CERSI Workshop

Spring 2022 Workshop

Talks marked * will be held via Zoom.  Link will be included in weekly email announcements.  To be put on the list for weekly announcements contact barbara.ruth@yale.edu.

January 27   Introductory Session

February 3    Pilar Gonalons-Pons, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania: The Care Work System and the Structure of Inequality: Childcare Costs and Family Income Inequality 2008-2018*

February 10    Matt Rafalow, Google and Senior Researcher, Stanford University: Digital Divisions: How Schools Create Inequality in the Tech Era*

February 17   Hua-Yu Sebastian Cherng, Associate Professor of Education, New York University: Educational “truths” as Anti-Blackness: Pipelines for STEM diversity*

February 24    Rashawn Ray, Professor of Sociology, University of Maryland: Bad Apples come from Rotten Trees: Pursuing Racial Equity in Policing*

March 3    Van Tran, Associate Professor of Sociology, CUNY Graduate Center: Racial Discrimination Duringthe COVID-19 Pandemic*

March 10    Theresa Rocha Beardall, Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Washington: Transactional Policing and the Political Economy of Public Safety

March 17    Heba Gowayed, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Boston University: Refuge: How the State Shapes Human Potential

March 24   Spring Recess

March 31   Student Talks: Muhammad Amasha; Sophia Lindner

April 7  Daniel Karell and Grace Kao: How Do I Submit a Paper to a Journal and Respond to Reviewers?

April 14   Suzanne Nichols, Director of Publications, Russell Sage Foundation: “I Want to Write a Book”: Everything You Need to Know to Get Started and Get Published

April 21   Anthony Peguero, Professor of Sociology and Criminology, Arizona State University: Immigration and School Threat?: Exploring the Significance of the Border