Sessions

1. Childhood and Youth

101. Small Stories (in the Age of Big Data) Alexander
102. Microhistories of Childhood Alexander
103. “Minor” Literature  Dillenburg
104. Archive Stories and Questions of Silence Dillenburg
105. Children on the Move Swietlicki 
106. Toys, Play, and Material Culture Swietlicki 
107. Child Policies in the US  Swietlicki 
108. Valuing Musical Childhoods: Methods and Multiplicities Tomlinson
109. Seeing Childhood History through Graphic Memoirs Maynes
110. Depictions of Difference in Children's Periodicals Dillenburg
111. Book Session: Babies Made Us Modern: How Infants Brought America into the Twentieth Century by Janet Golden Bruce
112. Youth and Families in Migration Bruce
113. Representations of Empire in Albums and Scrapbooks Dillenburg
114. Who/se Data? - A Panel on Politics and Practices of Data Kumari
199. Other Topics in this Network Alexander/Dillenburg/Swietlicki 
Related Sessions in Other Topics
1901. From Role Models to Representation to Struggles for Rights: Translating Understandings of Gender and Sexuality Swietlicki 
1904. Author Meets Critic: Histories of the Transgender Child by Julian Gill-Peterson Grisard


2. Crime, Justice and the Law

201. Regulating Criminal Bodies Shiff
202. Asylum and the Law Shiff
203. Gender, Race and the Criminal Justice System Shiff
204. Victimization  Shiff
205. How to Count Criminals: Methods of Evaluation and Categorization Shiff
206. ARCHIVAL PRISON DATA AND ITS COMPLEXITIES Godfrey
207. The Social Construction of Criminality and Deviance: Sexuality, Race, Housing, and Booze in 1919 Chicago Smith
208. Book Session: "Policing Los Angeles: Race, Resistance, and the Rise of the LAPD" by Max Felker-Kantor Klein
209. Debating Progressive-Era Police Professionalization Frantz
210. Cruelty, Theft, Murder: Gender and Emotion from British and Australian Legal Data, 1850s-1950s Neale
211. Policing in Chicago: Big Data and Racialized Surveillance Clarno
212. New Data and New Perspectives on Mob Violence Bailey
299. Other Topics in this Network Shiff/Svedin
Related Sessions in Other Topics
1112. "Author Meets Critic: Detain and Punish: Haitian Refugees and the Rise of the World's Largest Immigration Detention System by Carl Lindskoog" Lindskoog


3. Culture

301. Interpreting "null data" Wilson
302. Cultures of big data Büyükokutan
303. Science fiction and culture over time Cheng
304. Big Data and Its Discontents: Assumptions about Reading History in the Automated Analysis of Texts Breiger
305. Thinking with Stuart Hall: World-Making and the Afterlives of Empire Hammer
306. Author Meets Critics/The Civil Sphere in East Asia edited by Jeffrey C. Alexander, Agnes Shuk-mei Ku, Sunwoong Park and David A Palmer Spillman
308. Data and Interpretation: Pragmatism and/or/vs Hermeneutics. Cote
310. Archival Work as Qualitative Sociology I: Methodological Reflections Wilson
311. Archival Work as Qualitative Sociology II: Case Studies Wilson
399. Other Topics in this Network Cheng/Büyükokutan/Wilson
Related Sessions in Other Topics
114. Who/se Data? - A Panel on Politics and Practices of Data Kumari
1207. The Dynamics of Political Reform Failure Glaeser
1517. Comparative secularity: Concepts and Methods Kuenkler
1709. Author Meets Critic: Global Borderlands: Fantasy, Violence, and Empire in Subic Bay, Philippines by Victoria Reyes Reyes
1717. The Future of Comparative-Historical Social Science I: Scholarly Borderlands Wilson/Mayrl


4. Economics

401. Patents: Innovation, development, and output Sprick Schuster
402. Maps and geospacial data Sprick Schuster
403. Data from text: Textual analysis, digitalization, and machine learning Sprick Schuster
404. Linking: Following people and household through time Sprick Schuster
405. Replication: Re-visiting past findings Sprick Schuster
406. Household Budgets: A history of living standards Sprick Schuster
407. Follow-up: Updates from previous SSHA papers Sprick Schuster
408. Occupational structures: A history of the labor force Sprick Schuster
409. Money and banking Sprick Schuster
410. Textual Analysis of Digitized Newspapers La Mela
411. Dealing with Data: Sources, Space, and Sex in the Study of Occupational Structure - International Network for the Comparative History of Occupational Structure (INCHOS) Terki-Mignot
412. Author Meets Critic: Economic Success of Chinese Merchants in Southeast Asia: Identity, Ethnic Cooperation and Conflict by Janet T. Landa Erikson
413. Performativity from a New Angle: Planned Economies and Their Data Cucu
414. Replicate This! Revisiting Past Findings in Interdisciplinary Scholarship Eloranta
415. Book Session: The Backbone of Europe Sprick Schuster
416. Book Panel: Sumner Lacroix's Hawaii: 800 Years of Political and Economic Change Burnett
417. Book Panel: Joel Mokyr's A Culture of Growth Burnett
418. Patent Data and Institutions Meyer
419. Patent Data for Measuring Growth and Change Meyer
420. Textual Analysis of Disciplinary Histories: Economics, Sociology and Concepts of Development Saaritsa
421. Matching, Bias and Data Development: Automated Methods for Data Collection and Record Linking Assessed Saaritsa
422. Pandemics, Social Inequality and Risk Saaritsa
423. Opportunities,Exclusion and Outcomes: The Redistribution of Opportunity through Property, Schooling and Covenants in American History Saaritsa
499. Other Topics in this Network Sprick Schuster/Saaritsa/Eloranta/Burnett
Related Sessions in Other Topics
618. Automatic Handwriting Recognition Ruggles
623. EAP and beyond Bengtsson
625. The American Heritage Time Use Study: Overview and New Research Genadek
626. Women's Time Use in the Early and Mid- Twentieth Century: Research Using New Historical Time Dairy Data Genadek
1004. Author Meets Critics, Taisu Zhang, 2017. the Laws and Economics of Confucianism: Kinship and Property in Preindustrial China and England. Cambridge University Press Lee
1113. How the Famine Irish Immigrants Adapted to Mid-19th Century North America Wegge
1304. Public Finance and Data in Chinese History Dean


5. Education, Knowledge and Science

501. Author Meets Critics: The Crisis of Expertise by Gil Eyal Griffen
502. Politics of Truth, Politics of Ignorance Baker
503. Education, Discrimination and Social Stratification Baker
504. Social Science History and Science & Technology Studies: A Theoretical Exchange Baker
505. Critical Perspectives on the Production of Historical Records Baker
506. Data in Education: Assessment, Measurement, and Accounting Baker
507. Historical-comparative Perspectives on Quantification in the Social Sciences Baker
508. Quantification, Data, and the Politics of Social Provision Kindel
509. Expertise I: The Politics Of Environmental Knowledge Griffen
510. Book Session: The Crisis of Expertise by Gil Eyal Griffen
511. Mobilizing Scientific Knowledge in Epistemic Communities Sweet
512. Different Beginnings-Comparative Perspectives on Early Tertiary Education Ren
513. Expertise II: Classifications and Definitions Griffen
514. Expertise III: The Politics of Policy Ideas Griffen
515. Expertise IV: The Politics of Data Griffen
516. Interrogating the Intersections between Higher Education and Civil Society Nations
517. Author Meets Critics: The Known Citizen: A History of Privacy in Modern America by Sarah Igo Myers
518. Truth and Ignorance in Higher Education Baker
519. Education, Discrimination, and Social Stratification II Baker
520. Knowledge, Modernity and the Good Life Baker
521. Knowledge Production and Culture in Historical Context Baker
522. Computational Approaches to Epistemic Change Baker
599. Other Topics in this Network Baker/Huebner/Myers
Related Sessions in Other Topics
418. Patent Data and Institutions Meyer
419. Patent Data for Measuring Growth and Change Meyer
904. Labor's Mind: Intersections of Working-Class History and Intellectual History Wood
1303. Fighting for Access, Equity, and Funding: American Public Schools and Fiscal Policy Nations
1707. Author-Meets-Critics: Leftism Reinvented: Western Parties from Socialism to Neoliberalism, by Stephanie L. Mudge (2018, Harvard University Press) Mudge


6. Family Demography

601. Using smaller data for historical research Nagata
602. Transcription and Data Capture Roberts
603. Roles of Kinship: Demographic Outcomes and Methodology Nelson
604. Kinship effects on adult mortality and longevity Willführ
605. Environmental conditions on Urban Mortality Ramiro-Fariñas
606. Social and professional Trajectories as reflected in the new European databases Bolovan
607. Heights and health in 19th and 20th centuries Kok
608. Love and Marriage? Material Considerations and Couple Formation in the Past Moring
609. Big Data in Historical Research Ruggles
610. Development of Longitudinal Historical Data Ruggles
611. Modalities on transmitting land and moveable property Fauve-Chamoux
612. Ancestry and other Big Data – Collaboration between genealogical organizations and academics Smith
613. Combining different types of data: Anthropomorphic data and Paleo-demography? Steckel
614. Quebec-Utah-Scandinavia Project: Kinship, Grandmothers and Mortality Outcomes Smith
615. Australia-Tasmania Data Project Steckel
616. Sons-in-law, Women, Children and other Unexpected Heads of Household Nagata
617. New Methodologies in Historical Demography Zijdeman
618. Automatic Handwriting Recognition Ruggles
619. Bringing Women Back into the History of Joseon (Korea) in Comparative Perspective Park
620. Love and Marriage? Material Considerations and Couple Formation in the Past Moring
621. Social and professional Trajectories as reflected in the new European databases Bolovan
622. Modes of Transfer Lanzinger
623. EAP and beyond Bengtsson
624. Linking 19th Century Census Records Magnuson
625. The American Heritage Time Use Study: Overview and New Research Genadek
626. Women's Time Use in the Early and Mid- Twentieth Century: Research Using New Historical Time Dairy Data Genadek
699. Other Topics in this Network Nagata/Nelson/Zijdeman


7. Health, Medicine and Body

701. Experiences of the silent - research on the underrepresented Tatarek
702. The relevance of data for non-social scientists Tatarek
703. Research on data based on literature, poetry and memoirs Tatarek
704. Research using public health data Caron
705. Who decides what constitutes data? Caron
706. The politics of data: sexual behaviors Caron
799. Other Topics in this Network Tatarek/Caron
Related Sessions in Other Topics
111. Book Session: Babies Made Us Modern: How Infants Brought America into the Twentieth Century by Janet Golden Bruce
415. Book Session: The Backbone of Europe Sprick Schuster
1115. Health Crossing Borders and Barriers: Latina/o, Immigrant, and Migrant Access to Health Care Hoffman


8. Historical Geography and GIS

801. Emerging Methods: Spatial Analysis and Modeling Kennedy/Trepal
802. Emerging Methods: Computation/Spatial Econometrics Kennedy/Trepal
803. Emerging Methods: Project Reflections Kennedy/Trepal
804. Emerging Methods: Qualitative Narratives Kennedy/Trepal
805. Emerging Methods: Historical Cartography Kennedy/Trepal
806. Multi-Year Project Updates Kennedy/Trepal
807. Critical Historical GIS Kennedy/Trepal
808. Pedagogy Trepal/Kennedy
809. Spatial Narratives Trepal/Kennedy
810. Hazards, Risks and Disasters Trepal/Kennedy
811. Spatial Epidemiology Trepal/Kennedy
812. Social Geography and Networks Trepal/Kennedy
813. Landscape Trepal/Kennedy
814. Historical Geography Trepal/Kennedy
815. Spatial Humanities Trepal/Kennedy
816. Agriculture and Energy in Early-Modern and Modern Europe. The Contribution of GIS Morera
817. Surfacing History from Below: Race and the Digital Humanities Riedel
818. Roundtable: Challenges and Lessons Learned in Multi-Year Historical GIS Projects Kennedy
819. Geographies of Qualitative Sources Clifford
820. Public Facing Historical Big Data Projects: Challenges and Opportunities Trepal
899. Other Topics in this Network Kennedy/Trepal


9. Labor

901. CIO History Redux: Seeking New Histories of Labor in the New Deal Era Wood
902. The Data of Labor History Groeger
903. Understanding the Exceptional Decline of US Trade Unions: Narrative Data and Quantitative Data as Synergy. Bromsen
904. Labor's Mind: Intersections of Working-Class History and Intellectual History Wood
905. Workers' Movements, Mass Migration, and the Globalization of Radical Ideas (1860s-1930s) Delalande
999. Other Topics in this Network Faue/Wood/Walter


10. Macrohistorical Dynamics

1001. What is the "Historical" In Historical Sociology? Lawson
1002. Power and Normativity, Part 1: Meaning, Modernity, Revolution Stuart Brundage
1003. Power and Normativity, Part 2: Sovereignty, Materiality, Empire Stuart Brundage
1004. Author Meets Critics, Taisu Zhang, 2017. the Laws and Economics of Confucianism: Kinship and Property in Preindustrial China and England. Cambridge University Press Lee
1005. Power and Normativity, Part 3: Capitalism, Governance, Subjection Stuart Brundage
1006. Rise and Trajectories of Financial Capital Hung
1007. New History of Capitalism Hung
1008. Violence, Contention, and Warfare Hung
1009. Method and Theory on Historical Change I Hung
1010. Method and Theory on Historical Change II Hung
1011. Foreign Relation and the Military in Nation Formation Hung
1012. Empire and World Order Hung
1013. Social Origins of Institutions Hung
1014. New Frontiers in Comparative Development Hung
1099. Other Topics in this Network Hung/Lee/Little/Ariail Reed
Related Sessions in Other Topics
512. Different Beginnings-Comparative Perspectives on Early Tertiary Education Ren
1423. International Dimensions of Race and State Formation White
1424. Race and Power in Transoceanic Circuits White
1702. Author Meets Critic: Anatomies of Revolution by George Lawson Barkawi
1710. What is Critical History Sewell


11. Migration/Immigration

1101. Migration and mass Incarceration Zanoni
1102. Administrative violence: data and immigration controls  Zanoni
1103. Use and abuse of immigration data  Zanoni
1104. Nativism and anti-immigration sentiments  Zanoni
1105. Xenophobia in the past and present Zanoni
1106. Intersections of migration: race, gender and sexuality Zanoni
1107. Geographies of migration Zanoni
1108. Data, surveillance, and policing bodies and borders Zanoni
1109. Making mobility visible: GIS and mapmaking Zanoni
1110. Climate change and mobility Zanoni
1111. Counting and categorizing mobile people  Zanoni
1112. "Author Meets Critic: Detain and Punish: Haitian Refugees and the Rise of the World's Largest Immigration Detention System by Carl Lindskoog" Lindskoog
1113. How the Famine Irish Immigrants Adapted to Mid-19th Century North America Wegge
1114. Spaces of Immigrant Reception and Exclusion: Immigration Federalism in the United States Jones
1115. Health Crossing Borders and Barriers: Latina/o, Immigrant, and Migrant Access to Health Care Hoffman
1116. 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. Hester
1117. Immigrants Then and Now Kamphoefner
1118. Author Meets Critics: Refuge beyond Reach: How Rich Democracies Repel Asylum Seekers by David Scott FitzGerald Fox
1119. Dubious Data: The Politics and Myth of Border and Migrant Policing Zanoni
1120. Representations and Receptions of Refugees Zanoni
1121. Intersections of Migration and Gender Zanoni
1122. Migration and Mobility in Individual and Collective Memory Zanoni
1123. Effects of Migration Regulation and Restriction Zanoni
1124. Global Migration Systems and Trajectories Zanoni
1125. Networks of Migrant Integration, Support, and Activism Zanoni
1126. Laws, Rights, Policies: Migrants in the Americas Zanoni
1199. Other Topics in this Network Zanoni/Venditto/Condit-Shrestha/McEvoy
Related Sessions in Other Topics
112. Youth and Families in Migration Bruce
1422. The Long-Term Impacts of Discrimination: Named-Based Evidence from Sibling Pair Analyses of Linked U.S. Census and Mortality Data Warren


12. Politics

1201. Empirical and Theoretical Advances in Protest Event Analysis Hanna
1202. Author-Meets-Critics: Sarah L. Quinn, American Bonds: How Credit Markets Shaped a Nation (Princeton University Press, 2019) Mayrl
1203. Asian Populisms in a Comparative Mirror Garrido
1204. Ideologies and Political Formations Rasit
1205. Theoretical Perspectives on Political Parties Schlozman
1206. Author Meets Critic: Conservative Innovators: How States Are Challenging Federal Power by Ben Merriman Greenland
1207. The Dynamics of Political Reform Failure Glaeser
1208. Methods of Inquiry Thurber
1209. PARTIES AND COALITIONS IN U. S. POLITICS Thurber
1211. Recent Developments in American Politics Thurber
1299. Other Topics in this Network Thurber/Mudge
Related Sessions in Other Topics
513. Expertise II: Classifications and Definitions Griffen
514. Expertise III: The Politics of Policy Ideas Griffen
515. Expertise IV: The Politics of Data Griffen
905. Workers' Movements, Mass Migration, and the Globalization of Radical Ideas (1860s-1930s) Delalande
1118. Author Meets Critics: Refuge beyond Reach: How Rich Democracies Repel Asylum Seekers by David Scott FitzGerald Fox
1420. Theorizing Race, Time, and Temporality Rodríguez-Muñiz
1421. The American State’s Retreat from Civil Rights Thurston
1515. Author Meets Critics: Religion and Nationalism in Global Perspective, by J. Christopher Soper and Joel S. Fetzer, Peker
1703. Democratic Disenchantment Garrido
1704. Politics of Nostalgia Karakaya
1711. The Future of Comparative-Historical Social Science II: Extending Classical Traditions Eidlin
1712. Author Meets Critics: Adom Getachew's Worldmaking after Empire: The Rise and Fall of Self-Determination (Princeton University Press 2019). Adams
1716. The Histories and Vocabularies of Liberation: Before and after 1948 Birla
1814. How Ideas Shape Urban Political Development Dilworth
1903. Histories of Gender, Resistance, and Women's Empowerment in the Americas Pieper-Mooney
1906. What was Objectivity? Ayn Rand, Objectivism, and the historical use of data Vukadinovic


13. Public Finance

1301. Author Meets Critic/Roundtable: Ronald Reagan and the Tax Cut Revolution by Monica Prasad Michelmore
1302. Author Meets Critics: How Taxpayers Trumped Children in the Fight Against Child Poverty, by Josh McCabe Nations
1303. Fighting for Access, Equity, and Funding: American Public Schools and Fiscal Policy Nations
1304. Public Finance and Data in Chinese History Dean
1305. State Capacity, Democracy and Revenue Barnes
1306. Facts and Fictions: Expert Ideas in the Politics of Public Finance Barnes
1307. Local Public Finance Barnes
1399. Other Topics in this Network Barnes/Michelmore


14. Race and Ethnicity

1401. Exploring Racial Violence 100 years after the Red Summer of 1919 Ivory
1402. Histories of Segregation: Chicago 1919 Ivory
1403. The Contract with America: Twenty-five Years Later Ivory
1404. Race and Methodological Inequalities Ivory
1405. Parallels and Divergences in Race and Ethnicity Ivory
1406. Which Box to Check? Latinos and Census Data Ivory
1407. Decolonizing Methodologies Jewell
1408. At-Home Genetic Testing and the Quantification of Racial Identities Jewell
1409. The Death of the Black Panther Party Jewell
1410. Race and the Prohibition Era, 1920-1933 Jewell
1411. Latinx Revolutionaries since 1919 Jewell
1412. New Perspectives on Chinese Ethnic Enclaves Jewell
1413. Understudied Racial Populations Jewell
1414. Racial Consequences of the Mis(Use) of Social Research Martinez-Cola
1415. Co-Sponsored w/ Knowledge Martinez-Cola
1416. Co-Sponsored w/ Culture Network Martinez-Cola
1417. Race, Youth, and Social Movements Martinez-Cola
1418. AMC for Delores Trevizo’s Neighborhood Poverty, Segregation, and the Reproduction of Disadvantage Martinez-Cola
1419. AMC for Katherine Benton-Cohen’s Inventing the Immigration Problem: The Dillingham Commission and its Legacy Martinez-Cola
1420. Theorizing Race, Time, and Temporality Rodríguez-Muñiz
1421. The American State’s Retreat from Civil Rights Thurston
1422. The Long-Term Impacts of Discrimination: Named-Based Evidence from Sibling Pair Analyses of Linked U.S. Census and Mortality Data Warren
1423. International Dimensions of Race and State Formation White
1424. Race and Power in Transoceanic Circuits White
1499. Other Topics in this Network Jewell/Martinez-Cola
Related Sessions in Other Topics
211. Policing in Chicago: Big Data and Racialized Surveillance Clarno
212. New Data and New Perspectives on Mob Violence Bailey
1114. Spaces of Immigrant Reception and Exclusion: Immigration Federalism in the United States Jones
1116. 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. Hester
1117. Immigrants Then and Now Kamphoefner
1119. Dubious Data: The Politics and Myth of Border and Migrant Policing Zanoni
1708. Immigration, Race, and State Gatekeepers Brown
1813. Book Session: Citizen Brown, Race, Democracy, and Inequality in the St. Louis Suburbs Gordon


15. Religion

1501. Religion across Boundaries Altinordu
1502. Religion and Populism/Populist Politics Altinordu
1503. Religion and Gender Altinordu
1504. Religion and Contemporary Geopolitics Altinordu
1505. Religion and State Formation Peker
1506. Secularizations, Secularisms, Secularities Peker
1507. Religion and Law Peker
1508. Religion as a Category of Analysis Nelson
1509. Religion and Social Movements Nelson
1510. Religion and Science Nelson
1511. Religion and Field Theory Saeed
1512. Quantitative Approaches to Religion Saeed
1513. Religion and Politics in Contemporary U.S. Saeed
1514. A Quarter Century with Public Religions in the Modern World Altinordu
1515. Author Meets Critics: Religion and Nationalism in Global Perspective, by J. Christopher Soper and Joel S. Fetzer, Peker
1516. Commemorating David Martin: The Past and Future of Secularization Theory Peker
1517. Comparative secularity: Concepts and Methods Kuenkler
1599. Other Topics in this Network Altinordu/Peker/Nelson/Saeed
Related Sessions in Other Topics
1715. Interdisciplinary Histories of Religion, Economics, and Culture Doten-Snitker


16. Rural, Agricultural and Environmental

1601. Food Security/Food Deserts in Historical Perspective Leonard/MacFadyen
1602. Health Care in Rural Areas in Historical Perspective Leonard/MacFadyen
1603. What is Remoteness? Leonard/MacFadyen
1604. Asian Enviromental History Leonard/MacFadyen
1605. Commodity data is messy: Issues in commodity production and quantification Leonard
1699. Other Topics in this Network Leonard/MacFadyen
Related Sessions in Other Topics
509. Expertise I: The Politics Of Environmental Knowledge Griffen
816. Agriculture and Energy in Early-Modern and Modern Europe. The Contribution of GIS Morera


17. States and Society

1701. The Future of Comparative-Historical Social Science Iii: Recovering Submerged Traditions Edwards
1702. Author Meets Critic: Anatomies of Revolution by George Lawson Barkawi
1703. Democratic Disenchantment Garrido
1704. Politics of Nostalgia Karakaya
1705. Data Intensive Approaches to Civil Society and Economic Concepts Erikson
1706. Reaggregating the State?: A Progress Report Orloff
1707. Author-Meets-Critics: Leftism Reinvented: Western Parties from Socialism to Neoliberalism, by Stephanie L. Mudge (2018, Harvard University Press) Mudge
1708. Immigration, Race, and State Gatekeepers Brown
1709. Author Meets Critic: Global Borderlands: Fantasy, Violence, and Empire in Subic Bay, Philippines by Victoria Reyes Reyes
1710. What is Critical History Sewell
1711. The Future of Comparative-Historical Social Science II: Extending Classical Traditions Eidlin
1712. Author Meets Critics: Adom Getachew's Worldmaking after Empire: The Rise and Fall of Self-Determination (Princeton University Press 2019). Adams
1713. Gendered States Orloff
1714. Space, Materiality, and State-Society Relations in the Middle East and Beyond Neep
1715. Interdisciplinary Histories of Religion, Economics, and Culture Doten-Snitker
1716. The Histories and Vocabularies of Liberation: Before and after 1948 Birla
1717. The Future of Comparative-Historical Social Science I: Scholarly Borderlands Wilson/Mayrl
1799. Other Topics in this Network Cohen/Ackerman/Gill/Noy
Related Sessions in Other Topics
305. Thinking with Stuart Hall: World-Making and the Afterlives of Empire Hammer
306. Author Meets Critics/The Civil Sphere in East Asia edited by Jeffrey C. Alexander, Agnes Shuk-mei Ku, Sunwoong Park and David A Palmer Spillman
412. Author Meets Critic: Economic Success of Chinese Merchants in Southeast Asia: Identity, Ethnic Cooperation and Conflict by Janet T. Landa Erikson
413. Performativity from a New Angle: Planned Economies and Their Data Cucu
1001. What is the "Historical" In Historical Sociology? Lawson
1201. Empirical and Theoretical Advances in Protest Event Analysis Hanna
1202. Author-Meets-Critics: Sarah L. Quinn, American Bonds: How Credit Markets Shaped a Nation (Princeton University Press, 2019) Mayrl
1203. Asian Populisms in a Comparative Mirror Garrido
1204. Ideologies and Political Formations Rasit
1206. Author Meets Critic: Conservative Innovators: How States Are Challenging Federal Power by Ben Merriman Greenland
1812. Author Meets Critic: The Patchwork City by Marco Garrido Garrido


18. Urban

1801. Public health interventions and urban mortality Levenson
1802. Urban Inequalities: poverty, race, and housing Levenson
1803. Histories and collective memories of urban change Levenson
1804. Snapshots of the city: new cartographies Levenson
1805. Spatial data and urban change Levenson
1806. Climate change and the city: urban environments and ecologies Diwakar
1807. Rethinking the Chicago School and urban sociology Diwakar
1808. "Urbanization" and cities of the Global South Diwakar
1809. The city, the state, and urban governance Diwakar
1810. Gentrification and neighborhood change Diwakar
1811. Reconceptualizing Urban Keywords from the Global South Garrido
1812. Author Meets Critic: The Patchwork City by Marco Garrido Garrido
1813. Book Session: Citizen Brown, Race, Democracy, and Inequality in the St. Louis Suburbs Gordon
1814. How Ideas Shape Urban Political Development Dilworth
1899. Other Topics in this Network Diwakar/Levenson
Related Sessions in Other Topics
207. The Social Construction of Criminality and Deviance: Sexuality, Race, Housing, and Booze in 1919 Chicago Smith
208. Book Session: "Policing Los Angeles: Race, Resistance, and the Rise of the LAPD" by Max Felker-Kantor Klein
209. Debating Progressive-Era Police Professionalization Frantz


19. Women, Gender and Sexuality

1901. From Role Models to Representation to Struggles for Rights: Translating Understandings of Gender and Sexuality Swietlicki 
1902. Gender, Power, and Law Donovan
1903. Histories of Gender, Resistance, and Women's Empowerment in the Americas Pieper-Mooney
1904. Author Meets Critic: Histories of the Transgender Child by Julian Gill-Peterson Grisard
1905. Divining Desires through Institutions: The Possibilities and Limits of Data Liu
1906. What was Objectivity? Ayn Rand, Objectivism, and the historical use of data Vukadinovic
1999. Other Topics in this Network Grisard/Pieper-Mooney/Goessl
Related Sessions in Other Topics
109. Seeing Childhood History through Graphic Memoirs Maynes
113. Representations of Empire in Albums and Scrapbooks Dillenburg
210. Cruelty, Theft, Murder: Gender and Emotion from British and Australian Legal Data, 1850s-1950s Neale
619. Bringing Women Back into the History of Joseon (Korea) in Comparative Perspective Park
1713. Gendered States Orloff


20. Other Submissions

2002. Poster Sessions (Use for submissions to be considered only as a poster) Jaremski/Reeder/Helgertz