Listed below are various interviews that our socially engaged philosophers of science have given, with audio first followed by print interviews.
Heather Douglas was interviewed on the Czech news program CT24 about her keynote address, “Scientific Freedom and Scientific Responsibility”, to the Congress of Logic, Methodology, and Philosophy of Science and Technology, August 7, 2019 (starting around the 9 minute mark).
Kyle Whyte and Sarah Hunt gave an interview for CBC Radio on August 26th, 2018 about whether the peer review process is biased against indigenous academics.
Kyle Whyte had an interview featured on June 12th, 2018 for Sense and Sustainability: Fresh Perspectives on Sustainable Development.
Laura Cabrera, Robyn Bluhm, and undergraduate Rachel McKenzie were interviewed on January 11th, 2018 for the 5th episode of Michigan State University’s podcast, No Easy Answers in Bioethics.
Heather Douglas was featured on the radio program Why? on December 10th, 2017.
Heather Douglas was interviewed for the 23rd episode of the SciPhi podcast on July 24, 2017.
Kevin Elliot appeared on NPR on March 27th, 2017 to discuss “alternative facts” and scientific research.
Kevin Elliot was featured on the podcast Distraction with Dr. Ned Hallowell to discuss “alternative facts” and marketing the truth.
Heather Douglas was featured on the CBC radio program The 180 with Jim Brown on September 23, 2016 to discuss the public understanding of science.
Paul Thompson was featured on the radio program Current State on June 22, 2015 to talk about his book From Field to Fork.
Kevin Elliot appeared on WKAR on October 6th, 2014 to discuss how industry funded research poses ethical dilemmas.
Heather Douglas was featured on the radio program Think on January 25th, 2012.
Robert Pennock shares his views on “Defining Science” in this audio segment of NOVA’s 2007 documentary, Judgment Day: Intelligent Design on Trial, originally broadcast on PBS.
Paul Thompson was interviewed for Futures Magazine in 2018 about the debate surrounding GMOs.
Kevin Elliot was interviewed in 2018 for the blog Justice Everywhere about his three books from 2017.
Kyle Whyte was interviewed by Yale Environment 360 in 2016 about the indigenous-led protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Kevin Elliot was interviewed, along with Stefan Böschen, in 2015 for JSTOR Daily to discuss how policy-makers often misuse science.
Kyle Whyte was interviewed by the Consortium for Socially Relevant Philosophy of/in Science and Engineering (SRPoiSE) about the effects of anthropogenic climate change on indigenous people.