The Hedgehog Review
One hundred years after the outbreak of the Great War, Europe is again in crisis. The old cultural questions of Europe and Europeanness have emerged with renewed urgency: If Europe as a union is to survive, what forms of solidarity and identity might hold it together?
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Eisenhower, Little Rock, and the Neoliberal Imaginary
18 April 2014
Ned O'Gorman | IASC Seminar Series
Spring Fellows Dinner
25 April 2014
| Fellows Dinner
Spring Fellows Colloquium
25 April 2014
| Fellows Colloquium
Julia (Schroeder) Ticona is a graduate student in the University of Virginia’s Sociology department. She graduated from Wellesley College with honors in sociology and was awarded the Rt. Hon Ann Clewyd Human Rights Award. She was awarded her MA in 2011 and is currently working on her dissertation. Julia’s research interests focus on technology, culture, and social change. She is particularly interested in the ways that people make meaning about their everyday use of personal technologies in different institutional settings (home, work, school)....