Activist Studies of Science and Technology

This series will publish accessible, engaging books on science and technology in support of movements for justice and sustainability around the world. We seek submissions by scholars from a wide range of disciplines internationally and are especially interested in publishing:

  • Historical and social science research on social and political activism in science, technology, and/or medicine and on the impact of new technologies on activism
  • Critical histories of science, technology, or medicine that aid in understanding issues of current political relevance
  • Applications of STS (science and technology studies) theory to support social movements and/or to reconstruct technoscience along activist lines
  • Critical studies in the political economy of science, technology, and/or medicine
  • Biographies, oral histories, and memoirs of activist scientists

Series Editor

Sigrid Schmalzer
History 
University of Massachusetts Amherst
sigrid@history.umass.edu

Editorial Advisory Board

Michaelann Bewsee, Community Organizing, Arise for Social Justice Springfield

Sarah Bridger, History, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

Hsin-hsing Chen, Social Transformation Studies, Shih-Hsin University

Giovanna Di Chiro, Environmental Studies, Swarthmore

Chris Dols, Publisher, Science for the People

Ron Eglash, Science and Technoloy Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Steven Epstein, Sociology, Northwestern University

Alan Goodman, Anthropology, Hampshire College

Evelynn Hammonds, History of Science, Harvard University

David Hess, Sociology, Vanderbilt University

Susan Lindee, History and Sociology of Science, University of Pennsylvania

Brian Martin, Humanities and Social Inquiry, University of Wollongong

Clapperton Mavhunga, STS, MIT

Philip Mirowski, Economics and Policy Studies and History and Philosophy of Science, University of Notre Dame

Kelly Moore, Sociology, Loyola University

Naomi Oreskes, History of Science, Harvard University

Robert Proctor, History, Stanford University

Hilary Rose, Sociology, University of Bradford

Steven Rose, Biology, Open University

Banu Subramaniam, Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies, UMass Amherst

Abha Sur, STS, MIT

Alexis Takahashi, Activism, Free Rads (www.freerads.org)

Manuscript Submissions

Please direct manuscript inquiries to the series editor or to:

Matt Becker, Executive Editor
University of Massachusetts Press
East Experiment Station
671 North Pleasant Street
Amherst, MA  01003
mbecker@umpress.umass.edu
413-545-4989