Spring 2018 Seminars

Spring 2018 Schedule

Spring 2018 Seminar Series Flyer

Monday, January 22
Racial and Ethnic Inequality in Poverty and Affluence, 1959-2015
John Iceland, Sociology and Criminology, The Pennsylvania State University
Co-sponsored by the Life Course Center
Monday, January 29
Correlates of Police Homicides: A Research Proposal and Preliminary Data
Brian Finch, Sociology and Spatial Sciences, University of Southern California

Monday, February 5
The Narrowing Racial Gap in Drowning Rates Among Males, 1960-2015
Samuel Myers, Jr., Public Affairs

Monday, February 12
Cohort Variation in Selection in Utero: Evidence from California and France
Tim Bruckner, Public Health, University of California - Irvine

Monday, February 19
Complete Count Data and the Age of Mass Migration: Selection and Shocks
Ariell Zimran, Economics, Vanderbilt University

Monday, February 26
Genetics, Gender, and Educational Attainment
Pamela Herd, Sociology, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Co-sponsored by the Life Course Center

Monday, March 5
Young Adulthood for Boomers and Millennials
Wendy Manning, Sociology, Bowling Green State University
Co-sponsored by the Life Course Center

Monday, March 19
Fertility Decline in the Civil Rights Era
Owen Thompson, Economics, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

Monday, March 26
New Developments in Integrated Global Health Microdata
Miriam King, Devon Kristiansen, and Matt Sobek, IPUMS

Monday, April 2
One State, Two Populations, and Two Histories: Swedes and European Earthworms in Minnesota
Lee FrelichEvan RobertsBryan RunckKyungsoo Yoo, and Dave Van Riper, University of Minnesota

Monday, April 9
Sarah Catherine Billups, Sociology, University of Minnesota and Haema Nilakanta, Statistics, University of Minnesota

Monday, April 16
Preventing Violent Encounters Between Police and Young Black Men: A Comparative Case Study
Rhonda Jones-Webb, Epidemiology and Community Health, University of Minnesota

Monday, April 23
The Challenge of Preventing Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia: Where Evidence From Epidemiology Leads and Misleads
Maria Glymour
, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of California - San Francisco

Monday, April 30
Better Together? Couples' Time Use and Well-Being in Encore Adulthood
Sarah Flood, MPC Research Scientist and Phyllis Moen, Sociology, University of Minnesota