Initiative for the Historical Social Sciences (IHSS)
Tuesday, March 26th, 2:30 PM - 3:50 PM, SBS N320, New Directions in Historical Social Science - "The Big Picture in Migration History, and Why it Matters" Adam McKeown, Columbia University - History Department
Thursday, September 20th, 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM, Humanities Institute
Graduate Student Workshop - "Dissertation Funding for the Humanities & Social Sciences from the SSRC"
Daniella Sarnoff, SSRC
Tuesday, October 2nd, 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM, SBS N-320
"The Jew in the Crowd: Surveillance and Urban Society in Late Medieval Religious Imagery"
Sara Lipton, Stony Brook University - History Department
Tuesday, February 14, 12:50 PM - 2:10 PM, SBS N320
New Interdisciplinary Perspectives - "Why a World of Many Flags: Privateering and the Strange Sovereignty of The Provincial Oriental"
Lauren Benton, New York University - History Department
Wednesday, March 14, 12:50 PM to 2:00 PM, SBS N403
Stony Brook Faculty Workshop- "What can the Arab Revolution of 2011 and the Iranian Revolution of 1979 add to the Comparative Sociology of Revolution"
Said Arjomand , Stony Brook University - Sociology Department
Wednesday, September 28th, 12:50 PM to 2:00 PM, SBS N-320
Faculty Workshop - "The Third World in the Two Germanys: An Entangled History of the Cold War and Decolonization"
Young-Sun Hong, Stony Brook University - History Department
Wednesday, October 19th, 12:50 PM to 2:00 PM, SBS N-320
New Interdisciplinary Perspectives - "Why State Strength and Weakness Persist: The Social Origins of State Power in 20th Century Latin America"
Hillel Soifer, Temple University - Department of Political Science
News & Events
| •Carrie Shandra wins $30k DPR & SSA Emerging Investigator Award
•Arnout van de Rijt and Robert Harrison (IACS) win $38k SBU & BNL Seed Grant
•Catherine Marrone receives Provost's 2013 Outstanding Lecturer Award
•Ian Roxborough receives SUNY Chancellors Award for Excellence in Teaching
•Sharon Worksman, Undergraduate Coordinator, receives SUNY Chancellors Award for Excellence in Classified Service
•Sasha Rodriguez and Vanessa Lynn receive Stony Brook Turner Foundation Summer Research Grants
•Tarun Banerjee and Gianmarco Savio named co-winners of the Sociology Department's 2013 David Street Award for best qualitative and/or theory paper
•Hewan Girma named winner of the Sociology Department's 2013 Rose Laub Coser Award for best theory and/or research paper in gender studies
•Paul Gootenberg, Professor of History and affiliated faculty member in Sociology has been named a Distinguished Professor
|• Jennifer Heerwig joins our department!
• Kathleen Fallon joins our department!
• 2013 Graduate Student Ethnography Conference on April 19th
• Amy Graglia awarded AAUW Dissertation Fellowship for 2013-2014
• Cheryl Llewellyn and Mike Restivo receive 2013 Graduate School teaching awards
|• Zack Almquist, University of California-Irvine, speaks on "Population Dynamics and Network Dynamics: A Holistic Approach" on February 27th
• Jennifer Heerwig, New York University, speaks on "Money in the Middle: Contribution Strategies among Elite Donors to Federal Elections, 1980 - 2008" on March 4th
• Mengxiao Zhu, Rutgers University, speaks on "Motivataions for Self-Assembling into Project Teams: Insights from the Study of Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games (MMORPGs)" on March 6th
• Craig Rawlings, University of California-Santa Barbara, speaks on "Streams of Thought: The Macro-Structure and Micro-Dynaics of Intellectual Integration within a Research University" on March 11th
• Race, Ethnicity, and Inequality Workshop presents Vilna Bashi Treitler, CUNY, "The Ethnic Project: Transforming Racial Fictions into Ethnic Factions", March 14th
• IHSS presents Adam McKeown, Columbia University Dept. of History, March 26th, 2:30 PM, SBS N320
• Michele Lamont, Harvard University, speaks on "Shared Cognitive-Emotional-Interactional Platforms: Markers and Conditions for Successful Interdisciplinary Collaborations" on March 28th
|• Yan Long, University of Michigan, speaks on "Empowering Communities? The Impact of Transnational AIDS Institutions on Chinese Repressive Rule, 1989-2012" on February 4th
• Kathleen Fallon, McGill University speaks on "Does Critical Mass Matter: Women's Political Representation and Child Health in Developing Countries" on February 6th
• Jae-Mahn Shim, University of Chicago speaks on "Coordinating Plural Logics of Action: The Coexistence of Biomedicine and Alternative Medicine"on February 11th
• Shiri Noy, Indiana University speaks on "The World Bank and Targeting in Health Policy in Peru, Argentina, and Costa Rica" on February 13th
• Tarun Banerjee wins NSF Dissertation Improvement Grant
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