A one day workshop at CISP/Department of Sociology, Goldsmiths, University of London Tuesday September 20th 2016, 10-5pm Room RHB 137a Organized by Michael Guggenheim, Dan Neyland, Alex Wilkie Recent Science and Technology Studies (STS) work on experiments has provided a basis for rethinking the terms, practices and consequences of experimentation. This has opened… via Workshop: The … Continue reading Workshop: The New Experimentalisms — CISP Online
Call for Papers for a Workshop to be held at Goldsmiths, University of London: 15-16 December, 2016 Convenors: Les Back [Sociology] & Mark Johnson [Anthropology] (Goldsmiths, University of London), Maggy Lee (Hong Kong University), Mike McCahill (University of Hull) Key Note: Mirca Madianou (Goldsmiths, University of London) The aim of this workshop is to bring together and … Continue reading Smart Ethnography?
20 July 2016 Professor Stuart Hall Building, LG01 2-5pm Open Book was established to support those at the margins of our society in addressing their situations through education. At the heart of the Open Book project is the belief that education is an end in itself and should not just be for an economic imperative. … Continue reading Open Book presents “The Likes of Us”
Check out Nex X Change Episode 1: ‘Lines on a Map’ featuring our own Les Back, Nirmal Puwar and Michaela Benson… Chapter 2: “The dream happens to him” Al Riddell and Harriet Onyett delve into a recent exhibition responding to the seminal 1975 book, A Seventh Man, by John Berger and Jean Mohr. The Migrating … Continue reading Nex X Change