Past Events



Education & Inequality Works-in-Progress: Elena van Stee, Ph.D. Student, Penn Sociology

Presentation: Autonomy and Dependence: Class Resources and College Students’ Strategies for Navigating the COVID-19 Pandemic"
Apr 20, 2021 at -



Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration: Cassi Pittman Claytor, Climo Junior Professor of Sociology, Case Western Reserve University

Workshop
“Black Privilege Modern Middle-Class Blacks with Credentials and Cash to Spend”
Apr 16, 2021 at -



Faculty Meeting (Standing Faculty Only)

Apr 14, 2021 at -



Education & Inequality Works-in-Progress: Alexander Adames & Ellen Bryer, Ph.D. Students, Penn Sociology

Racial Differences in Wealth Trajectories during Early Adulthood
Apr 13, 2021 at -



Culture, Ethnography, and Interaction: Caitlin Petre, Assistant Professor of Journalism and Media Studies, Rutgers University

Workshop
The Interpretive Ambiguity of Cultural Metrics
Apr 9, 2021 at -



Penn Sociology Colloquium Series: Jordanna Matlon, Assistant Professor, School of International Service at American University

Colloquium
The Long Crisis of Black Masculinity in Racial Capitalism
Apr 7, 2021 at -



Education & Inequality Works-in-Progress: Emily Hannum, Penn and Fan Wang, Univ. of Houston

Paper feedback: Fewer, Better Pathways for All? Rural School Consolidation in China’s Minority Regions
Apr 6, 2021 at -



Penn Sociology Colloquium Series: Elisabeth S. Clemens, William Rainey Harper Distinguished Service Professor of Sociology and the College at University of Chicago

Colloquium
Civic Gifts: Voluntarism and Nation-State-Building in Times of Crisis
Mar 31, 2021 at -



Family and Gender: Dr. Tugce Ellialti-Kose, Assistant Professor of Sociology (LTA), Trent University (Penn Sociology alumna)

Workshop
"Inherently Traumatic, Invariably Victimizing: The Legal Construction of Subject Positions for Survivors of Sexual Violence"
Mar 26, 2021 - Mar 31, 2021 at -



Penn Sociology Colloquium Series: Ross Koppel, Adjunct Professor of Sociology and Senior Fellow with LDI, University of Pennsylvania

Colloquium
The Two Trillion Dollar Medical Software Industry: The Road from Panacea to False Assurances to Peril
Mar 24, 2021 at -