Theme: Four Provocations for the Googlization of Medical Research: The Common Good, Social Justice, Openness, Democracy
All students, researchers and alumni are very welcome at the following interdisciplinary lunch seminars on CULTURE, MEDIA & SOCIETY with internationally known speakers at the Faculty of Social Sciences.
Four Provocations for the Googlization of Medical Research: The Common Good, Social Justice, Openness, Democracy by Tamar Sharon (Maastricht University) on Monday March 20 from 12.30 till 2 pm.
All students, researchers and alumni are very welcome.
Participation is free, no registration needed.
Please bring your own lunch.
Prof. Dick Houtman is Full Professor of Sociology of Culture and Religion with the Centre of Sociological Research (KU Leuven University) and Faculty Fellow at Yale University’s Center for Cultural Sociology (CCS), USA.
Prof. Stef Aupers is Professor of Media Culture at the Institute for Media Studies, Communication Sciences (KU Leuven University).
Prof. Katrien Pype is research professor (BOF-ZAP, tenure track) with the Institute for Anthropological Research in Africa (KU Leuven University) and Birmingham Fellow (part-time) at the Department of African Studies & Anthropology at the University of Birmingham (UK).
Prof. Peter Vermeersch is a Professor of Politics with the Leuven International and European Studies (KU Leuven University), where he teaches courses on nationalism, international relations, and current affairs in Central and Eastern Europe.