Social Sciences Brown Bag Lecture Series

The School of Social Sciences invites you to attend its Brown Bag Lecture Series. The bi-weekly series begins September 23 and covers topic ranging from pleasures the pleasures of American adolescence of the early 1900s to law enforcement-related deaths. Bring a lunch and enjoy the presentations on Tuesdays, noon-1 p.m. in Stevenson 2011.

September 23
"Using Ethnography to Explore Bioarchaeology’s Disciplinary Divide" with Alexis Boutin, Anthropology

October 7
“Landscape History of the King Range National Conservation Area, aka the Lost Coast” with Laura Watt, ENSP

October 21
“Instrumentalism and Other Perverse Pleasures of Early 20th-Century American Adolescence” with Don Romesberg, Women’s and Gender Studies

November 4
“Law Enforcement Related Deaths in the US: ‘Justified Homicides’ and the Impacts on Families” with Peter Phillips, Sociology

November 18
“Quantifying Electricity Needs and Benefits in Unelectrified Communities” with Daniel Soto, ENSP