Professor Kavita Philip (History) on "Databases as Politics: Reflections on Science and Technology Studies in South Asia"

Department: Humanities Commons

Date and Time: November 22, 2017 | 2:00 PM-5:00 PM

Event Location: Humanities Gateway 1341

Event Details


University of California
Consortium for Black Studies in California
A Multi-Campus Research Program and Initiative

Workshop on Science, Technology, and Race (STAR)
at UC Irvine

presents a seminar with

Professor Kavita Philip
Department of History
UC Irvine
on 

“Databases as Politics:
Reflections on Science and Technology Studies in South Asia”

with discussants

Professor Ashwary Kumar
Department of History
Stanford University

and

Noopur Raval
Doctoral Candidate
Department of Informatics
UC Irvine

November 22nd 2017
2:00 - 5:00pm
Humanities Gateway, Room 1341

This workshop session is presented in conjunction with two seminars, each graduate and undergraduate, being offered for the Autumn 2017 term: “Science, Gender, Empire and Race” within the Department of History and “The Concept of Race” within the Department of African American Studies.

The Workshop on Science, Technology, and Race (STAR), is a Program of the UC Consortium for Black Studies in California, at UC Irvine, with support from the Humanities Commons of the Office of the Dean, School of Humanities and the Office of the Dean of the School of Social Sciences – at UC Irvine
All are welcome.
Light Refreshments will be available at the event.

For project information, contact STAR Faculty Director Kavita Philip: kphilip@uci.edu.
For more on the Consortium Workshops at UCI contact: blackthought@uci.edu.
For access, contact Angelica Enriquez, enriquea@uci.edu, at the Humanities Commons.
http://www.humanities.uci.edu/commons/