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
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
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
 BERKELEY SOCIOLOGY FORUM Wednesday, April 25, 5-7.30p.m., 402 Barrows Hall BECOMING BLACK POLITICAL SUBJECTS Movements and Ethno-Racial Rights in Colombia and Brazil TIANNA PASCHEL, Assistant Professor of African American Studies at UC Berkeley, will present her award-winning book, Becoming Black Political Subjects (Princeton, 2016) with responses from Tanya Golash-Boza, Mara Loveman, andMichael Watts.
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
In association with D-Lab and The Social Science Matrix: The Great Regression. Machine Learning, Econometrics, and the Future of Quantification.
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
Organizing Pollution: Organizational Demography, Neighborhoods, and Racial Inequality in Exposure to Toxic Chemicals, 1987-2012
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
Unsettled Islam: Virtuous Contention in European Mosques