Lucie White is an assistant professor at Utrecht University. Kristy Claassen interviews her on this episode: Were Lockdowns Justified?
Sabine Roeser is Professor of Ethics at TU Delft. Jeroen Hopster interviews her about “Technological Risk, Emotions and Art”.
#ESDiTPodcast S1 – Dina Babushkina on “Disruption, Technology and the question of (Artificial) Identity”
Dina Babushkina is an assistant professor in philosophy of technology & society at University of Twente. Cindy Friedman interviews her about her paper “Disruption, technology and the question of (artificial) identity”
Ben Hofbauer is a PhD Candidate at University of Delft. Kristy Claassen interviews him about his research on Geo-engineer and techno-moral change
Steven Kraaijeveld is a PhD Candidate at Wageningen University & Research. Sven Nyholm interviews him about his paper ‘Experimental Philosophy of Technology’
Behnam Taebi is Professor of Energy & Climate Ethics at Delft University of Technology. Jeroen Hopster interviews him about his co-authored article “Governing climate risks in the face of normative uncertainties”, which has been published in WIREs Climate Change (2020)
Matthew Dennis is a postdoctoral researcher at Eindhoven Technical University. Sven Nyholm interviews him about his recent article ‘Towards a Theory of Digital Well‑Being: Reimagining Online’, published in Science and Engineering Ethics.
Patricia Reyes is PhD fellow at the University of Twente. Ben Hofbauer interviews her about a political philosophy for climate technoactivism.
Emily Sullivan is Assistant Professor at Eindhoven Technical University. Jeroen Hopster interviews her about online epistemic vulnerability, on which she recently co-authored the article “Vulnerability in Social Epistemic Networks”
Bernice Bovenkerk is associate professor at Wageningen University. In this episode Jeroen Hopster interviews her about arguments regarding animal modification, discussing her article “Ethical perspectives on modifying animals: beyond welfare arguments”.