Conférence internationale – Governing Science, Governing by Science. Science and Technology in the Soviet Union (1945-1991) (Moscou, 5 et 6 octobre 2018)

Programme ci-dessous

Friday 5th October 

  • 09.30-09.45. Arrival of participants, welcoming coffee
  • 09.45-10.00. Grégory Dufaud (Sciences Po Lyon/LARHRA) and Larissa Zakharova (EHESS/CERCEC/CNRS/CEFR de Moscou). Introduction

Session 1. From Theoretical to Applied Science. Chair: Marc Elie (CNRS/CERCEC)

  • 10am-10.20am. Paul Josephson (Colby College/CERCEC) – « Soviet Research Institutes and Big Industry: Branch Industrial Science in Metallurgy, Mining and Transportation, 1930-1980 »
  • 10.20am-10.40am. Andrey Indukaev (IDHES ENS Paris-Saclay/University of Helsinki) – « The Power of the Academy of Sciences in the Late Socialist System: The Role of Applied Projects »
  • 10.40am-11.00am. Ksenia Tatarchenko (Université de Genève) – « Passing the Torch: Youth, Civic Virtues, and Spaces of Innovation in Novosibirsk Science-City »
  • 11.00am-12.00pm. Discussion

Session 2. Making Science and Technology on a Daily Basis. Chair: Sophie Coeuré (Université Paris VII Denis Diderot/ICT)

  • 1pm-1.20pm. Nikolai Krementsov (University of Toronto) – « Science under Stalin and Khrushchev: the Case of Oncology »
  • 1.20pm-1.40pm. Birte Kohtz (DHI Moskau) – « From Foetus to Fully Entitled Patient? The Unborn as an Object of Medical Innovation in Late Soviet Medicine »
  • 1.40pm-2pm. Grégory Dufaud (Sciences Po Lyon/LARHRA) and Larissa Zakharova (EHESS/CERCEC/CNRS/CEFR de Moscou) – « The disappearance of Scientific and Technological Controversies after Stalin’s Death? Cases of Psychiatry and Telecommunications »
  • 2pm-2.20pm. Ekaterina Rybkina (European University Institute, Florence/ European University at Saint-Petersburg) – « Tuning Up a Socialist Radio: Life and Fate of a Soviet Engineer »
  • 2.20pm-3.40pm. Discussion
  • 3.40pm-4pm. Coffee break

Session 3. International Connections and Collaborations. Chair: Nikolai Krementsov (University of Toronto)

  • 4pm-4.20pm. Sophie Coeuré (Université Paris VII Denis Diderot/ICT) – « Mathematicians as an Apolitical International Community? The Litmus Test of Dissidence »
  • 4.20pm-4.40pm. Jean-Philippe Martinez (Universidade Federal da Bahia) – « Making Science in an ‘Open World’: Considerations on the International Dynamics of Soviet scientists through the Iconic Example of Vladimir Fock in General Relativity »
  • 4.40pm-5pm. Laurence Nye (LabEx ENHE/Université Paris I Panthéon Sorbonne/Université Paris IV Sorbonne) – « Life sciences in Orbit and Cold War diplomacy: The French-Soviet Experiment »
  • 5pm-6pm. Discussion

Saturday 6th October
 
Session 4. Governing (by) Resources . Chair: Paul Josephson (Colby College/CERCEC)

  • 9.30am-9.50am. Marc Elie (CNRS/CERCEC) – « Lysenkism in Pedology »
  • 9.50am-10.10am. Timm Schönfelder (University of Tübingen) – « Governing Water. Soil Amelioration in the Kuban River Region »
  • 10.10am-10.30am. Laurent Coumel (CERCEC) – « High modernism in the lake: fish farming in the Seliger area in the 1960s »
  • 10.30am-10.50am. Coffee break
  • 10.50am-11.10am. Galina Orlova (Southern Federal University / European Humanities University) – « Socialism of Isotopes »
  • 11.10am-11.30am. Egle Rindzeviciute (Kingston University) – « The Cultural Governance of the Atom »
  • 11.30am-1.10pm. Discussion
  • Financial support: CEFR Moscow, CERCEC (CNRS/EHESS), DHI Moskau, LabEx TEPSIS, LARHRA, Sciences Po Lyon. Holders and organizers of the conference: Grégory Dufaud (Sciences Po Lyon) and Larissa Zakharova (EHESS / CERCEC / CNRS / CEFR Moscow)


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