Dani Shanley (D.A.)
Dani is a PhD candidate in the History Department and a member of the MUSTS research group. Her PhD looks at the history of ideas surrounding responsible innovation in a global context and is supervised by Cyrus Mody and Darryl Cressman.
Dani is PhD representative at FASoS, and a member of the central PhD platform of UM
History and sociology of recent science and technology.
Focus on: The relationship between science and society, research and innovation, social movements, changing ideas about responsibility in relation to science and technology
Professional career history
Dani has worked at Maastricht University for a number of years in a variety of capacities. First, during her studies as a student assistant, before going on to become project manager for a short period before taking up a teaching role, followed by her curent position as PhD candidate (since Aug 2017).