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Paris Terror Events and the Dramaturgies of the Aftermath

The Department of Sociology at the New School for Social Research hosted Daniel Dayan to the New School for his talk entitled, “Paris Terror Events and the Dramaturgies of the Aftermath”.

Daniel Dayan is a fellow of the Marcel Mauss Institute (School of Advanced Study in the Social Sciences) and a professor at the Levinas European Institute. Dayan has been Research director at CNRS-Paris, and a visiting professor at Sciences-Po and the universities of Stanford, Geneva, Tel Aviv, and Oslo. He has also been an Annenberg scholar at the University of Pennsylvania, and for many years a visiting  professor of Sociology at The New School.

A former fellow of the European Science Foundation, he received the International Communication Association award for his book with Elihu Katz, Media events: the Live Broadcasting of History.

The event was sponsored by the department of Sociology at the New School for Social Research

Ahad Ali

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