Colloquium Seminar on Sociological Issues - Fall 2011

Fall 2011 Colloquia

All colloquia are held in DYN 400 3:30-5:30 pm with reception to follow
*unless otherwise noted.  

Schedule subject to change.  
View more info on our Events page.


August

August 25

New Grad Student Reception


September

September 15

Josipa Roksa, Assistant Professor, Sociology, UVA
"Academically Adrift: Findings and Reflections "

September 22

Reserved for Work in Progress - Murray Milner

September 29

Reserved for Work in Progress - Ben Snyder


October

October 13

Sarah Damaske, Assistant Professor of Labor Studies and Employment Relations & Sociology at the Pennsylvania State University
"For the Family? How Class and Gender Shape Women's Work"

October 20

Ayse Zarakol, Assistant Professor of Politics, Washington and Lee University
"After Defeat:  How the East Learned to Live with the West"

October 27

Reserved for Professional Workshop


November

November 10

Onoso Imoagene, PhD, Harvard University
"More than Just Black: Identity and Mobility among Second-Generation Africans in the U.S. and U.K."
*Ruffner G004C; co-sponsored by Carter Woodson Center

November 15

Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman, PhD Candidate, Duke University
"What's Love Got to Do With It?: Racial Stigma, Affect, and Socialization in Afro-Brazilian Families"
*Newcomb Hall Kaleidoscope Room; co-sponsored by Carter Woodson Center

November 17

Hans Joas, Professor of Sociology, University of Chicago
"The Sacredness of the Human Person:  On the Origin of Human Rights"
*3:30 PM at Watson Manor on University Circle; sponsored by IASC, contact Jenny Gladding for more info
**Parking available at Culbreth Garage - no charge.


December

December 8

Sabrina Pendergrass, PhD, Harvard University, Post-doc Fellow Duke University
"Mason-Dixon Dilemmas: Crossing Regional Boundaries of Race in the Black Reverse Migration to the South"
*10:30 AM at Newcomb Hall Commonwealth Room; co-sponsored by Carter Woodson Center