[MGSA-L] Harvard Cultural Politics Seminar: 9/11 and Cultural Politics, June 3, 12:30pm ET
roilos at fas.harvard.edu
Wed Jun 2 05:02:43 PDT 2021
I would like to invite you to the following event.
Weatherhear Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
Cultural Politics Seminar (via Zoom)
Thursday, June 3, 2021, 12:30pm to 2:00pm
"The Framing of 9/11 in the American, French, and Dutch Public Spheres (2001-2021): Towards an Inductive Approach for Studying Events"
Thijs van Dooremalen, Postdoctoral Fellow, Weatherhead Scholars Program; Affiliate, Weatherhead Research Cluster on Comparative Inequality and Inclusion.
Chair: Professor Panagiotis Roilos, Faculty Associate. George Seferis Professor of Modern Greek Studies, Department of the Classics; Professor of Comparative Literature, Department of Comparative Literature, Harvard University.
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In this presention, I will outline an inductive approach for studying events, which enables cross-national and long-term event investigations. The central premise of the approach is to follow the direct associations that actors make with an event as openly as possible. I will then apply the approach to the case of 9/11 in the American, French, and Dutch public spheres (2001-2021), by ways using both qualitative and quantitave text analysis methods. From this case study I formulate various empirical and theoretical lessons, that might at work for event meaning-making processes more generally.
Cultural Politics Seminar (via Zoom) | Weatherhead Center for International Affairs<https://wcfia.harvard.edu/event/cultural-politics-seminar-06-03-21>
"The Framing of 9/11 in the American, French, and Dutch Public Spheres (2001-2021). Towards an Inductive Approach for Studying Events" Attend this event via Zoom (advance registration required) Speaker: Thijs van Dooremalen, Postdoctoral Fellow, Weatherhead Scholars Program; Affiliate, Weatherhead Research Cluster on Comparative Inequality and Inclusion. PhD, Department of Sociology ...
George Seferis Professor of Modern Greek Studies and Professor of Comparative Literature
Faculty Associate, The Weatherhead Center for International Affairs
Faculty Associate, Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies
Founder and Director, Delphi Academy of European Studies
Greek Hauntologies and Disjointed Times: Temporality and Tropes of Indebtedness from British Aestheticism
to the Current European Crisis
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