2021 Notestein Seminars

  • Drivers of Health Inequality in the United States.
    February 9, 2021 @ Noon - Zoom
    Gracie Himmelstein, Ph.D. Candidate, Population and Social Policy Program
  • A Demographer’s Perspective on Long-Term Social Change in the USA Since the 1970s.
    February 16, 2021 @ Noon - Zoom
    Michael Hout, Professor of Sociology, New York University
  • Consensus or Conflict Over Ethnic Classification? Ethnic Categories and Political Attitudes in Bolivia.
    February 23, 2021 @ Noon - Zoom
    Belén Unzueta, Ph.D. Candidate, Sociology
  • Educational Opportunity in America: Evidence from Full Population Data.
    March 2, 2021 @ Noon - Zoom
    Sean Reardon, Professor of Poverty and Inequality in Education, Stanford University
  • How Universal are Population-based Findings on Aging? Cross-national Research with the Mexican Health and Aging Study (MHAS).
    March 9, 2021 @ Noon - Zoom
    Rebeca Wong, Professor of Preventive Medicine and Community Health, The University of Texas Medical Branch 
  • Long-term Dynamics of Health, Well-Being, and Population Change after a Disaster.
    March 23, 2021 @ Noon - Zoom
    Elizabeth Frankenberg, Professor of Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Bent, but not Broken: Toward a Deeper Understanding of America’s Most Disadvantaged Communities.
    March 30, 2021 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Kathryn Edin, Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs
  • Enduring Inequities: Race and Health among US Early Midlife Adults (With a Lagniappe on Add Health Data Collection, Data Availability, and Future Plans).
    April 6, 2021 @ Noon - Zoom
    Robert Hummer, Professor of Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Leah Boustan, Professor of Economics - Streets of Gold: Immigration and the American Dream over Two Centuries - Jennifer Jennings, Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs - Coronavirus and Schools - James Raymo, Professor of Sociology - Mothers’ Employment, Divorce, and Economic Well-being: An Update on Diverging Destinies in Japan - Patrick Sharkey, Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs - Divided: How America Learned to Avoid Its Greatest Challenges.
    April 13, 2021 @ Noon - 300 Wallace Hall
    Flash Seminar, Princeton University
  • Sociogenomics: Some Recent History and a Novel Approach for Examining GxE.
    April 20, 2021 @ Noon - Zoom
    Ben Domingue, Assistant Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Education
  • Dynamics Between Regional Sex Ratios at Birth and Sex Ratios at Prime Marriageable Ages in China.
    April 27, 2021 @ Noon - Zoom
    Wanru Xiong, Ph.D. Candidate, Program in Population Studies