University of Michigan Institute for Social Research

Winter 2014 Seminar Series / ISR - 6050
New Science on Race, Discrimination and the Social Lives of Black Americans
Hosted by Sean Joe
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January 01, 2014
New Science on Race and the Social Lives of Black Americans

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February 03, 2014
Noni Gaylord-Harden
Loyola University Chicago


How do African American Youth Cope with Str ...

 
March 03, 2014


Spring Break - No seminar

 
March 31, 2014
Jeni Kubota
CANCELED


Social Justice Neuroscience

 
January 13, 2014
Sean Joe
University of Michigan


Series Introduction by Sean Joe

 
February 10, 2014
Micere Keels
University of Chicago


College-Educated Nonmarital Fertility: How ...

 
March 10, 2014
Brendesha Tynes
University of South California


A Longitudianal Study of Traditional vs. On ...

 
April 07, 2014
Naa Oyo Kwate
Rutgers University


What Does Racism Look Like?

 
January 20, 2014


Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - No seminar

 
February 17, 2014
Tené Lewis
Emory University


Everyday Discrimination and Cardiovascular ...

 
March 17, 2014
Wizdom Powell Hammond
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Black, male, and blue: Unpacking mechanisms ...

 
April 14, 2014
Enrique Neblett
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Racism and Resilience: Ongoing Application ...

 
January 27, 2014
Robert Sellers
University of Michigan


Racial Identity Matters: The Role of Racia ...

 
February 24, 2014
Lisa Bowleg
George Washington University


"To be a Black Man is an Uphill Battle Ever ..."

 
March 24, 2014
Michael Lindsey
University of Maryland


Eliminating Mental Health Treatment Dispari ...

The Group Dynamics Seminar series is considered one of the longest running seminar series in the social sciences. The original intent was for RCGD senior staff to meet together weekly to maintain an integrated theoretical approach to the various research projects underway and to advance theoretical thinking in several areas. Today the seminar series is open to the entire University community and continues to provide an opportunity for researchers, scholars, staff, and students to meet and learn about new theoretical developments as well as ongoing research activities.