A virtual talk with Cecilia Menjívar, UCLA professor of sociology and American Sociological Association president
Register now: https://pitzer.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_o_098aIrSN2nBBqBsAuwog
Professor Cecilia Menjívar holds the Dorothy L. Meier Social Equities Chair and is a professor of sociology at UCLA. She specializes in immigration, gender, family dynamics, social networks, and broad conceptualizations of violence. She has authored and edited multiple books, including Fragmented Ties: Salvadoran Immigrant Networks in America. A John S. Guggenheim Fellow and an Andrew Carnegie Fellow, she is currently president of the American Sociological Association.
This virtual talk is the third in the Racial Justice Initiative’s fall 2021 speaker series. Register now or watch via live stream on Pitzer’s social media platforms.
For more information, contact Pitzer Professor and Associate Dean Adrian Pantoja at Adrian_Pantoja@pitzer.edu