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Counting stars: who's work in space science counts according to science communication

Eleanor Armstrong

Stockholm University (Sweden)

Nothing would happen on space sciences without the labor that gets the work done. But not all work gets equally celebrated in public. In this talk I trace how we can develop critical insights into the labor required for space sciences, and how we talk about these ideas in science communication. Through the talk I highlight how this can develop our theorising, research agendas, and approaches to scholarship.

Date: Tuesday, 22 November 2022
Time: 15:30
Where: McGill University
  Bell Room (Rutherford Physics Building, room 103)

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