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Just Code: Power, Inequality, and the Global Political Economy of IT (A Symposium of the Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota) Fri./Sat. May 8-9, 2020
Registration is required to attend and is free and open to everyone in the UMN community, those from other universities/colleges/cultural institutions, and to the interested public. We strongly encourage registration well in advance (registration will close on reaching capacity). The registration includes lunch on Friday, as well as morning and afternoon coffee breaks. Those giving papers (and the leaders of our college, department, program, and center co-sponsors, as well as CBI donors at the Sponsor level or higher) will be invited to an event dinner at the UMN Campus Club, and a pre-dinner complimentary happy hour/reception at the Campus Club Bar.

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