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MINNESOTA DEMOGRAPHY AND AGING SEMINAR

These seminars are designed for researchers studying issues at the intersections of topics related to the life course and demography. The University of Minnesota community and friends of the Life Course Center are welcome to attend. 

Seminars for Spring 2021 will be held virtually. 

SPRING 2021 SCHEDULE

All seminars will be hosted virtually on Zoom on Mondays from 12:15 - 1:15 PM Central Time (unless otherwise noted). 

JANUARY 25

Living on the Edge: An American Generation’s Journey through the Twentieth Century  |  Watch the Recording
Richard Settersten - School of Social and Behavioral Health Sciences, Oregon State University
Glen Elder - Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Lisa Pearce - Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 

FEBRUARY 1

Structural Racism, Police Violence, and Population Health Research |  12:15 - 1:45 PM CT  | Watch the Recording
Rachel Hardeman - School of Public Health, University of Minnesota 
Hedwig Lee - Sociology, Washington University 
Maeve Wallace - Tulane School of Public Health
Alyasah "Ali" Sewell - Sociology, Emory University

FEBRUARY 8

Has it Always Paid to be Rich? Income and Cause-Specific Mortality in Southern Sweden 1905-2014  |  Watch the Recording
Martin Dribe - Center for Economic Demography, Lund University

FEBRUARY 15

Non-cognitive Skills and Social Success: Evidence from the Minnesota Center for Twin and Family Research (MCTFR) Longitudinal Studies  |  Watch the Recording
Matt McGue - Center for Neurobehavioral Development, University of Minnesota 

FEBRUARY 22

A Shock by Any Other Name? Understanding Migration Responses to Local Demand Shocks  |  Watch the Recording 
Abigail Wozniak - Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis (this recording will only be available until the end of the semester).

MARCH 1

Dementia Inequities in Indigenous Populations: Translation of Ethnographic Community-Based Participatory Research Findings to Culturally Safe Dementia Care Tools  |  Watch the Recording
Kristen Jacklin - Department of Family Medicine and BioBehavioral Health, University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth

MARCH 8

The Impact of Income on Maternal Health Behaviors and Outcomes: Evidence from a Natural Experiment  |  (This seminar was not recorded per speaker request)
Tiffany Green - Population Health Sciences, University of Wisconsin 

MARCH 15

Models of Social Change: Principles and Methods for Age-Period-Cohort Analysis  |  Watch the Recording
Christopher Winship - Sociology, Harvard University
Ethan Fosse - University of Toronto 

MARCH 22

Long-Term Dynamics of Health, Well-Being, and Population Change after a Disaster  | 
Elizabeth Frankenberg - Sociology, University of North Carolina (This seminar will not be recorded per speaker request)

MARCH 29

Push, Pull, and Trap: How Federal Housing Policy Racialized Metropolitan Development  |  Watch the Recording
Jacob Faber - Sociology, New York University

APRIL 12

The Process of Health Change with Aging: Evidence on Social, Psychological, Behavioral and Biological Risks from the HRS  | Zoom Link
Eileen Crimmins - University of Southern California Leonard Davis School of Gerontology

APRIL 19

Cohort Differences in the Relationship Between Debt and Risk of Heart Attack  |  Zoom Link
Angie O'Rand - Sociology, Duke University

APRIL 26

Does Incarceration Shape Trust in the State, Community Engagement, and Civic Participation?  |  Zoom Link
Chris Wildeman - Sociology, Duke University

MAY 3

Work-Family Histories and Cognitive Function in Later Life  |  Zoom Link
Sarah Burgard- Sociology and Epidemiology, University of Michigan 

 

PREVIOUS SCHEDULES

Fall 2020 (schedule and recordings)

Spring 2020 Flyer (Note because of COVID-19 seminars starting March 18th were cancelled).

Spring 2019 Flyer

Fall 2019 Flyer

 

OCCASIONAL MINI CONFERENCES AND CO-SPONSORED EVENTS

The LCC offers annual mini conferences and co-sponsored events throughout the year.

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PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT

The LCC regularly convenes Open Forums where research results are presented to the broader community. in addition to piloting its new University of Minnesota Advanced Careers Initiative (UMAC), promoting intergenerational learning and career readiness for what’s next in Boomers’ lives.

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