November 2013


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Kamran Nayeri <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 21 Nov 2013 09:26:04 -0800
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Dear Sigrid and other organizers of the SftP conference:

The program look very interesting and I wish I could be there to attend the
conference. But I live far away and there are many good reasons for people
far away not to attend a good conference.

Could I ask if the speakers and organizers make available PDF copies of at
least key presentations?

Best regards,


On Mon, Nov 18, 2013 at 6:24 AM, Sigrid Schmalzer
<[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> Dear Science for the People activists, scholars, and enthusiasts,
> I am pleased to announce that registration for our April 11-13 conference,
> "Science for the People: The 1970s and Today," to be held at UMass Amherst,
> is now open!
> We are lining up an incredible list of speakers and panels, along with
> other fun events. Check out our preliminary program, read FAQs about
> registration, register for the conference, and leave messages for other
> attendees at
> If you have technical questions about the conference that aren't answered
> on the website, please email me directly at [log in to unmask] than replying to the list. (I'm sensitive to the problem of
> inbox-clogging, so if it's not a substantive question worth sharing with
> everyone, best to direct it just to me.)
> This is going to be great!
> Sigrid
> --
> Sigrid Schmalzer
> Associate Professor, History Department
> Director, Social Thought & Political Economy Program
> UMass Amherst