Upcoming Seminars

TBA
Student Session
Open to students registered to receive credit for the seminar (SOC WL 556). Meet other students and West Coast Poverty Center Faculty affiliates who are studying issues related to poverty and inequality
 

Friday, January 6th
Author Meets Critic: From High School to College: Gender, Immigrant Generation and Race-Ethnicity
Featuring CHARLES HIRSCHMAN
, Sociology, University of Washington and MARK LONG, Public Policy and Governance, University of Washington
12:30-1:30 p.m. Communications Building, Room 120
*Co-sponsored with CSDE*

 

Monday, January 9th
"New Logics of Homeless Seclusion: The Roots and Implications of Tent Cities"
CHRIS HERRING,
Sociology, University of California at Berkeley
12:30-1:30 p.m. Peterson Room, Allen Library, Room 485
*Q&A until 2:00 p.m*

Monday, January 23rd
"Early Child Development and Parenting Practice among Ethnically Diverse Low-Income Families"
SOOJIN OH PARK
, Education, University of Washington
12:30-1:30 p.m. Peterson Room, Allen Library, Room 485
*Q&A until 2:00 p.m*

Monday, February 6th
"Rental Market Discrimination and the Housing Choice Voucher Program"
KATHLEEN MOORE
, Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Washington
12:30-1:30 p.m. Peterson Room, Allen Library, Room 485
*Q&A until 2:00 p.m*

Monday, February 13th
"We are Homeless Not Helpless: Voices from Inside a Tent Encampment"
KAREN SNEDKER
, Sociology, Seattle Pacific University
12:30-1:30 p.m. Peterson Room, Allen Library, Room 485
*Q&A until 2:00 p.m*

View the Seminar Archive to learn about past presentations.