Fall 2017

Fall 2017 Workshop Schedule
Mondays, 12 to 2 p.m.
Knox Hall, Room 509 (see map for location)

Download workshop papers (workshop participants only*): here.

Monday, September 25th

Presenter 1: Dina Okamoto (Professor of Sociology, Indiana University and Visiting Scholar, Russell Sage Foundation)
Paper 1: Boundary Claims and the Emergence of New Categories: Asian and Hispanic Panethnicity Compared

Presenter 2: Dialika Sall (PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology, Columbia University)
Paper 2: Ethno-Raciality, Religion, & West African Immigrant Youth

Monday, October 23

Presenter 1: Maria Abascal (Assistant Professor of Sociology, Columbia University)
Paper 1: Expressing Sensitive Attitudes, or Why Some (Racial) Attitudes are More Susceptible to Social Desirability than Others

Presenter 2: Preet Kaur Virdi (Independent Scholar, School of Oriental and African Studies)
Paper 2: The Dispersion/Diaspora Binary in the Punjabi-Sikh Community: The Socio-Legal Terrain of Transnational Marriage and its Breakdown

Monday, November 13

Presenter 1: Nancy Lopez (Associate Professor of Sociology, University of New Mexico)
Paper 1: What’s Your “Street Race”? Leveraging Multidimensional Measures of Race and Intersectionality for Examining Physical and Mental Health Status Among Latinas/os/x

Presenter 2: Anna P. Hidalgo (Doctoral Student, Department of Sociology, Columbia University)
Paper 2: Academic Networks and the Unequal University

Monday, December 4

Presenter 1: Jennifer Lee (Professor of Sociology, Columbia University)
Paper 1: Who Counts as Asian American? Boundary Formation and the Stereotype Content Model

Presenter 2: Tiffany Huang (Doctoral Student, Department of Sociology, Columbia University)
Paper 2: Investigating the Relationship between Perceptions of Intra-racial and Interracial Commonality Using Experimental Priming

 

*Papers are only circulated to participants of this workshop. If you are not a participant and you would like to request a paper, please contact the presenter directly. If you would like to join, please contact the workshop graduate student coordinators.

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