The Workshop in History, Culture, and Society provides a forum for the exploration of new developments in historical social science, especially in the fields of Anthropology, Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. The workshop's primary methodological goal is to initiate a discussion about what constitutes acceptable historical evidence in each of the social sciences. Its main substantive goal is to understand how the past influences the present. The workshop is open to students and faculty from all departments across the University as well as from other institutions.
The Workshop is held in room 1550 on the 15th floor of William James Hall. Lunch is provided. Students can register for the course by searching for Sociology 317.
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*Please note that the April 21 talk has been moved to April 28 2017 (Friday) 12-2pm and will take place at the special location William James Hall 601.
The workshop has been generously funded by the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, and the Mahindra Humanities Center.