Dr. Diane Rodgers to host virtual event on her latest book

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Sociology professor Diane Rodgers speaks about the sociological effects of hoarding and how America’s hoarding isn’t psychological but cultural Tuesday in Altgeld Hall. She spoke about this topic during the lecture event The Social Spaces of Hoarding. The event was held to support the hoarding art exhibition.

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Dr. Diane Rodgers will be discussing her latest book “Children in Social Movements: Rethinking Agency, Mobilization and Rights” virtually from 11 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. March 23.

Rodgers will describe the case studies of children used to come to the conclusions of the book, and talk about what those case studies mean for the understanding of children participation in social movements, according to the event page. 

The event is cosponsored by the Department of Sociology and the Center for Nonprofit and NGO Studies. To register for the event, sign up here. Visit the NIU’s events calendar or contact Caleb Cox at  nonprofitNGOcenter@niu.edu for more information.