Brownbag Series

School of Sociology Brownbag Series

The School of Sociology hosts a brown bag lunch series of talks every Friday of the Fall and Spring and semesters. Guest speakers are drawn from other University of Arizona departments and from Sociology departments around the country. Speakers focus on recent research, although the focus of research highlighted in the talks varies broadly to engage diverse sociological interests. Talks are held at Noon in Social Sciences Room 415. Speakers take a short break during Q&A just before 1:00pm to excuse those that have engagements at 1:00p. Discussion then continues until approximately 1:15p. See our Calendar of Events or download our Google Calendar for a list of upcoming talks.

 

Previous Spring 2021 Brown Bag Speakers:

 

Jan. 22 -- Erin Leahey and Jina Lee, Sociology, University of Arizona: “What Types of Novelty are Most Disruptive?”

Jan. 29 – Diego Leal, Sociology, University of South Carolina

Feb. 5 – Megan Carney, School of Anthropology, University of Arizona

Feb. 12 – Bin Zhang, MIS, Eller College of Management, University of Arizona

Feb. 19 – Louise Roth, Sociology, University of Arizona, talking on her book, The Business of Birth: Malpractice and Maternity Care in the United States (to be published February 2021)

Feb. 26 – Eunsil Oh, Sociology, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Mar. 12 – Sarah Doyle, Management and Organizations, Eller College, Management, University of Arizona

Mar. 19 – Book forum: Jeff Sallaz and Coey Abramson, discussing Jeff Sallaz’s book Lives on the Line: How the Philippines became the World’s Call Center Capital

Mar. 26 – Michael Hechter, Sociology, Arizona State University

Apr. 16 – Kimberly Huyser, Sociology, University of British Columbia

Apr. 23 – Charles J. Gomez, Sociology, City University of New York, Queens College

Apr. 30 – Roger Waldinger, Sociology, University of California – Los Angeles