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Seminar Series 2020-21

Semester 1 (Michaelmas Term)

All are welcome to attend the Sociology Department Research Seminar Series

Every Wednesday 3pm-4pm

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/tZIoduiqpz4uHdBI6jDEPMosqBkWCoVyunSs/ics?icsToken=98tyKuGuqzorGN2QtB6DRpwAGYj4d-rxmCVbgqd_tUnvJwVjTwzlJ8BJBZFwJsHF

 

Date Name Presentation Title

30/09/2020

Prof Daniel Laurison

Swarthmore College, Pennsylvania, US

 

Getting In & Getting Ahead: Class Mobility and Race in the US & the UK

 

 

07/10/2020

Dr Dominic Weinberg

Social & Behavioural Sceinces, University of Utrecht

 

 

Meritocracy & the Social Gradient in Adolescent Mental Health

 

 

14/10/2020

Professor Richard Layte

Department of Sociology, Trinity College Dublin

 

 

How does Social Class get Under the Skin to Shape Inequalites in Cardisovascular Health in Adolesence?

21/10/2020

Dr Valentina Di Stasio

Department of Interdisciplinary Social Science and the European Research Centre on Migration & Ethnic Relations, Utrecht University, Netherlands

Islam As a 'Bright Boundary' in Europe Evidence of Anti-Muslim Discrimination Based on Cross National Field Experiments

 

28/10/2020

Dr Penelope Muteteli

Department of Sociology, Trinity College Dublin

Statelessness in East & West Africa

 

04/11/2020

 

 

Prof Frank Van Tubergen

Department of Sociology, Utrecht University, Netherlands

 

TBA

18/11/2020

TBA

 

 

TBA

 

 

25/11/2020

Prof. Brigit Bexker

Institute for Sociology, Goethe-Universitat, Frankfurt am Main

 

Educational ICT use Outside school: Disparities by School Origjn, Immigrant Backgorund & Gender

 

02/12/2020

Prof Nasar Meer

Department of Sociology, Edinburgh University

 

 

Migration & Cties of Hope

09/12/2020

Dr Katya Ivanova

School of Social & Behavioural Sciences, Tilburg Unversity, The Netherlands

TBA

 

 

16/12/2019

 

Dr Jan Skopek

Department of Sociology Trinity College Dublin

Does Early Schooling Decrease Social Inequality in Achievement? Evidence from the German Case