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February 12
Xavier Coller (Open University of Spain)
Effects of the Great Recession on descriptive Representation in Comparative Perspective
Claire Moon / London School of Economics and Political Science
Involved in Something: The Social Denial of Atrocities and Victims in Mexico’s ‘War on Drugs
April 22 · CANCELLED
Stanley Bailey / University of California Irvine
Social Stratification by Skin Color in Latin America
Damon Mayrl (Colby College, Maine)
The Dejudicialization of Religious Freedom

Time and Location: 1 pm, Building 18, Room 18.0.A06 except where indicated. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Getafe campus.

February 20
Diego Acosta (University of Bristol)
“Perspectives on the Global Compact on Migration and Latin America”
March 6
May Al-Dabbagh (New York University Abu Dhabi)
“The Construction of Modern Motherhood and Work”
March 20 (Room 18.0.A10)
Patrick Egan (New York University)
“Identity as Dependent Variable: How Americans Shift Their Identities to Better Align With Their Politics”
April 24
Yanfei Sun (Zhejiang University)
“Pre-modern Empires and Religious Toleration”
May 8
Christopher Wildeman (Cornell University)
“What Percentage of Americans Have Ever Had a Family Member Incarcerated? Evidence from the Family History of Incarceration Survey (FamHIS)"

Time and Location: 1 pm, Building 18, Room 18.0.A03 except where indicated. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Getafe campus.

11/05/2018 - 2pm
Mabel Berezin (Cornell University)
“Have the 1930s Returned? The Resurgence of Extreme Nationalism in Contemporary Europe”
Matthias Koenig (Max Planck Institute, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)
“Religious Freedom in International Law: Global Dynamics of Diffusion and Institutionalization”
Hannah Brückner (New York University, Abu Dhabi)
“Wikipedia, Democracy, and Academic Knowledge”
13/04/2018 - 2pm
Bryan Turner (Graduate Center, City University of New York)
“The History of Religious Conflict: Islamophobia, Islamofascism and the Problem of Religion”
25/03/2018 - 1 pm, Building 18, Room 18.0.A06
Robert S. Jansen (University of Michigan)
“Revolutionizing Repertoires: The Rise of Populist Mobilization in Peru”
14/03 y 4, 11 y 25 abril 2018
Peter Stamatov and Sebastián Rojas
Swethaa Ballakrishnen (New York University -Abu Dhabi)
“Just Like Global Firms: Unintended Gender Parity and Speculative Isomorphism in India’s Elite Professions”
Christian Joppke (University of Bern)
“Interculturalism v. Multiculturalism: A War of Words?”
Avi Astor (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
“The Politics of Religious Heritage in Spain”