Puck Seminars take place on Wednesdays from 12:30-1:50 p.m. in the Sociology Department Conference Room, #4156.
Spring 2013 Puck Seminar Series
Wednesday, February 20:
Annette Lareau "Schools, Housing Decisions, and the Reproduction of Inequality"
Wednesday, March 6 (Will be rescheduled)
Chris Bonastia "Five Years without Public Education in Prince Edward County, Virginia"
Fall 2012 Puck Seminar Series
Wednesday, September 12:
Harvey Molotch "Some Sociology for Security: Instruments of Command, Openings for Reform"
Wednesday, September 19:
Robert Brenner "The Roots of the Great Recession: Finance and the Real Economy"
Wednesday, October 1:
Michael Hout "Sustainable Opportunity: Financing Higher Education Without State Support"
Wednesday, October 24:
Colin Jerolmack "The Global Pigeon: How Animals Shape the Social Life of the City"
Wednesday, October 31:
Natasha Iskander "The Transformers: Immigration and Localized Tactic Knowledge Development
Wednesday, November 28:
Cynthia Miller-Idriss "The Extreme goes Mainstream?: Commercialized Right-Wing Symbols in Contemporary Germany"
Monday, December 3:
Juan Corradi "Eddies of the World Crisis: The Case of Spain as a Mirror of the Larger Europe"