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Why Sociology May Always be the Field of 20 Years Ago

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Kristin Thomson has posted an excellent piece on Medium unpacking some of the major demographic features of the top 500 sociology texts in the syllabus corpus–particularly in regard to gender, age, and publication dates.  To hit a couple of the highlights:

Among the works on the list published since 1970, only 24% are by women authors:

The American Assembly Receives 220K Grant from The Arcadia Fund for The Open Syllabus Project

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

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Monday, May 16, 2016

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CONTACT:  Joe Karaganis, Vice President, The American Assembly, 212-870-3500

Onodo, an open source network analysis tool for non-tech users

Monday, May 2, 2016

Four years of experience on accountability and access to information has led Civio foundation to develop Onodo, a new open source tool that aims to facilitate the analysis of networks and relationships in any field of knowledge.

David Cabo, Civio’s founder, talked about the process and key features of the tool on our Science Fair.

Onodo, an open source network analysis tool for non-tech users

Monday, May 2, 2016

Four years of experience on accountability and access to information has led Civio foundation to develop Onodo, a new open source tool that aims to facilitate the analysis of networks and relationships in any field of knowledge.

David Cabo, Civio’s founder, talked about the process and key features of the tool on our Science Fair.

Conoce nuevas herramientas para el mapeo de influencias en la próxima Science Fair

Sunday, May 1, 2016

El siguiente Martes 17 nos reuniremos nuevamente a compartir proyectos, herramientas y prototipos en torno al mapeo de influencias. Esta vez el Influence Mapping Group compartirá con la comunidad dos proyectos en los que ha estado trabajando durante este tiempo.

Conoce nuevas herramientas para el mapeo de influencias en la próxima Science Fair

Sunday, May 1, 2016

El siguiente Martes 17 nos reuniremos nuevamente a compartir proyectos, herramientas y prototipos en torno al mapeo de influencias. Esta vez el Influence Mapping Group compartirá con la comunidad dos proyectos en los que ha estado trabajando durante este tiempo.

Join May’s Science Fair for new tools for influence mapping

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Next Tuesday May 17th well gather again to share projects, tools and prototypes around influence mapping. This time the Influence Mapping Group will be sharing with the community two projects on which the groups has been working on these past months.

Join May’s Science Fair for new tools for influence mapping

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Next Tuesday May 17th well gather again to share projects, tools and prototypes around influence mapping. This time the Influence Mapping Group will be sharing with the community two projects on which the groups has been working on these past months.

National Trust for Historic Preservation Awards The American Assembly a Preservation Grant Towards the Legacy City Preservation Project

Friday, January 8, 2016

A consortium including the Legacy Cities Partnership at The American Assembly and the Preservation Rightsizing Network (PRN) has released a new Action Agenda for Historic Preservation in Legacy Cities, which lays out a wide-ranging plan to address urban challenges by advancing new development while protecting communities’ cultural heritage.

The U.S. and Southern Africa: Progress, Potential & Stable States (Feb 1-3, 2016)

Friday, January 8, 2016

For the 57th year in a row, the Assembly is a cosponsor of the Air Force Academy Assembly—a cadet-led forum on national security issues that typically includes several high-level foreign policy keynotes.  Following previous year Assemblies on India, China, and Brazil, this year’s event focuses on security and stability issues related to Southern Africa. 

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