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

Session 91
New Developments in the Historical Sociology of Elite Political Action

Chair: Paul McLean, Rutgers
Discussant: Paul McLean, Rutgers

1. The Impact of Regime Change on the Composition of Social Elites: Using Genealogical Networks to Measure the Rise of a New Elite during the Chilean Wars of IndependenceNaim Bro, Adolfo Ibañez University.

2. Elite Political Action and the Formation of the First American Party System: The Case of New YorkBenjamin Rohr, University of Mannheim; Marissa Combs, Harvard University.

3. Political Elites and the Language of Mobilization: Examining the Ideological Influence of African Elites in the Emergence of African NationalismJonathan Schoots, Stellenbosch University.

4. The Micro-Foundations of Elite Politics: Conversation Networks and Elite Conflict during China’s Reform EraYang Zhang, American University; Feng Shi, UNC-Chapel Hill.

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