College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
This event is also part of the the Basque Inaugural Symposium sponsored by the department of Anthropology. William Douglass founded the Basque studies program and has had a long career of both ethnographic and historical work tracing the demographic patterns, economic causes and lived experience of Basque migration across the world.
September 26, 2016
Campus Center, Hadley Room
Anthropologist Caroline Brettell, an internationally recognized immigration expert, discusses how the technology boom affects immigration, trends of new immigration gateway cities such as Dallas, Atlanta and Minneapolis and the challenges of women immigrants.
September 27, 2016
Campus Center, 805
Harvard University labor economist George Borjas will discuss main arguments from his book “We Wanted Workers: Unraveling the Immigration Narrative” as part of a panel for the Social Science Matters speaker series on Migration.
September 29, 2016
Goodell Hall, Bernie Dallas Room
Claire Wardle, former communications director for UNHCR U.S., will give a lecture on "Advocacy and Communication Technology" as part of the Social Science Matters Series on Migration.
October 25, 2016
Integrative Learning Center, 3rd Floor Communication Hub
Giovanna Dell'Orto will present as part of the Social Science Matters speaker series on Migration.
November 10, 2016
Integrative Learning Center, Communication Hub, 3rd Floor
Professor Nilanjana Dasgupta, of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences will present her talk, “STEMing the Tide: How Female Professors and Peers Can Encourage Young Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.”