The Inequality Science Series is a social science forum for ideas, strategies, and new best practices to address forms of inequality on Princeton’s campus and beyond. The series is sponsored by the Department of African American Studies, the Department of Psychology, and Princeton’s Kahneman-Treisman Center for Behavioral Science and Public Policy.
Death By a Thousand Slights: Discrimination and Health Inequalities
A Talk in the Inequality Science Series
April 20, 2016 4:30 PM
Peretsman Scully Hall
Presenters: Tené Lewis (Emory), Mark Hatzenbuehler (Columbia), and aas21
Zen and the Art of Privilege Maintenance
March 2, 2016 4:30 PM
A32 Peretsman Scully Hall
Presenters: Brian Lowery (Stanford) and Eric Knowles (NYU)
A talk in the Inequality Science Series, moderated by Deborah Prentice, Dean of the Faculty
How might social scientists comment and provide systemic insight in a moment fraught with disproportionate inequality, especially along the lines of race and class?
All talks of the Inequality Science Series are held in A32 Peretsman Scully Hall and begin at 4:30pm. Our goal is to bring an intellectually diverse and committed group of scholars to the Princeton University campus for sustained discourse. We have planned three major talks for the fall semester, and three major talks for the spring. These talks are meant to interest a wide audience from the social sciences, to the humanities, as well as foster and enrich interdepartmental shared knowledge. All talks are free and open to the public.
For more information about the Inequality Science Series, please visit the series page: aas.princeton.edu/InequalitySS
Direct link to the Livestream: https://livestream.com/aas21/privilege