Justin Farrell is a professor and author at Yale University. He studies environment, elites, rural inequality, and social movements using a mixture of methods from large-scale computational text analysis, qualitative & ethnographic fieldwork, network science, and machine learning. His research has been published by Princeton University
Join Gabriel Vignoli, PhD in his discussion of: “A History of pork: notes from the Special Period” Tuesday, December 11 1:00 – 2:00 PM 66 W. 12th Street 6th Floor, Room 609 RSVP to receive a copy of the paper
The Reflect America Fellowship will bring a tenacious journalist to NPR for 18 months to help our journalism look and sound like America by finding new, diverse sources. The fellowship is designed for an early- or mid-career journalist who wants to work and grow in
GIDEST Seminar Nora Krug BELONGING: A GERMAN RECKONS WITH HISTORY AND HOME Friday, December 14, 12-1:30 p.m. GIDEST Lab, Room 411, 63 Fifth Avenue Please join us on Friday, December 14, for a discussion with illustrator Nora Krug of her graphic memoir, Belonging: A German Reckons with
Faculty member Shannon Mattern published a new article in The Atlantic. “A Map That Tracks Everything” examines new startups that aim to build blockchain-based cartographic systems that, they propose, would allow for myriad new “spatial verification” applications and perhaps even circumvent GPS.
December Special for Film Festivals in FilmFreeway Entering this holiday month, three international film festivals are giving a special discount. This is the last chance to submit to these Festivals, as they are wrapping very soon and will have their Opening Ceremony in January