Michael Castelle

Ph.D. Candidate, University of Chicago Department of Sociology
M.A. Sociology, University of Chicago
Sc.B. Computer Science, Brown University
        

Research

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Teaching

I have a strong interest in liberating the social sciences from their dependence on commercial statistics software via training in open-source scripting, data analysis, and visualization methods. Conversely, I am also interested in communicating the insights and relevance of specifically social-scientific and humanistic thinking (including the history and sociology of science and knowledge, sociological theory, linguistic anthropology, and philosophy of technology) to more technically-minded students and specialists.

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Teaching Assistantships (as undergraduate)

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