2013 - Holberg Prize, Government of Norway for having "undertaken an ambitious analysis and reinterpretation of modernity, and [having] challenged fundamental concepts such as the distinction between modern and pre-modern, nature and society, human and non-human"
2008 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
His primary scientific interests are in Epistemology, Actor–network theory, Social science, Action and Art history. His study in Epistemology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Field and Appeal. The concepts of his Actor–network theory study are interwoven with issues in Argument, Marketing, Cognitive science and Social theory.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Philosophy of science, Objectivity, Politics and Media studies. He has included themes like Law, Power, Nothing and Ostensive definition in his Action study. His Agency research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Trace, Social group, Anthropocene, Dialog box and Social engagement.
Bruno Latour mainly focuses on Epistemology, Politics, Social science, Humanities and Law. His Epistemology research incorporates themes from Mode and Field. In most of his Actor–network theory studies, his work intersects topics such as Social theory.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Epistemology, Politics, Anthropocene, Humanities and Actor–network theory. His Science studies, Modernity and Agency study, which is part of a larger body of work in Epistemology, is frequently linked to Key, bridging the gap between disciplines. Politics is a primary field of his research addressed under Law.
Bruno Latour regularly links together related areas like Anthropology in his Anthropocene studies. Bruno Latour combines subjects such as Conversation and Social theory with his study of Actor–network theory. His studies in Field integrate themes in fields like Link and Biography.
Epistemology, Anthropocene, Politics, Actor–network theory and Modernity are his primary areas of study. Epistemology connects with themes related to Mode in his study. His research in Anthropocene intersects with topics in Agency, Anthropology, Conversation, Relevance and Prefix.
The Politics study combines topics in areas such as Natural religion, Environmental ethics, Frame, Chose and Ideal. His Actor–network theory research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Domain, Economic sociology and Social theory. His study in Truth condition is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Philosophical anthropology, Ecological crisis, Social science, Sociology of scientific knowledge and Appeal.
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Reassembling the Social: An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory
Science in action : how to follow scientists and engineers through society
Published in <b>1987</b> in Cambridge Mass) by Harvard university press (1987)
We Have Never Been Modern
Laboratory Life: The Construction of Scientific Facts
Bruno Latour;Steven Woolgar.
Pandora's Hope: Essays on the Reality of Science Studies
Science in Action
The pasteurization of France
Politics of Nature
Why Has Critique Run out of Steam? From Matters of Fact to Matters of Concern
Critical Inquiry (2004)
Laboratory Life: The Social Construction of Scientific Facts
Bruno Latour;Steve Woolgar.
Journal for General Philosophy of Science (1986)
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