1. Childhood and Youth

103. Public Policy and the Remaking of the American Family, 1900-1940 Chappel
104. Book Panel: Youth Squad Alexander
105. Book Roundtable: Revolutions at Home: The Origin of Modern Childhood and the German Middle Class by Emily Bruce Dillenburg
106. Book Roundtable: The Moral Project of Childhood by Daniel Cook Dillenburg
107. Book Roundtable: Children and Youth as Subject, Object, Agent Dillenburg
108. Politics of Schooling vashist
110. Childhood and the "Healthful" Environment: Disease, Morality, and Reformation Alexander
111. Childhood and Settler Colonialism Alexander
112. Save the Children?: Childhood, Charity, and Humanitarianism Alexander
113. Childhood and Nationalism Alexander
114. Talking about My Generation: Youth Crisis and Conflict Alexander
115. Childhood in Times of Turbulence Alexander
116. Contestations over Child Rights and Welfare Alexander
117. Youth Activism Alexander
118. Ideologies of Childhood Alexander
119. Childhood and Biopolitics Alexander

2. Crime, Justice and the Law

202. The Carceral State and Crises of Capitalism and Governance in 1970s America Agee
203. Gender, Race and Immigration Shiff
204. Police and investigative techniques Shiff
205. Crime policy and mass incarceration Shiff
206. Crime, Justice and Historical Criminology Shiff

3. Culture

301. Cultural Entrepreneurs Arnold/Büyükokutan/Dromi
302. Author Meets Critic: Breaching the Civil Order: Radicalism and the Civil Sphere, Edited by Jeffrey Alexander, Trevor Stack and Farhad Khosrokhavar Kane
303. Author Meets Critics: City of the Good: Nature, Religion, and the Ancient Search for What Is Right by Michael M. Bell Dromi
304. Crisis and Social Transformation Xu
305. Author Meets Critic: Ruling Culture: Art Police, Tomb Robbers, and the Rise of Cultural Power in Italy by Fiona Greenland Slez
306. Author Meets Critics: "Model Cases. On Canonical Research Objects and Sites", by Monika Krause Monika
307. Temporalities I: Global Politics and Temporality Mukerji
308. Temporalities II: Political Practices of Stopping Time Mukerji
309. Author Meets Critics: Bound by Creativity by Hannah Wohl Greenland
310. Author Meets Critics: How Green Became Good: Urbanized Nature and the Making of Cities and Citizens, by Hillary Angelo Dromi
311. Book Session: Entitled: Discriminating Tastes and the Expansion of the Arts Büyükokutan
312. Reimagining Research Traditions: New Approaches to Method and Measurement Reyes
313. Tastes and Consecration Dromi
314. Cultural Constitution of Politics Dromi
315. Drawing Boundaries Dromi
316. Production of Social Problems Dromi
317. Cultural Making of Groups Dromi
318. Theory and Methods in the Study of Culture Dromi

4. Economics

401. Economics Meyer/Saaritsa/Eloranta/Burnett
402. Technology and Development in Late Twentieth-Century China Keliher
403. Historical Record Linkage: New Methods and Sources Eriksson
404. Topics in Marriage Market Outcomes Niemesh
405. The Neoliberal Moment in East Asia Keliher
406. New Complete Count Canadian Census data Inwood
407. Innovation and Disruption: Beyond Creative Destruction Meyer
408. Conceptualizing Economic Development Meyer
409. Land, Climate, Conflict and Mobility Meyer
410. Land and Labor in the Age of Mass Migration Meyer
411. Persistent Effects of Inequality and Deprivation Meyer
412. Inequality, Wealth and Poverty Meyer
413. Financial Markets Meyer
414. Industries, Regulations and Subsidies Meyer
415. Trade, Finance, Power and Market Structures Meyer
416. The Demographic Effects of Shocks, Stress and Economic Development Meyer
417. The Consequences of Epidemics Meyer
418. Health, Public Intervention and Insurance Meyer
419. Determinants of Female Labour Market Outcomes Meyer
420. Women, Power and Institutions Meyer
421. Policing, Quotas and Slavery: Institutions and Discrimination Meyer
422. Pay, Productivity and Discrimination Meyer
423. Technology and Institutions: New Histories Meyer

5. Education, Knowledge and Science

502. STS Lessons for Policy Impact Griffen
503. Expertise at the Intersection of Biology and Social Science Griffen
504. Expertise: Bureaucracy, Field, State Griffen
505. Fields of Expertise: Structure and Transformation Griffen
506. Expertise: Classification and Power within Organizations Griffen
507. Author Meets Critic: The Western Disease: Contesting Autism in the Somali Diaspora by Claire Laurier Decoteau Sweet
508. Author Meets Critic: Book On the Heels of Ignorance: Psychiatry and the Politics of Not Knowing by Author Owen Whooley. Craciun
509. Author Meets Critic: -The University and the Global Knowledge Society- by David John Frank and John W. Meyer Stevens
511. Book Session: Mobilizing Mutations by Daniel Navon Griffen
512. Author Meets Critics: Eric Lybeck, The University Revolution: Outline of a Processual Theory Baker
514. Education at High-Tide: The 1970s Revisited Lybeck
515. Economic and Ideological Underpinnings of Higher Education Baker/Chappel
516. Interrogating Innovation and Invention Baker
517. Questioning Gifts, Challenging Talent Baker
518. Roundtable Discussion: Teaching with Interdisciplinary Research Published in Social Science History Baker
519. Constructing National Knowledges Baker
520. Curriculum and Career, Discipline and Disruption Baker

6. Family Demography

601. Family, Fertility, and Mortality Nagata/Zijdeman
603. Vocabularies. Exploring Shared Names for Default Variables across Databases Zijdeman
604. Korean Families in Crisis Prior-20th Century Han
605. Men, Women and Inheritance Moring
606. Jewish Social Mobility and Integration (1850-1940) Kok
607. Inequality, Economic Stress, and Demographic Behavior: Sub-Session 1. Balancing Economic Stress in the Pre-Modern World. Bengtsson/Dribe/Lee/Campbell
608. Worklife Balance for Females in Preindustrial Societies Facing Crisis Fauve Chamoux
609. Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on the 2020 Census: How Were Other Censuses Used and Saved? Beveridge
610. Inequality, Economic Stress, and Demographic Behavior: Sub-Session 2. Fertility and Mortality Responses to Economic Stress in the Modernizing World Bengtsson/Dribe/Lee/Campbell
611. Inequality, Economic Stress, and Demographic Behavior: Sub-Session 3. Integrated views Bengtsson/Dribe/Lee/Campbell
612. The Thirtieth Anniversary of Preston and Haines’ Fatal Years – New Research and Appreciation (Session 1) Hacker
613. The Thirtieth Anniversary of Preston and Haines’ Fatal Years – New Research and Appreciation (Session 2) Hacker
615. Book Session: Emily Merchant on "Building the Population Bomb" Gutmann
616. Intergenerational Mobility: Evidence from Linked U.S. Full Count Census Data Nelson
617. Impacts of Policies and Migration on Educational Outcomes: Evidence from U.S. Full Count Census Data Nelson
618. Community Demographic and Economic Patterns: Evidence from U.S. Full Count Census Data Nelson
619. Vocabularies. Exploring Shared Names for Default Variables across Databases II Zijdeman
620. Urban Families Nagata
621. Dealing with Data Nagata
622. Demographic Response to Economic Circumstances Nagata
623. Various aspects of Fertility Nagata
624. Marriage and Partner Selection Nagata
626. New Perspectives on Migration and Mobility Nagata

7. Health, Medicine and Body

701. Health, Medicine and Body Tatarek/Caron
702. Governing Health under Uncertainty Xiang
703. Exclusionary Inclusion Sweet
704. Caring for the Healthy, Sick, and Elderly Tatarek
705. From Changes in Health Practitioners to Medical Narratives Tatarek
706. Fertility, Mortality, Plagues and Epidemics Tatarek

8. Historical Geography and GIS

801. Geographies of Politics, Conflict, and Segregation Kennedy/Trepal
802. Health and Hazards I : Pandemic Geographies Kennedy
803. Health and Hazards II : Spatial & Historical Perspectives Kennedy
804. Project Development Kennedy
805. Urban Economics Kennedy
806. Migrants and Immigration Experiences Kennedy
807. Project Roundtable: Mapping Historical New York City Kennedy
808. Settlement and Places Kennedy
809. Urban Historical GIS Kennedy
810. The Philadelphia Social History Project: A Retrospective Trepal

9. Labor

902. Author Meets Critic: The Education Trap: Schools and the Remaking of Inequality in Boston, by Cristina Groeger Groeger
903. Book Session Winant
904. Changes in Social Mobility and Inequality: A Historical Perspective. Song
905. Health Care Work: Contradictions and Possibilities of the Largest US Labor Market Winant
906. The International Labor Organization beyond Europe: Out of Reach or Out of Touch? Jensen
907. Disability and Risk in the Workplace Groeger
908. Organizational Structures and the Power of Workers Groeger
909. The Political Economy of Gender at Work Groeger
910. The Politics of Training and Hiring Practices Groeger
911. Conservative Backlash and Restrictions on Labor Groeger
912. Questioning Racial Hierarchies at Work Groeger

10. Macrohistorical Dynamics

1002. "Reframing Empires, Decolonizing Disciplines: Rethinking Method in a Time of Crisis.” Doyle
1003. Capitalizing on the Crisis of Socialism: The Pathways of China's Reform Reconsidered Xu
1004. Doing Global Historical Sociology Lawson
1005. Book Panel: Tea War-A History of Capitalism in China and India (Yale University Press) Hung
1006. What Was the Cold War? Sendroiu/Stevens
1007. US-China Relation in Flux: Past, Present, Future Hung
1008. Power and Normativity in Society and History: Power, Religion, and Subjectivity Stuart Brundage
1009. Power and Normativity in Society and History: Capitalism and Socialism Stuart Brundage
1010. Power and Normativity in Society and History: Emergency, Exception, and War Stuart Brundage
1011. Power and Normativity in Society and History: Sovereignty and Performance Stuart Brundage
1013. Events and Crisis in Concept and Practice I Hung
1014. Events and Crisis in Concept and Practice II Hung
1015. Institutions and Social Change Hung
1016. Science, Prediction, and Historiography Hung
1017. Concrete Circuits of Ideational Power, Print and Digital Hung
1018. U.S. Empire Reconsidered Hung
1019. Innovation, Law, and Value in Global Capitalism Hung
1020. Socialism, Capitalism, and the State Hung
1021. Climate and Ecology in World History Hung
1022. Empire and Its Perils Hung
1023. States, Elite, and Capital Hung
1024. Institutions and Elite in China Hung

11. Migration/Immigration

1101. Author Meets Critic: On Many Routes. Internal, European, and Transatlantic Migration in the Late Habsburg Empire by Annemarie Steidl Zanoni/Condit-Shrestha/Waldron
1102. Book Session: America for Americans by Erika Lee Marinari
1103. Rethinking the Jewish Exodus from Arab Countries: A Network Perspective Goldstein-Sabbah
1104. Immigration Policy, Household Workers, and the Politics of Reproductive Labor Urban
1105. Author Meets Critic: Unwanted: Italian and Jewish Mobilization against Restrictive Immigration Laws, 1882–1965 by Maddalena Marinari Hester
1106. Citizenship, Naturalization, and Democracy: Learning from the Late-19th and Early-20th Century United States Shanahan
1107. Author Meets Critic Book Session: Emotional Landscapes: Love, Gender, and Migration, edited by Marcelo Borges, Sonia Cancian, Linda Reeder (University of Illinois Press) Cancian
1108. 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. Condit-Shrestha
1109. 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) Cancian
1110. "Are Italians White"? Continuing to Debate Processes of Racialization across Time and Space Jackson
1111. Immigration Federalism and Anti-Immigrant Politics in the States Varsanyi
1112. Migrant Voices, Agency, and Resilience Zanoni
1113. Labor Migration and Technologies of Management Zanoni
1114. Migrant, Ethnic and National Identity Formation and Knowledge Production Zanoni
1115. Fighting for the Rights of Citizens Zanoni
1116. Food Migration: Tourism, Consumption, Performance Zanoni
1118. Going the Distance: Comparative Settler Colonialisms across Time and Space Zanoni
1119. Negotiating Historical Narrative Zanoni
1120. Nation-Making through Empire, Settlement, and Revolution Zanoni
1121. New Constructs, Old Data, and Incorporating Immigrants Zanoni
1122. Logics of Rescue and the Illogics of Refugee Policies Zanoni
1123. Migration, Regulation, Exclusion, and Control at and within Borders Zanoni
1124. The Economy and Markets of Migration Flows Zanoni

12. Politics

1203. Author Meets Critic: Populism in the Civil Sphere by Jeffrey C. Alexander, Peter Kivisto, Giuseppe Sciortino Lo
1204. Author Meets Critic: The Making of the Populist Movement by Adam Slez Greenland
1205. Roundtable Book Discussion of Justice Deferred: Race and the Supreme Court by Orville Vernon Burton and Armand Derfner Burton
1206. Author Meets Critics: Daniel Carpenter's Democracy by Petition Carpenter
1207. Democratic Regression in Comparative-Historical Perspective Kuhonta
1208. Uncertainty, Crises, and Critical Junctures in the Political History of China and beyond Zhang
1209. Parties, leadership Thurber
1210. Colonial imperialism, exploitation Thurber
1211. Politics Thurber
1212. Theorizing the political Thurber
1213. Contentious Politics Thurber
1214. Comparative analysis of political institutions Thurber
1215. Democratization, democratic ideology Thurber
1216. The politics of markets Thurber

13. Public Finance

1301. From the Top: Elites and Fiscal Policy Making Barnes/Michelmore
1302. Taxation for Representation Martin
1303. The Changing Politics of Child Benefits Michelmore
1304. Global Diffusion of Fiscal Invention: The Value-Added Tax in the European Community, France, and the United States Mozumi
1305. Housing Policy in the Late 20th Century Kakegai

14. Race and Ethnicity

1402. Empire, Citizenship and Racial Subjectivity Hammer
1403. Asians and the Construction of Ethnic Identities: Nationalism, Colonialism, and Power Relations Seah
1404. Author Meets Critic: The Sociology of W. E. B. Du Bois: Racialized Modernity and the Global Color Line by Jose Itzigsohn and Karida Brown Rodríguez-Muñiz
1405. Author Meets Critics: The Spectre of Race: How Discrimination Haunts Western Democracy, by Michael Hanchard. (In-Person Preferred) Harris
1406. Public Policy and the Remaking of the American Family, 1900-1940 Chappel
1407. Of Proletariats and Professors: Race, Labor, and Mobility Jewell
1408. Building the Ethnoracial Nation Jewell
1409. Race-Making and the Socio-Legal Imaginary Jewell
1410. Race, Region, Place, Jewell
1411. Segregation and Sickness: Race and Health Inequalities Jewell
1412. New Perspectives on the Long Civil Rights Movement Jewell

15. Religion

1502. Author Meets Critics - Above the Fray: The Red Cross and the Making of the Humanitarian NGO Sector Saeed
1503. Rethinking Max Weber for a New Sociology of Religion Saeed
1504. Liberalism and Tolerance in a Comparative and Historical Perspective Saeed
1505. Organizing for Change: Ecumenism, Inclusion and Morality Saeed
1506. Author Meets Critics: Birth Control Battles: How Race and Class Divided American Religion, by Melissa J. Wilde Mayrl
1507. Book Panel: Under the Banner of Islam: Turks, Kurds, and the Limits of Religious Unity (by Gulay Turkmen) Peker
1508. Book Panel: Islam, Authoritarianism, and Underdevelopment (by Ahmet Kuru) Peker
1509. Author Meets Critic: “Agents of God: Boundaries and Authority in Muslim and Christian Schools” by Jeffrey Guhin Braunstein

16. Rural, Agricultural and Environmental

1601. Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental Leonard/MacFadyen
1602. Perceptions of Climate Change in the Nineteenth Century Schnicke
1603. Technology, Politics, and Rural Labor in the 19th and 20th Century South Kyriakoudes
1604. Perspectives on Regional Development in the U.S. South Kyriakoudes
1605. Land Prices in the Antebellum Mississippi and Missouri Valleys Leonard
1606. Expert and Local Knowledge in Land Use Leonard
1607. Rationalizing Land Use I (1600-1918) Leonard
1608. Rationalizing Land Use II (20th Century) Leonard

17. States and Society

1701. Citizensip: Histories of Exclusion and Processes of Change Cohen/Ackerman/Gill/Noy
1703. Quantifying anti-Semitic Persecutions, from the 1930s to the Holocaust ZALC
1704. Decolonizing Sociology From South Asia Vijayakumar
1705. Can Revolutions Be Permanent? New Approaches to Assessing Revolutionary Outcomes Alemzadeh
1706. Author Meets Critics: Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition Across Southeast Asia by Diana Kim. Morgan
1707. Policing and Empire Go
1708. The Premodern History of Money in Global Perspective Nye
1709. The New Deal Order and the Origins of Neoliberalism Barker
1710. Author-meets-critics: Brewing Resistance: Indian Coffee House and the Emergency in Postcolonial India (Cambridge University Press 2020) Plys
1711. Environmental Policy in Subnational Contexts Basseches
1712. Author Meets Critics: Figures of the Future: Latino Civil Rights and the Politics of Demographic Change, by Michael Rodríguez-Muñiz de Leon
1713. Concepts in the Periphery: Repurposing Social Theory in Non-Western Contexts (in-person preferred) Harris
1714. Boundary Making and Resistance: Categorization and Classification Struggles in Africa, Asia, and the Americas Bohrt
1715. Author Meets Critics/Book Power in Modernity: Agency Relations and the Creative Destruction of the King's Two Bodies by Isaac Ariail Reed Adams
1716. Author Meets Critics: Capable Women, Incapable States: Negotiating Violence and Rights in India by Poulami Roychowdhury Orloff
1717. Empire, Industry and State Finance in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries Kumekawa
1718. Who Governs?: Power and Policymaking in the States Lotesta
1719. State Politics: Social and Educational Policy Pacewicz
1720. “Author Meets Critic: The Genesis of Rebellion by Michael Hechter and Steven Pfaff” Braun
1721. Critical Junctures, Contingent Futures: Mapping a Future for American Political Development Lieberman
1722. Elites Networks: Business, Politics, and Civil Society Cohen
1723. Making States and Statistics Cohen
1724. Classes and Politics: Contemporary Case Studies from the Global North to South Cohen
1725. Assessing Revolutionary Situations and Outcomes Cohen
1726. Theory, History, and States Cohen
1727. Postcolonial Development: Legacies and Strategies Cohen
1728. Pandemics and Society Cohen
1729. Global Money, Finance, and Neoliberalism Cohen

18. Urban

1801. Urban Diwakar/Levenson
1802. Rights, Resistance, and Creative Destruction: Historical Narratives in Housing and Community Space Pasciuti
1803. From LA to Detroit Diwakar
1804. Social Struggles in the City Diwakar

19. Women, Gender and Sexuality

1902. Submission made by accident. Please disregard. Gokmenoglu
1903. Classifying States, Gender, and the Creation of the Deserving and Undeserving Orloff
1904. Historicizing the Normal Vallgårda
1905. Armed Self-Defense in Recent America: Intersectional Perspectives Lüthi
1906. Book Forum: The Biopolitics of Gender and Medicine Underman
1907. Women in American Individualist Politics Vukadinovic
1908. Cultural and Creative Industries. Gendered Histories, Structures and Interventions Grisard
1909. From Rebel-Girls to Radical Girlhood: Re-Thinking Repertoires of Control and Resistance from the Late-18th to 21st Century Maynes
1910. Gender and Queer Theory: Discourses Grisard
1911. Sex, Gender and Power Grisard
1912. Women's Movement Grisard
1913. Gender and Law Grisard
1914. Interpreations of Sex and Gender Grisard

21. SSHA Sessions