September 14 - Paul DiMaggio (NYU), Ramina Sotoudeh (Yale), Karyn Vilbig (NYU) and Hana Shepherd (Rutgers). “How Americans View Science and Religion: An Institutional Perspective.” **6:15-8:00 pm**
September 28 - Abigail Saguy, UCLA. “Gender Neutral: Equality and Inclusion."
October 12 - Kusha Sefat (University of Tehran). “Time and Objects: The Irreversible Temporal Slope and the Latency of Technical Things.”
October 26 - Eeva Luhtakallio and Veikko Eranti (University of Helsink)i. “Youth Participation and Democracy: Cultures of Doing Society.”
November 9 - Barbara Kiviat (Stanford University). “The Evolution of Actuarial Fairness.”
November 30 - Wenhao Jiang (NYU). “The Cultural Devaluation of Feminized Work: The Evolution of Occupational Prestige and Gender Stereotyping in the United States, 1900-2019.”
December 14 - Di Zhou (NYU) and Yinxian Zhang (Queens College). “Nationalist AI? Variation in GPT Models’ Political Knowledge and Sentiment in English and Simplified Chinese.”