Visiting and Colloquium Speakers

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Spring 2021

Friday, February 19

Naomi Sugie (Criminology, Law and Society, University of California, Irvine)
Concentrated Disadvantage and Stress in Daily Life
12-1:00pm, via Zoom - Use this link to access event

CPC Innovations Seminar - Hosted by the Cornell Population Center, and co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of InequalityCornell Center for Social Sciences, and the Department of Policy Analysis and Management

 

Friday, March 26

Joscha Legewie (Sociology, Harvard)
The Enduring Impact of NYC’s Stop, Question & Frisk Program. Lessons from “Big Data”
12-1:00pm, via Zoom - Use this link to access event

CPC Innovations Seminar - Hosted by the Cornell Population Center, and co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of InequalityCornell Center for Social Sciences, and the Department of Policy Analysis and Management

 

Friday, April 9

Grace Kao (Sociology, Yale)
The Company We Keep: Interracial Friendships and Romantic Relationships from Adolescence to Adulthood
3:00-4:15PM, via Zoom - Please email inequality@cornell.edu for information on accessing this program.

This talk is hosted by the Center for the Study of Inequality and cosponsored by the Department of Sociology.

 

Friday, April 23

Emily Smith-Greenway (Sociology and Spatial Sciences, University of Southern California)
Life After Loss: A Prospective Analysis of Mortality Exposures and Fertility.
12-1:00pm, via Zoom - Use this link to access event

CPC Innovations Seminar - Hosted by the Cornell Population Center, and co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of InequalityCornell Center for Social Sciences, and the Department of Policy Analysis and Management

 

Friday, May 14

Maarten Jacob Bijlsma (Deputy Head, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research)
Modeling the socio-economic determinants of fertility: a mediation analysis using the parametric g-formula
12-1:00pm, via Zoom - Use this link to access event

CPC Innovations Seminar - Hosted by the Cornell Population Center, and co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of InequalityCornell Center for Social Sciences, and the Department of Policy Analysis and Management