Ullica Segerstrale, Professor of Sociology and Director of the IIT Camras Scholar Program, Will Participate In Panel Discussion at Benjamin Franklin Project Conference

Ullica Segerstrale, Professor of Sociology and Director of the IIT Camras Scholar Program, will deliver a paper entitled “Creativity and Its Challenges: The Case of the ‘20th-Century Darwin’” at 10:45 am on Friday, April 11, 2014 in the Armour Conference Room in Hermann Hall. Segerstrale will appear on a panel entitled “Contexts of Creativity” with Niberca Polo of the New School of Social Research and Harold Stone of Shimer College as part of the “Infrastructures of Creativity: Institutions and Innovation in the 18th and 21st Centuries” conference which is hosted by the Benjamin Franklin Project.

The conference will consider today’s innovation landscape alongside that of the Atlantic Enlightenment, which was a period of remarkable innovation and creativity. Visit for a full list of conference events or additional details. All faculty, staff, students and alumni are invited to attend.