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Book Talk Series: Social Science Division Libraries: 2016 Social Research Library and Education Psychology Library

Events at the Social Science Division Libraries

Alexandra Lutnick 4-19-16

2016 Friedlander Lecture

Join us for a Book Talk with Alexandra Lutnick,
School of Social Welfare

Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Social Research Library
227 Haviland Hall, UC Berkeley

Free and open to all

Alexandra Lutnick (Lecturer in the School of  Social Welfare, PhD 2013) will discuss her new book, Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking: Beyond Victims and Villains, published by Columbia University Press. Dr. Lutnick adopts a holistic
approach, exploring the young people's experiences, their treatment, and outside efforts to combat sex trafficking. In addition to her research findings, she will discuss the process of publishing her dissertation.

"Alexandra Lutnick's Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking is the most comprehensive and sophisticated book on this topic on the market.... It is a major contribution to our understanding of this world."
   ~Ronald Weitzer, George Washington University

Keltner, The Power Paradox -- Education Psychology Library

Hochschild - Spain in Our Hearts - Morrison Library

Conversation with Fred Glass -- UC Labor Center

Talk with Zach Bleemer

Book Talk: Tackling the Achievement Gap through New School Development

Edited by Professors Rhona S. Weinstein (Psychology) and Frank C. Worrell (Graduate School of Education), the book tells the story of a remarkable 10-year collaboration between UC Berkeley and Aspire Public Schools to develop and nurture the California College Preparatory Academy (CAL Prep). Framed by a longitudinal lens, findings from community-engaged scholarship, and a diversity of voices from students to superintendents, it charts the journey from the initial decision to open the school to the high school graduation of its first two classes. Readers are taken inside the workings of the partnership, the development of the school, and the spillover of effects across district and university.

Book Talk with Professor Benjamin Madley -- Morrison Library

Book Talk with Alison Gopnik

Book Talk with Franklin Zimring