The SKAT and Sociology of Algorithms Workshops meet Mondays from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. The workshop follows a hybrid format; in-person meetings take place on campus. To receive the paper (and the Zoom link) circulated the week prior to each meeting, ask to be added to the mailing list or email [email protected], [email protected] or [email protected] for access to individual sessions.
  • September 11th (in-person)– Donald MacKenzie, University of Edinburgh: “Intermediaries, Mediators and Digital Advertising’s Tensions”


  • September 18th (in person) – Simon Leger, LISIS: “Exploring Livestock’s Environmentalization through Global Expertise”


  • September 25th (from 12:30 to 2:00 pm, in-person) – Koray Caliskan, Parsons School of Design (book talk): “Our Understanding of Money is Broken, not Crypto”


  • October 2nd (in person) [Sociology of Algorithms Workshop] Nilanjan Raghunath, Singapore University of Technology and Design: TBD 


  • October 9th (in person) – Paul DiMaggio, NYU: “How Americans View Science and Religion: An Institutional Perspective”


  • October  16th (via Zoom) – Elizabeth Popp-Berman, University of Michigan: TBD


  • October 23rd (in person) – Sandra Portocarrero, Columbia (practice job talk): “Racialized Expertise: The Consequences of Perceiving and Presenting the Race and Ethnicity of Workers as a Type of Expertise”


  • October 30th (in person) – Byron Villacis, Bowdoin College: TBD


  • November 13th (in person) [Sociology of Algorithms Workshop] Alka Menon, Yale: TBD


  • November 20th (in person) – Gil Rothschild, Berkeley: TBD


  • November 27th (in person) – Adam Leeds, Columbia: TBD


  • December 4th (in person) – Josh Whitford, Columbia: TBD


  • December 11th (in person) – Liora Goldensher, Virginia Tech: TBD