Holly

Sociology Speaker Series Fall 2022: Holly Nguyen

Nov. 9, 2022

Holly Nguyen Pennsylvania State University Gains-Loss Asymmetry of Jobs and Income Employment is one of the key factors related to the cessation of criminal behavior, or desistance (Sampson and Laub, 1993; Uggen, 2000). Theoretically, gaining stable employment strengthens conventional social bonds, structures day-to-day activities, and offers economic reprieve. Over the...

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Nov. 4, 2022

Lauren

Sociology Speaker Series Fall 2022: Lauren Duquette-Rury

Oct. 26, 2022

Lauren Duquette-Rury Wayne State University Naturalizing Under Threat: Citizenship in the Age of Enforcement Anti-immigrant rhetoric, hardline immigration policies, and policing threaten many immigrants’ social rights, security to remain, and sense of belonging in the United States. In this book talk, Professor Duquette-Rury explains the conditions under which people naturalize...

Reading

Lori Peek served as panelist for Virtual Book launch for NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge

Oct. 21, 2022

Lori Peek served as an invited panelist for the Virtual Book launch for Soaking the Middle Class: Suburban Inequality and Recovery from Disaster. The event was hosted by NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge.

Book Talk

Book talk! “Origins of the Mass Party: Dispossession and Party-Form in Mexico and Bolivia in Comparative Perspective” Edwin F. Ackerman (Syracuse University)

Oct. 11, 2022

“Origins of the Mass Party: Dispossession and Party-Form in Mexico and Bolivia in Comparative Perspective” Edwin F. Ackerman (Syracuse University) Thursday, October 27 12:30-1:45pm KTCH 1B40 Description: In Mexico (1921) and Bolivia (1952), nationalist insurrections with armies largely composed of peasants triumphed over oligarchical regimes. In the aftermath of these...

Fall

Sociology Info Session for Undergrads!

Oct. 11, 2022

Tune in for information on requirements for the major and minor, advising, study abroad, honors, internships and certificates. For Sociology majors and minors and those interested. Thursday, October 27 4-5 p.m. Zoom: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/2808884782 Meeting ID: 280 888 4782 Questions? Contact us at sociology@colorado.edu Raffle prize for attending!

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Mathieu Desan has Chapter Published

Oct. 7, 2022

Mathieu Desan has a chapter in Bourdieu and Marx: Practices of Critique (ed. Gabriella Paolucci), just published by Palgrave Macmillan in its Marx, Engels, Marxisms series. You can find the table of contents when redirected.

Spooky

Screening of Nia DaCosta & Jordan Peele’s 2019 film Candyman!

Sept. 21, 2022

Come celebrate Halloween with a screening of Nia DaCosta & Jordan Peele’s 2019 film Candyman, hosted by Dr. Laura Patterson and the Sociology Department! We’ll have candy, raffle prizes, free food, and a short introduction to the film, examining how DaCosta & Peele expands (and in some ways counteracts) the...

Boulder in Fall

Chair, David Cook-Martín, Activities Update

Sept. 21, 2022

Publication: “Migration Myopias and Insights from the Global South” with Katie Jensen in “Symposium on Latin America” in Perspectives: Newsletter of the ASA Theory Section , Volume 43 (2): Summer 2022 Presentations: American Sociological Association, “Paper People: Indian Ocean Prologues to Temporary Labor Migration Schemes” in a session entitled Bureaucratic...

Fall

Sociology Info Session for Undergrads!

Sept. 7, 2022

Tune in for information on requirements for the major and minor, advising, study abroad, honors, internships and certificates. For Sociology majors and minors and those interested. When: Thursday, September 15th Event time: 4-5pm Where: Zoom https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/94139682893 Meeting ID: 941 3968 2893 Questions? Contact us at sociology@colorado.edu Raffle prize for attending!

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