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CaféTheoria is an interactive, hybrid workshop series where renowned experts discuss core social science theories, and where you have the opportunity to engage your peers and colleagues in lively discussion and debate. Professor Carlo Caduff will be joining for the first workshop to discuss the influential scholarship of Michel Foucault.

The workshop series is aimed at postgraduate students (PGT) and doctoral scholars (PGR) in the School of Global Affairs and the workshops are intended to introduce students to key thinkers' works.

The two-hour event will be held on 13 October, in-person and online via Zoom. The Zoom link to the event will be shared with all registered virtual attendees one day prior to the event. Tickets are available for in-person and online attendance. However, in-person attendance is limited so please cancel if you are unable to attend. Refreshments will be provided.

Please note that this event is for students in the School of Global Affairs.

About the speaker

Professor Carlo Caduff

Carlo is a Professor in the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine, where he serves as Director of Research and Chair of the Culture, Medicine & Power (CMP) research group. Carlo's scholarship engages with anthropological, sociological, and philosophical debates about power, language, the body, and the state. Over the past decade, he has been the Principal Investigator of two major ethnographic research projects: one on pandemic preparedness in the United States and another on cancer care in India.

About CaféTheoria

CaféTheoria is funded by the SSPP Faculty Education Fund. It is an interactive and innovative hybrid workshop series running in the 2023-2024 academic year. The project is led by Dr Shagufta Bhangu and Dr Rishita Nandagiri.

At this event

Carlo Caduff

Professor in Global Health and Social Medicine

Shagufta Bhangu

Lecturer in Global Health & Social Medicine (Bioethics & Society)

Rishita Nandagiri

Lecturer in Global Health & Social Medicine