Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Spring 2009 speaker list

A great list of visiting scholars and brown bag presentations compiled by Pilar. The fun starts tomorrow when Bill Fletcher presents at the Havens Center....



  • Feb 25, Wednesday – 4pm
    Bill Fletcher, American Federation of Gov’t Employees “Strangers in a Strange Land: African American-Immigrant Tensions and the Potential for Utility in the 21st Century
    Havens Center Spring 2009 Visiting Scholars Program – 8417 Sewell Social Sciences Building

  • Feb 27, Friday – 12:15pm
    Mytoan Nguyen, “Diasporic Return Migration in Contemporary Vietnam”
    Sociology of Economic Change and Development – 8108 Sewell Social Science Building

  • March 10, Tuesday – 4pm
    Ethel Brooks, Department of Sociology Rutgers University “Production, Reproduction and Citizenship in Transnational Perspective”
    Havens Center Spring 2009 Visiting Scholars Program – 5243 Humanities

  • March 24, Tuesday – 4pm
    Gary Segura, Department of Political Science Standford University “Latino Political Incorporation and an Emerging Democratic Majority? Latinos in the 2008 Presidential Election”
    Havens Center Spring 2009 Visiting Scholars Program – 206 Ingraham Hall

  • March 25, Wednesday – 4pm
    Gary Segura, Department of Political Science Standford University “Immigration and Its Discontents: Evaluating the Cultural, Political and Economic Arguments about Latin American Immigration on Their (De)Merits”
    Havens Center Spring 2009 Visiting Scholars Program – 8417 Sewell Social Science Building

  • March 25, Thursday – 12:30pm
    Gary Segura, Department of Political Science Standford University – Open Seminar
    Havens Center Spring 2009 Visiting Scholars Program – 8108 Sewell Social Science Building

  • April 7, Tuesday – 4pm
    Jorge Duany, Department of Sociology and Anthropology University of Puerto Rico, “The Puerto Rican Diaspora: Changing Settlement Patterns and Cultural Identities”
    Havens Center Spring 2009 Visiting Scholars Program – 206 Ingraham

  • April 8, Wednesday – 4pm
    Jorge Duany, Department of Sociology and Anthropology University of Puerto Rico, “The Dominican Diaspora: A Transnational Perspective”
    Havens Center Spring 2009 Visiting Scholars Program – 8417 Sewell Social Science Building

  • April 9, Thursday – 12:30pm
    Jorge Duany, Department of Sociology and Anthropology University of Puerto Rico – Open Seminar
    Havens Center Spring 2009 Visiting Scholars Program – 8108 Social Science

  • April 13, Monday – Noon
    Mytoan Nguyen, “Diasporas and Economic Transformation: Ethnic Returenees in Vietnam 1988 to 2008”
    Race and Ethnicity Training Seminar – 3470 Social Science

  • April 14, Tuesday – 4pm
    Marc Rodriguez, History and Law at Uniersity of Notre Dame, “The Tejano Diaspora in Action: Texas, Wisconsin, and the Civil and Labor Rights Movement of the 1960s”
    Havens Center Spring 2009 Visiting Scholars Program – 206 Ingraham

  • April 15, Wednesday – 11am
    Marc Rodriguez, History and Law at Uniersity of Notre Dame – Open Seminar
    Havens Center Spring 2009 Visiting Scholars Program – 5243 Humanities

  • April 15, Wednesday – 4pm
    Marc Rodriguez, History and Law at Uniersity of Notre Dame, “The Jury Right in Comparative Context: Reconsidering Hernandez v. Texas”
    Havens Center Spring 2009 Visiting Scholars Program – 7200 Law School

  • April 28, Tuesday – 4pm
    Juan Flores, Latino Studies, New York University, “Coming Home to Roost: Rethinking Diaspora and Cultural Remittances”
    Havens Center Spring 2009 Visiting Scholars Program – 206 Ingraham

  • April 29, Wednesday – 4pm
    Juan Flores, Latino Studies, New York University, “Caribeño Counterstream: Puerto Rican, Dominican and Cuban Diasporas on the Move”
    Havens Center Spring 2009 Visiting Scholars Program – 8417 Sewell Social Science Building

  • April 30, Thursday – 12:20pm
    Juan Flores, Latino Studies, New York University – Open Seminar
    Havens Center Spring 2009 Visiting Scholars Program – 8108 Sewell Social Science Building

  • May 1, Friday –
    Mytoan Nguyen, “Diasporic Return Migration in Contemporary Vietnam”
    Center for Southeast Asian Studies Forum –

  • May 4, Monday – Noon
    Robert Courtney Smith, Immigration Studies and Public Affairs at Baruch College, CUNY, “Horatio Alger Lives in Brooklyn…But Check His Papers”
    Race and Ethnicity Training Seminar – 3470 Social Science


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