Events & Workshops

PSTC affiliates may sign up to meet with our guest speakers for the Colloquia here and the Gender, Inequality, and Empowerment Series here.

February

February 20: Experiences of Combined Substance Use/Prenatal Care Treatment in Western North CarolinaBayla Ostrach, Assistant Professor of Medical Anthropology and Cross-Cultural Practice, Boston University School of Medicine. Gender, Inequality, and Empowerment Series, 12-1 pm, PSTC Seminar Room 205, Mencoff Hall. Add to calendar.

February 22: Mobility Report Cards: The Role of Colleges in Intergenerational MobilityJohn Friedman, Associate Professor of Economics, Brown University. PSTC Colloquium, 12-1 pm, PSTC Seminar Room 205. Add to calendar.

February 23: Contraband Corridor: Making a Living at the Mexico-Guatemala Border, Rebecca Galemba, Assistant Professor, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver. WGAP speaker series co-hosted by the Department of Anthropology and the PSTC. Giddings House 212, Department of Anthropology, 12-1:15 pm. Add to calendar.

February 28: Who Stays? The Shielding Effects of Interpersonal Connections on Forced Displacement in Medellín, Colombia, presentation by Jerome Marston, PSTC Predoctoral Trainee in Political Science. Interdisciplinary Migration Working Group12-1 pm, PSTC Seminar Room 205.

March

March 1: The Retirement and Health Outcomes of Black Migrants Who Moved Out of the South in the Early 20th CenturyCatherine Massey, Assistant Research Scientist, Population Studies Center, University of Michigan. PSTC Colloquium, 12-1 pm, PSTC Seminar Room 205. Add to calendar.

March 5: Human Research Protections Program (HRPP) open office hours. PSTC faculty, trainees, and staff can sign up to meet with Ita Irizarry and Jackie Kocab Galligan, IRB managers who review all submissions to the IRB and are the main points of contact for investigators and students who have questions about what requires IRB review or what should be included in submissions. 11:30 am - 2 pm, PSTC Goldstein Conference Room 206. Signups for 15-minute consultations are available here

March 7: Best Practices for Human SubjectsRepresentatives from the Office of Research Integrity, Jackie Kocab and Ita Irizarry, will discuss the lifespan of a protocol, including why and how ethical principles are applied to human subjects research. All are welcome to attend; required for all first-year PSTC trainees. Please RSVP here. PSTC Seminar Room 205, 12-1 pm.

March 8: Spaces of Segregation and Health: Complex Associations for Black Immigrant Mothers in New York CitySara McLafferty, Professor of Geography and GIScience, University of Illinois. PSTC Colloquium, 12-1 pm, PSTC Seminar Room 205. Add to calendar.

March 15: Adverse Childhood Experiences, Nonmarital and Early Fertility, and Women’s Health at MidlifeKristi Williams, Professor of Sociology, The Ohio State University. PSTC Colloquium, 12-1 pm, PSTC Seminar Room 205. Add to calendar.

March 20: Saving Mothers: Post-abortion Care and the Global Production of Reproductive Health Disparities in Senegal, Siri Suh, Assistant Professor in Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies and Global Studies, University of Minnesota. Gender, Inequality, and Empowerment Series, 12-1 pm, PSTC Seminar Room 205, Mencoff Hall. Add to calendar.

March 21: Interdisciplinary Migration Working Group: Presentation by PSTC Postdoctoral Research Associate Yun Zhou and Lynette Arnold (Anthropology). 12 pm, PSTC Seminar Room 205.

March 22: The Demography of Race: A Comparative Perspective, Tukufu Zuberi, Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania. PSTC Colloquium, 12-1 pm, PSTC Seminar Room 205.

April

April 5: Does Interracial Contact During Adolescence Affect Interracial Relationships in Adulthood? Grace Kao, Professor of Sociology, Yale University. PSTC Colloquium, 12-1 pm, PSTC Seminar Room 205.

April 12: Making and Unmaking Families: Stratified Reproduction, Child Circulation, and Transnational Adoption from China, Júlia Vich-Bertran, Postdoctoral Fellow in Population Studies, Brown University. PSTC Colloquium, 12-1 pm, PSTC Seminar Room 205.

April 19: Population Associate of American (PAA) PreviewFeaturing trainee research to be presented at the PAA annual meeting. 12-1 pm, PSTC Seminar Room 205.

April 20: Love and Disability Otherworlds in Urban India, Michele Friedner, Assistant Professor, Department of Comparative Human Development, University of Chicago. WGAP speaker series co-hosted by the Department of Anthropology and the PSTC. Giddings House 212, 12-1:15 pm.

April 25: Interdisciplinary Migration Working Group: Presentation by Kevin Escudero, American and Ethnic Studies, and Almita Miranda, CSREA. 12 pm, PSTC Seminar Room 205.

April 27: Wanted: Criminalizing Undocumented Individuals in the United States, Denise Brennan, Professor of Anthropology, Georgetown, University. WGAP speaker series co-hosted by the Department of Anthropology and the PSTC. Giddings House 212, 12-1:15 pm.

May

May 3: Posters and Pizza, Featuring research posters presented at the PAA annual meeting. 12-1 pm, PSTC Lobby.

May 16: Interdisciplinary Migration Working Group: Presentation by PSTC Predoctoral Trainees Bryan Moorefield (Anthropology) and Rui Carvalho (Sociology). 12 pm, PSTC Seminar Room 205.

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