

My rationale

Situated at a technical profile university

/ applied ICT in distributed knowledge systems

The central idea of combining established forms of scientific

inquiry with a social pragmatic of developing and legitimating

goals, methods, theories and products, can be realised by

epistemological pluralism and partial translations between

situated knowledges of different communities. (Ina Wagner 1994)


Distributed knowledge production systems

Experiences in an innovation node

Society speaks back


Feminist technoscience as a resource

transformation

reality production

relevance

situatedknowledge

potentials

- to expand the knowledge frames and practices

- to open up preferential rights of interpretation

- to develop epistemological infrastructures

- to establish new arenas

- to create driving forces for inter- and transdisciplinary constellations


Karen Barad (2003)

“We” are not outside observers of the world. Nor are we simply located

at particular places in the world; rather, we are part of the world

in its ongoing intra-activity

…We are part of the world in its differential becoming.

DevelopEpistemologicalInfrastructures

Technoscience Studies

www.bth.se/tks/teknovet.nsf


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