Colloquium on Jan. 31: “Policing in Chicago: Ethnographies of Surveillance”

On Wednesday, January 31, UIC Sociology hosts its first colloquium of spring 2018 with the panel talk, “Policing in Chicago: Ethnographies of Surveillance,” featuring graduate students, Lydia Dana, Mariya Khan, and Enrique Alvear. 

The panel will include a discussion of their research as a part of the UIC Policing in Chicago Research Group, a workshop that brings faculty and students at UIC into conversation with community organizations in Chicago. Led by Professor Andy Clarno, the research group is exploring the ways that advanced data analysis and coordination between local and federal law enforcement agencies have transformed policing in Chicago. You can read their full analysis here.

January 31
12:00 pm-1:30 pm 
Behavioral Sciences Building, Room 4105 

Bring your own lunch and we'll supply the cookies and beverages
1.31 Colloquium