STS Journal Writing Workshop

This upcoming 2-hour in-person workshop for HDR candidates and ECRs will focus on discussing strategies for writing and presenting research for publication in Science and Technology Studies journals.

The workshop will be led by Nicole C. Nelson (Social Studies of Science) and Timothy Neale (Science, Technology and Human Values).

Places are very limited and individuals interested in participating should send a 100 word bio and 200 word summary of their current research to by 28 March 2022.

Successful applicants will be informed by 10 April 2022. Workshop attendees will be expected to bring a 200 word abstract and 800-1000 words of text for a prospective STS article. 


Nicole C. Nelson is an Associate Professor of Science and Technology Studies in the Department of Medical History and Bioethics at the University of Wisconsin—Madison’s School of Medicine and Public Health. Her first book, Model Behavior (2018), is an ethnographic study of how animal behavior geneticists conceptualize and enact complexity in research with mouse models. She is a Collaborating Editor at the journal Social Studies of Science, the founding director of the Health and the Humanities program at UW Madison, and a former scholar in residence at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University. 

Timothy Neale is a DECRA Senior Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Anthropology and Geography at Deakin University’s Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation. Timothy is also an Editor of the journal Science, Technology and Human Values and the Convener of the Deakin Science and Society Network. His research addresses two lines of theoretical, empirical, and historical research: the politics of natural hazards and disaster risk, and settler and Indigenous relations to land and justice.