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Presentations in the Cultures and Knowledge Workshop Series range across historical and disciplinary boundaries, and provide a major component of SIFK's inquiry into the process of knowledge formation and transmittal from antiquity to the present day. SIFK faculty, postdocs, fellows and guests present research-in-progress for real-time feedback from a broadly cross-disciplinary community of scholars. Presentations take the form of a 45-minute presentation followed by a lively 25 minute discussion, and are open to all members of the University of Chicago community.

Noon-1:20 PM via Zoom

Please see the events calendar https://sifk.uchicago.edu/events/category/15/Workshops/ to register. 

Monday, November 1

Of Types and Trees: Evolutionary Thought, Ancient DNA and Research on the Human Past

Hannah Moots 

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Monday, November 15

The Dog Years: A History of Beagle Science

Brad Bolman

Recording Coming Soon

 

Monday, November 29

Fact Culture: Polling and the Politics of Objectivity

Tal Arbel

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News

Chicago Journal of History Journal Wins Award

May 22, 2017

Hansong Li, SIFK College Research Fellow, is also Editor-in-Chief of the Chicago Journal of History, recipient of the 2017 Unsung Recognized Student Organization Award