Saturday, November 19 / 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM Clark 9 (Floor 7)

Session 181
Theorizing the State’s Many Hands: How States Build, Reconfigure and Deploy Power

Chair: James Sparrow, University of Chicago
Discussant: James Sparrow, University of Chicago

1. Immigration Enforcement and the Construction of State PowerKimberly Morgan, The George Washington University.

2. Historical Institutionalism, Feminist State Theories and Policy Transformation: Understanding Change in Gendered Labor PoliciesAnn Orloff, Northwestern University.

3. Morality within the State: Frontline Decision-Making in Us Asylum AdjudicationsTalia Shiff, Tel-Aviv University.

4. Slow Rights: State Power and Market Pressure in the Realization of Health and Disability RightsJane Pryma, University of Connecticut.

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