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The Snowden Affair: The Surveillance State and Witch Hunts in Everyday Life
Start Date: 10/22/2013Start Time: 9:00 AM
End Date: 10/22/2013End Time: 6:00 PM

Event Description:
An Interdisciplinary Symposium/Teach-in  

Faculty and students are invited to participate in a day-long symposium/teach-in on the urgent social, historical, cultural and political issues raised by the Snowden affair and their relevance to a democratic society. Speakers already confirmed include: Stanley Aronowitz, Michelle Fine, Tami Gold, Frances Piven and Jock Young from the Graduate Center and Luis Barrios, Dave Brotherton, Ric Curtis, Andrew Karmen, Anthony Marcus, Susan Opotow, Itai Sneh, Olga Teploukhova and Lucia Trimbur from John Jay. 

If you would like to present at the symposium please submit an abstract to in the Department of Sociology by September 23rd. If you are not on our list-serve and would like to be, please inform Brandon.

For more information about the symposium, please contact David Brotherton, Chair of Sociology at John Jay College

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Co-sponsored by the Departments of Anthropology, Sociology, Art, and the Center for the Study of Terrorism at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the PhD Program in Critical Social/Personality Psychology at the Graduate Center, CUNY

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