Events and Seminars

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Time
Series
Title
Speaker
25 Jan '21
17:30-18:30
Oxford Intelligence Group
The possibilities of fiction
Claire Smith
26 Jan '21
12:30-14:00
Political Science Seminars
Learning to Love Government? Technological Change and the Political Economy of Higher Education
Carlos Lastra Anadon
26 Jan '21
14:00-15:30
Nuffield Political Theory Workshop
The Cost of Belonging: Universalism vs the Political Ideal of Solidarity
Véronique Munoz-Darde
26 Jan '21
17:00-18:30
Seminar in Economic and Social History
40 Acres and a Mule: Black Americans’ Landholding and Economic Mobility after Emancipation
Marianne Wanamaker
27 Jan '21
13:00-14:00
Graduate Seminars in Economic History
Demographic Change and Development from Crowdsourced Genealogies in Early Modern Europe
Guillaume Blanc
27 Jan '21
16:00-17:30
Sociology Seminar
Sociology Seminar - HT21 Week 2
Nicholas Martindale
28 Jan '21
17:00-18:00
Brave New Year 2021: A virtual get-together with Nuffield alumni
02 Feb '21
12:30-14:00
Political Science Seminars
Thanks For Your Service: The Causes and Consequences of Public Confidence in the U.S. Military
Peter Feaver
02 Feb '21
12:45-13:45
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar (title tbc)
Andy Zapechelnyuk
02 Feb '21
14:00-15:30
Nuffield Political Theory Workshop
Two Concepts of Competition
Shai Agmon
02 Feb '21
17:00-18:30
Seminar in Economic and Social History
The Great Convergence: Mass Education and Skill Premiums in Africa and Asia, c. 1870-2010
Marlous van Waijenburg
03 Feb '21
13:00-14:00
Graduate Seminars in Economic History
Zombie International Currency: The Pound Sterling 1945-1971
Maylis Avaro
03 Feb '21
16:00-17:30
Sociology Seminar
Multiverse Analysis: Advancements in Functional Form Robustness
Cristobal Young
09 Feb '21
12:30-14:00
Political Science Seminars
Political Science Seminar - HT21 Week 4
Victoria Paniagua
09 Feb '21
12:45-13:45
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Market scoring rules in a dynamic Bayesian setting
Benjamin Tereick
09 Feb '21
14:00-15:30
Nuffield Political Theory Workshop
Failed Promises in the Privatization of War
Chiara Cordelli
09 Feb '21
17:00-18:30
Seminar in Economic and Social History
If You Do Not Change Your Behaviour: Managing Threats to State Security in Lithuania under Soviet Rule
Mark Harrison
10 Feb '21
13:00-14:00
Graduate Seminars in Economic History
Compressing Inequality? Labour Power, Regulation, and Microinnovations in American Transport, c.1860-1910
Benjamin Schneider
10 Feb '21
16:00-17:30
Sociology Seminar
Educational institutions and inequality in teacher expectations, and its repercussions for students
Sara Geven
16 Feb '21
12:30-14:00
Political Science Seminars
Institutional Change and the Affordable Care Act
Sukriti Issar and Matthias Dilling
16 Feb '21
12:45-13:45
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar (title tbc)
Caterina Calsamiglia
16 Feb '21
17:00-18:30
Seminar in Economic and Social History
State Capacity, Land Tax, and Tax Evasion: London 1720-1725
Ann Carlos
17 Feb '21
13:00-14:00
Graduate Seminars in Economic History
The global economy and local institutions: inequality across India’s provinces, 1880-1910
Jordi Caum Julio
17 Feb '21
16:00-17:30
Sociology Seminar
Assessing the intersection of categorical inequalities in French workplaces: how class, gender and migrant status shape distinct forms of inequality regimes
Mirna Safi
18 Feb '21
14:00-19:00
Nuffield Political Theory Workshop
Online Conference: The Politics of Egalitarianism
23 Feb '21
12:45-13:45
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
The Strategic Decentralization of Recruiting
Thomas Jungbauer
23 Feb '21
14:00-15:30
Nuffield Political Theory Workshop
Nuffield Political Theory Workshop (title TBA)
Cécile Fabre
23 Feb '21
14:30-16:00
Political Science Seminars
Political Science Seminar - HT21 Week 6
Sunshine Hillygus
23 Feb '21
17:00-18:30
Seminar in Economic and Social History
Imported or Home Grown? The 1992-3 EMS Crisis
Barry Eichengreen
24 Feb '21
13:00-14:00
Graduate Seminars in Economic History
When ‘the state made war’, what happened to economic inequality? Evidence from Pre-Industrial Germany (c.1400-1800)
Felix Schaff
24 Feb '21
16:00-17:30
Sociology Seminar
The Fragile Families Challenge: Estimating the predictability of life trajectories using a scientific mass collaboration
Matt Salganik
02 Mar '21
12:45-13:45
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar (title tbc)
Hervé Moulin