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Seminar Series

Seminar: How do Mafias organize?

Violence and murders in three Italian Mafia organizations. Presenter: Maurizio Catino & Discussant: Daniel DellaPosta

Join CSES in an exciting discussion on the way Mafias organize. Professor Maurizio Catino of the University of Mila, Bicocca will present on the violence and murders in three Italian Mafia organizations. Joining the discussion will be Danile DellaPosta, PhD candidate of Sociology at Cornell University. Do not miss this event on Tuesday, November 22, 4:30PM-6:00PM at Uris Hall Room 302.

Lecture: Interethnic Relationships in Contemporary Communities

How does diversity affect in- and out-group solidarity and cooperation. Presented by: Delia Baldassarri, New York University

Join CSES this coming Monday, November 21 on a talk about Interethnic Relationships in Contemporary Communities, where Professor Delia Baldassarri of New York University explains how diversity affect in- and out-group solidarity and cooperation. The talk will be at 3:30PM-5:00PM in Uris Hall Room 302, and there will be a reception afterwards.

Lecture Series

Economic Sociology Colloquium: “Culture, Institutions, and the Decline of the Family in Europe and East Asia”

Mary C. Brinton, Harvard University

Mary C. Brinton is Reischauer Institute Professor of Sociology and Chair of the Department of Sociology at Harvard University. She will be visiting Cornell September 7-10. Brinton’s research and teaching focus on gender inequality, labor markets, economic sociology, Japanese society, and comparative sociology. Her research combines qualitative and quantitative methods to study institutional change and its effects on individual action, particularly in labor markets. Mary  was Professor of Sociology at Cornell from 1998 to 2002.

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