The workshop meets regularly on Fridays during term to discuss precirculated papers. The papers represent the cutting edge of scholarship at the interface between historically-inflected work in the humanities and the social sciences. Each workshop will begin with the response from an affiliated graduate student, to be followed by free-ranging discussion.
Fall 2019 Workshops
11:30-1:00 PM , Rosenkranz 241
Light lunch served from 11:30 AM
Carlos Hernandez, Graduate Student in History, Yale University.
“Building the Tourist City: Pioneros and Pioneras in an Island of Immigrants, ca. 1970-1975’”
Chloe Sariego, Graduate Student in Sociology, Yale University.
“Reproducing the Nation: Immigration and Reproductive Control in Madrigal v. Quilligan and Azar v. Garza”
Huseyin Rasit, Graduate Student in Sociology, Yale University.
“Competing Revolutionaries: Legitimacy and Leadership in Revolutionary Situations”
Arthur Spirling, Professor of Politics and Data Science, New York University.
“An Introduction to Analyzing Political Texts”
November 22 [Chicago]
The Future of Comparative Historical Sociology?