Cambridge Studies in Society and the Life Sciences promotes interdisciplinary works in the social sciences that focus on the social shaping, social meaning and social implications of recent developments in the life sciences. Interdisciplinary projects will be encouraged with a strong empirical and ethnographic base that explores topics within the context of an internationalised world of science as well as recognising national variations in ethical, moral and legal codes and mores.
General Editors: Nikolas Rose, London School of Economics; Paul Rabinow, University of California, Berkeley
Editorial Board: Patrick Bateson, University of Cambridge; Paul Billinge, Gene Sage Inc., San Francisco; Michel Morange, École Normale Supérieure, Paris; Martin Richards, University of Cambridge; Marilyn Strathern, University of Cambridge; Steven Shapin, University of California, San Diego
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