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  • Zuiderent-Jerak, Teun (författare)
  • Situated Intervention: Response to Comments
  • 2016
  • Ingår i: Science & Technology Studies. - 2243-4690. ; 2:1, s. 70-73
  • Recension (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • In STS and Researcher Intervention Strategies, Brian Martin expresses his concern about the lack of strategic guidance STS offers for intervening in controversies in which actors are being marginalized. This is an interesting contrast with some classic critiques of Actor-Network Theory. Leigh Star famously argued that the over-emphasis of ANT on strategic action made it particularly poorly equipped to study heterogeneity––an analytical and political problem at once. I argue that guidance on intervention as research method should actively resist the urge to make intervention “strategic.” Considering intervention as a scholarly method for producing novel insights about our topics is diametrically opposed to considering intervention strategically, that is, as means to achieving predefined scholarly or normative goals. Drawing on previous, recent, and ongoing work on intervention as an equally non-strategic and nondetached method for developing new knowledge and new normativities, I explore how such work would speak to Martin’s challenge of intervening in controversies and what could be some interesting lessons such an experiment might spark. A strategic take on intervention is important for Martin because it challenges a linear model of STS knowledge production: scholars prioritizing the development of greater understanding of phenomena, hoping that such knowledge can then be beneficial for society later on. Approaching intervention as method, however, challenges problematic linear models of STS knowledge, not by inverting the linearity (from areas of social importance to knowledge production), but by extending non-linear scholarship to our own and others’ normativities. This allows STS scholars to take their concerns about the practices they are involved in seriously without violating their equal attachment to reflexivity, unpredictability, and situatedness. Such a prospect may help STS scholars to explore what it means to live the multiple membership of societally and academically concerned communities, which is what considering intervention strategically would make us lose.
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  • Elzinga, Aant, 1937- (författare)
  • German Antarctic expeditions and research from the Wilhelmine Empire until present day - Review of Cornelia Lüdecke, Deutsche in der Antarktis. Expeditionen und Forschung von Kaiserreich bis heute, Berlin: Chr. Links Verlag 2015, 224 pp. & 207 ill.
  • 2017
  • Ingår i: Journal of Northern Studies. - 1654-5915. ; 10:1 (2016), s. 116-126
  • Recension (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • The book under review here draws upon Cornelia Lüdecke's earlier research plus her studies of additional archival material to provide a popular account of German exploration and research in Antarctica. Thus it covers five major periods: Erich von Drygalski's German South Polar Expedition of 1901- 1903; Wilhelm Filchner's expedition 1911-1913 known as the Second German Antarctic Expedition; the Schwabenland Expedition 1938/1939 under the auspices of the Third Reich; and the period after the Second World War when first the German Democractic Republic acceded to the Antarctic Treaty in 1974, establishing the Georg Foster station two years later, followed by West Germany's post-war entry on the Antarctic scene and gaining Consultative Party status to the Treaty with the establishment of the Georg von Neumayer station 1981. German re-unification subsequently merged the two German trajectories after the end of the Cold War, signifying the fifth period that still continues. The character of the various expeditions and associated focal points of research are described and illustrated with photographic images. In my review I highlight tensions and conflicts apparent in the first two German expeditions and compare the professional approach assumed in the third expedition when aerial photography was used to lay a basis for Nazi German claims to a section of Antarctica, a plan that failed, preempted by Norway's claim to sovereignty over Dronning Maud Land. The review also discusses interesting aspects relating to developments from the late 1980s onward when Gotthilf Hempel, the director of the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Science (AWI at Bremerhaven) played an instrumental role in moving Germany once more into the role of a major actor in Antarctic research.
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