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

Session 173
Protests, Movements, Rebellions

1. Self-Fulfilling Grievances: Flemish War Casualties and the Front Movement during the First World WarThomas Gepts, University of California, Berkeley; Robert Braun, University of California, Berkeley.

2. Statecraft and Borderwork: Emerging Frontiers of Political and Social Representation in Colonial PunjabHarleen Kaur, Arizona State University.

3. How Insurgency Decreases Genocidal Violence: La Résistance and Jews in the HolocaustKasia Nalewajko, European University Institute.

4. Inequality, Climate Change, and Protests around the World, 1996-2020Regina Werum, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Shawn Ratcliff, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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