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Marius Zipf

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Volumes 16 and 17 of the Knowledge and Space Book Series are out now!

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Program of "Professions and Proficiency"

Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Thursday, June 27, 2019
Friday, June 28, 2019

Wednesday, June 26, 2019


 

Welcome Address (09:15)
Johannes Glückler and Anna Mateja Punstein, Institute of Geography, Heidelberg University (Germany)

 

Session 1: Professions in Action
Chair: Johannes Glückler, Institute of Geography, Heidelberg University (Germany)

Professions, Knowledge, and Workplace Change: The Case of Canadian Engineers (10:00)
Tracey L. Adams, Department of Sociology, University of Western Ontario (Canada)

Coffee Break (11:00)

The Siemens Brothers William and Werner: Siemens in Germany and England and Global Telegraphy (11:30)
Wolfgang König, Berlin Center for Knowledge Research, Technical University Berlin (Germany)

Lunch (12:30)

Chair: Maria Savona, Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex (UK)

The Rise, Decline and Survival of the Parisian Plumassier (13:30)
Merle Patchett, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol (UK)

The Beginnings of the Psychology Profession in Argentina: Science, Institutional Context and Society (14:30)
Hugo Klappenbach, Faculty of Psychology, National University of San Luis (Argentinia)

Coffee Break (15:30)

General Discussion (16:00)

 

Thursday, June 27, 2019


 

Session 2: Transformation of Intangibles, Knowledge and Professions
Chair: Merle Patchett, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol (UK)

Mobilizing Intangibles Under the Acceluction Regime (09:30)
Ahmed Bounfour, The European Chair on Intangibles, University Paris Sud (France)

Coffee Break (10:30)

Data as Labor or Data as Intangible Capital? A Framework to Redistribute the Gains of Digital Ownership (11:00)
Maria Savona, Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex (UK)

Lunch (12:00)

Chair: Ariane Berthoin Antal, Science Policy Studies, WZB Berlin Social Science Center (Germany)

The Changing Fortunes of the Architect Profession in Post-War Britain: Complexity, Technological Change, and the (Re)Construction of Knowledge (13:30)
Paul Windrum (and Michael Siebert), Business School, Nottingham University (UK)

The Contested Epistemic Authority of Science in a Post-Truth Era of World Politics (14:30)
Peter M. Haas, Department of Political Science, University of Massachusetts Amherst (USA)

Coffee Break (15:30)

Book Volume 18: Springer Series, Schedule and Technical Editing (16:00)

General Discussion (16:20)

 

Friday, June 28, 2019


 

Session 3: Proficiency, Professionalization and Learning
Patricia Alexander, Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology, University of Maryland (USA)

Designing Professional Qualifications: Beyond Path Dependency (09:00)
Christopher Winch, School of Education, Communication and Society, King's College London (UK)

Improficiency and the Professionalization of Undisciplined Practices (10:00)
Janet Banfield, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford (UK)

Coffee Break (11:00)

What Does it Take to be a Professional Translator? (11:30)
Rakefet Sela-Sheffy, Unit of Culture Research, Tel Aviv University (Israel)

Lunch (12:30)

Chair: Paul Windrum, Business School, Nottingham University (UK)

The Multifaceted Process of Finding One'sPplace in Academia: Examples from France, Germany and the USA (13:30)
Ariane Berthoin Antal, Science Policy Studies, WZB Berlin Social Science Center (Germany)

Knowledge and the iGeneration: The Epistemic Consequences of Living and Learning in the Digital Age (14:30)
Patricia Alexander, Department of Human Development and Quantitative Methodology, University of Maryland (USA)

Coffee Break (15:30)

Final Discussion (16:00)

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