Working Papers Series

Working Papers Seminar Series 2023-2024: Reconsidering Communities of Care

The experiment of sharing research continues. One or two presenters share original unpublished papers beforehand and two respondents offer insights and reflections. Working papers seminars series are open to the general public upon signing up

Migrant Domestic Workers October 27, 2023 12-2pm ET

Second Working Papers Seminar Series 2023-2024 Communities of Care featuring Valerie Francisco-Menchavez and Grazielle Valentim Figueredo, with commentaries by A. Paul and P. Banerjee

Carcerality & Care. November 17, 2023 12-2pm ET

Third Working Papers Seminar Series 2023-2024 Communities of Care featuring Joseph Hiller and Katie Von Wald . Commentaries by M. Seigel

Queering Care December 1, 2023 10am-12pm ET

Fourth Working Papers Seminar Series 2023-2024 Queering Care featuring Nora Kssner, Tankut and Edward Nadurata. Commentaries by P. Nicoli and P. Sigal

Alternative Care Networks January 26, 2024, 12-2 pm ET

Fifth Working Papers Seminar Series 2023-2024 Alternative Care Networks featuring Jieun Cho, Elizabeth Olson and Leiha Edmonds. Commentaries by Tatjana Thelen and Kim England

Race, Health & Disability February 23, 2024 12-2 pm ET

Sixth Working Papers Seminar Series 2023-2024 Race, Health & Disability featuring Jasper Conner and André Marega Pinhel. Commentaries by Mairead Sullivan and LaTonya Trotter

Working Papers Series 2022-2023

September 16, 2022. 11 am First seminar of the working papers series featuring Samia Akther-Kahn & André Pinhel.Commentaries by Anne Allison & Deborah Jenson Samia Akhter-Kahn, “Unpaid productive activities and loneliness in later life: Results from the Indonesian Family Life Survey (2000-2014)” André Pinhel, “Racial Classification Categories and Health Inequities Studies in Brazil and USA” […]

Working Papers Series 2021-2022

First experiment of sharing research. One or two presenters share original unpublished papers beforehand and two specialized commenters offer insights and reflections. Working papers series are open to the general public upon signing up