Spring 2023 Schedule

Jan. 24: Laura Adler (Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Yale School of Management) The Paradox of Individual Equity: How Employers Explain the Fairness of Unequal Pay

Jan. 31: Nick Wilson (Associate Professor of Sociology, Stony Brook University) Canons, Colleges, and Consecration: Structures of Coherence in a Fragmented Discipline

Feb. 7: Sopia Lindmar (Sociology, Yale) Resisting Rearticulation: A Critical Race Approach to Educational Backlash during COVID-19 

Feb. 14: Tad Skotnicki (Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of North Carolina, Greensboro) Beyond the Autonomy of Culture

Feb. 21: Jan Fuhse (Interim Professor of Sociology, the University of BremenSocial Networks of Meaning and Communication

Feb. 28: Ruth Braunstein (Associate Professor, Sociology, U-Conn)

Mar. 7: Matty Lichtenstein (Postdoctoral Fellow in International and Public Affairs, Brown University)


Mar. 28: Jeff Sachs (Sociology, Yale) Status, Embeddedness, and Group Affiliation: How Peer Communities Shape the Television Production Industry, 1948-2010.

Apr. 4: Chloe Sariego (Sociology, Yale) Legal Approaches to Transgender Reproductive Rights in the United States

Apr. 11: Phil Gorski (Sociology, Yale) The Fragmentation of the Sacred: An Alternative Narrative of Western Modernity

Apr. 18: Rene Almeling (Professor of Sociology, Yale) The Politics of “Male” Reproductive Health

Apr. 25: Lauren Rivera (Professor of Management & Organizations, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University) NB: Different time and location: 11:35-12:50, 4210 Isaacson, Yale School of Management

May 2: Sandra Okonofua (Sociology, Yale) Where the Money Resides: School District Financial Decision-Making in the Wake of Federal COVID Relief