Sociology and Global Systemic Risk: Dinner with Prof. Miguel Centeno
The interdependence of massive global systems has caused risk to increase exponentially. Tangible risks—in systems as diverse as energy exploration and production, electricity transmission, computer networks, healthcare, food and water supplies, transportation networks, commerce, and finance—now threaten global political, economic, and financial systems that affect citizens of every nation. How can we anticipate and prevent catastrophic consequences?
Join Professor Miguel Centeno, Professor of Sociology (who teaches the popular course The Western Way of War), for a dinner discussion about the study of risk, the Sociology major, and much more!
Location: Rockefeller College Private Dining Room
Date/Time: 12/04/13 at 6:00 pm - 12/04/13 at 7:30 pm