Works in Progress Series, Spring 2018

The Center for the Study of Inequalities, Social Justice, and Policy’s

Works-in-Progress Series

Join us! Our Works-in-Progress Series features scholars presenting their new and evolving research projects involving this year’s theme WALLS, MIGRATION, CONFINEMENT AND THE PROBLEM OF MOBILITY. A discussion and Q&A will follow the talks!

When: 1-2:30PM on February 5, March 19, and April 16

Where: The Poetry Center, Humanities Building, SBU

More Infoinequality.studies.stonybrook.edu

February 5, 2018

Logan McBride, “The Racial Geography of New York State Prisons, 1960s-1980s” (CUNY Graduate Center, History, PhD Candidate)

Miranda Saenz, “Dis(ease): Silent Genocide on Native Land” (Stony Brook University, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, PhD candidate)

March 19, 2018

Yalda Hamidi, “Iranian Patriotic Womanhood Confined: Paying the Price for Literary Home Making” (Stony Brook University, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, PhD candidate)

Tim August, “The Best of Both Worlds: Countering Refugee Exceptionalism and Perpetual Forgetting” (Stony Brook University, Cultural and Comparative Literature, Professor)

Giuseppe Gazzola, “Not a Matter of Race, Rather a Matter of Culture: Italians in India, 1871-1914” (Stony Brook University, European Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, Professor)

April 16, 2018

Tiffany Joseph, “The Growing Citizen-Noncitizen Divide: Life Along the Documentation Status Continuum” (Stony Brook University, Sociology, Professor)

David Wiczer, “Occupational Reallocation, Employment, and Earnings Over the Business Cycle” (Stony Brook University, Economics, Professor)