Events

Oct 19

Reading Group Brown Bag Featuring Brittany Cooper’s Beyond Respectability

Bring your lunch and join graduate students and faculty for an informal discussion of Dr. Cooper’s award-winning book. Limited copies available for review in 2404 WWPH, thanks to the Sociology Department.

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Oct 23

Kai Heidemann talk: “En Nuestras Manos: Crisis, Protest and the Rise of a Community-Based Schooling Movement in Argentina"

Kai Heidemann considers how the study of educational policy and reform in Argentina can benefit from the sociological analysis of social movement dynamics.

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Oct 23

Kai Heidemann talk: “Across the Pond: Contemplating an Academic Career and Life in Europe”

Kai Heidemann will discuss his academic career experiences in Europe

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Oct 30

Human Rights and Information Access in a Digital World

A roundtable discussion featuring: Sheila Corrall, Professor, Department of Information Culture and Data Stewardship, School of Computing and Information, Michael Madison, Professor of Law, and Jackie Smith, Department of Sociology.

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