Created in 2007 with the generous funding of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Strategic Knowledge Cluster grant, Situating Science is a seven-year project promoting communication and collaboration among humanists and social scientists that are engaged in the study of science and technology. We operate on a hub and spoke model of six nodes spread across the country and explore a set of four interrelated themes. These are: ?Science and its Publics?; ?Historical Epistemology and Ontology? (including philosophy of science); ?Material Culture and Scientific/ Technological Practices?; and ?Geography and Sites of Knowing?.