Events

Nov 09

Gianpaolo Baiocchi: We, the Sovereign: Radical Futures

Gianpaolo Baiocchi draws from his work with social movements from Latin America, Southern Europe, and other parts of the world to examine how popular struggles are creating new forms of democratic participation aimed at making political parties and state institutions instruments of social emancipation.

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Nov 30

Ethnography of the Grid: Infrastructural Precarity in the Post-Industrial City

Emily Cummins, Post-Doctoral Fellow in Sociology, will discuss her recent study of Detroit (lunch @ 11:30/talk at noon).

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Jan 18

Reading Group Brown Bag Featuring Treva B. Lindsey’s Colored No More

Bring your lunch and join graduate students and faculty for an informal discussion of Dr. Lindsey’s book. Limited copies available for review in 2404 WWPH, thanks to the Sociology Department.

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