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Seminar Series 2018-19

Michaelmas Term

All are welcome to attend the Sociology Department Research Seminar Series

  • Time: Wednesday 15.00-16.00
  • Venue: 6th Floor Conference Room, College Green
Date Name Presentation Title


Dr Hannes Kroger

German Socio-economic Panel Study, German Institute for Economic Research, Berlin


Refugees and health – First results from a large representative survey in Germany




Professor Richard Layte

Department of Sociology, Trinity College Dublin



Can Income Supplementation Reduce the Experience of Adverse Childhood Experiences?





Professor Helen Russell

Economic and Social Research Institute Dublin


Childcare Costs and Maternal Employment in Ireland


Dr Matthew Hughey

Department of Sociology, University of Connecticut


White Racial Identity, Racist and Anti-Racist Organisations


Dr Jesper Rozer

Department of Sociology, Programme Group''Institutions, Inequalities and Life Courses'', University of Amsterdam







Dr Zoe O'Reilly

Department of Sociology, Trinity College Dublin


'Living Liminality': everyday experiences of asylum seekers in the 'Direct Provision' system in Ireland


Dr Man Yee Kan

Linacre College & the Department of Sociology, Oxford


Lagged Adaptation in the Association between Women’s and Men’s Gender Attitudes and Housework Time in 24 countries


Dr Anne Holohan & Dr Justyna Pyz

Department of Sociology, Trinity College Dublin

The GAP Project

Dr Niall Gilmartin

Department of Sociology, Trinity College Dublin

Lost in Transition? Republican Women and the Northern Irish Peace Process

Jonas Radl

Department of Social Sciences of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Public Knowledge about Societal Ageing and Preferences over Pension Policies. Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Germany, Spain and the United States

Dr Paula Maycock

School of Social Work and Social Policy, Trinity College Dublin

Young People Narrating the Experience of Homelessness and Home