UCR Program on

Global Studies

 2014-2015 Colloquium Series


Thursday, March 5, 2015, 12:30 to 2pm

Andrew Jorgenson

Department of Sociology, Boston College

"Development, Inequality and the Carbon Intensity of human well-being: pathways to sustainability?"

Room 2027 CHASS Interdisciplinary Building North (2nd floor)

Co-sponsored by the Sociology Department, the Program on Global Studies and

the Institute for Research on World-Systems

University of California-Riverside

Professor Jorgenson’s Power Point Presentation is available at http://irows.ucr.edu/pogs/jorgenson/jorg.pptx

And his web site is at http://www.bc.edu/schools/cas/sociology/faculty/profiles/andrew-jorgenson.html


Thursday April 16, 2015, 12:30-2

Paul D’Anieri and Jana Grittersova (Political Science)

Alexis Alvarez and Dmytro Khutkyy (Sociology and IROWS)

“ Panel Discussion on Eastern Europe and Global Governance”



Thursday April 30, 12:30 to 2 pm

Juliann Allison (School of Public Policy and Alessandro Morosin (Sociology)

“Report Back from the World Social Forum, Tunis”


Thursday, May 5, 2015, 12:30: 2pm

Andrea Komlosy
University of Vienna, Department for Social and Economic History,

Associate Professor Harvard University, Weatherhead Center for International Relations,
“The Entanglement of Industrial Revolutions: Catching up from a global perspective”



Thursday, May 14, 2015, 12:30-2pm

Jan Stets, Katja Guenther,  Ellen Reese and Raymond Russell

"Talking across specializations in Sociology: Identity theory and identity movements"

These talks involve a sociologist presenting her research and other sociologists discussing the value

of that research and how it may relate to their own areas.




The Program on Global Studies is the University of California Riverside Branch

of the Institute for Global Conflict and Cooperation.