Our first Seminar of AY 2021-2022 will be a special session with the Harvard Culture and Social Analysis workshop.
Michèle Lamont will introduce the workshop and share about her new book, followed by paper presentations by four of her graduate students:
- Nicole Letourneau, Derek Robey, and Michèle Lamont on Purely Entertainment Versus Social Activism: The Challenges of Fostering Recognition and Inclusion in Hollywood and Comedy
- Shira Zilberstein, Michèle Lamont, and Mari Sanchez on Imagining Plausible Futures: Braiding Cultural Repertoires when Facing Uncertainty
- Mari Sanchez, Michèle Lamont, and Shira Zilberstein on How American College Students Understand Social Resilience during Covid and the Movement for Racial Justice: Toward a Processual Approach
Please read the papers abstracts prior to the workshop - available here.
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.
Jointly organized by the Culture and Social Analysis Workshop, Department of Sociology, Harvard University and Weatherhead Research Cluster on Comparative Inequality & Inclusion