CCS Workshop ~ Spring 2022

Please note:  Unless otherwise noted, in person workshops will begin on 2/18/22 at 210 Prospect Street, Room 203. Masks are required. Workshop readings are automatically available to current participants only and require authentication (password). Off- campus CCS Fellows should contact the CCS Administrator to gain access as needed. 

CCS Workshop Spring 2022

Alka MenonWorkshop 1/28: Alka Menon

Yale University ~ Department of Sociology

Crafting Race: Global Cosmetic Surgery and the New Art and Science of Racial Difference

Renxue WanWorkshop 2/4: Renxue Wan

Fudan University, China ~ CCS Visiting Graduate Student

Body Talks: Making Sense of the Iconic Performance of the Body in the Virtual World

Sorcha BrophyWorkshop 2/11: Sorcha Brophy

Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University ~ CCS Faculty Fellow

Systematization Work: The Backstage Repair of Clinical Medical Ethics

Nicolas RudasWorkshop 2/18: Nicolás Rudas

Yale University ~ CCS Junior Fellow

6,402: State Killings in Colombia and the Construction of Fact-icons

Anjanette M. Chan TackWorkshop 2/25: Anjanette M. Chan Tack

Yale University ~ Department of Sociology Presidential Fellow

How Gender Shapes Racial Alignment: Gendered Racial Schemas and Black/Asian Racial Boundary Management in New York City

Günter LeypoldtWorkshop 3/04: Günter Leypoldt

University of Heidelberg, Germany ~ CCS Faculty Fellow

Middlebrow Fiction and the Laureate Position in Cultural Space: The Debate about ‘American Dirt’

Andrea CossuWorkshop 3/11: Andrea Cossu

Trento University, Italy ~ CCS Faculty Fellow

Field Notes on Balinese Cockfight: From Modernist Ethnography to Symbolic Interpretation

Isabel Jijón Workshop 3/18: Isabel Jijón

Yale University ~ Postdoctoral Associate, Fox International Fellowship

The Dignity of Working Children? Recognition and Stigma in the Global Fight Against Child Labor

Henrik EnrothWorkshop 4/1: Henrik Enroth

Linnaeus University, Sweden ~ CCS Faculty Fellow

Toward an Aesthetic Theory of Political Life

AJ HawksWorkshop 4/8: Albert Hawks

University of Michigan ~ Graduate Student

The Changing Face of Heroism: On Iconic Transformations, Critical Aesthetic Publics, and the Civil Sphere

Thomas DeGlomaWorkshop 4/15: Thomas DeGloma

Hunter College, City University of New York ~ CCS Faculty Fellow

Anonymous: The Performance and Impact of Hidden Identities

Matthew NortonWorkshop 4/22: Matthew Norton

University of Oregon ~ CCS Faculty Fellow

Rules for the Unruly: Moral Translations and Spheres of Adjudication