Sessions

1. Childhood and Youth

1. Discontent with(in) the Archives of Childhood and Youth Thu 9:30
18. Changing Notions of Child Care and Welfare Thu 11:15
36. Book Session: Babies Made Us Modern: How Infants Brought America into the Twentieth Century by Janet Golden Thu 1:45
54. Questions of Silence and Children’s (In)visibility in the Archives Thu 3:30
72. Seeing Childhood History through Graphic Memoirs Fri 9:00
89. Children’s Navigation of Institutions and Institutionalization Fri 10:45
107. Who/se Data? - A Panel on Politics and Practices of Data Fri 1:15
125. Youth and Families in Migration Fri 3:00
143. Childhood in the Aftermath of Conflict: Migration and the (Re)Formation of Children Fri 4:45
161. “Minor” Literature  Sat 9:00
179. Valuing Musical Childhoods: Methods and Multiplicities Sat 10:45
197. Playing with Data: Dolls, Toys, and Theme Parks Sat 1:45
215. Depictions of Difference in Children's Periodicals Sat 3:30
233. Negotiating Imperial and Racial Identities and Spaces in Albums and Scrapbooks Sun 9:00


2. Crime, Justice and the Law

12. Violence and Fraud Thu 9:30
30. Archival Prison Data and Its Complexities Thu 11:15
48. Cruelty, Theft, Murder: Gender and Emotion from British and Australian Legal Data, 1850s-1950s Thu 1:45
66. Debating Progressive-Era Police Professionalization Thu 3:30
84. Book Session: "Policing Los Angeles: Race, Resistance, and the Rise of the LAPD" by Max Felker-Kantor Fri 9:00
101. Regulating Criminal Bodies I Fri 10:45
119. Regulating Criminal Bodies II Fri 1:15
155. Policing in Chicago: Big Data and Racialized Surveillance Fri 4:45
173. The Social Construction of Criminality and Deviance: Sexuality, Race, Housing, and Booze in 1919 Chicago Sat 9:00
191. How to Count Criminals: Methods of Evaluation and Categorization Sat 10:45
210. Law, Incarceration and Punishment Sat 1:45
245. New Data and New Perspectives on Mob Violence Sun 9:00
264. Gender, Race and the Criminal Justice System Sun 10:45


3. Culture

15. Archival Work as Qualitative Sociology I: Methodological Reflections Thu 9:30
34. Big Data and Its Discontents: Assumptions about Reading History in the Automated Analysis of Texts Thu 11:15
158. Archival Work as Qualitative Sociology II: Case Studies Fri 4:45
176. Data and Interpretation: Pragmatism and/or/vs Hermeneutics. Sat 9:00
195. Thinking with Stuart Hall: World-Making and the Afterlives of Empire Sat 10:45
230. Culture Logics and Frames Sat 3:30
248. Classification and Consecration Sun 9:00
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 Sun 10:45


4. Economics

4. Ideas, Language, and Media Thu 9:30
21. Replicate This! Revisiting Past Findings in Interdisciplinary Scholarship Thu 11:15
39. Problems with Data and Measurement Thu 1:45
44. Performativity from a New Angle: Planned Economies and Their Data Thu 1:45
57. Dealing with Data: Sources, Space, and Sex in the Study of Occupational Structure - International Network for the Comparative History of Occupational Structure (INCHOS) Thu 3:30
62. Finance, Money, and Banking Thu 3:30
75. Household Budgets: A history of living standards Fri 9:00
80. Maps and geospacial data Fri 9:00
92. A History of the Labor Force Fri 10:45
97. Spacial Awareness: Utilizing Data on Location, Proximity, and Networks Fri 10:45
110. Scandinavian Labor Markets Fri 1:15
115. Author Meets Critic: Economic Success of Chinese Merchants in Southeast Asia: Identity, Ethnic Cooperation and Conflict by Janet T. Landa Fri 1:15
128. Book Session: The Backbone of Europe Fri 3:00
133. Book Panel: Joel Mokyr's A Culture of Growth Fri 3:00
146. Slavery and Its Economic Legacy Fri 4:45
164. Linking: Following people and household through time Sat 9:00
169. States and Regulations Sat 9:00
182. Matching, Bias and Data Development: Automated Methods for Data Collection and Record Linking Assessed Sat 10:45
200. Textual Analysis of Disciplinary Histories: Economics, Sociology and Concepts of Development Sat 1:45
205. Book Panel: Sumner Lacroix's Hawaii: 800 Years of Political and Economic Change Sat 1:45
218. Textual Analysis of Digitized Newspapers Sat 3:30
236. Patent Data and Institutions Sun 9:00
239. Political Economy and the Chinese State Sun 9:00
254. Patent Data for Measuring Growth and Change Sun 10:45


5. Education, Knowledge and Science

9. Data in Education: Assessment, Measurement, and Accounting Thu 9:30
26. Computational Approaches to Epistemic Change Thu 11:15
27. Politics of Truth, Politics of Ignorance Thu 11:15
45. Education, Discrimination and Social Stratification Thu 1:45
63. Social Science History and Science & Technology Studies: A Theoretical Exchange Thu 3:30
81. Quantification, Data, and the Politics of Social Provision Fri 9:00
98. Expertise I: The Politics Of Environmental Knowledge Fri 10:45
116. Book Session: The Crisis of Expertise by Gil Eyal Fri 1:15
134. Mobilizing Scientific Knowledge in Epistemic Communities Fri 3:00
151. Knowledge, Modernity and the Good Life Fri 4:45
152. Different Beginnings-Comparative Perspectives on Early Tertiary Education Fri 4:45
170. Expertise II: Classifications and Definitions Sat 9:00
188. Expertise III: The Politics of Policy Ideas Sat 10:45
206. Author Meets Critics: The Known Citizen: A History of Privacy in Modern America by Sarah Igo Sat 1:45
223. Education, Discrimination, and Social Stratification II Sat 3:30
224. Expertise IV: The Politics of Data Sat 3:30
241. Knowledge Production and Culture in Historical Context Sun 9:00
242. Interrogating the Intersections between Higher Education and Civil Society Sun 9:00
260. Truth and Ignorance in Higher Education Sun 10:45


6. Family Demography

5. EAP and beyond Thu 9:30
6. Love and Marriage? Material Considerations and Couple Formation in the Past Thu 9:30
22. Overcoming Limitations in Big Data Thu 11:15
24. Impact of Childhood Experience on Mortality Thu 11:15
40. Automatic Handwriting Recognition Thu 1:45
42. Ancestry and other Big Data – Collaboration between genealogical organizations and academics Thu 1:45
58. Transcription and Data Capture Thu 3:30
60. Effects of Environmental Conditions on Urban Mortality Thu 3:30
76. Social and professional Trajectories as reflected in the new European databases Fri 9:00
78. Big Data in Historical Research Fri 9:00
93. The American Heritage Time Use Study: Overview and New Research Fri 10:45
95. Big Data in Historical Research II Fri 10:45
111. Fertility Change, Timing, and Marriage Fri 1:15
113. Development of Longitudinal Historical Data Fri 1:15
129. Women's Time Use in the Early and Mid- Twentieth Century: Research Using New Historical Time Dairy Data Fri 3:00
131. Evaluating Record Linkage Methods Fri 3:00
147. Marriage Patterns around the World,1800-Present Fri 4:45
149. Economic and Social Mobility Fri 4:45
165. Bringing Women Back into the History of Joseon (Korea) in Comparative Perspective Sat 9:00
167. Modes of Transfer Sat 9:00
183. Roles of Kinship: Demographic Outcomes and Methodology Sat 10:45
185. Migration and Mobility in the 19th and 20th Centuries Sat 10:45
201. Living Arrangements and Family Connections Sat 1:45
203. Linking 19th Century Census Records Sat 1:45
219. Kinship effects on adult mortality and longevity Sat 3:30
221. Various Effects of Socioeconomic Status Sat 3:30
237. Sons-in-law, Women, Children and other Unexpected Heads of Household Sun 9:00
255. Heights and health in 19th and 20th centuries Sun 10:45
257. Using smaller data for historical research Sun 10:45


7. Health, Medicine and Body

33. The Politics of Data Thu 11:15
51. Health and the State Thu 1:45
65. Health, Law and Technology Thu 3:30
83. Intellectual Diversity and Mental Health Fri 9:00
140. Health through Different Lenses Fri 3:00
194. Gendered Health and Reproductive Issues Sat 10:45
212. Impact of Public Health Measures in the Twentieth Century Sat 1:45
263. Geography, Age and Health Sun 10:45


8. Historical Geography and GIS

13. Emerging Methods: Spatial Analysis and Modeling Thu 9:30
16. Spatial Epidemiology Thu 9:30
31. Emerging Methods: Computation/Spatial Econometrics Thu 11:15
69. Roundtable: Challenges and Lessons Learned in Multi-Year Historical GIS Projects Thu 3:30
88. Segregation and Inequality Fri 9:00
105. Emerging Methods: Historical Cartography Fri 10:45
120. Urban Historical GIS Fri 1:15
138. Emerging Methods: Project Reflections Fri 3:00
174. Geographies of Qualitative Sources Sat 9:00
187. Surfacing History from Below: Race and the Digital Humanities Sat 10:45
228. Public Facing Historical Big Data Projects: Challenges and Opportunities Sat 3:30
240. Hazards, Risks and Disasters Sun 9:00
267. Agriculture and Energy in Early-Modern and Modern Europe / North America. The Contribution of GIS Sun 10:45


9. Labor

23. Labor and Foreign Policy Thu 11:15
49. The Data of Labor History Thu 1:45
67. The Data of Labor History II Thu 3:30
102. The Boundaries of Class: Where Proletarians and Bourgeoisie Meet Fri 10:45
156. Labor's Mind: Intersections of Working-Class History and Intellectual History Fri 4:45
171. Labor and the Law Sat 9:00
204. Workers' Movements, Mass Migration, and the Globalization of Radical Ideas (1860s-1930s) Sat 1:45
222. CIO History Redux: Seeking New Histories of Labor in the New Deal Era Sat 3:30
246. Understanding the Exceptional Decline of US Trade Unions: Narrative Data and Quantitative Data as Synergy. Sun 9:00
251. Educational Work and Workers Sun 10:45


10. Macrohistorical Dynamics

14. Violence, Contention, and Warfare Thu 9:30
32. Foreign Relation and the Military in Nation Formation Thu 11:15
50. Method and Theory on Historical Change I Thu 1:45
68. Method and Theory on Historical Change II Thu 3:30
86. New Frontiers in Comparative Development Fri 9:00
121. Power and Normativity, Part 1: Meaning, Modernity, Revolution Fri 1:15
139. Power and Normativity, Part 2: Sovereignty, Materiality, Empire Fri 3:00
157. Power and Normativity, Part 3: Capitalism, Governance, Subjection Fri 4:45
175. What is the "Historical" In Historical Sociology? Sat 9:00
193. Author Meets Critics, Taisu Zhang, 2017. the Laws and Economics of Confucianism: Kinship and Property in Preindustrial China and England. Cambridge University Press Sat 10:45
211. Rise and Trajectories of Financial Capital Sat 1:45
229. New History of Capitalism Sat 3:30
247. Empire and World Order Sun 9:00
265. Social Origins of Institutions Sun 10:45


11. Migration/Immigration

10. Intersections of Migration and Gender Thu 9:30
28. Spaces of Immigrant Reception and Exclusion: Immigration Federalism in the United States Thu 11:15
46. Health Crossing Borders and Barriers: Latina/o, Immigrant, and Migrant Access to Health Care Thu 1:45
64. "Author Meets Critic: Detain and Punish: Haitian Refugees and the Rise of the World's Largest Immigration Detention System by Carl Lindskoog" Thu 3:30
82. Author Meets Critics. Refuge beyond Reach: How Rich Democracies Repel Asylum Seekers by David Scott FitzGerald Fri 9:00
99. How the Famine Irish Immigrants Adapted to Mid-19th Century North America Fri 10:45
117. Dubious Data: The Politics and Myth of Border and Migrant Policing Fri 1:15
135. Laws, Rights, Policies: Migrants in the Americas Fri 3:00
153. Effects of Migration Regulation and Restriction Fri 4:45
189. Immigrants Then and Now Sat 10:45
207. Migration and Mobility in Individual and Collective Memory Sat 1:45
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. Sat 3:30
226. Global Migration Systems and Trajectories Sat 3:30
243. Representations and Receptions of Refugees Sun 9:00
261. Networks of Migrant Integration, Support, and Activism Sun 10:45


12. Politics

2. The Dynamics of Political Reform Failure Thu 9:30
19. Culture & the Politics of Nationhood Thu 11:15
37. Culture, Knowledge & Politics Thu 1:45
55. Media & Politics Thu 3:30
73. Methods of Inquiry Fri 9:00
90. Ideologies and Political Formations Fri 10:45
108. Parties & Coalitions in US Politics Fri 1:15
126. Parties & American Class Politics Fri 3:00
144. Theoretical Perspectives on Political Parties Fri 4:45
162. Fiscal & Monetary Politics Sat 9:00
180. Author-Meets-Critics: Sarah L. Quinn, American Bonds: How Credit Markets Shaped a Nation (Princeton University Press, 2019) Sat 10:45
198. Movements & Revolutions Sat 1:45
216. Author Meets Critic: Conservative Innovators: How States Are Challenging Federal Power by Ben Merriman Sat 3:30
234. Empirical and Theoretical Advances in Protest Event Analysis Sun 9:00
252. Asian Populisms in a Comparative Mirror Sun 10:45


13. Public Finance

11. State Capacity, Democracy and Revenue Thu 9:30
47. Facts and Fictions: Expert Ideas in the Politics of Public Finance Thu 1:45
100. Author Meets Critic/Roundtable: Ronald Reagan and the Tax Cut Revolution by Monica Prasad Fri 10:45
118. Author Meets Critics: How Taxpayers Trumped Children in the Fight Against Child Poverty, by Josh McCabe Fri 1:15
154. Public Finance in the Local Context Fri 4:45
190. Local Public Finance Sat 10:45
208. Fighting for Access, Equity, and Funding: American Public Schools and Fiscal Policy Sat 1:45
262. Public Finance and Data in Chinese History Sun 10:45


14. Race and Ethnicity

17. Race and Methodological Inequalities Thu 9:30
35. Parallels and Divergences in Race and Ethnicity Thu 11:15
53. Decolonizing Methodologies Thu 1:45
71. Theorizing Race, Time, and Temporality Thu 3:30
106. The American State’s Retreat from Civil Rights Fri 10:45
124. The Long-Term Impacts of Discrimination: Named-Based Evidence from Sibling Pair Analyses of Linked U.S. Census and Mortality Data Fri 1:15
142. Race and Power in Transoceanic Circuits Fri 3:00
160. Racial Identities and Meanings in Flux Fri 4:45
178. International Dimensions of Race and State Formation Sat 9:00
196. Coping with Racial and Ethnic Inequalities Sat 10:45
214. International Narratives of Slavery Sat 1:45
232. Book Session: Weaponized Whiteness: The Constructions and Deconstructions of White Identity Politics Sat 3:30
250. Race, Cities, and Citizenship Sun 9:00
268. Understudied Racial Populations Sun 10:45


15. Religion

7. A Quarter Century with Public Religions in the Modern World Thu 9:30
25. Comparative secularity: Concepts and Methods Thu 11:15
43. Religion, Nationalism, and Populism Thu 1:45
61. Religion and State Formation Thu 3:30
79. Social and Political Contexts of Religious Change Fri 9:00
96. Religion and Politics Fri 10:45
114. Religion and Culture Fri 1:15
132. Author Meets Critics: Religion and Nationalism in Global Perspective Fri 3:00
150. Commemorating David Martin: The Past and Future of Secularization Theory (1) Fri 4:45
168. Commemorating David Martin: The Past and Future of Secularization Theory (2) Sat 9:00
186. Religion in Social Movements Sat 10:45


16. Rural, Agricultural and Environmental

137. Commodity data is messy: Issues in commodity production and quantification Fri 3:00
209. Environmental site selection in America Sat 1:45
227. Asian Enviromental History Sat 3:30


17. States and Society

3. The Intellectual Horizons of Policy-Making Thu 9:30
20. The Politics of Knowledge and Historical Memory Thu 11:15
38. Politics of Nostalgia Thu 1:45
41. Moral Commitments and Political Action Thu 1:45
56. Gendered States Thu 3:30
59. Data Intensive Approaches to Civil Society and Economic Concepts Thu 3:30
74. Space, Materiality, and State-Society Relations in the Middle East and Beyond Fri 9:00
77. Author Meets Critic: Anatomies of Revolution by George Lawson Fri 9:00
91. Interdisciplinary Histories of Religion, Economics, and Culture Fri 10:45
94. Author Meets Critic: Global Borderlands: Fantasy, Violence, and Empire in Subic Bay, Philippines by Victoria Reyes Fri 10:45
109. The Future of Comparative-Historical Social Science I: Scholarly Borderlands Fri 1:15
112. Author Meets Critics: Adom Getachew's Worldmaking after Empire: The Rise and Fall of Self-Determination (Princeton University Press 2019). Fri 1:15
127. The Future of Comparative-Historical Social Science II: Extending Classical Traditions Fri 3:00
130. Author-Meets-Critics: Leftism Reinvented: Western Parties from Socialism to Neoliberalism, by Stephanie L. Mudge (2018, Harvard University Press) Fri 3:00
145. The Future of Comparative-Historical Social Science Iii: Recovering Submerged Traditions Fri 4:45
148. Reaggregating the State?: A Progress Report Fri 4:45
163. The Histories and Vocabularies of Liberation: Before and after 1948 Sat 9:00
166. Democratic Disenchantment Sat 9:00
181. New Perspectives on Revolutionary Processes and Outcomes Sat 10:45
184. Social Actors inside, outside, and in between Early Modern States Sat 10:45
199. Changing States and Changing Economies Sat 1:45
202. States and Their Elites, or Elites and Their States Sat 1:45
217. State-building in Modern Colonial Empires Sat 3:30
220. Public Investment and Ownership: Right and Left Sat 3:30
235. Immigration, Race, and State Gatekeepers Sun 9:00
238. Policy and Society in the United States Sun 9:00
253. The Enduring Global Color Line Sun 10:45
256. Public and Private Means of Social Protection Sun 10:45
259. What is Critical History Sun 10:45


18. Urban

52. Public Health and Environmental Planning Thu 1:45
70. How Ideas Shape Urban Political Development Thu 3:30
87. Governing the Private Sphere Fri 9:00
104. Urban Renewal and Its Discontents Fri 10:45
122. Approaches to Southern Urbanization Fri 1:15
141. Inequality, Segregation, Mobility Fri 3:00
159. Housing, Real Estate, and the State Fri 4:45
177. Racializing the American City Sat 9:00
213. Reconceptualizing Urban Keywords from the Global South Sat 1:45
231. Book Session: Citizen Brown, Race, Democracy, and Inequality in the St. Louis Suburbs Sat 3:30
249. Author Meets Critic: The Patchwork City by Marco Garrido Sun 9:00


19. Women, Gender and Sexuality

8. From Role Models to Representation to Struggles for Rights: Translating Understandings of Gender and Sexuality Thu 9:30
29. Gender, Power, and Law Thu 11:15
85. Histories of Gender, Resistance, and Women's Empowerment in the Americas Fri 9:00
103. Author Meets Critic: Histories of the Transgender Child by Julian Gill-Peterson Fri 10:45
123. Divining Desires through Institutions: The Possibilities and Limits of Data Fri 1:15
136. The Political (Ab) Uses of Sources and Theories to control Gendered Bodies Fri 3:00
172. Gender, Labor, and Power Sat 9:00
192. Data, Sources, and New Insights on Women’s Lives Sat 10:45
244. Exploring Gender and Sexuality: New Methodological Endeavors Sun 9:00
258. What was Objectivity? Ayn Rand, Objectivism, and the historical use of data Sun 10:45