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  • Our Stories | Division of the Social Sciences
    Teaching Awards The First Annual DataViz Challenge Names Two Winners Research Reprieve How a Break from Teaching Stimulates Research Lars Hansen Doing Something Without Doing Everything The Think Tank Dispatches Neuroscience from the Lab to the Neighborhood University Names Saieh Hall for Economics in Honor of Donation 3CT to Host Teach In on the Indian Elections May 21 Collegium Spring Conference Many Hands of the State May 15 17 Alumna Catherine Mansell Explores Secret Book by Leader of the Mexican Revolution Night Owls Unlike Early Birds Tend to be Unmarried Risk Takers Brain Scans Link Concern for Justice with Reason Not Emotion Research Shows Quality Early Childhood Programs Help Prevent Adult Chronic Disease Program on Global Environment Shapes National Green Restaurant Certification Anthropologist Megan Edwards Explores the True Irish Spirit Husband s Health and Attitude Loom Large for Happy Long term Marriages Survey Lab s Martha Van Haitsma PhD 94 Receives Prestigious Leadership Award Gesturing with hands is a powerful tool for children s math learning The Future of Urban Research Three Dimensions of City Data Anthropologist Russell Tuttle s Book Shows Apes and Humans Evolved Side by Side Psychology s John and Stephanie Cacioppo Love on the Brain Historian Dana Rovang Explores the Odd Partnership of Science and Magic Sociologist Kate Cagney Publishes Study Showing Impact of Foreclosure on Depression Neubauer Collegium s 2014 Research Projects Tackle Complex Global Questions UChicago Economist James Heckman s Research Helps Shape Early Education Policy Major Gift Funds Research on the Path from School to Work Reflections on Wisdom in Education ECON 42800 Creativity New Course Winter 2014 Anthropologist Gabriella Coleman Studies an Elusive Tribe Computer Hackers US China Policy Reaches Delicate Phase Scholars Say Smithsonian s History of America in 101 Objects by Richard Kurin MA 74 PhD 81 includes wine by Warren Winiarski AM 62 James Evans Let Knowledge about Knowledge Grow from More to More Social Scientists Top the List of this Year s Fulbright Hays Fellowship Winners Faculty Host Reading to Commemorate 150 Years since Lincoln Delivered the Gettysburg Address Chris Dingwall PhD Candidate in History Curates Art Exhibit Exploring Race and Consumer Culture History 32906 Thinking Total War Psychologist Daniel Casasanto Our Body and Our Language Shape How We Think Brodie Fischer on Creating New Narratives Urban Poverty in Latin America Sociologist Donald Levine Receives Lifetime Achievement Award for Interpretation of Simmel Lars Peter Hansen Dept of Economics wins Nobel Prize for Trendspotting in Asset Markets Lars Peter Hansen Dept of Economics wins Nobel Prize for Trendspotting in Asset Markets The Why Axis Hidden Motives and the Undiscovered Economics of Everyday Life Siberian Hamsters Show What Helps Make Seasonal Clocks Tick Division of the Social Sciences Celebrates the Launch of the Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society Culture Remixed Professor Jennifer Cole Explores Marriages Between Frenchmen and Malagasy Women Psychology 43550 Gesture New Course Winter 2014 Collegium Project Explores Organized Power and the Democratic State Encounter with Ronald Coase the Accidental Economist Jason Bruck PhD 13 discovers dolphins

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  • Dialogo Blog | Division of the Social Sciences
    the Department of Sociology 10 16 15 Chef Whites and Lab Coats Embodied and Formalized Knowledge in the Culinary Arts This talk was presented at the Spring Student Research Conference on May 29th hosted by the Emerging Leaders Initiative in the Division of the Social Sciences Chad Borkenhagen is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Sociology 10 16 15 The Missing Men World War I in France 1914 1918 This talk was presented at the Spring Student Research Conference on May 29th hosted by the Emerging Leaders Initiative in the Division of the Social Sciences Victor Gay is a doctoral student in the Department of Economics 10 16 15 The Cultural Psychology of the Irish Economic Recession The Elites and the Unemployed This talk was presented at the Spring Student Research Conference on May 29th hosted by the Emerging Leaders Initiative in the Division of the Social Sciences Seamus Power is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Comparative Human Development 10 16 15 A Gilded Debtors Prison The Policy Imaginary of Fiscal Austerity in the Crisis of the Eurozone This talk was presented at the Spring Student Research Conference on May 29th hosted by the Emerging Leaders Initiative in the Division of the Social Sciences Istvan Adorjan is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Sociology 10 16 15 Home Ownership Dreams African American Residential Relocation Aspirations This talk was presented at the Spring Student Research Conference on May 29th hosted by the Emerging Leaders Initiative in the Division of the Social Sciences Nora Taplin is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Sociology 10 16 15 The Aggregate Implications of Regional Business Cycles This talk was presented at the Spring Student Research Conference on May 29th hosted by the Emerging Leaders Initiative in the Division of the Social Sciences Juan Ospina is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Economics 10 16 15 Psychoanalysis Pedagogy and Politics in Interwar Vienna 1918 1938 This talk was presented at the Spring Student Research Conference on May 29th hosted by the Emerging Leaders Initiative in the Division of the Social Sciences Phillip Henry is a doctoral candidate in the Department of History 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next Research Teaching Quick Contacts Units Getting Started Aura Conflicts of Interest Invention Disclosures UChicagoTech Quick Reference Fact Sheet Starting Centers and Large Projects Arete STEM Resources Funding Federal Opportunities Foundation Corporate Relations Grants gov NIH Commons NSF Fastlane Research Resources Animal Subjects Biosafety Book a Group Study Room Center for Decision Research Human Subjects Research Administration Seminary Co op Bookstore Survey Data Computational Resources Social Sciences Computing Center for Research Informatics Computation Institute Geographical Information Systems Humanities Research Computing Library Research Computing Center Solution Center Partners National Opinion Research Center Chapin Hall National Bureau of Economic Research Argonne National Laboratory Contacts Dean s Office VP for Research Close Window Getting Started Center for Teaching and Learning Chalk Course Packets Coursebook Ordering Deadlines Faculty Access Library Reserves Time Schedules

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  • Submit News | Division of the Social Sciences
    to support this news item please upload it here Submit Research Teaching Quick Contacts Units Getting Started Aura Conflicts of Interest Invention Disclosures UChicagoTech Quick Reference Fact Sheet Starting Centers and Large Projects Arete STEM Resources Funding Federal Opportunities Foundation Corporate Relations Grants gov NIH Commons NSF Fastlane Research Resources Animal Subjects Biosafety Book a Group Study Room Center for Decision Research Human Subjects Research Administration Seminary Co op Bookstore Survey Data Computational Resources Social Sciences Computing Center for Research Informatics Computation Institute Geographical Information Systems Humanities Research Computing Library Research Computing Center Solution Center Partners National Opinion Research Center Chapin Hall National Bureau of Economic Research Argonne National Laboratory Contacts Dean s Office VP for Research Close Window Getting Started Center for Teaching and Learning Chalk Course Packets Coursebook Ordering Deadlines Faculty Access Library Reserves Time Schedules Contacts Dean of Students Collegiate Division Master Classroom Issues Academic Technologies A V Equipment Book a Group Study Room Room Requests Solution Center Social Sciences Computing Student Issues Disability Accommodation Protocol SSD Disability Coordinator Counseling English Language Institute Harassment Plagiarism Cheating Libraries Bookstores University of Chicago Library Chicago Public Library Newberry Library Seminary Co op Bookstore University of Chicago Bookstore Close Window Departments Anthropology Comp Hum Development Economics History Political Science Psychology Social Thought Sociology CHSS MA Programs Collegiate Division Offices Office of the Dean Faculty Affairs Graduate Students Undergraduates Prospective Students Alumni Relations Staff Issues Functions Business Services Communications Desktop Support Facilities Faculty Search Human Resources Grants Mailroom Payroll Photocopying Procurement Research Support Room Reservations Other University Bursar Campus Life Civic Engagement Housing IT Services Laboratory Schools Library News Office Ombudsperson Registrar Research Administration Tech Transfer Research Computing Close Window Departments Anthropology Comparative Human Development Economics History Political Science Psychology Social Thought Sociology programs Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science International

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  • Tools | Division of the Social Sciences
    at rlbasick uchicago edu or call to discuss 773 834 47955 Distribution Opportunities If you already have produced multimedia assets and are interested in expanding their impact and reach please contact Renee Basick at rlbasick uchicago edu or call 773 834 7955 Here is a short list of distrubution parters UChicago MindOnline YouTubeEDU Division of the Social Sciences UChicago UChicago iTunes U Channel NSF Knowledge Network Science360 Chicago Access Network Television Media Training If you are interested in improving your interaction with reporters we can set up media training to help you with controlling interviews fielding sensitive questions appearance dress tips and on air delivery It s an excellent way to prepare for announcements publications or awards or to be an expert contributor We can also customize the session to specific topics research news events Request media training Research Teaching Quick Contacts Units Getting Started Aura Conflicts of Interest Invention Disclosures UChicagoTech Quick Reference Fact Sheet Starting Centers and Large Projects Arete STEM Resources Funding Federal Opportunities Foundation Corporate Relations Grants gov NIH Commons NSF Fastlane Research Resources Animal Subjects Biosafety Book a Group Study Room Center for Decision Research Human Subjects Research Administration Seminary Co op Bookstore Survey Data Computational Resources Social Sciences Computing Center for Research Informatics Computation Institute Geographical Information Systems Humanities Research Computing Library Research Computing Center Solution Center Partners National Opinion Research Center Chapin Hall National Bureau of Economic Research Argonne National Laboratory Contacts Dean s Office VP for Research Close Window Getting Started Center for Teaching and Learning Chalk Course Packets Coursebook Ordering Deadlines Faculty Access Library Reserves Time Schedules Contacts Dean of Students Collegiate Division Master Classroom Issues Academic Technologies A V Equipment Book a Group Study Room Room Requests Solution Center Social Sciences Computing Student Issues Disability Accommodation Protocol SSD Disability Coordinator

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  • Peaceful Nuclear Innovation in the Andes | Division of the Social Sciences
    if its presence might help explain some of the differences between Argentina s and Brazil s nuclear energy policies and infrastructure While I did not find the kind of historical documentation I sought about the life and alumni of the Institute I was able to interview Norma Badino one of the authors of a book published this year on Balseiro s life and pioneering role in Argentine physics education She was invaluable in answering some of the questions I had after reading the book and in pointing me toward another potential source of information on the mid 1970s founding of the second organization of interest to me INVAP an aerospace chemical nuclear engineering company with an international reputation and presence At INVAP I enjoyed a personal tour given by an ex president of CNEA Eduardo Santos Mr Santos spoke to me for almost two hours about the history of INVAP and its current projects I saw mock ups of satellites being constructed in cavernous spaces behind spotless windows all bearing a no photography sign in their corners and was astounded by the complexity and size of the facilities that 1 500 full time workers call home Mr Santos invited me to an interview specifically on nuclear matters the following week at the CNEA headquarters the third institution of interest to me on this trip and the one at which I spent the most time The library at CNEA a sparkling building still bearing its shiny 2013 founding plaque and a brisk one mile walk along the lake from the small cabin in which I stayed holds a wealth of technical information on Argentina s nuclear development as well as the Master of Science theses of graduates of the Instituto Balseiro I spent days photographing various planning documents books unavailable outside the highly specialized context of that library and certainly outside Argentina and any evidence of Brazilian or Argentine scientists working to enrich the body of nuclear knowledge either in South America or at international organizations like the IAEA It s not what you know it s who you know is an especially true maxim in Latin America and I am grateful beyond measure for the people in Bariloche who helped me to have so much more documentation and information for my dissertation i e what I know than I did just one month ago my primary academic host Raúl Barrachina the librarian at the Biblioteca Leo Falicov Christina Martínez Eduardo Santos who granted me two long interviews and shared parts of his personal archive with me and interviewees Norma Badino in Bariloche and Diego Hurtado in Buenos Aires In short my month in Bariloche was absolutely fundamental to understanding key parts of Argentina s nuclear history and I am grateful to the Social Sciences Division for its support of my research Chris Dunlap is a doctoral candidate in the Department of History Department History Tags Argentina Bariloche Nuclear Energy CNEA Andes kpollock s blog Log in to post comments Research

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  • Learning to Listen: Knowledge of Value in the Sound Culture Industry | Division of the Social Sciences
    Contacts Units Getting Started Aura Conflicts of Interest Invention Disclosures UChicagoTech Quick Reference Fact Sheet Starting Centers and Large Projects Arete STEM Resources Funding Federal Opportunities Foundation Corporate Relations Grants gov NIH Commons NSF Fastlane Research Resources Animal Subjects Biosafety Book a Group Study Room Center for Decision Research Human Subjects Research Administration Seminary Co op Bookstore Survey Data Computational Resources Social Sciences Computing Center for Research Informatics Computation Institute Geographical Information Systems Humanities Research Computing Library Research Computing Center Solution Center Partners National Opinion Research Center Chapin Hall National Bureau of Economic Research Argonne National Laboratory Contacts Dean s Office VP for Research Close Window Getting Started Center for Teaching and Learning Chalk Course Packets Coursebook Ordering Deadlines Faculty Access Library Reserves Time Schedules Contacts Dean of Students Collegiate Division Master Classroom Issues Academic Technologies A V Equipment Book a Group Study Room Room Requests Solution Center Social Sciences Computing Student Issues Disability Accommodation Protocol SSD Disability Coordinator Counseling English Language Institute Harassment Plagiarism Cheating Libraries Bookstores University of Chicago Library Chicago Public Library Newberry Library Seminary Co op Bookstore University of Chicago Bookstore Close Window Departments Anthropology Comp Hum Development Economics History Political Science Psychology Social Thought Sociology CHSS MA Programs Collegiate Division Offices Office of the Dean Faculty Affairs Graduate Students Undergraduates Prospective Students Alumni Relations Staff Issues Functions Business Services Communications Desktop Support Facilities Faculty Search Human Resources Grants Mailroom Payroll Photocopying Procurement Research Support Room Reservations Other University Bursar Campus Life Civic Engagement Housing IT Services Laboratory Schools Library News Office Ombudsperson Registrar Research Administration Tech Transfer Research Computing Close Window Departments Anthropology Comparative Human Development Economics History Political Science Psychology Social Thought Sociology programs Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science International Relations Latin American Caribbean Studies Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences

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  • Chef Whites and Lab Coats: Embodied and Formalized Knowledge in the Culinary Arts | Division of the Social Sciences
    Quick Contacts Units Getting Started Aura Conflicts of Interest Invention Disclosures UChicagoTech Quick Reference Fact Sheet Starting Centers and Large Projects Arete STEM Resources Funding Federal Opportunities Foundation Corporate Relations Grants gov NIH Commons NSF Fastlane Research Resources Animal Subjects Biosafety Book a Group Study Room Center for Decision Research Human Subjects Research Administration Seminary Co op Bookstore Survey Data Computational Resources Social Sciences Computing Center for Research Informatics Computation Institute Geographical Information Systems Humanities Research Computing Library Research Computing Center Solution Center Partners National Opinion Research Center Chapin Hall National Bureau of Economic Research Argonne National Laboratory Contacts Dean s Office VP for Research Close Window Getting Started Center for Teaching and Learning Chalk Course Packets Coursebook Ordering Deadlines Faculty Access Library Reserves Time Schedules Contacts Dean of Students Collegiate Division Master Classroom Issues Academic Technologies A V Equipment Book a Group Study Room Room Requests Solution Center Social Sciences Computing Student Issues Disability Accommodation Protocol SSD Disability Coordinator Counseling English Language Institute Harassment Plagiarism Cheating Libraries Bookstores University of Chicago Library Chicago Public Library Newberry Library Seminary Co op Bookstore University of Chicago Bookstore Close Window Departments Anthropology Comp Hum Development Economics History Political Science Psychology Social Thought Sociology CHSS MA Programs Collegiate Division Offices Office of the Dean Faculty Affairs Graduate Students Undergraduates Prospective Students Alumni Relations Staff Issues Functions Business Services Communications Desktop Support Facilities Faculty Search Human Resources Grants Mailroom Payroll Photocopying Procurement Research Support Room Reservations Other University Bursar Campus Life Civic Engagement Housing IT Services Laboratory Schools Library News Office Ombudsperson Registrar Research Administration Tech Transfer Research Computing Close Window Departments Anthropology Comparative Human Development Economics History Political Science Psychology Social Thought Sociology programs Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science International Relations Latin American Caribbean Studies Master of Arts Program in the Social

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  • The Missing Men -- World War I in France (1914-1918) | Division of the Social Sciences
    Units Getting Started Aura Conflicts of Interest Invention Disclosures UChicagoTech Quick Reference Fact Sheet Starting Centers and Large Projects Arete STEM Resources Funding Federal Opportunities Foundation Corporate Relations Grants gov NIH Commons NSF Fastlane Research Resources Animal Subjects Biosafety Book a Group Study Room Center for Decision Research Human Subjects Research Administration Seminary Co op Bookstore Survey Data Computational Resources Social Sciences Computing Center for Research Informatics Computation Institute Geographical Information Systems Humanities Research Computing Library Research Computing Center Solution Center Partners National Opinion Research Center Chapin Hall National Bureau of Economic Research Argonne National Laboratory Contacts Dean s Office VP for Research Close Window Getting Started Center for Teaching and Learning Chalk Course Packets Coursebook Ordering Deadlines Faculty Access Library Reserves Time Schedules Contacts Dean of Students Collegiate Division Master Classroom Issues Academic Technologies A V Equipment Book a Group Study Room Room Requests Solution Center Social Sciences Computing Student Issues Disability Accommodation Protocol SSD Disability Coordinator Counseling English Language Institute Harassment Plagiarism Cheating Libraries Bookstores University of Chicago Library Chicago Public Library Newberry Library Seminary Co op Bookstore University of Chicago Bookstore Close Window Departments Anthropology Comp Hum Development Economics History Political Science Psychology Social Thought Sociology CHSS MA Programs Collegiate Division Offices Office of the Dean Faculty Affairs Graduate Students Undergraduates Prospective Students Alumni Relations Staff Issues Functions Business Services Communications Desktop Support Facilities Faculty Search Human Resources Grants Mailroom Payroll Photocopying Procurement Research Support Room Reservations Other University Bursar Campus Life Civic Engagement Housing IT Services Laboratory Schools Library News Office Ombudsperson Registrar Research Administration Tech Transfer Research Computing Close Window Departments Anthropology Comparative Human Development Economics History Political Science Psychology Social Thought Sociology programs Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science International Relations Latin American Caribbean Studies Master of Arts Program in the Social Sciences Middle

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