The Brown Bag Lecture Series returns to Sonoma State University this fall, featuring a selection of speakers from the School of Social Sciences. Those interested are invited to pack a lunch, as lectures are from 4 to 5 p.m. in Stevenson 2011.
The series kicks off with a lecture by psychology professor Matthew Paolucci Callahan on the perceptions of transgender women and men in public restrooms.
Lectures are free and open to the public, parking on campus is $5-$8. For more information visit https://www.sonoma.edu/socsci/involvement/public-lecture-series.html.
Brown Bag Lecture Series Schedule
|Sept. 19||Perceptions of Transgender Women and Men in Public Restrooms: Correlates and Gender Differences
Matthew Paolucci Callahan, Psychology
|Sept. 26||Building Science in Place: Establishing the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory in the 1930’s and 1940’s
Laura Alice Watt, Geography, Environment and Planning
|Oct. 10||The Social Context of Self-Esteem: Examining Racial/Ethnic Differences Between Global and Specific Self-Esteem for the Friend Identity”
Emily Vieira Asencio, Criminology and Criminal Justice Studies
|Oct. 17||Care Network Structure and Risk Factors for Unreliable Care
Brian Gillespie, Sociology
|Oct. 24||Diversity Resilience Training: Psychological Intervention to Buffer Effects of Discrimination, Racism, and Stereotyped Threat in Low Income First Generation College Freshmen
Glenn Brassington, Psychology
|Nov. 7||Container Capitalism and Charismatic Containers: Professional Organizers and the American Obsession with Organizing
Melinda Milligan, Sociology
|Nov. 28||Revolutionizing the World? The Russian Revolution and Its Centenary
Stephen Bittner, History