Events for Spring 2018
Wednesday, February 21
Chris Haynes (University of New Haven). Framing Immigrants: How Media Coverage Shapes Attitudes Towards Immigration. 12:15pm in Oak 438.
Thursday, February 22
Bozena Welborne (Smith). Security in Numbers: Linking Gender Quotas to the Reporting of Gendered Crimes in Arab States. 12:30pm in Oak 438.
Wednesday, February 28
Shatema Threadcraft (Dartmouth). How to Write on Kinky Hair: Choice, Cultural Inscription, and Embodied Black Femininity. 12:15pm in Oak 438.
Wednesday, March 7
Keith Whittington (Princeton). Why Free Speech Matters on Campus. 2pm in Konover Auditorium, Dodd Center.
Tuesday, March 20
Tatishe Nteta (UMass). The Pictures in Our Heads: Race and Public Opinion on Paying College Athletes 12:30pm in Oak 438.
Wednesday, March 28
Emre Hatipoglu (Sabanci University): Economic Sanctions and Carbonization of Target Economies. 12:15pm in Oak 438.
Monday, April 9
Peter Thomas (Brunel University). Talk title TBD. 12:15pm in Oak 438.
Monday, April 16
Katherine Rye Jewell: Regional Identity and Political Economy: Tracing the Geography of Southern Economic Conservatism. 12:15pm in Oak 438.