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Symposium Series 2019-20

CASBS symposium

The 2019-20 symposium series continues the Center's rich tradition of engaging the public. All symposia take place at CASBS with a reception at 5:00pm and the talk from 5:30pm - 6:45pm. Please watch for our email invitations for each symposium. Attendance is free, but seating is limited and registration is required.

For more information about the symposium series, please contact us at casbs-events@stanford.edu.

November 14, 2019 - Today's Technologies, Tomorrow's Humans

This event is sponsored by CASBS as part of the Ethics, Society, and Technology Hub at Stanford University. The Hub, a new Presidential Initiative, aims to stimulate, coordinate, and amplify projects and initiatives across institutes and centers on campus.

Panelists:

Rene Almeling

Rene Almeling
CASBS Fellow 2019-20

Associate professor of sociology
Yale University

   

Alta Charo

R. Alta Charo
Berggruen Fellow at CASBS 2019-20

Warren P. Knowles Professor of Law and Bioethics
University of Wisconsin

 

Guest Moderator:

Debra Satz

Debra Satz
Vernon R. & Lysbeth Warren Anderson Dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences

Marta Sutton Weeks Professor of Ethics in Society
Stanford University

 


February 25, 2020 - Contesting the Nation

Panelists:

Kathleen Belew

Kathleen Belew
CASBS fellow 2019-20

Assistant professor of history
University of Chicago

 

Jefferson Cowie

Jefferson Cowie
CASBS fellow 2019-20

James G. Stahlman Chair in American History
Vanderbildt University
  

 

Catherine Ramirez

Catherine Ramirez
CASBS fellow 2019-20

Associate professor of Latin American and Latino Studies
University of California, Santa Cruz

 

Moderator: CASBS director Margaret Levi


April 28, 2020 - The Price of Parenting: Investment in Children, College Debt, and Inequality

Panelists:

Nina Bandelj

Nina Bandelj
CASBS fellow 2019-20

Professor of sociology
University of California, Irvine

 

Caitlin Zaloom

Caitlin Zaloom
CASBS fellow 2016-17

Associate professor of social and cultural analysis
New York University

 

 

 

Moderator TBD