DemSem

About

CDE’s weekly Demography Seminar (DemSem) offers presentations of substantive work at the forefront of population sciences. Organized by Jenna Nobles and John Mullahy, associate directors for training, the seminar features lectures by top scholars in the field from across the university campus and beyond.

Schedule

The Demography Seminar usually meets on Tuesdays from 12:15-1:30 p.m. in room 8417 of the Social Sciences Building and is open to all.
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Summer DemSem 2019

Wednesday, May 29th

12:00
Coffee & Introduction, Jenna Nobles

12:15
Panel: Population Science in Critical Perspective
Jordan Conwell, Michal Engelman, Jason Fletcher, Taylor Hargrove, Shaneda Warren Andersen
Moderator: Christine Schwartz

1:15
“Rethinking Research on Families,” Sherry Zhang

2:10
Break

2:20
“Racial Orders and Multivariate Statistics: the Case of the White Supremacist Regression,” Model Mosi Ifatunji (UNC-Chapel Hill)

3:30
Flash Talks
“Structures of Work for Women and Girls in Financially Unstable Families,” Annaliese Grant
“The Duration of Caregiving Life: a Comparative Analysis of Gender Differences,” Ariane Ophir
“A Decade of Restrictive Immigration Laws and their Sociodemographic Impact, Isabel Anadon

4:15
Adjourn

Thursday, May 30th

9:45
Coffee

10:00
“Intersecting Social Inequalities and Health Across Adolescence and Early Adulthood,”
Taylor Hargrove (UNC-Chapel Hill)

11:15
Break

11:20
“The New Borderland: Genetics at the School House Door,” Daphne Martschenko, University of Cambridge & University of Chicago

12:30
Lunch

1:00
Lunch & Flash Talks
“Youth and Adulthood: Understandings across the Life Course in Kenya,” Isabel Pike
“The New Suburb: Multiethnic Racial Residential Integration in the US,”Ankit Rastogi
“Socioeconomic Disadvantage as a Precursor to Contraceptive Stratification,” Kelsey Wright
“Racialization of Daily Time for American Adolescents,” Linnea Evans

1:45
Panel: The Use and Production of Demographic Research
Fenaba Addo, Jenny Higgins, Jennifer Johnson-Hanks, David Long Daphne Martschenko
Moderator: Michal Engelman

2:40
Break

2:45
“Demographic Appearances and Population Reality Jennifer Johnson-Hanks,” (Berkeley)

4:15
Union Terrace for wrap-up refreshment