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REDE DE ESTUDOS EM SOCIOLOGIA DO CONHECIMENTO CIENTÍFICO

Chamada para submissão de trabalhos: 4S, Boston, de 30 de Agosto a 02 de Setembro de 2017. Submissão de trabalhos até: 1º de Março http://www.4sonline.org/meeting
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Chamada para submissão de trabalhos: 
4S, Boston, de 30 de Agosto a 02 de Setembro de 2017.
Submissão de trabalhos até: 1º de Março 
http://www.4sonline.org/meeting

103. Indigenous Knowledges and Technologies

Organized by: Tiago Ribeiro Duarte, University of Brasília; Claudia Magallanes, Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla - Mexico

Indigenous knowledges and technologies are a marginal topic in STS, with few studies, articles, and books being published on the topic despite the array of experiences and approaches from other fields such as media studies, visual anthropology, telecommunications, human rights, to mention a few. In its early years, STS focused mainly on scientific knowledge, particularly on controversies and on the construction of scientific facts. In the mid-1980s it expanded its focus to the construction of technology with the emergence of SCOT and other research programmes. About the late 1980s and early 1990´s, a turn towards the science-policy interface brought new attention to local knowledges and expertises in the field. Nowadays, citizen and open science are popular research topics and receive growing attention from STS scholars. However, indigenous knowledges and technologies remain marginal. STS appears still to be in need of a process of decolonisation, as to a large extent it is still insensible to knowledges, technologies, and epistemologies that have arisen from indigenous, aboriginal or native peoples around the globe. This panel seeks to bring together researchers interested in topics related to indigenous knowledges and technologies, including, but not restricted to: a) appropriations of indigenous knowledges and technologies; b) indigenous knowledges and biopiracy; c) indigenous knowledges and technological policymaking; d) uses and developments of information and communication technologies (ICT) by indigenous peoples; e) decolonial and postcolonial indigenous STS; f) clashing ontologies between indigenous and modern societies.