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February 2019 - Archive


Spring Program of the Comparative Sociology Seminar


During the Spring there will be five sessions of the Comparative Sociology Seminar organized by Peter Stamatov (NYU- Abu Dhabi) and Sergio Torres (UC3M), who is responsible for a European Research Project financed by ERC (prize/Consolidator Grant 648429 TRANSPOP). Except where indicated to the contrary, the sessions will take place on Wednesdays at 13:00hs. The seminar room will be announced on the webpage of the Comparative Sociology Seminars.

The forecast schedule is:

20th February: Diego Acosta (University of Bristol): “Perspectives on the Global Compact on Migration and Latin America”

6th March: May Al-Dabbagh (New York University -Abu Dhabi): “The Construction of Modern Motherhood and Work”

20th March: Patrick J. Egan (New York University): “Identity as Dependent Variable: How Americans Shift Their Identities to Better Align With Their Politics”

24th April: Yanfei Sun (Zhejiang University): “Pre-modern Empires and Religious Toleration”

8th May: Chris Wildeman (Cornell University): “What Percentage of Americans Have Ever Had a Family Member Incarcerated? Evidence from the Family History of Incarceration Survey (FamHIS)”

The seminars are open to the whole academic community.

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