The Cachan History of Social Science Group 10th History of Economics as History of Science

Samedi 15 Juin 2013


The Cachan History of Social Science Group

10th ‘History of Economics as History of Science’
Spring Workshop

Saturday, 15 June 2013
École normale supérieure de Cachan, Salle des conférences, ‘Pavillon des jardins’

The Cachan History of Social Science Group

10th 'History of Economics as History of Science'
Spring Workshop

Saturday, 15 June 2013
École normale supérieure de Cachan, Salle des conférences – 'Pavillon des jardins'

Programme

9:45-10:35am
Michele Alacevich (Columbia University)
Visualizing Uncertainties, or how Albert Hirschman and the World Bank disagreed on project appraisal and what this says about the end of ‘high development theory’

10:45-11:35am
David Edgerton (Imperial College, London)
'Becoming a Nation: 'Alone', 'People's War' and the post-war rise of British nationalism'

11:35-11:55am: Tea/coffe Break

11:55am-12:45pm
Elizabeth Lunbeck (Vanderbilt University)
Defining the pathological workplace in postwar American social science

12:45-2:15pm : Lunch

2:15-3:05pm
Keith Woodhouse (University of Southern California)
Political Philosophy in a Green Age: The Environmental Movement and Liberal Democracy

3:15-4:05pm
Jim Capshew (Indiana University)
From Egocentric to Ecocentric: Psychology's Neglect of the Nonhuman Environment since 1945

Contact : Philippe Fontaine


Venue

How to reach the conference room?
All requests for information should be sent to
philippe.fontaine at ens-cachan.fr

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