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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

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


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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)


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Distributed knowledge production systems

Experiences in an innovation node

Society speaks back


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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


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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