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Visiting and Colloquium Speakers

The Center for the Study of Inequality regularly sponsors and co-sponsors lectures and conferences that feature world-renowned scholars and that draw attention to the most pressing problems and controversies in the field. Unless otherwise noted, events are free and open to the public.  Please feel free to contact us to inquire about support for your event. Click here for a full lists of past events.

 

Spring 2019

Friday, January 25
Kathy Phillips (Columbia Business School)
Understanding and Capturing the Value of Diversity: A Special Look at Gender
12:20PM 202 Uris Hall
As part of Department of Psychology Colloquium Series and co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Inequality

Friday, February 1
Lonnie Berger (School of Social Work, University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Can Improving Access to Economic Resources Prevent Child Maltreatment? Preliminary Results from a Randomized Experiment
12:00PM-1:15PM, Mann 102
As part of Innovations in Population Science Seminar Series and co-sponsored by the Cornell Population Center, the Center for the Study of Inequality, and the Institute for the Social Sciences

Friday, March 1
Monica Alexander (Sociology and Statistical Sciences, University of Toronto)
Combining Facebook and traditional survey data to predict migrant stocks in the United States
12:00PM-1:15PM, Mann 102
As part of Innovations in Population Science Seminar Series and co-sponsored by the Cornell Population Center, the Center for the Study of Inequality, and the Institute for the Social Sciences

Tuesday, March 5
Rosana Pinheiro-Machado (Anthropology, Federal University of Santa Maria)
From Hope to Hate: The Rise of Conservative Subjectivity in Brazil
4:30PM, AD White House
Sponsored by the Latin American Studies Program with co-sponsorship by the Center for the Study of Inequality

Friday, April 12
Stacy A. Sinclair (Psychology, Princeton University)
You Are Who You Know: How subtle ethnic associations and interpersonal interactions shape one another
12:20PM, 202 Uris Hall
As part of Department of Psychology Colloquium Series and co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Inequality

Friday, April 19
Kimberly Kay Hoang (Sociology, University of Chicago)
Playing in the Gray: Offshoring and Foreign Investment in Frontier Markets
3:30PM, 401 Physical Sciences Building

Friday, May 3
Deborah Carr (Sociology, Boston University)
Golden Years?: Social Inequalities in Later Life
Time: 12:00PM, 102 Mann Library
As part of Innovations in Population Science Seminar Series and co-sponsored by the Cornell Population Center, the Center for the Study of Inequality, and the Institute for the Social Sciences

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