Friday, November 17 / 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM Congressional D (Lobby Level)

Session 88
Environment, Society and Social Theory: Critical Conversations in Historical Sociology

Chair: Zeke Baker, Sonoma State University

1. An Historical-Environmental Sociology for Limited Beings: Re-Engineering Postpositivism to Embrace the Power and Limits of Environmental ScienceJordan Fox, SUNY at Buffalo; Patrick Greiner, Vanderbilt University, USA.

2. Climate Change as Large-Scale Social TransformationHillary Angelo, UC Santa Cruz.

3. Dancing with Climate, Science, and Government: Embracing an Ontology of Becoming for the Study of Historical Trajectories and PossibilitiesZeke Baker, Sonoma State University.

4. Historical Foundations for Environmental Sociology: Environment, Nature, and Ecology in “Ecological” SociologyJoshua Silver, University of Chicago.

5. Theorizing Climate and Disaster Response, Regulation, and DisplacementDaniel Shtob, CUNY.

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