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Note: All presentations held in the Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061) at 3:00 pm unless otherwise noted.
DATE & TIME:
Friday, January 25:Val Burris(University of Oregon)"Corporate Networks, Political Mobilization, and Public Policy"
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Friday, Aug. 31: Ben Waddell "The Political Economy of Remittance Led
Development in Guanajuato, Mexico"
DATE & TIME:
Friday, Feb. 10: Mate Pleic "War, Women, and Empowerment: A Cross-National Time-Series Analysis"
Friday, April 27: Wayne Santoro and Max Fitzpatrick "The Crisis of Victory Thesis and Social Movement Institutionalization and Racicalization: Evidence from the Civil Rights Movement"
DATE & TIME:
Friday, Sept. 16: Maria Velez & Christopher Lyons “Neighborhood immigration, violent crime, and city contexts of incorporation.”
Friday, December 9: Colloquium discussion on professional writing and the publication process
2/25 Elena Windsong: “Place Attachment to the Natural Environment: An Examination of Rural Communities.”
March 11, 2011, Title: The Changing Demography of Single Motherhood in the United States
3:00-4:30, Dr. Sarah Hayford.
3/25 Rebeca Jasso-Aguilar: TBA
4/8 Max Fitzpatrick: “How Taos Pueblo Got its Lake Back: Social Movement Strategy in New Mexico.”
4/15 (Outside Speaker) Dr. Charis E. Kubrin, Associate Professor of Sociology, George Washington University:
“Promoting Healthy Communities: What Role Can Immigration Play?”
4/22 Becky Erickson: TBA
5/6 Dr. Kimberly Huyser: TBA
9/24 Jane Hood:"Educating the 'Low-End' Kids: Pedagogy, Engagement, and Discipline in a Public High School."
04/30/2010 Professionalization Panel: Prospectus/proposal writing with panel members Andrew Schrank, Sharon Nepstad, Rich Wood, Ryan Goodman, and Karen Majors.
04/23/2010 Elena Windsong, PhD student in Sociology, will present, "Communities and Intersectionality."
04/16/2010 Jody Miller, Professor, Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice University of -Missouri St. Louis will present, "Why ‘Beach Boys’ & not ‘Beach Girls’?
Gender Organization and Gendered Sexual Subjectivity in
Sri Lanka’s Tourist Sex Industry"
03/26/2010 Dr. Sharon Nepstad, Professor of Sociology & Director of Religious Studies at the University of New Mexico: "Perceptions of Repression: How Cultural Beliefs Shaped the Effects of Protest Control in the U.S. and Swedish Plowshares Movements."
03/12/2010 The Institute for the Study of "Race" and Social Justice presents, "Self-Identified Race Versus Genetic Ancestry for Lung Function Predictions Among African Americans” by Professor Esteban González Burchard, Biopharmaceutical Sciences and School of Medicine University of California, San Francisco. This presentation begins at 2 pm and will be held in Hibben Center room 105.
03/12/2010 Warren Thompson, MA student in Sociology: "Evangelizing the State: Mennonite Brethren in Paraguayan State Reform, 2003-2008."
02/19/2010 The Institute for the Study of "Race" and Social Justice presents, "The Economics of Colorism," by Professor William Darity, Sanford Institute of Public Policy, Duke University. This presentation begins at 2 pm and will be held in Hibben Center room 105.
02/19/2010 Dr. Roberto P. Korzeniewicz, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Maryland: Unveiling Inequality: A World Historical Perspective. (presentation will begin at 3:30 pm)
02/12/2010 Sheryl Johnson (IRB Staff) and Scott Tonigan (IRB Chair): How to navigate the IRB process successfully
01/29/2010 Dr. Allen Whitt: A Ghost Ship, Limping Cats, the Only Person I Know in Sweden, and Other Oddities: Why Remarkable Coincidences Amaze Us, But Shouldn't