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Social Science for a World in Crisis

Social Science for a World in Crisis

A webcast series. COVID gives us a chance to rethink political, economic, and social infrastructures as well as the institutions, behaviors, and beliefs underlying them.


Human Centered features conversations about projects and research undertaken at the Center by current and former CASBS fellows. New episodes available every couple of weeks!

Books and Ghosts

A partnership with Public Books puts a spotlight on select classics as well as recent accessions to the Center’s renowned Tyler Collection of books.
Also, current fellows write about impactful and inspiring “Ghosts in the Study” – former fellows who occupied their offices during the Center’s 65-year history.
Books and Ideas

Books and Ideas

A partnership with the preeminent online forum for social sciences and humanities thinking in the French-speaking world
features CASBS-affiliated scholars contributing to or the subject of essays, interviews, and reviews that bridge gaps between academic and public discourses.

SAGE-CASBS Award Lecture

The award, presented by the Center and SAGE Publishing, recognizes outstanding achievement in the behavioral and social sciences as applied to pressing social issues. The awardee gives a public talk at CASBS.


Our annual public event series, held at the Center, showcases current fellows and their cutting edge work. Find out about upcoming symposia and watch videos of past symposia.

Talks in S.F.

CASBS partners with the Long Now Foundation, a San Francisco-based nonprofit that seeks to foster long-term thinking and responsibility. Fellows gives talks at the foundation’s Conversations at The Interval salon series.

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