Thursday November 2, 2017
2:00pm - 4:00pm
McKellar Room, University Community Centre
Reception to follow
A lecture by Dr. Michael Hout
Professor of Sociology at the New York University, Hout uses demographic methods to study social change in inequality, religion, and politics. He is co-principal investigator on the General Social Survey (GSS), a long-running NSF project. His current work uses the GSS to study changing occupational hierarchies and social mobility since 1972.
Established in 2016, the goal of the Balakrishnan Distinguished Lecture in Population Dynamics and Inequality, to enhance the excellence in the Department of Sociology in Population Dynamics and Inequality and to give visibility for the University in this area in the academic world. The lecture series is made possible due to the support of Professor Emeritus T.R. Balakrishnan and Lois F. Leatham.
2016 Dr. Douglas Massey, Professor at the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Princeton