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2014 Apr. 12

Science for the People (Organization)

The History and Lasting Significance of Science for the People Plenary 2

Plenary panel from the Science for the People: The 1970s and Today conference discussing "The History and Lasting Significance of Science for the People." Chaired by Sigrid Schmalzer, Professor of History, Director of Social Thought & Political Economy, UMass Amherst. Kelly Moore, Professor of Sociology, Loyola University Chicago, presented "Knowledge for Justice: Science for the Peopl... more

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2014 Apr. 12

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Challenging Myth of Race and Gender Session 2, Panel 6

A panel from the Science for the People: The 1970s and Today conference discussing biological determinism, sociobiology, sex and gender, racism, and genetics. Jonathan Beckwith, Professor of Microbiology, Harvard Medical School, SftP member, presented "Challenges to and Changes in Genetic Determinisms, 1970s." Anne Fausto-Sterling, Professor of Biology, Brown University, SftP member, presented "Changi... more

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2014 Apr. 13

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SftP in the World Session 3, Panel 9

A panel from the Science for the People: The 1970s and Today conference discussing the international efforts of SftP in Nicaragua, China, and Vietnam. Ivette Perfecto, Professor of Ecology, University of Michigan, SftP member, presented "New World Agriculture and Ecology Group in Nicaragua: The Sandinista Years." Minna Barrett, Professor of Psychology, SUNY Old Westbury, SftP member, presented "S... more

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2014 Apr. 13

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Climate Change and Energy Technology and Policy Session 3, Panel 10

A panel from the Science for the People: The 1970s and Today conference discussing current and past concerns relating to energy and the environment. Brian Tokar, University of Vermont and Institute for Social Ecology, presented "The Politics of Climate and Energy: Past and Present." David Schwartzman, Professor of Biology (Emeritus), Howard University, presented "Prospect of a Bottom-U... more

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2014 Apr. 11

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Science for the People: Stories from the Movement Plenary 1

Plenary from the Science for the People: The 1970s and Today conference discussing "stories from the movement." Former members of Science for the People were interviewed by UMass students, including Carol Cina, Britta Fischer, Herb Fox, Terri Goldberg, Michael Goldhaber, and Al Weinrub.

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2014 Apr. 12

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SftP 2.0... Where Do We Go From Here? Closing Plenary

Plenary panel from the Science for the People: The 1970s and Today conference discussing "The History and Lasting Significance of Science for the People." Pnalists discussed their experiences with science and activism, as well as the past and future of SftP. Following the discussion, the panalists answered questions from the audience. Panalists:Vinton Thompson, President, Metropolitan College, SftP me... more

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2014 Apr. 12

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Keynote Lecture Mentoring Comrades: The Dialectics of Political Mentoring in the Natural Sciences

Keynote lecture from the Science for the People: The 1970s and Today conference. John Vandermeer, Asa Gray Distinguished University Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan, SftP member, presented "Mentoring Comrades: The Dialectics of Political Mentoring in the Natural Sciences."

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2014 Apr. 12

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DC Metro Science for the People: Continuing our Legacy in the 21st Century! Session 2, Panel 8

A panel from the Science for the People: The 1970s and Today conference discussing the work of the DC Metro Science for the People group, including topics relating to corporate development, patents, and conservation. Organized by David Schwartzman. Jane Zara, National Lawyers Guild, DC Statehood Green Party, DC Metro SftP, presented "Our DC Metro SFTP History; How to Combat the Expropriation, Appropri... more

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2014 Apr. 13

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Women and Science Session 3, Panel 11

A panel from the Science for the People: The 1970s and Today conference discussing gender in science. Banu Subramaniam, Professor of Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies, UMass Amherst, presented "The Emperor’s New Clothes: Rethinking the Question of Women in the Sciences." Angela Willey, Professor of Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies, UMass Amherst, presented "Science Activism in the Lesbi... more

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2014 Apr. 13

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Health, Medicine, Pro- and Anti-People Healthcare Models Session 3, Panel 12

A panel from the Science for the People: The 1970s and Today conference discussing healthcare. Martha Livingston, Professor of Public Health, SUNY Old Westbury, presented "The Health Left and SftP’s Legacy, 40 years On." Arlene Ash, Professor of Quantitative Health Sciences, UMass Medical School, Worcester, SftP member, presented "Better, Cheaper Health Care: Can Technocrats Help?" Martha Herbert,... more

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