Sessions

Thursday, November 11 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

1. Book Panel: Tea War-A History of Capitalism in China and India (Yale University Press)
2. Quantifying anti-Semitic Persecutions, from the 1930s to the Holocaust
3. Public Policy and the Remaking of the American Family, 1900-1940
4. Book Session: Entitled: Discriminating Tastes and the Expansion of the Arts
5. Reimagining Research Traditions: New Approaches to Method and Measurement
6. Author Meets Critic: “Agents of God: Boundaries and Authority in Muslim and Christian Schools” by Jeffrey Guhin
7. Author Meets Critic: Breaching the Civil Order: Radicalism and the Civil Sphere, Edited by Jeffrey Alexander, Trevor Stack and Farhad Khosrokhavar
9. Climate and Ecology in World History
10. Citizensip: Histories of Exclusion and Processes of Change
11. Interrogating Innovation and Invention
12. Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental
14. Topics in Marriage Market Outcomes
15. The Changing Politics of Child Benefits

Thursday, November 11 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM

16. Power and Normativity in Society and History: Power, Religion, and Subjectivity
17. Can Revolutions Be Permanent? New Approaches to Assessing Revolutionary Outcomes
18. Cultural Entrepreneurs
19. Public Policy and the Remaking of the American Family, 1900-1940
20. Childhood and Nationalism
21. Parties, leadership
22. Author Meets Critics: City of the Good: Nature, Religion, and the Ancient Search for What Is Right by Michael M. Bell
23. Education at High-Tide: The 1970s Revisited
24. Empire and Its Perils
25. Environmental Policy in Subnational Contexts
26. Perceptions of Climate Change in the Nineteenth Century
27. Politics
28. Author Meets Critic: Book On the Heels of Ignorance: Psychiatry and the Politics of Not Knowing by Author Owen Whooley.
29. Technology and Development in Late Twentieth-Century China
30. Global Diffusion of Fiscal Invention: The Value-Added Tax in the European Community, France, and the United States

Thursday, November 11 / 12:00 PM - 1:45 PM

31. Power and Normativity in Society and History: Capitalism and Socialism
32. Policing and Empire
33. Book Panel: Youth Squad
34. Democratic Regression in Comparative-Historical Perspective
35. STS Lessons for Policy Impact
36. Geographies of Politics, Conflict, and Segregation
37. Crisis and Social Transformation
38. Curriculum and Career, Discipline and Disruption
39. U.S. Empire Reconsidered
40. Author Meets Critics: Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition Across Southeast Asia by Diana Kim.
41. Technology, Politics, and Rural Labor in the 19th and 20th Century South
42. Governing Health under Uncertainty
43. Caring for the Healthy, Sick, and Elderly
44. The Neoliberal Moment in East Asia
45. Women's Movement

Thursday, November 11 / 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

46. Power and Normativity in Society and History: Emergency, Exception, and War
47. The Premodern History of Money in Global Perspective
48. Childhood and Biopolitics
49. Rethinking Max Weber for a New Sociology of Religion
50. Author Meets Critic: The Education Trap: Schools and the Remaking of Inequality in Boston, by Cristina Groeger
51. Book Session
52. Author Meets Critic: Ruling Culture: Art Police, Tomb Robbers, and the Rise of Cultural Power in Italy by Fiona Greenland
53. Author Meets Critics: Birth Control Battles: How Race and Class Divided American Religion, by Melissa J. Wilde
54. States, Elite, and Capital
55. Author-meets-critics: Brewing Resistance: Indian Coffee House and the Emergency in Postcolonial India (Cambridge University Press 2020)
56. Expert and Local Knowledge in Land Use
57. Roundtable Discussion: Teaching with Interdisciplinary Research Published in Social Science History
58. From Changes in Health Practitioners to Medical Narratives
59. The Consequences of Epidemics
60. Historicizing the Normal

Thursday, November 11 / 4:00 PM - 5:45 PM

8. The Philadelphia Social History Project: A Retrospective
61. Power and Normativity in Society and History: Sovereignty and Performance
62. Decolonizing Sociology From South Asia
63. Race-Making and the Socio-Legal Imaginary
64. Talking about My Generation: Youth Crisis and Conflict
65. Author Meets Critics: Eric Lybeck, The University Revolution: Outline of a Processual Theory
66. Health and Hazards I : Pandemic Geographies
67. Author Meets Critics: "Model Cases. On Canonical Research Objects and Sites", by Monika Krause
68. Institutions and Elite in China
69. The New Deal Order and the Origins of Neoliberalism
70. New Perspectives on Migration and Mobility
71. Rationalizing Land Use I (1600-1918)
72. Fertility, Mortality, Plagues and Epidemics
73. Financial Markets
74. Women in American Individualist Politics
75. Social Struggles in the City

Friday, November 12 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

77. Concepts in the Periphery: Repurposing Social Theory in Non-Western Contexts (in-person preferred)
78. Author Meets Critic: On Many Routes. Internal, European, and Transatlantic Migration in the Late Habsburg Empire by Annemarie Steidl
79. Family, Fertility, and Mortality
80. Book Roundtable: Revolutions at Home: The Origin of Modern Childhood and the German Middle Class by Emily Bruce
81. Health and Hazards II : Spatial & Historical Perspectives
82. Health Care Work: Contradictions and Possibilities of the Largest US Labor Market
83. Migrant, Ethnic and National Identity Formation and Knowledge Production
84. Concrete Circuits of Ideational Power, Print and Digital
85. Author Meets Critics: Figures of the Future: Latino Civil Rights and the Politics of Demographic Change, by Michael Rodríguez-Muñiz
86. Health, Medicine and Body
87. Colonial imperialism, exploitation
88. From the Top: Elites and Fiscal Policy Making
89. Land and Labor in the Age of Mass Migration
90. Gender and Queer Theory: Discourses
91. From LA to Detroit
128. Book Roundtable: The Moral Project of Childhood by Daniel Cook

Friday, November 12 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM

92. "Reframing Empires, Decolonizing Disciplines: Rethinking Method in a Time of Crisis.”
93. Boundary Making and Resistance: Categorization and Classification Struggles in Africa, Asia, and the Americas
94. Book Session: America for Americans by Erika Lee
95. Vocabularies. Exploring Shared Names for Default Variables across Databases
96. The Political Economy of Gender at Work
97. Author Meets Critic: Populism in the Civil Sphere by Jeffrey C. Alexander, Peter Kivisto, Giuseppe Sciortino
98. Book Panel: Islam, Authoritarianism, and Underdevelopment (by Ahmet Kuru)
99. Going the Distance: Comparative Settler Colonialisms across Time and Space
100. Innovation, Law, and Value in Global Capitalism
101. Author Meets Critics: Capable Women, Incapable States: Negotiating Violence and Rights in India by Poulami Roychowdhury
102. Book Session: Emily Merchant on "Building the Population Bomb"
103. Expertise: Bureaucracy, Field, State
104. New Complete Count Canadian Census data
105. Cultural and Creative Industries. Gendered Histories, Structures and Interventions
106. Author Meets Critic: The Western Disease: Contesting Autism in the Somali Diaspora by Claire Laurier Decoteau

Friday, November 12 / 1:45 PM - 3:30 PM

107. Institutions and Social Change
108. Author Meets Critics/Book Power in Modernity: Agency Relations and the Creative Destruction of the King's Two Bodies by Isaac Ariail Reed
109. Rethinking the Jewish Exodus from Arab Countries: A Network Perspective
110. Korean Families in Crisis Prior-20th Century
111. Contentious Politics
112. Author Meets Critic: -The University and the Global Knowledge Society- by David John Frank and John W. Meyer
113. Author Meets Critics - Above the Fray: The Red Cross and the Making of the Humanitarian NGO Sector
114. Negotiating Historical Narrative
115. Socialism, Capitalism, and the State
116. Empire, Industry and State Finance in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries
117. Intergenerational Mobility: Evidence from Linked U.S. Full Count Census Data
118. Project Development
119. Taxation for Representation
120. Health, Public Intervention and Insurance
121. Armed Self-Defense in Recent America: Intersectional Perspectives
122. Perspectives on Regional Development in the U.S. South

Friday, November 12 / 3:45 PM - 5:30 PM

123. Doing Global Historical Sociology
124. Critical Junctures, Contingent Futures: Mapping a Future for American Political Development
125. Immigration Policy, Household Workers, and the Politics of Reproductive Labor
126. Men, Women and Inheritance
127. Expertise at the Intersection of Biology and Social Science
129. Childhood in Times of Turbulence
130. Nation-Making through Empire, Settlement, and Revolution
131. Events and Crisis in Concept and Practice I
132. State Politics: Social and Educational Policy
133. Impacts of Policies and Migration on Educational Outcomes: Evidence from U.S. Full Count Census Data
134. Urban Economics
135. Conceptualizing Economic Development
136. Pay, Productivity and Discrimination
137. Classifying States, Gender, and the Creation of the Deserving and Undeserving
138. Rights, Resistance, and Creative Destruction: Historical Narratives in Housing and Community Space

Friday, November 12 / 5:45 PM - 7:30 PM

139. US-China Relation in Flux: Past, Present, Future
140. Elites Networks: Business, Politics, and Civil Society
141. Author Meets Critic: Unwanted: Italian and Jewish Mobilization against Restrictive Immigration Laws, 1882–1965 by Maddalena Marinari
142. Jewish Social Mobility and Integration (1850-1940)
143. Organizing for Change: Ecumenism, Inclusion and Morality
144. Economic and Ideological Underpinnings of Higher Education
145. Temporalities I: Global Politics and Temporality
146. New Constructs, Old Data, and Incorporating Immigrants
147. Science, Prediction, and Historiography
148. Making States and Statistics
149. Vocabularies. Exploring Shared Names for Default Variables across Databases II
150. Democratization, democratic ideology
151. Persistent Effects of Inequality and Deprivation
152. The Demographic Effects of Shocks, Stress and Economic Development
153. Submission made by accident. Please disregard.
154. Migrants and Immigration Experiences

Saturday, November 13 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

155. Capitalizing on the Crisis of Socialism: The Pathways of China's Reform Reconsidered
156. Who Governs?: Power and Policymaking in the States
157. Citizenship, Naturalization, and Democracy: Learning from the Late-19th and Early-20th Century United States
158. Inequality, Economic Stress, and Demographic Behavior: Sub-Session 1. Balancing Economic Stress in the Pre-Modern World.
159. Contestations over Child Rights and Welfare
160. The Politics of Training and Hiring Practices
162. Logics of Rescue and the Illogics of Refugee Policies
163. Events and Crisis in Concept and Practice II
164. Theory, History, and States
165. Community Demographic and Economic Patterns: Evidence from U.S. Full Count Census Data
166. Comparative analysis of political institutions
167. Historical Record Linkage: New Methods and Sources
168. Determinants of Female Labour Market Outcomes
169. From Rebel-Girls to Radical Girlhood: Re-Thinking Repertoires of Control and Resistance from the Late-18th to 21st Century
170. Police and investigative techniques

Saturday, November 13 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM

171. Empire, Citizenship and Racial Subjectivity
172. “Author Meets Critic: The Genesis of Rebellion by Michael Hechter and Steven Pfaff”
173. Author Meets Critic Book Session: Emotional Landscapes: Love, Gender, and Migration, edited by Marcelo Borges, Sonia Cancian, Linda Reeder (University of Illinois Press)
174. Worklife Balance for Females in Preindustrial Societies Facing Crisis
175. The International Labor Organization beyond Europe: Out of Reach or Out of Touch?
176. Author Meets Critics: Daniel Carpenter's Democracy by Petition
177. Book Roundtable: Children and Youth as Subject, Object, Agent
178. Food Migration: Tourism, Consumption, Performance
179. Housing Policy in the Late 20th Century
180. Assessing Revolutionary Situations and Outcomes
181. Urban Families
182. Expertise: Classification and Power within Organizations
183. Inequality, Wealth and Poverty
184. Innovation and Disruption: Beyond Creative Destruction
185. Sex, Gender and Power
186. Crime policy and mass incarceration

Saturday, November 13 / 12:00 PM - 1:45 PM

187. Youth Activism
188. Pandemics and Society
189. Review Symposium: Richard A. Settersten Jr, Glen H. Elder, Jr, and Lisa D. Pearce, 2021. Living on the Edge: the American Generation’s Journey through the 20th Century. University of Chicago Press.
190. Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on the 2020 Census: How Were Other Censuses Used and Saved?
191. Building the Ethnoracial Nation
192. Disability and Risk in the Workplace
193. Book Session: Mobilizing Mutations by Daniel Navon
194. Fighting for the Rights of Citizens
195. Production of Social Problems
196. Postcolonial Development: Legacies and Strategies
197. Dealing with Data
198. The politics of markets
199. Women, Power and Institutions
200. Land, Climate, Conflict and Mobility
201. Interpreations of Sex and Gender
202. The Carceral State and Crises of Capitalism and Governance in 1970s America

Saturday, November 13 / 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

203. Ideologies of Childhood
204. Classes and Politics: Contemporary Case Studies from the Global North to South
205. Author meets Critic Book Session: With Your Words in My Hands: The Letters of Antonietta Petris and Loris Palma, edited and translated by Sonia Cancian (McGill-Queen's University Press)
206. Inequality, Economic Stress, and Demographic Behavior: Sub-Session 2. Fertility and Mortality Responses to Economic Stress in the Modernizing World
207. Book Panel: Under the Banner of Islam: Turks, Kurds, and the Limits of Religious Unity (by Gulay Turkmen)
208. Politics of Schooling
209. Author Meets Critic: The Making of the Populist Movement by Adam Slez
210. Labor Migration and Technologies of Management
211. Theory and Methods in the Study of Culture
212. Global Money, Finance, and Neoliberalism
213. Demographic Response to Economic Circumstances
214. Questioning Racial Hierarchies at Work
215. Economics
216. Industries, Regulations and Subsidies
217. Gender and Law
218. Crime, Justice and Historical Criminology

Saturday, November 13 / 4:00 PM - 5:45 PM

219. Asians and the Construction of Ethnic Identities: Nationalism, Colonialism, and Power Relations
220. Race, Region, Place,
221. "Are Italians White"? Continuing to Debate Processes of Racialization across Time and Space
222. Inequality, Economic Stress, and Demographic Behavior: Sub-Session 3. Integrated views
223. Of Proletariats and Professors: Race, Labor, and Mobility
224. Liberalism and Tolerance in a Comparative and Historical Perspective
225. Author Meets Critics: How Green Became Good: Urbanized Nature and the Making of Cities and Citizens, by Hillary Angelo
226. Migrant Voices, Agency, and Resilience
227. Childhood and the "Healthful" Environment: Disease, Morality, and Reformation
228. Tastes and Consecration
229. Various aspects of Fertility
230. Project Roundtable: Mapping Historical New York City
231. Roundtable Book Discussion of Justice Deferred: Race and the Supreme Court by Orville Vernon Burton and Armand Derfner
232. Policing, Quotas and Slavery: Institutions and Discrimination
234. Gender, Race and Immigration

Sunday, November 14 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

235. Author Meets Critic: The Sociology of W. E. B. Du Bois: Racialized Modernity and the Global Color Line by Jose Itzigsohn and Karida Brown
236. Segregation and Sickness: Race and Health Inequalities
237. Migration, Regulation, Exclusion, and Control at and within Borders
238. The Thirtieth Anniversary of Preston and Haines’ Fatal Years – New Research and Appreciation (Session 1)
239. Childhood and Settler Colonialism
240. Settlement and Places
241. Conservative Backlash and Restrictions on Labor
242. Immigration Federalism and Anti-Immigrant Politics in the States
243. Organizational Structures and the Power of Workers
244. Cultural Constitution of Politics
245. Marriage and Partner Selection
246. Uncertainty, Crises, and Critical Junctures in the Political History of China and beyond
247. Land Prices in the Antebellum Mississippi and Missouri Valleys
248. Technology and Institutions: New Histories
249. Urban

Sunday, November 14 / 10:15 AM - 12:00 PM

250. Author Meets Critics: The Spectre of Race: How Discrimination Haunts Western Democracy, by Michael Hanchard. (In-Person Preferred)
251. New Perspectives on the Long Civil Rights Movement
252. The Economy and Markets of Migration Flows
253. The Thirtieth Anniversary of Preston and Haines’ Fatal Years – New Research and Appreciation (Session 2)
254. Questioning Gifts, Challenging Talent
255. Changes in Social Mobility and Inequality: A Historical Perspective.
256. Author Meets Critics: Bound by Creativity by Hannah Wohl
257. Urban Historical GIS
258. Cultural Making of Groups
259. Drawing Boundaries
260. Constructing National Knowledges
261. Save the Children?: Childhood, Charity, and Humanitarianism
262. Theorizing the political
263. Trade, Finance, Power and Market Structures
264. Rationalizing Land Use II (20th Century)
265. Fields of Expertise: Structure and Transformation