Vedere la scienza

The social image of scientists in history, information and fiction

4-18 October - 9-22 November 2016
Versione stampabile

17.30 pm
Where: Kessler Room, Department of Sociology and Social Research, Via Verdi 26, Trento 

Next event:

Tuesday, 22 November 

  • Darwin in public and private: Creation, the film

Screening of Creation (Jon Amiel, 2009, 108’). With an introduction by Alberto Brodesco.

Full programme:

Tuesday, 4 October 

  • “Enough to base a movie on?” The scientist in biopics

Alberto Brodesco, cinema and media scholar, University of Trento

Tuesday, 18 October 

  • Are scientists crooked? The representation of fraud in the press

Ilaria Ampollini, science historian, University of Trento

Wednesday, 9 November 

  • Imagining nature. Characters that changed our views on science

Elena Canadelli, science historian, University of Padua

Tuesday, 22 November 

  • Darwin in public and private: Creation, the film

Screening of Creation (Jon Amiel, 2009, 108’). With an introduction by Alberto Brodesco.

 

Free entrance, limited seating.
This is a for-credit seminar. Students, PhD candidates and teachers may request a participation certificate.

STSTN - Scienza Tecnologia e Società (Science, Technology and Society) is an interdisciplinary project of the University of Trento, supported by funds from the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Trento e Rovereto. The purpose of STSTN is to raise awareness on the relationship between science, innovation and society, and to foster an open dialogue among researchers, citizens and the local dimension through initiatives, seminars, publications and research.

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