10/13 -10/14: The Future of Scholarly Knowledge: Principles, Pressures, and Prospects — 35th Social Research Conference

October 13-14, 2016

The Future of Scholarly Knowledge: Principles, Pressures, and Prospects
35th Social Research Conference

What is 21st century “scholarly knowledge” — and why do we care? Is there a place in contemporary society for pure research and intellectual investigation or must all research and education prove its worth?

Join us and our panels of experts discussing what the future holds on October 13th and 14th.

Day 1:
Keynote address by David Bromwich, Yale University

Day 2:
Humanities Panel with Rosalind Morris (Columbia University), Akeel Bilgrami (Columbia University), and Alan Ryan (University of Oxford)

Social Science Panel with Steven Brint (University of California, Riverside), Arthur Lupia (University of Michigan), and Richard Shweder (University of Chicago)

Natural Sciences Panel with Wolfgang Rohe (Stiftung Mercator), Joshua Greenberg (Alfred P. Sloan Foundation), Daniel Kevles (Yale University), and Jeremiah Ostriker (Columbia University)

For a more detailed agenda, visit us at: www.centerforpublicscholarship.org