Save the date: Discussion meeting Liveable Planet at Faculty of Archaeology on February 22
Archaeologists, and scientists in general, rarely explicitly discuss the potential harm of their activities: it is this “elephant in the room” that we will address in this meeting. While presenting one archaeological case study, the meeting will take a broader perspective. Starting from the recent introduction of the ‘do no significant harm’ principle in European science policy, we use case studies from different fields to ask the question: how may we acknowledge the harms we, as academics, contribute to and how might we engage with these harms reflectively and productively?
Date: February 22
Time: 15.00 hours - 17.30 hours
Venue: Van Steenis, Room F1.04