Adam Leeds
Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages
Adam Leeds is a scholar of late Soviet and post-socialist culture and society. His work is concerned with political rationalities and technologies of rule. His current project is a historical ethnography of the mathematical economists of Moscow from the Soviet Union to contemporary Russia. His research interests include: Soviet socialism and postsocialism; science studies; bureaucracy and technocracy; the state, modernity and utopianism; liberalism and neo-liberalism; ethics and political affects; the legacies of cybernetics; the history of the human sciences; pragmatic semiotics. For more information, please visit his page on the Slavic Department site or his personal website.

Adam Leeds is a scholar of late Soviet and post-socialist culture and society. His work is concerned with political rationalities and technologies of rule. His current project is a historical ethnography of the mathematical economists of Moscow from the Soviet Union to contemporary Russia. His research interests include: Soviet socialism and postsocialism; science studies; bureaucracy and technocracy; the state, modernity and utopianism; liberalism and neo-liberalism; ethics and political affects; the legacies of cybernetics; the history of the human sciences; pragmatic semiotics.

For more information, please visit his page on the Slavic Department site or his personal website.

Adam Leeds
Contact Info

715 Hamilton Hall

   al3604@columbia.edu
   212 854 3941
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