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Selling and sub-priming the subject through stealth: Drawing digital divisions through tracking and trading

Date - Wednesday, 26th April 2017 (2:00 pm - 3:30 pm)


School of Law, University of LeedsĀ 

In April 2017, the Centre for Law and Social Justice at the University of Leeds is hosting Prof. Bev Skeggs, who will be talking about her ongoing ESRC-funded research entitled ‘a sociology of values and value’. This is a unique opportunity for academics and PGRs alike to engage with Professor Skeggs and her work into value, class and social divisions in an informal setting, as well as to hear about her very exciting new project, which considers the way in which technology and social media are new routes through which class and classification can be made and remade.

Postgraduate researchers and early career scholars are very welcome. The seminar would be particularly relevant to those working in ideas surrounding marginalisation, social class, gender, cultural sociology and ideas of value, recognition and legitimacy.

The seminar is free but places are limited, so please register below:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/selling-and-sub-priming-the-subject-through-stealth-drawing-digital-divisions-through-tracking-and-registration-28756992940