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12
Aug

Feeling Race when Race does not “Exist”

This guest post is published as part of our Scholar-Activist series related to the American Sociological Association conference from August 11 – 14 in Philadelphia. #ASA18 #ScholarActivist By Jean Beaman, author of Citizen Outsider: Children …

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11
Aug

Award-Winning Authors and Books at ASA 2018

At this year’s American Sociological Association conference, we celebrate the work of our award-winning authors. Congratulations to our wonderful scholars, teachers, and activists.#ASA18 #ScholarActivist Aldon Morris, The Scholar Denied: W. E. B. Du Bois …

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07
Aug

At APSA, Evaluating a Democracy in Crisis

During this year’s annual American Political Science Association conference in Boston from August 30 – September 2, conference attendees will consider Democracy and Its Discontents—how current dilemmas of democracy provoke scholars to work …

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13
Jul

Latinx Studies Now

The Latina/o Studies Association conference is occurring in Washington, D.C. this week until July 15th. Attendees hope to foster dialogue, build community, and highlight the activism needed to address and combat the racism, …

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10
Jun

Draining the Swamp in Mexico

This post is published in conjunction with the Law and Society Association annual conference in Toronto, June 7-10. #LSACA18 #LSA2018 By Keith Guzik, author of Making Things Stick: Surveillance Technologies and Mexico’s War on …

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23
May

A Fluid Practice

This post is written by Jim Logan and originally appeared on the website for the UC Santa Barbara Current. This post is published in conjunction with the Latin American Studies Association congress in Barcelona. …

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13
Apr

Are Children Ruling the World Yet?

This guest post is published around the Association for Asian Studies conference in Washington D.C., occurring March 22-25, 2018. #AAS2018 by Sabine Frühstück, author of Child’s Play: Multi-Sensory Histories of Children and Childhood in Japan …

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