In the last issue of FAU’s research magazine, alexander!, an interview with Prof. Rentetzi was published (in German) in which she reflects upon science diplomacy. You can read it here.
Two-stage workshop (Germany, Greece) IKYDA project (no. 57628081) Organizers: Maria Rentetzi, Professor, Chair of Science Technology and Gender Studies, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany George Vlahakis, Associate Professor, Hellenic Open University, Greece This workshop explores the communication of science within the politically turbulent Cold War context in Greece. After the Second World War science, and especially nuclear […]
On October 21-22, 2022, a group of international participants will come together at FAU (and on Zoom) to discuss their papers submitted for a forthcoming volume called Negotiating Radiation Protection, edited by Prof. Rentetzi in cooperation with Angela Creager (Princeton) and M. Susan Lindee (University of Pennsylvania). The book project has its origins in a […]
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Grant Agreement number: 770548 — HRP-IAEA — ERC-2017-COG