On July 10th and 11th, 2018 the first Science and Technology Studies (STS) seminar “Ethnographies of Science and Technology” took place in Cuenca-Ecuador. It was hosted by Kaleidos – Centre for Interdisciplinary Ethnography at Universidad de Cuenca and FLACSO-Ecuador.
The seminar brought together three key STS thinkers: Kim Fortun, Joe Dumit, and Elizabeth Roberts. The main objective of the seminar was to bring closer to Cuenca the various lenses through which STS is and can be done locally, regionally, and globally. In this interview Kim Fortun explains her take on STS.