Colloquia

Sociology Department Colloquium Series
Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
MONDAYS, 2:00 - 3:30 PM
[unless otherwise noted]

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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
Reparative Seizure: Postcolonial Crime in the Jamaican Lotto Scam
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
Taste and Necessity: Economic and Symbolic Influences on Food Choice in Low- and Higher-Income Families
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
DISENFRANCHISED The Rise and Fall of Industrial Citizenship in China JOEL ANDREAS, AssociateProfessor of Sociology at Johns Hopkins University, will present his forthcoming book, Disenfranchised, with responses from Cihan Tuğal, Yan Long, and Marc Blecher
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
That Ain’t Right. Toxic Entanglements, Urban Austerity and Environmental Racism in Flint and Detroit
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
Pedagogy Colloquium: "Technology in the classroom: the good, the bad, the ugly," Wednesday, Oct 3, 4-5pm in 420 Barrows Hall Wed. afternoon of each month, from 4-5 pm, in 420 Barrows
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
Running Political Cover: Institutional Diversity Work in the UC
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
Logics in Conflict? Contradictions in Campus Sexual Misconduct Adjudication
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
Co-sponsorship by IRLE and the Berkeley Labor Center
Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
The pedagogy colloquium meets monthly to discuss diverse aspects of teaching at Berkeley, with topics suggested by group participants and occasional guestspeakers.  
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
The Importance of Community Contexts in Immigration Detention