Transnational Feminist Dialogues on Science, Technology and Society | Openness in Science
Convened by the University Library at FU Berlin and the Margherita von Brentano Center for Gender Studies
The panel discussion is part of the event series "Transnational Feminist Dialogues on Science, Technology and Society” and brings together speakers from different disciplinary and regional context to discuss from an intersectional feminist perspective about the scopes and limits of what is understood as Open Science.
Open Science represents the idea that knowledge production from across different research related domains should be openly designed, processed and shared as early as it is practical in the research process. However, opening up research does not necessarily lead to fairness and inclusiveness, and its innovative character brings new questions alongside the solutions: Whose knowledge is being produced, shared and acceced, and by whom? What does Open Science mean in different settings and academic/scientific cultures? Does Open Science have a transformative potential? Or does it simply reproduce existing power structures - or worse, create new asymmetries within the processes of knowledge production and circulation?
On this panel we want to reimagine Open Science from an intersectional perspective. We want to discuss at the technologies, infrastructures, policies and communities of practice that are at the basis of Open Science. Intersectional feminist approaches are needed to shape Open Science so it can respond to structural inequalities beyond its boundaries. Open Science needs intersectional feminism in order to develop practices, policies and initiatives with these inequalities in mind.
Claudia Göbel (Martin-Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg)
Dr. Sabina Leonelli (University of Exeter)
Dr. Selene Yang (University of La Plata, Wikimedia)
Dr. Christina Riesenweber (FU Berlin)
The sessions will be recorded and available under the following Link:
Organizer: Dr. Sabina García Peter (MvBZ)
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Zeit & Ort
14.12.2022 | 16:00 - 18:00
Time: 4 - 6 pm (CET)