Sociology Department Events

October 15 - November 14, 2019

Thursday, October 17

Faculty Dialogues: James Doucet-Battle and Jaimie Morse

Sociology@UCSantaCruz faculty members James Doucet-Battle and Jaimie Morse will be in conversation. James Doucet-Battle is an Assistant Professor in the...

Thursday, October 24

The Island in the Middle Sea: Lampedusa, Migration, and the Ripple Effects of Empire

There are lasting connections between Italy’s current crisis of migration and detention and the carceral archipelago of its recent past. Hom interrogates the...

Wednesday, October 30

Works-in-Progress with Luz Cordoba

Join SJRC scholars in the SJRC Common Room for an open discussion of works-in-progress! This is a wonderful chance to engage with one another’s ideas, and...

Wednesday, November 6

Science & Justice Training Program Informational Meeting

The Science and Justice Research Center will host an Informational Meeting on our internationally recognized interdisciplinary Graduate Training and...

Science & Justice Meet & Greet

Please join us on Wednesday, November 6 for a beginning of quarter social hour. In addition to a chance to celebrate the new academic year and enjoy each...

Thursday, November 7

Karen Tice on "Feminist Radical Left Internationalism and Border Crossings to Cuba: The Vexing of Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Political Solidarities, 1960-1985"

Tice analyzes the accounts of women of color and white feminists that were generated by their border crossings to support the Cuban revolution. A wide...

Thursday, November 14

Verona the City of Love and Hate: Struggle to Define City-space and Belonging in the Age of Right-wing Populism

The picturesque setting of Shakespeare’s famous play Romeo and Juliet, the city of Verona is a tourist hub in northern Italy with its rich history, its world...