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
Still a White Man’s World: The Failure of Corporate Diversity Management The civil rights and women’s movement sparked change in corporate America, but over the last generation, the integration of corporate management has slowed to a standstill.  Corporations have expanded diversity and inclusion initiatives, yet made little progress on actual diversity in the best jobs.  Those initiatives bear much of the blame.  The most common diversity programs, designed to “fix the manager,” have led to backlash and retaliation.  Less common are programs that engage managers in solving the problem of integration, but those programs have promoted real changes in management diversity.
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
Schematic logics and patterns of culture choice: Linking cognition and action in the sociology of taste.
Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
The Multiple Meanings of Clicks: How Web Journalists Make Sense of Audience Analytics in the United States and France
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
How Race and Unemployment Shape Labor Market Opportunities: Additive, Amplified, or Muted Effects?
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
When Two Bodies Are (Not) a Problem: Gender and Relationship Status Discrimination in Academic Hiring
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
Peter Bearman Columbia University   Tuesday 2/21 3:30-5:00pm 420 Barrows Hall The neural foundations/signatures of affective and instrumental social relations and the emergence of dyadic reciprocity and identity in human groups.
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Blumer Room - 402 Barrows Hall
Imagined Futures  and Capitalist Dynamics