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The Undisciplining Sessions – Episode 1: Cycling through Kansas in a time of Trump

The Sociological Review, the oldest sociology journal in the UK, launches podcast by interviewing Professor and Center Director Jenny Reardon on her ‘What’s the matter with Kansas’ tour. Hear more about the current concerns surrounding Kansas land at: https://www.thesociologicalreview.com/the-undisciplining-sessions-episode-1-cycling-through-kansas-in-a-time-of-trump/   The Undisciplining Sessions – Episode 1: Cycling through Kansas in a time of Trump

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Alum SJTP Fellow participates in Climate Justice: Linking Science to Just Action conference

On April 11th, Tiffany Wise-West, Science & Justice Training Program Fellow participated in the 6th Annual Climate Science Conference hosted by UC Santa Cruz held at the Rio Theatre. The conference, Climate Justice: Linking Science to Just Action brought together diverse perspectives and offered insight into connecting the best science to actions that will help all communities respond… Continue Reading Alum SJTP Fellow participates in Climate Justice: Linking Science to Just Action conference

Feb 27, 2019 | Giving Day

ALL DAY – ONLINE Join the Science and Justice Research Center at UC Santa Cruz on Wednesday February 27, for Giving Day—a 24-hour online fundraising drive! Please help us support our student researchers through the Science & Justice campaign. Incentives to give include matching funds: if you are interested in matching funds for specific projects, please… Continue Reading Feb 27, 2019 | Giving Day

New Science and Justice Research Center Manager

The Science and Justice Research Center (SJRC) at the University of California, Santa Cruz, is delighted to announce its new manager, Colleen Massengale! The SJRC is a globally recognized research center that endeavors to cultivate experimental spaces, collaborative practices, and novel alliances for exploring the most pressing challenges in the field of science and justice today. As… Continue Reading New Science and Justice Research Center Manager

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SJRC Annual Report 2017-2018

Volume 11 Director’s Letter: Welcome to Science & Justice The 2017-18 academic year was a vibrant and transformative year for the Science and Justice Research Center. Three years of self-study culminated in a transformation of the governance and structure of Science & Justice that brought new leadership and vision. Many new faculty joined our Center,… Continue Reading SJRC Annual Report 2017-2018

Lost in Translation: Why the U.S. word “race” is not to be translated with the German word “Rasse”

Original article (in German): Lost in Translation: Man darf den US-Begriff “race” nicht mit dem deutschen Wort “Rasse” verwechseln (download pdf) English translation (pdf): Lost in Translation: Why the U.S. word “race” is not to be translated with the German word “Rasse” In this piece, originally published in the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung on May 17, 2018, a… Continue Reading Lost in Translation: Why the U.S. word “race” is not to be translated with the German word “Rasse”

C’elegans: a Sculpted Reflection on Abstraction and the Notion of Progress in Science

In Winter 2018, Science & Justice Visiting Scholar Kim Hendrickx convened a meeting in the lab of Distinguished Professor of MCD Biology Susan Strome to discuss C. elegans, the elegant see-through worm that has long served as a model in developmental biology research. Strome and lab members welcomed Hendrickx, Distinguished Professor Emerita Donna Haraway and… Continue Reading C’elegans: a Sculpted Reflection on Abstraction and the Notion of Progress in Science