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D: 2018 Spring Schedule

Meets on Thursdays from 12:30 – 2:00 pm at the Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, room 5401, unless otherwise indicated.

 Spring 2018 Schedule
DATE SPEAKER TITLE
 8-Feb  Ky Woltering, PhD Candidate, History, the Graduate Center, CUNY Religious Philanthropy to Support Democratization: American Protestant Aid to Germany, 1945-1949
 15-Feb  Workshop does not meet
 22-Feb  Sarah Tansey, Research Manager, Human Rights Funders Network International Funding for Human Rights: Who Are the Donors and Where Does the Money Go?”

Meets in the Sociology Dept, room 6112.01

 1-Mar  Bin Chen, Associate Professor, Marxe School of Public and International Affairs, Baruch College, CUNY Determinants of the Size and Scope of Lead-Organization Networks for Social Service Delivery: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) Approach

Meets in the Sociology Dept, room 6112.01

 8-Mar  International Women’s Day  Workshop Day Off in Observance
 15-Mar  Workshop does not meet
 22-Mar  Zhang Han, PhD Candidate, Sociology, Princeton University Uncovering Authoritarian Rule: Landscape of Collective Action in China from Social Media Data

Meets in the Political Science Thesis Room, 5200.07

29-Mar  Workshop does not meet
 5-Apr  Spring Recess
 12-Apr  Katherine Chen, Associate Professor, Sociology, City College and the Graduate Center, CUNY Bounded Relationality: How Governmental, Human Service, and Advocacy Organizations Create Consumers – and Elicit Relational Work – in the Social Insurance Market

Meets in room 6107

 19-Apr  Amy Schiller, PhD Candidate, Political Science, the Graduate Center, CUNY Philanthropy’s Political Matrix: A Political Theory Treatment of Philanthropy’s Evolution and Present Discourse
 25-Apr Yang Li, Visiting Scholar at Baruch College, Associate Professor, Beijing Normal University, and Director, Center on International NGO and Foundations, China Academy of Social Governance  “Trends in Nonprofit Graduate Studies in China: An Inside Perspective”

Meets at 12:30 in room 308, the Marxe School for Public and International Affairs, Baruch College, 135 East 22nd St.

 26-Apr  Nick Micinski, PhD Candidate, Political Science, the Graduate Center, CUNY

Co-hosted with the European Union Studies Center

Civil Society and EU Migration Management

Meets in the Sociology department, room 6112.01

 3-May  Mark SidelDoyle-Bascom Professor of Law and Public Affairs, University of Wisconsin-Madison; and Consultant (Asia), International Center for Not-for-Profit Law  “China and International NGOs and Foundations:  The New Framework for Control and Regulation in Intent and Practice

Meets in the Sociology department, room 6112.01

 10-May Steering Committee Meeting Planning for Fall 2018

 

 

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