University of California, Berkeley
Hélène Mialet has held positions at Cornell University, Harvard University and Oxford University (where she ran the program in Science Studies at the Maison Française of Oxford University; she has also held post-doctoral fellowships at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin and in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science at Cambridge University (under the auspices of the Marie Curie Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship, sponsored by the European Union for extremely promising young scholars). She has published widely on subjectivity, agency, innovation and cognition. She is currently teaching in the Rhetoric Department of the University of California at Berkeley and working on a new project concerned with the study of new networks of knowledge production and expertise constituted by 'laypersons' (e.g. electronic lists organized around specific themes like parents of children with juvenile diabetes).