The FRINGE Centre
The Centre for the Study of Social & Cultural Complexity
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Unveiling hidden complexity
This Thursday, 6-8pm,  Common Ground space 


The FRINGE Centre (UCL’s Centre for the Study of Social & Cultural Complexity) launches The Global Atlas of Social and Cultural Complexity.

The Global Atlas of Social and Cultural Complexity will be the first multimedia online resource focused on under-researched practices which are often seen as non-transparent or hidden to an outsider. More>>

When:  17 March  2016, 6-8pm
Where: Common Ground, UCL's Institute of Advanced studies 
Directions: Common  Ground space is the room directly  opposite  UCL's  South Wing Committee Room. Directions to the  latter.

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What is the FRINGE Centre?

The FRINGE Centre explores the roles that complexity, ambivalence and immeasurability play in social and cultural phenomena. A cross-disciplinary initiative bringing together scholars from the humanities and social sciences, FRINGE examines how seemingly opposed notions such as centrality and marginality, clarity and ambiguity, can shift and converge when embedded in everyday practices. Our interest lies in the hidden complexity of all embedded practices, taken-for-granted and otherwise invisible subjects. Illuminating the 'fringe' thus puts the 'centre' in a new light. 
The FRINGE Centre is an initiative founded and funded by the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies and housed at the UCL Institute of Advanced Studies.