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This is a research event for all members of Education, Communication and Society and is designed to provide a chance for us to collectively gain more familiarity with the work of Bruno Latour, and Actor Network Theory (ANT) in particular. The presentations will indicate some of the ways in which Latour’s ideas have been used and will provide an opportunity for everyone to reflect on the potential relevance of these ideas to their own research.




Part 1 Introducing Latour

Latour in the context of Post Humanism - Terrie Lynn Thompson, University of Stirling (2pm - 2.45pm)

Latour and silent science: The teaching implications of non-linguistic practice – David Hay, King’s Learning Institute, KCL (2.45pm - 3.15pm)



Break – Tea, coffee and cake



Part 2 Examples and implications of ANT research

Understanding the agency of data – Giulia Zoccatelli, Nursing, KCL (3.40pm – 4.05pm)

Can ANT contribute to ethics scholarship? – Alan Cribb, ECS, KCL (4.05pm – 4.30 pm)

Plenary and Panel reflections (4.30pm – 5pm)




Enquiries and further information: Research-ecs@kcl.ac.uk / 020 7848 3183

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