Seminars are held on Mondays 1:00 - 2:15 pm, unless otherwise specified. During the 2021/22 academic year, we expect most seminars to be on campus, but some will remain remote to accommodate speaker preferences and allow us to continue hosting distant speakers. For regular email updates on Seminar access, click on the "subscribe" button on this page.
Monday, September 27: Erin Kelly (MIT, Work and Organization Studies) "Overload: How Good Jobs Went Bad and What We Can Do About It"Host: Sarah Thébaud
Monday, October 11:
Monday, October 25: Sonia Bhalotra (University of Warwick, Economics) Host: Kelsey Jack
Monday, November 8: Alan Cohen (University of Sherbrooke, Department of Family Medicine) "What is aging and how do we measure it? Bridging biology and social science perspectives" Host: Mike Gurven
Monday, November 22:
Thursday Nov 11 is a university holiday.
Thanksgiving is Thurs Nov 25.
Monday, January 10:
Monday, January 24:
Monday, January 31: Hiram Beltrán-Sánchez (UCLA, Community Health Studies) Host Erika Arenas
Monday, February 7: Ryan Gabriel (Brigam Young University, Sociology) Host: Liz Ackert
Monday, February 28: Christopher Barrett (Cornell University, Economics) Host: Kathy Baylis
Monday, March 7: Ellora Derenoncourt (Princeton University, Economics) Host: Shelly Lundberg
Notes: Mon Jan 17 and Mon Feb 21 are university holidays
Monday, March 28:
Monday, April 11: Christopher Golden (Harvard, Environmental Health, Global Health and Population) Host: Mike Gurven
Monday, April 25: Hedwig Lee (Washington University in St. Louis, Sociology) Host: Liz Ackert
Monday, May 9: Pamela Paxton (University of Texas at Austin, Sociology) Host: Maria Charles
Monday, May 23:
Notes: Mon May 30 is a university holiday