Dr. Gholz is pleased to announce that the Critical Social Theory Cluster that he organized last year with Dr. Natalie Bormann in Political Science has been re-accepted by the Humanities Center at Northeastern (see http://www.northeastern.edu/humanities/collaborative-research-clusters/encountering-the-humanities/).
The group's first meeting will be held Friday, September 27, 2013 from 5 - 7 pm in 210 B, Renaissance Park (see http://www.northeastern.edu/campusmap/map/qad8.html) with monthly meetings to follow.
The first meeting will focus on the book "Cities Under Siege" by Stephen Graham.
If any students or faculty are interested in attending please contact Dr. Gholz via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) for our first selection from the book.
More information on the cluster can be found on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Critical-Social-Theory-Cluster/151663251654291).
Welcome to the Critical Social Theory Cluster Web Page
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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