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Capturing Invisible: Seminarium prof. Christopha Grabera STS i perspektywa systemowa.

Capturing Invisible: Seminarium prof. Christopha Grabera STS i perspektywa systemowa.

On a sunny afternoon at the Jagiellonian University and University of Zurich, scholars and students gathered for an insightful seminar titled Capturing the Invisible, featuring the distinguished Prof. Dr. Christoph B. Graber. This seminar delved into the realms of Science and Technology Studies (STS) and the System Perspective in Sociology, promising a rich exploration of these critical areas.

Prof. Dr. Christoph B. Graber is a renowned legal scholar with an impressive academic and professional portfolio. He currently holds the Chair for Legal Sociology with a particular focus on Media Law at the University of Zurich. His academic journey began with studying law at the Universities of Bern and St. Gallen, followed by earning his Ph.D. from the European University Institute in Florence and his Habilitation from the University of Bern. Prof. Graber has a rich history of teaching and research, having been a founding member of the Faculty of Law at the University of Lucerne. He has also served as a visiting professor and scholar at prestigious institutions such as Georgetown University Law Center, the University of Wollongong, and the University of California, Berkeley 
 
The Seminar: STS and System Perspective in Sociology
 
During the seminar, Prof. Graber presented a compelling discussion on the integration of Science and Technology Studies (STS) with a system perspective in sociology. He emphasized the importance of understanding the dynamic interactions between technology, society, and law. As he claims by adopting a systems perspective, researchers can better capture the complex and often invisible influences that technological advancements exert on social structures and norms.
 
 

Prof. Christoph B. Graber’s seminar provided a thought-provoking exploration of the intersections between law, technology, and society. By leveraging a systems perspective in sociology and the interdisciplinary work of the Capturing the Invisible lab, scholars are better equipped to understand and address the complex challenges of our digital age. This seminar not only showcased Prof. Graber’s extensive expertise but also underscored the importance of interdisciplinary research in capturing the nuanced impacts of technological change on legal and social systems.