Friday, November 17 /
8:00 AM - 9:45 AM
Chair: Moira O'Shea, University of Chicago
Discussant: Matthew Norton, University of Oregon
Splitting Time: Chernobyl as “Historical Event” and “Legacy” •
Olya Feldberg, University of Virginia.
Radical Recontextualizations: New Approaches to the Problem of Tainted Monuments •
Moira O'Shea, University of Chicago; Emily Katzenstein, Oxford University.
Parting Ways: The Historical Meaning of "Charity" and "Philanthropy" in the Nineteenth Century •
Shuhuan Ren, Peking University.
The Moral Pixel: Troubling Genealogies of Composite Person Classification, from 19th Century Eugenics to Computer Vision •
Anna Skarpelis, Social Science Berlin Center.
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