Events

Sep 18

Sociology Speaker Series: "The Ecology of Threat: Workplace and Neighborhood Determinants of Organized Vigilantism"

David Cunningham is Professor of Sociology at Washington University in St. Louis.  His research focuses on the scope, organization, and legacy of racial contention.  Professor Cunningham's ongoing research project examines the organization and enforcement of segregation under Jim Crow, as well as how related historical patterns continue to matter today.  The talk is at 12:00 in the Sociology Colloquium Room, Posvar 2432

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Sep 20

Can Workers Use International Law to Defend and Advance Human Rights? A Report Back from the 2017 International Labour Conference in Geneva”

Antonia Domingo, Assistant General Counsel, United Steelworkers, will talk on "Can Workers Use International Law to Defend and Advance Human Rights?" in Posvar 4130 at 12:00

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Oct 04

Works-in-Progress Workshop: featuring a manuscript by Jackie Smith, Melanie Hughes, and Sam Plummer

Our first works-in-progress workshop, featuring a manuscript by Jackie Smith, Melanie Hughes, and Sam Plummer will be held on October 4, from 12:00-1:30.  The paper will be distributed at least one week in advance via email. All are welcome to attend, but do read the paper in advance. You are welcome to bring your lunches as well.  The workshop will be held in the Sociology Conference Room, Posvar  2431.

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