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May 19 Alain Blum (Centre d’Études Franco- Russe (Moscow), INED and EHESS (Paris) “Forgotten stories of deportees in the USSR - The multiple lives of a single individual“. June 9 Min Zee Kim (Ewha Womans University) “World Society and Liberalization of Abortion Policy since 1960”. June 16 Clara Portela (Singapore Management University) “(In) effectiveness of sanctions”. June 23 Veronika Siegl (Institute of Social Anthropology at the University of Bern, Switzerland, and visiting researcher at the School of Sociology, HSE) “Altruistic Pragmatism. Social understandings of surrogate motherhood in Russia”.
October 8 Alya Guseva (Boston University) “Generative Rules: The Struggle to Construct Markets for Credit Cards in Bulgaria, China, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Russia, Ukraine and Vietnam”. November 12 Jörg Wiegratz (University of Leeds) “Follow the norm: the routinisation of fraud in neoliberal market societies”.
May 14 Jennifer Flashman (University of Notre Dame) “Friendship Dynamics, Academic Achievement, and Race: A Longitudinal Test of the 'Acting White' Hypothesis”. May 21 Rogers Brubaker (University of California, Los Angeles) “Nationalizing States Revisited”. June 4 Neli Demireva (University of Essex) “Is Co-Ethnic Concentration a Barrier to the Successful Integration of Migrants and Minorities in Britain?” June 18 Salvatore Babones (University of Sydney) “The Global Diffusion of Inequality Since 1970”.
October 16 Steven Hitlin (University of Iowa) “A Semi-Theory of (Fundamental) Moral Sentiments.” November 13 Stephen Mennel (University College Dublin, Ireland) “The American process of civilisation: a sceptical sketch”. November 14 Stephen Mennel (University College Dublin, Ireland) Graduate Workshop: "Power, knowledge and civilisation: Norbert Elias's anti-Kantian sociology". November 20 Arye Rattner (University of Haifa, Israel) “Trust and legitimacy in the legal System. A comparative Perspective”. December 11 Nancy Folbre (University of Massachusetts Amherst) "The Rise and Decline of Patriarchal Capitalism".
April 10 Delia Baldassarri (New York University) “Cooperative Networks: Altruism, Group Solidarity, and Reciprocity in Ugandan Farmer Organizations”. April 17 Daniel Alexandrov (HSE St. Petersburg) “Networks in Classes: Anti-School Culture, Ethnicity and Grades in High School”. April 24 Judith Stepan-Norris (University of California, Irvine) "The Rise and Fall of U.S. Unionism: The Role of Politics and Democracy". May 15 Michael Biggs (University of Oxford) “How Suicide Protest Entered the Repertoire of Contention”. May 29 Oleg Poldin, Dilyara Valeeva and Maria Yudkevich (HSE Nizhny Novgorod / HSE Moscow) "How Student Ties Make Peer Effects Work". June 5 Pamela Oliver (University of Wisconsin, Madison) "The Ethnic Dimensions: Bringing Ethnic Divisions and Conflict to the Center of Social Movement Theory".
September 19 Mikhail Sokolov (EUSP) "Gangs, Specialties, and World-Systems: Applications of the Social Network Analysis to Studies of Academic Life". September 26 Dieter Boegenhold (University Klagenfurt) "Heterogeneity of Self-Employment and Occupational Transformations: Empirical Observations on Service Sector Shifts". October 10 Irina Denisova (NES) "Preferences for Redistribution in Transition Countries". October 24 Jonathan Gershuny (University of Oxford) "Time, Behaviour and Position: Connecting Social Circumstances With Daily Activity". November 21 Stanley Wasserman (Indiana University). TBA December 5 Olessia Kirchik (HSE) "Limits and Strategies for the Internationalization of Russian Economic Science: Sociological Interpretation of Bibliometric Data". December 19 Tatiana Mikhailova (NES) "Gulag, WWII, and the Long-Run Patterns of Soviet City Growth".