Cultural & Social Analysis Workshop | Student Talks


Tuesday, October 26, 2021, 12:00pm to 2:00pm


Hybrid event: Join via Zoom or Come to William James Hall Room #450

The Harvard Culture and Social Analysis workshop has been meeting since 2003 and is currently being led by Michèle Lamont, Ellis Monk, Nicole Letourneau, Mari Sanchez, and Shira Zilberstein. Its purpose is to bring together, and facilitate exchange between, faculty, graduate students, and visitors working on a range of topics pertaining to the study of cultural products, forms, and processes. 


  • Derek Robey on Nostalgic Colorblindness and Projective Anti-Racism: Divergent Racial Schema in White Residents in the United States and Canada
  • Bo Yun Park on Crafting the Message: the Data Science Behind U.S. Presidential Elections


Harvard affiliates are welcome to attend in-person (room capacity 35): Room 450, William James Hall, Harvard University, Cambridge MA


If you are not a Harvard affiliate or you are not able to join in-person, you are welcome to attend via Zoom: register here


For more information, email Lisa Albert

Organized by the Culture and Social Analysis Workshop, Department of Sociology, Harvard University