Thursday, November 21 / 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM

1. Discontent with(in) the Archives of Childhood and Youth
2. The Dynamics of Political Reform Failure
3. The Intellectual Horizons of Policy-Making
4. Ideas, Language, and Media
5. EAP and beyond
6. Love and Marriage? Material Considerations and Couple Formation in the Past
7. A Quarter Century with Public Religions in the Modern World
8. From Role Models to Representation to Struggles for Rights: Translating Understandings of Gender and Sexuality
9. Data in Education: Assessment, Measurement, and Accounting
10. Intersections of Migration and Gender
11. State Capacity, Democracy and Revenue
12. Violence and Fraud
13. Emerging Methods: Spatial Analysis and Modeling
14. Violence, Contention, and Warfare
15. Archival Work as Qualitative Sociology I: Methodological Reflections
16. Spatial Epidemiology
17. Race and Methodological Inequalities
269. Measuring Culture

Thursday, November 21 / 11:15 AM - 12:45 PM

18. Changing Notions of Child Care and Welfare
19. Culture & the Politics of Nationhood
20. The Politics of Knowledge and Historical Memory
21. Replicate This! Revisiting Past Findings in Interdisciplinary Scholarship
22. Overcoming Limitations in Big Data
23. Labor and Foreign Policy
24. Impact of Childhood Experience on Mortality
25. Comparative secularity: Concepts and Methods
26. Computational Approaches to Epistemic Change
27. Politics of Truth, Politics of Ignorance
28. Spaces of Immigrant Reception and Exclusion: Immigration Federalism in the United States
29. Gender, Power, and Law
30. Archival Prison Data and Its Complexities
31. Emerging Methods: Computation/Spatial Econometrics
32. Foreign Relation and the Military in Nation Formation
33. The Politics of Data
34. Big Data and Its Discontents: Assumptions about Reading History in the Automated Analysis of Texts
35. Parallels and Divergences in Race and Ethnicity

Thursday, November 21 / 1:45 PM - 3:15 PM

36. Book Session: Babies Made Us Modern: How Infants Brought America into the Twentieth Century by Janet Golden
37. Culture, Knowledge & Politics
38. Politics of Nostalgia
39. Problems with Data and Measurement
40. Automatic Handwriting Recognition
41. Moral Commitments and Political Action
42. Ancestry and other Big Data – Collaboration between genealogical organizations and academics
43. Religion, Nationalism, and Populism
44. Performativity from a New Angle: Planned Economies and Their Data
45. Education, Discrimination and Social Stratification
46. Health Crossing Borders and Barriers: Latina/o, Immigrant, and Migrant Access to Health Care
47. Facts and Fictions: Expert Ideas in the Politics of Public Finance
48. Cruelty, Theft, Murder: Gender and Emotion from British and Australian Legal Data, 1850s-1950s
49. The Data of Labor History
50. Method and Theory on Historical Change I
51. Health and the State
52. Public Health and Environmental Planning
53. Decolonizing Methodologies

Thursday, November 21 / 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

54. Questions of Silence and Children’s (In)visibility in the Archives
55. Media & Politics
56. Gendered States
57. Dealing with Data: Sources, Space, and Sex in the Study of Occupational Structure - International Network for the Comparative History of Occupational Structure (INCHOS)
58. Transcription and Data Capture
59. Data Intensive Approaches to Civil Society and Economic Concepts
60. Effects of Environmental Conditions on Urban Mortality
61. Religion and State Formation
62. Classification and Consecration
63. Social Science History and Science & Technology Studies: A Theoretical Exchange
64. "Author Meets Critic: Detain and Punish: Haitian Refugees and the Rise of the World's Largest Immigration Detention System by Carl Lindskoog"
65. Health, Law and Technology
66. Debating Progressive-Era Police Professionalization
67. The Data of Labor History II
68. Method and Theory on Historical Change II
69. Roundtable: Challenges and Lessons Learned in Multi-Year Historical GIS Projects
70. How Ideas Shape Urban Political Development
71. Theorizing Race, Time, and Temporality

Friday, November 22 / 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

72. Seeing Childhood History through Graphic Memoirs
73. Methods of Inquiry
74. Space, Materiality, and State-Society Relations in the Middle East and Beyond
75. Household Budgets: A history of living standards
76. Social and professional Trajectories as reflected in the new European databases
77. Author Meets Critic: Anatomies of Revolution by George Lawson
78. Big Data in Historical Research
79. Social and Political Contexts of Religious Change
80. Maps and geospacial data
81. Quantification, Data, and the Politics of Social Provision
82. Author Meets Critics. Refuge beyond Reach: How Rich Democracies Repel Asylum Seekers by David Scott FitzGerald
83. Intellectual Diversity and Mental Health
84. Book Session: "Policing Los Angeles: Race, Resistance, and the Rise of the LAPD" by Max Felker-Kantor
85. Histories of Gender, Resistance, and Women's Empowerment in the Americas
86. New Frontiers in Comparative Development
87. Governing the Private Sphere
88. Segregation and Inequality

Friday, November 22 / 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM

89. Children’s Navigation of Institutions and Institutionalization
90. Ideologies and Political Formations
91. Interdisciplinary Histories of Religion, Economics, and Culture
92. A History of the Labor Force
93. The American Heritage Time Use Study: Overview and New Research
94. Author Meets Critic: Global Borderlands: Fantasy, Violence, and Empire in Subic Bay, Philippines by Victoria Reyes
95. Big Data in Historical Research II
96. Religion and Politics
97. Spacial Awareness: Utilizing Data on Location, Proximity, and Networks
98. Expertise I: The Politics Of Environmental Knowledge
99. How the Famine Irish Immigrants Adapted to Mid-19th Century North America
100. Author Meets Critic/Roundtable: Ronald Reagan and the Tax Cut Revolution by Monica Prasad
101. Regulating Criminal Bodies I
102. The Boundaries of Class: Where Proletarians and Bourgeoisie Meet
103. Author Meets Critic: Histories of the Transgender Child by Julian Gill-Peterson
104. Urban Renewal and Its Discontents
105. Emerging Methods: Historical Cartography
106. The American State’s Retreat from Civil Rights

Friday, November 22 / 1:15 PM - 2:45 PM

107. Who/se Data? - A Panel on Politics and Practices of Data
108. Parties & Coalitions in US Politics
109. The Future of Comparative-Historical Social Science I: Scholarly Borderlands
110. Scandinavian Labor Markets
111. Fertility Change, Timing, and Marriage
112. Author Meets Critics: Adom Getachew's Worldmaking after Empire: The Rise and Fall of Self-Determination (Princeton University Press 2019).
113. Development of Longitudinal Historical Data
114. Religion and Culture
115. Author Meets Critic: Economic Success of Chinese Merchants in Southeast Asia: Identity, Ethnic Cooperation and Conflict by Janet T. Landa
116. Book Session: The Crisis of Expertise by Gil Eyal
117. Dubious Data: The Politics and Myth of Border and Migrant Policing
118. Author Meets Critics: How Taxpayers Trumped Children in the Fight Against Child Poverty, by Josh McCabe
119. Regulating Criminal Bodies II
120. Urban Historical GIS
121. Power and Normativity, Part 1: Meaning, Modernity, Revolution
122. Approaches to Southern Urbanization
123. Divining Desires through Institutions: The Possibilities and Limits of Data
124. The Long-Term Impacts of Discrimination: Named-Based Evidence from Sibling Pair Analyses of Linked U.S. Census and Mortality Data

Friday, November 22 / 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

125. Youth and Families in Migration
126. Parties & American Class Politics
127. The Future of Comparative-Historical Social Science II: Extending Classical Traditions
128. Book Session: The Backbone of Europe
129. Women's Time Use in the Early and Mid- Twentieth Century: Research Using New Historical Time Dairy Data
130. Author-Meets-Critics: Leftism Reinvented: Western Parties from Socialism to Neoliberalism, by Stephanie L. Mudge (2018, Harvard University Press)
131. Evaluating Record Linkage Methods
132. Author Meets Critics: Religion and Nationalism in Global Perspective
133. Book Panel: Joel Mokyr's A Culture of Growth
134. Mobilizing Scientific Knowledge in Epistemic Communities
135. Laws, Rights, Policies: Migrants in the Americas
136. The Political (Ab) Uses of Sources and Theories to control Gendered Bodies
137. Commodity data is messy: Issues in commodity production and quantification
138. Emerging Methods: Project Reflections
139. Power and Normativity, Part 2: Sovereignty, Materiality, Empire
140. Health through Different Lenses
141. Inequality, Segregation, Mobility
142. Race and Power in Transoceanic Circuits

Friday, November 22 / 4:45 PM - 6:15 PM

143. Childhood in the Aftermath of Conflict: Migration and the (Re)Formation of Children
144. Theoretical Perspectives on Political Parties
145. The Future of Comparative-Historical Social Science Iii: Recovering Submerged Traditions
146. Slavery and Its Economic Legacy
147. Marriage Patterns around the World,1800-Present
148. Reaggregating the State?: A Progress Report
149. Economic and Social Mobility
150. Commemorating David Martin: The Past and Future of Secularization Theory (1)
151. Knowledge, Modernity and the Good Life
152. Different Beginnings-Comparative Perspectives on Early Tertiary Education
153. Effects of Migration Regulation and Restriction
154. Public Finance in the Local Context
155. Policing in Chicago: Big Data and Racialized Surveillance
156. Labor's Mind: Intersections of Working-Class History and Intellectual History
157. Power and Normativity, Part 3: Capitalism, Governance, Subjection
158. Archival Work as Qualitative Sociology II: Case Studies
159. Housing, Real Estate, and the State
160. Racial Identities and Meanings in Flux

Saturday, November 23 / 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

161. “Minor” Literature 
162. Fiscal & Monetary Politics
163. The Histories and Vocabularies of Liberation: Before and after 1948
164. Linking: Following people and household through time
165. Bringing Women Back into the History of Joseon (Korea) in Comparative Perspective
166. Democratic Disenchantment
167. Modes of Transfer
168. Commemorating David Martin: The Past and Future of Secularization Theory (2)
169. States and Regulations
170. Expertise II: Classifications and Definitions
171. Labor and the Law
172. Gender, Labor, and Power
173. The Social Construction of Criminality and Deviance: Sexuality, Race, Housing, and Booze in 1919 Chicago
174. Geographies of Qualitative Sources
175. What is the "Historical" In Historical Sociology?
176. Data and Interpretation: Pragmatism and/or/vs Hermeneutics.
177. Racializing the American City
178. International Dimensions of Race and State Formation

Saturday, November 23 / 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM

179. Valuing Musical Childhoods: Methods and Multiplicities
180. Author-Meets-Critics: Sarah L. Quinn, American Bonds: How Credit Markets Shaped a Nation (Princeton University Press, 2019)
181. New Perspectives on Revolutionary Processes and Outcomes
182. Matching, Bias and Data Development: Automated Methods for Data Collection and Record Linking Assessed
183. Roles of Kinship: Demographic Outcomes and Methodology
184. Social Actors inside, outside, and in between Early Modern States
185. Migration and Mobility in the 19th and 20th Centuries
186. Religion in Social Movements
187. Surfacing History from Below: Race and the Digital Humanities
188. Expertise III: The Politics of Policy Ideas
189. Immigrants Then and Now
190. Local Public Finance
191. How to Count Criminals: Methods of Evaluation and Categorization
192. Data, Sources, and New Insights on Women’s Lives
193. Author Meets Critics, Taisu Zhang, 2017. the Laws and Economics of Confucianism: Kinship and Property in Preindustrial China and England. Cambridge University Press
194. Gendered Health and Reproductive Issues
195. Thinking with Stuart Hall: World-Making and the Afterlives of Empire
196. Coping with Racial and Ethnic Inequalities

Saturday, November 23 / 1:45 PM - 3:15 PM

197. Playing with Data: Dolls, Toys, and Theme Parks
198. Movements & Revolutions
199. Changing States and Changing Economies
200. Textual Analysis of Disciplinary Histories: Economics, Sociology and Concepts of Development
201. Living Arrangements and Family Connections
202. States and Their Elites, or Elites and Their States
203. Linking 19th Century Census Records
204. Workers' Movements, Mass Migration, and the Globalization of Radical Ideas (1860s-1930s)
205. Book Panel: Sumner Lacroix's Hawaii: 800 Years of Political and Economic Change
206. Author Meets Critics: The Known Citizen: A History of Privacy in Modern America by Sarah Igo
207. Migration and Mobility in Individual and Collective Memory
208. Fighting for Access, Equity, and Funding: American Public Schools and Fiscal Policy
209. Environmental site selection in America
210. Law, Incarceration and Punishment
211. Rise and Trajectories of Financial Capital
212. Impact of Public Health Measures in the Twentieth Century
213. Reconceptualizing Urban Keywords from the Global South
214. International Narratives of Slavery

Saturday, November 23 / 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

215. Depictions of Difference in Children's Periodicals
216. Author Meets Critic: Conservative Innovators: How States Are Challenging Federal Power by Ben Merriman
217. State-building in Modern Colonial Empires
218. Textual Analysis of Digitized Newspapers
219. Kinship effects on adult mortality and longevity
220. Public Investment and Ownership: Right and Left
221. Various Effects of Socioeconomic Status
222. CIO History Redux: Seeking New Histories of Labor in the New Deal Era
223. Education, Discrimination, and Social Stratification II
224. Expertise IV: The Politics of Data
225. Author Meets Critic/ Book Session/A Nation of Immigrants Reconsidered: Us Society in an Age of Restriction, 1924-1965, Edited by María Cristina García, Madeline Hsu, and Maddalena Marinari.
226. Global Migration Systems and Trajectories
227. Asian Enviromental History
228. Public Facing Historical Big Data Projects: Challenges and Opportunities
229. New History of Capitalism
230. Culture Logics and Frames
231. Book Session: Citizen Brown, Race, Democracy, and Inequality in the St. Louis Suburbs
232. Book Session: Weaponized Whiteness: The Constructions and Deconstructions of White Identity Politics

Sunday, November 24 / 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

233. Negotiating Imperial and Racial Identities and Spaces in Albums and Scrapbooks
234. Empirical and Theoretical Advances in Protest Event Analysis
235. Immigration, Race, and State Gatekeepers
236. Patent Data and Institutions
237. Sons-in-law, Women, Children and other Unexpected Heads of Household
238. Policy and Society in the United States
239. Political Economy and the Chinese State
240. Hazards, Risks and Disasters
241. Knowledge Production and Culture in Historical Context
242. Interrogating the Intersections between Higher Education and Civil Society
243. Representations and Receptions of Refugees
244. Exploring Gender and Sexuality: New Methodological Endeavors
245. New Data and New Perspectives on Mob Violence
246. Understanding the Exceptional Decline of US Trade Unions: Narrative Data and Quantitative Data as Synergy.
247. Empire and World Order
248. Finance, Money, and Banking
249. Author Meets Critic: The Patchwork City by Marco Garrido
250. Race, Cities, and Citizenship

Sunday, November 24 / 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM

251. Educational Work and Workers
252. Asian Populisms in a Comparative Mirror
253. The Enduring Global Color Line
254. Patent Data for Measuring Growth and Change
255. Heights and health in 19th and 20th centuries
256. Public and Private Means of Social Protection
257. Using smaller data for historical research
258. What was Objectivity? Ayn Rand, Objectivism, and the historical use of data
259. What is Critical History
260. Truth and Ignorance in Higher Education
261. Networks of Migrant Integration, Support, and Activism
262. Public Finance and Data in Chinese History
263. Geography, Age and Health
264. Gender, Race and the Criminal Justice System
265. Social Origins of Institutions
266. Author Meets Critics/The Civil Sphere in East Asia edited by Jeffrey C. Alexander, Agnes Shuk-mei Ku, Sunwoong Park and David A Palmer
267. Agriculture and Energy in Early-Modern and Modern Europe / North America. The Contribution of GIS
268. Understudied Racial Populations