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Recent Trends in Intragenerational Mobility in the United States

Thursday, October 6, 2016 - 12:00 to 15:21
12pm-1:30pm

Location: 

Knox Hall Room 509 (606 W. 122nd street NY NY 10027)

Thursday, October 6 (12pm)

Xi Song, University of Chicago
Title: “Recent Trends in Intragenerational Mobility in the United States”

"Discourse and Human Securities in Tewa Origins"

Monday, September 26, 2016 - 18:00 to 20:00
6pm-8pm

Location: 

International Affairs Building, ISERP Conference Room 270B (directions here: http://iserp.columbia.edu/about/directions-iserps-spaces)

Scott Ortman, University of Colorado Boulder

Abstract:

Learning where we stand: How school experiences matter for civic marginalization and political inequality

Thursday, September 29, 2016 - 02:00 to 03:30
2-3:30pm

Location: 

606 W 122nd Street Sociology Department Knox Hall, Room 509

The Center for the Study of Wealth and Inequality Speaker Seminar Presents:

Sarah Bruch

Assistant Professor of Sociology

20th Century Politics and Society Workshop

Thursday, September 15, 2016 - 16:10
4:10-6PM

Location: 

Lehman Center Seminar Room, Room 406 International Affairs Building.

The 20th Century Politics and Society Workshop will be holding is first meeting on Thursday, September 15.

Sveinn Jóhannesson (Cambridge) will join the workshop to present "'Securing the State': James Madison, Federal Emergency Powers and the Rise of the Liberal State in Post-Revolutionary America."

The reading material is available on the workshop's webpage.

Rachel Kranton (Duke) - Political Economy Seminar

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 - 11:45
11:45am-1:00pm

Location: 

707 IAB

Speaker: 

Rachel Kranton

James B. Duke Professor of Economics

TBD

Tuesday, April 26, 2016 - 12:00
12:10pm-1:30pm

Location: 

Lindsay Rogers Room (707 IAB)

Speaker: 

Dara Strolovitch

Associate Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies

To Be Young, Gifted, Black, and a Woman: A Comparison of the Presidential Candidacies of Charlene Mitchell and Shirley Chisholm

Tuesday, April 12, 2016 - 01:15
12:10pm-1:30pm

Location: 

Lindsay Rogers Room (707 IAB)

Black female candidates often face institutional obstacles as they seek political office. This chapter argues that the presidential runs of Charlene Mitchell (1968) and Shirley Chisholm (1972), as the first black women to run on an alternative and a dominant party respectively, assist us in thinking more critically about the inherent political limitations black female candidates face when thinking about transitioning to elite level executive politics.

Speaker: 

Christina Greer

Associate Professor of Political Science

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