2010 Notestein Seminars

  • Toward a New Human Population Biology: The Developmental Origins of Inflammation as Case Study.
    February 2, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Thomas McDade, Professor of Anthropology, Northwestern University
  • Veteran Status and Social Mobility for Three Generations of American Men.
    February 9, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Amy Kate Bailey, Post-doctoral Fellow, Office of Population Research, Princeton University
  • A General Panel Model with Fixed and Random Effects: A 'Cost of Motherhood' Example.
    February 16, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Kenneth Bollen, Professor of Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • The Correspondence of U.S. Fertility Intentions and Behavior.
    February 23, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Philip Morgan, Professor of Demography, Duke University
  • Understanding the 'Russian Mortality Paradox' in Central Asia: Evidence from Kyrgyzstan.
    March 2, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Michel Guillot, Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania
  • Joint Families and Stem Families: The Northwest European Family in Comparative Perspective.
    March 9, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Steven Ruggles, Regents Professor, University of Minnesota 
  • Polygyny and the Spread of HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Case of Benign Concurrency.
    March 23, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Georges Reniers, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Princeton University
  • The Impact of Test Score Data on Principal Evaluations.
    March 30, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Thomas Kane, Professor of Education and Economics, Harvard University
  • Monitoring and Evaluating U.S. Government Assistance for Orphans and Vulnerable Children.
    April 6, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Thomas Pullum, Professor of Sociology, University of Texas at Austin
  • Judicialization and the Right to Health in Brazil.
    April 13, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Joseph Amon, Director Health and Human Rights
  • Politics and Policymaking in America's "New Immigrant Destinations".
    April 20, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Kevin O'Neil, Ph.D. Candidate, Woodrow Wilson School
  • Mexicans in America.
    April 27, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Duncan Thomas, Professor of Economics, Duke University
  • Peer Effects in Technology Adoption and Impacts Of Menstruation on Education: Evidence from Nepal.
    September 21, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Emily Oster, Professor, University of Chicago
  • Women's Economic Resources and Bargaining in Marriage: Does Egyptian Women's Status Depend on Earnings or Marriage Payments?
    September 28, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Rania Salem, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Sociology
  • Mortality in U.S. Prison and Parole Populations.
    October 5, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Evelyn Patterson, Professor of Sociology, Vanderbilt University
  • Post-Modern Segregation: Patterns, Causes, and Consequences in the 21st Century.
    October 12, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Douglas Massey, Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Princeton University
  • Early Life Family and Socioeconomic Conditions and Cause-Specific Mortality in Finland.
    October 19, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Irma Elo, Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania
  • Neighborhood Immigration and Native Out-Migration: A New Age of White (and Black) Flight?
    October 26, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Kyle Crowder, Professor of Sociology, University of North Carolina 
  • The demographic origins and impacts of local anti-immigration policies.
    November 9, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Kevin O'Neil, Ph.D. Candidate, Woodrow Wilson School
  • Action, People. Or, What We Could be Moving Toward in Thinking about Causation in the Population Sciences.
    November 16, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Herbert Smith, Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania
  • Turning Points: Variation in Depression Trajectories in Later Life.
    November 23, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Stacie Carr, Ph.D. Candidate, Woodrow Wilson School
  • The Changing Role of Education in the AIDS Crisis.
    November 30, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Christina Paxson, Professor of Economics and Public Affairs and Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University
  • Teaching to the Test and the Racial Achievement Gap in American Education.
    December 7, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Jennifer Jennings, Professor of Sociology, New York University
  • Reducing Serious Infection Following Medical Abortion.
    December 14, 2010 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    James Trussell, Charles and Marie Robertson Professor of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University