Urban Inequalities Doctoral Workshop: The Pest We All Live With: Cultural Meaning and the Life and Death of Rats
- Starts2:30 pm on Friday, March 25, 2022
- Ends4:00 pm on Friday, March 25, 2022
Each semester, the Initiative on Cities hosts a doctoral workshop, led by Professor of Sociology and IOC Faculty Fellow Japonica Brown-Saracino, that invites post graduate and Ph.D. candidates to explore the issues of urban inequality. The workshop explores themes that include, but are not limited to: cities and race, economics, health, politics and governance, education, youth, climate change, resiliency, sexualities and gender, marketing, and neighborhoods.
The workshop is open to doctoral students from across the university and brings together students whose work addresses both theoretical and policy concerns.
Join Dr. Andrew McCumber, PostDoc in Earth & Environment at Boston University, for a workshop on his work “The Pest We All Live With: Cultural Meaning and the Life and Death of Rats”
Please RSVP to LandonHL@bu.edu
- Zoom (RSVP Required)