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Inventing a Shared Science Diplomacy for Europe

Authors: Mays, Claire; Laborie, Léonard; Griset, Pascal;

Inventing a Shared Science Diplomacy for Europe

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The H2020 InsSciDE project created a community of historians and archaeologists, science-technology-society scholars, political scientists, and communication and training specialists. Together we have illuminated how science diplomacy has taken shape and played out and could develop in Europe. Our case studies range across 250 years, several continents, and five thematic areas: heritage, health, security, environment and space. InsSciDE also looked at two cross-cutting themes: Power with science diplomacy, and the identities and practices of science diplomats themselves. Our interdisciplinary collection of more than two dozen cases shows how science diplomacy springs from different sources. It is planned or unplanned, and sometimes perceptible only when looking back to track the processes and events set into motion by a dense multilevel field of competing desires and demands. Science diplomacy sometimes grew from the curiosity and ambition of scientist-explorers, or from pragmatic acts of managing transborder crisis. It emerged when actors at a diversity of levels each angled across time for a role and the power to foster scientific, national, or common-good objectives. We show how science diplomacy is sometimes the context and the product of great struggles: to define futures in the image of sociotechnical imaginaries; to rise in scientific and technological competence; to compete for primacy in innovation; to establish dominion, symbolic or territorial; to subvert and reconfigure geopolitical order; to defeat neocolonialism and restore voice to a range of actors, human and non-human. We show how infrastructure such as data systems, or how social media, or how other diplomatic objects such as a research nuclear reactor or a space vehicle are enlisted, with or without success, to channel influence. (From the introduction by Claire Mays, Inventing a shared science diplomacy for Europe: Twenty-eight historical cases, a thousand ideas)

This new (Jan 2023) and definitive downloadable version of the book includes the cover and a hot-linked table of contents. The more than two dozen case studies included in this collection can each be individually downloaded from Zenodo, and individually cited by their DOI. Visit our Index (doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7500927) for quick access links.

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[SHS.HISPHILSO]Humanities and Social Sciences/History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences, power, InsSciDE, [SHS.INFO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Library and information sciences, longue durée, European history, science diplomacy, history, [SHS.HIST]Humanities and Social Sciences/History, teaching

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