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

Session 195
Thinking with Stuart Hall: World-Making and the Afterlives of Empire

Chair: Michael Rodríguez-Muñiz, Northwestern University
Discussant: Dennis Dworkin, University of Nevada, Reno

1. Thinking Conjuncturally: The Ruses of Parsimony and the Promise of MessinessAmy Chin, Brown University.

2. The Social Sciences in the Service of Empire: Nation-Making, Colonial Subjectivity and the Fateful TriangleRicarda Hammer, Brown University.

3. Articulating Reaction and Redistribution: Stuart Hall and the Challenge of Right PopulismMichael Levien, Johns Hopkins University; Marcel Paret, University of Utah.

4. Integration or Articulation? Exploring the Relevance of Stuart Hall for the Sociology of ImmigrationJake Watson, Boston University.

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