Society, Politics & Culture Workshop

ABOUT SPC

The Society, Politics & Culture Workshop (SPC) at Boston University, sponsored by the BU Department of Sociology, is a forum for social theory and research on the nexus of social forms, power relations, and meaning-making processes. The SPC Workshop holds various events throughout the year. Its regular event is the recurring work-in-progress lab devoted to intensive analysis and constructive discussion of work by a visiting scholar or a scholar from within Boston University. Participants are expected to have read the paper in advance. SPC also occasionally sponsors or co-sponsors lectures, workshops, book events, and other activities to promote the critical understanding of social forms, power relations, and meaning making.

EVENTS 2017-2018 Academic Year:

Wednesday, March 1, 2017, 4 pm

SPC LECTURE
co-sponsored by the Department of English

“Archives, Ports, Museums”
Lisa Lowe (Tufts)
College of Arts and Sciences Bldg
725 Commonwealth Avenue
room 200

For more information on SPC and updated list of events see the SPC webpage at people.bu.edu/juliango/spc

Contact: Professor Julian Go (juliango@bu.edu).