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Calendar of Events

Monday, February 27

Arne L. Kalleberg University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill "Institutions, Precarious Work and Inequality" 165 Wallace Hall ~ All welcome to bring lunch 12:15pm Sponsored By: Center for the Study of Social Organization

Wednesday, March 1

Amanda Cheong Princeton University "Birth and Marriage Documents in the Adjudication of “Legitimate” Citizenship Claims." 165 Wallace Hall ~ Lunch provided at noon 12:15pm Sponsored By: Works in Progress - Grad Students from Sociology Department ~

Thursday, March 9

Natasha Iskander New York University “Bondage and Skill Erasure: Migrant Workers in Qatar’s Construction Industry.” 165 Wallace Hall ~ Lunch will be provided 12:00pm Sponsored By: CMD

Wednesday, March 15

Ryan Parsons Princeton University "The Capitalization of Culture in a Chinese Village" 165 Wallace Hall ~ Lunch provided at noon 12:15pm Sponsored By: Works in Progress - Grad Students in the Sociology Department

Thursday, March 16

Mesay A. Tegegne University of Iowa “Linguistic Integration and Immigrant Health: The Longitudinal Effects of Interethnic Social Capital.” 165 Wallace Hall ~ Lunch will be provided 12:00pm Sponsored By: CMD

Monday, March 27

Céline Bessiére Institute for Advanced Study and Université Paris-Dauphine "Doing Wealth Inequality in the Family" 165 Wallace Hall ~ All welcome to bring lunch 12:15pm Sponsored By: Center for the Study of Social Organization

Wednesday, March 29

Parijat Chakrabarti Princeton University "Cognition, Culture, and Climate Change" 165 Wallace Hall ~ Lunch provided at noon 12:15pm Sponsored By: Works in Progress – Grad Students from Sociology Department

Wednesday, April 12

Sophia Li Princeton University "Moral and Metrological Standards in the Savings and Loan Crisis" 165 Wallace Hall ~ Lunch provided at noon 12:15pm Sponsored By: Works in Progress – Grad Students from Sociology Department

Monday, April 24

Catherine J. Turco MIT Sloan School of Management "The Conversational Firm: Rethinking Bureaucracy in the Age of Social Media" 165 Wallace Hall ~ All welcome to bring lunch 12:15pm Sponsored By: Center for the Study of Social Organization

Wednesday, May 3

Hannah Waight Princeton University TBA 165 Wallace Hall ~ Lunch provided at noon 12:15pm Sponsored By: Works in Progress – Grad Students from Sociology Department

Monday, May 15

Elizabeth Wrigley-Field Minnesota Population Center, University of Minnesota "The Black-White Mortality Crossover: What can we learn about inequality?" 165 Wallace Hall ~ Lunch will be provided 12:15pm Sponsored By: Sociology Department