List of Past Events:

Summer 2020 – Fall 2020

  • 12 December, 2020: The Indian Farmer Protests and their Affective-Material Supply Networks, a Conversation with Mekhala Krishnamoorty, Vijeta Saini, and Manhar Kaur Shinh
  • 14 November, 2020: The Southern Solidarity Movement – Mutual Aid and Mutual Education in a Pandemic, a Lecture with Jasmine Araujo 
  • 31 October, 2020: Concepts and Data, a Workshop with the Sawyer Seminar on Precision and Uncertainty (Day 2):
    • Ruoyu Li: “Data Visualization and Multiple Media”
    • Alvitta Ottley: “The Role of Individual Differences in Moderating Decision-Making with Visualization”
    • Sandra Laugier: “Significant Data and Digital Culture”
    • Discussant: Swayam Bagaria
    • Concluding Remarks: Naveeda Khan and Andrew Brandel
  • 30 October, 2020: Concepts and Data, a Workshop with the Sawyer Seminar on Precision and Uncertainty (Day 1):
    • Jocelyn Benoist: “Given to No One”
    • Juliet Floyd: “Ethica and Data in a Computationally-Driven World: Wittgenstein and Turing”
    • Veena Das: “The Givenness in Question in Political Anthropology: How Data Produce Objects”
    • Discussant: M. Ali Khan
  • 12 October, 2020: Higher Learning, Communities of Study, and Critical Imagination in COVID-19, a Discussion with J. Andrew Bush, Alexandra Urbanikova, and Alfonso S. Williams
  • 26 September, 2020: The Economic Case for a People’s Vaccine, a Discussion with Sanjay G. Reddy, Arnab Acharya, Ali Khan, and Sabrina Abrams
  • 12 September, 2020: New Citizenship Laws in India, a Discussion with Ghazal Asif Farrukhi, Aditi Saraf, and Maya Ratnam
  • 29 August, 2020: Racial Inequalities and COVID-19, a Conversation with Dr. Julia Iyasere
  • 11 July, 2020: Viral Conjunctions Meeting with Jishnu Das and Yamini Aiyer
  • 27 June, 2020: Viral Conjunctions Meeting
  • 13 June, 2020: COVID-19 Country Updates, a Meeting with Camila Pierobon (Brazil), Anna Wherry (USA), Aakash Solanki (India), Sojung Kim and Youjung Shin (South Korea), and Marco Motta (Haiti)
  • 30 May, 2020: Insurgent Frontiers and the Viral Condition, a Discussion with Aditi Saraf and Megha Sharma Sehdev