August 24- In science we trust?What Surveys Do & Don't Tell us About Trust in Science - Cary Funk
Pew Research Center for the People & The Press. 2009. Scientists, Politics and Religion. In: Scientific Achievements Less Prominent Than a Decade Ago.
Jasanoff, S. 2003. Technologies of Humility: Citizen participation in governing science. Minerva. 41: 223-244.
August 31- Where does science come from?Sarewtz, Daniel. 2003. Does Science Policy Exist, and If So, Does it Matter?: Some Observations on the U.S. R&D Budget. Discussion Paper for Earth Institute Science, Technology, and Global Development Seminar. April 8.
Fisher, Mischa. 2013. The Republican Party Isn’t Really the Anti-Science Party. The Atlantic. November 11.
Pielke, R. Basic Research as a Political Symbol. Minerva. 50(3): 339- 361.
Godin, B. The Linear Model of Innovation: The Historical Construction of an Analytical Framework. Science, Technology and Human Values. 31(6): xxx-xxx.
September 7- Knowledge as a social processLatour. B. 1985. Science in Action Introduction.
Rayner, S. 2012. Uncomfortable Knowledge: The social construction of ignorance in science and environmental policy discourses. Economy and Society. 41: 107-125.
Rekdal, O. B. Academic urban legends. Social Studies of Science. 44(4): 638-654.
Jasanoff, S. 2004. Ordering Knowledge, Ordering Society. In States of Knowledge: the Co-Production of Science and the Social Order.
September 14- Coproduction of knowledge
Gieryn, T. 1983. Boundary-Work and the Demarcation of Science from Non-Science: Strains and Interests in Professional Ideologies of Scientists. American Sociological Review. 48(6): 781-795
Sprujit et al. 2014. Roles of scientists as policy advisers on complex issues: A literature review. Environmental Science & Policy. 40: 16-25.
September 21- Guest Speaker, Ed Arb
September 28- Science in politics, policy and democracy (pick 3-4 for weekly essay)Sarewitz, Daniel. 2004. How environmental science makes environmental controversies worse. Environmental Science & Policy. 7:385-403.
Barry, A. 2012. Political situations: knowledge controversies in transnational governance. Critical Policy Studies. 6(3): 324- 336.
Whatmore, S. J. 2009. Mapping knowledge controversies: science, democracy and the redistribution of expertise. Progress in Human Geography. 33(5): 587- 598.
Hulme, M. and Mahoney, M. 2010: Climate change: What do we know about the IPCC? Progress in Physical Geography. 34(5): 705-718.
Maderson, S. and Wynne- Jones, S. 2016. Beekeepers’ knowledges and participation in pollinator conservation policy. Journal of Rural Studies. 45: 88-98.
Vogel, C. et al. 2007. Linking vulnerability, adaptation, and resilience science to practice: Pathways, players, and partnerships. Global Environmental Change. 17(3-4): 349-364.
All dates below, TBD by groupOctober 5- Group Material
October 12- Group Material
October 19- Group Material
October 26- Group Material
November 2- Group Material
November 9- Group Material
November 16- Group Material
November 23- No Classes, Thanksgiving
November 30- Last Class Day
Final Project Due