Comparative Research Workshop

Tuesdays, 12pm-1:20pm (lunch served)

Fellows Lounge, Grace Hopper Colloge, 189 Elm Street
Workshops begin promptly at noon


Fall 2017 Workshop Schedule and Speakers


September 5, 2017      Welcome Lunch


September 12, 2017      Elisabeth Becker (Department of Sociology, Yale)
Unsettled Islam:  Virtuous Contention in European Mosques


September 19, 2017      Wei Luo (Department of Sociology, Yale)
The Entrepreneurial Organization of Finance:  The Emergence of Family Banking in Southwest China


September 26, 2017      Celene Reynolds (Department of Sociology, Yale)

Aspirational Reference Groups and the Diffusion of Title IX Sexual Harassment


October 3, 2017      Seiko Matzuzawa (Assistant Professor of Sociology, The College of Wooster)
Activating China:  Foreign Influence, the Party-State and Local Entrepreneurship


October 10, 2017      Till Hilmar (Department of Sociology, Yale)
‘Separating the Wheat from the Chaff’:  Economic Crisis and Ties of Trust in the Post-1989 Czech Republic and East Germany


October 17, 2017      Nicholas Occhiuto (Department of Sociology, Yale)
Market Actions and Market Entry:  Transportation Network Companies and Policy Changes in New York City, Chicago, and San Francisco


October 24, 2017      Lawrence Sherman (Wolfson Professor of Criminology, University of Cambridge)
Wilbur Cross Medalist Talk

[Note change of venue:  room TBA]


October 31, 2017      Matt Mahler (Lecturer in Political Science & Sociology, Yale)
TBA


November 7, 2017      Alison Gerber (Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Social and Economic Geography, Uppsala University)
The Work of Art:  Value in Creative Careers


November 14, 2017      Scott Lash (Professor of Sociology & Cultural Studies, Goldsmith’s, University of London)
Polanyi in China


November 21, 2017      Thanksgiving Break


November 28, 2017      James Hurlbert (Department of Sociology, Yale)
Enemies Foreign and Domestic:  War, Rebellion and Sovereignty in the Early American Republic


December 5, 2017      Marissa King (Professor of Organizational Behavior, School of Management, Yale)
The Role of Microaggressions in Status Maintenance:  Evidence from a Health Care Coordination Field Experiment