Host Lisa Loving speaks with Lisa Dodson, a public sociologist at Boston College whose research interests include poverty, public policy, and low-income work and family life. She also specializes in collaborative research methods, conducting inquiry that includes the thinking of people “under study.” She has developed an area of specialty -- Poverty, Families, and Social Policy – focusing on the spreading effects of economic stratification. Her new book The Moral Underground: How Ordinary People Subvert an Unfair Economy is based on eight years of research about hidden resistance to an economy that harms millions of working families.
|Calendar:||First Unitarian Church of Portland|
|Title:||The Moral Underground: A Talk On Economic Disobedience|
|When:||Sun Sep 26, 2010 01:00 PM - 02:30 PM|
|Description:||In the Elliot Chapel. Boston University professor and author, Lisa Dodson, will discuss economic disobedience and the moral paradox of breaking rules to do good. She’ll also discuss why she believes it is in the tradition of the Underground Railroad and other acts of civil disobedience that social justice movements have been propelled throughout history. For details, contact Rev. Kate Lore* or Lorna Garano, firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Location:||1011 SW 12th Ave., Portland, OR 97205|