AS hybrid speaker series on analytical-empirical sociology

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AS hybrid speaker series on analytical-empirical sociology

The first hybrid speaker series organized by the Academy of Sociology and a major German sociology department will take place in Cologne.

By Clemens Kroneberg (Köln), Malte Reichelt (Bamberg)

When and where

Date and time

April 12 · 5:45pm - June 28 · 7:15pm CEST


Institut für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, Universität zu Köln Universitätsstraße 24 50931 Köln Germany

About this event

In the summer term, this series will feature talks by Mario L. Small, Lea Ellwardt, Filiz Garip, Karsten Hank, and Elizabeth Bruch.

A limited number of (free) tickets for in-person attendance can be ordered via this event page. Please select your date of interest and bring a printout or digital version of the ticket to the event.

The talks by Small, Garip, and Bruch will be followed by a reception (snacks & drinks) to enable the discussions to continue in an informal setting. We thank the Profile Area "Social and Economic Behavior" at the University of Cologne ( for financial support. Small and Garip will be visiting Bonn/Cologne as ECONtribute Research Fellows.

Online attendance is possible via Zoom:

Meeting ID: 384 326 1393, passcode: 2324

APR 12 | Mario L. Small (Columbia University)

"Financial Institutions, Neighborhoods, and Racial Inequality"

MAY 3 | Lea Ellwardt (University of Cologne)

"The ties that bother: Difficult relationships in older adults’ personal network"

MAY 17 | Filiz Garip (Princeton University)

"Climate Change, Migration, and Inequality"

JUN 14 | Karsten Hank (University of Cologne)

"Assessing sexual-minority respondents’ attitudes, behaviors, and outcomes: Quantitative findings from pairfam & FReDA"

JUN 28 | Elizabeth Bruch (University of Michigan)

"Competition in Online Dating Markets"

The series will continue in the fall term.

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