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Colloquium Series

Note: All presentations begin promptly at 3:00pm in the Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061).  For more information contact Elizabeth Korver-Glenn or Owen Whooley.

Regional Nationalism: The Case of the Hispano Nation

Date: 
Dec 08, 2017 - 03:00pm
Location: 
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)
Felipe Gonzales will present his latest research in a presentation entitled, "Regional Nationalism:  The Case of the Hispano Nation".

Diabetes in American Indian/Alaska Native Communities: A Content Analysis of Academic Research

Date: 
Oct 27, 2017 - 03:00pm
Location: 
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)
Kimberly Huyser will present her research on health and American Indian populations.  Her presentation is entitled, "Diabetes in American Indian/Alaska Native Communities: A Content Analysis of Academic Research".

Hidden Windows of Discretion and Disparity

Date: 
Sep 08, 2017 - 03:00pm
Location: 
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)
As part of our Fall Colloquium Series, Noah Painter-Davis will present his paper entitled, "Hidden Windows of Discretion and Disparity: Downward Departures, Intermediate Punishments, and Racial Disparities in Drug Sentencing In Pennsylvania".

Publishing in Academic Journals: A Discussion with the Editors of Sociology of Race and Ethnicity

Date: 
Aug 25, 2017 - 03:00pm
Location: 
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)

Join us for a discussion of journal publishing, with Dr. David L. Brunsma and David G. Embrick, co-editors of Sociology of Race and Ethnicity.

Upcoming Colloquia

Regional Nationalism: The Case of the Hispano Nation

Dec 08, 2017 - 03:00pm
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)

Felipe Gonzales will present his latest research in a presentation entitled, "Regional Nationalism:  The Case of the Hispano Nation".

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Diabetes in American Indian/Alaska Native Communities: A Content Analysis of Academic Research

Oct 27, 2017 - 03:00pm
Sociology Commons (SSCI 1061)

Kimberly Huyser will present her research on health and American Indian populations.  Her presentation is entitled, "Diabetes in American Indian/Alaska Native Communities: A Content Analysis of Academic Research".

read more