Annual Colloquium Series
The Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work is happy to present current, relevant topics in social science research through the annual colloquium series. This series draws upon the work of faculty and scholars from the University of Dayton as well as other institutions. All presentations begin at noon on Wednesdays and are held in Saint Joseph Hall, Room 413.
The 2016-17 Series includes:
Check this page frequently as new information will be added as soon as it becomes available.
November 2, 2016: Jamie Small, University of Dayton, “Crimes Against Innocence: The Legal Construction of Vulnerability in Child Sexual Abuse Cases.” Learn more >
January 25, 2017: Danielle Rhubart, University of Dayton, “Diverging Destinies: Racial Disparities in Health Insurance Coverage after Medicaid Expansion.” Learn more >
February 22, 2017: Karen Velasquez, University of Dayton, "Transcending Cultural and Linguistic Boundaries: Latino Immigrants in Koreatown, NYC." Learn more >
March 22, 2017: Andy Sawyer, University of Dayton, "Working with Ohio's Removed Tribes." Learn more >
April 19, 2017: Nicole Kaufman, Ohio University, "Religion and Post-Prison Life: Unpacking the Significance of Religion at Non-Governmental Organizations.” Learn more >