Sessions

Thursday, November 17 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

1. Education, Knowledge and Science
2. Roundtable--Building and Using Shareable Infrastructure to Advance Historical GIS
3. Reverberations of Youth Migration across Centuries I
4. Author Meets Critic: A Strategic Nature: Public Relations and the Politics of American Environmentalism by Melissa Aronczyk and Maria I. Espinoza
5. Analyzing Modern Migrations in the Global Context
6. Subnational Politics 1: American Political Development, Reconsidered
7. Fiscal and Monetary States
8. Missing Girls, Sex Ratios at Birth and Economic Development: Evidence Across Europe
9. (Post-)Colonial Archipelagos: Comparing the Legacies of Spanish Colonialism
10. The Crisis of US Hegemony that Wasn't: the Dollar, Détente, and World Trade during the 1970s and 1980s

Thursday, November 17 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM

11. Archival Methods, Ethics, and Subjectivities
12. Education and Outreach
14. Labor Movements and Configurations of Racial Capitalism: Theorizing Race, Class, Gender in historical change
15. Forced Migration during World War II
16. (Dis)assembling the State: New Approaches to Studying State and Society
17. New Linked Data Infrastructure: Census Data, Registries, and Vital Records
18. Roundtable: The Rise and Decline of the Voting Rights Act: Perspectives from History, Political Science, Demography and Civil Rights Lawyers
19. Power and Normativity in Society and History (1): Racial Articulations across Spatial Regimes

Thursday, November 17 / 12:00 PM - 1:45 PM

21. Author Meets Critics: "Thinking like an Economist" by Elizabeth Popp Berman
22. Has Childhood Disappeared? A Critical Re-Examination of Postman's Work, on the Occasion of the 40th Anniversary of "The Disappearance of Childhood"
23. Author Meets Critic: Tad Skotnicki's 'The Sympathetic Consumer'
24. Comparative Histories of Infanticide and Child Murder in the Modern West
25. Framed by larger trends: Residential migration patterns
26. Author Meets Critics: "Redistributing the Poor: Jails, Hospitals, and the Crisis of Law and Fiscal Austerity" by Armando Lara-Millán
27. State Administration and Elites
28. Organization and Regulation: Unions, Barriers to Trade, and Consumer Organizations
29. Power and Normativity in Society and History (2): States in Comparative-Historical Perspective
30. Full Count Census Data I: Impact of Shocks on Demographic and Economic Outcomes

Thursday, November 17 / 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

31. Expertise and the U.S. State
32. From Empire to Empire State: Housing New York City over the Long Run
33. Modernity, Secularization, and Cultural Politics
34. Presidential Session - Labor and Inequality in Africa
35. Understanding Global Migration: Book Review Panel
36. U.S. and British Empire
37. Reflections on States and Violence
39. Power and Normativity in Society and History (3): Intellectuals, History, and the State
40. Presidential Session: Using Colonial and Missionary Data for Demography
41. Measuring the Fisc

Thursday, November 17 / 4:00 PM - 5:45 PM

42. Expertise and Cultures of Uncertainty
43. Institutions, Health, and the Environment
44. "Rethinking Paradigms of National Identities in Contemporary Children's Literature: Chilean Landscapes, Puerto Rican Girlhoods, Italian Heroes"
45. Power, Governance, and Political Economy
46. "The Geopolitics of Mobility: Immigration Policy and American Global Power in the Long Twentieth Century," Article Review Session
47. Author Meets Critics: "Worldmaking in the Long Great War: How Local and Colonial Struggles Shaped the Modern Middle East" by Jonathan Wyrtzen
48. Education and the International
49. Politics, Finance, and Imperial State Formation in the Early Modern World
50. Power and Normativity in Society and History (4): the Historicity of Capitalism
51. Long Term Studies on Intergenerational Effects on Mobility and Fertility
52. State Capacity
53. Roundtable: Recent Research on Race and Appraisal, Finance, and Real Estate
54. Governing the City
55. Presidential Session: The US South: Colonialism, Internal Colonialism, and Uneven Development

Friday, November 18 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

13. Presidential Session - Missionaries and Empire
20. Leveraging Names in Full Count Census Data
56. Expertise and the Representation of Racial Inequality and Difference
57. Trauma
59. Author Meets Critic: The Paradox of Violence in Venezuela: Revolution, Crime and Policing during Chavismo, by David Smilde, Veronica Zubillaga and Rebecca Hanson
60. Migration Theory: Talking Across Disciplines, Book Review Panel
61. Presidential Session: New Perspectives in Postcolonial Social Theory
62. Critical Perspectives on U.S. Historical Development
63. Asian and Middle Eastern Politics
64. Finance and Empire
66. Populations under Pressure Session (I): Forced Labor, Slavery and Its Continued Effects on Colonial Societies
67. Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental

Friday, November 18 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM

38. Book Panel: Art Carden & Deirdre N. McCloskey: Leave Me Alone and I’ll Make You Rich How the Bourgeois Deal Enriched the World
69. Book Roundtable on Revolutions at Home: The Origin of Modern Childhood and the German Middle Class by Emily Bruce
70. Book Panel: Sacred Kingship in World History: Between Immanence and Transcendence (A. Azfar Moin and Alan Strathern)
71. The Politics of Art/Aesthetics
72. Good Jobs, Bad Jobs
73. Author Meets Critics: 'Delivery as Dispossession' by Zachary Levenson
74. Full Count Census Data II: Record Linkage and Databases
75. The Happiest Country in the World Under Construction: New Historical Economics on Finnish Development
76. Perspectives on German and U.S. Imperialism
77. Race and the Long Shadow of European Nationalism
78. Populations under Pressure Session (II): Forced Labor, Slavery and Its Continued Effects on Colonial Societies
79. The Path to Marriage
80. Author Meets Critic - Vrushali Patil (2022): Webbed Connectivities: The Imperial Sociology of Sex, Gender, and Sexuality, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press
81. Activism and Queer Historiography
210. Mapping Spatial Microdata

Friday, November 18 / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

82. Network Meeting - Childhood and Youth
83. Network Meeting - Crime, Justice and the Law
84. Network Meeting - Culture
85. Network Meeting - Economics
86. Network Meeting - Education, Knowledge and Science
87. Network Meeting - Family Demography
88. Network Meeting - Health, Medicine and Body
89. Network Meeting - Historical Geography and GIS
90. Network Meeting - Labor
91. Network Meeting - Macrohistorical Dynamics

Friday, November 18 / 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

92. Network Meeting - Migration/Immigration
93. Network Meeting - Politics
94. Network Meeting - Public Finance
95. Network Meeting - Race and Ethnicity
96. Network Meeting - Religion
97. Network Meeting - Rural, Agricultural and Environmental
98. Network Meeting - States and Society
99. Network Meeting - Urban
100. Network Meeting - Women, Gender and Sexuality
101. Network Meeting - Data Infrastructure

Friday, November 18 / 1:45 PM - 3:30 PM

102. Colonization, Race and Education
103. Project Development
104. Religious Encounters and Meaning
105. Presidential Session - Empire, Anti-Imperialism and Revolution
106. Race and Gender in Labor History
107. Erving Goffman and the Historians: Contributions of Interactionism to the Study of the Relationships between States, Institutions and Populations
108. Sustaining Social Science Infrastructure Into the Future: A Roundtable Discussion
110. Withered Relevance of Historical Social Sciences at Times of Global Crises?
111. Theoretical Perspectives on Race
112. Book Session: An Ugly Word: Rethinking Race in Italy and the United States by Ann Morning and Marcello Maneri
113. The Impact of Birth: Maternal Mortality, Life Expectancy and Survival
114. Author Meets Critic - In Memoriam - Jeffrey Escoffier: Sex, Society and the Making of Pornography: The Pornographic Object of Knowledge, Rutgers University Press, 2021

Friday, November 18 / 3:45 PM - 5:30 PM

115. Colonial Influence on the Institutional Formation of Social Science
116. Young People and the Environment
117. Law and order: rhetorics, narratives and social construction
118. Presidential Session: Contexts of Reception in Global and Historical Perspective
119. Quantitative Transnational Approaches to Migrations and Persecutions: A Renewal in Migration Studies
120. Subnational Politics 2: The Actually Existing Safety Net
121. Regions of State Formation
122. Complicating Concepts of Growth
123. Cold War Ontologies (1/2)
124. Upending the Color Line: Towards a Du Boisian Sociological Methodology
125. Presidential Session: Empire, Energy, and Environment
126. Gender Concepts and Historical Structures
127. Multidimensional perspectives on Women's Movements

Friday, November 18 / 5:45 PM - 7:30 PM

128. Presidential Session - Reverberations of Youth Migration across Centuries II
129. Classification Struggles I: Fields, Markets, and Morality
130. Author Meets Critic: "The Migration-Development Regime: How Class Shapes Indian Emigration" by Rina Agarwala
131. Book panel: Phillip A. Hough _At the Margins of the Global Market: Making Commodites, Workers, and Crisis in Rural Colombia_ (Cambridge University Press 2022)
132. Economic Value in the Post-Colonial State: Egypt, India, and China
133. European Politics
134. Contemporary United States Politics
135. Book Panel: Clash of Empires: From "Chimerica" to the "New Cold War" by Ho-fung Hung
136. Cold War Efflorescences (2/2)
137. Transhistorical Approaches to Race and Racism in Germany and Beyond
138. Author Meets Critic: Managing Medical Authority: How Doctors Compete for Status and Create Knowledge by Daniel A. Menchik
139. The Impact of Cohesion: Single Households, Marriage Premium and in-Laws.
140. International Perspectives on Women's Movements

Saturday, November 19 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

141. Contested Values in Fields of Expertise
142. Geographies of Segregation and Inequality I
143. Author Meets Critics/ "How Civic Action Works: Fighting for Housing in Los Angeles" by Paul Lichterman (Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2021)
144. Ideologies of Childhood
145. Exclusion and Symbolic Politics
146. Theorizing and Historicizing Revolutionary and Counter-Revolutionary Actors: Lessons from Modern and Contemporary Revolutions
147. Conceptualizing State-Making
148. Dividents of Disasters: Disease, Fire, Imperialism
149. Politics of Civilizations and Empires
150. Settler Colonialism and Taxation
151. The Impact of Mothers, Neighborhoods and Disability on later-Life Outcomes
152. Author Meets Critic - Claudia Franziska Brühwiler, Out of a Gray Fog: Ayn Rand's Europe Lexington 2021
153. Urban

Saturday, November 19 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM

58. Author Meets Critics: Rally 'Round the Flag: The Search for National Honor and Respect in Times of Crisis by Yuval Feinstein
154. Author Meets Critics: "The Birth Certificate: An American History" by Susan Pearson
155. Regional Development and Inequality
156. Book Panel: Bound Together: The Secularization of Turkey's Literary Fields and the Western Promise of Freedom by Baris Büyükokutan
157. Children as Political Agents and Subjects
159. Presidential Session: New Directions in the Critical Study of Global Counterinsurgency and the Police-Military Continuum
160. Innovations in Data Infrastructure
161. Mining and Industry
162. Author Meets Critics: "Capitalism and the Emergence of Civic Equality in Eighteenth-Century France," by William H.Sewell, Jr
163. Author-Meets-Critics: The Politics of Surviving by Paige Sweet
164. Dispossession and Migration: Perspectives on the Role of Courts and Displacement in Historical Perspective
165. Gender: Work in Progress
166. Healthcare and Health Insurance in Domestic and Imperial Settings
167. Place attachment and social science history

Saturday, November 19 / 12:00 PM - 1:45 PM

109. Book Panel: Claudia Goldin: Career and Family: Women’s Century-Long Journey toward Equity
168. Presidential Session - Young People and Colonial Regimes
169. Labor Action, Labor Organizing
170. Measuring and Assessing Crime and Punishment
171. Presidential Session - The Future(s) of Historical Social Science
172. Migration, Refuge and Imperial Geopolitics: New Perspectives
173. Protests, Movements, Rebellions
174. Colonialism and Empire
175. Theory and History of Empires in Eurasia: Past and Present
176. New Directions in Historical Sociology
177. Presidential Session - Rethinking Empires in and of Asia
178. Gender Crises in Past and Present: Grappling with Shame and Identity during Times of Upheaval
179. Escaping the Bad? Demographic Consequences and Migration Outcomes
180. Transnationality and Gender I

Saturday, November 19 / 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

181. Expertise, the State, and the Past
182. Geographies of Segregation and Inequality II
183. Politics and Social Change in Catholic Contexts
184. Classification Struggles II: Rethinking Fundamental Concepts
185. Foodways, Tourism, and "Adventure": Migration and the expansion of "culture"
186. Theorizing the State’s Many Hands: How States Build, Reconfigure and Deploy Power
187. Engaging War in Ukraine: Scholarly and Pedagogical Interventions
188. Book Panel: J. Bradford DeLong: Book Session: Slouching Towards Utopia: An Economic History of the Twentieth Century
189. Author Meets Critic: How China Escaped Shock Therapy: The Market Reform Debate by Isabella Weber
190. Race, Racism,
192. Presidential Session: Renegades and Castaways: Towards a Decolonized Sociology
193. Transnationality and Gender II
194. Motherhood and Early State Socialism in East-Central Europe
205. Author Meets Critic: 'The Maternalists: Psychoanalysis, Motherhood, and the British Welfare State' by Shaul Bar-Haim

Saturday, November 19 / 4:00 PM - 5:45 PM

191. Book Panel: "The Bricks Before Brown" by Marisela Martinez-Cola
195. Author Meets Critics: "The Colonial Origins of French Sociology" by George Steinmetz
196. Archive Stories and Questions of Silence
197. Flexible Work and Trade Union Responses in the Netherlands
198. Presidential Session - Anticolonial Imaginaries and the Politics of Decolonization
199. Migrant Instability and the Politics of Uncertainty
200. Presidential Session - Author Meets Critics: Bread and Freedom: Egypt's Revolutionary Situation, by Mona El-Ghobashy
201. New Frontiers in Social Science Historical Methods
202. Problems with Measuring Relative Worth over Time
203. Movements and Conflicts in World-Historical Perspectives
204. The Poisoned Chalice: The Potential and Paradoxes of anti-Colonial Knowledge Production
206. Care of and Death Among the Elderly
207. American Women Writers and Fictional Heroines
208. Tax, Resistance, and Politics

Sunday, November 20 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

209. In and Beyond Colonial Archives
212. Classification Struggles III: Memory and History
213. Mapping Migration Pathways
214. Neoliberalism, Authoritarianism, and the Post-Neoliberal
215. Global Connections of Class
216. State and Local Politics in the United States
217. Between Marx and Mosca: The Critical Legacy of Elite Theory
218. Holding Health Professionals Accountable
219. Public Finance and the U.S. welfare state

Sunday, November 20 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM

220. Author Meets Critics: "Allies and Rivals: German-American Exchange and the Rise of the Modern Research University" by Emily J. Levine
221. Cross-Border Labor Recruitment in the Age of Decolonization
222. Book panel: The Flag and the Cross: White Christian Nationalism and the Threat to American Democracy
223. Author Meets Critic: "On the Other Shore: Italians in South America during the Great War" by John Galante
224. U.S. Empire in Latin America and the Caribbean
225. Dynamics of Political Conflict in Middle Eastern States
226. Mobilizing Census Data: Key Infrastructure Developments
227. War and Politics
228. Author Meets Critic: Book "Creolizing the Modern. Transylvania across Empires" by Anca Parvulescu and Manuela Boatca
229. Public Health and Race
230. Author Meets Critic: Stacked Decks by Robin Bartram