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CPC Innovations in Population Science Seminar: Ann Morning

Friday, February 9, 2018 at 12:00pm to 1:15pm

MVR G87

Far Back in the Family Tree: Mulitracaiality across generations

Journalists and academics alike often erroneously portray the multiracial population of the United States as a "new" one. Using a 2015 Pew survey of mixed-race adults, Ann Morning will discuss how multiracial America is a longstanding, multigenerational community, and consider implications of its generational heterogeneity for individual outcomes ranging from identity to socioeconomic status. Generation plays an important role in how we count the multiracial population, and thus in how we depict the racial landscape of the United States more broadly.

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Event Type

Seminar

Departments

Cornell Population Center, Institute for the Social Sciences, Center for the Study of Inequality

Tags

Ann Morning, isscal

Website

http://www.cpc.cornell.edu/

Contact E-Mail

mc129@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Meg Cole

Speaker

Ann Morning, Associate Professor of Sociology

Speaker Affiliation

New York University

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