August 21: Neda Maghbouleh, University of Toronto (with Ariela Schachter and René Flores), “Ancestry, Color, or Culture? How Whites Racially Classify Others in the U.S.”
September 4: Charles Kurzman, UNC-Chapel Hill, “Citizism,” Chap. 1.
September 18: Brandon Gorman, University at Albany, and Charles Seguin, Pennsylvania State University, “Who Supports Global Cooperation?: Cooperative-Internationalism at the Intersection of Social Class and Economic Development.”
October 2: Katie Furl, UNC-Chapel Hill, “Identifying Incel: Constructing Gendered Social Identities in the Manosphere.”
October 16: Francesca Tripodi, School of Information and Library Sciences, UNC-Chapel Hill, “The Sociology of Search.”
October 30: Dana Moss, University of Notre Dame, “The Arab Spring Abroad: Diaspora Activism Against Authoritarian Regimes,” introductory chapter.
November 13: Austin Vo, UNC-Chapel Hill, “Contexts of Contestation: Immigrant Political Participation by Citizenship and Race in the United States.”