Center for Cultural Sociology 10th Anniversary Conference

Department News
April 18, 2014

The Center for Cultural Sociology is celebrating its 10th anniversary by hosting a special conference, Advancing Cultural Sociology, from Friday, April 25, 1:00 PM to Sunday, April 27, 1:00 PM at Yale. Speakers will cover a wide range of topics in cultural sociology, especially meaning-centered analyses in the social science tradition, with openings to normative themes such as democracy, justice, tolerance, civility, sacrality, and the meaningful dimensions of market exchange. Our seven keynote speakers are Mustafa Emirbayer, Bernhard Giesen, Andreas Glaeser, Michèle Lamont, Paul Lichterman, Lyn Spillman, and Robin Wagner-Pacifici. The CCS Directors will also participate in delivering papers along with four of our outstanding recent Ph.Ds, Lisa McCormick, Jason Mast, Matthew Norton and Dominik Bartmanski. Hosted by CCS Directors: Jeffrey Alexander, Ron Eyerman, Philip Smith and Frederick Wherry. Co-sponsored by the Whitney Humanities Center.

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