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Sociology seminar, Lent 2010

Seminar room, Free School Lane

Fortnightly, Tuesdays, 12:30

26 January Jean-Pascal Daloz (CNRS/Oxford) The sociology of elite distinctions

Jean-Pascal Daloz is CNRS Research Professor at the Maison Française, Oxford.

9 February Diego Gambetta (Oxford) Engineers of Jihad

Diego Gambetta is Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford and Professor of Sociology at the University of Oxford

23 February Jeff Miley (Cambridge) Was Spain under Franco fascist? Juan Linz and his critics revisited

Jeff Miley is Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Cambridge

9 March Barbara Misztal (Leicester) The source of intellectuals’ public standing: the lessons from a Nobel Trinity

Barbara Misztal is Professor of Sociology at the University of Leicester

For further information, please contact Patrick Baert pjnb100@cam.ac.uk

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The sociology of elite distinctions

UserJean-Pascal Daloz (CNRS/Oxford).

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