audio by year 2005

Peter Galison: "The Assassin of Relativity"

101:44 minutes (29.11 MB)

Peter Galison is Mallinckrodt Professor of History of Science and of Physics at Harvard University. His main work explores the interaction between the three principal subcultures of twentieth century physics: experimentation, instrumentation, and theory.

Emily Martin: "Taking the Measure of Moods"

94:47 minutes (27.12 MB)

Emily Martin: "Transcribing Emotions in Everday Life"

106:50 minutes (30.57 MB)

Sandra Harding: "Have Women Ever Been Modern? Political and Scientific Issues"

92:35 minutes (26.49 MB)

Sandra Harding is professor of Education and Women’s Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is a philosopher, and taught for two decades at the University of Delaware before joining UCLA in 1996.

Emily Martin: "Taking the Measure of Moods"

94:47 minutes (27.12 MB)

Sandra Harding: "Science and Multiple Modernities"

87:30 minutes (25.04 MB)

Sandra Harding is professor of Education and Women’s Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is a philosopher, and taught for two decades at the University of Delaware before joining UCLA in 1996. At UCLA she directed the UCLA Center for the Study of Women for 5 years, and currently co-edits Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society.

Sandra Harding: "Science and Multiple Modernities"

87:30 minutes (25.04 MB)

Sandra Harding is professor of Education and Women’s Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. She is a philosopher, and taught for two decades at the University of Delaware before joining UCLA in 1996. At UCLA she directed the UCLA Center for the Study of Women for 5 years, and currently co-edits Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. She is the author or editor of twelve books and special journal issues, including The Science Question in Feminism (1986), Feminism and Methodology: Social Science Issues (edited, 1987), Whose Science? Whose Knowledge? Thinking From Women’s Lives (1991), The ‘Racial’ Economy of Science: Toward a Democratic Future (edited, 1993), Is Science Multicultural? Postcolonialisms, Feminists, and Epistemologies (1998), Science and Other Cultures: Issues in Philosophies of Science & Technology (edited with Robert Figueroa, 2003), and The Feminist Standpoint Reader: Intellectual and Political Controversies (edited, 2003).

Walter Johnson: "Freedom's Servant: Slavery, Freedom and Reparations as a Theory of History"

95:05 minutes (27.21 MB)

Walter Johnson (Ph.D., History, Princeton University) is Associate Professor of History at New York University.

Marguerite Mendell and Nancy Neamtan: "The Social Economy in Quebec. Constructing a New Paradigm"

67:59 minutes (19.45 MB)

Marguerite Mendell (Ph.D., Economics, McGill University) is Associate Professor in the School of Community and Public Affairs and Director of the Karl Polanyi Institute of

Marguerite Mendell and Nancy Neamtan: "The Social Economy in Quebec. An Agenda for Economic Democracy"

84:37 minutes (24.21 MB)

Marguerite Mendell (Ph.D., Economics, McGill University) is Associate Professor in the School of Community and Public Affairs and Director of the Karl Polanyi Institute of Political Economy at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.

George Galloway: "Stand Up and Be Counted: No to War and Occupation"

51:30 minutes (23.58 MB)

This event was co-sponsored by the Havens Center Recorded by Norm Stockwell / WORT-FM in madison