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Reading group in critical social theory
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Spring Semester Meetings

This semester we thought it might be interesting to tap into the "Keyword Project" a research initiative at the University of Pittsburgh.

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Each session, we will tackle one "keyword."  The idea is for us to read the short segment on that particular keyword on the "Keyword Project" website and to discuss the relevance and meaning of that keyword for us and our discipline(s).

Here are the dates and keywords.
January 30    -   "Critical"

February 13 - "Corporate"

February 27 - "Information"

March 13 - "Queer"

March 27 - "Terrorism"

April 10 - "Urban"

All meetings take place on Thursdays, in 306 Meserve, from 12-1pm.  Lunch will be provided.



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Founded in 2012, the Critical Social Theory Cluster (CSTC) is hosted by Dr. Natalie Bormann (Academic Specialist, Political Science) and Dr. Carleton Gholz (Postdoctoral Teaching Associate, Communication Studies) with a grant from the Humanities Center. The CSTC's mission is to nurture and expand the already existing intellectual culture in critical thinking and social critique at Northeastern.

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