Past Events

Penn Sociology Colloquium Series: Victor Ray, F. Wendell Miller Associate Professor in the Departments of Sociology, Criminology, and African American Studies, University of Iowa

Racialized Burdens: Applying Racialized Organization Theory to the Administrative State
Nov 17, 2021 at -

Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration: Daphne Penn, Provost's Postdoctoral Fellow, Sociology and Demography, University of Pennsylvania

"The American Dream Deferred: The Promises and Pitfalls of Education for Unaccompanied Minors in the Nuevo South”
Nov 12, 2021 at -

Faculty Meeting (Standing faculty only) McNeil 150

Nov 10, 2021 at -

Special Colloquium: Anthony Ocampo, Professor of Sociology, California State Polytechnic University-Pomona

"Brown and Gay in LA: Race, Sexuality, and the Educational Experiences of Second-Generation Filipino and Mexican American Gay Men"
Nov 8, 2021 at -

Education and Inequality Works in Progress: Emily Hannum, Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania

"Gender and the Long-term Educational Implications of Multi-Context Childhood Poverty in China."
Nov 8, 2021 at -

Culture, Ethnography, and Interaction: Blair Sackett, Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology, University of Pennsylvania

"'It is only fellow refugees who assist:' Scarcity, Social Capital, and Shadow Institutions in a Refugee Camp in Kenya"
Nov 5, 2021 at -

Education and Inequality Works in Progress: Shaquilla Harrigan, Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology, University of Pennsylvania

School Enrollment Disparities Between Ethnic Groups in Ethiopia
Nov 1, 2021 at -

Medical Sociology: Hilary Steinberg, Postdoctoral Fellow, Drexel University

“Defying Death: Pediatric Chronic Health Conditions and Believability.”
Oct 29, 2021 at -


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CTL hosting a Faculty Conversation: “Teaching In Person in the Present Circumstances: Strategies for Supporting Students Through the Fall of 2021"

Other Events
Featuring: Melissa Wilde, Professor of Sociology and James Aguirre Professor of Physics and Astronomy
Oct 27, 2021 at -

For many of us, this fall has been a chance to return to the classroom and interact with students in ways that are closer to what we missed during the online semesters. At the same…