Science and Capitalism Lecture Series

October 28, 2013

The Science & Capitalism speaker series fosters a lively and cross-disciplinary conversation about the interaction between knowledge-making and commercial concerns.  Sponsored by Brown's STS Program, this series brings outside speakers to campus for informal presentations and seminar style discussions on a wide range of themes, including the role of computers in late modern bio-capitalism, expeditionary science and American imperialism, and the transition of coral reefs from a menacing barrier to commerce into a fragile ecosystem that was itself endangered by the growth of industrial capitalism. with any questions.