Spring 2018 Schedule

January 19: Daniel Laurison, Swarthmore College, “Neither Geeks nor Gurus: Campaign Staff and Consultants in American National Elections.”

January 26: Christopher Barrie, University of Oxford, “Sect, Nation, and Identity after the Fall of Mosul: Evidence from a Quasi-Natural Experiment.”

February 2: Alana Gillis, “Uncertainty and Inequality: How College Experiences and Exits Reproduce Class and Gender Inequality.”

February 16: Jessi Streib, Duke University, “Privilege Lost: Downward Mobility in the New Gilded Age.”

March 2: Neal Caren and Andy Andrews, “Grande Resistance: Protest During the Trump Presidency.”

March 23: Michelle Dromgold-Sermen, “Trajectories of Resettlement: New Networks, Changing Class, and Restructuring Family Roles Among Syrian Refugees.”

April 6: Adam Reich, Columbia University, “The Disciplining Effect of Mass Incarceration on Labor Organization.”

April 20: Ruth Braunstein, “We Can’t Pay!: Taxpaying, Tax Resisting and Good Citizenship.”

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