The Bandung Humanisms working group presents its culminating workshop, titled "The Bandung Spirit: Reflections on Afro-Asian Solidarity."
“Democracy and the Welfare State: The Two Wests in the Age of Austerity,” a book presentation at the Columbia Global Centers-Paris.
At this talk, Dr. Yükseker will provide an overview of the Turkish state's responses to recent inflows in terms of legislation, the delivery of public services and social policy.
The Center for the Study of Social Difference invites you to a conference discussing a work in progress on “The Rural-Urban Interface: Gender and Poverty in Ghana and Kenya, Statistics and Stories.”
In recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, CSSD working group Reframing Gendered Violence co-sponsors an interactive panel exploring lessons learned from the past 40 years in the field of sexual violence, examine the current landscape, and identify key strategies for the future.
CSSD working group Unpayable Debt: Capital, Violence, and the New Global Economy presents Frontier of Debt in the Caribbean and Afro-America.
CSSD co-sponsors an international symposium focused on advancing research and assessing impacts of Environmental Violence on Indigenous Women and Girls.
CSSD working group Bandung Humanism cosponsors "The Afro-Asian 'Silk Road' and the Rhetoric of Connected History" talk by Tamara Chin (Brown University).
DOCUMENTARY STORYTELLING AND COLLABORATIVE PRACTICES: A conversation with photographers Nina Berman and Susan Meiselas
CSSD working group Reframing Gendered Violence co-sponsors DOCUMENTARY STORYTELLING AND COLLABORATIVE PRACTICES: A conversation with photographers Nina Berman, An Autobiography of Miss Wish, and Susan Meiselas, A Room of Their Own.
CSSD working group Precision Medicine: Ethics, Politics and Culture presents "Ask but Don’t Tell: The Stubborn Alienation of Research Participants in the Twenty-first Century," a talk by Dr. Misha Angrist (Duke University).
The CSSD working group Social Justice After the Welfare State presents:
"Democracy after the Welfare State: a Conversation," a book launch event for Democracy and the Welfare State: The Two Wests in the Age of Austerity, edited by Alice Kessler-Harris and Maurizio Vaudagna.
CSSD Bandung Humanisms project co-sponsors: On South-South Circulations, Histories and Possibilities in the Arab World
CSSD co-sponsors a roundtable of scholars and activists celebrating the publication of Annelise Orleck's new book, "We are all Fast Food Workers Now: the Global Uprising Against Poverty Wages.”
CSSD co-sponsors lecture by Prof. Jane Gallop, Distinguished Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee.
Celebrate the launch of CSSD's newest working group, Queer Theory: Here, Now, and Everywhere, with the Queer Disruptions conference on March 1-2, 2018.
CSSD working group Precision Medicine: Ethics, Politics and Culture presents Consumers, Citizens, and Crowds in the Age of Precision Medicine: a talk by Cinnamon Bloss, Ph.D (University of California, San Diego).
The Reframing Gendered Violence project at CSSD presents a panel discussion with Fiona Hukula (PNG National Research Institute), Mary Fairio (PNG National Research Institute), and Melissa Demian (University of St. Andrews).
CSSD working group Precision Medicine: Ethics, Politics and Culture presents The Genomic Revolution, Genetic Counselors, and "Doing Ethics": a talk by Dr. Susan Markens (CUNY-Lehman College).
CSSD working group Pacific Climate Circuits, with support from the Barnard College Department of Anthropology, presents a free film screening and Q&A with Dan Taulapapa McMullin.
A panel with Sherene Razack (Department of Gender Studies, UCLA), Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian (Law School, Hebrew University; International Visitor, Columbia Law School), and Miriam Ticktin (Department of Anthropology, New School University), moderated by Lila Abu-Lughod (Columbia University)
CSSD working group Precision Medicine: Ethics, Politics and Culture presents The Economics of Precision Medicine: Medicine and Disparities in Health: a talk by Kristopher Hult (University of Chicago).
As part of the Reframing Gendered Violence project at the Center for the Study of Social Difference, BEYOND PREVALENCE brings together a nationwide group of scholars for a panel based on the consensus that campus sexual assault is a serious public health problem, and that innovative and effective prevention requires research that both includes and extends beyond simply measuring the scope of the problem
CSSD working group Precision Medicine: Ethics, Politics and Culture presents Cells, Genes, and Stories: HeLa and the Patenting of Life: a talk by Priscilla Ward (Duke University).