CER News and Announcements
Interim Solutions to Homelessness
Christopher Herring, CER affliated graduate student and PhD Candidate in Sociology, has had his research on homeless tent cities featured in a series of public and policy forums. In San Francisco he co-organized and presented a three-night symposium (now available as podcasts) on interim solutions to homelessness featuring academics, policymakers, community organizers, and homeless residents at the Storefront Lab.
Summer Workshop in Qualitative Research Methods
In the summer of 2016, 14 undergraduate and graduate students from the US, the UK, and Turkey participated a six-week workshop hosted by CER. They received mentorship, hands-on research experience, and advanced training in designing and executing a project using qualitative methods from Ben Shestakofsky and Phillip Fucella and numerous guest speakers. Check back soon for details of the 2017 workshop!
New Book on Ethnic Violence in Schools
Burning Dislike: Ethnic Violence in High Schools, by CER Chair Martín Sánchez-Jankowski, analyzes inter-ethnic conflict that leads to violence among high school students. Based on two ethnographic studies in California and Massachusetts, the book documents the process of sparks of conflict escalating into violence and identifies the conditions under which these "fires" emerge.