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Audio tapes of the seminar available in the KSG library.

Malcolm Wiener Inequality
& Social Policy Seminar Series

Spring 2001

Note: Presentation begins at 12:20 pm

FEB 5, 2001

LISA BERKMANN, Harvard School of Public Health

"Social Inequalities and Health: Five Key Points for Policy-Makers to Know"

FEB 12, 2001

MARTHA MINOW, Harvard Law School

"Accessing the Curriculum: Equality Issues for Children"

FEB 26, 2001

ANN ORLOFF, Northwestern University

"Farewell to Maternalism?: US Welfare Reform, the End of Entitlements for Poor Single Mothers, and the Expansion of Claims for Poor Employed Parents"

MAR 5, 2001

PAULA RAYMANN, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

"Can You Work and Have a Life? Work-Family Values and Policies"

MAR 12, 2001

J. PHILLIP THOMPSON, Columbia University

"A Political and Practical Approach to Building Urban Political Coalitions"

MAR 19, 2001

CHRISTOPHER HOWARD, College of William and Mary

"Workers' Compensation, Federalism, and the Heavy Hand of History"

APR 2, 2001


"Institutional Pluralism and Social Conflict: A Case of Unintended Good Consequences of Conflict"

APR 9 , 2001

SAMUEL BOWLES, Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst

"Intergenerational Inequality: Culture, Class, and Genes"

APR 16, 2001


"Social Security Reform"

APR 23, 2001

TAEKU LEE, Kennedy School of Government

"Latinos and Asians in the United States: A New Politics of Race?"

APR 30, 2001

LINDSAY CHASE-LANSDALE, Northwestern University

"Children and Welfare Reform"




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