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Seminar Series 2021-22

Semester 2

All are welcome to attend the Sociology Department Research Seminar Series

Every Wednesday 3pm-4pm

Please email sociology@tcd.ie if you would like to attend.

Date Name Presentation Title

26/01/2022

Gwyther Rees

UNICEF Office of Research-Innocenti

Vite a colori: Children's experiences and views of COVID-19 in Italy

 

02/02/2022

Tariq Modood

University of Bristol

Islamophobia, Antisemitism and the Struggle for Recognition: the politics of definitions

09/02/2022

Anne Holohan

Department of Sociology TCD

Serious Games and Sociology: The TILT University Game as Case Study

16/02/2022

Heather Hofmeister & Tomas Cano

Goethe University

''Do Involved Fathers Promote Gender-Egalitarian Attitudes in their Children? A Study on the Intergenerational Transmission of Attitudes Toward the Gendered Division of Labor''

 

23/02/2022

James Laurence

ESRI

 

What Factors Shaped Individuals' Resilience to the Harmful Effects of the Pandemic on Mental Health? A Study of Caregivers of School Aged Children in Ireland

 

 

02/03/2022

 

 

Alina Cosma

Trinity College Dublin

Structural Gender Inequality and Gender differences in bullying and substance use in Adolescents: A multilevel perspective
16/03/2022

Simone Cremaschi

Bocconi University

Self-built segregation, shelter strategies, and the immigrant poor

23/03/2022

Kitty Stewart

LSE

 

A time of need: Exploring the changing poverty risk facing larger families in the UK

30/03/2022

 

Christina Cross

Harvard University

 

Unequal Footing: Race, Two-Parent Families, and Children's Life Chances

06/04/2022

Mia Hakovirta

University of Turku

Family Policy and Mothers and Fathers Economic Wellbeing in sole and shared care Families: A Comparative Appro

 

 

13/04/2021

 

Carmel Hannan

University of Limerick

School Effects and the uptake of Scientific subjects in Ireland