Events and Seminars

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Time
Series
Title
Speaker
01 May 18
12:30-14:15
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Immanuel Kant meets Adam Smith and Charles Darwin
Jorgen Weibull
01 May 18
12:30-14:00
Political Science Seminars
When does identity matter for policy change? A theory of descriptive and substantive representation
Dr Ana Catalano Weeks
01 May 18
17:00-18:30
Nuffield Social Networks Seminar
Social Network of Disagreement Among Humans and Among Bots
Taha Yasseri
03 May 18
11:00-12:30
Sociology Seminar
Kinship Effects on Residential Mobility and Residential Segregation in Stockholm
Ben Jarvis
04 May 18
17:00-18:30
Media and Politics Seminar
Populism as a challenge and a threat to media in liberal democracies
Alexander Görlach
08 May 18
12:30-14:00
Political Science Seminars
Everyday War: Monopolizing Violence in Low Intensity Armed Conflicts
Dr Milli Lake
08 May 18
16:30-17:30
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar - TT18 Week 3
Ben Golub
10 May 18
11:00-12:30
Sociology Seminar
Gendered Expressions of Parental Religiosity, Associated Attitudes toward Marriage, and the Timing of Children’s Marriages in Nepal
Sarah Brauner-Otto
11 May 18
17:00-18:30
Media and Politics Seminar
Online disinformation: what do we know, what can we do?
Rasmus Nielsen
12 May 18
10:00-22:00
Spring Day and Donors' Dinner 2018
15 May 18
12:30-14:15
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Information Design in Coalition Formation Games
Sareh Vosooghi
15 May 18
12:30-14:00
Political Science Seminars
Conflict, Institutions, and Public Law: Reflections on Twentieth-Century America as a Developing Country
Margaret Levi
15 May 18
17:00-18:30
Nuffield Social Networks Seminar
The Cultural Evolution of Prestige: A Study Among the Matrilineal Khasi
Matthew Smith and Alexandra Alvergne
17 May 18
11:00-12:30
Sociology Seminar
The causal effects of education on health: evidence from Mendelian randomization and the raising of the school leaving age
Neil Davies
17 May 18
12:30-14:00
Political Science Seminars
Electoral Consequences of Colonial Invention: Chieftaincy and Distribution in Northern Ghana
Noah Nathan
18 May 18
17:00-18:30
Media and Politics Seminar
We can’t handle the truth: race, big data and public policy
Trevor Phillips
22 May 18
12:30-14:00
Political Science Seminars
Partisanship, Organizations, and the Cultural Politics of Protest During Trump’s Presidency
Kenneth Andrews
24 May 18
11:00-12:30
Sociology Seminar
Unequal Families, Unequal Effects: How Parental Divorce Differentially Impacts Children’s Educational Attainment
Jennie E. Brand
25 May 18
17:00-18:30
Media and Politics Seminar
Broadcasters and the international story
Nevine Mabro
29 May 18
12:30-14:00
Political Science Seminars
Political Science Seminar - Trinity Term Week 6
Tom O'Grady
29 May 18
17:00-18:30
Nuffield Social Networks Seminar
Building Bigness: Reputation, Prominence, and Social Capital in Rural South India
Eleanor Power
31 May 18 to 01 Jun 18
09:00-17:00
Symposium on Liberalism’s Religion
Various
31 May 18
11:00-12:30
Sociology Seminar
Sociology Seminar - Trinity Term Week 6
Sonia Bhalotra
01 Jun 18
17:00-18:30
Media and Politics Seminar
Whistleblowing and intelligence
Ewen MacAskill
05 Jun 18
12:30-14:00
Political Science Seminars
Identity as an Institution and the Origins of Ethnic Orders
Thomas Pepinsky
05 Jun 18
12:30-14:15
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Browsing versus Studying: A Pro-Market Case for Regulation
Johannes Johnen
07 Jun 18
11:00-12:30
Sociology Seminar
Of men and microbes: Social determinants of the microbiome
Jennifer Beam Dowd
12 Jun 18
12:30-14:00
Political Science Seminars
The Mass Politics of International Disintegration
Stefanie Walter
12 Jun 18
17:00-18:30
Nuffield Social Networks Seminar
Gender, Network Interconnectedness and Performance: A Construal Approach
Raina Brands
14 Jun 18
11:00-12:30
Sociology Seminar
Reversals, diminishing differentials, or stable pattern? Long-term trends in educational gradients in fertility across the developed countries
Tomas Sobotka