Political and Historical Sociology

2013 Dec 06

Macabe Keliher - "The Ritual of Surrender and the Formation of the Early Modern Chinese State" and Zophia Edwards - "Colonial legacies, institutions, and the resource curse: Explaining the diverging paths of oil-rich Trinidad and Tobago and Gabon."

12:00pm to 2:00pm

Location: 

WJH 1550

History, Society, and Culture workshop 

Macabe Keliher, Harvard University

The Ritual of Surrender and the Formation of the Early Modern Chinese State

Zophia Edwards, Boston University

Colonial legacies, institutions, and the resource curse: Explaining the diverging paths of oil-rich Trinidad and Tobago and Gabon

2013 Nov 15

Vince Feng - "Sociocultural Variation in Financial Pricing: Perpetuation of Maoist Inequities under a Market Allocation System" and Xiaohong Xu - "Belonging Before Believing: Bloc Recruitment and Group Ethos in the Making of Chinese Communism"

12:00pm to 2:00pm

Location: 

WJH 1550

A History, Culture and Society Workshop presentation

Vince Feng, PhD candidate, Harvard University

Sociocultural Variation in Financial Pricing: Perpetuation of Maoist Inequities under a Market Allocation System

Xiaohong Xu, PhD candidate, Yale University

Belonging Before Believing: Bloc Recruitment and Group Ethos in the Making of Chinese Communism

2013 Nov 18

Daniel Hopkins - All Politics is National

12:00pm to 1:45pm

Location: 

Taubman 5th floor, Allison Dining Room

An Inequality and Social Policy Seminar presentation

Daniel Hopkins, Government, Georgetown University

All Politics is National

2013 Sep 20

John Padgett - Organizational Invention and Elite Transformation: The Birth of Partnership Systems in Renaissance Florence.

12:00pm to 2:00pm

Location: 

William James Hall 1550

A History, Culture and Society Workshop presentation

John Padgett, University of Chicago 

Organizational Invention and Elite Transformation: The Birth of Partnership Systems in Renaissance Florence

With comments by Orlando Patterson, Harvard University

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Christopher Muller

Graduate students recognized by the 2013 ASA Section on Population

June 26, 2013

Harvard Sociology & Social Policy graduate student Deirdre Bloome and Harvard Sociology graduate student Christopher Muller (pictured) received honorable mention for the 2013 ASA Section on Population Student Paper Award for their co-authored paper, “Slavery and African-American Marriage in the Postbellum South, 1860-1880.”... Read more about Graduate students recognized by the 2013 ASA Section on Population

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