Inequality

2021 Jan 25

Michèle Lamont: New Engines of Hope after the American Dream - Finding Recognition in the New Gilded Age

12:15pm to 1:15pm

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Zoom link provided upon registration below.

Inequality & Social Policy Seminar presentation by Michèle Lamont, Professor of Sociology and of African and African American Studies and the Robert I. Goldman Professor of European Studies, Harvard University.

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2020 Nov 12
2020 Oct 22

Seth Holmes: Intergenerational and Collaborative Ethnography with Indigenous Oaxaqueño Mixed-Status Families

12:00pm to 1:30pm

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Contemporary Ethnography and Inequality Workshop presentation by Seth Holmes, Associate Professor, Graduate Program in Medical Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley.

 

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Christina Ciocca Eller

Faculty Spotlight: Considering the Impacts of COVID-19 on Higher Education Inequality in the United States

June 1, 2020

Amid the unprecedented disruption of COVID-19, the 2019-2020 academic year has come to a close for most college and university students in the United States. Yet many are asking: now what? Higher education leaders are offering some answers, speaking to immediate concerns like whether teaching and learning will take place on colleges campuses come the fall, how financial arrangements will be handled, and what scaled-up virtual learning might look like.

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Ellis Monk

Faculty Spotlight: More Than Just Race: Skin Tone and the Criminal Justice System

April 1, 2020

For many decades now social scientists have shown how, in so many ways, one's ethnoracial background is associated with a whole host of important outcomes from educational attainment to labor market outcomes to health.  Many studies also provide compelling evidence of ethnoracial disparities in the criminal justice system – the probability of being arrested, incarcerated, and even the length of criminal sentences.  ... Read more about Faculty Spotlight: More Than Just Race: Skin Tone and the Criminal Justice System

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