Saturday, November 19 / 4:00 PM - 5:45 PM Dearborn 3 (Floor 7)

Session 197
Movements and Conflicts in World-Historical Perspectives

Chair: Hiroko Inoue, University of California, Riverside

1. Waves of Conflict and Changes in the Power Configuration in the East Asian World-System, 1800 Ce-1830 Ce.Hiroko Inoue, University of California, Riverside; Chris Chase-Dunn, University of California, Riverside.

2. Fishing for Souls: Multiplex Networks and Contested Influence in the Adoption of the Early ReformationSteven Pfaff, University of Washington, Seattle; Sascha Becker, Economics, Monash University; Yuan Hsiao, University of Washington, Seattle; Jared Rubin, Economics, Chapman University.

3. Taxation without Contestation: How the Creation of New Tax System in the Post-Socialist Poland Was DepoliticizedMarcin Serafin, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences/Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies.

4. From Legalism to Civil Disobedience: Repertoire Changes and the Collapse of a Hegemonic RegimeI-Lun Shih, university of Michigan.

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