Friday, November 18 / 1:45 PM - 3:30 PM Dearborn 3 (Floor 7)

Session 105
Withered Relevance of Historical Social Sciences at Times of Global Crises?

Chair: N. Yasemin Bavbek, Brown University
Discussant: N. Yasemin Bavbek, Brown University
Discussant: Veda Hyunjin Kim, University of Massachusetts Amherst

1. A Constant Sorrow: The Black Freedom Struggle and Organized Labor in Comparative Historical PerspectiveCedric de Leon, University of Massachusetts Amherst.

2. Covid-19 and the Problem of the Global Color LineZophia Edwards, Johns Hopkins University.

3. Set in Motion Through a Great Calamity:' Health, Postwar Crisis, and State-Formation in Early Mandate PalestineOmri Tubi, Northwestern University.

4. Triangulation of Experience, Knowledge, and Power: Critical Reanalysis of Knowledge Production across Time and SpaceFatma Müge Göçek , University of Michigan; AunRika Tucker-Shabazz, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.

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