Upcoming DUPRI Seminars

Fall 2022 Seminars

9/8/2022        Sara Curran, Professor, Jackson School of International Studies, Sociology, & Public Policy & Governance, University of Washington. "A Scoping Literature Review of the Determinants of Family Planning, 2000-2016: What Can be Inferred from Patterns of Knowledge Production, Diffusion, Methodological Approaches & Scientific Impact?"

9/15/2022        Gregory Samanez-Larkin, Jack H. Neely Associate Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience, Duke University. "Emotion and Motivation in the Aging Brain"

9/22/2022        Patrick Sharkey, Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Princeton University. "Some Hopeful Evidence on Guns in the U.S."

9/29/2022        Charles Nunn, Gosnell Family Professor in Global Health & Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology, Duke University. "Shining Evolutionary Light on Human Health in Madagascar"

10/6/2022        Demography of Health and Aging Student Seminar (*). Sarah Petry.

10/13/2022         Jenny Trinitapoli, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Chicago. "Ten years in Balaka, Malawi: An excerpt from in-progress book manuscript, An Epidemic of Uncertainty"

10/20/2022        Brielle Bryan, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Rice University. "Maternal Wealth Implications of Child Incarceration"

10/27/2022       Carmen Gutierrez, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, UNC. "Community Supervision and Health among Latina Women: Understanding Gendered and Racialized Patterns"

11/3/2022        Demography of Health and Aging Student Seminar (*). Allison Stolte.

11/10/2022          Jennifer Dowd, Professor of Demography and Population Health, University of Oxford. "Demographic insights into the COVID-19 pandemic"

11/17/2022        Jamie Justice, Assistant Professor of Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, Wake Forest University School of Medicine. "Breaking Ground in Translational Geroscience: from biomarkers to clinical trials"

12/1/2022        Demography of Health and Aging Student Seminar (*).

12/8/2022        Robert Apel, Professor, School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University. "Mass Incarceration, Aging, and the Life Course"

(*) Demography of Health and Aging (DOHA) Seminars are Predoctoral student led seminars