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Seminar Series 2021-22

Semester 1

All are welcome to attend the Sociology Department Research Seminar Series

Every Wednesday 3pm-4pm

Please email if you would like to attend.

Date Name Presentation Title


Aliya Rao

London School of Economics

Crunch time: How married couples confront unemployment



Yuliya Kosyakova

University of Bamberg

Do regions matter? The local supply of language courses and refugees' labour market integration


Julia Mikolai

University of St Andrews

Partnership, Fertility and Employment trajectories of immigrants in the UK: A three channel sequence analysis


Gill Main

University of Leeds

Barriers to School Attendance



Sam Friedman

London School of Economics


Is there an Old Girls network? Girls Schools and recruitment to the British elite






Neli Demireva

University of Essex

Ethnic enclaves and the economic, social and political impact on their residents - an investigation wilth ESS data

Jianghong Li

WZB Berlin

Gender and socioeconomic inequalities in parenting stress and psychological distress during the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany



Germ Janmaat



Liberal Republican, Conservative or Social Democratic Mindsets? Exploring the Existence of Citizenship Regimes in Civic Attitudes



Ross Brannigan

Department of Sociology, Trinity College Dublin


An Examination of Digital Engagement and its Association with Adverse Psychiatric Psychiatric Symptons. A TeenPath Project.


Emanuele Ferragina

Sciences PO

Covid-19 as a Multidimensional Crisis: Tracking attitudes during the pandemic in France with the Coco study





Patricia McMullin

University of Turku

Moving matters: Do long-distance moves (within countries) damage children's education? Evidence from contrasting case studies Finland and Germany