Sunday, November 20 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM Dearborn 3 (Floor 7)

Session 209
Between Marx and Mosca: The Critical Legacy of Elite Theory

Chair: Dylan Riley, University of California at Berkeley
Discussant: Rebecca Jean Emigh, UCLA

1. Cultural Brokers: Racial Equity Work in the Non-Profit SectorPatricia Banks, Mount Holyoke College.

2. Elites, Colonialism, and Markets in Historical PerspectiveAbhishek Chatterjee, Department of Political Science.

3. Decolonizing Porto? Learning from an Experimental and Collaborative Action-Research Project with the City’s Black CommunityLigia Ferro, Institute of Sociology, University of Porto, Portugal; Beatriz Lacerda, University of Porto, Portugal; Lydia Matthews, Curatorial Design Research Lab, Parsons School of Design/The New School, New York, USA.

4. Elite Conflict and Accelerated Political and Social Inequality in American Society: Class, Status, and Party in the Post-Trump EraGeoffrey Wood, Sociology Department, University of Pittsburgh, Greensburg.

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