Senior Fellow, University of Ghent, Ghent, Belgium July to December 2012.
Worlds of Science Craft: New Horizons in Philosophical Science Studies, co-authored with Sabrina Weiss and Alex Stingl, will be published in 2013 by Ashgate Publishers.
I am currently (2011-2012) on a terminal leave of absence pending my retirement on June 30th, 2012.
Invited keynote speaker, with Sabrina Weiss, IBM Academy of Technology Conference on Technology and Humans: Adaptation and Impact, IBM Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, NY and Hawthorne, NY, October 14, 2011: "The Coming of the Robosapiens and the Emerging Cyborg Generation: A Socio-Ethical Perspective.."
I have been invited to contribute the entry, "Mathematics, Civilization, and Progress," for the Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), a UNESCO project scheduled for publication in 2012.
My latest books are:
Asphalt Children, with Monica Mesquita and Ubiratan D'Ambrosio (Sense Publishers, Rotterdam,2011).
Red, Black, and Objective: Science, Sociology, and Anarchism. (Ashgate Publishers, Surrey UK, 2011).
Aug, 2010 - Bring Me The Brain of Nikola Tesla is available in e-book format for $6.00 here
"The Social Life of Mathematics" has been reprinted in Vol. 1, pp. 109-131 in A.J. Bishop (ed.), Mathematics Education, 4 Vols. (Routledge, 2010).
May, 2010 - "A Humanistic Perspective on Science and Society" (with Michael Zenzen) had been reprinted in Pioneers of Public Sociology: Thirty Years of Humanity and Society, co-edited by Corey Dolgon and Mary Chayko (Sloan Publishing, Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY, 2010) is published.
November 2009 - named to the advisory board of the Journal of Humanistic Mathematics, an online-only, open-access, peer-reviewed journal. The first issue is scheduled for publication in 2011. The archives of the precursor of this jouranl, The Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal are availablehere.
Invited commentary, "Robots, Theology, and the Sociological Cogito," Erwägen Wissen Ethik, November, 2009.
"Science Studies," Encyclopedia of Cultural Studies, M. Ryan (editor) (scheduled for 2010). With Jennifer Croissant.
Recent lectures: Invited Lecture, "Ask Einstein's Brain; and Did Shakespeare Have One? Reflections on the Social Life of the Brain," 27th November, James Martin Institute for Science and Civilization, Said Business School, Oxford University, Oxford UK, 2008.
Seminar on "Mathematics, Society, and Social Justice," Dr. Monica Mesquita's Adult Study Group, New University of Lisbon, 5th December, Lisbon, Portugal. Jointly with Dr. Maria de Carmo of the University of Sao Paulo, 2008.
Invited panelist, Session on "social constructionism in science and technology studies," annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, April 8-11, San Diego CA, 2009.
Nicholas C. Mullins Lecture, "The Social Life of the Brain," Department of Science and Technology in Society, Virginia Technological University, April 24, 2009, Blacksburg, Virginia.
"Six Adult Mathematical Workers on Literacy, Numeracy, and Technoracy for Life," paper presented at the Numeracy Works for Life (London South Bank University 7th National Numeracy Conference and Adults Learning Mathematics 16 Conference), July 6-9, London, 2009. With MonicaMesquita and Jorge, Trinidade, Margarida, Isaura, Conceição and Mª São José (representingD.A.R. à Costa – Tr@nsFormArte, Costa da Caparica, Portugal).