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  • Dr. Allegra Midgette

    Sociology Colloquium, 11/3/2021

    “Did you see that too?” Unpacking the Role of Reasoning about & Exposure to Microaggressions Dr. Allegra J. Midgette, Texas A&M University Prior scholarship has found that U.S. college students of racial and ethnic minoritized backgrounds experience frequent subtle behaviors that communicate negative messages towards their group or themselves as individuals (Nadal et al., 2015; […]

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    Sociology Colloquium, 10/20/2021

    Cycle of Segregation: Social Processes and Residential Stratification Dr. Maria Krysan, University of Illinois Chicago Dr. Kyle Crowder, University of Washington The Fair Housing Act of 1968 outlawed housing discrimination by race. But almost fifty years later, residential segregation remains virtually unchanged. Why does segregation persist at such high rates and what makes it so […]

  • Ann Morning

    Sociology Colloquium, 3/3/2021

    An Ugly Word: Rethinking Race in Italy Dr. Ann Morning, New York University The relevance of race for analyzing and combating social exclusion and stratification worldwide has been a subject of heated controversy. Based on interviews with young people in an aspiring “color-blind” Italy and a United States that has been called “race-obsessed,” we propose […]