May 5, 2008

Chris Uggen, Shelly Schaefer, and Colleagues
Design and Early Results from the Minnesota Exits and Entries Project

April 29, 2008

Rob Warren
Panel Conditioning Effects in Longitudinal Social Science Surveys

April 22, 2008

Max Haller (University of Graz)
The State and the Interaction between Class and Ethnic Stratification: Explaining World-
Wide Differences in Inequality

April 15, 2008

Sarah Flood
Scholarly Careers in Criminology: Gender, Cohort, and Institutional Effects

April 8, 2008

Eric Grodsky (University of California-Davis)
The Declining Significance of Race Revisited: Race, Parental Education, and Academic

April 1, 2008

Jeanette Hussemann and Josh Page
The Minnesota Prison Officers Survey Project: A Progress Report
Elaine Hernandez and Rob Warren
The Effects of Macro- and Individual-Level Socioeconomic Status on Child Mortality in
Brazil, 1970 to 2000

March 25, 2008

Duane Alwin (Pennsylvania State University)
Varieties of the Life Course

March 11, 2008

Sadie Pendaz
Cultural Boundaries and African American Views toward African Immigrant Entitlements

March 4, 2008

Carolyn Liebler
Homelands and Indigenous Identities
Changhwan Kim (Minnesota Population Center)
Have Asian American Men Reached Labor Market Parity with Whites? Further Evidence on the Over-Education Hypothesis

February 26, 2008

Kathryn Sikkink (Department of Political Science)
Do Human Rights Trials Deter Future Human Rights Violations?

February 19, 2008

Vania Brightman and Teresa Gowan
Power in Striptease? An Ethnography of Burlesque Performance
Doug Hartmann
Humanism Instead of Human Rights? The Challenge of Beijing 2008 to Olympic

February 12, 2008

Christian Fleck (University of Graz)
Loving and Working: A Comparative View on the Historical Development and Present Use of Social Statistics about Unemployment and Divorce

February 7, 2008 (Thursday)

David Knoke and Emanuela Todeva (University of Surrey)
Porous and Fuzzy Boundaries: A Network Approach to Corporate Diversification

February 5, 2008

Karen Ho (Department of Anthropology)
What the Social Studies of Finance Can Tell Us about Markets and Socioeconomic Inequality

January 29, 2008

Carl Malmquist
Adolescent Parricides

January 22, 2008

Enid Logan
“Rooted in the Black Community But Not Limited By It?: Barack Obama's Presidential Candidacy and the uses of Race in American Political Discourse