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  •  Muir and Reisman awarded Fulbright Scholarships | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    pursue their dissertation work next year Ande s work is in Nepal where she will be be based out of Nepal s Chitwan Valley to interview women before during and after their male partner s migration abroad as a labor migrant The aim is to better understand how the significant number of men migrating impacts household practices and gender equality She will be participating in the Chitwan Valley Family Study to target families at different points in the migration cycle and that fit important social patterns established through data analysis for participant observation and interviews Ande s dissertation advisors are Nathalie Williams and Julie Brines Jonathan s work is in Cambodia He will be collaborating with faculty and graduate students from the Population Center at the Royal University of Phnom Penh and work within the framework of a Demographic Surveillance System run by Patrick Heuveline at UCLA He will be assessing the extent to which trauma from the Khmer Rouge genocide is associated with negative intergenerational health outcomes Jonathan will look specifically at how parental experiences of PTSD are related to higher prevalence of child stunting and mortality in Cambodia compared to other countries in Southeast Asia Jonathan s dissertation chair is Sam Clark Great research projects Congratulations to both Ande and Jonathan People Involved Andrea Reisman Jonathan Muir News Category Awards Graduate Students Research Study Abroad Share Print PDF News Topics Alumni Announcements Awards Community Impact Conferences Presentations and Lectures Events Faculty and Staff Graduate Students In the Media Publications Research Study Abroad Undergraduate Students Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/news/2016/03/29/muir-and-reisman-awarded-fulbright-scholarships (2016-04-27)
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  • May 9th talk by Dr. David Nirenberg on "Anti-Judaism Past and Present" | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    History and Dean of the Social Sciences Division at the University of Chicago and author of Anti Judaism The Western Tradition and Neighboring Faiths Christianity Islam and Judaism in the Middle Ages and Today Monday May 9th at 7 00 pm KANE HALL ROOM 220 Ancient Egyptians Greeks and Romans Christians and Muslims of every period even the secularists of modernity have used Judaism in constructing their visions of the world and often in negative ways What does this history of Anti Judaism have to do with how we think about Judaism today Do past ideas about Israel and Israelites affect how we think in the present Nowadays we are often called upon to evaluate political claims about Israel Zionism and Judaism How can we know as we make our ethical decisions in the present whether we are being truly critical citizens of the world or merely acting out of historical habit EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Reception with light refreshments to follow immediately after the lecture SPONSORED BY THE UW DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY CO SPONSORS Jackson School of International Studies Simpson Center for the Humanities UW Departments of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations Comparative History of Ideas History Philosophy UW Hillel Organized by the University of Washington Chapter of Scholars for Peace in the Middle East For contact more information and to RSVP socws uw edu SPONSORSHIP OF THIS LECTURE DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT News Category Announcements Events Share Print PDF News Topics Alumni Announcements Awards Community Impact Conferences Presentations and Lectures Events Faculty and Staff Graduate Students In the Media Publications Research Study Abroad Undergraduate Students Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/news/2016/04/24/may-9th-talk-dr-david-nirenberg-anti-judaism-past-and-present (2016-04-27)
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  • Lee and McCormick's work informs report on economic hardships for families of inmates | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    the Chair Locating the Department Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home News Events Recent News Lee and McCormick s work informs report on economic hardships for families of inmates Submitted by Jerald R Herting on September 22 2015 11 50am Hedy Lee s and Tyler McCormick s work along with colleagues Hicken and Wildeman that appears in the May 2015 issue of Du Bois Review was featured in a general report by the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights detailing the economic hardships for families of inmates The story on the Ella Baker Center report appeared in the New York Times see http www nytimes com 2015 09 16 us report details economic hardships for inmate families html The original manuscript by Lee McCormick and colleagues titled RACIAL INEQUALITIES IN CONNECTEDNESS TO IMPRISONED INDIVIDUALS IN THE UNITED STATES can be found at http journals cambridge org action displayAbstract fromPage online aid 9698785 fileId S1742058X15000065 Important work by our colleagues People Involved Hedwig Hedy Lee Tyler McCormick News Category Faculty and Staff In the Media Publications Research Share Print PDF News Topics Alumni Announcements Awards Community Impact Conferences Presentations and Lectures Events Faculty and Staff Graduate Students In the Media Publications Research Study Abroad Undergraduate Students Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations Nitty Gritty Manual Resources for Graduate Students The Graduate School at UW Featured Courses Course Offerings Graduation Graduation FAQ Student Resources Diversity Research Research

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/news/2015/09/22/lee-and-mccormicks-work-informs-report-economic-hardships-families-inmates (2016-04-27)
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  • Sociology Graduate Students at the 2016 PAA in Washington DC | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Mobility Among Renters from 1970 to 2011 with Kyle Crowder and Brad Foster Nina Cesare paper presentation Examining the Relationship Between Citizens and Police via Twitter in a session titled Race Ethnicity and Place Community Nina Cesare workshop presenter PAA Workshop Social Media and Demographic Methods for IUSSP with Emilio Zagheni Charles Lanfear Kivan Polimis and Joan Ryan Michael Esposito paper presentation Racial Heterogeneity in the Causal Process Linking Education to Health Brad Foster paper presentation Converting Rates Divergent Trajectories Race and Gender Based Stratification in Renters Residential Mobility from 1970 to 2011 with Kyle Crowder and Erin Carll Brad Foster poster session Rooted or Stuck Disaggregating Four Decades of Migration and Mobility Decline in the U S Brad Foster poster session Dominance of the Economic Motive Evaluating Non Economic Theories of Domestic Migration in the U S Ryan Gabriel paper presentation Neighborhood Foreclosures and Residential Mobility with Kyle Crowder Matthew Hall and Amy Spring Christina Hughes paper presentation A Migration Systems Approach to Understanding Migrant Social Capital with Nathalie Williams Prem Bhandari Arland Thornton Linda Young Demarco Cathy Sun and Jeffrey Swindle Charles Lanfear paper presentation Neighborhood Change Formal Social Control Enforcing Racial Social Control through Calls to the Police in Stable Changing Neighborhoods with Tim Thomas and Lindsey Beach Charles Lanfear workshop presenter PAA Workshop Social Media and Demographic Methods for IUSSP with Emilio Zagheni Nina Cesare Kivan Polimis and Joan Ryan Kerry MacQuarrie discussant session on Gender Power Sexual Health and Family Planning Kerry MacQuarrie paper presentation Decision making Context of Early Childbearing and Contraception among Young Married Women in Bangladesh with Nahar Khan and Sultana Kerry MacQuarrie poster session The Influence of Delayed Marriage and Timing of First Sex on Delaying the First Birth in Asia Kerry MacQuarrie poster session The Men Are Away How Women in Bangladesh with a Migrant Husband Manage Fertility Intentions and Contraception with Khan Nahar and Sultana Kerry MacQuarrie poster session Men and Contraception with Edmeades Steinhaus and Head Marie Neumann poster session Evaluating the Sex Ratio Hypothesis County Level Sex Ratios and Nonmarital Fertility for African Americans Michelle O Brien discussant session on Demography and Politics Conflict and Institutions Athena Pantazis discussant session on Methodological Challenges in Fertility and Reproductive Health Research in Low and Middle Income Countries Athena Pantazis paper presentation Social Patterns and Differentials in the Fertility Transition Based on Population Surveillance Rural South Africa 1993 2013 with Brian Houle Chodziwadziwa Kabudula Stephen Tollman and Sam Clark Kivan Polimis workshop presenter PAA Workshop Social Media and Demographic Methods for IUSSP with Emilio Zagheni Nina Cesare Charles Lanfear and Joan Ryan Joan Ryan paper presentation The Impact of Demographic Change on Transfers in the Form of Care and the Associated Well being Joan Ryan workshop presenter PAA Workshop Social Media and Demographic Methods for IUSSP with Emilio Zagheni Nina Cesare Charles Lanfear and Kivan Polimis Victoria Sass poster session won best poster in session Patterns of Racial Ethnic Inequality in Neighborhood Air Pollution Exposure A Multilevel Repeated Measurements Analysis

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/news/2016/04/25/sociology-graduate-students-2016-paa-washington-dc (2016-04-27)
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  • Alexes Harris Receives Arnold Foundation Grant to Study Monetary Penalities | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Contact Us You are here Home News Events Recent News Alexes Harris Receives Arnold Foundation Grant to Study Monetary Penalities Submitted by Jerald R Herting on January 3 2016 5 05pm Professor Harris received a grant from Laura and John Arnold Foundation to extend her work on the criminal justice system and the role of court judicial ordered monetary penalties and fees The nearly 4 million dollar grant allows for a multi site design to extend her original work based on Washington State Alexes was recently invited to the White House along with Professor Hedy Lee to present her work at a DOJ White House panel on monetary sanctions See both stories regarding the new Arnold Foundation grant and the White House conference at the two links below http www washington edu news 2015 12 04 uw project focuses on fines and fees that create prisoners of debt http www washington edu news blog uw sociology professors part of white house doj events on criminal justice reform Congratulations to Alexes People Involved Alexes Harris Hedwig Hedy Lee News Category Announcements Conferences Presentations and Lectures Faculty and Staff Research Share Print PDF News Topics Alumni Announcements Awards Community Impact Conferences Presentations and Lectures Events Faculty and Staff Graduate Students In the Media Publications Research Study Abroad Undergraduate Students Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations Nitty Gritty Manual Resources for Graduate Students The Graduate School at UW Featured Courses Course Offerings

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/news/2016/01/03/alexes-harris-receives-arnold-foundation-grant-study-monetary-penalities (2016-04-27)
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  • Crutchfield and Harris appointed to the Department of Justice Programs Science Advisory Board | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Advisory Board Submitted by Jerald R Herting on July 21 2015 9 55am Alexes and Bob were named to the U S Department of Justice s Office of Justice Programs Science Advisory Board Professor Crutchfield will be the chair of the board s justice system transparency and accounability subcommittee Professor Harris was named to the 25 member board which advises the Office of Justice Programs on research statistics and grant programs For a full story see the UW Today link below http www washington edu news blog two uw faculty members named to justice department science advisory board People Involved Robert Crutchfield Alexes Harris News Category Announcements Faculty and Staff Share Print PDF News Topics Alumni Announcements Awards Community Impact Conferences Presentations and Lectures Events Faculty and Staff Graduate Students In the Media Publications Research Study Abroad Undergraduate Students Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/news/2015/07/21/crutchfield-and-harris-appointed-department-justice-programs-science-advisory-board (2016-04-27)
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  • Admissions | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Admissions Applications Due December 1st Apply Now Questions Email socadvis uw edu The Department of Sociology at the University of Washington has a long history of providing excellent training for the next generation of sociologists As a result we welcome applications for admission to our graduate program We typically receive between 150 and 200 applications each year and enroll a diverse and highly qualified cohort of 12 to 18 new graduate students All admitted students enter our program with the intention to receive a Ph D degree students who have not previously earned a MA degree in sociology or a closely related field complete a MA degree along the way We encourage you to explore our website to learn more about our program and determine whether The University of Washington would be a good place for you to pursue your graduate studies Questions about the department or our admissions process should directed to the Graduate Program Assistant at socadvis uw edu or 206 221 3280 How to Apply Prospective Student FAQ Recruitment Weekend Funding Graduate Education Admissions Statistics Share Print PDF Programs Courses Undergraduate Graduate Program Overview Admissions How to Apply Prospective Student FAQ Recruitment Weekend Funding Graduate Education Admissions Statistics Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations Nitty Gritty Manual Resources for Graduate Students The Graduate School at UW Featured Courses Course Offerings Graduation Student Resources Diversity Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations Nitty Gritty Manual Resources for Graduate

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/admissions (2016-04-27)
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  • Kara Dillard to be panelist at A Public Voice 2016 on May 5th at National Press Club in DC | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    at A Public Voice 2016 on May 5th at National Press Club in DC Submitted by Jerald R Herting on April 26 2016 8 44am Dillard will be panelist at A Public Voice 2016 event Kara is one of four panelists at the Charles F Kettering Foundation s A Public Voice Program at the National Press Club on May 5th The event serves to connect policymakers practitioners and faculty of deliberative democracy to share how citizens are thinking about the question of how should we spread prosperity and improve opportunity In part this invitation stems from her classroom work in Soc270 Social Problems this past winter quarter where she convened deliberative discussion forums with her students on the above question Kara s TA s Carter Merklinghaus and Michele Cadigan were also instrumental in helping the students in the class engage in this deliberation Kara s presentation on the panel will stem from these discussions in her Soc270 class You can watch the May 5th presentation at 10AM 12 EST at https scontent webcaster4 com web apv2016 or follow the Kettering Foundation on twitter and follow the conversation using the hashtag APV2016 People Involved Kara Dillard News Category Announcements Community Impact Events Faculty and Staff Share Print PDF News Topics Alumni Announcements Awards Community Impact Conferences Presentations and Lectures Events Faculty and Staff Graduate Students In the Media Publications Research Study Abroad Undergraduate Students Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/news/2016/04/26/kara-dillard-be-panelist-public-voice-2016-may-5th-national-press-club-dc (2016-04-27)
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