Our Cluster affiliates are engaged in a wide range of scholarship. This is a collection of some of their work while in residence at the Weatherhead Center.
Weatherhead Forum on “US Election Results: Domestic and International Implications” with Michèle Lamont, Theda Skocpol and Stephen Walt (November 2020).
Weatherhead Forum on "Rethinking Resistance Politics in Troubling Times: Transnational Queer Solidarity During COVID-19” with Michèle Lamont and Gökce Yurdakul (October 2020).
WCFIA's US-Japan program panel on “Civil Society and Policy Advocacy in Contemporary East Asia” with Kanoko Kamata (October 2020)
Weatherhead Forum on "Thinking the Future: New Perspectives on Globalization and Health under COVID-19” with Michèle Lamont (September 2020)
WCFIA 2020–2021 Orientation Welcome Address and Academic Panel on “Global, International, and Comparative Studies in Pursuit of Social Justice” with Michèle Lamont (August 2020)
Launch event celebrating the release of the 2019 Daedalus issue "Inequality as a Multidimensional Process," a collective volume by CIFAR’s Successful Societies program with Jennifer Hochschild and Michèle Lamont (November 2019)
Weatherhead Form on “Naturalization and Multicultural Citizenship for the Highly Skilled” with Elke Winter (November 2019)
Weatherhead Forum on "The Paradox of Purity: Comparing Veganism as a Cultural Practice in France and Israel” with Nina Gheihman (November 2019)
Weatherhead Forum on “Democracy without Redistribution: Perceived Inequality and Preferences for Redistribution” with Yeon Ju Lee (November 2018)
Weatherhead Forum on “Democracy without Redistribution: Perceived Inequality and Preferences for Redistribution”
Panel presentation on "Trump’s Impact on the World: Melani Cammett on the Middle East" (August 2018) with Melani Cammett (August 2018)
Weatherhead Forum on “Ethnic Bias and Wage Inequality: Do Coworkers' Attitudes Matter for Immigrants' Earnings?" with Hilary J. Holbrow (November 2017)
Weatherhead Forum “Ethnic Bias and Wage Inequality: Do Coworkers' Attitudes Matter for Immigrants' Earnings?
Michèle Lamont delivers 2017 American Sociological Association Presidential Address, "Culture, Inequalities and Social Inclusion Across the Globe" (August 2017)