Miscellaneous: social media, events, press
In 2017-2018, I was a Fellow at the Institute for Humanities. We hosted a symposium entitled “Unhealthy Regimes” in April 2018.
ASU’s Ethics Bowl team is victorious! We’ve made it to the Nationals three years in a row. Read about our 2017 wins here and here. We made it to the semi finals in 2018, and we narrowly missed the semi-finals in 2019, with a 3-1 (and +30 point differential) record.
Carl Elliott interviewed me about my dissertation research for the Chronicle of Higher Education‘s blog, Brainstorm. Read it here:
Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4
Workshop: Fifty Years Beyond Man and His Future
Arizona State University, April 5th, 2013
In 1963 the Ciba foundation published the proceedings of a conference on Man and His Future. The purpose of the conference was to predict the trajectories—biological, social, political and moral– of the human evolutionary future, and to explore the corollary possibilities for (and imperative of) managing that future through biotechnological control. An expert assessment of the potential of bioscience and technology to shape the human future, Man and His Future was at once an appraisal of the aims, aspirations and moral imaginations appropriate to such an undertaking. This workshop marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of Man and His Future. Its project is to reflect upon on the ways of imagining futures—from the routines of risk governance to the politics of science policymaking, and from the formalized discourses of law and bioethics to the imaginaries that underlie public controversy— that have come to figure in governance of science and technology in the last half-century.