Author: Jesse

Spring 2019 Schedule

April 25th -Ikiltezilani Mazehuani (MAPPS Graduate Student-Sociology, University of Chicago)
“Toward Integration? An Analysis of the Effects of DACA on its Recipients
Classics Building, RM 110, 1010 E 59th St, 12:30-1:50pm

May 9th -Patrisia Macías-Rojas  (Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Illinois-Chicago)
“Liberal Policies, Punitive Effects: race, border policing, and the politics of enforcement discretion under Democratic Administrations”
*Co-Sponsored with the Center fo the Study of Race, Politics and Culture and Student Support Services
Classics Building, RM 110, 1010 E 59th St, 12:30-1:50pm

May 15th -Elizabeth Crisostomo (School Based Counselor, MSW, Enlace Chicago)
“1300 Miles to Dilley: Family Detention Practices on the Ground”
School of Social Service Administration, RM WIV, 969 E 60th St, 12:30-1:50pm

May 23rd – Jennifer Chacón (Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law)
“Policing (and) Immigrant Identity”
*Co-Sponsored with Student Support Services, the Center of the Study of Race, Politics and Culture and Student Support Services, and Pozen Family Center for Human Rights
Classics Building, RM 110, 1010 E 59th St, 12:30-1:50pm

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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