2014-2015, Master European Public Health, master Global Health (English)

In the master European Public Health and the master Global Health I give lectures about themes like

  • the relationship between science and policy,
  • the meaning of implementation,
  • the specific status of scientific knowledge
  • public health and citizenship
  • the politics of evidence based public health
  • processes of standardization and localization.

Keyliterature

In these lectures the work of scholars like Theodore Porter, Bruno Latour, Thomas Kuhn, Deborah Stone will be introduced to students.

  • Porter, T.M. (1995) Trust in numbers. The pursuit for objectivity in science and public life. Princeton, Princeton University Press.
  • Latour, B. (1987) Science in action. How to follow scientists and engineers through society. Cambridge Mass., Harvard University Press.
  • Latour, B. (1988) THe pasteurization of France. Cambridge Mass., Harvard University Press.
  • Stone, D. (2001 rev, ed.) Policy paradox. The art of political desicionmaking. W.W.Norton & Company.
  • Kuhn, T. (1996, third ed.) The structure of scientific revolutions. Chicago, University of Chicago Press. 
  • Jasanoff, S. Markle, G.E., Peterson J.C., Pinch, T.J. (1985) Handbook of science and technology studies. London, Sage.
  • Lupton, D. (1995 ) The imperative of health. Public health and the regulated body. London, Sage.