Saturday, November 13 / 4:00 PM - 5:45 PM Concerto B (Third Level)

Session 223
Of Proletariats and Professors: Race, Labor, and Mobility

Chair: Michael Calderon-Zaks, University of California, San Diego

1. "Longest Line of Communications Ever Employed...Perhaps the Most Vulnerable:” Comparing Racialized Labor Mobilizations from Periphery to Railroads for the Atlantic Powers’ during World War IMichael Calderon-Zaks, University of California, San Diego.

2. What’s Merit Got to Do with It? Historicizing U.S Faculty Evaluations and Institutional Racism in the Elite U.S. ProfessoriatePrabhdeep S. Kehal, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

3. Race and Class in France: The Case of Moroccan Coal Miners (1950s-1980s)Anton Perdoncin, CNRS (Cens, Nantes University), ERC Lubartworld.

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