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Calendar of Events

Monday, February 15

Elizabeth Roberto Princeton University Spatial Boundaries and the Local Context of Residential Segregation 165 Wallace Hall 12:15pm

Wednesday, February 17

Charles Payne University of Chicago Fifty Years After Coleman: The Limits of Schooling, The Power of Poverty 165 Wallace Hall 12:00pm

Thursday, March 3

John Valadéz Public Broadcasting System (PBS) - Award Winning Documentarian “The Head of Joaquín Murrieta” – Lynching and Resistance among Latinos in the American South West.” 190 Wallace Hall – Lunch will be served 12:00pm Sponsored By: Center for Migration and Development

Thursday, March 10

Angel Aedo Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and Princeton Institute for Advanced Studies "Unsettling lives at the Border: Care and Control in Contexts of Poor Immigrants in Northern Chile" 165 Wallace Hall – Lunch will be served 12:00pm Sponsored By: Center for Migration and Development

Thursday, March 24

William Pérez University of California, Los Angeles “Fragmented Schooling: Examining the Educational Experiences of Indigenous, Undocumented, and Deported Mexican Youth” 165 Wallace Hall – Lunch will be served 12:00pm Sponsored By: Center for Migration and Development

Monday, April 4

Cristobal Young Stanford University TBD 165 Wallace Hall 12:15pm Sponsored By: CSSO

Thursday, April 7

Heidy Sarabia University of Pennsylvania and Princeton University “Stigmatizing Deportation: How Mexican and U.S. Migration Policies along the Border Shape Unauthorized Migrants’ Sense of Self and Cross-Border Intents” 165 Wallace Hall – Lunch will be served 12:45pm Sponsored By: Co-sponsored by the Center for Migration and Development and the Program in Latino Studies

Thursday, April 14

Kristin Surak University of London and Princeton Institute for Advanced Studies “Beyond Blood and Soil: Jus Pecuniae and the Rise of Citizenship by Investment” 165 Wallace Hall – Lunch will be served 12:00pm Sponsored By: Center for Migration and Development

Thursday, April 21

Dai Li Peking University and Princeton University “Lay of the Land: New Patterns of Rural-Urban Migration in China and the ‘Peasants in Apartments’ Movement” 12:00 PM -165 Wallace Hall – Lunch will be served 12:00pm Sponsored By: The Center for Migration and Development

Thursday, April 28

Alexandra Délano The New School “The Dreamers as a Target of Diaspora Policies: Integration in the Country of Destination vs. Reintegration in the Country of Origin” 165 Wallace Hall – Lunch will be served 12:00pm Sponsored By: The Center for Migration and Development

Thursday, May 12

Jennifer Hochschild Harvard University “Class Matters among African Americans, Anglos, Latinos, and Asian Americans” 165 Wallace Hall – Lunch will be served 12:00pm Sponsored By: The Center for Migration and Development

Thursday, May 19

Lynne Haney New York University “Punishment and Child Support: How Institutions of Social Control Shape the Lives of Men and Families” 165 Wallace Hall – Lunch will be served 12:00pm Sponsored By: The Center for Migration and Development