Sessions

Thursday, November 16 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

1. American Association for Higher Education, Corporate & District of Columbia Reports
2. Asian Americans
3. Capitalism, Neoliberalism, and the State in Southeast Asia
4. Book Roundtable on the Cambridge World History of Genocide
5. The History and Politics of State Perception
6. Religion, Power, and Culture in European History
7. Presidential Session: Women and Family Collaboration in the Pursuit of Wellbeing
8. Representations of Race: Visual Approaches to Histories of Inequality in America
9. Politics and Legitimation in Genomic Knowledge Production
10. Constructing and Obstructing Community
11. Racialized Identity and Pain
12. Politics and Partisanship
13. Race, Class, and Labor Market Inequality
14. Measurement Issues in Historical Data
15. Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental
17. Power and Normativity in Society and History (1): Performativity and the State

Thursday, November 16 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM

18. Book Panel: Capital Shortage: Credit and Indian Economic Development, 1920-1960
19. Global Migrations
20. The Dynamics of Finance, Wealth, and Inequality in Macrohistorical Perspective
21. Author Meets Critics: The Punishment of Pirates: Interpretation and Institutional Order in the Early Modern British Empire (University of Chicago Press, 2022) by Matthew Norton
22. Race and the Classificatory Power of the State
23. Household Structure and Kinship Networks
24. New Perspectives on Mob Violence in the South
25. Social Studies of Economic Expertise
26. Sovereignty as a Cultural Project
27. Oral Health and Hygiene
28. Money, Politics, and the State
29. Social Reproduction Politics and the Boundaries of Economic Rights
30. History of Data and Statistics
31. The Power of Symbols. Challenging or Stabilizing the Social Order?
32. Presidential Session: Environmental Justice and Public Health
33. Power and Normativity in Society and History (2): Arendt, Modernity, and the Human Sciences

Thursday, November 16 / 1:15 PM - 3:00 PM

34. Book Panel: Revolutions in Cuba and Venezuela: One Hope, Two Realities
35. Labor Migrations in North America
36. Land and Empire in North Africa
37. Climate Change and labor
38. Enforcing Boundaries of Belonging in the (Post)Colonial State
39. Author Meets Critics: Popular Politics and the Path to Durable Democracy
40. Religion, Race, Policy and Socioeconomic status: Mortality in 19th and 20th century UK and US
41. The Intersection of Health and Race in the United States
42. Political Economy of Knowledge and Education: Political Process and Policy Outcomes (Part 1)
43. Author Meets Critic: Agents of Reform: Child Labor and the Origins of the Welfare State by Elisabeth Anderson
44. Mental Health and Aging
45. Social Movements and Political Power
46. Residential Geographies and Segregation: 19th Century
47. Gender Roles
48. Digitizing, Enriching, and Linking Patent Data (Part 1)
49. Power and Normativity in Society and History (3): (Re)Organizing Racial States
50. Methodological Innovations in Linking

Thursday, November 16 / 3:15 PM - 5:00 PM

51. Migration Regimes: Bringing the Global South Back in to Correct Migration Myopias
52. Preserving History: Community Building, Deep Mapping, and Scholarly Engagement
53. Schools and Well-Being
54. Author Meets Critics: Power for a Price by Lawrence Zhang
55. Capitalism, Patriarchy, and the Multi-Layered State
56. Approaches to Studying Migration in Historical US and Japan
57. Traversing the 'Global Color Line:' The Politics of Race and Caste in Search of Freedom
58. Author Meets Critics: The Quest for Sexual Health by Steven Epstein
59. What can the Federal Statistical Research Data Centers Do For You? Innovative Data Integration Strategies for Social Scientists
60. From Traditional to High-Tech Approaches to Health
62. O CANADA! RESEARCH USING CANADIAN COMPLETE-COUNT CENSUS MICRODATA
63. Gender and the State
64. Digitizing, Enriching, and Linking Patent Data (Part 2)

Friday, November 17 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

66. Surveillance States and the Rise of Barriers to the Freedom to Move: The Case of Italy and the US
67. The Production of Spatial Exclusion
68. New Historical Data Infrastructure II
69. Poverty and Social Exclusion: From State Oppression to Poverty Alleviation?
70. Strategic Infrastructural Power
71. Marriage, Fertility and Divorce during the First and Second Demographic Transition; Insights from Europe
72. Black Self-Determination: Histories of Practice and Vision
73. External Pressures – Internal Strains. Trans-National Struggles over the Past and Future of Sociology
75. Health in Institutional Settings
76. The State and Disaster
77. Carework, Health, and Labor
78. Community impacts and economics
79. Economics of War

Friday, November 17 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM

80. Government and the Economy
81. Exclusion and Inclusion
82. Passive Revolutions of the 20th Century
83. Author Meets Critics: Sacred Foundations: The Religious and Medieval Roots of the European State (Anna Grzymala-Busse)
84. Author Meets Critics: Deserved--Economic Memories after the Fall of the Iron Curtain by Till Hilmar
85. Institutionalizing the Agents of the State
86. Unveiling the Dynamics of Women's Lives: Property Rights, Education, and Work in the Transformation of Fertility Patterns
87. Racial Capitalism & the Making of Class
88. Environment, Society and Social Theory: Critical Conversations in Historical Sociology
90. Public Health and Population Health
91. New Developments in the Historical Sociology of Elite Political Action
92. New Directions in Theorizing Gender, Feminism and the State
93. Roundtable: Approaching Wellbeing in Past Societies
94. New Linked Data Sources
95. Women in Politics and the Labor Force
96. Moishe Postone's "Time, Labor, and Social Domination" at 30 (1)

Friday, November 17 / 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM

97. Network Meeting - Childhood and Youth
98. Network Meeting - Crime, Justice and the Law
99. Network Meeting - Culture
100. Network Meeting - Data Infrastructure
101. Network Meeting - Economics
102. Network Meeting - Education, Knowledge and Science
103. Network Meeting - Family Demography
104. Network Meeting - Health, Medicine and Body
105. Network Meeting - Historical Geography and GIS
106. Network Meeting - Labor

Friday, November 17 / 12:45 PM - 1:30 PM

107. Network Meeting - Macrohistorical Dynamics
108. Network Meeting - Migration/Immigration
109. Network Meeting - Politics
110. Network Meeting - Race and Ethnicity
111. Network Meeting - Religion
112. Network Meeting - Rural, Agricultural and Environmental
113. Network Meeting . States and Society
114. Network Meeting - Urban
115. Network Meeting - Women, Gender and Sexuality

Friday, November 17 / 1:45 PM - 3:30 PM

116. Author Meets Critics: Discussion of Alexander J. Field’s book The Economic Consequences of U.S. Mobilization for the Second World War (Yale University Press, 2022)
118. Book Panel: Su, Yang. 2023. Deadly Decision in Beijing: Succession Politics, Protest Repression, and the 1989 Tiananmen Massacre. Cambridge University Press.
119. Contingency, Networks, and Power in Long-wave Historical Development
120. Round table: Big data and writing the history of the global south: The Case of the Cape of Good Hope Panel
121. Author Meets Critics: Alexandre I.R. White, "Epidemic Orientalism: Race, Capital, and the Governance of Infectious Disease"
122. Exploring Pathways to Progress: Social Mobility, Occupational Transitions, and Cultural Influences in Historical Contexts
123. Racializing Political Power
124. Political Economy of Knowledge and Education: Political Process and Policy Outcomes (Part 2)
125. Cultures of Calculation and Resistance
126. Public Health and the American Welfare State
127. Narrative and Counter-Narratives of White Supremacist Violence in the Postbellum South
128. Childhood and Temporality
129. The Political as Missionary
131. Constitutions and Representation
132. Moishe Postone's "Time, Labor, and Social Domination" at 30 (2)

Friday, November 17 / 3:45 PM - 5:30 PM

133. Presidential Session: Household Wealth and Well-Being
134. Authors Meet Critics: The Refugee System by Rawan Arar and David FitzGerald
135. Indigeneity, History, and Historical Analysis
136. Roundtable: After the Cold War
137. State Power and Environmental Administration
138. Long-Term Perspectives on Fertility and Its Consequences
139. Building the Racial Nation
140. Reflexivity, Ethics, and Translations in the History of Social Science
141. Racism in Theory and Practice
142. Political Economy in China
143. Author Meets Critic: Next Generation Memory and Ukrainian Canadian Children's Historical Fiction (2023), by Mateusz Swietlicki
144. New Historical Data Infrastructure I
145. Author Meets Critics/Freedom's Furies: How Isabel Paterson, Rose Wilder Lane, and Ayn Rand Found Liberty in an Age of Darkness by Timothy Sandefur
146. Moishe Postone's "Time, Labor, and Social Domination" at 30 (3)

Saturday, November 18 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

147. Inequality and Well-Being
148. Explaining Immigration and Alienage Federalism in the United States
149. Micro Evidence for Macrohistorical Dynamics: Elite Interactions and State-Society Relations in Chinese History
150. Author Meets Critic: Moral Economies of Money: Politics and the Monetary Constitution of Society by Jakob Feinig
151. Powers of Class and Business
152. Revolutionary Outcomes and Intellectual Commitments
153. Methods and Mortality in Historical Demography
154. Performance, Resistance, and Segregation: Race, Space, and Place
155. Educational Institutions and Student Well-Being
156. Figuring Global Politics
157. Political Economies of Medicalization: Race, Class, and Gender
158. Protest and Reform
159. The Political Order
160. Publishing in Social Science History
161. Women, Gender and Sexuality
162. Connecting Urban Dynamics: Owners, Tenants, Spatial Narratives, and Built Environment
163. Meaning Making and Cultural Significance

Saturday, November 18 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM

164. Book Session: Early American Paper Money
165. Refugees: Past and Present
166. Historical Capitalism, Crises, and Waves of Social Protest, 1851-2020: Findings from the Global Social Protest Database
167. Advancing Theory and Method: Symbolic Boundaries, Cultural Fields, and the Meaning of Technology in Macrohistorical Research
168. State Power and State Development: Bureaucracy and Political Violence
169. Trauma and State Violence
170. The role of city structure, college access, immigration, and ethnic identity on life outcomes in the U.S.
171. Racism Across Asian and Asian American Communities
172. Making Reputations: Credentials, Metrics and Stratification in Organizational Fields
173. Cultural Factors in Demographic Behaviour
174. Death, Data, and Racialized Medical Violence
175. Book Panel: The Global Rules of Art: The Emergence and Divisions of a Cultural World Economy by Larissa Buchholz
176. Author Meets Critic: Lessons in Legitimacy by Sean Carleton
177. Crime, Justice and the Law
178. Roundtable: Rethinking French Capitalism
179. Presidential Session: Roundtable: Teaching across Social Science History
180. New Directions in the Study of Alienation

Saturday, November 18 / 1:15 PM - 3:00 PM

181. Presidential Session: The Forms and Meanings of Early Modern Money
182. Social Mobilities
183. Roundtable - Celebrating the work of Benita Roth, In Memoriam
184. Author-Meets-Critics: Modernity's Corruption: Empire and Morality in the Making of British India, by Nicholas Hoover Wilson
185. Author Meets Critic: "Democracy's Data: The Hidden Stories in the U.S. Census and How to Read Them," by Dan Bouk
186. State-Capacity and Societal Cohesion between Church and State in Europe
187. Author Meets Critics: Julian Go’s "Policing Empires Militarization, Race, and the Imperial Boomerang in Britain and the US
188. Here, There, Everywhere: Blackness Across the Globe
189. Learning Well: Pedagogy, Curriculum, and Contestation
190. Book Session: The Handbook of the Sociology of Morality, Vol. 2, edited by Steven Hitlin, Shai M. Dromi, and Aliza Luft
192. Disrupting Revolution in Practice and Theory
193. Children on the Move
194. Legal Claims to Legitimacy, Expertise, and Truth
196. Rediscovering Histories: Land Ownership, Communities, and Freedom in Post-Emancipation America

Saturday, November 18 / 3:15 PM - 5:00 PM

197. The Consequences of Racial Differences
198. Affects, Families, Trauma: Postwar Immigration and Migrant Well-Being
199. Elite Networks in East and West in the 19th and 20th Centuries
200. The Politics of Race, Sex, and Ethnicity
201. The Encoding and Monitoring State
202. War: What Is It Good for?
203. Envisioning Knowledge: Aesthetics, Science, and Publics
204. Author Meets Critics: Foundations and American Political Science, by Emily Hauptmann
205. Performance and Emotions in Contemporary Turkish Politics
206. Policymaking and rural municipalities
207. Author Meets Critic: Oz and the Musical by Ryan Bunch
208. Unions and the Fight for Labor Rights
209. Urban Displacement: Local Governance and Conflict
210. Work in agrarian times and societies
211. Work, Technology, and Wellbeing

Sunday, November 19 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM

213. Southeast Asia
214. Author Meets Critic: Public Interest and State Legitimation: Early Modern England, Japan, and China (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2023) by Wenkai He
215. Political Economy, Ecology, and the Crises of Democracy
216. Governing through Finance
217. Changing Meanings of the State: Symbolic Power in State-Society Interactions
218. Intergenerational and Intragenerational Social Mobility Using Historical Data
219. Localized Governance: Eviction, Housing, and Advocacy
220. Children as Readers and Consumers
221. State Violence and Illegal Markets
222. Professionalizing Labor
223. State-Religion Relations at the Border
224. American Individualist Women Writers and the Question of Europe
225. The Social and Economic Landscapes of New York City and Beyond
226. SSHA Award Winners

Sunday, November 19 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM

228. Migration Policy and American Political Development
229. Situating the (Post)Colony: Race, Drugs, Sovereignty, and Imaginaries of Ageing
230. The Ideology and Governance of the Late Chinese Empire
231. Social Movements, Political Protest, and Advocacy
232. Urban Infrastructure: Restrictions, Renewal, and Relief
233. The Historical Life Course Trends of the Pre-Modern Korean Elite Families in the Long Run: Lessons and Implication from Chinese and European Studies
234. Young People and Social Belonging
235. Marking the 20th Year since Agozino's Counter-Colonial Criminology
236. The Changing Geography of the US Census: Official and Unofficial, from the 19th to the 21st Century
237. Solidarity’s Saboteurs: Strikebreakers, Company Men and the Role of Conservative Factionalism in Workplace Conflict in the Midcentury U.S.
238. Performing Religious Nationalism
239. Gender and Health
241. Boarding School Childhoods across Regimes of Repression: The United States, Canada, Spain, and Turkey
242. Anti-Colonial Historical Sociologies of Decolonization
243. Book Session: Moral Minefields: How Sociologists Debate Good Science, by Shai Dromi and Samuel D. Stabler