Research project: Gender Research as innovative ressource for a sustainable and socially fair and just development of information and knowledge-societies
(Short title: "Innovations and Transformations")
Prof. Dr. Carol HAGEMANN-WHITE
Professor for General Pedagogy/Women´s Studies Lehrstuhl Allgemeine Pädagogik/Frauenforschung, Universität Osnabrück, Fachbereich 3 -Erziehungs- und Kulturwissenschaften
Heger-Tor-Wall 9, D-49069 Osnabrück
Disciplinäry background of Carol Hagemann-White:
Sociology, Philosophy, Pedagogy, and also Mathematics, History, and Psychoanalysis
Member of the "European Reserach Network on conflict, gender and violence". This interdiciplinary network connects researchers from whole Europe and organizes its annual meetings since1996, each year in a different country.
Prof. Dr. Ann Rudinow SÆTNAN
Associate professor für "Organisation, working life and technology"
Department of Sociology and Political Science - Interdisciplinary Studies of Culture
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Among her many publications one book is especially important for the research project "Innovations and Transformations":
SÆTNAN, Ann R./Oudshoorn, Nelly/Kirejczyk, Marta): Bodies of Technology. Women's Involvement with Reproductive Technology, Ohio State University Press 2000 (vgl. http://www.ohiostatepress.org/Saetnan.html).
Disciplinäry background of Prof. Ann R. Sætnan
Political Science (PhD), Geography, Anthropology, Sociology, English Philology
Institutional context in which Ann R. Sætnan is working:
The NTNU is an innovative centre for research and education in science & engeneering with about 19.000 students. The NTNU eplicitly stresses its responsibility and social concerns towards the challenges resulting from the actual societal and technical transformations. The institute where Ann Sætnan works comes from the integration of two centres which before this integration had been divided but had already used intensive cooperation: the Centre for Gender Studies and the Centre for Science & Technology Studies.
Prof. Dr. Ina WAGNER
Technische Universität Wien, Institut für Gestaltungs- und Wirkungsforschung (igw), Arbeitsbereich CSCW (Departement: Multidisciplinary Systems Designs and Computer-Supported Cooperative Work)
A-1040 Wien, Austria
Email sekretary Paulina Linseder: email@example.com
Among her many publications the following ones are important for the research project "Innovations and Transformations":
- Blomberg, J., L. Suchman, et al. (1996). "Reflections on a Work-Oriented Design Project." Human-Computer-Interaction 11(3): 237-266.
- Karasti, H. (2001). "Bridging Work Practice and System Design: Integrating Systemic Analysis, Appreciative Intervention and Practitioner Participation." ComputerSupported Cooperative Work 10: 211-246.
- Wagner, I. (1994). "Connecting Communities of Practice. Feminism, Science, and Technology." Women's Studies International Forum 17(2/3): 257-266.