Author: Jesse

Winter 2019 Schedule

Jan 10th -Nicholas Bascuñan-Wiley (PhD Student, Sociology, Northwestern University)  
Patronato: A Palestinian Cosmonational Foodscape
Classics Building, RM 110, 1010 E 59th St, 12:30-1:50pm

Jan 24th -Kara Ross Camarena (Postdoctoral Scholar, Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago)
“Social Networks and Public Good Provision among Rohingya Refugees”
Classics Building, RM 110, 1010 E 59th St, 12:30-1:50pm

Feb 7th – Herrica Telus (PhD Candidate, Sociology, University of Illinois-Chicago)
“‘Haitians Are Everywhere but Nowhere:’ Identity Formation among 2nd Generation Haitians in Chicago”
Classics Building, RM 110, 1010 E 59th St, 12:30-1:50pm

Feb 21st – Jonathan Miaz (Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of Neuchâtel in the Laboratory for the study of social processes and in the Center for Migration Law)
“Defending Rights, Contesting Policy and/or Transforming Law? Strategies of the Legal Defense of Asylum Seekers in Switzerland”
Classics Building, RM 110, 1010 E 59th St, 12:30-1:50pm

Mar 14 – 16th – Co-Sponsored event with Pozen Family Center for Human Rights
“New Drivers of Migration: Violence and Human Rights in North and Central America”
Roundtable meeting of academics and civil society with the University of Chicago, University of Illinois-Chicago, and El Colegio de México
Location: TBA

Autumn 2018 Schedule

Oct 11th – Jair Pinedo (Dual Masters Candidate, Divinity and SSA)  
“Migration and Ministry in Tijuana and La Ciudad de México: Observations from an Itinerant Minister”
Social Sciences Building, RM 201 (Tea Room), 1126 E 59th St, 12:30-1:50pm

Oct 25th -Samantha Martinez (Mansfield Institute for Social Justice, Roosevelt University)
“Challenges Experienced by Latinx Families Advocating for Special Education Services”
Classics Building, RM 110, 1010 E 59th St, 12:30-1:50pm

Nov 8th – Carly Bertrand (Comparative Human Development, UChicago)
“Understanding Collective Adaptation to External Threat: A Case Study of a Mixed Status Immigrant Community in Chicago”
Rosenwald Hall, RM 329, 1101 E 58th St, 12:30-1:50

Nov 15th – Jennifer Jones (Sociology and Latin American and Latino Studies, University of Illinois at Chicago)
“‘We Don’t Have Any Problems’: Theorizing Racial Status and Intergroup Relations”
Co-Sponsored workshop with the Reproduction of Race an Racial Ideologies Workshop and Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture
CSRPC, 5733 S University Ave, 5:00-6:30pm

Dec 6th -Dec 6- Emily Navarro (Assistant Professor of Sociology, Elmurst College)
“‘We Don’t Take Your Type Here’: The (Broken) Promises of Education for Unaccompanied Immigrant Youth”
Classics Building, RM 110, 1010 E 59th St, 12:30-1:50pm

 

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