saskia sassen lecture 24 march @ networked publics group

Saskia Sassen will be at the Netpublics research group, speaking on Networks, Power & Democracy, March 23, 2006, 2:00 ”“ 4:00 pm

at the Annenberg Center for Communication, 734 W. Adams Blvd.

Between Hoover and Figueroa, street parking available on Adams.

Saskia Sassen is the Ralph Lewis Professor of Sociology at the University of Chicago, and Centennial Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics. Selected publications include Denationalization: Territory, Authority and Rights (2005), Digital Formations: Information Technologies and New Architectures in the Global Realm, Princeton University Press (2005), Global Networks/Linked Cities (2002), Guests and Aliens (1999), Globalization and Its Discontents (1998), Losing Control? Sovereignty in an Age of Globalization. (1996), The Global City: New York London Tokyo. (1991. New ed., 2001), and The Mobility of Labor and Capital (1998).

Her books have been translated into thirteen languages. She has served as co-director of the Economy Section of the Global Chicago Project, a Member of the National Academy of Sciences Panel on Urban Data Sets, a Member of the Council of Foreign Relations, and Chair of the newly formed Information Technology, International Cooperation and Global Security Committee of the SSRC.

For more information please contact
JoAnn Hanley
Networked Publics
USC Annenberg Center
213 743-2524

SAVE THE DATE: The Networked Publics Conference is on April 28 and 29!


Saskia Sassen will be at the Netpublics research group, speaking on Networks, Power & Democracy, March 23, 2006, 2:00 ”“ 4:00 pm

at the Annenberg Center for Communication, 734 W. Adams Blvd.

Between Hoover and Figueroa, street parking available on Adams.

Saskia Sassen is the Ralph Lewis Professor of Sociology at the University of Chicago, and Centennial Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics. Selected publications include Denationalization: Territory, Authority and Rights (2005), Digital Formations: Information Technologies and New Architectures in the Global Realm, Princeton University Press (2005), Global Networks/Linked Cities (2002), Guests and Aliens (1999), Globalization and Its Discontents (1998), Losing Control? Sovereignty in an Age of Globalization. (1996), The Global City: New York London Tokyo. (1991. New ed., 2001), and The Mobility of Labor and Capital (1998).

Her books have been translated into thirteen languages. She has served as co-director of the Economy Section of the Global Chicago Project, a Member of the National Academy of Sciences Panel on Urban Data Sets, a Member of the Council of Foreign Relations, and Chair of the newly formed Information Technology, International Cooperation and Global Security Committee of the SSRC.

For more information please contact
JoAnn Hanley
Networked Publics
USC Annenberg Center
213 743-2524

SAVE THE DATE: The Networked Publics Conference is on April 28 and 29!

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