Call for Contributions: The Social Scientist’s Guide to the Galaxy
9 September 2019
Interested in contributing a cosmic keyword or concept to be included in a glossary for social studies of outer space? Send an abstract for your entry to Alexander Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Tamara Alvarez (email@example.com).
Out of the Cradle Workshop in Edinburgh
9 June 2019
Our SSOS colleagues in Edinburgh are hosting the next “Out of the Cradle” international space science, humanities and arts workshop on 20th June 2019.
Find out more and register (by 15th June) at: https://ootc-roe-2019.eventbrite.co.uk
Preparations for our 4S Exhibition Innovating STS project…
31 May 2019
For the past few months we have been looking forward to 4S 2019 New Orleans!
Besides centering outer space as a rising STS core topic within each of our individual talks, we decided to try something new: making our institutional background itself a point of interest! We want to engage the Social Studies of Outer Space network, its public as well as hidden inner workings over time and space, in an effort of institutional reflection.
For this reason, we are excited to be part of the Innovating STS project, that brings together various exhibits within the grounds of 4S New Orleans as well as over at http://stsinfrastructures.org.
Catch us on site or drop by to experience our developing collection of artifacts online!
Launching the Social Studies of Outer Space (SSOS) Interdisciplinary Network
25 August 2018
Welcome to the Social Studies of Outer Space (SSOS) Interdisciplinary Network!
We are delighted that there is so much interest in Social Studies of Outer Space!
We are building a community of research interest in this area, if you would like to join us, we recommend you subscribe to our mailing list.
As a network we tend to (re)convene at various conferences and events. After recent discussions at EASST 2018, we are hoping to meet again soon – more information about which you can in the future find in this (News) section.
We really welcome new ideas, comments, suggestions, in short – any kind of feedback! You can tell us about your views and get in touch with us using the from in the Contact Us section.
We hope you are joining us in further exploration and looking forward to meeting you (again) soon!