Clough Grad Workshops

Workshops are Tuesdays at Noon. All Fall 2020 workshops will be virtual, to register please email clough.center@bc.edu.

September 15
David Sessions, History
Cold War Liberalism or Socialist Revisionism? Sociology, 'Industrial Society,' and the Antitotalitarian Style in Postwar Politics

September 22
Maheen Haider
, Sociology
From “who cares” to “terrorists”: The Case of Muslim Race Consciousness

September 29
Alex Moskowitz,
English
Exceptional Incarceration: Thoreau’s Antislavery Writing and the Political Economy of Perception

October 6
Selene Campion,
 Political Science
Divided Cities: Segregation and Political Representation in Europe

October 13
Laura Gáti
, Economics
Monetary Policy & Anchored Expectations - An Endogenous Gain Learning Model

October 20
Magnus Ferguson,
Philosophy
Social-Regret: On Responsibility for Others' Harm

October 27
John Carter,
 Theology
Moral Traditions and Open vs. Closed Communitarianism

November 3
Megan Crotty,
English
“Have you no shame?”: Eimear McBride’s ​A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing​ and Testimonies of Sexual Violence in Law and Literature

November 10
Elise Largesse,
 Sociology
"Until it falls in": Place attachment, inequality and climate crisis on Nantucket Island, MA

November 17
Priyanka Sarda,
 Economics
Birth Endowments and Intrahousehold Resource Allocation: Structural Estimates from a Collective Household Model