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New Graduate Student Series – Science, Knowledge and Technology Workshop (SKAT)

The SKAT workshop is a forum for the seminar-style presentation and discussion of graduate student work in the sociology of expertise, the sociology of professions, actor-network approaches, medical sociology, science studies, etc. The workshop is hosted by Columbia Sociology but welcomes graduate students from all institutions and disciplines.

The dates for Fall 2015 are as follows:

September 21 – Guus Dix, Maastricht University/Max-Planck-Institute Cologne
October 5 – TBD
October 19 – Noah Arjomand, Columbia University
November 9 – Luciana de Souza Leão, Columbia University
November 23 – Adrianna Bagnall, Columbia University
December 7 – TBD

Our first meeting will be September 21 at 1pm. Guus Dix, from Maastricht University/Max-Planck-Institute Cologne, will be presenting “What incentives will bring. Fictional expectations, worth and symbolic power in economic life”. Knox Hall, Fifth Floor, Room TBA.

For more information or if you are interested in presenting on one of the remaining dates or in the Spring 2016 semester, find us here: http://blogs.cuit.columbia.edu/skat/.


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