"Bred in the Bone? The Harmful Illogical Leaps of Race Realism and Geneticization" presented by Alan Goodman
Social Science Matters: Perspectives on Inequality—George Armelagos Lecture in Biocultural Anthropology: Alan Goodman
Analysis of the Ethics-Aesthetics-Politics Production of LGBT Characters Exhibited in the Brazilian LGBT Film Festivals from 1990-2010
Fernando Teixeira, Clinical Psychologist in Brazil, will present this analysis put on by the Center for Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies. Free and open to the public!
Transforming Afro-Cuban Neighborhoods in Havana: A Movement for Social and Gender Equity in Community Development
STPEC and CHC co-sponsor a Special Topic Talk in Social Thought and Political Economy.
This workshop is designed to introduce social scientists to the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR). This is a data repository at the U. of Michigan that houses over 500,000 files of publicly available data sets. Topics will include searching for and retrieving data sets and an introduction to preparing one’s own data for deposit into the repository.
CRF Presents "Racial Socialization Processes Among Ethnically Diverse Urban Youth: Development and Education"
Center for Research on Families' Tay Gavin Erickson Lecture Series welcomes Diane Hughes, Ph.D., professor of psychology and co-director of the Center for Research on Culture, Development and Education at New York University. Free and open to the public.
Tovar Cerulli, PhD student, will present his research titled "Hunting Wolves, and Words: A Comparative Analysis of Cultural Discourses Concerning the Gray Wolf in the Western Great Lakes Region."
The Rudd Adoption Research Program presents "New Worlds of Adoption: Launching into Adulthood" conference Friday, April 17, 2015. Ann Masten, Ph.D., Regents Professor and Irving B. Harris Professor of Child Development at the University of Minnesota, will highlight research on resilience in development with a focus on transitions to adulthood. The first presentation submission deadline is Nov. 3, 2014.
Please join us for the November CPPA Faculty Colloquium, featuring Assistant Professor Bruce Desmarais (political science), who will present his recent research in a talk.
The Movement of Formerly Incarcerated Women to End Mass Incarceration.
This course will help NVivo 10 users use queries that allow them to look at their data in smaller, thematically organized groupings. Using queries, users can do second round coding within certain top-level nodes, search for certain types of coding errors, or compare data across cases both qualitatively and quantitatively. The workshop is designed for users who have already coded data in NVivo, but need an introduction to the various kinds of queries available in NVivo. Only open to users with an existing and coded NVivo project file.