SAS Online

(01) Q2 Schedule,

(02) Open Courses and Classes

Open Course:

Strange Sociology: How to Be Strange in Public

This open course is an experiment in strangeness. It will explore the sociological and psychoanalytic concepts of strangers, strangeness, and the estranged.

We shall ask the following questions: (1) how is strangeness constitutive of the social bond? (2) what privileges and burdens exist among strangers? (3) how does the concept of strangeness fundamentally challenge the discipline of sociology?

We shall attempt to develop a theoretical foundation for “psychoanalytic sociology” by exploring themes within and across the classical and contemporary sociological theory.

(03) Open Days

The next open day will be held on January 15.

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(04) SAS Ambassadors

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