The Social Sciences Lunch Seminar Series resumes for the spring semester 2013, highlighting three faculty speakers who will present and discuss their research.
Friday April 5: Roman Williams, Assistant Professor of Sociology: “Seeing Religion: Visual Research Methods in the Sociology of Religion”
Friday April 19: Jonathan Hill, Assistant Professor of Sociology: “The Social Context of Antievolutionist Beliefs”
Friday May 3: Julie Yonker, Assistant Professor of Psychology: “Does how you think really impact your Religious Beliefs? Results from a Large National Survey”
All of the 2012-13 seminars take place at Calvin College, in the Alumni Association Board Room, 12:30 p.m. with lunch tickets free and available starting at 12:15 p.m.
Please join us for lunch, research, and discussion.
Sponsored by the Center for Social Research, the Dean for Social Sciences and Contextual Studies, and the Gary and Henrietta Byker Chair in Christian Perspectives on Political, Social and Economic Thought.
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