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German Population of the US, 1870

42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association

Changing Social Connections in Time and Space November 2-5, 2017 Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Montreal, Quebec Canada

www.ssha.org


42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association

Cover design by Dennis Laffoon Bloomington, Indiana

From The Statistics of the Population of the United States, map by Francis Amasa Walker, Compiled from the Original Returns of the Ninth Census, 1872. PerryCastaĂąeda Library Map Collection.

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association

Table of Contents President’s Welcome .................................................................................................... 2 Officers and Committees ........................................................................................ 3 – 7 2017 SSHA/Tilly Graduate Student Travel Awards ...................................................... 8 SSHA Information ................................................................................................ 9 – 10 Book Exhibit .............................................................................................................. 10 SSHA Committee Meetings ........................................................................................ 11 Network Representatives .................................................................................... 12 – 13 Network Meetings ...................................................................................................... 14 Special Conference Events ......................................................................................... 15 Presidential Address and Reception Association Business Meeting Sharlin Memorial Award Session Presidential Sessions .................................................................................................. 16 Session Listing by Network ................................................................................. 17 – 18 Program at a Glance .................................................................................................... 19 Conference Program ......................................................................................... 20 – 149 Montréal Information ..................................................................................... 150 – 152 Author Index ................................................................................................... 153 – 163 Advertisements ................................................................................................ 164 – 165 Hotel Maps .......................................................................................... 166 – Back cover

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association President’s Welcome This is the first time our association has met in Montreal and the first time we have encouraged papers in another language. Thus we exemplify the theme of the conference, “Changing Social Connections in Time and Space.” We are all aware of how time has conquered space in our everyday lives due to social media and the internet, but “social connectedness” has been much less explored in the past. We know about some connections – trade, epidemics, transportation, to name only a few - but the different realms have not been considered together to ask more general questions about the social fabric. Are claims for how connected we are today exaggerated ? We will not know unless we use the new measures and tools to elucidate materials from the past. I am grateful to the Program Co Chairs, Barry Eidlin, Dan Lefreniere and Mary Louise Nagata and the Network Chairs for putting together a very exciting program with many sessions that do just that. This year we have two special events that can help us understand Québécois society and culture. I am grateful to Robert Sweeney for offering two walking tours and to Barry Eidlin for organizing a special showing of the 1991 film Comfort and Indifference by Academy Award-winning French-Canadian director Denys Arcand. This film tells the story of the 1980 referendum for Quebec Independence, which only lost by the narrowest of margins. It will be shown on Friday after the last paper session, at 7 PM, and afterwards there will be a question and answer period moderated by University of Michigan sociologist Geneviève Zubrzycki, an expert on Québécois society and culture. We are launching a new fundraising campaign Preserving the Past, Advancing the Future. We hope you will join us. Our efforts have already provided more and larger travel awards to graduate students than before – one per network ( listed on page X). More than one third of our attendees are graduate students. Our non hierarchical structure allows them to participate fully in the conference and we all benefit from the open discussion across disciplines and age groups. If you are interested in making a contribution please visit our web page (www.ssha.org) and select the Donate button. As we study connectedness in the past, we are also advancing scholarly communication within our Association. During the past year the Web Site Task Force has created a new web page and a Twitter feed (@socscihist). I want to thank Princeton University’s Department of Sociology for offering financial support for our new website and to Alex Kindle, a PhD student in Sociology at Princeton, who was instrumental in its redesign. I look forward to a future when the Association’s news circles the globe quickly allowing us “connect” more easily and explore new ideas and new questions together. Alice Bee Kasakoff University of South Carolina (Geography) SSHA 2017 President

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association

Officers and Committees Social Science History Association 2016-17

President Alice Bee Kasakoff University of South Carolina (Geography) Vice President Frederick F. Wherry Princeton University (Sociology) Treasurer Katherine A. Lynch Carnegie Mellon University (History) Executive Director William C. Block Cornell University (CISER)

Past Presidents Myron Gutmann University of Colorado (History) Susan Carter University of California, Riverside (Economics) Thomas Sugrue University of Pennsylvania (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Executive Committee

Term Expires 2017 Rebecca Emigh University of California, Los Angeles (Sociology) Kris Inwood University of Guelph (Economics and History) Kenneth Sylvester University of Michigan (ICPSR)

Term Expires 2018 Simone Wegge City University of New York (Economics) Elizabeth Popp Berman University at Albany, SUNY (Sociology) Steven Ruggles University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center) Term Expires 2019 Hilde Bras Wageningen University (Sociology) Cedric de Leon Providence College (Sociology) Fatma Müge Göçek University of Michigan (Sociology)

Editor, Social Science History Anne McCants Massachusetts Institute of Technology (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association 2017 Program Committee Barry Eidlin McGill University (Sociology) Don Lafreniere Michigan Tech University (Social Sciences) Mary Louise Nagata Francis Marion University (History) Publications Committee Term Expires 2017 David Mitch University of Maryland-Baltimore County (Economics) Ann Knowles Middlebury College (Geography) Term Expires 2018 Amy Kate Bailey University of Illinois, Chicago (Sociology) Janet Golden Rutgers University (History) Term Expires 2019 Julian Go Boston University (Sociology) Nancy Tatarek Ohio University (Anthropology)

Allan Sharlin Memorial Award Committee Term Expires 2017 William C. Block Cornell University (CISER) Fabian Drixler Yale University (History) Emily Erikson Yale University (Sociology) Alan L. Olmstead University of California, Davis (Economics) 5


42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Presidents Book Award Committee Term Expires 2017 Timothy Cuff (Chair) Westminster College (History) Leah Boustan Princeton University (Economics) Lorraine Minnite Rutgers University (Public Policy and Administration) Jonathan Wyrtzen Yale University (History) William C. Block Cornell University (CISER) 2017 Nominating Committee Mabel Berezin (Chair) Cornell University (Sociology) Diego Ramiro-FariĂąas Spanish National Research Council (Population) J. David Hacker University of Minnesota (History and Minnesota Population Center) Cybelle Fox University of California, Berkeley (Sociology) 2017 Travel Award Selection Committee Barry Eidlin McGill University (Sociology) Don Lafreniere Michigan Tech University (Social Sciences) Mary Louise Nagata Francis Marion University (History) With advice from the SSHA Network Representatives Conference Management Judy Warner Indiana University Conferences, Senior Manager 6


42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association SSHA Website Task Force Philip VanderMeer (Chair) Arizona State University (History) Alex Kindel Princeton University (Sociology) Evan Roberts University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center and Sociology) Daniel Steward University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Sociology) Robert C. H. Sweeny Memorial University of Newfoundland (History) Frederick F. Wherry Princeton University (Sociology) SSHA Fund Raising Committee Myron Gutmann (Chair) University of Colorado (History) George Alter University of Michigan (ICPSR) Margo Anderson University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (History and Urban Studies) William C. Block Cornell University (CISER) (ex officio as Executive Director) Susan Carter University of California, Riverside (Economics) Elisabeth Clemens University of Chicago (Sociology) Michael Haines Colgate University (Economics) Alice Bee Kasakoff University of South Carolina (Geography) Katherine Lynch Carnegie Mellon University (History) (ex officio as Treasurer) Steven Ruggles University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center) Thomas Sugrue University of Pennsylvania (History) Philip VanderMeer Arizona State University (History) Frederick F. Wherry Princeton University (Sociology) 7


42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association 2017 SSHA/Tilly Graduate Student Travel Awards Montreal 2017 Conference SSHA congratulates the following winners of graduate student travel awards: Childhood & Youth

Andrew Zetts, Villanova University

Crime, Justice and the Law

Ha-kyoung Lee, Seoul National University

Culture

Ferdinand Nyberg, Eberhard Karls University

Economics

Volker Daniel, Martin Luther Univ of Halle-Wittenberg

Education

Katherine MacCormac, The University of Western Ontario

Family/History/Demography

Enrico Debiasi, Lund University

Health & Medicine

Carrie Streeter, University of California, San Diego

Historical Geography & GIS

S. Wright Kennedy, Rice University

Labor

Margaret Nettesheim Hoffmann, Marquette University

Macro-Historical Dynamics

Bernd Wurpts, University of Washington

Migration/Immigration

Teuntje Vosters, Leiden University

Politics

Huseyin Rasit, Yale University

Public Finance

Per Andersson, Lunds Universite

Race & Ethnicity

Christi Kruger, University of the Witwatersrand

Religion

Matleena Sopanen, University of Tampere

Rural, Agricultural & Environmental

Laura Larsen, University of Saskatchewan

States and Society

Paul Gutierrez, Brown University

Urban

Zubeida Lowton, University of Westminster

Women, Gender, Sexuality

Lucky Igohosa Ugbudian, Federal University NdufuAlike Ikwo, Nigeria

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association SSHA Membership The Social Science History Association is an interdisciplinary group of scholars that shares interests in social life and theory; historiography, and historical and socialscientific methodologies. SSHA might be best seen as a coalition of distinctive scholarly communities. Our substantive intellectual work ranges from everyday life in the medieval world – and sometimes earlier -- to contemporary global politics, but we are united in our historicized approach to understanding human events, explaining social processes, and developing innovative theory. The term “social science history” has meant different things to different academic generations. In the 1970s, when the SSHA’s first meetings were held, the founding generation of scholars took it to reflect their concern to address pressing questions by combining social-science method and new forms of historical evidence. Quantitative approaches were especially favored by the association’s historical demographers, as well as some of the economic, social and women’s historians of the time. By the 1980s and 1990s, other waves of scholars – including culturally-oriented historians and anthropologists, geographers, political theorists, and comparative-historical social scientists -- had joined the conversation. New intellectual directions continue to emerge at the outset of the 21st century. Today’s SSHA incorporates a diversity of scholarly styles, with lots of crosstalk among them. Information regarding SSHA membership is available at http://ssha.org.

SSHA Journal Social Science History, the journal of the Social Science History Association, is published quarterly and is sent to members of the association. Submissions are invited via the online platform supported by Editorial Manager. To submit an article, please visit www.editorialmanager.com/ssha. Further information can also be obtained by contacting socialsciencehistory@mit.edu.

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association SSHA 2018 Annual Conference The Social Science History Association will hold its 43rd annual conference in Phoenix, Arizona, November 8-11, 2018. The conference will be held at The Hyatt Regency Phoenix. The organization’s long-standing interest in methodology makes SSHA meetings exciting places to explore new solutions to historical problems. We encourage the participation of graduate students and recent Ph.D.s, as well as more-established scholars, from a wide range of disciplines and departments. Future dates and sites: November 21-24, 2019, Chicago (Palmer House).

Book Exhibit The book exhibit will be located in the Square Victoria Room, located on the Convention Level of the hotel. In addition to The Scholar’s Choice, which will be representing several publishers, SSHA welcomes the following exhibitors: the University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center), and Cambridge University Press.

Exhibit Schedule: Friday, November 3 8:00am-5:30pm Saturday, November 4, 8:00am-4:30pm

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association SSHA Committee Meetings Thursday, November 2, 2017, 4:45 – 6:45pm SSHA Executive Committee I

Rue Crescent – Convention Level

Saturday, November 4, 2017, 12:00 – 2:00pm SSHA Editorial Board Rue Crescent – Convention Level Sunday, November 5, 2017, 8:00 – 9:00am 2018 Program Committee -including Network Reps

Rue Crescent – Convention Level

Sunday, November 5, 2017, 9:00 – 10:00am Executive Committee II

Rue Crescent – Convention Level

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Network Representatives Childhood & Youth Emily Bruce, University of Minnesota-Morris (History) Elizabeth Dillenburg, University of Minnesota (History) Atacan Atakan, University of Arizona (African Studies) Crime, Justice and the Law Glenn Svedin, Mid-Sweden University (Humanities) Donald Fyson, Université Laval (History) Culture Claire Laurier Decoteau, University of Illinois at Chicago (Sociology ) Tad Skotnicki, University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Sociology) Jeffrey Guhin, University of Virginia (Culture) Kathleen (Casey) Oberlin, Grinnell College (Sociology) Economics Matt Jaremski, Colgate University (Economics) Philip T. Hoffman, California Institute of Technology (Humanities and Social Sciences) Kris Inwood, University of Guelph (Economics and History) Steven Sprick Schuster, Colgate University (Economics) Education/Knowledge/Science Zeke Baker, University of California, Davis (Sociology) Kim Tolley, Notre Dame de Namur University (Education and Leadership) Daniel Huebner, University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Sociology) Family History/Demography Lisa Dillon, Université de Montréal (Demography) Mary Louise Nagata, Francis Marion University (History) Matt Nelson, University of Minnesota (History) Health/Medicine/Body Nancy Tatarek, Ohio University (Sociology and Anthropology) Simone Caron, Wake Forest University (History) Historical Geography and GIS Robert Schwartz, Mount Holyoke (Geography) Dan Trepal, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) Labor Elizabeth Faue, Wayne State University (History) Zophia Edwards, Providence College (Sociology) Macro-historical Dynamics Daniel Little, University of Michigan, Dearborn (Philosophy) Peter Perdue, Yale University (History) James Lee, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities and Social Science)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Network Representatives Migration/Immigration Elizabeth Venditto, University of Minnesota (History) Linda Reeder, University of Missouri (History) Marina Maccari-Clayton, University of Tennessee (History) Politics Tim Thurber, Virginia Commonwealth University (History) Stephanie Lee Mudge, University of California, Davis (Sociology) Public Finance Lucy Barnes, University College London (Political Science) Molly Michelmore, Washington and Lee University (History) Race & Ethnicity Marisela Martinez-Cola, Emory University (Sociology) Elizabeth Onasch, SUNY Plattsburgh (Sociology) Joseph O. Jewell, Texas A&M University (Sociology) Religion Ates Altinordu, Sabanci University, Turkey (Sociology) Damon Mayrl, Colby College (Sociology) Philip Gorski, Yale University (Sociology) Samuel Nelson, McGill University (Religious Studies) Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental Patrick Svensson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (Agrarian History) Susan Hautaniemi Leonard, University of Michigan (ICPSR) States & Society Aliza Luft, University of California, Los Angeles (Sociology) Michael McCarthy, Marquette University (Sociology) Shiri Noy, University of Wyoming (Sociology) Urban Robin Bartram, Northwestern University (Sociology) Ellen Manovich, University of Minnesota (History) Women, Gender & Sexuality Dominique Grisard, University of Basel (Gender Studies) Jadwiga Pieper-Mooney, University of Arizona (History) Martin Goessl, University of Applied Sciences Joanneum, Austria (Equality and Diversity)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Network Meetings SSHA Networks are special interest groups that generate ideas and organize sessions for the next year's conference. As part of the program committee, Network Representatives perform the important task of coordinating sessions. Meetings are open to all interested individuals. Friday, 1:00 – 1:45pm Crime, Justice and the Law

Av. Van-Horne

Economics

Av. Duluth

Education/ Knowledge/Science

Av. Viger

Historical Geography and GIS

Av. Laurier

Macro-Historical Dynamics

Square Dorchester

Health/Medicine/Body

Rue Saint-Denis

Race & Ethnicity

Rue Mansfield

Family/History/Demography

Rue Sherbrooke

Childhood & Youth

Rue McGill

Friday, 1:45 – 2:30pm

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Culture

Av. Van-Horne

Urban

Av. Duluth

Labor

Av. Viger

Migration/Immigration

Av. Laurier

Politics

Square Dorchester

Public Finance

Rue Notre-Dame

Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental

Rue Saint-Denis

Religion

Rue Mansfield

States & Society

Rue Sherbrooke

Women, Gender & Sexuality

Rue McGill


42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Special Conference Events Welcome Reception Thursday, 7:00-8:30pm

Square Dorchester & Parc Mont Royal A Convention level

Historic Montreal Walking Tour (pre-registation required) Thursday, 10:15 am – 12:15 pm Depart from Hotel Front Lobby

2017 Sharlin Memorial Award Winner K12 Saturday, 10:15 am – 12:15 pm Contested Embrace: Transborder Membership Politics in Twentieth-Century Korea Jaeeun Kim, University of Michigan (Sociology)

Annual Business Meeting Saturday, 5:30-6:00pm

Place du Canada Convention level

Frederick F. Wherry, Princeton University (Sociology) , and 2017 Vice President, Social Science History Association

President’s Address Saturday, 6:00-6:30pm

Place du Canada Convention level

The Space of Families: Past Present and Future Alice Bee Kasakoff, University of South Carolina (Geography), and 2017 President, Social Science History Association We invite all registrants to attend this special plenary session late Saturday afternoon for Awards, the Business Meeting and the Presidential Address, followed by a gala reception in the Square Dorchester & Park Mont Royal Rooms.

President’s Reception Saturday, 6:30-8:00pm

Square Dorchester & Parc Mont Royal A+B+C, Convention level

We would like to thank the University of South Carolina, Office of the Vice President for Research, for their generous support of the Presidential Reception.

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Presidential Sessions A14

B5

Thursday, November 2 8:00 – 10:00 am Circulating Practices: Networks and Exchange between Emerging Cities in Europe's Borderlands, 1880-1945 Thursday, November 2 10:15 am – 12:15 pm Residential and Social Mobility in the United States: New Studies using IPUMS 12:30 – 2:30 pm

C11

Thursday, November 2 Multiple Mobilities

D14

Thursday, November 2 2:45 – 4:45 pm The Colonization of Global Space in the Nineteenth Century

E8

Thursday, November 2 5:00 – 7:00 pm Careers and Migration in Europe and Asia

F7

Friday, November 3 8:00 – 10:00 am Building Historical Big Data Together I: Crowd-Sourcing, Citizen Science, and Large-Scale Online Collaborations

G1

Friday, November 3 10:15 am – 12:15 pm Children across Borders: Processes and Justifications for Child Placement and Child Migration

H15

Friday, November 3 2:45 – 4:45 pm Transportation and Infrastructure from a Local Community Perspective

I10

Friday, November 3 Refugees and Resettlement

J5

Saturday, November 4 8:00 – 10:00 am Effects of Proximity and Social Networks on Demographic Outcomes

K3

Saturday, November 4 10:15 am – 12:15 pm Long Distance Trade, Women's Economic Spheres, Made Beaver, and State Intervention: Case Studies in Indigenous-European Economies in Canada, Ca. 1713-1960

L7

Saturday, November 4 Architectures of Hurry I

M10

Saturday, November 4 3:15 – 5:15 pm Geographies of (In)Exclusion: The Role of Race and Space in America

N1

Sunday, November 5 8:00 – 10:00 am 20th Century Communications Technologies--Transforming Time, Space, and Subjects

O5

Sunday, November 5 10:15 am – 12:15 pm The Dispersion of Kin: New Approaches

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5:00 – 7:00 pm

1:00 – 3:00 pm


42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Sessions by Network Childhood and Youth

A1, B1, C1, D1, D17, F1, F2, G1, J19, L1, M1, O1

Crime, Justice, and the Law

A2, C1, C3, D7, D14, E1, G2, H1, J1, J7, K1, K11, K14, L13, N15, N17, O2, O12

Culture

A1, A3, A13, B1, B11, C2, C13, D2, D15, D17, E2, E16, F2, F3, F5, G3, G16, H2, H3, H14, H19, I1, I4, I11, I14, I15, J2, J11, J13, J17, K2, K16, L1, L7, M3, M4, M6, M11, M14, M15, N1, N10, O11, O17

Economics

A4, B2, B3, C3, D3, D10, D17, E5, F4, F8, G4, G5, G11, G13, G17, H4, H5, I2, I3, J3, J4, J7, J8, J14, K3, K4, K6, K14, L2, L3, L5, L14, M2, M3, N2, N3, N5, N6, N15, O3, O6, O11, O14

Education

B4, D1, F5, F9, F12, H6, I4, J19, K5, K14, L1, L4, M1, M4, M14, N4, O4

Family/Demography

B2, B5, C3, C4, C5, C6, D4, E1, E3, F6, F7, G4, G5, G6, H4, I5, I7, I16, J3, J5, J6, J7, K6, K7, L1, L5, L6, M2, M5, N2, O5, O6

Health/Medicine/Body

A4, A5, C3, C6, D5, D14, E4, E6, E10, H7, H19, I4, I6, J3, J6, J19, K6, K14, L2, M4, M15, N2, N12, O1

Historical Geography and GIS A6, A7, B6, C6, C7, D6, D14, E5, F7, G6, G7, G11, H8, I7, J4, J7, K7, K8, L2, L7, M6, M10, N3, N5, N6, O3, O5, O7 Labor

A4, B2, B7, C8, C11, D7, E6, F8, F9, G7, G13, H17, J7, J8, J9, K2, K7, K9, K11, L5, L13, M12, O1, O14

Macro-Historical Dynamics

A8, , B8, B10, C9, C14, D8, D10, E5, E7, E8, E12, E14, F10, F11, G13, I1, I2, I8, I11, J7, J10, J17, K9, K10, K12, K17, L3, L8, L10, L14, M2, M7, N3, O8, O14

Migration/Immigration

A9, B2, B9, C3, C10, C11, D6, D9, D14, E5, E8, E10, F12, F13, F20, G1, G7, H9, H10, H13, I3, I7, I9, I10, I11, I13, I16, J11, J12, K11, K12, K13, K19, L4, L9, L11, M8, M10, N7, N15, N17, O1, O5, O9

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Politics

A13, B3, B8, B10, B11, B12, C14, D3, D7, D10, D11, D12, D17, D18, E12, E14, E16, F4, F8, F14, G5, G9, G12, G13, H11, H13, H14, H16, H17, I2, I11, I12, I14, I15, I16, J2, J8, J13, J14, J15, J19, K2, K4, K14, L12, L14, M3, M10, M11, M12, M15, N7, N10, N13, O13, O17

Program Committee

E9, G16, H17, I1, I14, J7, N8

Public Finance

F4, F15, G10, H5, H12, K4, K14, N3, N9, O3, O10, O14

Race and Ethnicity

A1, , B2, B13, C12, C14, D12, D16, D18, E10, E16, F2, F12, F16, G1, G11, G17, H13, H16, H19, I12, I14, J3, J7, J9, J16, K3, K4, K11, K12, K15, L1, L3, L10, L11, L16, M1, M9, M10, M14, M15, N4, N7, O1

Religion

A10, B3, C13, D6, D13, G12, H14, J17, K16, L12, M11, N10, N11, O11

Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental

A8, B10, C11, D1, E5, E11, F2, F7, G6, G15, H8, H15, J7, K3, L2, L5, M2, N5

States and Society

A8, , A12, A13, B1, B8, B10, B14, C14, C15, C16, D3, D11, D14, D15, D17, D18, E8, E12, E13, E14, E16, F1, F14, F18, G9, G12, G13, G14, G17, H11, H13, H16, H17, H19, I2, I8, I12, I13, I14, I15, I16, J13, J15, J16, J17, J19, K2, K12, K14, K16, K17, L11, L12, L13, L14, M2, M12, M15, N12, N13, N14, N15, N17, O10, O12, O13, O14, O15, O16, O17

Urban

A6, A14, C17, D6, D16, E5, E15, F7, F19, G6, G7, G11, G15, H8, H18, J7, J9, J11, J18, K18, L5, L7, L15, M6, M13, N5, N16, O3, O16

Women, Gender, and Sexuality

A1, B1, B9, C1, C11, D1, D17, D18, E16, F1, F9, F20, G1, G12, G16, G17, H4, H17, H19, I14, I15, I16, J9, J11, J19, K3, K14, K19, L1, L4, L5, L9, L13, L16, M1, M12, M14, M15, N12, N17, O11, O17

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Program at a Glance

Thursday, November 2, 2017 Registration Paper Sessions Paper Sessions Book Exhibit set-up Paper Sessions Paper Sessions Paper Sessions Opening Reception

7:00am – 4:30pm 8:00am – 10:00am 10:15am – 12:15pm 11:00am – 6:00pm 12:30pm – 2:30pm 2:45pm – 4:45pm 5:00pm – 7:00pm 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Mezzanine Meeting Rooms Meeting Rooms Square Victoria Meeting Rooms Meeting Rooms Meeting Rooms Square Dorchester

7:30am – 4:30pm 8:00am – 5:30pm 8:00am – 10:00am 10:15am – 11:45am 1:00pm – 1:45pm 1:45pm – 2:30pm 2:45pm – 4:45pm 5:00pm – 7:00pm 7:15pm – 9:00pm

Mezzanine Square Victoria Meeting Rooms Meeting Rooms Meeting Rooms Meeting Rooms Meeting Rooms Meeting Rooms Av. Laurier

7:30am – 3:30pm 8:00am – 4:30pm 8:00am – 10:00am 10:15am – 12:15pm 1:00pm – 3:00pm 3:15pm – 5:15pm 5:30pm – 6:00pm 6:00pm – 6:30pm 6:30pm – 8:00pm

Mezzanine Square Victoria Meeting Rooms Meeting Rooms Meeting Rooms Meeting Rooms Place du Canada Place du Canada Sq Dorchester & Park Mont Royal

7:30am – 10:30am 8:00am – 10:00am 10:15am – 12:15pm

Mezzanine Meeting Rooms Meeting Rooms

Friday, November 3, 2017 Registration Book Exhibit Paper Sessions Paper Sessions Network Meetings A Network Meetings B Paper Sessions Paper Sessions Film Session Saturday, November 4, 2017 Registration Book Exhibit Paper Sessions Paper Sessions Paper Sessions Paper Sessions Business Meeting Presidential Address President’s Reception

Sunday, November 5, 2017 Registration Paper Sessions Paper Sessions

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association A1

Thursday, November 2

8:00 – 10:00 am

Agora

Growing Up in the Empire: Childhoods across Colonial Contexts CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH; Culture; Race and Ethnicity; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Michelle Mouton, University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh (History) Are You My Brother?: Exploring the Incorporation of Non-biological Children into Family Life in Colonial Nigeria Robin Chapdelaine, Duquesne University (History & The Center for African Studies) To Our Friends at Home: Narratives of Empire and Everyday Colonial Life in Girls' Scrapbooks and Newsletters Elizabeth Dillenburg, University of Minnesota (History) Perspective from Three Different Sources: Childrearing in the Late Ottoman Period Atacan Atakan, University of Arizona (Middle Eastern and North African Studies) 'We are all Treaty People: Conciliation, Hope and Difficult Knowledge through Theatre for Young Audiences Heather Fitzsimmons Frey, University of Toronto (Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies) Discussant: Kristine Alexander, University of Lethbridge (History and Child & Youth Studies) A2

Thursday, November 2

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue McGill

Class, Ethnicity, Race, and the State: Policing from the Gilded Age to the 1970S CRIME, JUSTICE, and the LAW Chair: Daniel Czitrom, Mount Holyoke College (History) Making the Thin Blue Line: The Ethnic Construction of the Police in Nineteenth Century Chicago and New Orleans Jonathan Obert, Amherst College (Political Science) Why Intentions and Context Matter: Historical Evidence and the Purpose of Policing in the Late Nineteenth Century Sam Mitrani, College of DuPage (History) The Declining Significance of Law Enforcement in Chicago Organized Crime Networks, 1900-1933 Chris Smith, University of California, Davis (Sociology) Jarod Joseph, University of California, Davis (Sociology) Discussant: Daniel Czitrom, Mount Holyoke College (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association A3

Thursday, November 2

8:00 – 10:00 am

Diese

Where is Social Theory Now and Where is it Going? CULTURE Chair: Claudio Benzecry, Northwestern University (Communication Studies) World Capitalism, World Hegemony, and World Empires Ho-fung Hung, Johns Hopkins University (Sociology) The Patterns in-between: Field as a Conceptual Variable Monika Krause, Goldsmiths College (Sociology) Networks and Network Theory: Possible Directions for Unification Emily Erikson, Yale (Sociology) Post-Colonial Thought as Social Theory Julian Go, Boston University (Sociology) Discussant: Paul Lichterman, University of Southern California (Sociology and Religion) A4

Thursday, November 2

8:00 – 10:00 am

Av. Viger

Consumption, Risk and Welfare: Analysis of Historical Household Budgets ECONOMICS; Health/Medicine/Body; Labor Chair: Sakari Saaritsa, University of Helsinki (Economic and Political Studies, Social Science History) How Bad was Alcohol? Morbidity among Teetotalers and Moderate Drinkers at the Turn of the 20th Century Sweden Lars Fredrik Andersson, Umeå University (Geography and Economic History) Liselotte Eriksson, Umeå University (Gender Studies) Food Consumption and Nutritional Status of Working Households in Europe and America before the First World War: Evidence from Household Expenditure Surveys, 1889-1912 Rose Holmes, University of Sussex (History) Hector Rufrancos, University of Sussex (Economics) Risk-sharing in the Working-class Households in Interwar Japan Kota Ogasawara, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Industrial Engineering and Economics) Consumption during the Great Depression, 1928-1939: The Effect of Unemployment and Low Wages on the Worker Households of Tampere, Finland Jarmo Peltola, University of Tampere (Social Sciences and Humanities) Discussant: Sakari Saaritsa, University of Helsinki (Economic and Political Studies)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association A5

Thursday, November 2

8:00 – 10:00 am

Av. Van-Horne

Health, Illness and Sexuality HEALTH/MEDICINE/BODY Chair: Simone Caron, Wake Forest University (History) Pushing Back Against Profit in the Name of Public Good: HPV Vaccine Innovation in the Us National Cancer Institute Natalie Aviles, Colby College (Sociology) It is a Piece of Cake: Diagnosing Vaginismus, Treating the Body in Contemporary Turkey Neslihan Sen, University of Illinois at Chicago (Anthropology) East Germany, the "Third World," and the Global AIDS Community: Socialism's Shifting Internationalisms in the 1980s Johanna Folland, University of Michigan (History) De-Radicalizing Intersex: How Medical Authorities Shaped the Intersex Rights Movement Elena Hight, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Sociology) Discussant: Sasha Mullally, University of New Brunswick (History) A6

Thursday, November 2

8:00 – 10:00 am

Av. Laurier

Historical GIS for Urban Research HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS; Urban Chair: Kerice Doten-Snitker, University of Washington (Sociology) Studying the Urban through Cinematic Networks Yamini Krishna Chintamani, The English and Foreign Languages University (Film Studies) Mapping Disease, Race, and Class in New Orleans, 1877-1915: The Effects of Mortality Terrains on Socioeconomic Development S. Wright Kennedy, Rice University (History) Measuring the Historical City: New York and Montreal in the Mid-19th Century Gergely Baics, Barnard College - Columbia University (History and Urban Studies) Leah Meisterlin, Barnard College - Columbia University (Architecture) Mapping Everyone in 39 Cities in 1880 - A New Resource for Urban Research John Logan, Brown University (Sociology) Discussant: Charles Travis, University of Texas, Arlington (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association A7

Thursday, November 2

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Saint-Paul

Historical GIS and the Study of War HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS Chair: Lon Kurashige, University of Southern California (History) The Political and Economic Impact of African American Civil War Enlistment John Clegg, New York University (Sociology) Exchanging Bullets for Ballots: Union Civil War Veterans and Voting for Radical Reconstruction Michael Weaver, University of Chicago (Society of Fellows) Mapping Museum Narratives: Place and Scale in Presenting "New Western" Histories Samuel Smith, Penn State University (Geography) Discussant: Virginia Torrie, University of Manitoba (Law) A8

Thursday, November 2

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Sainte-Catherine

The Other Road to Modernity: Comparative Perspectives on the Socialist Transformation of Agriculture in Eastern Europe and China MACRO-HISTORICAL DYNAMICS; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental; States and Society Chair: James Lee, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities and Social Science) Intergenerational Occupational Mobility in two North China Towns in the Mid-twentieth Century Xiangning Li, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (SOSC) Domesticating Collectivization: The Politics of Subsidiary Farming in Late Socialism Diana Mincyte, New York University (European Studies) Cleaning up Capitalism in the Chinese Countryside: A Study of 1960s Microdata Matthew Noellert, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities) Long Xing, Shanxi University (Research Center for Chinese Social History) James Lee, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities and Social Science) De-Peasantisation under State-Socialism: Land collectivization in Global Perspective Constantin Iordachi, Central European University, Hungary (History) Discussant: Wenkai He, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Social Science)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association A9

Thursday, November 2

8:00 – 10:00 am

Centre-Ville

Policies and Processes of Assimilation and Integration MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION Chair: Kelly Condit-Shrestha, University of Minnesota (Immigration History Research Center) Genealogies of Western Identity: "White Migrant" Cohorts in the United Arab Emirates John O'Brien, New York University Abu Dhabi (Sociology) Under Pressure from International Developments - Refugee Politics of the Finnish Centre Party, the National Coalition Party and the Social Democratic Party, 1973-2016 Matti Välimäki, University of Turku (Political Science and Contemporary History) 'Measures' of Integration. How Quantifying Immigrant Assimilation Shapes Integration Policy Martin Petzke, University of Lucerne (Sociology) From Homeland to Diaspora: Inter-ethnic Contiguity and Self-Affirmation between the Ikale and Ilaje of South Western Nigeria Feyisitan Ijimakinwa, University of Ibadan (Diaspora and Transnational Studies) Divided Fresno: Elaborating on the Commission of Immigration and Housing of California's Diverse Americanization efforts, 1913-1930 Savonna Greer, Fresno State University (History) Discussant: Kelly Condit-Shrestha, University of Minnesota (History) A10

Thursday, November 2

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Notre-Dame

Secularity Before Secularism: Historical Pathways in Comparison RELIGION Chair: Monika Wohlrab-Sahr, University of Leipzig (Cultural Sociology) Sites of Secularity in Early Twentieth Century Iran Nahid Mozaffari, University of Leipzig (Kolleg-Forschergruppe "Multiple Secularities") The Early Modern Ottoman Synthesis between Turko-Mongol and Khaldunian Ideas of Secular Spaces Armando Salvatore, McGill University (Religious Studies) The Secular Ground Bass of Pre-modern Japan? "“ Reflections upon the Buddhist Trajectories towards Secularity Christoph Kleine, University of Leipzig (Religious Studies) Between "L'art pour l'art" and Religious Revitalization: Christian Art Societies in the Second Half of the 19th Century Uta Karstein, University Leipzig (Cultural Sociology) Discussant: Marian Burchardt, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association A11

Thursday, November 2

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Saint-Denis

Archives in the Construction of History: Critical Perspectives Emerging from Historical-Sociological Archival Research STATES AND SOCIETY; Macro-Historical Dynamics; Race and Ethnicity Cancelled

A12

Thursday, November 2

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Mansfield

Money Talks? Currency, Finance, and Taxation as State-Making STATES AND SOCIETY Chair: Klaus Petersen, University of Southern Denmark (Centre for Welfare State Research) How Did 'No Taxation without Representation' Emerge in Authoritarian Contexts? Yueran Zhang, Harvard University (Sociology) Putting Women in the National Pantheon: Banknote Activism in the UK, Canada and the US Jacques Hymans, University of Southern California (International Relations) Institutionalized Meaning and Policymaking: Revisiting the Causes of American Financial Deregulation Kim Pernell, University of Toronto (Sociology) Money-Making and State-Making as Intertwined Crimes Jakob Feinig, Binghamton University (Sociology) Discussant: Klaus Petersen, University of Southern Denmark (Centre for Welfare State Research)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association A13

Thursday, November 2

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Sherbrooke

Constructing the National Imaginary STATES AND SOCIETY; Culture; Politics Chair: Zachary Wilmot, Brown University (Sociology) National Identity Reconstruction of a Bangkok-based English-educated Burmese Migrant Worker George Amurao, Mahidol University International College (International Affairs) A Transition in Chinese Modern Publication Industry: the Foreign Correspondents and Advance Subscription of Commercial Press in 1935 Yunyan Zheng, China University of Political Science and Law (Humanity) Global South Connections for a Post-Colonial Olympics: Mexico City 1968 Julia Sloan, Curry College (General Education) Discussant: Zachary Wilmot, Brown University (Sociology) A14

Thursday, November 2

8:00 – 10:00 am

Av. Duluth

Circulating Practices: Networks and Exchange between Emerging Cities in Europe's Borderlands, 1880-1945 URBAN; Presidential Chairs: Eszter Gantner, Herder Institute For Historical Research On East Central Europe (Scientific Forum) and Heidi Hein-Kircher, Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe (Scientific Forum) The Challenges of Providing Healthy Living Conditions. The Case of Lviv Heidi Hein-Kircher, Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe (Scientific Forum) Between local and global: The network of a civil engineer at the turn of the 19th and 20th century from East Central Europe Eszter Gantner, Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe (Scientific Forum) Little Vienna-Little Budapest: Ring Roads and Circles in the Regional Cities of the Austrian-Hungarian Monarchy (1850-1920) Máté Tamáska, Hungarian National Archive (Research) Danzig - From Emerging City to City-State: Performance of Unwanted Statehood and Germanization of Urban Heritage in a European Borderland Adrian Mitter, Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe (Scientific Forum) Discussant: Till van Rahden, Université de Montréal (Literature and World Languages)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association B1

Thursday, November 2

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Centre-Ville

Occupation, Conflict, Migration, Survival: Children at War CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH; Culture; States and Society; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Birgitte Soland, Ohio State University (History) Celebrating Conflict? War Narratives in Chinese Schools of the Maoist Period (1949-76) Orna Naftali, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Asian Studies) Jewish Families in Europe, 1939 - the Present Joanna Michlic, Brandeis University (Hadassah-Brandeis Institute) Childhood and Representation in Contemporary Argentina Sandra Navarro, Western New England University (Sandra Navarro) Can Our Home Be Here Now?: War and Migration in Children's Literature Mateusz Swietlicki, University of Wroclaw (Institute of Slavic Studies) German Children in Transition: Support and Indoctrination during the Soviet Military Occupation Michelle Mouton, University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh (History) Discussant: Mary Jo Maynes, University of Minnesota (History) B2

Thursday, November 2

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Agora

Life Outcomes from Longitudinal Micro Data I ECONOMICS; Family/Demography; Labor; Migration/Immigration; Race and Ethnicity Chair: Evan Roberts, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center, Sociology) Technological Revolutions and Occupational Change: Electrifying News from the Old Days Ioana Marinescu, University of Chicago (Public Policy) Paul Gaggl, UNC Charlotte (Economics) Rowena Gray, UC Merced (Economics) The Role of Ethnic Enclaves in Immigrant Assimilation: Evidence from Norwegian Migrants during the Age of Mass Migration Katherine Eriksson, UC-Davis (Economics) Family Background, Labour Market Entry, and the Inheritance of Opportunity in 19th Century Canada Fraser Summerfield, University of Aberdeen (Economics) Chris Minns, London School of Economics (Economic History) Kris Inwood, University of Guelph (Economics and History) Luiza Antonie, University of Guelph (Economics) Income and Health in African America: Evidence from Union Army Pensions Shari Eli, University of Toronto (Economics) Trevon Logan, Ohio State University (Economics) Railroads and the Rural to Urban Transition: Evidence from 19th-Century Argentina Santiago Pérez, University of California at Davis (Economics) Discussant: Evan Roberts, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center, Sociology) 27


42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association B3

Thursday, November 2

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Av. Viger

Institutions in Pre-Modern Europe ECONOMICS; Politics; Religion Chair: Philip Hoffman, Caltech (Humanities and Social Sciences) Social Networks & Economic Policy in English Parliament, 1660-1702 Kara Dimitruk, UC Irvine (Economics) The Economic Effects of Catholic Church Censorship During the Counter-Reformation Francisco J. Pino, Universidad de Chile (Economics) Sascha Becker, University of Warwick (Economics) Jordi Vidal-Robert, University of Sydney (Economics) The Impact of Institutions on Innovation Alexander Donges, University of Mannheim (Economics) Jean-Marie Meier, London Business School (Finance) Rui Silva, London Business School (Finance) Discussants: Michael Huberman, Universite de Montreal (histoire) Philip Hoffman, CALTECH (Humanities and Social Sciences) B4

Thursday, November 2

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Av. Duluth

Professional Matters: Expertise, Professions and Knowledge Stabilization EDUCATION Chair: Aaron Panofsky, University of California, Los Angeles (Public Policy) Professions versus Experts: Theorizing expert workers in historical contexts Tracey Adams, University of Western Ontario (Sociology) Stabilizing Climate, Economizing Weather: U.S. Industrialism and Climate Knowledge, 1870-1930 Zeke Baker, University of California, Davis (Sociology) Making and remaking facts: The social mediation of genetic mutations, 1959-2016 Daniel Navon, UC San Diego (Sociology) The Classical Transition in Chinese Discipline History: the Modern Correlation of Chinese and Western Learning during the turn of the 19-20th Century Yunyan Zheng, China University of Political Science and Law (Humanity) Discussant: Aaron Panofsky, UCLA (Public Policy)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association B5

Thursday, November 2

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Av. Laurier

Residential and Social Mobility in the United States: New Studies using IPUMS FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY; Presidential Chair: Steven Ruggles, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center) Rural Out-Migration and Environmental Shocks in the 1930s Myron Gutmann, University of Colorado (History) Daniel Brown, University of Michigan (Natural Resources and Environment) Angela Cunningham, Institute of Behavioral Science (Geography) James Dykes, University of Colorado (Institute of Behavioral Science) Susan Hautaniemi Leonard, University of Michigan (ICPSR) Jani Little, University of Colorado (Institute of Behavioral Science) Jeremy Mikecz, University California - Davis (History) Paul Rhode, University of Michigan (Economics) Seth Spielman, University of Colorado (Geography) Kenneth Sylvester, University of Michigan (ICPSR) Is Immigrant Social Mobility Driven By the People or the Place? The Case of Irish Americans in the Early Twentieth Century Dylan Connor, UCLA (Geography) The Geography of Economic Opportunity, 1920-1940 Ellora Derenoncourt, Harvard University (Economics) Zoning, Residential Sorting, and Economic Outcomes Brian Beach, University of Pittsburgh (Economics) The New Deal, Legislative Intent and the First Public Housing Residents in New York City Ryan Allen, University of Minnesota (Humphrey Public Affairs) David Van Riper, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center) Discussant: Steven Ruggles, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center)

B6

Thursday, November 2

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Leave from Hotel Lobby

Historic Montreal Walking Tour HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS Guide: Robert Sweeny, Memorial University of Newfoundland (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association B7

Thursday, November 2

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Av. Van-Horne

Precarious Work and the Informal Economy LABOR Chair: Joanne Klein, Boise State University (History) Demography and Dispossession: the Expansion of the Global Labor Force, 1950-2000 Aaron Benanav, University of Chicago (History) Durable Domination and Poverty in Southeast Asian Plantations Economy: A Centuryold Inflexibility of Global Rubber Plantation Industry from 1910s-2010s Rahardhika Utama, Northwestern University (Sociology) Informalities in Urban Manufacturing in Mumbai: Seeking a State-Labour Synthesis Anand Krishnan, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi (Centre for East Asian Studies) Gigging the Economy: What's Old is New Again Vanisha Sukdeo, York University (Law) Discussant: Zophia Edwards, Providence College (Sociology) B8

Thursday, November 2

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Saint-Paul

Counterinsurgency in Imperial, Transnational and Global Contexts MACRO-HISTORICAL DYNAMICS; Politics; States and Society Chair: Tarak Barkawi, London School of Economics (International Relations) Marketing War: Public Communication in "˜Global Contingency Operations" Colleen Bell, University of Saskatchewan (Political Studies) Imperial Fields and Domestic Policing: the US and British Empires Julian Go, Boston University (Sociology) A Comparative Compulsion: Theorizing the Moving Map of Counterinsurgency Stuart Schrader, Harvard University (Charles Warren Center) Logistics is the Lifeline: Counterinsurgency logistics and the Vietnam War Wesley Attewell, University of Toronto (Geography and Planning) Discussant: Tarak Barkawi, LSE (International Relations)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association B9

Thursday, November 2

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Sainte-Catherine

Gender and Migration: What do We See at Different Scales? MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Linda Reeder, University of Missouri (History) Little Story, Big Picture: Case Studies that Illuminate U.S. Immigration Policy in the 20th Century Suzanne Sinke, Florida State University (History) Why Women Leave: Rural-Urban Migration in Early Modern Japan and the World Amy Stanley, Northwestern University (History) Sexual Vulnerability and Women's Labor Migration: Traces from the Early 20th Century Greater Caribbean Lara Putnam, University Pittsburgh (History) Gendered and racialized immigrant selection regimes in the Americas, 1880-1945 David Cook-Martin, Grinnell College (Sociology) Discussant: Linda Reeder, University of Missouri (History) B10

Thursday, November 2

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Notre-Dame

The Sinews of State Power: The Rise and Demise of the Cohesive Local State in Rural China POLITICS; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental; States and Society; Macro-Historical Dynamics Chair: Erik Kuhonta, McGill University (Political Science) The Sinews of State Power: The Rise and Demise of the Cohesive Local State in China Juan Wang, McGill University (Political Science) Discussants: Joseph Wong, University of Toronto (Political Science) Lynn T. White, Princeton University (Political Science) Tuong Vu, University of Oregon (Political Science)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association B11

Thursday, November 2

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Saint-Denis

Memory, Rhetoric, and Representation POLITICS; Culture Chair: Fatma Müge Göçek , University of Michigan (Sociology) L'Impact des Réseaux Sociaux sur le Changement des Idées et des Mentalités: Le Cas du Printemps Arabe Brhim El Kadiri Boutchich, Moulay Ismail University, Meknès, Morocco (History) History of Journalism and Politics of Memory Gulbin Kiranoglu, Kocaeli University (Western Languages and Literatures) Conflicting Representations of Political Violence in Italy, 1969 and After Sabrina Nardin, University of Arizona (Sociology) Presidential Rhetoric, Unilateralism, and Political Reconciliation in the U.S. Civil War. Graham Dodds, Concordia University (Montreal, Canada) (Political Science) Discussant: Fatma Müge Göçek , University of Michigan (Sociology) B12

Thursday, November 2

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Mansfield

Violence and Mobilization POLITICS Chair: Julia Sloan, Curry College (General Education) Political Violence and State Consolidation in Postrevolutionary Mexico, 1927-40 Sarah Osten, University of Vermont (History) The Emergence of Confrontational Stances: The Tunisian Crisis of 2013 Jean-Baptiste Gallopin, Yale University (Sociology) Network Recomposition and the Emergence of Strategic Action Fields: Conscientious Objectors, Political Prisoners, and Nonviolent Revolutionary Integrationism, 1940-1953 Adam Braffman, University of Chicago (Sociology) Discussant: Julia Sloan, Curry College (General Education)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association B13

Thursday, November 2

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Sherbrooke

Race Making in Multiracial Societies RACE AND ETHNICITY Chair: Gary Gerstle, Cambridge University (History) Multiracial Societies in California and Hawaii Lon Kurashige, University of Southern California (Lon Kurashige) Toward a Multi-Cultural Nation: Multiracialism and Languages of Diversity in Postwar Southern California Russell Kazal, University of Toronto (History) An Inter-Terrestrial Division of Labor: Towards a Political Ecology of Race in the American Colonial Philippines and Its Diasporas Adrian De Leon, University of Toronto (History) Advocating for Immigrants in a Time of Nativism: the Immigrant Protective League and Mexican Work in Chicago 1900s-1920s Gabriela Arredondo, University of California, Santa Cruz (Latin American and Latino Studies) Discussant: Reed Ueda, Tufts University (History) B14

Thursday, November 2

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue McGill

State Violence as Policy: Slavery, Prisons, and Expulsions STATES AND SOCIETY Chair: Claire Zalc, CNRS (IHMC) Contexts of State Violence: the History of Expulsions of Jews Kerice Doten-Snitker, University of Washington (Sociology) The Illusion of Policy Success: How to Hold 40,000 Inmates with Only 14,000 Jail Beds Armando Lara-Millan, UC Berkeley (Sociology) Democratization after Slavery: The French Antilles in Comparative Historical Perspective Olukunle Owolabi, Villanova University (Political Science) The lawless Europeans: law and order on Penang Island, 1786-1807 Hanisah Binte A Sani, University of Chicago (Sociology) Discussant: Claire Zalc, CNRS (IHMC)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association C1

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Av. Viger

Criminal Justice Histories of Quebec, from the Nineteenth to the Twentieth Centuries CRIME, JUSTICE, and the LAW; Childhood and Youth; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Mary Anne Poutanen, Concordia University (History) “Le crime a été commis avec une brutalité presque inouïe et à bon droit a soulevé la population de Montréal”: Serious Crimes Against Children in the District of Montreal, 1945-1964 Nathalie Ricard, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (Sciences humaines) The Sherbrooke Reformatory for Protestant Boys: Tensions in the Child Protection System in Nineteenth-Century Quebec Janice Harvey, Dawson College (History) Entre la Rue et la Prison: Parcours de Vie des Prostituées et Tenancières de Bordel de Quebec, 1810-1849 Frédéric Mercier, Université Laval (Sciences historiques) Families and Felons: Convicts' Relatives and the Penal Law in 19th-Century Quebec Donald Fyson, Université Laval (Histoire) Discussant: Mary Anne Poutanen, Concordia University (History) C2

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Rue Mansfield

Performing Politics, Locating Culture CULTURE Chair: Derya Agis, Ankara University (Italian Language and Literature) Projects of Legibility: Feminist Anti-Violence Work and the Psy- Sciences Paige Sweet, University of Illinois at Chicago (Sociology) Exactly the Right Place: The Social Location of Political Artists Sarah Neitz, University of Notre Dame (Sociology) “Those Eager to Use Violence Are Rabble-Rousers!” How Do Anonymous Digital Interactions Foster Nonviolent Popular Protest? Eunkyung Song, Rutgers (Sociology) A Midsummer Night's Coup: Performance and Power in Turkey's July 15 Coup Attempt Ates Altinordu, Sabanci University (Sociology) Discussant: Matvey Lomonosov, McGill University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association C3

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Agora

Life Outcomes from Longitudinal Micro Data II ECONOMICS; Family/Demography; Health/Medicine/Body; Crime, Justice, and the Law; Migration/Immigration Chair: Rowena Gray, University of California, Merced (Economics) Does Anders' Son Also Rise? Class Heterogeneity in Intergenerational Occupational Persistence During Swedish Industrialization Elien van Dongen, Lund University (Economic History) Martin Dribe, Lund University (Economic Demography) Björn Eriksson, Lund University (Economic History) The Long-Term Effect of Polio Vaccination on Income. Luis Serratos Sotelo, Lund University (Economic History) Anton Nilsson, Lund University (Economic Demography) The Old Men in the Census: Inequality and Mobility in 18th Century Murcia Chris Vickers, Auburn University (Economics) Discussants: Rowena Gray, UC Merced (Economics) Fraser Summerfield, University of Aberdeen (Economics) C4

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Rue Saint-Paul

Racial Segregation in the United States: New Studies using IPUMS FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY Chair: Catherine Fitch, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center) Jim Crow, Ethnic Economies, and Status Attainment: Occupational Mobility among U.S. Blacks, 1880-1940 Martin Ruef, Duke University (Sociology) Angelina Grigoryeva, Princeton University (Sociology) The Short- and Long-Run Effects of the 1930s HOLC "Redlining" Maps Daniel Aaronson, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago (Research) Daniel Hartley, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago (Research) Bhashkar Mazumder, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago (Research) Residential Segregation at the Dawn of the Great Migration: Evidence from the 1920 Census Lance Freeman, Columbia University (Urban Planning) Hyun Hye Bae, Columbia University (Urban Planning) Discussant: John Logan, Brown University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association C5

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Rue Sherbrooke

The Role of Women in Maintaining and Shaping the Family I FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY Chair: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux, EHESS-Paris (Recherches Historiques) The Quality of the American Diet in the First Half of the 20th Century: The Roles of Technical Change, Family Demographics, and Women's Work Cathleen Zick, University of Utah (Family and Consumer Studies) Widows, Economy and Family in the Finnish Past Beatrice Moring, University of Cambridge (Cambridge Group for the History of Population) Soviet Emancipation: Familial and Marital Behaviour of Female Members of the Russian Communist Party (of Bolsheviks) Lyudmila Mazur, Ural Federal University (History) Soviet Emancipation: Familial and Marital Behaviour of Female Members of the Russian Communist Party (of Bolsheviks) Oleg Gorbachev, Ural Federal University (History) Discussant: Mary Louise Nagata, Francis Marion University / EHESS (History / CRH) C6

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Av. Laurier

Infectious Disease in Time and Space HEALTH/MEDICINE/BODY; Family/Demography; Historical Geography and GIS; Chair: Carrie Streeter, University of California, San Diego (History) The Effects of Distance on Community Health and Chagas Disease Steven Rhue, Ohio University (Sociology & Anthropology) Nancy Tatarek, Ohio University (Sociology and Anthropology) Mario Grijalva, Ohio University (Biomedical Sciences) Changing Patterns of Epidemic Polio Mortality in New Zealand in the First Half of the 20th Century, with Implications for Models Heather Battles, University of Auckland (Anthropology) Inverse Correlations between Female Employment and Female Pertussis Mortality in South East Australia and New Zealand, 1864 to 1925 Phillip Roberts, Native Title Services Victoria, Australian National University (Asia and Pacific Studies) Geographic Heterogeneity in Mortality by Age and Sex during the 1918 Influenza Pandemic in Newfoundland and Labrador Taylor Paskoff, University of Missouri (Anthropology) Lisa Sattenspiel, University of Missouri (Anthropology) Of Infants and Infections: Investigating 20th Century Mortality Patterns in Newfoundland and Labrador Dana Schmidt, University of Missouri (Anthropology) Discussant: Susan Hautaniemi Leonard, University of Michigan (ICPSR) 36


42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association C7

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Centre-Ville

Historical GIS and European Environmental History HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS Chair: Jean Martin, Canadian Department of National Defense (History and Heritage) Remaking the Seaside: HGIS Analysis of Coastal Redevelopment in LanguedocRoussillon, France 1963-1983 Giacomo Parrinello, Sciences Po Paris (Center for History at Sciences Po (CHSP)) Mapping the Early Globalization of London Leather, 1713-1822 Jim Clifford, University of Saskatchewan (History) Fishermen Speak: Sea Fishing and Ecological Awareness in the United Kingdom, 1860-1914 Robert Schwartz, Mount Holyoke College (History) Industrial Pollution in 19th Century London Leslie Tomory, McGill University (History) Discussant: David Hochfelder, State University of New York at Albany (History) C8

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Rue McGill

Labor in America: Challenges, Identities, and Opportunities LABOR Chair: Shannon Ikebe, University of California, Berkeley (Sociology) Collateral Damage: How Capitals' War on Labor Killed Detroit Michael Schwartz, SUNY-Stony Brook (Sociology) Josh Murray, Vanderbilt (Sociology) Interracial solidarity in the US labor movement: notes toward an explanation Michael Billeaux, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Sociology) The Philanthropic Factory: Capitalism, Corporate Charity, and Forging New SocioEconomic Worker Identities in Milwaukee Margaret Nettesheim Hoffmann, Marquette University (History) Discussant: Jonathan Fox, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (Life Course Dynamics and Demographic Change)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association C9

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Parenthese

Institutions and Networks in Historical Context MACRO-HISTORICAL DYNAMICS Chair: Paul Mclean, Rutgers University (Sociology) Networks of Ideas and Parallel Developments during the Axial Age Daniel Mullins, University of Oxford (Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology) Daniel Hoyer, University of Toronto (Classics) Merchants, Money, and Trade: Rethinking Medieval Japanese Foreign Relations Ethan Segal, Michigan State University (History) The Market Utopia of the New Institutionalist Economic History Mark Cohen, New York University (Spring 2017), Chinese University of Hong Kong (Fall 2017) (Sociology) Discussant: Paul McLean, Rutgers University (Sociology) C10

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Diese

Emotion, Gender, and Migration since 1880 MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION Chair: Suzanne Sinke, Florida State University (History) What's Love Got to do With It? Language of Emotions and Family Relations in Portuguese Migrant Letters Marcelo Borges, Dickinson College (History) The Push and Pull of Private Life: Narratives of Love and Marriage From Migrants of the Modern British Diaspora A. James Hammerton, La Trobe University (History) I Can Express My Feelings Just with A Tweet: A New Challenge in Immigrant Families Where Parents and Children Don'T Share A Common Language Roberta Ricucci, University of Torino and Fieri (Sociology) Languages of Love: Emotion, Gender, and Migration since 1880 Linda Reeder, University of Missouri (History) Discussant: To be announced

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association C11

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Av. Duluth

Multiple Mobilities MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION; Labor; Presidential; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Lara Putnam, University Pittsburgh (History) The Global Circulation of Mexican Beer Jeffrey Pilcher, University of Toronto Scarborough (Historical and Cultural Studies) Mobility and the Early Development of Canada's Tobacco Belt, 1925-1940 Edward Dunsworth, University of Toronto (History) Longing and Belonging: Re-interpreting the impact of Global and local events on Mobility, Material and Indian Migrants in Burma (c. 1930-40) Ritesh Kumar Jaiswal, University of Delhi (History) New Gender Possibilities or Familiar Strategies?: Prostitution and Divorce among Early Japanese Immigrants in Hawai`i Yukari Takai, University of Windsor (History) Discussant: Lara Putnam, University Pittsburgh (History) C12

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Bar Oblique

Constructions of Racial and Indigenous Identities RACE AND ETHNICITY Chair: Crystal Eddins, Michigan State University (African American & African Studies and Sociology) Legislating Identity and Belonging in the Sault Ste. Marie Borderlands Karl Hele, Concordia University (Community & Public Affairs/ First Peoples Studies) Overcoming Silence: Aboriginal counter narratives as a transnational moment Anna Clark, University of Technology Sydney (Public History) African Americans, Italian Americans, and the Construction of Racial/Ethnic Identity in Postwar Newark, NJ Nancy Carnevale, Montclair State University (History) Italian Migrants and Australia's First Peoples: Transcultural Fragments of a Forgotten History Francesco Ricatti, Monash University (from July 2017) (Languages, Cultures, Literatures and Linguistics) Discussant: Michael Calderon-Zaks, Santa Monica College (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association C13

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Rue Notre-Dame

Religious Practice in Historical Perspective RELIGION; Culture Chair: Robert Braun, Northwestern (Sociology) Rethinking Indigenization and Christianity in China: The Development of Catholicism in Northeast China Before 1952 Ji Li, University of Hong Kong (Modern Languages and Cultures) A Blessing or a Threat? - Social Connections Between the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Church and Lay Preachers with venia concionandi Matleena Sopanen, University of Tampere (History) Constructing and Contesting the Holy Land: Christian Pilgrimage as a Multifaceted Social Phenomenon Roger Baumann, Yale University (Sociology) From Fisherman to Filipinos: Port Chaplaincy in Boston from 1820 to the Present Wendy Cadge, Brandeis University (Sociology) Discussant: Daniel Winchester, Purdue University (Sociology) C14

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Av. Van-Horne

Book Session: Soldiers of Empire: Indian and British Armies in World War II STATES AND SOCIETY; Macro-Historical Dynamics; Politics; Race and Ethnicity Chair: George Lawson, London School of Economics (International Relations) Soldiers of Empire: Indian and British Armies in World War II (Cambridge University Press, 2017) Tarak Barkawi, LSE (International Relations) Discussants: Nicholas Wilson, Stony Brook University (Sociology) Dorit Geva, Central European University (Sociology & Social Anthropology) Meyer Kestnbaum, University of Maryland College Park (Sociology) Colleen Bell, University of Saskatchewan (Political Studies) Steven Wilkinson, Yale University (Political Science) Michael Williams, University of Ottawa (Public and International Affairs)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association C15

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Rue Saint-Denis

State-Istics and the Politics of Categorization: Counting People and Places STATES AND SOCIETY Chair: Kim Pernell, University of Toronto (Sociology) The Database Wars: The Evolution of Datasets of the Poor as a Struggle for Power inside the Brazilian State Luciana Leao, Columbia University (Sociology) Political Power Before the State: Antimalarial Statistics and the Transition from Population to Territory Omri Tubi, Northwestern (Sociology) “Pushing All Nations Towards Social Improvements”: Social Indicators in the Congrès International De Statistique (1853-1876) Kaat Louckx, University of Chicago (Sociology) Household and Economy: Municipal Zoning and the Rights of Land Ownership in Los Angeles, 1904-1920 Luis Flores, University of Michigan (Sociology) Constructing a "Balanced and Integrated System": Spatial Keynesianism and the Problem of Distance in Ontario's Hospital Sector, 1959-1973 Chris Hurl, Concordia University (Sociology and Anthropology) Discussant: Kim Pernell, University of Toronto (Sociology) C16

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Rue Sainte-Catherine

Effective State Building: Theory, Method, and Mechanisms STATES AND SOCIETY Chair: Olukunle Owolabi, Villanova University (Political Science) Explaining Surprisingly Effective State Agencies: Interstitial Bureaucracy from 19th Century America to 21st Century Nigeria Erin McDonnell, University of Notre Dame (Sociology) Levels of Contested Sovereignty James Hurlbert, Yale University (Sociology) When Government Agencies Mobilize Civil Society: Evidence from Nigeria Michael Roll, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Sociology) Advancing Canada - Inuit Reconciliation: The Clyde River Case Annette Bickford, York University (Social Science) Discussant: Olukunle Owolabi, Villanova University (Political Science)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association C17

Thursday, November 2

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Exclamation

Substitute Cities? College Towns, Sunbelt Cities and New Suburban Settlements URBAN Chair: James Wunsch, Empire State College (Historical Studies) Discussants: James Wunsch, Empire State College (Historical Studies) Joe Goddard, University of Copenhagen (English, Romance and Germanic Languages) Robert B. Fairbanks, University of Texas Arlington (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association D1

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Rue Mansfield

Spaces of Childhood CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH; Education; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Elizabeth Dillenburg, University of Minnesota (History) Children's Riddles in Turkey and the United States: Environmental Aspects of Linguistic Arts Derya Agis, Ankara University (Italian Language and Literature) Spacetime Travel: Narratives of Childhood for Social Connection Vita Yakovlyeva, University of Alberta (Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies) Porches in Playhouses: Public Thresholds, Social Spaces, and Girls, 1875-1975 Frederika Eilers, McGill University (Architecture) Gendering Privacy: Public School Lockerrooms in the Early 20th Century Laura Rouleau, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) Discussant: Emily Bruce, University of Minnesota (History) D2

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Rue Sherbrooke

Temporality, Materiality, and Politics CULTURE Chair: Samuel Umoh, University of Kwa Zulu Natal (International and Public Affairs Cluster) Antinomies of Apocalypse and the Social Temporalities of Climate Zeke Baker, University of California, Davis (Sociology) John R. Hall, University of California, Davis (Sociology) Non-Agentic Materiality and the Political Event: Contextualizing the Impact of Destructive Earthquakes on Policymaking in California, 1901-2010 Robert Mowry, University of Notre Dame (Sociology) World Decay and Place Ruinance in Louroujina Village in Cyprus Bahar Aktuna, University of Florida, (History) Terric Nationhood: Connection with Time and Space Syeda Masood, Brown University (Sociology) Discussant: Matthew Norton, University of Oregon (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association D3

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Rue McGill

Economic Knowledge in Socialism ECONOMICS; Politics; States and Society Chair: Till Düppe, Université Du Québec à Montréal (Economics) Programming the USSR: Kantorovich's Political Struggle for Optimization Till Düppe, Université du Québec à Montréal (Economics) Ivan Boldyrev, Ruhr University Bochum (Economics) Cold War Socialisms: Institutionalist Reformers In the USSR 1956 to 1972 Yakov Feygin, The University of Pennsylvania (History) Economic Knowledge in Socialism: Forms, Integration, Isolation Ivan Boldyrev, Ruhr University Bochum (Economics) Till Düppe, Université du Québec à Montréal (Economics) Grigorii Mar'iakhin, teh NIFI, and the Perils of Postwar Tax Reform Kristy Ironside, McGill (History) Discussant: Volker Daniel, Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg (Economics) D4

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Diese

Databases in Comparison FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY Chair: Kees Mandemakers, Int Institue of Social History (Historical Sample Netherlands) Historical Population Database of Transylvania Ioan Bolovan, Babes-Bolyai University (Center for Population Studies) Luminita Dumanescu, Babes-Bolyai University (Centrul de Studiere a Populatiei) The Longitudinal, Intergenerational Family Electronic Micro-Database Project Martha J. Bailey, University of Michigan (Economics) Sarah Anderson, University of Michigan (Institute for Social Research) Catherine Massey, University of Michigan (Population Studies) Lessons from the Database Debate Robert Sweeny, Memorial University of Newfoundland (History) Discussant: Catherine Fitch, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association D5

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Agora

Interpreting and Treating the Body through Time and Space HEALTH/MEDICINE/BODY Chair: Atacan Atakan, University of Arizona (Middle Eastern and North African Studies) Shapes of Body Fatness: Rediscovered Medical Facts, Different Times, and Different Settings Anne Katrine Kleberg Hansen, University of Copenhagen (The Saxo Institute, history) Resisting Globalization by Redefining Innovation: The Politic Economy of New Drug Registration in China Lantian Li, Northwestern University (Sociology) Where are the Native Americans?: An Examination of Organizational Priorities of the South Dakota State Medical Association from 1882-1927 Carolyn Ly, Augustana University (Sociology) Evan Meyer, Augustana University (Undergraduate Student) Reed Ritterbusch, Augustana University (Student) Daniel Schmidtman, Augustana University (Undergraduate Student) Discussant: Catherine Carstairs, University of Guelph (History) D6

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Exclamation

'Ireland from Below': Microscale Approaches in HGIS to Understanding Urban Change amongst the Irish and Irish Diaspora HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS; Migration/Immigration; Religion; Urban Chair: Niall Cunningham, University of Durham (Geography) The Greatest Turn of the Ratchet: Segregation and Expropriation in 1920s Belfast Niall Cunningham, University of Durham (Geography) Micro-Geography of Irish Immigrant Neighborhoods in Manhattan circa 1880 Kurt Schlichting, Fairfield University (Sociology and Anthropology) Mapping Rural to Urban Migration: An Examination of the 1901 and 1911 Census using GIS Mary Kelly, Kingston University, London (Natural & Built Environments) Discussant: Ian Gregory, Lancaster University (Art and Social Sciences)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association D7

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Bar Oblique

The State of Canadian Labour LABOR; Crime, Justice, and the Law; Politics Chair: Andrew Hnatow, Wayne State University (History) Discussants: Andrew Hnatow, Wayne State University (History) Tara Forbes, Wayne State University (English) Tim Nessim, McGill University (Law) Jeremy Milloy, Trent University (Canadian Studies) D8

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Parenthese

Tertiary Education in Republican China MACRO-HISTORICAL DYNAMICS Chair: Daniel Little, University of Michigan, Dearborn (Philosophy) National, Regional and Local Student Enrollment in Seven National Universities in Republican China Chen Liang, Nanjing University (History) James Lee, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities and Social Science) Tertiary Education in Republican China: Comparing Professional and non-Professional Students in 27 Republican Chinese Universities Yunzhu Ren, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Social Science) Chen Liang, Nanjing University (History) James Lee, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities and Social Science) Social and Geographical Origins of University Students in Republican Shanghai Chen Liang, Nanjing University (History) Yuqian Wang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Social Science) Yunzhu Ren, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Social Science) James Lee, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities and Social Science) Discussant: Ruth Hayhoe, University of Toronto (Theory and Policy Studies)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association D9

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Av. Laurier

Personal Narratives and Mobility MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION Chair: Elizabeth Venditto, University of Minnesota (History) Linked Lives: Culture, Space and Identity among Adult Children of First Generation Migrants in the UAE Vishanthie Sewpaul, University of KwaZulu Natal (Applied Human Sciences) Discussant: Elizabeth Venditto, University of Minnesota (History) D10

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Av. Viger

Neoliberalism and its Aftermath POLITICS; Economics; Macro-Historical Dynamics Chair: Stephanie L Mudge, University of California, Davis (Sociology) Talking Trade: The Discursive Evolution and Divisive Articulation of Trade in American Politics Colin Arnold, University of Virginia (Sociology) 2011, The Continuation of 1989? Assessing the 2011 Protest Wave in the Global South on the World-Historical Perspective Chungse Jung, State University of New York at Binghamton (Sociology) Jackson Rising: A New Anti-Capitalist Strategy in the Deep South Peter Ramand, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Sociology) Michael Billeaux, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Sociology) Implementing Neoliberalism in the 1980s Hugh Pemberton, University of Bristol, UK (History) Discussant: Stephanie L Mudge, University of California-Davis (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association D11

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Multiplication

Author Meets Critics: International Pecking Orders by Vincent Pouliot POLITICS; States and Society Chair: David McCourt, University of California, Davis (Sociology) International Pecking Orders Vincent Pouliot, McGill University (Political Science) Discussants: Ayse Zarakol, Cambridge University (Politics) Fernando Nunez-Mietz, McGill University (Political Science) Frédéric Merand, University of Montreal (Political Science) D12

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Av. Van-Horne

Race, Culture, and Social Movements RACE AND ETHNICITY; Politics Chair: Anna Clark, University of Technology Sydney (Public History) The Word in the Indigenous Movement of Colombia:“Ecuador, Interdisciplinary Vision” Eduardo Erazo Acosta, University Nariño (Sociology) The Wall of Respect: Murals and Black Power in Daley's Chicago Flood Dawn, Campion College at the University of Regina (Arts - History) Contesting Global Solidarities: Race, Religion, and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Roger Baumann, Yale University (Sociology) White Liberal Racism and the Politics of Respectability in the Black Lives Matter Movement Annette Bickford, York University (Social Science) Discussant: Lara Putnam, University of Pittsburgh (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association D13 Thursday, November 2 2:45 – 4:45 pm Religion, Politics, and Nationalism RELIGION

Rue Sainte-Catherine

Chair: Sadia Saeed, University of San Francisco (Sociology) Religious Elites and Empathy: the Role of Church-State Incongruence Robert Braun, Northwestern (Sociology) The Dogs May Bark, But the Caravan Moves On: Political Deliberation Between Faithbased Organizations and the State in the Netherlands, 1946-2016 Leonard van 't Hul, University of Amsterdam (History) Religion and Nationalism in Baltic Provinces of the Russian Empire in the 19th Century Riho Altnurme, University of Tartu (Theology and Religious Studies) From Nothing to Everything: Explorations in the Archives of the Iraqi Ba'th Party Wisam Alshaibi, University of California, Los Angeles (Sociology and Center for Near Eastern Studies) Imperial Insecurities: An Exploration into the Foundations of Exclusionary Reform Nationalism Emre Amasyali, McGill University (Sociology) Discussant: Aliza Luft, University of California, Los Angeles (Sociology) D14

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Av. Duluth

The Colonization of Global Space in the Nineteenth Century STATES AND SOCIETY; Crime, Justice, and the Law; Health/Medicine/Body; Historical Geography and GIS; Migration/Immigration; Presidential Chair: Jonathan Wyrtzen, Yale University (Sociology) Controlling Infectious Disease in Imperial Space/Time Alexandre White, Boston University (Sociology) Who Set the Territorial Trap? Linear Borders and the Imperial Rationalization of Space Kerry Goettlich, London School of Economics (International Relations) Displaced: Global Ties, Indentured Labor and Forced Migration in the British Empire Ricarda Hammer, Brown University (Sociology) Colonizing through Contract: The Imperial Entanglements of Corporate Charters and Private Contracts in Dartmouth College v. Woodward Paul Gutierrez, Brown University (Political Science) Discussant: Jonathan Wyrtzen, Yale University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association D15

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Rue Notre-Dame

Theorizing Culture and the Role of the State STATES AND SOCIETY; Culture Chair: Emily Laxer, University of Michigan (Sociology) Commissioning National Culture: The Exercise of State Power in France's Face Veil Debate Emily Laxer, University of Michigan (Sociology) Cultural Models of Global Worth: Leaders, Discerners, the Persistent, and the Disengaged Victoria Reyes, University of California, Riverside (Sociology) A Discursive Institutionalist Approach to Explaining Third-Order Policy Change: Immigration Bureaucrats, The Idea of Race, and The Shift to a "Non-Discriminatory" Immigration Policy in Post-war Canada Jennifer Elrick, University of Toronto (Sociology) Public Relations as Cultural Discipline: "Stakeholdering" the State for Environmental Sustainability, 1970-1997 Melissa Aronczyk, Rutgers University (Journalism and Media Studies) Discussant: Lyn Spillman, University of Notre Dame (Sociology) D16

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Rue Saint-Denis

Race, Public Policy, and the Twentieth Century American City URBAN; Race and Ethnicity Chair: Tracy Neumann, Wayne State University (History) Segregation, Redevelopment, and the Right to Privacy Clayton Howard, The Ohio State University (History) Race, Crime, and the Color Line in Prohibition-Era Chicago Nora Krinitsky, The University of Michigan (History) What is the Value of Redlining? Evidence from the Home Owners' Loan Corporation in Chicago LaDale Winling, Virginia Tech (History) Discussant: Tracy Neumann, Wayne State University (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association D17

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Centre-Ville

Rose Wilder Lane: Journeys, Politics, and Writings of An American Individualist WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY; Childhood and Youth; Culture; Economics; Politics; States and Society Chair: Lee Pierson, Fairleigh Dickinson University (Thinking Skills Institute) Defending Liberty in Dark Times: Rose Wilder Lane's "The Discovery of Freedom" Vojin Sasa Vukadinovic, University of Zurich ("History of Knowledge") Rose Wilder Lane and Ayn Rand: Alliance, Correspondence, and Conflict Shoshana Milgram Knapp, Virginia Tech (English) Rose Wilder Lane: An American Woman in an Albanian Household Eleni Laperi, Independent Scholar A New Pioneer Myth: Exploring the Relationship between Laura Ingalls Wilder and Rose Wilder Lane Christine Woodside, Independent Scholar Turning Pamphleteer: Rose Wilder Lane Challenges the FBI Amy Lauters, Minnesota State University, Mankato (Mass Media) Discussant: Lee Pierson, Fairleigh Dickinson University (Thinking Skills Institute) D18

Thursday, November 2

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Rue Saint-Paul

Gendered Policy Developments in the United States WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY; Politics; States and Society; Race and Ethnicity Chair: Ann Orloff, Northwestern University (Sociology) From Civil Rights to Social Policy: The Political Development of Family and Medical Leave Policies in the United States Kumar Ramanathan, Northwestern University (Political Science) The Comprehensive Child Development Act of 1971: Education or Welfare? Anna Danziger Halperin, Columbia University (History) African American Politicians and Women's Policy in California, 1966-1980 Doreen Mattingly, South Dakota State University (Women's Studies) The Women are Worse that the Men: The Gendered Politics of White Backlash in South Philadelphia, 1971-1982 Charlotte Rosen, Northwestern University (History) Discussant: Ann Orloff, Northwestern University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association E1

Thursday, November 2

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Rue Saint-Denis

Marrying Too Often: Bigamy in Australia, England and New Zealand CRIME, JUSTICE, and the LAW; Family/Demography Chair: Tamara Myers, Lehigh University (History) Newspapers Frenzy over Bigamy: Results from the Trove Database 1816-1916 Mélanie Méthot, University of Alberta, Augustana Campus (Social Science) Bigamy in Nineteenth-Century England and Wales Rebecca Probert, University of Exeter (Law) The Privileged Crime: Bigamy in a Nineteenth-Century Colony Raewyn Dalziel, University of Auckland (History) Discussant: Tamara Myers, Lehigh University (History) E2

Thursday, November 2

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Rue Notre-Dame

Where is Social Theory Now and Where is it Going? II CULTURE Chair: Isaac Reed, University of Virginia (Sociology) On the Frontiers of Rational Choice Ivan Ermakoff, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Sociology) Varieties of Micro-Sociology Daniel Winchester, Purdue University (Sociology) Globalizing Gender Dorit Geva, Central European University (Sociology & Social Anthropology) Poststructuralism Today Claire Decoteau, University of Illinois at Chicago (Sociology) Discussant: Lyn Spillman, University of Notre Dame (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association E3

Thursday, November 2

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Diese

The Role of Women in Maintaining and Shaping Family II FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY Chair: Matt Nelson, University of Minnesota (History) The Tranmission of Family Name By Adoption in France : A Silent Revolution (18041923) Catherine Dol, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales EHESS Paris (History) Adoption and In-Marrying Sons-In-Law: Recruiting Capable Management and the Role of Women Keeping the Business In the Family. Mary Louise Nagata, Francis Marion University / EHESS (History / CRH) Discussant: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux, EHESS-Paris (Centre de Recherches Historiques) E4

Thursday, November 2

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Rue Sainte-Catherine

Physiological Freedoms: Constructing Therapeutic Practices and Expertise, 1840S1920S HEALTH/MEDICINE/BODY Chair: Simone Caron, Wake Forest University (History) Osteopathy's (and Chiropractic's) Historical Challenge or Why Osteopaths Were Forced to Become Un-Orthodox in the 1890s Anders Ottosson, Gothenburg University (Historical Studies) Bodies in-between Worlds: Global Fitness Culture in Contemporary Bengal Jaita Talukdar, Loyala University New Orleans (Sociology) Medical Absolution: Clinical Treatment of Men's Sexual and Emotional Health in the Gilded Age Mallory Szymanski, University of Florida (History) Bodies of Possibility: Swedish Movement-Cures and Spaces for Social Reform Carrie Streeter, University of California, San Diego (History) Discussant: Lucinda M. McCray, Appalachian State University (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association E5

Thursday, November 2

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Av. Van-Horne

Stability, Mobility, Migration and Historical GIS HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS; Economics; Macro-Historical Dynamics; Migration/Immigration; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental; Urban Chair: Colin Pooley, Lancaster University (Lancaster Environment Centre) "How ya gonna keep em down on the farm, after they've seen Paree?" First World War Military Service and its Effects on Rural Population Geography Angela Cunningham, Institute of Behavioral Science (Geography) Residential Mobility and (In)Stability across Growing Copenhagen, 1890-1925 Mikkel Thelle, Aarhus University (Danish Centre for Urban University, Director) Leah Meisterlin, Barnard College - Columbia University (Architecture) Gergely Baics, Barnard College - Columbia University (History and Urban Studies) Geographic and Economic Factors in Internal Migration to Villages in Eighteenth Century France Jeremy Hayhoe, Université de Moncton. (Histoire et Geographie) Estimating Bias in New Deal Housing Maps Andy Anderson, Amherst College (History and Black Studies) Discussant: Colin Pooley, Lancaster University (Lancaster Environment Centre) E6

Thursday, November 2

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Rue McGill

Author Meets Critics: Jeremy Milloy, Blood, Sweat, and Fear: Violence in the North American Auto Industry, 1960-1980 LABOR; Health/Medicine/Body Chair: Tracy Neumann, Wayne State University (History) Blood, Sweat, and Fear: Violence in the North American Auto Industry, 1960-1980 Jeremy Milloy, Trent University (Canadian Studies) Discussants: Tracy Neumann, Wayne State University (History) Holly Karibo, Oklahoma State University (History) Jacob Remes, New York University-Gallatin (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association E7

Thursday, November 2

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Rue Saint-Paul

Party and Nation: Sources of Contention MACRO-HISTORICAL DYNAMICS Chair: Liping Wang, The University of Hong Kong (Sociology) Repression and Ideological Shift: Comparing the Russian and Chinese Communist Revolutionaries Luyang Zhou, McGill University (Sociology) Ecology and Organizational Response to the Exit-Voice Dynamics Xiaohong Xu, National University of Singapore (Sociology) The Different Grounds of Nationalism Jaesok Son, NORC (Sociology) When Global Economic Ideas Become Political: Economic Knowledge Regimes, Politics and the Public in China Yibing Shen, Brown University (Sociology) Discussant: Mark Cohen, New York University/Chinese University of Hong Kong (Sociology) E8

Thursday, November 2

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Av. Laurier

Careers and Migration in Europe and Asia MACRO-HISTORICAL DYNAMICS; Migration/Immigration; Presidential; States and Society Chair: Matthew Noellert, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities) Making Temporary Migrants into Permanent Workers: The Case of Schneider in Le Creusot, 1836-1886 Jérôme Bourdieu, PSE-INRA (Economics) Lionel Kesztenbaum, INED (History) Dutch Civil Service Careers: Social and Geographical Mobility, 1870-1970 Leo Lucassen, Leiden University (History) Kees Mandemakers, Int Institue of Social History (Historical Sample Netherlands) Government Employees in Qing China: Career Trajectories and Geographic Mobility, 1760-1911 Cameron Campbell, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Social Science) Bijia Chen, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Division of Social Science) James Lee, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities and Social Science) Ladders of Success in Late Imperial China: Careers of Office Purchasers and Exam Qualifiers in the Qing Civil Service Lawrence Zhang, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities) Cameron Campbell, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Social Science) Bijia Chen, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Social Sciences) James Lee, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities and Social Science) Discussant: Matthew Noellert, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities) 55


42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association E9

Thursday, November 2

4:45 – 6:45 pm

Rue Crescent

SSHA Executive Committee I Chair: William Block, Cornell University (CISER)

E10

Thursday, November 2

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Parenthese

Between Public and Private: Social Worker-Client Interactions in Intermediate Spaces - Chicago, Minnesota, Toronto RACE AND ETHNICITY; Health/Medicine/Body; Migration/Immigration Chair: Russell Kazal, University of Toronto (History) The Program of Christmas Songs Draws Together People of the Most Diverging Faiths: Jane Addams, Hull-House, and Jewish Immigrants Monda Halpern, The University of Western Ontario (History) Social Worker Mildred Thomson and Negotiating the Shift from Sterilization to Parent Advocacy in the United States Molly Ladd-Taylor, York University (History) Between Public Health Nurse and Immigrant Families: Cultural Intermediaries, Immigrant Mothers, and Children's Health and Welfare Franca Iacovetta, University Toronto (History) Discussant: Marlou Schrover, Leiden University (History) E11

Thursday, November 2

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Av. Duluth

Exogenous and Endogenous Shocks on Land Use and its Outcome on People and Places RURAL, AGRICULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL Chair: Patrick Svensson, Lund University (Economic History) Seizing the Moment for Long-Term Effect: The socio-ecological legacy of a Bark-Beetle Control Campaign in the 1919 during the 20th Century in Rural Austria Rita Garstenauer, Center for Migration Research (Managing Director) Differential Recovery Migration: The Deterring Effects of Population Trends and Natural Resource Based Livelihoods Rachel Rosenfeld, University of Wisconsin - Madison (Sociology) Jack DeWaard, University of Minnesota (Sociology) Elizabeth Fussell, Brown University (PSC) Navigating Impaired Waters: Water Quality Legacies of Historic Iron Mining in Minnesotas Mesabi Range John Baeten, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) Nancy Langston, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) Donald Lafreniere, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) Discussant: Lai Sze Tso, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Global Health and Medical Humanities Initiative)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association E12

Thursday, November 2

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Av. Viger

Wretched of the Earth: Revolution, Resistance and Social Change from a Postcolonial Perspective STATES AND SOCIETY; Macro-Historical Dynamics; Politics Chair: Julian Go, Boston University (Sociology) Motherhood as Micromobilization: Gendered Marronnage before the Haitian Revolution Crystal Eddins, Michigan State University (African American & African Studies and Sociology) Racing Toward Revolution: The Making of An Interracial Movement of "WarriorWorkers" in Colonial Trinidad and Tobago Zophia Edwards, Providence College (Sociology) Black Revolutions, Black Republics Alexandre White, Boston University (Sociology) Ricarda Hammer, Brown University (Sociology) On Postcolonial Violence: Gandhian Non-Violence and Symbolic Violence during India's Emergency Kristin Plys, Yale University (Sociology) Discussant: George Lawson, London School of Economics (International Relations) E13

Thursday, November 2

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Agora

Reimagining Civil Society in (a/the) Neoliberal Crisis: Mining the Past and Present for Future Alternatives STATES AND SOCIETY Chair: Lars Bo Kaspersen, University of Copenhagen (Political Science) Transforming functions and relations in the agglomeration of Budapest 1980-1997 Arpad Bayer, Eotvos Lorand University (History) Civil Society in the Shadow of the Neoliberal State: On the Depoliticization of Civil Society, 1992-present Mathias Hein Jessen, Copenhagen Business School (Business and Politics) Struggling Ideals of Legal and Political Pluralism around the Beginning of the 20th Century: A Challenge to Present Amalgamations of State Centralism, Populism and Liberalism? Christiane Mossin, University of Copenhagen (Political Science) Civil Society as Statehood: A New (Old) Democratic Vision Andreas Mulvad, University of Copenhagen (Political Science) Discussant: Philip Gorski, Yale University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association E14

Thursday, November 2

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Rue Mansfield

Empires and Colonies: Ambitions, Nationalism, and Fragemention in Times of Change STATES AND SOCIETY; Macro-Historical Dynamics; Politics Chair: Anna Skarpelis, New York University (Sociology) Fragmentation of an Empire: The Political Economy of Spain and its Colonies in the Late Bourbon Period Fernando Arteaga, George Mason University (Economics) Objects and Objectives: The Co-Production of Antebellum Naval Technology and Imperial Ambitions Alicia Maggard, Brown University (History) Discussant: Anna Skarpelis, New York University (Sociology) E15

Thursday, November 2

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Centre-Ville

Polices and Governance in Urban Settings URBAN Chair: Nathanael Lauster, University of British Columbia (Sociology) The Political Uses of Race and Ethnicity: Ethnoracial References in the 2014 Toronto and 2015 Chicago Municipal Elections Jan Doering, McGill University (Sociology) The Materiality of Governance: Expanding State Infrastructural Power in Honduras Leslie MacColman, University of Notre Dame (Sociology) From Growth Machines to Beaver Dams: How to think about Cities (like a Canadian) Nathanael Lauster, University of British Columbia (Sociology) The Impact of Redlining on an Urban Core: The Case of Albany, New York David Hochfelder, State University of New York at Albany (History) From Federal Policy to Local Impact: How the Baltimore War on Poverty Was Fought, 1964-1968 Heleen Blommers, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Humanities) Discussant: Nathanael Lauster, University Of British Columbia (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association E16

Thursday, November 2

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Rue Sherbrooke

Inter/National Social Movements WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY; Culture; Politics; Race and Ethnicity; States and Society Chair: Karen Balcom, McMaster University (History) New Perspectives, New Women: Revisiting Sex Roles in the State House After 40 Years Morgan Matthews, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Sociology) Female Couples in the Swedish Women's Movement Hanna Markusson Winkvist, University of Gothenburg (Historical Studies) To the Governments of all Countries in Which Women Are Not Granted Equal Civil and Political Rights with Men...: Global Coalitions of Women Lawyers, 1920-1960 Gwen Jordan, University of Illinois Springfield (Legal Studies) Discussant: Karen Balcom, McMaster University (History)

Welcome Reception Thursday, Novbember 2

7:00 – 8:30pm

Square Dorchester

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association F1

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Av. Van-Horne

Book Session -Baby Trouble in the Last Best West: Making New People in Alberta, 1905-1939 CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH; States and Society; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Mary Jo Maynes, University of Minnesota (History) Baby Trouble in the Last Best West: Making New People in Alberta, 1905-1939 Amy Kaler, University of Alberta (Sociology) Discussants: Tamara Myers, Lehigh University (History) Kristine Alexander, University of Lethbridge (History and Child & Youth Studies) Elisabeth Anderson, New York University Abu Dhabi (Sociology) Pavla Miller, RMIT University (Global, Urban and Social Studies) F2

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Av. Viger

Nostalgia and Consumer Culture in the 20th Century CULTURE; Childhood and Youth; Race and Ethnicity; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental Chair: Gary Cross, Pennsylvania State University (History) Nostalgia and Multigenerational Childhood: Marketing and Tourism in the Hershey Company, 1903-1985 Catherine Koonar, University of Toronto (History) Seeing the Past in Stages: Stagecoaches, Freight Wagons, and Frontier Nostalgia in Western Canada, 1910-1960 Ben Bradley, University of Alberta (History and Classics) Not Enough Memory: Examining History and Obsolescence in Contemporary Game Art Andrew Bailey, York University (Art History and Visual Culture) Nostalgia for "Company Time": Food and Consumer Culture in Caribbean Nicaragua Christiane Berth, Bern University (History) Discussant: Gary Cross, The Pennsylvania State University (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association F3

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Agora

Global Encounters: Life, Death, Criticism CULTURE Chair: Chibuzor Azubuike, University of Ibadan, Nigeria (Diaspora and Transnational Studies) Diplomacy, Proselytization, and Criticism in the Western Encounter: Japanese Religious Groups in the World's Parliament of Religions Noah Rankins, University of Notre Dame (Sociology) Experience and Trauma. Lived Experience on the Battlefields as Reflected in the Transylvanian Romanians' War Diaries and Memoirs (1914-1918) Mirela Popa-Andrei, Romanian Academy (The Institute of History "George Baritiu") Indigenous Cases and Individual Burdens: Comparing the Cholera and Dengue Outbreak Narratives Maria I. Espinoza, Rutgers University (Sociology) Discussant: Robert Mowry, University of Notre Dame (Sociology) F4

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Av. Duluth

Twentieth-Century Developments in Economic Institutions: Legal, Political, and Organizational Change ECONOMICS; Politics; Public Finance Chair: Thomas Telfer, Western University (Law) Corporate Law Federalism in Historical Context Camden Hutchison, University of British Columbia (Law) Marketing and Organizational Management in Marion Harper's "Engineering Consent" Daniel Guadagnolo, University of Wisconsin-Madison (History) Canadian Corporate Reorganization, 1920s-2000s: A Socio-Legal History of the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act Virginia Torrie, University of Manitoba (Law) The Moral Economy of Academic Patenting Before the Bayh-Dole Act of 1980 Kevin Walters, University of Wisconsin-Madison (History) Discussant: Thomas Telfer, Western University (Law)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association F5

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Square Dorchester

Experts in Action EDUCATION; Culture Chair: Gianpaolo Baiocchi, New York University (Individualized Studies and Sociology) Making Data Democratic in Contemporary Mexico Diana Graizbord, University of Georgia (Sociology & Latin American and Caribbean Studies) Infrastructures of Valuation: Lessons from Food Distribution to Shoe Production Claudio Benzecry, Northwestern University (Communication Studies) Andrew Deener, University of Connecticut (Sociology) Humanitarian Anticipations: Aid and Imagined Futures in Post-Crisis Lebanon Samuel Dinger, NYU (Sociology) Civic Visions and Moral Models: Social Knowledge in Planning Theory Hillary Angelo, University of California Santa Cruz (Sociology) Gianpaolo Baiocchi, NYU (Individualized Studies and Sociology) Discussant: Fuyuki Kurasawa, York University (Sociology) F6

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Exclamation

Internal Migration and Service FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY Chair: Mary Louise Nagata, Francis Marion University / Ehess (History / CHR) An Early Modern Swedish Migration System Martin Andersson, Södertörn University, Stockholm (History) A Servants Worth: Self-Worth, Respect and Pride in Seventeenth Century Stockholm Paul Borenberg, Gothenburg University (Historical Studies) Internal Migrations in Feudal Poland Mateusz Wyzga, Pedagogical University in Cracow (History and Archive Sciences) Discussant: Mary Louise Nagata, Francis Marion University / EHESS (History / CRH)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association F7

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Av. Laurier

Building Historical Big Data Together I: Crowd-Sourcing, Citizen Science, and Large-Scale Online Collaborations HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS; Family/Demography; Presidential; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental; Urban Chair: Juliette Levy, University of California, Riverside (History) Analytic Potentials of Large Scale Topographic Mapping Converted into Geosemantic "Big Data" through Crowd-Sourcing: Findings from the GB1900 Project Humphrey Southall, University of Portsmouth (Geography) Paula Aucott, University of Portsmouth (Geography) Names and Places: Accuracy of citizen transcribers in the Measuring the ANZACs Project Evan Roberts, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center, Sociology) Kris Inwood, University of Guelph (Economics and History) Les Oxley, University of Canterbury (Economics and Finance) Crowd-Sourcing Irish Immigration: Departure from Ireland & Arrival and Settlement in US Kurt Schlichting, Fairfield University (Sociology and Anthropology) Capturing and Contextualizing History- Using Public Participatory Historical GIS to Build a Spatial Data Infrastructure of Historical Landscapes and Environments Donald Lafreniere, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) Sarah Fayen Scarlett, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) Daniel Trepal, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) John Arnold, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) Discussant: Juliette Levy, University of California, Riverside (History) F8

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Saint-Paul

Thinking About Class Today : Economy, Law, Education and Unions in Quebec LABOR; Economics; Politics Chair: Felix Fuchs, McGill University (History) The 'Quiet Revolution' and Its Not-So-Quiet Dismantling : Understanding Class Dynamics in Quebec Emanuel Guay, McGill University (Sociology) Defending School on the streets : Education and Class Dynamics in Quebec Alessandro Drago, McGill University (Sociology) From "Combat" to "Partenariat" : Unions and Class in Quebec Élisabeth Béfort-Doucet, Université de Montréal (Anthropology) Discussant: Felix Fuchs, McGill University (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association F9

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Multiplication

Gender, "Work," and the Evolving Landscape of Graduate Education LABOR; Education; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Elizabeth Faue, Wayne State University (History) Service Sector Faculty: Gender and Discretion at the University of Dayton Caroline Merithew, University of Dayton (History) “If Not Now, When?:” Clerical Organizing in Private Universities in the 1970s and 1980s Amanda Walter, Wayne State University (History) Discussant: Elizabeth Faue, Wayne State University (History) F10

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Sainte-Catherine

Book Session: Shuang Chen, State-Sponsored Inequality MACRO-HISTORICAL DYNAMICS Chair: James Lee, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities and Social Science) State-Sponsored Inequality: The Banner System and Social Stratification Shuang Chen, University of Iowa (History) Discussants: James Lee, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities and Social Science) Constantin Iordachi, Central European University, Hungary (History) Lionel Kesztenbaum, INED (History) Rebecca Jean Emigh, UCLA (Sociology) F11

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Notre-Dame

The Vivek Chibber Debate: Postcolonial Theory and the Specter of Capital in the Canadian Context MACRO-HISTORICAL DYNAMICS Chair: Cindy Gaudet, University of Alberta (Native Studies) Discussants: Claude Couture, University of Alberta (Claude Couture) Srilata Ravi, University of Alberta (Faculté Saint-Jean) Guillaume Durou, UQAM and University of Alberta (Sociology) Frederic-Guillaume Dufour, UQAM (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association F12

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Mansfield

Innovative Approaches to Teaching Migration and Citizenship in the Classroom and Beyond MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION; Education; Race and Ethnicity Chair: Torrie Hester, Saint Louis University (History) Discussants: Danielle Battisti, University of Nebraska, Omaha (History) Elizabeth Venditto, University of Minnesota (History) Jessica Harriet Lee, Columbia University (Freedom and Citizenship Center) Evan Taparata, University of Minnesota (Immigration History) F13

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Saint-Denis

Nationalism, Identity and Mobility MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION Chair: Marcelo Borges, Dickinson College (History) Israel - from Migration ‘to Population Change" to a Heterogeneous Society: Nationalism as Societal Glue Yair Barak, Tel Aviv University (Cohen Institute) How Homeland Politics Affect In-group Differences in Identity Formation among Contemporary Chinese-Speaking Immigrants Yuching Cheng, University at Albany, SUNY (Sociology) The "Huaqiao Question" and the Nation: Migration Scholars, Institutions and Discourses in China, 1842-1949 Lisong Liu, Massachusetts College of Art and Design (Liberal Arts) Portuguese Language and Culture in Portugals Emigration Policy and the Nation after Decolonization Thierry Hinger, University of Luxembourg (History) Discussant: Marcelo Borges, Dickinson College (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association F14

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Sherbrooke

Parties and Elites POLITICS; States and Society Chair: Juan Wang, McGill University (Political Science) Mechanisms of Formation of Local Ruling Elites in the Early Soviet Society (Based on the Materials of the Communist Party Census of 1922-1924) Oleg Gorbachev, Ural Federal University (Historical) Elite Family Networks and State Formation in 19th Century Chile Naim Bro, University of Cambridge (Sociology) The Rise of the Princelings in China: Career Advantages and Collective Elite Reproduction Tony Huiquan Zhang, University of Toronto (Sociology) Discussant: Juan Wang, McGill University (Political Science) F15

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Arobase

Specialist Actors in Public Finance PUBLIC FINANCE Chair: Molly Michelmore, Washington and Lee University (History) The American Tobacco Tax, 1861-1913: A Window into the Gilded Age Tax Regime Carl-Henry Geschwind, Independent Scholar (History) Tax and Accounting Standardization in France 1914-1948 Beatrice Touchelay, Universite Lille 3, France (History) Discussant: Molly Michelmore, Washington and Lee University (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association F16

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Parenthese

Race, Theory, and the Sociological Imagination RACE AND ETHNICITY Chair: To be announced Race, Modernity, and the Boundaries of Bureaucratic Practice Marcelo Bohrt, Brown University (Sociology) The Double Bind: Race as Pre-political in the Sociology of Race and the Political Sociology Michael Rodríguez-Muñiz, Northwestern (Sociology) Cedric de Leon, Providence College (Sociology) Tracing Race in the Social Sciences: An Examination of Journal Articles 1945-2015 Tina M. Park, Brown University (Sociology) Discussant: To be announced F17

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Between the State and the People: Protest and Development in China in Historical Perspective STATES AND SOCIETY; Politics Cancelled F18

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Centre-Ville

Inclusion and Representation in State-Making STATES AND SOCIETY Chair: Daniel Carpenter, Harvard University (Political Science) Understanding the Ethics of Eroticism in Soviet and post-Soviet South Caucasus Diana Yayloyan, Ankara University (International Relations) Democracy Through Revolution: Voice and Rights in the Revolutionary Process Zachary Wilmot, Brown University (Sociology) Ruling Oneself In: Party-State Struggles, European Integration and the Rise of the Turkish AKP, 1995-2008 Phyllis Jeffrey, University of California, Davis (Sociology) Stephanie L Mudge, University of California-Davis (Sociology) The International Year of Disabled Persons (1981) in Times of Welfare State Retrenchment: Debates about Charity, Welfare Provisions, and Rights in the Nordic Countries Anna Derksen, Leiden University (History) Formalizing Informality: Iranian Revolutionrary Militia's Unconventional Path to Establishment Maryam Alemzadeh, University of Chicago (Sociology) Discussant: Daniel Carpenter, Harvard University (Political Science)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association F19

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Diese

Unhealthy Communities? Environmental Justice and Cities, Then and Now URBAN Chair: Nicola Tynan, Dickinson College (Economics) Lead Paint and the Production of Poisonous Space in Baltimore City, 1995-2015 Lee Scrivener, UW-Madison (Sociology) Manufacturing Change: The Differential Impacts of Manufacturing Decline on Exposure to Industrial Pollution Kevin Smiley, State University of New York at Buffalo (Sociology) Age-friendly Urban Development and the Health of Ageing Societies Malou Windeler, University of British Columbia / Free University of Berlin (Sociology) Urban Infrastructure and Everyday Life in Los Angeles, 1880-1930 Jan Hansen, Humboldt University Berlin (History) Discussant: Nicola Tynan, Dickinson College (Economics) F20

Friday, November 3

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue McGill

Nasty Women: Gender and National Identity in a Transnational and Transatlantic Context, 1860-1950 WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY; Migration/Immigration Chair: A James Hammerton, La Trobe University (History) Bridget Waters, Murderess: War Bride as Femme Fatale in Post-war America Gail L. Savage, St. Mary's College of Maryland (History) "I Should Never Have Allied Myself to a Gentleman without Fortune": Ginger Suzanne Frost, Samford University (History) "This is Your Hour": Christian Science Women's Mission to London, 1885-1908 Pamela Walker, Carleton University (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association G1

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Square Dorchester

Children across Borders: Processes and Justifications for Child Placement and Child Migration CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH; Migration/Immigration; Presidential; Race and Ethnicity; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Kelly Condit-Shrestha, University of Minnesota (History) The Suspension, the Nation and Its Children: Adoption Compounding Postcolonial Trauma in the DR Congo Emma Alexander, University of Winnipeg (History) Children on the Move: Listening to Life Stories of Migration, Survival, and Displacement Barbara Lorenzkowski, Concordia University (History) African American Children and Adoption Reform During the Transition from Civil Rights to Black Power Kori Graves, SUNY Albany (History) Incorporating the Racial Other: Bypassing US Immigration Restrictions in the Transnational Adoption of Japanese Children by American Families, 1948-1953 Karen Balcom, McMaster University (History) Discussant: Kelly Condit-Shrestha, University of Minnesota (History) G2

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Av. Van-Horne

Historical Encounters With Crime CRIME, JUSTICE, and the LAW Chairs: Paul Knepper, Central Washington University (Law & Justice) and Jessica Rumboldt, York University (Gender, Feminist, & Women's Studies) How to Study Historical Crime Glenn Svedin, Mid Sweden University (History) Can We Social Science Historians Make a Greater Contribution to Criminology, and Vice Versa? Randolph Roth, Ohio State University (History) Seven Controversies among Historians of Crime (and Why Criminologists Need to Know about Them Paul Knepper, Central Washington University (Law & Justice) Theorizing Female Crime in Russia: The Application of Gendered Analysis to Court Cases Sharon Kowalsky, Texas A&M University--Commerce (History) Discussant: Joanne Klein, Boise State University (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association G3

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Agora

Morals, Methods, and Means of Explanation CULTURE Chair: Álvaro Morcillo Laiz, Center for Teaching and Research In Economics (CIDE) (Economics) Conservation Ethics, the Progressive Era, and the Order of Nature Eric Malczewski, Harvard University (Social Studies) The Persistence of Pardons and the End of Attainder: Moral Explanations and Moral Facts Matthew Norton, University of Oregon (Sociology) Against Narrative: Cognitive Science and the Case for A New Historical Method David Meskill, Bard High School Early College Queens (Social Studies) Retrospective Consecration as a Population-Level Phenomenon Fabien Accominotti, London School of Economics and Political Science (Sociology) More than Words: Writing and Its Significance amongst Ordinary Romanians in Transylvania during World War I Ana Victoria Sima, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (History and Philosophy) Discussant: Jeffrey Guhin, University of California, Los Angeles (Sociology) G4

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Saint-Paul

Challenges in Historical Data Linkage and Classification FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY; Economics Chair: Gunnar Thorvaldsen, Universitetet I Tromso (Norwegian Historical Data Centre) The Pay is Small, the Duties Strenuous, the Conditions Exacting, the Service Quickly Over: An Assessment of Enumeration Accuracy in the U. S. Census" Diana Magnuson, Bethel University (History) Ron Goeken, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center) LICR: A Cocktail of Religions Ashkan Ashkpour, International Institute of Social History (Research) Albert Meroño-Peñuela, VU University Amsterdam (Computer Science) The National Longitudinal Research Infrastructure Steven Ruggles, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center) Discussant: Gunnar Thorvaldsen, Universitetet i Tromsø (Norwegian Historical Data Centre)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association G5

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Sainte-Catherine

Assortative Mating and Legislative Effects on Marriage Patterns FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY; Economics; Politics Chair: Ioan Bolovan, Babes-Bolyai University (Population Studies) Conditional Encounters: Marriage Patterns of the Political Elite in San Pablo, Laguna, 1853-1854 Nicholas Sy, Ateneo de Manila University (History) Age at Marriage in Rural Georgia: A Historical Analysis of Marriage Records in the Kistauri Commune Rennie Lee, University of Melbourne (Sociology) Rebecca Jean Emigh, UCLA (Sociology ) Tinatin Zurabishvili, CRRC-Georgia (CRRC) Marriage, Divorce, and the Gendered Organization of 'Private' Property Alexander Roehrkasse, UC Berkeley (Sociology) Education, Class and Marriage in Rural Shanxi, China in the Mid-Twentieth Century Long Xing, Shanxi University (Research Center for Chinese Social History) Cameron Campbell, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Social Science) Matthew Noellert, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities) Xiangning Li, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (SOSC) James Lee, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities and Social Science) Discussant: Ioan Bolovan, Babes-Bolyai University (Population Studies) G6

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Av. Laurier

Building Historical Big Data Together II: Crowd-Sourcing, Citizen Science, and Large-Scale Online Collaborations HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS; Family/Demography; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental; Urban Chair: Humphrey Southall, University of Portsmouth (Geography) Constructing the City: A Crowdsourced Historical GIS of Urban Change Elizabeth Roberto, Princeton University (Sociology) Crowdsourcing Historical Climate Observations Renee Sieber, McGill University (History) Victoria Slonosky, McGill University (Geography) African American Civil War Soldiers Database John Clegg, New York University (Sociology) Michael Weaver, University of Chicago (Society of Fellows) A Beneficial Combination: Combining "Big Data" Building and Crowd-Funding to Create A Database of the Slave Registers of Suriname. Cornelius van Galen, Radboud University (History) Discussant: Humphrey Southall, University of Portsmouth (Geography)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association G7

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Leave from Hotel Lobby

Post-Industrial Montreal: A Walking Tour LABOR; Historical Geography and GIS; Migration/Immigration; Urban Chair: Tobias Higbie, University of California, Los Angeles (History) Discussant: Steven High, Concordia University (History) G8

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue McGill

Labor, Ethnicity and Identity MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION Chair: Linda Reeder, University of Missouri (History) Learning to be Legal: How Legal 'Capital' Affects the Business Outcomes of Mexican Immigrant Entrepreneurs Dolores Trevizo, Occidental College (Sociology) Race, Gender and Politics Involving Filipino Migrant Workers as Educators in Thai Schools Analiza Liezl Amurao, Mahidol University International College (Humanities and Language) "There will be no Puerto Rican Ghetto in Willimantic:" Urban Renewal and Interethnic Relations in a New England Mill Town. Anna Jaroszynska-Kirchmann, Eastern Connecticut State University (History) Filipino Garment Workers: Migrant-Brokers of Filipino Community in Manitoba Canada, 1968-1980 Maria Cecilia de Guzman, Ateneo de Manila University (History) Discussant: Linda Reeder, University of Missouri (History) G9

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Sherbrooke

Political Parties POLITICS; States and Society Chair: Daniel Carpenter, Harvard University (Political Science) Two Dispossessions Behind Party Articulation Edwin Ackerman, Syracuse University (Sociology) Blocked Political Articulation and Turkey's New Democracy Movement: How State Intervention Produced a Hollow Alternative to Turkish-Kurdish Social Democracy (1989-1995) Phyllis Jeffrey, University of California, Davis (Sociology) The Institutional Origins of the Mass Party Anne Heyer, Leiden University (History) Partisan Poor Relief: The Spoils System In The Gilded Age Jeffrey Broxmeyer, University of Toledo (Political Science and Public Administration) Discussant: Daniel Carpenter, Harvard University (Political Science)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association G10

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Diese

Public Finance and Public Welfare PUBLIC FINANCE Chair: Lucy Barnes, University College London (Political Science) The Political Battles in the Reforms in the Modern Swiss Social Security Yuta Kakegai, Keio University (Economics) The Impact of New Deal on Health: An Epidemiological Framework Gregori Galofré-Vilà, University of Oxford (Sociology) Between Contract and Charity: The Reclassification of Public Employee Pensions in the City of Detroit Mikell Hyman, University of Michigan (Sociology) Public Welfare and Local Interests: Fiscal Operations in Early Modern England, Tokugawa Japan, and Qing China Wenkai He, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Social Science) Discussant: Lucy Barnes, University College London (Political Science) G11

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Parenthese

Property, Race, and Wealth in Brooklyn, Ny: 1830s-Present RACE AND ETHNICITY; Economics; Historical Geography and GIS; Urban Cancelled

G12

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Saint-Denis

Book Session: Politicizing Islam: The Islamic Revival in France and India RELIGION; Politics; States and Society; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Damon Mayrl, Colby College (Sociology) Politicizing Islam: The Islamic Revival in France and India Fareen Parvez, University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Sociology) Discussants: Sadia Saeed, University of San Francisco (Sociology) Jonathan Wyrtzen, Yale University (Sociology) Andreas Wimmer, Columbia University (Sociology) Armando Salvatore, McGill University (Religious Studies)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association G13

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Mansfield

Author Meets Critics: Dismantling Solidarity: Capitalist Politics and American Pensions since the New Deal by Michael A. Mccarthy STATES AND SOCIETY; Economics; Labor; Macro-Historical Dynamics; Politics Chair: Kevan Harris, University of California, Los Angeles (Sociology) Dismantling Solidarity: Capitalist Politics and American Pensions Since the New Deal Michael McCarthy, Marquette University (Social and Cultural Sciences) Discussants: Cedric de Leon, Providence College (Sociology) Stephanie L Mudge, University of California-Davis (Sociology) Michael Schwartz, Stony Brook University (Michael Schwartz) G14

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Av. Duluth

Networks in Context STATES AND SOCIETY Chair: Lars Bo Kaspersen, University of Copenhagen (Political Science) Negotiations of Expertise: Boundary Making between Civil Society and State Authority Christi M. Smith, Ohio State University (Sociology) Anders Sevelsted, Copenhagen Business School (Business and Politics) Networks of Narrations: Reconstructing the "˜International' in Connected MicroHistories Maj Grasten, Copenhagen Business School (Business and Politics) Processes of Intersectoral Collaboration and the Centrality of Organizational Margins: A Temporal Perspective Dimitra Andersen, Copenhagen Business School (Business and Politics) Practicing boundary drawings - Philanthropic investments practices in networks of the common good. Liv Egholm, Copenhagen Business School (Business and Politics) Discussant: Andrew Abbott, University of Chicago (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association G15

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Centre-Ville

Cities, Environments, and Nature URBAN; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental Chair: Kevin Loughran, Northwestern University (Sociology) Country and Estate: Designing Newfoundland's Agricultural Policy, 1900-1923 Dustin Valen, McGill University (Architecture) Urban Parks and Urban Problems: An Historical Perspective on Green Space as Spatial Fix Kevin Loughran, Northwestern University (Sociology) Conquering the Wasteland: Urban Growth, Water Control, and Local Identity on the Edge of a Northwestern German City Kristin Poling, University of Michigan - Dearborn (Social Sciences) The Changes in the Landuse Patterns in Marikina: Effects to the Marikina River (1946-2009) Nomer Guiller Angeles, University of Santo Tomas - Manila (Senior High School) The Successive Nature of City Parks: Making and Remaking Unequal Access Over Time James Elliott, Rice University (Sociology) Elizabeth Korver-Glenn, University of New Mexico (Sociology) Daniel Bolger, Rice University (Sociology) Discussant: David Wachsmuth, McGill University (Urban Planning) G16

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Av. Viger

Queer Spaces, Queer Intimacies: Perversion at the Crossroads of Sex, Sexuality, and Love WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY; Culture; Presidential; Program Committee Chair: Lee Thorpe Jr, West Virginia University (Sociology) Gay Male Sex Before and After AIDS Jeffrey Escoffier, Brooklyn Institute for Social Research (Historical Sociology) Darkrooms / Backrooms: The Success Queer Spaces of Sex Martin J. Goessl, FH JOANNEUM (Equality and Diversity) Intimacy at the Sex Club: Relational Patterns of Gay Men Who Attend Sex Parties Etienne Meunier, Columbia University (Public Health) Discussant: Lee Thorpe Jr, West Virginia University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association G17

Friday, November 3

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Notre-Dame

Women and Change, Women of Change WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY; Economics; Race and Ethnicity; States and Society Chair: Dominique Grisard, University of Basel (Gender Studies/History) Changing the Status of Women. Wives and Mothers Immediately Before and After a Communist Takeover Katerina Liskova, Masaryk University (Sociology) Haoles in Honolulu: New England Whaling Wives in Mid-Nineteenth Century Hawai'i Mallory Huard, Pennsylvania State University (History and Women's Studies) International African American Women Abolitionists: Ellan Craft and Sarah Parker Remond Katrina Anderson, University of Delaware (History) Discussant: Dominique Grisard, University of Basel (Gender Studies/History)

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Network Meetings Friday, 1:00 – 1:45pm Crime, Justice and the Law

Av. Van-Horne

Economics

Av. Duluth

Education/ Knowledge/Science

Av. Viger

Historical Geography and GIS

Av. Laurier

Macro-Historical Dynamics

Square Dorchester

Health/Medicine/Body

Rue Saint-Denis

Race & Ethnicity

Rue Mansfield

Family/History/Demography

Rue Sherbrooke

Childhood & Youth

Rue McGill

Friday, 1:45 – 2:30pm Culture

Av. Van-Horne

Urban

Av. Duluth

Labor

Av. Viger

Migration/Immigration

Av. Laurier

Politics

Square Dorchester

Public Finance

Rue Notre-Dame

Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental

Rue Saint-Denis

Religion

Rue Mansfield

States & Society

Rue Sherbrooke

Women, Gender & Sexuality

Rue McGill

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association H1

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Rue McGill

Incarceration Histories CRIME, JUSTICE, and the LAW Chair: François Fenchel, Université Laval (Criminologie / Service Sociale) The Overrepresentation of Indigenous Female Offenders in the Canadian Criminal Justice System Jessica Rumboldt, York University (Gender, Feminist, & Women's Studies) The Use of Segregation Policies and Psycarceral Methods in the Canadian Prison System Chantell Morais, York University (Sociolegal Studies) The Second Great Awakening and the Rise of the Penitentiary Jeffery Dennis, Minnesota State University, Mankato (Sociology and Corrections) Is Feminicidio a Carceral Project in the Context of Impunity? Paulina Garcia-Del Moral, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Sociology) Discussant: François Fenchel, Université Laval (Criminologie / Service Sociale)

H2

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Av. Viger

Meaning Making as Valuation Practice in Cultural Economies CULTURE Chair: Kim de Laat, University of Toronto (Sociology) The Social Meanings of Rich People's Money Ashley Mears, Boston University (Sociology) The Field in Three Dimensions: Caricature in Cultural Fields Alison Gerber, Uppsala University (Sociology) Getting to the Core: How Occupational Beliefs Shape Sex Segregation in Advertising Sharon Koppman, University of California - Irvine (Organization and Management) Making Space for Innovation in the Categorical Imperative: Eclectic Receptivity and the Non-Linearity of Market Attention Clayton Childress, University of Toronto (Sociology) Monica Lee, University of Chicago (Sociology) Daniel Silver, University of Toronto (Sociology) Discussant: Kim de Laat, University of Toronto (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association H3

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Parenthese

Markets and the Problems of Value CULTURE Chair: Jensen Sass, University of Canberra (IGPA) Staying True to Your Folks? Changing Strong Ties and Moral-Economic Lessons from the Past in Newly Emerging Capitalism Till Hilmar, Yale University (Sociology) Atlantic Liquor Connections and Spatial Dynamics of Temperance Ferdinand Nyberg, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany (Collaborative Research Centre) The Art of Transition: Postsocialism, Western Hegemony, and the Crisis of Russian Art Elise Herrala, Haverford College (Sociology) Discussant: Abby Stivers, University at Albany, SUNY (Sociology) H4

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Rue Saint-Paul

Linking Records: Theory and Method ECONOMICS; Family/Demography; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Catherine Massey, University of Michigan (Population Studies) Job Hoard: A Linked Open Data Solution to Occupation-Based Historical Comparative Research Richard Zijdeman, Int. Inst. of Social History / Stirling University (Economic and Social History) Rinke Hoekstra, VU University Amsterdam (Computer Science) Links. Linking Dutch Marriages Into Pedigrees Over Five Generations, 1795-1938 Gerrit Bloothooft, Utrecht University (Linguistics) Kees Mandemakers, Int Institue of Social History (Historical Sample Netherlands) Linking the Scanian Economic Demographic Database to the Swedish Death Index Enrico Debiasi, Lund University (Economic History) Björn Eriksson, Lund University (Economic History) Luciana Quaranta, University of Lund (Economic History) Automating Source Transcription with Record Linkage Techniques Gunnar Thorvaldsen, Universitetet i Tromsø (Norwegian Historical Data Centre) Discussants: Hamish Maxwell-Stewart, University of Tasmania (History and Classics) Catherine Massey, University of Michigan (Population Studies Centre)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association H5

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Av. Laurier

Property Rights and Fiscal Capacity ECONOMICS; Public Finance Chair: Alan Dye, Barnard College, Columbia University (Economics) The Cost of Property Rights: Establishing Institutions on the Philippine Frontier Under American Rule, 1898-1918 Noel Maurer, George Washington University (International Business) Leticia Arroyo Abad, Middlebury College (Economics) Taxation and Public Service Provision Under Autocracy and Electoral Authoritarianism Belinda Archibong, Barnard College (Economics) Social Trust, Property Rights, and Economic Development on the Kazakh Steppe Nora Webb Williams, University of Washington (Political Science) Trusting The Hand That Feeds You: The Effect of Institutional Trust And Participation On Foreign Aid Effectiveness Kevin Aslett, University of Washington (Political Science) Discussants: Leticia Arroyo Abad, Middlebury College (Economics) Noel Maurer, Harvard Business School (BGIE)Alan Dye, Barnard College, Columbia University (Economics) H6

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Rue Sherbrooke

New Histories of the Social Sciences EDUCATION Chair: Jean-François Côté, Université Québec À Montréal (Sociology) The Big Influence of Small Things: Pervasive experience and the Chicago Schools Andrew Abbott, University of Chicago (Sociology) A Century of Higher Learning : Re-Connecting with Veblen's Curiosity and Critique Dan Steward, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Sociology) Internal Orientalization or De-Orientalization: Disciplinary Conflicts and National Imaginations in Modern China, 1912-1949"‹ Liping Wang, The University of Hong Kong (Sociology) Traduttori, traditori. The Spanish Version of Weber's Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft as a Precondition for Doing Social Theory from the Periphery Álvaro Morcillo Laiz, Center for Teaching and Research in Economics (CIDE (Álvaro Morcillo Laiz) Discussant: Jean-François Côté, Université Québec à Montréal (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association H7

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Bar Oblique

The Art of Governing Circulation: Politics, Law and Global Assemblages HEALTH/MEDICINE/BODY Chair: Uta Karstein, University Leipzig (Cultural Sociology) Circulating Concepts: Health and Body in Global Circuits Marian Burchardt, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity (Sociology) Contaminated Insides? Capturing the Detours and Indeterminacies of An Old Chemical in Africa Rene Umlauf, Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (Anthropology & Philosophy) Cryoscapes of Health - Infrastructures of Cooling and the rise of Global Biopolitics Stefan Höhne, Technical University Berlin (Metropolitan Studies) Discussants: Christian Fröhlich, National Research University Higher School of Economics (Sociology) Eva Riedke, University of Mainz (Anthropology and African Studies) H8

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Rue Mansfield

Urban and Rural Environments in the Past HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental; Urban Chair: Andy Anderson, Amherst College (History and Black Studies) Knowledge Brokers: Mapping the Transatlantic Circulation of Expertise and Practices in the Field of Forestry (1880-1950) Lisalou Martone, Université Lumière Lyon 2 & University of Ottawa (Arts (History)) Mapping Museum Narratives: Place and Scale in Presenting "New Western" Histories Samuel Smith, University of Colorado-Boulder (Geography) The Changes in the Landuse Patterns in Marikina: Effects to the Marikina River (1946-2009) Nomer Guiller Angeles, University of Santo Tomas - Manila (Senior High School) Historical GIS and Public History: Engaging Todays Communities with Yesterdays Changing Places Sarah Fayen Scarlett, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) Donald Lafreniere, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) John Arnold, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) Daniel Trepal, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) Discussant: Michael Weaver, University of Chicago (Society of Fellows)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association H9

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Av. Van-Horne

Migration Organizations in Organizing Migration I MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION Chair: Marlou Schrover, Leiden University (History) Refugee NGOs in the Interwar period Teuntje Vosters, Universiteit Leiden (History) The Renewal of Transnational Advocacy Coalitions around Migration Issues In the 90's Melodie Beaujeu, Sciences Po Paris (European Studies) Marriage of Convenience, Well Managed Match? Canada's Ambivalent History and Partnership with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Martin Geiger, Carleton University (Political Economy) A Voluntary Agency and Political Action Group: A Case Study of the American Committee on Italian Migration in facilitating Italian Immigration to the United States, 1952-1965 Danielle Battisti, University of Nebraska, Omaha (History) Discussant: Colin Pooley, Lancaster University (Environment) H10

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Exclamation

Asylum Law and Refugees MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION Chair: Elizabeth Venditto, University of Minnesota (History) Rethinking the Border in the Metropolis: Solidarity and Mobility among Syrian Initiatives in Istanbul Ayse Sanli, Sabanci University (Cultural Studies) ‘Framing the Case': Bureaucratic Efficiency Pressures in the Humanitarian Politicization, Legitimation, and Adjudication of Refugee Claims Talia Shiff, Northwestern University (Sociology and Law) Politics of Transnational Humanitarianism: International NGOs Assisting Syrian Refugees in Turkey Dolunay Ugur, Yale University (Sociology) The Interplay between Asylum Regime and National Identity Shai Tagner, Roma Tre & Ben Gurion Universities (Political Science / History) Discussant: Elizabeth Venditto, University of Minnesota (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association H11

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Multiplication

Nationalism, Colonialism, and State Formation POLITICS; States and Society Chair: Olukunle Owolabi, Villanova University (Political Science) Community of Communities: Reconciling Utopia and Reality in the History of AntiColonial Internationalist Thought Christopher Murray, London School of Economics and Political Science (Political Science) L'éruption Patriote: French Canada at the Epicenter of the 19th century Atlantic Petitioning Explosion Doris Brossard, Radcliffe Institute (Social Sciences) Daniel Carpenter, Harvard University (Political Science) Let Us Conquer Space: Colonialism, State Building, and the Creation of Early American Territory Christina McElderry, New School for Social Research (Politics) The Multivocality of the Nation: The birth of African Nationalism in South Africa, 18601890. Jonathan Schoots, University of Chicago (Sociology) Discussant: Olukunle Owolabi, Villanova University (Political Science) H12

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Diese

History and Politics of Mortgage Subsidies PUBLIC FINANCE Chair: Vanessa Williamson, Brookings Institution (Governance Studies) Third Rail or Third Way? The Politics of Mortgage Tax Relief in the U.S. and U.K. Joshua McCabe, Wellesley College (Sociology) The Birth of a Mortgage Subsidy: The BC Home Owner Mortgage and Equity Partnership Program Nathanael Lauster, University of British Columbia (Sociology) The Problem of the Wellesley Democrat? Affluent Democrats and the Home Mortgage Interest Deduction Monica Prasad, Northwestern University (Sociology) History, Inequality, and the Home Mortgage Interest Deduction Isaac Martin, University of California, San Diego (Sociology) Discussant: Vanessa Williamson, Brookings Institution (Governance Studies)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association H13

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Rue Saint-Denis

Author Meets Critics: The Rise and Fall of the Miraculous Welfare Machine: Immigration and Social Democracy in Twentieth-Century Sweden by Carly Schall RACE AND ETHNICITY; Migration/Immigration; Politics; States and Society Chair: Elizabeth Onasch, SUNY Plattsburgh (Sociology) The Rise and Fall of the Miraculous Welfare Machine: Immigration and Social Democracy in Twentieth-Century Sweden Carly Schall, IUPUI (Sociology) Discussants: Maureen Eger, Umeå University (Sociology) Heidi Vad Jønsson, University of Southern Denmark (History) Christine Ingebritsen, University of Washington (Scandinavian Studies) Leo Lucassen, Leiden University (Institute of History) H14

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Centre-Ville

Altruism, Morality, and Faith RELIGION; Culture; Politics Chair: Roger Baumann, Yale University (Sociology) Philanthropic Networks and the Origins of Humanitarian Intervention in Britain and Europe, 1700-1750 Catherine Arnold, Yale University (History) Statistical Aesthetics in Nineteenth-Century Christian Globalism Hillary Kaell, Concordia University (Religion) Of Exceptions and Exemptions: The Boundary Politics of the U.S. Nonprofit Sector Elisabeth Clemens, University of Chicago (Sociology) Child Rights in Islamic Law: The Best Interests of the Child in Theory and Practice Ahmed Fekry Ibrahim, McGill University (Islamic Studies) The Spirit of Resistance: Intra-Organizational Mobilization and the Puzzle of Témoignage Chrétien Aliza Luft, University of California, Los Angeles (Sociology) Discussant: Shai Dromi, Harvard University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association H15

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Av. Duluth

Transportation and Infrastructure from a Local Community Perspective RURAL, AGRICULTURAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL; Presidential Chair: Susan Hautaniemi Leonard, University of Michigan (ICPSR) Creating "a fully efficient transport system": Examining the Consequences of Rationalizing the Prairie Grain Handling and Transportation Network, 1960 - 1985 Laura Larsen, University of Saskatchewan (History) Decoupled Development: Infrastructure and Latin America's Export Boom beyond Railroads and the State Casey Lurtz, Johns Hopkins University (History) Grain Markets and Wealth Development among Farmers in Sweden C. 1750 to 1820. Patrick Svensson, Lund University (Economic History) Discussant: Susan Hautaniemi Leonard, University of Michigan (ICPSR H16

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Rue Notre-Dame

Enforcing (In)Equality: Race and the American State STATES AND SOCIETY; Politics; Race and Ethnicity Chair: Debra Thompson, Northwestern University (African American Studies) Enforcing Equality: Making and Unmaking America's Civil Rights State Robert Lieberman, Johns Hopkins University (Political Science) Desmond King, Oxford University (Politics and International Relations) Black Urban Regimes and the End of the Civil Rights Movement Kimberley Johnson, Barnard College, Columbia University (Political Science) Alignments and Accommodations: Racial Politics and Higher Education in the Seventies Anthony Chen, Northwestern (Sociology) Lisa Stulberg, New York University (Sociology) Contesting Bureaucratic Autonomy: The Post-Enactment Politics of Fair Lending Law Chloe Thurston, Northwestern University (Political Science) Discussant: Debra Thompson, Northwestern University (African American Studies)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association H17

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Agora

Rethinking Class and Difference I STATES AND SOCIETY; Labor; Politics; Women, Gender, and Sexuality; Program Committee Chair: Barry Eidlin, McGill University (Sociology) States and Gravediggers: Rethinking Theories of Civil Society Kevan Harris, UCLA (Sociology) Fascism and the Class Politics of Republicanism: The Rassemblement National Populaire and the Front National Mathieu Desan, University of Colorado (Sociology) The Multiple Labors of Love: Productive and Reproductive Labor in the Globalizing City Gowri Vijayakumar, Brandeis University (Sociology) Working Classes, States, and Continuity or Change in Development Policies Zophia Edwards, Providence College (Sociology) Race, Gender and Social Reproduction: Rethinking Class and Labor Organizing Premilla Nadasen, Barnard College (History) Gender, The Family and Class Struggle: The Politics of a Unitary Account of Capitalism Kate D. Griffiths, City University of New York (Anthropology) Discussant: Barry Eidlin, McGill University (Sociology) H18

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Arobase

O Canada? New Perspectives on Canadian Cities and Communities URBAN Chair: Jack Lucas, University of Calgary (Political Science) A Town of Rye among the Garden Cities: A Global Comparative History of Walkerville, Ontario's Town Planning Kayla Dettinger, Queen's University (History) Montrealers Enter Consumer Society, 1940-1970 Sylvie Taschereau, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (Sciences Humaines) Yvan Rousseau, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (Sciences Humaines) Fusing learning with community-building- an exploration of Neighbourhood Houses in Vancouver Rachel Goossen, University of British Columbia (Educational Studies) Discussant: Jack Lucas, University of Calgary (Political Science)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association H19

Friday, November 3

2:45 – 4:45 pm

Rue Sainte-Catherine

Body Politics and Political Order: Technologies of Subjugation and Subversion WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY; Culture; Health/Medicine/Body; Race and Ethnicity; States and Society Chair: Katherine Lemons, McGill Univerity (Anthropology) Politics of Affect in Trans* Communities Yv Nay, University of Basel (Gender Studies) Normalizing Bodies, Normalizing Politics. Body Politics and the Genealogy of Democracy in Germany Gundula Ludwig, University of Vienna (Political Science) The Careless Society - Dependency and Body Work and Its Devaluation in Capitalist Societies Bea MĂźller, University of Vechta (Gerontology) Some Boys Are Born with an Indifference to Rough-and-Tumble Play: Pink Boys and the Gendered Politics of Affect Dominique Grisard, University of Basel (Gender Studies/History) Discussant: Jeremy Tai, McGill University (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association I1

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Rue Notre-Dame

Rethinking the Comparative Method CULTURE; Program Committee; Macro-Historical Dynamics Chair: Nicholas Wilson, Stony Brook University (Sociology) Heuristic and Recursive Comparison in Historical Sociology Damon Mayrl, Colby College (Sociology) What Can You Do with a Case? Josh Pacewicz, Brown University (Sociology) What Is Defensible about Skocpolian Structural Comparison? Xiaohong Xu, National University of Singapore (Sociology) Quartering as a Research Method: Four Power Occupied Germany and the Invention of the Two by Two Table Stefan Bargheer, UCLA (Sociology) Discussant: Philip Gorski, Yale University (Sociology) I2

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Rue Saint-Denis

Inequality in Long-Term Perspective ECONOMICS; Macro-Historical Dynamics; Politics; States and Society Chair: Trevon Logan, The Ohio State University (Economics) Filling the Gap: Examining Canadian Wealth Inequality Over the Long Run James B. Davies, University of Western Ontario (Economics) Livio Di Matteo, Lakehead University (Economics) The Ultra-Rich of the Gilded Age: The Untold Story of How They Made, Spent, and Gave Away Their Fortunes Richard Sutch, University of California (Economics) Real Income Gaps between Middle and Poor, around the World in 1700-1910 Vincent Geloso, Texas Tech University (Free Market Institute) Peter Lindert, UC Davis (Economics) Spike and Slab: Observations on Long-Term Income Inequality in Imperial China Guangyu Tong, Duke University (Sociology) Discussant: Trevon Logan, The Ohio State University (Economics)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association I3

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Rue Sainte-Catherine

Money and Banking ECONOMICS; Migration/Immigration Chair: Steven Sprick Schuster, Colgate University (Economics) The Savings, Mobility, and Networks of New York's Irish Famine Immigrants: Preliminary Evidence from the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank Tyler Anbinder, George Washington University (History) Simone Wegge, City University of New York (Economics, Business) Cormac Ó Gráda, University College, Dublin (Economics) Inflation Expectations in the Recovery from the Great Depression in Germany Volker Daniel, Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg (Economics) An Empirical History of the United States Postal Savings System Elisabeth Perlman, US Census Bureau (Economic Studies) Matthew Jaremski, Colgate University (Economics) Steven Sprick Schuster, Colgate University (Economics) Local Banking in Antebellum Manufacturing: A Monetary Tale Joshua Stachura, American University (Economics) Discussant: David Weiman, Barnard College, Columbia University (Economics) I4

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Centre-Ville

The Implications of Aaron Panofsky's Misbehaving Science EDUCATION; Culture; Health/Medicine/Body Chair: Zeke Baker, University of California, Davis (Sociology) Misbehaving Science: Controversy and the Development of Behavior Genetics Aaron Panofsky, UCLA (Public Policy) Discussants: Isaac Reed, University of Virginia (Sociology) Elizabeth Popp Berman, University at Albany, SUNY (Sociology) Simone Caron, Wake Forest University (History) Claire Decoteau, University of Illinois at Chicago (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association I5

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Rue Saint-Paul

Development of Major Databases and Their Results from the Beginning Till Now. FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY Chair: Chad Gaffield, Universityof Ottawa (History) BALSAC: An Infrastructure At the Crossroads of Biological and Social Research Helene Vezina, Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi (Human Sciences) Life Courses in Development and in research. The Case of the Historical Sample of the Netherlands (1989-) Jan Kok, Radboud University Nijmegen (History) Kees Mandemakers, Int Institue of Social History (Historical Sample Netherlands) Economy and Demography from the 17th century until today. The Scanian Economic Demographic Database (SEDD) Martin Dribe, Lund University (Centre for Economic Demography) Patrick Svensson, Lund University (Economic History) When 3D meets 3G: Dynastic Demographic Data capture Genealogies, Geography and Genetics in the Utah Population Database (UPDB) Ken Smith, University of Utah (Human Development and Family Studies) Geraldine Mineau, University of Utah (Demography) What Have We Learnt from Historical Population Databases? Thirty-Four Years of Research on the Demographic Data Base Elisabeth Engberg, Umeå University (CEDAR, Demographic and Ageing Research) Soren Edvinsson, Umeå University (Centre for Population studies) Discussant: Sherry Olson, McGill University (Geography) I6

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Exclamation

From Birth to Aging HEALTH/MEDICINE/BODY Chair: Anne Katrine Kleberg Hansen, University of Copenhagen (History) 70 is the New 50: Continuity and Change in the View of Elderly in Gothenburg, Sweden, 1971-2014 Helene Castenbrandt, University of Copenhagen (SAXO Institute) Ulrika Lagerlöf Nilsson, University of Gothenburg (Historical Studies) Child-Birth in mid-18th Century Sweden: From Female Knowledge to Male Science Maria Sjöberg, Historical studies (Historical Studies) Unequal Smiles: The Provision of Publicly Funded Dental Care in Canada Catherine Carstairs, University of Guelph (History) Migration and left-behind women: what do we know? Dilofarid Miskinzod, Arizona State University (Women's and Gender Studies Program) Discussant: Marie Clark Nelson, Linkoeping University (History, Tourism, Media)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association I7

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Parenthese

Big Data and the Renewal of Ethnic Studies: The Spreading of French Canadians Over the North American Continent, 1850-1918 HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS; Family/Demography; Migration/Immigration Chair: Danielle Gauvreau, Concordia University (Sociology and Anthropology) From Quebec to elsewhere: General and specific migration circuits as revealed by marriage fields, 1800-1900 Marc St-Hilaire, Université Laval (Geographie) Francophones from the whole continent: Enlistment in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1914-1919 Jean Martin, Department of National Defense (History and Heritage) French Canadian Migration to New England before 1911: A New Broad Picture of an Old Phenomenon Yves Frenette, Unversité de Saint-Boniface (Geography) Danielle Gauvreau, Concordia University (Sociology and Anthropology) Marie-Eve Harton, Université Laval (Sociology) Patterns of mobility in the turning of the 20th century: sequence analysis applied to residential itineraries in the urbanizing context of Saguenay, Quebec, 1851-1911 Jean-Sebastien Bournival, Universite Laval (Geography) Discussant: Ken Sylvester, University of Michigan (Institute for Social Research) I8

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Av. Viger

Book Session: Global Historical Sociology MACRO-HISTORICAL DYNAMICS; States and Society Chair: Kristin Plys, Yale University (Sociology) Global Historical Sociology, edited by Julian Go and George Lawson, Cambridge 2017 Julian Go, Boston University (Sociology) George Lawson, London School of Economics (International Relations) Discussants: Elisabeth Clemens, University of Chicago (Sociology) Frédéric Merand, University of Montreal (Political Science) Ayse Zarakol, Cambridge University (Politics) Kevan Harris, UCLA (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association I9

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Av. Van-Horne

Migration Organizations in Organizing Migration II MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION Chair: Teuntje Vosters, Leiden University (History) Gendering the IOM Rianne Mahon, Wilfred Laurier University (International Affairs) Organized Human Smuggling and Cross-border Policing in Interwar Europe. Allison Schmidt, Historical Insitute (History of Knowledge & Knowledge Cultures) IOM as a Major Promoter of the Migration-development Nexus, Migrant Remittances as Development Policy? Erin Newman-Grigg, Carleton University (Political Science) Martin Geiger, Carleton University (Political Economy) Discussant: Marlou Schrover, Leiden University (History) I10

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Av. Duluth

Refugees and Resettlement MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION; Presidential Chair: Danielle Battisti, University of Nebraska, Omaha (History) Rape Without Remedy Among Refugees in South Africa Theresa Alfaro-Velcamp, Sonoma State University (History) The Vicious Circle of Discontent: Polish DPs, Repatriation and the British Zone of Occupation Samantha Knapton, Newcastle University (History, Classics and Archaeology) The Polish Resettlement Bill (1947). The Origins of the First Migration Law in the UK Agata Blaszczyk, Polish University Abroad (Migration) Settling Resettlement: A Normative Study of Norway, Sweden and the Resettlement of Hungarians in 1956/57 Amanda Cellini, Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) (Dimensions of Security) Discussant: Danielle Battisti, University of Nebraska, Omaha (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association I11

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Rue Sherbrooke

Pluralism in Central Asia and Africa POLITICS; Culture; Macro-Historical Dynamics; Migration/Immigration Chair: Emre Amasyali, McGill University (Sociology) Piety, Profit, and Protest: Bazaar Politics in urban Pakistan Umair Javed, London School of Economics and Political Science (Sociology) Competing Revolutionaries: Legitimacy, Leadership, and Strategy in Revolutionary Situations Huseyin Rasit, Yale University (Sociology) The Politics of Migration and Survival among Fulani Herdsmen in Nigeria Chibuzor Azubuike, University of Ibadan, Nigeria (Diaspora and Transnational Studies) Social Connectedness of Religion, Class and Identity: Changing Spheres, Patterns and Processes Bahar Tabakoglu, New School for Social Research (Sociology) Discussant: Emre Amasyali, McGill University (Sociology) I12

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Rue McGill

Racial Politics and the State RACE AND ETHNICITY; Politics; States and Society Chair: Eduardo Erazo Acosta, University Nariño (Sociology) Contesting Racial Rights: The U.S. State Department's Response to the 1951 "We Charge Genocide" Petition to the United Nations Julia Bates, Boston College (Sociology) Canadian Multiculturalism and Brazilian Racial Democracy in two Newspapers: Meanings of "Culture" and Implications for Anti-Racism and Minority Rights Luisa Farah Schwartzman, University of Toronto (Sociology) UNESCO, Anti-Racism and Scientific Discourse for the Masses (1948-1960) Ana Grondona, Universidad de Buenos Aires (Sociology) The Administrated Human: Making Germans in Nazi-Occupied Europe Anna Skarpelis, New York University (Sociology) Discussant: Kevin Escudero, Brown University (American Studies)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association I13

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Arobase

A Transnational History of the Loss of Nationality during the First Part of the 20th Century STATES AND SOCIETY; Migration/Immigration Chair: Nancy L. Green, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (History) The Colonial Loss of Citizenship Under Vichy Laure Blevis, University Paris Nanterre (Sociology) Claire Zalc, CNRS (IHMC) Denaturalizations in the Interwar Period: Some Reflections About Contexts, Meanings and Comparisons Michael Esch, Leipzig University (History and Culture of Eastern Europe GWZO) Collective Denaturalization of Non-Muslims in Interwar Turkey: Assessments on Loyalty Practices Elif Becan, EHESS (CETOBaC) A Bourdieusian Approach to Explaining the Rise of Religious Nationalism in France, 1940-1942 Aliza Luft, University of California, Los Angeles (Sociology) Discussant: Nancy L. Green, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (History) I14

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Agora

Rethinking Class and Difference II STATES AND SOCIETY; Culture; Politics; Race and Ethnicity; Women, Gender, and Sexuality; Program Committee Cancelled

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association I15

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Rue Mansfield

Communicating Sexual Identity After World War II WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY; Culture; Politics; States and Society Chair: Carolyn Lewis, Grinnell College (History) Progressive Women, "Mannishness," and Compulsory Heterosexuality in the Cold War Vanessa May, Seton Hall University (History) Neither Single nor Married; Divorced Parenting in the Nuclear Family Age Kristin Celello, Queens College/CUNY (History) Breaking Up the "Homosexual Household": Gay and Lesbian Parental Rights in the 1970s Alison Lefkovitz, New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers University-Newark (History) Discussant: Carolyn Lewis, Grinnell College (History) I16

Friday, November 3

5:00 – 7:00 pm

Diese

Gender and Reproduction WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY; Family/Demography; Migration/Immigration; Politics; States and Society Chair: Alexander Roehrkasse, University of California, Berkeley (Sociology) Inheritance's Hauntings: The Intimacies of Gender, Family, & Property in Time and Space Suzanne Lenon, University of Lethbridge (Women & Gender Studies) Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights in South Asia: Challenges and Policies Natasha Kabir, Jahangirnagar University (Law and Justice) A Displaced Struggle: Kurdish Women as Migrants, Refugees, and Political Agents Nisa Goksel, University of Notre Dame (International Peace Studies) Constructing a Legitimate Family: State Control of African American Marriages and Families in Post-bellum United States Carolyn Levy, The Pennsylvania State University (History) Gender, Kinship and Neoliberalism: Rising Cohabitation in Chile Alejandra Ramm, Universidad de Valparaiso (Sociology) Discussant: Alexander Roehrkasse, UC Berkeley (Sociology) Film

Friday, November 3

7:15 – 9:00 pm

Av. Laurier

Comfort and Indifference by Academy Award-winning French-Canadian director Denys Arcand, noted for his films The Barbarian Invasions, Jesus of Montreal, and The Decline of the American Empire. This film tells the fascinating story of the 1980 referendum for Quebec Independence, which only lost by the narrowest of margins. It will be followed by a question and answer period moderated by University of Michigan sociologist Geneviève Zubrzycki, author of Beheading the Saint: Nationalism, Religion, and Secularism in Quebec, and an expert on Québécois society and culture. 95


42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association J1

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Saint-Paul

Race, Discrimination and Contemporary Criminal Justice CRIME, JUSTICE, and the LAW Chair: Ryan Calder, Johns Hopkins University (Sociology) Latinos Framing Race in a Colorblind Era: Making Sense of Criminalization in the Inner City Maria Rendon, University of California, Irvine (Planning, Policy and Design) Adriana Aldana, California State University, Dominguez Hills (Social Work) Laureen Hom, University of California, Irvine (Planning, Policy and Design) The Structure of Legality and Exclusion: Discrimination and Legal Cynicism across the European Roma Experience Ioana Sendroiu, University of Toronto (Sociology) Ron Levi, University of Toronto (Criminology and Socio-legal Studies) Pattern and Practice: Racial Justice and the Politics of Police Reform in the 103rd Congress Denzel Avant, Northwestern University (Political Science) The Racial Gap and the Punitive Turn Adaner Usmani, New York University (Sociology) Discussant: Ryan Calder, Johns Hopkins University (Sociology)

J2

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Sainte-Catherine

Building a Comparative Politics of Knowledge and Morality CULTURE; Politics Chair: Kathleen Oberlin, Grinnell College (Sociology) A Right to Pain Relief?: Comparing Moral Claims of Pain Policy in the U.S. and France Jane Pryma, Northwestern University (Sociology) The Social Magic of Science in Public: Curriculum Controversies at the Boundaries between Fields Christopher Robertson, Northwestern University (Sociology) Morality and Worth in Early 20th Century U.S. Mobility Research Hannah Waight, Princeton University (Sociology) Laughing Towards Social Change: Varieties of Pleasure, Freedom, and Cognition Ryan Mack, Northwestern University (Sociology) Discussant: Damon Mayrl, Colby College (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association J3

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Saint-Denis

Aboriginal Populations and the Long Arm of Colonialism ECONOMICS; Race and Ethnicity; Family/Demography; Health/Medicine/Body Chair: Susan Carter, University of California, Riverside (Economics) Leaving the Reservation: The 1956 Indian Relocation Act and American Indian Migration Patterns Catherine Massey, University of Michigan (Population Studies) Melinda Miller, University of Michigan (Economics) The Destruction of the Bison, Treaty Making, and Reversal of Fortunes on the Great Plains Maggie Jones, Queens University (Economics) Impact of the Alaska Reindeer Service on Inupiat Communities Ann Carlos, University of Colorado (Economic History) Brian Marein, University of Colorado at Boulder (Economics) Catherine Massey, University of Michigan (Population Studies Centre) Anthropometric and Occupational Outcomes of the First Nations in Canada, 1850-900 Kris Inwood, University of Guelph (Economics and History) Richard Steckel, Ohio State University (Economics) Discussant: Susan Carter, University of California, Riverside (Economics) J4

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Mansfield

Understanding Innovation through Patents ECONOMICS; Historical Geography and GIS Chair: Noel Maurer, Harvard Business School (BGIE) The Quality of English Patents, 1700-1850: Some New Estimates Using Multiple Indicators Alessandro Nuvolari, Eindhoven University of Technology (Centre for Innovation Studies) The Localization of Innovation in Early Industrializing Italy: Evidence from Patent Records (1861-1913) Alessandro Nuvolari, Eindhoven University of Technology (Innovation Studies) Michelangelo Vasta, University of Siena (Economics and Statistics) Dense Enough To Be Brilliant: Patents, Urbanization, and Transportation in Nineteenth Century America Elisabeth Perlman, US Census Bureau (Center for Economic Studies) Discussants: Elisabeth Perlman, US Census Bureau (Economic Studies) Sergio Petralia, Utrecht University (Geosciences) Alessandro Nuvolari, Eindhoven University of Technology (Innovation Studies) Michelangelo Vasta, University of Siena (Economics and Statistics)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association J5

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Av. Laurier

Effects of Proximity and Social Networks on Demographic Outcomes FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY; Presidential Chair: Hilde Bras, Wageningen University and Research Center (Social Sciences) Labor and marriage networks in a rural community: North Orkney, Scotland 1851-1911 Julia Jennings, University at Albany (Anthropology) Kin Propinquity and Fertility Decline in the United States, 1850-1940 Evan Roberts, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center, Sociology) J. David Hacker, University of Minnesota (History & Minnesota Population Center) Brother Bought Himself a Farm Nearby: The Decline of Kin Propinquity in the United States, 1850-1940 Matt Nelson, University of Minnesota (History) When the Mother-In-Law is Just as Good - Differential Mortality of Reproductive Females by Family Network Composition Kai Pierre Willfuehr, Planck Institute for Demographic Research (Demography) Johannes Johow, Independent Researcher (Research) Discussant: Hilde Bras, Wageningen University and Research Center (Social Sciences)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association J6

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Centre-Ville

The Interpretation of Death: Coding and Understanding Causes of Death in a Historical and Comparative Perspective FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY; Health/Medicine/Body Chair: Danielle Gauvreau, Concordia University (Sociology and Anthropology) Text Mining Causes of Death Over the Epidemiological Transition in Two New England Towns Douglas Anderton, University of South Carolina (Sociology) Susan Hautaniemi Leonard, University of Michigan (ICPSR) Christopher Robinson, University of South Carolina (Sociology) Classifying and Coding Cause-of-Death Information from Swedish Historical Parish Registers Maria Hiltonen, Umeå University (Demographic and Ageing Research) Soren Edvinsson, Umeå University (Population studies) Understanding Historical Death Records: A Case Study from Ohio Nancy Tatarek, Ohio University (Sociology and Anthropology) Alison Harper, Ohio University (Sociology and Anthropology) Abigail Guerra, Ohio University (Sociology and Anthropology) Dorothy Dean, Summit County Medical Examiner's Office (Medical Examiner) Challenges to Establishing Internationally Comparable Maternal Death Rates from Cause of Death Registration Anne Lãkke, University of Copenhagen (History) Barbara Revuelta-Eugercios, Lund University (Economic Demography) Medicine and Causes of Death in the Early 20th Century Russia: Ekaterinburg City Case Elena Glavatskaya, Ural Federal University (History) Julia Borovik, Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg (History) Dmitrii Bakharev, Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg (History) Elizaveta Zabolotnykh, Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg (History) Discussant: Virginie De Luca Barrusse, University of Paris Panthéon Sorbonne (IDUP)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association J7

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Av. Duluth

Developing Trends in 'Big' Historical GIS: Interdisciplinary Efforts and Methodological Advances. HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS; Crime, Justice, and the Law; Economics; Family/Demography; Labor; Macro-Historical Dynamics; Presidential; Program Committee; Race and Ethnicity; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental; Urban Chair: Andrew Beveridge, Queens College and Grad Ctr Cuny and Social Explorer (Sociology) From Numbers to Text (and Back Again): New Directions for Historical GIS Ian Gregory, Lancaster University (Art and Social Sciences) Knitting Together Experience and Place: Lessons from the Holocaust Geographies Project Anne Knowles, University of Maine (History) Federal Policy and Racial and Wealth Inequalities in Twentieth-Century Urban America Edward Ayers, University of Richmond (History) Robert Nelson, University of Richmond (Digital Scholarship) Doing Spatial Analysis with Big Microdata for the United States Steven Ruggles, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center) David Van Riper, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center) Jonathan Schroeder, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center) Discussant: Andrew Beveridge, Queens College and Grad Ctr CUNY and Social Explorer (Sociology) J8

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Diese

Interrogating the Rustbelt LABOR; Economics; Politics Chair: Cedric de Leon, Providence College (Sociology) Working Class Politics and its Limits in the 1950s Marc Dixon, Dartmouth College (Sociology) Bootlegging Legal Consciousness: The Role of Social Science in Overcoming Historical Amnesia in the Rust Belt Jamie Longazel, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Political Science) After Post-racialism: Tax Credit Housing and the Politics of Neighborhood Opportunity in Chicagoland John Robinson, Washington University in St. Louis (Sociology) Imagined Futures of Working-Class Detroit, 1950-1970 Andrew Hnatow, Wayne State University (History) Discussant: Josh Pacewicz, Brown University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association J9

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Notre-Dame

Book Session: Elizabeth Faue, Rethinking the American Labor Movement LABOR; Race and Ethnicity; Urban; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Tobias Higbie, University of California, Los Angeles (History) Rethinking the American Labor Movement Elizabeth Faue, Wayne State University (History) Discussants: Tobias Higbie, UCLA (History) Caroline Merithew, University of Dayton (History) Steven High, Concordia University (History) Elizabeth Faue, Wayne State University (History) J10

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Av. Van-Horne

Theorizing Trump Part I MACRO-HISTORICAL DYNAMICS Chair: Lai Sze Tso, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Global Health and Medical Humanities Initiative) Hate-Based Mobilization in the Extreme Right Daniel Little, University of Michigan, Dearborn (Philosophy) A Period of Wild and Fierce Fanaticism: Populism, Theo-Political Militarism, and the Crisis of Us Hegemony Julia Hell, University of Michigan (History) George Steinmetz, University of Michigan (Sociology) Can We Have Globalization Without the US? Ho-fung Hung, Johns Hopkins University (Sociology) Fascist in the White House? Steven Bannon's Rage against the Enlightenment Jeffrey Alexander, Yale University (Sociology) Discussant: Lai Sze Tso, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Global Health and Medical Humanities Initiative)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association J11

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Bar Oblique

New Italian Migrations to the United States from 1945 to Present MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION; Culture; Urban; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Franca Iacovetta, University Toronto (History) "Don't Forget You Have Relatives Here": Transnational Intimacy and Acoustic Communities of WOV-AM's La Grande Famiglia Joseph Sciorra, Queens College (Italian American Institute) ‘Hot-Blooded Eye-talian': The Lascivious and Desperate Post-World War II Italian Immigrant in U.S. Cinema Laura E. Ruberto, Berkeley City College (Arts and Cultural Studies) Immigrants and Ethnics: Post-World War II Italian Immigration and Boston's North End (1945 - 2016) James S. Pasto, Boston University (Arts and Science Writing Program) Discussant: Franca Iacovetta, University Toronto (History) J12

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Exclamation

The Unwanted and Undocumented MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION Chair: Silvia Pedraza, University of Michigan (Sociology) Am I Undesirable or a Strangers in Strange Land'? Narratives of Irregular Female Migrants in South Africa Samuel Umoh, University of Kwa Zulu Natal (International and Public Affairs) From High Esteem to Condemnation: How 19th century German Immigrants Found a Welcoming Culture to Settle in Britain, Just to be Driven off at the Outbreak Of WW I Karl-Heinz Wuestner, Historical Society for Wuerttemberg-Franconia Schwaebisch Hall (Historical Research) Discussant: Silvia Pedraza, University of Michigan (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association J13

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Multiplication

Culture, Social Ties, and Disaster Politics in East Asia POLITICS; Culture; States and Society Chair: Ming-Cheng Lo, University of California, Davis (Sociology) Political Theodicy of Disaster: Suffering, Meaning, and Politics in the Sichuan Earthquake and Hurricane Katrina Bin Xu, Northwestern University (Sociology) John Bernau, Emory University (Sociology) On Shifting Grounds: Political Geographies of Reconstruction in Post-3.11 Japan Andrew Littlejohn, Harvard University (Anthropology) Social Capital as a Double-edged Sword: Negotiating Conflicting Visions through (Unequal) Social Ties in Post-Morakot Reconstruction in Taiwan Ming-Cheng Lo, University of California-Davis (Sociology) Yun Fan, National Taiwan University (Sociology) Discussant: Nicholas Wilson, Stony Brook University (Sociology) J14

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Parenthese

Corporate Knowledge, Corporate Power: Intersections of Market and Society Over the Long 20th Century POLITICS; Economics Chair: Monica Prasad, Northwestern University (Sociology) Corporate Social Responsibility Annette Burkeen, University of Chicago (Political Science) Consumer Confidence as Means of Translation: Assessing Market Stability Changing Social Environments Yaniv Ron-El, University of Chicago (Sociology) Politicizing the American Corporation: The Case of Monsanto Jensen Sass, University of Canberra (IGPA) Moral Orders of Capitalist Legitimacy in India and the United States Jason Jackson, MIT (Urban Studies and Planning) Discussant: Monica Prasad, Northwestern University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association J15

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Arobase

Populist Politics POLITICS; States and Society Chair: Mathieu Desan, University of Colorado (Sociology) Between Nation and Class: Inequalities, Identities, and Populist Values in the "post-wall" era of European integration Antti Kaihovaara, University of Helsinki (Political and Economic Studies) The Charismatic Trump: Exploring the Different Modes of Distinction in Charismatic Interaction Paul Joosse, University of Hong Kong (Sociology) Public Opinion in the Age of Trump Louis Kontos, John Jay College (Sociology) Discussant: Mathieu Desan, University of Colorado (Sociology) J16

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Av. Viger

Race, Nationalisms, and Narratives RACE AND ETHNICITY; States and Society Chair: Christopher Murray, London School of Economics and Political Science (Political Science) Romanian Extermination of the Jews During World War II Michael Gesin, Worcester State University (History and Political Science) Montesquieu's Theory of Spirit of Nation and Othering of Muslims Hadi Khoshneviss, University of South Florida (Sociology) Archaeological Institutions in Ethnic Nationalism: Western Archaeologists in Albanian Nation-Building before the Second World War Matvey Lomonosov, McGill University (Sociology) Italy's New World War Two Narrative: Reconfiguring Heroes, Anti-Heroes, and Italian Identity Louise Zamparutti, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (English) Discussant: Yalidy Matos, Rutgers University (Political Science)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association J17

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Sherbrooke

Revisiting Secularization and Secularism in Quebec RELIGION; Culture; Macro-Historical Dynamics; States and Society Chair: Ates Altinordu, Sabanci University (Sociology) Exculturation or Culturalization of Religion? Catholicism, Secularization and the Heritage Field in Quebec Marian Burchardt, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity (Sociology) History and Teleology: Re-interpreting Charles Taylor's Narative of Secularity Jennifer Guyver, McGill University (Religious Studies) Parish-building and Secularization in Urban Ecology: Montreal in Comparison Samuel Nelson, McGill University (Religious Studies) Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty? Interpreting Secularization and Religious Vitality in Quebec Jean-François Laniel, Université du Québec à Montréal (Sociology) Discussant: Monika Wohlrab-Sahr, University of Leipzig (Cultural Sociology) J18

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue McGill

Cities of the Global South: Segregation, Exclusion, Eviction URBAN Chair: Liza Weinstein, Northeastern University (Sociology and Anthropology) Armored Cities: Violence and Urban Seclusion in Latin America Ana Villarreal, Boston University (Sociology) Cities of the Global South: Understanding the Role of Social (Un)Sustainability Zubeida Lowton, University of Westminster (Politics and International Relations) Risky Enterprises: State Mobilizations of Risk in Post-Disaster Slum Evictions in Chennai, India Pranathi Diwakar, University of Chicago (Sociology) Continuity and Change in Forced Removals in Rio Sukari Ivester, California State University, East Bay (Sociology) Discussant: Liza Weinstein, Northeastern University (Sociology and Anthropology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association J19

Saturday, November 4

8:00 – 10:00 am

Agora

Perceptions of Gender in Science WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY; Childhood and Youth; Education; Health/Medicine/Body; Politics; States and Society Chair: Jaita Talukdar, Loyola University New Orleans (Sociology) 'A Woman's Disease'?: Perceptions of Gender and the Diagnosis and Treatment of Depressive Disorders in the United States, 1945-1990' Simon Purdue, Northeastern University (History) Child Sciences and the Origins of Proposals for Early Education Interventions in the United States and Britain in the 1970s Anna Danziger Halperin, Columbia University (History) What Do We Talk About When We Talk About Women and Science? Framing Problems and Solutions in the EU, US and UN Myra Marx Ferree, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Sociology) What Do We Talk About When We Talk About Women and Science? Framing Problems and Solutions in the EU, US and UN Kathrin Zippel, Northeastern (Sociology and Anthropology) Academia as Gendered Time and Space: Scholarships and Organizational Changes Yun Cho, University of Wisconsin - Madison (Sociology) Discussant: Maria SjĂśberg, University of Gothenburg (Historical Studies)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association K1

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Arobase

Aspects of Crime and Justice in the 17th and 18th Centuries CRIME, JUSTICE, and the LAW Chair: Donald Fyson, Université Laval (Histoire) The Korean State in the Choson Tribunal Ha-kyoung Lee, Seoul National University (Political Science and International Relations) The Soldier as a Trader Magnus Perlestam, History (HUM) The Power Behind Spectral Evidence: The Victims of the Salem Witch Trials and Lynch Mob Violence Nicole Durkin, University of Illinois at Chicago (Sociology) Discussant: Donald Fyson, Université Laval (Histoire) K2

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Sainte-Catherine

Middle Classes in Comparison CULTURE; Labor; Politics; States and Society Chair: Tad Skotnicki, University of California, San Diego (Sociology) The Middle Class as Cultural Structure: Strategies and Implications for the Comparative-Historical Analysis of Democracy Celso Villegas, Kenyon College (Sociology) Alienation of Elite Workers? The Grievances of the Global New Middle Class in Contemporary Turkey Mustafa Yavas, Yale University (Sociology) Defending Democracy: The Post-Democratization Trajectory and Middle-Class Protests in South Korea, 1997-2016 Myungji Yang, University of Hawai`i, Manoa (Political Science) Life-style and Middle Class Transitions to Work Thomas Lyttelton, Yale University (Sociology) Discussant: Tad Skotnicki, University of California, San Diego (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association K3

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Av. Laurier

Long Distance Trade, Women's Economic Spheres, Made Beaver, and State Intervention: Case Studies in Indigenous-European Economies in Canada, Ca. 1713-1960 ECONOMICS; Presidential; Race and Ethnicity; Women, Gender, and Sexuality; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental Chair: Shalene Jobin, University of Alberta (Aboriginal Studies) Building A Long Distance Trade: The Hudson's Bay Company and Governor James Knight Arthur J. Ray, University of British Columbia (History) Wild West or Made Beaver? Fur trade pricing in the Hudson's Bay Company Hilary Rose, University of Alberta (Aboriginal Studies) 'vitally interfering with our means of livelihood': Manitoba's New Deal Project to Rehabilitate the Fur Production of the Saskatchewan River Delta During the Great Depression, ca. 1935-1960 Frank Tough, University of Alberta (Aboriginal Studies) 'They made their Winter Money': Native Women and the 'doorstep economy' on the Pacific Coast, 1880s-1940 Dianne Newell, University of British Columbia (Oceans and Fisheries) Discussant: Shalene Jobin, University of Alberta (Aboriginal Studies) K4

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Saint-Paul

Public Finance in the United States 1870-1950 ECONOMICS; Politics; Public Finance; Race and Ethnicity Chair: Steven Sprick Schuster, Colgate University (Economics) Do Black Politicians Matter? Trevon Logan, The Ohio State University (Economics) A Nation of Installment Plan Buyers: New Deal Federal Intervention in Credit Markets and the Postwar Growth of Homeownership in the US Maude Pugliese, McGill University (Sociology) Federalism, Public-Private Partnerships, and Public Health in the American South during the Progressive Era Jonathan Fox, Freie Universitaet (John F. Kennedy Institute) Theocharis Grigoriadis, Free University of Berlin (Economics) Gregory Niemesh, Miami University (Economics) Indebtedness and City Spending Cuts: A Study of Local Fiscal Policy During the Great Depression James Siodla, Colby College (Economics) Discussant: Steven Sprick Schuster, Colgate University (Economics)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association K5

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Bar Oblique

Political Dynamics and Institutions of Education EDUCATION Chair: Dan Steward, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Sociology) Field Agents and School Supervision: The Surveillance and Accountability of Teaching after the Civil War Daniel Huebner, University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Sociology) Education and Equality in the Coleman Report Era Leah Gordon, Stanford University (Education) Credentialism and Regulation for the American Lawyer Abby Stivers, University at Albany, SUNY (Sociology) Discussant: Dan Steward, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Sociology) K6

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Notre-Dame

Women's Early Life Conditions and Later-Life Outcomes FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY; Economics; Health/Medicine/Body Chair: Ken Smith, University of Utah (Human Development and Family Studies) The Effects of Early-Life Family Structure on Later-Life Health and Mortality in a Cohort of American Women Wendy Rahn, University of Minnesota (Political Science) Evan Roberts, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center, Sociology) Marrying the Right Man: The Effects of Cash Transfers on the Behavior and Outcomes of Poor Mothers Adriana Lleras-Muney, UCLA (Economics) Anna Aizer, Brown University (Economics) Shari Eli, University of Toronto (Economics) Temperance and Marriage Rates in the Early Twenty Century United States Elisabeth Perlman, US Census Bureau (Economic Studies) Democracy and Women's Living Standards in Latin America, 1940s-1990s Amilcar Challu, Bowling Green State University (History) Discussant: Ken Smith, University of Utah (Human Development and Family Studies)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association K7

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Parenthese

Historic Spatial and Social Mobility: New Perspectives and Methodologies FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY; Historical Geography and GIS; Labor Chair: Alice Bee Kasakoff, University of South Carolina-Columbia (Geography) Tiny Town Trends and Transitions: Predictors and Implications Myron Gutmann, University of Colorado (History) Lori Hunter, University of Colorado Boulder (Sociology and Institute of Behavioral Science) Miriam Counterman, University of Colorado Boulder (Sociology and Institute of Behavioral Science) Occupational Gender Desegregation and Worker Mobility, 1971-2009 Constance Hsiung, University of Michigan (Sociology) Social and Spatial Mobility of Moscow Merchants in the First Half of the 19th Century Alexandre Avdeev, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne / Moscow State University (Population Studies) Irina Troitskaia, Moscow State University (Population Studies) Galina Ulianova, Institute of Russian History, Russian Academy of Science (Russian History of the 19th Century) Discussant: Alice Bee Kasakoff, University of South Carolina (Geography) K8

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Centre-Ville

From Historical GIS to Historical Spatial Data Infrastructures - Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead. HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS Chair: Andrew Milson, University of Texas at Arlington (History) Exploring and Standardizing Data Structures for the Lehigh Valley Historical Spatial Data Infrastructure (LV-HSDI) John H Clark, Lafayette College (Skillman Library) Big Data for Industrial Heritage and Archaeology: the Copper Country Historical Spatial Data Infrastructure Daniel Trepal, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) Donald Lafreniere, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) Sarah Fayen Scarlett, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) John Arnold, Michigan Technological University (Social Sciences) Between the Search for Information and Historical Source Editing Marek Slon, The Tadeusz Manteuffel Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences (Historical Atlas) Wms Standard in Collecting and Gathering Geographical Information from Historical Sources Grzegorz Myrda, Polish Academy of Sciences (History) Discussant: Kurt Schlichting, Fairfield University (Sociology and Anthropology) 110


42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association K9

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Av. Viger

Labor Movements and Labor Mobilization in Comparative Perspective LABOR; Macro-Historical Dynamics Chair: Tracey Adams, University of Western Ontario (Sociology) Development and its Discontents Adaner Usmani, New York University (Sociology) In or Out: Political Incorporation of Labor and Democratization Pathways in Turkey and Argentina Fulya Apaydin, Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals Labor in Transition: Labor Protest and Divergent Democratization Patterns in Egypt and Tunisia Christopher Barrie, University of Oxford (Sociology) From Protest to Policy: Labor Movement Strength and Social Development in Trinidad and Tobago and Gabon Zophia Edwards, Providence College (Sociology) Discussant: Barry Eidlin, McGill University (Sociology) K10

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Av. Van-Horne

Theorizing Trump Part II MACRO-HISTORICAL DYNAMICS Chair: Ho-fung Hung, Johns Hopkins University (Sociology) Interpreting Trump's Populism: Lessons from Latin America Robert Jansen, University of Michigan (Sociology) A Redux for Identity Politics Alford Young Jr, University of Michigan (Sociology) On the Construction Sites of History: The Etiology of Donald Trump Mabel Berezin, Cornell University (Sociology) Dreaming of Drained Swamps: Placing "the Nation" and "˜Community" Outside of Political Society Luis Flores, University of Michigan (Sociology) Discussant: Ho-fung Hung, Johns Hopkins University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association K11

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Agora

Trafficking & Slavery: History, Historical Legacies and Modern Day Challenges MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION; Crime, Justice, and the Law; Labor; Race and Ethnicity Chair: Irline François, Goucher College (Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies) The Slave Next Door: Domestic Service, Trafficking Asylum Claims, and the Persistence of Coercion in West Africa Benjamin Lawrance, University of Arizona (History) Rethinking the Problem of Contemporary Slavery: Insights from a Historian Audra Diptee, Carleton University (History) Human Trafficking: Modern Slavery or Modern "Coolie" System? Kamala Kempadoo, York University (Social Science) Visual Economies of Child Marriage Advocacy Annie Bunting, York University (Social Science) Discussant: Irline François, Goucher College (Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies) K12

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Saint-Denis

2017 SHARLIN MEMORIAL AWARD WINNER Book Session: Contested Embrace: Transborder Membership Politics in TwentiethCentury Korea MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION; Macro-Historical Dynamics; Race and Ethnicity; States and Society Chair: Hyun Ok Park, York University (Sociology) Contested Embrace: Transborder Membership Politics in Twentieth-Century Korea Jaeeun Kim, University of Michigan (Sociology) Discussants: James Hollifield, Southern Methodist University (Political Science) John Torpey, City University of New York (International Studies) David Cook-Martin, Grinnell College (Sociology) Ji-Yeon Yuh, Northwestern University (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association K13

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Mansfield

Food and Festivals: Culture, Ethnicity and Mobility MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION Chair: Joseph Sciorra, Queens College (Italian American Institute) Preserved Gender Roles and Recipes: Foodwork in Toronto's Late Post-War Italian Immigrant Community Shayan Lallani, The University of Toronto (History) Migration as Mise-en-scene : The Mutual Instrumentalization of Franco-American Ethnocultural Organizations and French-Canadian Popular Artists in New England (1930-1960) Pierre Lavoie, Université de Montréal (History) Glocal Lenses on Foodways, Feast Craze, and School Daze: Staples of Identity among Chinese and Italian Immigrants in Boston Violetta Ravagnoli, Emmanuel College (History) John Sisinni, Emmanuel College (History) Discussant: Joseph Sciorra, Queens College (Italian American Institute) K14

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Sherbrooke

The Politics of Measurement POLITICS; Crime, Justice, and the Law; Economics; Education; Public Finance; States and Society; Women, Gender, and Sexuality; Health/Medicine/Body Chair: Emily Barman, Boston University (Sociology) Investing in Higher Education: Human Capital Arguments as Theory and as Technology Elizabeth Popp Berman, University at Albany, SUNY (Sociology) Mind the Gap: Politics, Policy, and the Stylized Facts of Gender Inequality Daniel Hirschman, Brown University (Sociology) Quality Measurement and the New Political Economy of Medicare Philip Rocco, University of California, Berkeley (Political Science) Discussant: Emily Barman, Boston University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association K15

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Exclamation

Black Suburbs RACE AND ETHNICITY Chair: Emily Straus, SUNY Fredonia (History) Garden Clubs, Tupperware Parties, & Politics: Organizing among & Political Representation of Low-Income Blacks in a Bedroom Suburb Alex Murphy, University of Michigan (Sociology) Silicon Valley, East Palo Alto and the End of a Black Suburb Kimberley Johnson, Barnard College, Columbia University (Political Science) Unconventional Mortgages: Black Homeownership in Redlined Brooklyn Hilary Botein, Baruch College, CUNY (Marxe Public and International Affairs) The Gray Family of Weeksville: Black Homeownership and Inter-generational Wealth Aimee VonBokel, Rice University (Humanities Research Center) Discussant: Emily Straus, SUNY Fredonia (History) K16

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Av. Duluth

Book Session: Beheading the Saint: Nationalism, Religion, and Secularism in Quebec RELIGION; Culture; States and Society Chair: Samuel Nelson, McGill University (Religious Studies) Beheading the Saint: Nationalism, Religion, and Secularism in Quebec Genevieve Zubrzycki, University of Michigan (Sociology) Discussants: Philip Gorski, Yale University (Sociology) Claudio Benzecry, Northwestern University (Communication Studies) Marcel Fournier, Université de Montréal (Sociology) K17

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue McGill

Book Session: The Many Hands of the State: Theorizing Political Authority and Social Control STATES AND SOCIETY; Macro-Historical Dynamics Chair: Aliza Luft, University of California, Los Angeles (Sociology) The Many Hands of the State: Theorizing Political Authority and Social Control Kimberly Morgan, George Washington University (Political Science) Ann Orloff, Northwestern University (Sociology) Discussants: Cedric de Leon, Providence College (Sociology) Debra Thompson, Northwestern University (African American Studies) Matthew Mahler, Yale University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association K18

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Diese

Spaces of Exclusion? Sustaining the Inclusive City URBAN Chair: Flood Dawn, University of Regina (History) From City Streets to the Shelter of Homes: Urban Planning Debate about Children's Needs in Helsinki 1946-1977 Veera Moll, Aalto University (Built Environment) Home In Context: Perspectives from Youth and Seniors in Vancouver Adam Vanzella-Yang, University of British Columbia (Sociology) Planning Place-Based Neighborhood Strategies? Consider the History of Social Patterns in Neighborhood Decision-Making. Amber Trout, NeighborWorks (COO) Exiles of Modernity: The Spaces of Absence Edgardo Perez-Maldonado, Interamerican University (Design, History) Discussant: Kristin Poling, University of Michigan - Dearborn (Social Sciences) K19

Saturday, November 4

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Multiplication

Lgbt and Refugee Migration WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY; Migration/Immigration Chair: Martin J. Goessl, FH Joanneum (Equality and Diversity) "You Can Only Run So Much, Right?" Experiences of Migration and Settlement for Trans Refugees in Vancouver, British Columbia. Katherine Fobear, Indiana University Purdue Fort Wayne (Women's Studies) Exporting Queer Marriage: Canada, Same-Sex Marriage and the International Implications Valerie Korinek, University of Saskatchewan (History) Intertwining of Family Rights and Refugee Rights Marlou Schrover, Leiden University (History) Discussant: Martin J. Goessl, FH JOANNEUM (Equality and Diversity)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association L1

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Rue Mansfield

The Emotional Lives of Children, 1600-1950 CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH; Culture; Education; Family/Demography; Race and Ethnicity; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Emily Bruce, University of Minnesota (History) Children, Women and Death: The Place of the Very Young in the Emotional Life of Early 17th Century Swedish Aristocracy Johanna Thorelli, University of Gothenburg (Historical Studies) Good and Happy at the same Time: From Punishment to Reward in late 19th century US parenting discourses Daniel Cook, Rutgers University (Childhood Studies) Children at Emotional Frontiers in Britain and the Dominions, 1914-1920s Stephanie Olsen, McGill University (History) Crying for Flicka: Boys, Imagination and Emotions in the British Cinema During the 1930S and 1940S Melanie Tebbutt, Manchester Metropolitan University (History, Politics, Philosophy) Discussant: Swapna Banerjee, Brooklyn College at CUNY (History) L2

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Parenthese

The Economic Consequences of Geography and Climate ECONOMICS; Health/Medicine/Body; Historical Geography and GIS; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental Chair: Alexander Donges, University of Mannheim (Economics) Water on Tap: London's Move from Intermittent to Constant Water Supply and Improvements in Public Health Brian Beach, University of Pittsburgh (Economics) Werner Troesken, University of Pittsburgh (Economics) Nicola Tynan, Dickinson College (Economics) Yuanxiaoyue (Artemis) Yang, Dickinson College (Economics) Soft Lands Breed Soft Men? The Climatic Origins of Risk Preferences and the Welfare State Marijn Bolhuis, University of Toronto (Economics) Discussants: Alexander Donges, University of Mannheim (Economics) Joshua Lewis, University of Montreal (Economics)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association L3

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Rue McGill

Cross-Cultural Understandings of Contracts and Appointments ECONOMICS; Macro-Historical Dynamics; Race and Ethnicity Chair: Cornelius Christian, Brock University (Economics) The Economic Motives of Foot-binding Lingwei Wu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Social Science) Xinyu Fan, UCLA (Economics) Judicial System and State Capacity in Ottoman Europe Metin Cosgel, University of Connecticut (Economics) Sadullah Yildirim, Yalova University (Economics) On Principals and Agency: Reconsidering Trust in the Indian Ocean Commerce Johan Mathew, Rutgers University (History) Discussants: Cornelius Christian, Brock University (Economics) Lingwei Wu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Social Science) L4

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Rue Sherbrooke

Women in Global Science: Advancing Careers through International Collaboration. EDUCATION; Migration/Immigration; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Anna Korteweg, University of Toronto (Sociology) Women in Global Science: Advancing Careers through International Collaboration. Kathrin Zippel, Northeastern (Sociology and Anthropology) Discussants: Jane Jenson, University of Montreal (Political Science) Hannah Brueckner, New York University-AbuDhabi (Sociology) Benita Roth, Binghamton University (SUNY Binghamton) (Sociology, History, and Women's Studies) L5

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Diese

Widows in European Economy and Society 1600-1920 FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY; Economics; Labor; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental; Urban; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Robert Sweeny, Memorial University of Newfoundland (History) Widows in European Economy and Society 1600-1920 Beatrice Moring, University of Cambridge (Cambridge Group for the History of Population) Discussants: Lloyd Bonfield, New York Law School (History) Mary Louise Nagata, Francis Marion University / EHESS (History / CRH) Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux, EHESS-Paris (Recherches Historiques)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association L6

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Av. Van-Horne

The Influence of Health, Childhood Living Conditions and Spatial Disparities on Mortality and Longevity FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY Chair: Gregori Galofré-Vilà, University of Oxford (Sociology) Intergenerational Transfers of Infant Mortality in Historical Contexts: A Comparative Study of Five European Populations Luciana Quaranta, University of Lund (Economic History) Ingrid Van Dijk, Radboud University Nijmegen (History) Göran Broström, Umeå University (Demographic and Ageing Research) Robyn Donrovich, University of Leuven (Sociology) Soren Edvinsson, Umeå University (Population Studies) Elisabeth Engberg, Umeå University (CEDAR, Demographic and Ageing Research) Kees Mandemakers, Int Institue of Social History (Historical Sample Netherlands) Koen Matthijs, University of Leuven (Sociology) Paul Puschmann, History (Radboud University Nijmegen) Hilde Sommerseth, University of Tromso¸ (Norwegian Historical Data) Spatial Disparities At Death: Disease-Specific Mortality in the Belgian Districts At the Turn of the Twentieth Century Isabelle Devos, Ghent University (History) Tina van Rossem, Vrije Unversiteit Brussels/Ghent (Sociology) Patrick Deboosere, Vrije Unversiteit Brussels (Demography) Where You Live, or Who You Are? The Role of Childhood for Adult Income and Health, Southern Sweden, 1900-2013 Luciana Quaranta, University of Lund (Economic History) Health Responses and Social Returns to Sanitary Investments in Finnish Cities, 1880S1960S Sakari Saaritsa, University of Helsinki (Economic and Political Studies, Section of Social Science History) Jarmo Peltola, University of Tampere (Social Sciences and Humanities) Discussant: Gregori Galofré-Vilà, University of Oxford (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association L7

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Av. Laurier

Architectures of Hurry I HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS; Culture; Presidential; Urban Chair: Deryck Holdsworth, Pennsylvania State University (Geography) We're Going to Move ... I Can'T Rush Backwards and Forwards, I'll Go Mad - I am Sure of it. Representations of Speed and Haste in English Life Writing C1840-1950 Colin Pooley, Lancaster University (Lancaster Environment Centre) Marilyn Pooley, Lancaster University (Lancaster Environment Centre) An Architecture of Sluggishness: Wooden Infrastructure and Anti-Mobility in Late Toronto, 1870-1910 Phillip Mackintosh, Brock University (Geography) Accidents Will Happen: Analysing Public Transport Accidents as a Measure of 'Hurry' on the Streets of London, 1830-1920 Richard Dennis, University College London (Geography) Architectures of Hurry: A Brief Introduction Richard Dennis, University College London (Geography) Discussant: Deryck Holdsworth, Pennsylvania State University (Geography) L8

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Rue Saint-Paul

New Perspectives on Critical Realism MACRO-HISTORICAL DYNAMICS Chair: Claire Decoteau, University of Illinois at Chicago (Sociology) Critical Realism and Mental Frameworks Daniel Little, University of Michigan, Dearborn (Philosophy) Causation after Hume: Simultaneous causation and Historical Explanation Timothy Rutzou, Yale University (Sociology) In Defense of Macro-Historical Analysis: A Theory of Structural Emergence Philip Gorski, Yale University (Sociology) What Does It Mean to Be Critical in Social Science? Immanent Critique, Scientific Autonomy, and Social Science George Steinmetz, University of Michigan (Sociology) Discussant: Claire Decoteau, University of Illinois at Chicago (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association L9

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Rue Sainte-Catherine

Gender and Deportation in North America: Case Studies from the Past Century MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Dennis Molinaro, Trent University (History) Morality on Trial: Respectability, Hearsay, and Misconduct in a 1921 Bureau of Immigration Complaint Case File Lauren Catterson, University of Toronto (History) Alternatives to Asylum in the US: Two Complicated Contemporary Cases Yael Schacher, University of Connecticut (American Studies) 'Save the Seven' Mothers: Deportation and Identity in Toronto, 1973-1982 Matthieu Caron, University of Toronto (History) Discussant: Deirdre M Moloney, George Mason University/Woodrow Wilson Center (History and Women's Studies) L10

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Multiplication

Decoloniality and Postcolonialism in the Canadian Context RACE AND ETHNICITY; Macro-Historical Dynamics Chair: Frederic-Guillaume Dufour, Université du Québec à Montréal (Sociology) Archipelagic Thinking and Transoceanic Canada. Srilata Ravi, University of Alberta (French) In the Province of Canada ? Claude Couture, University of Alberta (Canadian Studies) Keeoukaywin: The Visiting Way - Fostering an Indigenous Research Methodology. Cindy Gaudet, University of Alberta Native Studies) Discussant: Guillaume Durou, UQAM and University of Alberta (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association L11

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Centre-Ville

Immigration/Migration, Assimilation, and Policy RACE AND ETHNICITY; Migration/Immigration; States and Society Chair: Sukari Ivester, California State University, East Bay (Sociology) Japanese Exceptionalism: The Paradox of Race and Assimilation in the West Coast Project of the Dillingham Commission Sunmin Kim, UC berkeley (Sociology) Building the Border: Expanding and Enforcing Exclusion in Cuba Kent Weber, University of Minnesota (History) Dealing with Difference: Immigrant Integration Models in Montreal and Paris Elizabeth Onasch, SUNY Plattsburgh (Sociology) Racial Violence and the Great Migration Andrea Razo, University of Illinois Chicago (Sociology) Discussant: Yuching Cheng, University at Albany, SUNY (Sociology) L12

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Rue Saint-Denis

Book Session: Secular Conversions: Political Institutions and Religious Education in the United States and Australia, 1800-2000 RELIGION; States and Society; Politics Chair: Nicholas Wilson, Stony Brook University (Sociology) Secular Conversions: Political Institutions and Religious Education in the United States and Australia, 1800 - 2000 Damon Mayrl, Colby College (Sociology) Discussants: Ates Altinordu, Sabanci University (Sociology) Ruth Braunstein, University of Connecticut (Sociology) Jose Casanova, Georgetown University (Sociology) Kimberly Morgan, George Washington University (Political Science)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association L13

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Agora

Movements and Countermovements: Rights in the Era of Right-Wing Politics I STATES AND SOCIETY; Crime, Justice, and the Law; Labor; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Ann Orloff, Northwestern University (Sociology) Political Parties and Gendered-Violence in India Poulami Roychowdhury, McGill University (Sociology) The Passage of Domestic Violence Laws in Developing Countries: Norm Cascades, Activism, and Women's Status Katy Fallon, Stony Brook (Sociology) Sam Shirazi, Stony Brook University (Sociology) Kimberly Seida, McGill University (Sociology) Candice Shaw, McGill University (Sociology) Migrant Domestic Work - Negotiating Rights in the Absence of Regulation Rhacel Parrenas, University of Southern California (Sociology and Gender Studies) Oppositional Abortion Movements in Central America Jocelyn S. Viterna, Harvard University (Sociology) Discussant: Ann Orloff, Northwestern University (Sociology) L14

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Av. Viger

ABCD - American, British, and Canadian Political Development STATES AND SOCIETY; Politics; Economics; Macro-Historical Dynamics Chair: Desmond King, Oxford University (Politics and International Relations) The ABCs of Political Development Robert Lieberman, Johns Hopkins University (Political Science) Proportional Representation and Urban Political Development Jack Lucas, University of Calgary (Political Science) Market Privilege: Placing Neoliberalism in American and British Political Development Timothy Weaver, University at Albany, SUNY (Political Science) Race, the Canadian Census, and Interactive Political Development Debra Thompson, Northwestern University (African American Studies) Regionalism, Fiscal Federalism, and Political Development: The Case of Western Australia in Historical Perspective André Lecours, University of Ottawa (Political Studies) Daniel Beland, University of Saskatchewan (Public Policy) Discussant: Desmond King, Oxford University (Politics and International Relations)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association L15

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Rue Notre-Dame

Mobilizing Place: Communities, Gentrification, and Public Space URBAN Chair: Jan Doering, McGill University (Sociology) Changing Use of Public Space and Its Effects On Mobilization Elisa Avila, University of Wisconsin (Sociology) Late Capitalist Public Space: Neoliberalisation, Securitisation, Commodification Jeremy Williams, Freie Universität Berlin (North American Studies) Where the Mixes Match: Facing Gentrification in Two Boston Neighborhoods Taylor Cain, Boston University (Sociology) Public Libraries in an Age of Urban Shrinkage Julia Rabig, Dartmouth College (History) Discussant: Jan Doering, McGill University (Sociology) L16

Saturday, November 4

1:00 – 3:00 pm

Av. Duluth

Intersections of Race, Gender, and Class RACE AND ETHNICITY; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Marisela Martinez-Cola, Emory University (Sociology) Beyond Respectability Politics: Dean of Women Lucy Diggs Slowe's Advocacy of "The New Howard Woman" 1922-1937 Tamara Beauboeuf-Lafontant, DePauw University (Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies) Sanitizing Chop Suey: How Racism, Ruffians, and Righteous Reformers Transformed Pennsylvania's Chinese American Food Susan Carter, University of California, Riverside (Economics) Middle Class Narratives of Racial Peril in Three Nineteenth Century Cities, 1883-1895 Joseph Jewell, Texas A&M University (Sociology) Who Didn't Get that Job Because of a Black Woman? The Continuing Significance of Race in Academia Janis Prince, Saint Leo University (Social Sciences) Mexican Jobs: Track Maintenance in the US Southwest, 1890-1930 Michael Calderon-Zaks, Santa Monica College (Sociology) Discussant: Marisela Martinez-Cola, Emory University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association M1

Saturday, November 4

3:15 – 5:15 pm

Exclamation

Documenting Histories of Childhood and Youth: Representations, Recollections, and Child-Authored Records CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH; Education; Women, Gender, and Sexuality; Race and Ethnicity Chair: Elizabeth Dillenburg, University of Minnesota (History) Discussanst: Emily Bruce, University of Minnesota (History) Mary Jo Maynes, University of Minnesota (History) Tammy Owens, Dickinson College (Africana Studies) Daniel Cook, Rutgers University (Childhood Studies) Elisabeth E. Lefebvre, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities (Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development) M2

Saturday, November 4

3:15 – 5:15 pm

Av. Viger

Book Session: The Economic History of China from Antiquity to the Nineteenth Century, by Richard Von Glahn ECONOMICS; Macro-Historical Dynamics; States and Society; Family/Demography; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental Chair: Philip Hoffman, Caltech (Humanities and Social Sciences) The Economic History of China From Antiquity to the Nineteenth Century Richard Von Glahn, University of California at Los Angeles (History) Discussants: James Lee, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Humanities and Social Science) Cameron Campbell, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Division of Social Science) Jack Goldstone, George Mason University (Policy & Government) Maxim Korolkov, Columbia University (East Asian Languages and Cultures) Madeleine Zelin, Columbia University (East Asian Language and Culture/History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association M3

Saturday, November 4

3:15 – 5:15 pm

Rue Notre-Dame

Credit Networks across Time and Space ECONOMICS; Culture; Politics Chair: Simone Wegge, City University of New York (Economics) A Parisian Start-Up at the End of 18th Century: Compagnie de Seaux de Paris Muriel Petit-Konczyk, University of Lille2 (Finance, Banking, Accounting) Unexpected Interest: Credit Unions in Late 19th Century Mexico: The Cajas De Ahorro Under Limatour's Finance Ministry Graciela Marquez-Colin, Colegio de Mexico (History) Juliette Levy, University of California, Riverside (History) Household-to-Company Networks and Consumer Credit Within a Multiple-Networks Ecology: Florence, 1427 Paul McLean, Rutgers University (Sociology) Neha Gondal, Boston University (Sociology) Discussants: Simone Wegge, City University of New York (Economics, Business) M4

Saturday, November 4

3:15 – 5:15 pm

Centre-Ville

Bourdieu and Science Studies EDUCATION; Culture; Health/Medicine/Body Chair: Claudio Benzecry, Northwestern University (Communication Studies) The Field of Autism Claire Decoteau, University of Illinois at Chicago (Sociology) Economizing the Social: The Institutionalization of Education and Health Economics in the 1960s Zachary Griffen, UCLA (Sociology) Visions and Divisions Materialised: Model Cases and Differentiation within and across Disciplines in the Social Sciences Monika Krause, Goldsmiths College (Sociology) The 'Reproducibility Crisis' and the Constitution of a Trans-Scientific Field Aaron Panofsky, UCLA (Public Policy) Discussant: Claudio Benzecry, Northwestern University (Communication Studies)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association M5

Saturday, November 4

3:15 – 5:15 pm

Av. Van-Horne

Demographic Transformations, Population Discourse and the Family, 1881-1970 FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY Chair: Elisabeth Engberg, Umeå University (Cedar, Demographic and Ageing Research) Changes in fertility trends and reaction in France 1974-1979 Virginie De Luca Barrusse, University of Paris Panthéon Sorbonne (IDUP) Fertility Decline, the Depression and the Baby Boom: Canadian Fertility Trends, 1921-1951 Benoît Laplante, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (Centre UCS) Danielle Gauvreau, Concordia University (Sociology and Anthropology) Beyond the Breadwinner? New Faces of Fatherhood in Quebec, 1900-1960 Peter Gossage, Concordia University (History) The Brook Advisory Centre: making teeange sexuality respectable Caroline Rusterholz, University of Fribourg (Historical Science) M6

Saturday, November 4

3:15 – 5:15 pm

Av. Laurier

Architectures of Hurry II HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS; Culture; Urban Chair: Phillip Mackintosh, Brock University (Geography) Architectures of Post-Rural Hurry: E.M. Forster and the Acceleration of Change in NonMetropolitan Southern England, 1897-1914 Jason Finch, Abo Akademi University, Finland (English Language and Literature) Hospitality in Montreal: Local Responses to Global Demand, 1836-1913 Sherry Olson, McGill University (Geography) Mary Anne Poutanen, McGill University (Quebec Studies Program) What Shall We Eat, What Shall We Drink, and Wherewithal Shall We Be Lighted? Orchestrating Commodity Flows Into and Through New York City Deryck Holdsworth, Pennsylvania State University (Geography) Why the Past of Montreal Might Be Your Future Robert Sweeny, Memorial University of Newfoundland (History) Discussant: Richard Dennis, University College London (Geography)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association M7

Saturday, November 4

3:15 – 5:15 pm

Rue Sainte-Catherine

Book Session: Andrew Abbott, Processual Sociology MACRO-HISTORICAL DYNAMICS Chair: Daniel Little, University of Michigan, Dearborn (Philosophy) Processual Sociology Andrew Abbott, University of Chicago (Sociology) Discussants: Isaac Reed, University of Virginia (Sociology) Mustafa Emirbayer, University of Wisconsin (Sociology) Julia Adams, Yale University (Sociology) Gabriel Abend, New York University (Sociology) M8

Saturday, November 4

3:15 – 5:15 pm

Rue Saint-Paul

Making Migrants: Programs for Shaping Social Welfare and Social Control MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION Chair: Ella Fratantuono, Universityof North Carolina Charlotte (History) In Pursuit of "Model" Residents: The Intersection Between the Japanese Association of America's (JAA) Official Consular Activities and its Campaigns for Lifestyle Reforms, 1908-1924 Helen Kaibara, Michigan State University (History) Worker's Welfare: Performing Social Work with Turks in West Germany, 1961-1989 Brian Van Wyck, Michigan State University (History) Managing Migrants and Muscovites: The Changing Role of the Office for the Use of Labor Resources in Moscow during Perestroika Emily Elliott, Michigan State University (History) Immigration Reform and Latino Political Mobilization Silvia Pedraza, University of Michigan (Sociology) Discussant: Ella Fratantuono, University of North Carolina Charlotte (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association M9

Saturday, November 4

3:15 – 5:15 pm

Rue Saint-Denis

Slavery: Past & Present RACE AND ETHNICITY Chair: Audra Diptee, Carleton University (History) Discussants: Jill Strauss, Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY (Speech, Communications, and Theater Arts) Irline François, Goucher College (Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies) Philip Gooding, School of Oriental and African Studies (History) Stephanie Kennedy, University of New Brunswick (History) Sarah Zimmerman, Western Washington University (History) M10

Saturday, November 4

3:15 – 5:15 pm

Av. Duluth

Geographies of (In)Exclusion: The Role of Race and Space in America RACE AND ETHNICITY; Historical Geography and GIS; Migration/Immigration; Politics; Presidential Chair: Marisela Martinez-Cola, Emory University (Sociology) The Moral Geography of the 2016 Presidential Elections Yalidy Matos, Rutgers University (Political Science) Is Brownfield Redevelopment a Gentrifying Force? A Case Study of Chicago Brownfield Redevelopment Marisol Becerra, The Ohio State University (Environment and Natural Resources) Plyler v. Doe (1982) and An Uneven Legal Terrain Kevin Escudero, Brown University (American Studies) Demographic Impacts of Annexation and Geographic Expansion of Large American Cities Joachim Bean, The Ohio State University (City and Regional Planning) Discussant: Marisela Martinez-Cola, Emory University (Sociology) M11

Saturday, November 4

3:15 – 5:15 pm

Rue Mansfield

Book Session: Charles Taylor's A Secular Age at Ten RELIGION; Culture; Politics Chair: Damon Mayrl, Colby College (Sociology) A Secular Age Charles Taylor, McGill University (Philosophy) Discussants: Jose Casanova, Georgetown University (Sociology) Philip Gorski, Yale University (Sociology) Mirjam Künkler, University of Göttingen (Humanities and Social Sciences) Jeffrey Alexander, Yale University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association M12

Saturday, November 4

3:15 – 5:15 pm

Agora

Movements and Countermovements: Rights in the Era of Right-Wing Politics II STATES AND SOCIETY; Labor; Politics; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Poulami Roychowdhury, McGill University (Sociology) The Mobilization of Title IX across US Colleges and Universities, 1994-2014 Celene Reynolds, Yale University (Sociology) Gender Equality and LGBTQ Rights in Refugee Politics: A Transatlantic Comparison Anna Korteweg, University of Toronto (Sociology) Will the US Finally "Catch Up" With the Rest of the Rich Democracies?: Parental Leave Policies in the Eras of Obama and Trump Ann Orloff, Northwestern University (Sociology) Whose Movement, Whose Memory? Parents of Transgender Children and the New Normativity Tey Meadow, Princeton University (Society of Fellows) Discussant: Poulami Roychowdhury, McGill University (Sociology) M13

Saturday, November 4

3:15 – 5:15 pm

Rue McGill

Scales of Place: Jurisdiction, Space, and Communities URBAN Chair: Japonica Brown-Saracino, Boston University (Sociology) No Place Like Home? The Making and Remaking of Hometowns Mariana Oliver, Northwestern University (Sociology) Reinventing Hinterland: Time-Space Expansion Mahir Yilmaz, Middle East Technical University (Urban Policy Planning and Local Governments) It's Not Really Like That Here: Place Reputation and Scale Jeffrey Parker, University of Chicago (Sociology) Does Time/space still matter in spatial re-planning of regional territories? A critical review of E-commerce effects on the Italian regions Heba Hussein, Sapienza Universiy of Rome (Architecture Engineering and City Planning) Discussant: Japonica Brown-Saracino, Boston University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association M14

Saturday, November 4

3:15 – 5:15 pm

Diese

What's in a Name? Gender and Language WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY; Culture; Education; Race and Ethnicity Chair: Frederika Eilers, McGill University (Architecture) 'Mother' in Turkish, Sephardic, and Italian Proverbs and Idioms and Contemporary Online Blogs Derya Agis, Ankara University (Italian Language and Literature) Gender Discontinuities: Women and Architectural Metaphors during the Mexican Revolution Tania Gutierrez Monroy, McGill University (Architecture) Naming Rape: Gender and the Fight Against Fascist Colonialism in the Italian Ethiopian War, 1935-1944 Caroline Merithew, University of Dayton (History) Gendering the Mainstream: How Gender is Conceived in Attempts to Mainstream Gender in Sustainable Development Discourse Elena Hight, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Sociology) Discussant: Frederika Eilers, McGill University (Architecture) M15

Saturday, November 4

3:15 – 5:15 pm

Parenthese

Gendered Dimensions of Power WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY; Culture; Health/Medicine/Body; Politics; Race and Ethnicity; States and Society Chair: Lee Thorpe Jr, West Virginia University (Sociology) Impeding Equality? The Gender Dimension of Kalala Cases in Indonesia Lena Hanifah Hasan Basuni, University of New South Wales (Law) The Gräfenberg Ring in Interwar England: Power Relationships within the Medical Field Caroline Rusterholz, Birkbeck University (History) "Skanks Need to Pay With Their Lives": Sexual Harassment in Online Communities Morgan Clark, Northwestern University (Sociology) Discussant: Lee Thorpe Jr, West Virginia University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Annual Business Meeting Saturday, 5:30-6:00pm

Place du Canada

Frederick F. Wherry, Princeton University (Sociology) , and 2017 Vice President, Social Science History Association President’s Address Saturday, 6:00-6:30pm

Place du Canada

The Space of Families: Past Present and Future Alice Bee Kasakoff, University of South Carolina (Geography), and 2017 President, Social Science History Association We invite all registrants to attend this special plenary session late Saturday afternoon for Awards, the Business Meeting and the Presidential Address , followed by a gala reception in the Square Dorchester Royal A+B+C. President’s Reception Saturday, 6:30-8:00pm

Square Dorchester

We would like to thank the University of South Carolina, Office of the Vice President for Research, for their generous support of the Presidential Reception.

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association N1

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Av. Laurier

20th Century Communications Technologies--Transforming Time, Space, and Subjects CULTURE; Presidential Chairs: Jan Hadlaw, York University (Art, Media, Performance, & Design) Anne MacLennan, York University (Communication Studies) Be Your Own Central: Technological Change and Telephone Subscribers in the 1920s Jan Hadlaw, York University (Art, Media, Performance, & Design) Shifting Time and Space through Early Canadian Radio, 1922-1956 Anne MacLennan, York University (Communication Studies) Crossed Wires: Radio-Newspaper Pages and Newspaper-Radio Broadcasts in 1922 Paul Moore, Ryerson University (Sociology) Sandra Gabriele, Concordia University (Communication Studies) A Decorative Asset to Any Room: Interior Design in Radio's Golden Age Michael Windover, Carleton University (Art History) Discussants: Jan Hadlaw, York University (Art, Media, Performance, & Design) Anne MacLennan, York University (Communication Studies) N2

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Centre-Ville

Health and Socio-Economic Circumstance ECONOMICS; Family/Demography; Health/Medicine/Body Chair: Evan Roberts, University of Minnesota (Minnesota Population Center, Sociology) Rapid Economic Growth and Type 2 Diabetes Richard Steckel, Ohio State University (Economics) Association Between Type 2 Diabetes and Prenatal Exposure to the Ukraine Famine of 1932-“33: A Retrospective Cohort Study L.H. Lumey, Columbia University (Public Health) Mykola Khalangot, National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine (Endocrinology) Alexander Vaiserman, National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine (Epigenetics) Exposure to the Chinese Famine of 1959-1961 in Early Life and Current Health Conditions: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis Chihua Li, Columbia University (Epidemiology) L.H. Lumey, Columbia University, New York NY (Public Health) Birth Weight and Later Diabetes Mortality Heidi A. Hanson, University of Utah (Pedigree & Population Science) Ken Smith, University of Utah (Human Development and Family Studies)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association N3

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Sainte-Catherine

Trade and Industry ECONOMICS; Historical Geography and GIS; Macro-Historical Dynamics; Public Finance Chair: Robert Sweeny, Memorial University of Newfoundland (History) The Diffusion of Steam Power, 1774-1800: A Sectoral Approach Harilaos Kitsikopoulos, Unbound Prometheus Summer Program (Academic Director) Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice: The Grocery Trade in Early 19th Century Rural Canada Beatrice Craig, University of Ottawa (History) Illicit Affairs: Philadelphia's Trade with Lisbon before Independence, 1700-1775 Rodrigo Dominguez, University of Porto (History) Jeremy Land, Georgia State University (History) Tariffs and the Expansion of the American Pig Iron Industry, 1870-1940 Kanda Naknoi, University of Connecticut (Economics) Discussant: Robert Sweeny, Memorial University of Newfoundland (History) N4

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Saint-Paul

Race in the Formation of U.S. Education Policy EDUCATION; Race and Ethnicity Chair: Jennifer Nations, University of California, San Diego (Sociology) Colleges and Legacies of Injustice: Commemoration Practices and Remediation Outcomes Christi M. Smith, Ohio State University (Sociology) Ruby J. Anderson, Oberlin College (Sociology) The Politics of Promoting College Access through Need-based Financial Aid in Three Southwestern States Jennifer Nations, UC-San Diego (Sociology) Rationalizing School Desegregation: The Politics of Knowledge and Policy Discourse in Civil Rights Era Chicago Fithawee Tzeggai, University of California, Berkeley (Sociology) Beyond Little Rock: School Desegregation in Arkansas in the 1950s and 1960s John Kirk, University of Arkansas at Little Rock (History) Discussant: Joseph Jewell, Texas A&M University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association N5

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Square Dorchester

The Impact of Rapid Economic Growth in the Okanagan Nation Territory, Northwest America, 1881-1921 HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS; Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental; Urban; Economics Chair: Roger Sugden, University of British Columbia (Management) Changing Occupations in the Okanagan Nation Territory, Northwest America, Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries Jordan Coble, Westbank First Nation (Sncəwips Heritage Museum) The Rise of Urbanization in the Okanagan, British Columbia, 1881Keith Sugden, University of Cambridge, UK (Population and Social Structure) Roger Sugden, University of British Columbia (Management) Maintaining One's (Gendered) Position in the Dominant Culture: Gertie Pooley's Okanagan Orcharding Diaries (1916-1929) Ian Pooley, Okanagan Historian (Okanagan Historian) The Role of the Post Office in US Development: The Northwest Mengyue Zhao, McGill University (Economics) Tom Velk, McGill University (Economics) Discussants: Tom Velk, McGill University (Economics) Andy Anderson, Amherst College (History and Black Studies) N6

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Av. Duluth

Mapping Communication in Late Medieval Europe HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS; Economics Chair: Jesse Torgerson, Wesleyan University (Arts and Letters) Networks of Travel and Talk: Mapping the late medieval Conference David Gary Shaw, Wesleyan University (History) Social Fact and Social Fiction in Thirteenth-Century Germany: Problematic Data and Network Analysis Helen Birkett, University of Exeter (History) Geographical Analysis of the Datini Company's Communication Network Adam Franklin-Lyons, Marlboro College (History) Discussant: Anne McCants, Masschusetts Institute of Technology (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association N7

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Agora

The In-Security of Immigration: National Security, Immigration, and Politics in the Cold War MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION; Politics; Race and Ethnicity Chair: Franca Iacovetta, University Toronto (History) We Would Arrive with Two Full Suitcases and Leave with Only One: The Circulation of Objects in Diaspora Memories and Communities (1970-1990) Eriks Bredovskis, University of Toronto (History) In the Interests of Security:Mass Surveillance, Subversives and the Law in the Cold War Dennis Molinaro, Trent University (History) American Communism, Anti-Communism and Espionage: The Case of Carl Marzani Marcella Bencivenni, Hostos Community College of the City University of New York (History) Discussant: Julia Rose Kraut, New-York Historical Society (History) N8

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 9:00 am

Rue Crescent

Program Committee, Sunday, November 5

9:00 – 10:00 am

Executive Committee II Chair: William Block, Cornell University (CISER)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association N9

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Arobase

Redistribution and Revenue PUBLIC FINANCE Chair: Molly Michelmore, Washington and Lee University (History) Consumption Taxes and American Exceptionalism: An Anglo-World Comparative Perspective Carl-Henry Geschwind, Independent Scholar (History) Redistribution in the 19th Century: A New Measurement and Initial Results Per Andersson, Lunds Universitet (Political Science.) The Comparative Political Economy of Consumption Taxation: A Long Run Perspective Lucy Barnes, University College London (Political Science) Discussant: Molly Michelmore, Washington and Lee University (History) N10

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Mansfield

Book Session: Prophets and Patriots: Faith in Democracy across the Political Divide RELIGION; Politics; Culture Chair: Jeffrey Guhin, University of California, Los Angeles (Sociology) Prophets and Patriots Faith in Democracy across the Political Divide Ruth Braunstein, University of Connecticut (Sociology) Discussants: Tina Fetner, McMaster University (Sociology) Philip Gorski, Yale University (Sociology) Daniel Winchester, Purdue University (Sociology) Gianpaolo Baiocchi, New York University (Individualized Studies and Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association N11

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Sherbrooke

Authority in Modern Islam: History, Anthropology, Theory RELIGION Chair: Katherine Lemons, McGill Univerity (Anthropology) Diasporic Authority: Sunni Jurisprudence in the U.S. and Canada Katherine Lemons, McGill Univerity (Anthropology) Islamic Juridical Authority in the Shadow of Family Courts Jean-Michel Landry, McGill University (Anthropology) Historicizing Authority in Modern Egypt Junaid Quadri, University of Illinois at Chicago (History) In Pursuit of Coherence: Thinking Orthodoxy and Authority in the Islamic Tradition Nada Moumtaz, University of Toronto (Religion) Discussant: Setrag Manoukian, McGill University (Anthropology) N12

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Multiplication

Care and Power STATES AND SOCIETY; Women, Gender, and Sexuality; Health/Medicine/Body Chair: Rianne Mahon, Wilfred Laurier University (International Affairs) The Biopolitical State and 'Care' of a Population's Health Jeffrey Escoffier, Brooklyn Institute for Social Research (Historical Sociology) Pastoral Power with Real Pastors: Fleecing the Flock in Quebec Bruce Curtis, Carleton University (Sociology and Anthropology) Generosity Without Equity: How Australian Social Welfare Increasingly Helps Everyone But the Poor David Hayward, RMIT University (Global, Urban, and Social Studies) Pavla Miller, RMIT University (Global, Urban and Social Studies) Discussant: Rianne Mahon, Wilfred Laurier University (International Affairs)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association N13

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Exclamation

International Politics I STATES AND SOCIETY; Politics Chair: Sarah Bertrand, London School of Economics (International Relations) Legacies of the Ottoman conceptions of order and sovereignty Ayse Zarakol, Cambridge University (Politics) The Concert System and the Global Transformation George Lawson, London School of Economics (International Relations) Rethinking State Crisis in Syria: or, Uneven Development in the Middle East Daniel Neep, Georgetown University (Contemporary Arab Studies) Discussant: David McCourt, University of California-Davis (Sociology) N14

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Notre-Dame

Contentious Views: Representation, Framing, and the Media in State-Society Relations STATES AND SOCIETY Chair: Myra Marx Ferree, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Sociology) Framing Struggles: Mapping the Field of Opinion in Turkey through the Contested Coverage of Gezi Park Resistance in Newspaper Op-Eds Mustafa Yavas, Yale University (Sociology) The Publicity of State/Society Relations Matthew Mahler, Yale University (Sociology) Impact of Redistributive vs. Repressive State on the Naxalite Movement in India Nabila Islam, McGill University / University of California, Berkeley (Political Science / Sociology) Wired Cosmpolitans: The Arab Spring's Ambassador Caste Ryan Calder, Johns Hopkins University (Sociology) Discussant: Myra Marx Ferree, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association N15

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Diese

Institutions, Social Change, and Social Control STATES AND SOCIETY; Crime, Justice, and the Law; Economics; Migration/Immigration Chair: Yao Li, Harvard University (Government) Who Judges? Designing New Jury Systems in Japan, East Asia, and Spain Rieko Kage, University of Tokyo (Advanced Social and International Studies) In Context of Leave My Land, the Blame Game, Politics of Migration in the South African Permit Application Samuel Umoh, University of Kwa zulu Natal (International and Public Affairs) The Cost of Property Rights: Establishing Institutions on the Philippine Frontier Under American Rule, 1898-1918 Noel Maurer, George Washington University (International Business) Leticia Arroyo Abad, Middlebury College (Economics) Discussant: Yao Li, Harvard University (Government) N16

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Parenthese

Arts, Architecture, and Cultural Assertions of Space URBAN Chair: Yamini Krishna Chintamani, The English and Foreign Languages University (Film Studies) Pop-up Queer Parties: Cultural Identity Assertion & Resistance in Urban Spaces Ryan Stillwagon, University of British Columbia (Sociology) Modeling Tourism: The Bank of Mexico and the Planning of Cancun Georgia Hartman, UC Irvine (Anthropology) Discussant: Yamini Krishna Chintamani, The English and Foreign Languages University (Film Studies)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association N17

Sunday, November 5

8:00 – 10:00 am

Rue Saint-Denis

International Law of Sex and Gender WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY; Crime, Justice, and the Law; Migration/Immigration Chair: Paulina Garcia-Del Moral, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Sociology) The Violence of the Status Quo: Kip Tiernan and Women's Poverty Ella Howard, Wentworth Institute of Technology (Humanities and Social Sciences) Family Outlaws: Polygamy's Criminalization in the United States and France Melanie Heath, McMaster University (Sociology) Globalisation, Migration, Reproduction, and Sex: The Analysis of Prostitution as a Form of "Care Work" Catherine Weiss, RMIT University (Global, Urban and Social Studies) Discussant: Paulina Garcia-Del Moral, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association O1

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Multiplication

Children on the Margins: Child Rescue, Child Labor CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH; Health/Medicine/Body; Labor; Migration/Immigration; Race and Ethnicity Chair: Mateusz Swietlicki, University of Wroclaw (Slavic Studies) Encountering Work: Varied Forms of Child Labor in Urban Ecuador Megan Hinrichsen, Monmouth College (Sociology and Anthropology) Under the Auspices of the Children's Aid Society of Pennsylvania: The Story of Charles Harvey Andrew Zetts, Villanova University (History) Nineteenth Century and Progressive Era Inroads to U.S.-Asia International Adoption Kelly Condit-Shrestha, University of Minnesota (Immigration History Research Center) Discussant: Birgitte Søland, Ohio State University (History) O2

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Sherbrooke

Justice, the State and Neoliberalism CRIME, JUSTICE, and the LAW Chair: Jeffery Dennis, Minnesota State University, Mankato (Sociology and Corrections) Law and the Production of Difference Matthew McManus, York University (Socio-Legal Studies) Why Do Citizens File Against the State? Evidence from Japan Rieko Kage, University of Tokyo (Advanced Social and International Studies) The Street Gang in Neoliberal Society Louis Kontos, John Jay College (Sociology) Discussant: Jeffery Dennis, Minnesota State University, Mankato (Sociology and Corrections)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association O3

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Mansfield

Infrastructure and Trade ECONOMICS; Historical Geography and GIS; Public Finance; Urban Chair: Rowena Gray, University of California, Merced (Economics) The Road to the Urban Interstates: A Case Study from Detroit Chelsea Carter, Boston University (Economics) The Collapse of the Roman Empire and the Long-run Consequences for European Cities Joshua Lewis, University of Montreal (Economics) Domestic Barriers to Internal and International Trade: New Evidence for Brazil, 1920-1940 Michael Huberman, Universite de Montreal (Histoire) Short-run and Long-run Effects of Rural Electrification: Evidence from the Rollout of the U.S. Power Grid, 1930-1960 Edson Severnini, Carnegie Mellon University (Heinz College) Discussants: Santiago Pérez, University of California at Davis (Economics) Rowena Gray, UC Merced (Economics) O4

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Parenthese

Libraries as Digital Repositories EDUCATION Chair: Daniel Huebner, University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Sociology) Discussants: Ben Merriman, University of Kansas (Public Affairs & Administration) Jane McCamant, University of Chicago (Sociology) Nidia Banuelos, The University of Chciago (Sociology) Sarah Severson, McGill University (Library)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association O5

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Av. Laurier

The Dispersion of Kin: New Approaches FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY; Historical Geography and GIS; Migration/Immigration; Presidential Chair: Julia Jennings, University at Albany (Anthropology) The Ties That Bind: A Comparative Perspective to Marriage and Social Networks in the Twentieth Century (1920-present) Maria Sanchez Dominguez, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Population and Society Research Group (GEPS)) Hilde Bras, Wageningen University and Research Center (Social Sciences) Spatial Dispersion of Kin, Its Causes and Implications - Applying the Genealogical Method in Europe and Central Asia Patrick Heady, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology (kinship and social security) Visualizing Migration Trajectories using the Intermediate Data Structure Thijs Hermsen, Radboud University (History) Dolores Sesma Carlos, Radboud University (Demography) Paul Puschmann, Radboud University (Economic, Social and Demographic History) Jan Kok, Radboud University Nijmegen (History) Discussant: Julia Jennings, University at Albany (Anthropology) O6

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Diese

Socioeconomic Status and Mortality in the Twentieth Century FAMILY/DEMOGRAPHY; Economics Chair: Jonathan Fox, Freie Universitaet (John F. Kennedy Institute) Socioeconomic Inequalities in Mortality from a Cohort Perspective in Sweden in the 20th Century Enrico Debiasi, Lund University (Economic History) Socio-Demographic Profile and Self-Employment: The Case of Greek Entrepreneurs in Metropolitan Northern Greece 1935 - 1937 Orly Meron, Bar Ilan University (Jewish History, Social Sciences) Wealth in the Trenches. Social class and Survival during the Great War Lionel Kesztenbaum, INED (History) Who Lived and Who Died in the First World War: Canadian Evidence Luiza Antonie, University of Guelph (Economics) Harshavardhan Gadgil, University of Guelph (Computing Science) Kris Inwood, University of Guelph (Economics and History) Discussant: Jonathan Fox, Freie Universitaet (John F. Kennedy Institute)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association O7

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Ping

GIS and Colonial History HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY AND GIS Chair: Nomer Guiller Angeles, University of Santo Tomas - Manila (History) Cheating Space in Colonial Cities: An Adapted GIS Approach to How Communities of Color Appropriated Colonial Law in Oklahoma City and Johannesburg, c. 1885-1926 Douglas Catterall, Cameron University (History) Zhu Zhengyuan and Coastal Surveying and Mapping: from Perspective of cartographic history in Late Imperial China Lingfei Wu, University of Michigan (China Data Center) Risks in Representation: Mapping Precolonial Lagos Ademide Adelusi-Adeluyi, University of California, Riverside/Rice University (History) Discussant: Nomer Guiller Angeles, University of Santo Tomas - Manila (History) O8

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Saint-Denis

The Flow of Time in History MACRO-HISTORICAL DYNAMICS Chair: Eric Malczewski, Harvard University (Social Studies) Sacred Time and the Ordering of Social Life: Ritual Calendar from Ancient Rome to Contemporary China Anna Sun, Kenyon College (Sociology) Taming the Time: Toward A Dynamic Model of Historical Change Yang Zhang, American University (International Service) The Diffusion of Protestantism in Northern Europe: Historical Embeddedness and Complex Contagions in the Adoption of the Reformation Bernd Wurpts, University of Washington (Sociology) Katie Corcoran, West Virginia University (Sociology) Steve Pfaff, University of Washington (Sociology) The Difference It Makes: All Arguments are Counterfactuals Mark Gould, Haverford College (Sociology) Discussant: Shai Dromi, Harvard University (Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association O9

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Notre-Dame

Migration and Ethnicity in Contemporary Russia MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION Chair: David Cook-Martin, Grinnell College (Sociology) Intersubjective Understanding of Violence: The Lifeworld of the Tajik Labor Migrants in Russia Abdusabur Abdusamadov, University of Missouri (Sociology) The Road Home - The Role of Ethnicity in Soviet and Post-Soviet Migration Youngook Jang, LSE (Economic History) Migrants from CIS Countries and Assessment of Migration Policy in Border Regions of Russia Natalia Goncharova, Altai State University (Sociology) Daria Omelchenko, Altai State University (Sociology) Oksana Noyanzina, Altai State University (Sociology) Maxim Maximov, Altai State University (Sociology) The Image of Migrants from CIS Countries in the Public Consciousness of Population from Border Regions of Russia: The Role of Eurasian Integration Maxim Maximov, Altai State University (Sociology) Svetlana Maximova, Altai State University (Sociology) Discussant: David Cook-Martin, Grinnell College (Sociology) O10

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Square Dorchester

Book Session: A Comparative History of Motor Fuels Taxation, 1909-2009: Why Gasoline is Cheap and Petrol is Dear PUBLIC FINANCE; States and Society Chair: Isaac Martin, University of California, San Diego (Sociology) A Comparative History of Motor Fuels Taxation, 1909-“2009: Why Gasoline Is Cheap and Petrol Is Dear Carl-Henry Geschwind, Independent Scholar (History) Discussants: Molly Michelmore, Washington and Lee University (History) Malcolm Fairbrother, University of Bristol (Geography) Daniel Aldana Cohen, University of Pennsylvania (Sociology) Ajay Mehrotra, American Bar Foundation & Northwestern University (Law)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association O11

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Sainte-Catherine

Religion, Ethics, and Sexuality RELIGION; Culture; Economics; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Chair: Fareen Parvez, University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Sociology) Letters and Poems: Two Vignettes of Brahman-selves in the Early Modern World Shikhar Goel, Nalanda University (Historical Studies) Can a Religious Law Ethic be Modern? Islamic Finance and Jewish Bioethics as Scholastic Modernities Ryan Calder, Johns Hopkins University (Sociology) Family, Religion, and the Rise of the Non-religious Humanitarian Field Gregory Wurm, Brigham Young University - Provo (Sociology) Discussant: Jeffrey Guhin, University of California, Los Angeles (Sociology) O12

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Rue Saint-Paul

Emergency, Law, and the State in Asia STATES AND SOCIETY; Crime, Justice, and the Law Chair: John B. Thompson, Columbia University (East Asian Languages and Cultures) Law Beyond Law, Empire Within Empire: Zones of Law and Morality in the Late Qing Eric T. Schluessel, University of Montana (History and Politics) Security and Sovereignty in the 1925 Japanese Peace Preservation Law Max Ward, Middlebury College (History) The Dictatorship of Reason: Emergency Government as Political Technology in Republican China, 1931-1939 John B. Thompson, Columbia University (East Asian Languages and Cultures) Ignoring the State: Bureaucracy and Social Membership in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, China Sarah Tynen, University of Colorado (Geography) Discussant: Rebecca Nedostup, Brown University (History)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association O13

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Exclamation

International Politics II STATES AND SOCIETY; Politics Chair: Ayse Zarakol, Cambridge University (Politics) The End of the Cold War and the Study of International Relations in Germany Sarah Bertrand, LSE (International Relations) Military Attaches in World Politics: The Case of the Russo-Japanese War Kiran Manerjee, Columbia University (Harriman Institute) Joseph MacKay, Columbia University (Harriman Institute) Between the Brains and the Politicians: Liberal Internationalism, the Democratic Party, and the Origins of the Marshall Plan, 1945-47 Stephanie L Mudge, University of California-Davis (Sociology) David McCourt, University of California-Davis (Sociology) Amor Vacui? : Endless War, Stateless Governance, and the Post-Territorial Order in the Middle East Ariel Salzmann, Queen's University (History) Discussant: Ayse Zarakol, Cambridge University (Politics) O14

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Arobase

Labor-State Relations: Pensions, Benefits, and Income STATES AND SOCIETY; Economics; Labor; Macro-Historical Dynamics; Public Finance Chair: Michael McCarthy, Marquette University (Social and Cultural Sciences) The Effect of U.S. State Mothers' Pension Laws on Child Labor, 1910-1920 Elisabeth Anderson, New York University Abu Dhabi (Sociology) The Effect of U.S. State Mothers' Pension Laws on Child Labor, 1910-1920 Eman Abdelhadi, New York University (Sociology) The Other of Capitalisms in Crisis: the Wage-Earner Funds and Universal Basic Income in Fordism and Neoliberalism Shannon Ikebe, University of California-Berkeley (Sociology) Discussant: Michael McCarthy, Marquette University (Social and Cultural Sciences)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association O15

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Av. Duluth

Ties that Bind: Identities, Morality, and Networks STATES AND SOCIETY Chair: Daniel Neep, Georgetown University (Contemporary Arab Studies) The Moral Economy of Aid Appeals and the Selectiveness of Humanitarian Empathy Georgina Brewis, University College London (Education) Steffen Werther, Sodertorn University (Contemporary History) Norbert Götz, Södertörn University (Institute of Contemporary History) Making the Mediators: The Middle Clergy, Family Ties, and the State in Late 19th and Early 20th century Transylvania Marius Eppel, Babes-Bolyai University (Population Studies) National Identities: Processes of Identification Among Poland's LGBT and Jewish Minorities Ian Bratcher, University of Michigan (Sociology) Cultural Production amid Policy Constraints: Early Radio's Evangelical Programs in Canada and the United States Tina Fetner, McMaster University (Sociology) Discussant: Daniel Neep, Georgetown University (Contemporary Arab Studies) O16

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Agora

The Struggle for Housing in "Third World" Cities URBAN; States and Society Chair: To be announced The Housing Divide in the "Third World City" Marco Garrido, University of Chicago (Sociology) Urbanization and the Paradox of Postwar Latin American Political Development: A Comparative Analysis of Lima, Mexico City, and Caracas Simeon J. Newman, University of Michigan (Sociology) The Distinctive Politics of Anti-Eviction Activism in Urban India Liza Weinstein, Northeastern University (Sociology and Anthropology) Negotiating a Home: How Squatters Secure Land in Post-Apartheid Cities Zachary Levenson, University of California, Berkeley (Sociology) Reading the Caribbean Security-scape as Memory-scape. Kimberley McKinson, University of California, Irvine (Anthropology) Discussant: To be announced

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association O17

Sunday, November 5

10:15 am – 12:15 pm

Centre-Ville

Gendered Bodies WOMEN, GENDER, AND SEXUALITY; Culture; Politics; States and Society Chair: Jeffrey Escoffier, Brooklyn Institute For Social Research (Historical Sociology) Poisonous Slander or Murderous Adultery? Sexual Reputation and Family Breakdown in Early 17th Century England Johanna Luthman, University of North Georgia (History, Anthropology, and Philosophy) Then and Now: The Legacy of the Institutionalization of Needle/Syringe Exchange Programs for Current Day Activism in the Wake of the Opioid Epidemic Zoe Davis-Chanin, Binghamton University (Sociology) Benita Roth, Binghamton University, SUNY (Sociology, History, and Women's Studies) Telling bodies in the memories of dictatorship (South America, 1970s) Cristina Scheibe Wolff, Federal University of Santa Catarina (History) Uncovering Their Bodies: Women's Desires in Mozambican Literature Meyre Silva, UFMT (English) Discussant: Jeffrey Escoffier, Brooklyn Institute for Social Research (Historical Sociology)

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Montréal Information Is it any wonder that a city as creative and stylish as Montréal was designated UNESCO City of Design? Places such as the Quartier international, a showcase of modern design, art and architecture at the heart of downtown, testify to Montréal’s avant-garde character. Hundreds more examples of our innovation and free-spiritedness flourish in fashion boutiques and interior and industrial design spaces all over the city. In 2007, Montréal was the first urban centre to sign the National Geographic Society’s Geotourism Charter. One look at our compact downtown that hums 24/7, with wonderfully preserved Old Montréal at its feet and beautifully landscaped Mount Royal Park as a backdrop, provides a hint. Encircling the “Mountain” lie cozy, charming neighbourhoods, each with their own commercial centres and three-storey row housing. The Métro easily services this area and beyond. Our four seasons provide the typical northeastern changes of scenery, and we have the facilities for every summer and winter sport imaginable. Renowned for its sensational and original restaurants and as a centre for French cuisine par excellence, Montréal is part of a select group of 15 cities to join the prestigious World Good Food Cities Network in 2007. Over 80 different kinds of food are served in 6,000 restaurants, from 5-star to soul-comforting smoked-meat counters. Montréal is the most bilingual metropolis in North America and the second largest French-speaking city in the world after Paris. Located on an island 499 km2 in the middle of the St. Lawrence River, it was colonized by the French and later the British. Today the population of Greater Montréal is approximately 3.6 million, with 53% of its inhabitants bilingual (French and English) and 20% using a third language (in addition to French and English). Montréal ranked first for university research in Canada – small wonder for a city with two French-language and two English-language universities! With Montréal's impressive number of restaurants, chances are that you’re going to find just the region or type of food you crave – and it’s going to be delicious! Local Creativity Local chefs really take the cake when it comes to imagination. Not only do they showcase fresh, seasonal local produce, they liberally season their dishes with the same creativity that is indelibly Montréal: innovation, style and originality. A Culinary Scene a Cut above the Rest Ingenuity is the main ingredient in a unique cuisine that deftly mixes invention with tradition. The result? An inspired blend of local influences, daring world flavours and European heritage. What’s more, Montréal chefs work hand in hand with local purveyors and can often be found exploring the public markets for the inspiration and base of their next great creation. And if you don’t catch them at the market, chances are you’ll find them chatting up the patrons at their restaurant; Montréal’s culinary scene is also appetizingly accessible! In addition, the street food scene, with some 350 food trucks and takeout meal stands, offers a diverse range of fresh, affordable, and high-quality products.

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association A City with a Real Downtown, and a Hundred Real Neighbourhoods Montréal’s quartier’s all have their own personalities, as evidenced by their food, architecture and joie de vivre. Downtown, for example, is a real downtown that’s a magnet for Montrealers and visitors alike. Buzzing international business centre by day, urban hotspot by night, Montréal’s downtown just switches tempo when the sun sets. Boutiques, bars, restaurants, views of Mount Royal, major world organization headquarters plus the Underground Pedestrian Network that links it all together indoors. Just south lies the new Quartier International, the nerve centre for Montréal’s business and trade and home to avant-garde, head-turning buildings. Past, present and future converge in Old Montréal, where old-world and modern architecture lend the romantic feel and urban. Montrealers adore their old city, with its fashion and furniture shops, art galleries and the Pointe-à-Callière archaeology museum. Visitors especially love the boutique hotels. The Old Port is everyone’s playground, and the ultra-modern Cité du multimedia is where software whizkids create übercool gaming and animation software that Montréal’s so famous for. Wallpaper magazine summed it up: “Plateau Mont-Royal is the coolest neighbourhood in North America.” Maybe that’s because it has one of the highest concentration of artists. It’s pretty, very old, with loads of winding, outdoor staircases, funky shops, cozy bistros and cafés, theatres and galleries. The Village is a broadcasting hub and restaurant paradise by day and a partygoer magnet by night. Little Italy’s got zing and bling and Marché Jean-Talon, a year-round market where Montrealers meet to get the best and freshest of the land. The Hochelaga-Maisonneuve district is a “beehive” of activity for the whole family, with the Insectarium, Botanical Garden, the Biodôme, and Olympic Park and Tower all grouped together. Montréal as a Real City, with Real People Really Enjoying Their City Culture in a myriad of forms runs rampant across Montréal. It’s not surprising, considering that the city’s Entertainment District alone is a 1 km2 – hotbed of bustling cultural and entertainment action where the best and the brightest come to play. La Vitrine culturelle, a central box office for tickets, information and promotions on all the city’s events, makes it easy to get in on the action. In short, art is everywhere in this city where exciting events happen all year long – you just need to get out there and experience it!

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Museums Montréal’s museum culture is thriving, with hundreds of exhibitions each year. These world-class institutions shape the city’s cultural identity while broadening public access to over 4 million objects. What’s more, they handily utilize both new and traditional media to promote dialogues between the present and the past. For more information: museesmontreal.org/en/museums Art Galleries & Centres Often housed in former industrial buildings, the city’s many art galleries and centres showcase the work of local and international artists, both emerging and established. For more information: montreal-art.net/en/oldmontreal.html Performing Arts When it comes to welcoming international stars or catapulting local up-and-coming talent onto the world stage, Montréal’s door is wide open! The city’s calendar overflows with incredible entertainment spanning all disciplines in both French and English all year long. From dance to music to theatre to opera to film, not only are all forms represented, but they all showcase the city’s signature creativity, energy and passion. What’s more, performing arts festivals of all genres are held throughout the year, much to the delight of local patrons! For more information: placedesarts.com/en/events Circus Arts An international circus festival, a world-renowned circus school and, of course, globallyacclaimed circus troupes the likes of Cirque du Soleil and Cirque Éloize continue to reinforce Montréal as a hotbed of circus talent. For more information: mtl.org/en/what-to-do/museums-and-culture/la-tohu Fun Montréal takes its fun very seriously, and its seriousness lightly. It’s a city that loves to party, especially with its visitors. And visitors love Montréal. They rave about the beautiful women and gorgeous men, the crazy spontaneity and that there’s always something new and unorthodox at every turn. They love the beating of the tam-tams and the dancing around a statue of an angel every summer Sunday at the foot of the “Mountain.” Or partying at a Picnik Électronic on an island in the middle of the St. Lawrence River. Or dancing to the spins of the hottest DJs till dawn and beyond. And they get a kick about how Montréalkicks back, like at funky cafés and art galleries on trendy Saint-Laurent, in funky Plateau Mont-Royal and Mile End, and in the voluptuous Village. They love being constantly surprised by trends its denizens come up with, like mixing and matching designer wear with quirky, second-hand items. They have a talent for flair supported by investors not afraid of revealing the unheard of, because they know to be great you have to take chances. Commerce Design Montréal, for example, is a contest run by the city promoting design daring-do. The result? Art woven through every fibre of this city’s life. 152


42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association A Aaronson, Daniel ............................... 35 Abad, Leticia Arroyo................. 80, 139 Abbott, Andrew ................... 74, 80, 127 Abdelhadi, Eman ............................. 147 Abdusamadov, Abdusabur .............. 145 Abend, Gabriel ................................ 127 Accominotti, Fabien .......................... 70 Ackerman, Edwin .............................. 72 Acosta, Eduardo Erazo ................ 48, 93 Adams, Julia .................................... 127 Adams, Tracey........................... 28, 111 Adelusi-Adeluyi, Ademide ............. 144 Agis, Derya .......................... 34, 43, 130 Aktuna, Bahar .................................... 43 Aldana, Adriana................................. 96 Alemzadeh, Maryam ......................... 67 Alexander, Emma .............................. 69 Alexander, Jeffrey ................... 101, 128 Alexander, Kristine ..................... 20, 60 Alfaro-Velcamp, Theresa .................. 92 Allen, Ryan ........................................ 29 Alshaibi, Wisam ................................ 49 Alter, George ....................................... 7 Altinordu, Ates ............ 13, 34, 105, 121 Altnurme, Riho .................................. 49 Amasyali, Emre ........................... 49, 93 Amurao, Analiza Liezl ...................... 72 Amurao, George ................................ 26 Anbinder, Tyler ................................. 89 Andersen, Dimitra ............................. 74 Anderson, Andy................... 54, 81, 134 Anderson, Elisabeth .................. 60, 147 Anderson, Katrina ............................. 76 Anderson, Margo ................................. 7 Anderson, Ruby J. ........................... 133 Anderson, Sarah ................................ 44 Andersson, Lars Fredrik .................... 21 Andersson, Martin ............................. 62 Andersson, Per............................. 8, 136 Anderton, Douglas ............................ 99 Angeles, Nomer Guiller ...... 75, 81, 144 Antonie, Luiza ........................... 27, 143 Apaydin, Fulya ................................ 111 Archibong, Belinda ........................... 80 Arnold, Catherine .............................. 84 Arnold, Colin ..................................... 47 Arnold, John ........................ 63, 81, 110 Aronczyk, Melissa ............................. 50 Arredondo, Gabriela .......................... 33 Arteaga, Fernando ............................. 58 Ashkpour, Ashkan ............................. 70 Aslett, Kevin ...................................... 80 Atakan, Atacan ...................... 12, 20, 45

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association De Luca Barrusse, Virginie ....... 99, 126 Dean, Dorothy ................................... 99 Debiasi, Enrico ...................... 8, 79, 143 Deboosere, Patrick........................... 118 Decoteau, Claire .... 12, 52, 89, 119, 125 Deener, Andrew................................. 62 Dennis, Jeffery........................... 78, 141 Dennis, Richard ....................... 119, 126 Derenoncourt, Ellora ......................... 29 Derksen, Anna ................................... 67 Desan, Mathieu .......................... 86, 104 Dettinger, Kayla ................................ 86 Devos, Isabelle ................................ 118 DeWaard, Jack................................... 56 Di Matteo, Livio ................................ 88 Dillenburg, Elizabeth .... 12, 20, 43, 124 Dillon, Lisa ........................................ 12 Dimitruk, Kara................................... 28 Dinger, Samuel .................................. 62 Diptee, Audra .......................... 112, 128 Diwakar, Pranathi ............................ 105 Dixon, Marc ..................................... 100 Dodds, Graham .................................. 32 Doering, Jan ............................... 58, 123 Dol, Catherine ................................... 53 Dominguez, Maria Sanchez ............ 143 Dominguez, Rodrigo ....................... 133 Donges, Alexander .................... 28, 116 Donrovich, Robyn ........................... 118 Doten-Snitker, Kerice.................. 22, 33 Drago, Alessandro ............................. 63 Dribe, Martin ............................... 35, 90 Drixler, Fabian..................................... 5 Dromi, Shai ............................... 84, 144 Dufour, Frederic-Guillaume ...... 64, 120 Dumanescu, Luminita ....................... 44 Dunsworth, Edward ........................... 39 Düppe, Till ......................................... 44 Durkin, Nicole ................................. 107 Durou, Guillaume ...................... 64, 120 Dye, Alan ........................................... 80 Dykes, James ..................................... 29 E Eddins, Crystal ............................ 39, 57 Edvinsson, Soren ................. 90, 99, 118 Edwards, Zophia ...... 12, 30, 57, 86, 111 Eger, Maureen ................................... 84 Egholm, Liv ....................................... 74 Eidlin, Barry ...................... 5, 6, 86, 111 Eilers, Frederika ........................ 43, 130 El Kadiri Boutchich, Brhim .............. 32 Eli, Shari .................................... 27, 109 Elliott, Emily ................................... 127

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Hom, Laureen .................................... 96 Howard, Clayton ............................... 50 Howard, Ella .................................... 140 Hoyer, Daniel .................................... 38 Hsiung, Constance ........................... 110 Huard, Mallory .................................. 76 Huberman, Michael ................... 28, 142 Huebner, Daniel................. 12, 109, 142 Hung, Ho-fung................... 21, 101, 111 Hunter, Lori ..................................... 110 Hurl, Chris ......................................... 41 Hurlbert, James .................................. 41 Hussein, Heba .................................. 129 Hutchison, Camden ........................... 61 Hyman, Mikell................................... 73 Hymans, Jacques ............................... 25 I Iacovetta, Franca ............... 56, 102, 135 Ibrahim, Ahmed Fekry ...................... 84 Ijimakinwa, Feyisitan ........................ 24 Ikebe, Shannon .......................... 37, 147 Ingebritsen, Christine ........................ 84 Inwood, Kris ........ 4, 12, 27, 63, 97, 143 Iordachi, Constantin .................... 23, 64 Ironside, Kristy .................................. 44 Islam, Nabila ................................... 138 Ivester, Sukari .......................... 105, 121 J Jackson, Jason ................................. 103 Jaiswal, Ritesh Kumar ....................... 39 Jang, Youngook ............................... 145 Jansen, Robert ................................. 111 Jaremski, Matthew ...................... 12, 89 Jaroszynska-Kirchmann, Anna ......... 72 Javed, Umair ...................................... 93 Jeffrey, Phyllis ............................. 67, 72 Jennings, Julia ........................... 98, 143 Jenson, Jane ..................................... 117 Jessen, Mathias Hein ......................... 57 Jewell, Joseph .................... 13, 123, 133 Jobin, Shalene .................................. 108 Johnson, Kimberley ................... 85, 114 Johow, Johannes ................................ 98 Jones, Maggie .................................... 97 Jønsson, Heidi Vad ............................ 84 Joosse, Paul ..................................... 104 Jordan, Gwen ..................................... 59 Joseph, Jarod ..................................... 20 Jung, Chungse ................................... 47

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association L Ladd-Taylor, Molly ........................... 56 Laffoon, Dennis ................................... 1 Lafreniere, Donald . 5, 6, 56, 63, 81, 110 Laiz, Álvaro Morcillo .................. 70, 80 Lãkke, Anne ...................................... 99 Lallani, Shayan ................................ 113 Land, Jeremy ................................... 133 Landry, Jean-Michel ........................ 137 Langston, Nancy ................................ 56 Laniel, Jean-François....................... 105 Laperi, Eleni ...................................... 51 Laplante, Benoît .............................. 126 Lara-Millan, Armando....................... 33 Larsen, Laura ................................. 8, 85 Lauster, Nathanael ....................... 58, 83 Lavoie, Pierre .................................. 113 Lawrance, Benjamin ........................ 112 Lawson, George ............. 40, 57, 91, 138 Laxer, Emily ...................................... 50 Leao, Luciana .................................... 41 Lecours, André ................................ 122 Lee, Ha-kyoung ........................... 8, 107 Lee, James ... 12, 23, 46, 55, 64, 71, 124 Lee, Jessica Harriet............................ 65 Lee, Rennie ........................................ 71 Lee, , Monica ..................................... 78 Lefebvre, Elisabeth E. ..................... 124 Lefkovitz, Alison ............................... 95 Lemons, Katherine .................... 87, 137 Lenon, Suzanne ................................. 95 Leonard, Susan Hautaniemi . 13, 29, 36, 85, 99 Levenson, Zachary .......................... 148 Levi, Ron ........................................... 96 Levy, Carolyn .................................... 95 Levy, Juliette ............................. 63, 125 Lewis, Carolyn .................................. 95 Lewis, Joshua .......................... 116, 142 Li, Chihua ........................................ 132 Li, Ji ................................................... 40 Li, Lantian ......................................... 45 Li, Xiangning ............................... 23, 71 Li, Yao ............................................. 139 Liang, Chen ....................................... 46 Lichterman, Paul................................ 21 Lieberman, Robert ..................... 85, 122 Lindert, Peter ..................................... 88 Liskova, Katerina .............................. 76 Little, Daniel ........ 12, 46, 101, 119, 127 Little, Jani .......................................... 29 Littlejohn, Andrew .......................... 103 Liu, Lisong ........................................ 65 Lleras-Muney, Adriana ................... 109

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Lo, Ming-Cheng ............................... 103 Logan, John .................................. 22, 35 Logan, Trevon ......................27, 88, 108 Lomonosov, Matvey .................. 34, 104 Longazel, Jamie ............................... 100 Lorenzkowski, Barbara ...................... 69 Louckx, Kaat ...................................... 41 Loughran, Kevin ................................ 75 Lowton, Zubeida .......................... 8, 105 Lucas, Jack ................................. 86, 122 Lucassen, Leo ............................... 55, 84 Ludwig, Gundula ............................... 87 Luft, Aliza ............... 13, 49, 84, 94, 114 Lumey, L.H. ..................................... 132 Lurtz, Casey ....................................... 85 Luthman, Johanna ............................ 149 Ly, Carolyn ........................................ 45 Lynch, Katherine .............................. 3, 7 Lyttelton, Thomas ............................ 107 M Maccari-Clayton, Marina ................... 13 MacColman, Leslie ............................ 58 MacCormac, Katherine ........................ 8 Mack, Ryan ........................................ 96 MacKay, Joseph ............................... 147 Mackintosh, Phillip .................. 119, 126 MacLennan, Anne ............................ 132 Maggard, Alicia ................................. 58 Magnuson, Diana ............................... 70 Mahler, Matthew ...................... 114, 138 Mahon, Rianne ........................... 92, 137 Malczewski, Eric ........................ 70, 144 Mandemakers, Kees 44, 55, 79, 90, 118 Manerjee, Kiran ............................... 147 Manoukian, Setrag ........................... 137 Manovich, Ellen ................................. 13 Marein, Brian ..................................... 97 Marinescu, Ioana ................................ 27 Marquez-Colin, Graciela.................. 125 Martin, Isaac ............................... 83, 145 Martin, Jean .................................. 37, 91 Martinez-Cola, Marisela ....13, 123, 128 Martone, Lisalou ................................ 81 Masood, Syeda ................................... 43 Massey, Catherine .................. 44, 79, 97 Mathew, Johan ................................. 117 Matos, Yalidy ........................... 104, 128 Matthews, Morgan ............................. 59 Matthijs, Koen .................................. 118 Mattingly, Doreen .............................. 51 Maurer, Noel ........................80, 97, 139 Maximov, Maxim............................. 145 Maximova, Svetlana......................... 145


42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Maxwell-Stewart, Hamish ................. 79 May, Vanessa .................................... 95 Maynes, Mary Jo ................. 27, 60, 124 Mayrl, Damon . 13, 73, 88, 96, 121, 128 Mazumder, Bhashkar ........................ 35 Mazur, Lyudmila ............................... 36 McCabe, Joshua................................. 83 McCamant, Jane .............................. 142 McCants, Anne ............................ 4, 134 McCarthy, Michael........ 13, 74, 94, 147 McCourt, David ................. 48, 138, 147 McCray, Lucinda M. ......................... 53 McDonnell, Erin ................................ 41 McElderry, Christina ......................... 83 McKinson, Kimberley ..................... 148 Mclean, Paul ...................................... 38 McLean, Paul............................. 38, 125 McManus, Matthew ........................ 141 Meadow, Tey ................................... 129 Mears, Ashley .................................... 78 Mehrotra, Ajay ................................ 145 Meier, Jean-Marie ............................. 28 Meisterlin, Leah........................... 22, 54 Merand, Frédéric ......................... 48, 91 Mercier, Frédéric ............................... 34 Merithew, Caroline............ 64, 101, 130 Meron, Orly ..................................... 143 Meroño-Peñuela, Albert .................... 70 Merriman, Ben................................. 142 Meskill, David ................................... 70 Méthot, Mélanie ................................ 52 Meunier, Etienne ............................... 75 Meyer, Evan ...................................... 45 Michelmore, Molly...... 13, 66, 136, 145 Michlic, Joanna ................................. 27 Mikecz, Jeremy ................................. 29 Miller, Melinda .................................. 97 Miller, Pavla .............................. 60, 137 Milloy, Jeremy............................. 46, 54 Milson, Andrew ............................... 110 Mincyte, Diana .................................. 23 Mineau, Geraldine ............................. 90 Minnite, Lorraine................................. 6 Minns, Chris ...................................... 27 Miskinzod, Dilofarid ......................... 90 Mitch, David ........................................ 5 Mitrani, Sam ...................................... 20 Mitter, Adrian .................................... 26 Molinaro, Dennis ..................... 120, 135 Moll, Veera ...................................... 115 Moloney, Deirdre M ........................ 120 Monroy, Tania Gutierrez ................. 130 Moore, Paul ..................................... 132 Morais, Chantell ................................ 78

Morgan, Kimberly.................... 114, 121 Moring, Beatrice ........................ 36, 117 Mossin, Christiane ............................. 57 Moumtaz, Nada ................................ 137 Mouton, Michelle ......................... 20, 27 Mowry, Robert ............................. 43, 61 Mozaffari, Nahid ................................ 24 Mudge, Stephanie L .13, 47, 67, 74, 147 Mullally, Sasha................................... 22 Müller, Bea......................................... 87 Mullins, Daniel................................... 38 Mulvad, Andreas ................................ 57 Murphy, Alex ................................... 114 Murray, Christopher ................... 83, 104 Murray, Josh....................................... 37 Myers, Tamara ............................. 52, 60 Myrda, Grzegorz .............................. 110 N Nadasen, Premilla .............................. 86 Naftali, Orna....................................... 27 Nagata, Mary Louise ........... 5, 6, 12, 36, ............................................. 53, 62, 117 Naknoi, Kanda ................................. 133 Nardin, Sabrina .................................. 32 Nations, Jennifer .............................. 133 Navarro, Sandra ................................. 27 Navon, Daniel .................................... 28 Nay, Yv .............................................. 87 Nedostup, Rebecca ........................... 146 Neep, Daniel............................. 138, 148 Neitz, Sarah ........................................ 34 Nelson, Marie Clark ........................... 90 Nelson, Matt ........................... 12, 53, 98 Nelson, Robert ................................. 100 Nelson, Samuel .................. 13, 105, 114 Nessim, Tim ....................................... 46 Neumann, Tracy ........................... 50, 54 Newell, Dianne................................. 108 Newman, Simeon J. ......................... 148 Newman-Grigg, Erin.......................... 92 Niemesh, Gregory ............................ 108 Nilsson, Anton ................................... 35 Nilsson, Ulrika Lagerlöf .................... 90 Noellert, Matthew .................. 23, 55, 71 Norton, Matthew .................... 25, 43, 70 Noy, Shiri ........................................... 13 Noyanzina, Oksana .......................... 145 Nunez-Mietz, Fernando ..................... 48 Nuvolari, Alessandro ......................... 97 Nyberg, Ferdinand ......................... 8, 79

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association O Ó Gráda, Cormac ............................... 89 Oberlin, Kathleen (Casey) ........... 12, 96 Obert, Jonathan .................................. 20 O'Brien, John ..................................... 24 Ogasawara, Kota................................ 21 Oliver, Mariana................................ 129 Olmstead, Alan L. ............................... 5 Olsen, Stephanie .............................. 116 Olson, Sherry ............................. 90, 126 Omelchenko, Daria .......................... 145 Onasch, Elizabeth ................ 13, 84, 121 Orloff, Ann ................ 51, 114, 122, 129 Osten, Sarah ....................................... 32 Ottosson, Anders ............................... 53 Owens, Tammy................................ 124 Owolabi, Olukunle ................ 33, 41, 83 Oxley, Les .......................................... 63 P Pacewicz, Josh ........................... 88, 100 Panofsky, Aaron .................. 28, 89, 125 Park, Hyun Ok ................................. 112 Park, Tina M. ..................................... 67 Parker, Jeffrey.................................. 129 Parrenas, Rhacel .............................. 122 Parrinello, Giacomo........................... 37 Parvez, Fareen ........................... 73, 146 Paskoff, Taylor .................................. 36 Pasto, James S. ................................ 102 Pedraza, Silvia ......................... 102, 127 Peltola, Jarmo ............................ 21, 118 Pemberton, Hugh ............................... 47 Perdue, Peter ...................................... 12 Pérez, Santiago .......................... 27, 142 Perez-Maldonado, Edgardo ............. 115 Perlestam, Magnus .......................... 107 Perlman, Elisabeth ............... 89, 97, 109 Pernell, Kim ................................. 25, 41 Petersen, Klaus .................................. 25 Petit-Konczyk, Muriel ..................... 125 Petralia, Sergio .................................. 97 Petzke, Martin.................................... 24 Pfaff, Steve ...................................... 144 Pieper-Mooney, Jadwiga ................... 13 Pierson, Lee ....................................... 51 Pilcher, Jeffrey ................................... 39 Pino, FranciscoJ. ................................ 28 Plys, Kristin ................................. 57, 91 Poling, Kristin............................ 75, 115 Pooley, Colin ....................... 54, 82, 119 Pooley, Ian ....................................... 134 Pooley, Marilyn ............................... 119 Popa-Andrei, Mirela .......................... 61

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Pouliot, Vincent ................................. 48 Poutanen, Mary Anne ................ 34, 126 Prasad, Monica ........................... 83, 103 Prince, Janis...................................... 123 Probert, Rebecca ................................ 52 Pryma, Jane ........................................ 96 Pugliese, Maude ............................... 108 Purdue, Simon .................................. 106 Puschmann, Paul ...................... 118, 143 Putnam, Lara .......................... 31, 39, 48 Q Quadri, Junaid .................................. 137 Quaranta, Luciana ...................... 79, 118 R Rabig, Julia ....................................... 123 Rahn, Wendy .................................... 109 Ramanathan, Kumar........................... 51 Ramand, Peter .................................... 47 Ramiro-Fariñas, Diego ......................... 6 Ramm, Alejandra ............................... 95 Rankins, Noah .................................... 61 Rasit, Huseyin ................................ 8, 93 Ravagnoli, Violetta .......................... 113 Ravi, Srilata ................................ 64, 120 Ray, Arthur J. ................................... 108 Razo, Andrea .................................... 121 Reed, Isaac ...........................52, 89, 127 Reeder, Linda ...................13, 31, 38, 72 Remes, Jacob ...................................... 54 Ren, Yunzhu ....................................... 46 Rendon, Maria .................................... 96 Revuelta-Eugercios, Barbara ............. 99 Reyes, Victoria ................................... 50 Reynolds, Celene ............................. 129 Rhode, Paul ........................................ 29 Rhue, Steven ...................................... 36 Ricard, Nathalie ................................. 34 Ricatti, Francesco ............................... 39 Ricucci, Roberta ................................. 38 Riedke, Eva ........................................ 81 Ritterbusch, Reed ............................... 45 Roberto, Elizabeth .............................. 71 Roberts, Evan .... 7, 27, 63, 98, 109, 132 Roberts, Phillip................................... 36 Robertson, Christopher ...................... 96 Robinson, Christopher ....................... 99 Robinson, John ................................. 100 Rocco, Philip .................................... 113 Rodríguez-Muñiz, Michael ................ 67 Roehrkasse, Alexander ................ 71, 95 Roll, Michael ...................................... 41 Ron-El, Yaniv .................................. 103


42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Rose, Hilary ..................................... 108 Rosen, Charlotte ................................ 51 Rosenfeld, Rachel .............................. 56 Roth, Benita ............................. 117, 149 Roth, Randolph .................................. 69 Rouleau, Laura .................................. 43 Rousseau, Yvan ................................. 86 Roychowdhury, Poulami ......... 122, 129 Ruberto, Laura E. ............................ 102 Ruef, Martin ...................................... 35 Rufrancos, Hector .............................. 21 Ruggles, Steven ........... 4, 7, 29, 70, 100 Rumboldt, Jessica ........................ 69, 78 Rusterholz, Caroline ................ 126, 130 Rutzou, Timothy .............................. 119 S Saaritsa, Sakari .......................... 21, 118 Saeed, Sadia ................................. 49, 73 Salvatore, Armando ..................... 24, 73 Salzmann, Ariel ............................... 147 Sani, Hanisah Binte A ....................... 33 Sanli, Ayse ......................................... 82 Sass, Jensen ............................... 79, 103 Sattenspiel, Lisa................................. 36 Savage, Gail L. .................................. 68 Scarlett, Sarah Fayen ........... 63, 81, 110 Schacher, Yael ................................. 120 Schall, Carly ...................................... 84 Schlichting, Kurt ................. 45, 63, 110 Schluessel, Eric T. ........................... 146 Schmidt, Allison ................................ 92 Schmidt, Dana ................................... 36 Schmidtman, Daniel .......................... 45 Schoots, Jonathan .............................. 83 Schrader, Stuart ................................. 30 Schroeder, Jonathan ........................ 100 Schrover, Marlou ........... 56, 82, 92, 115 Schuster, Steven Sprick ....... 12, 89, 108 Schwartz, Michael ....................... 37, 74 Schwartz, Robert ......................... 12, 37 Schwartzman, Luisa Farah ................ 93 Sciorra, Joseph......................... 102, 113 Scrivener, Lee .................................... 68 Segal, Ethan ....................................... 38 Seida, Kimberly ............................... 122 Sen, Neslihan ..................................... 22 Sendroiu, Ioana .................................. 96 Sevelsted, Anders .............................. 74 Severnini, Edson .............................. 142 Severson, Sarah ............................... 142 Sewpaul, Vishanthie .......................... 47 Shaw, Candice ................................. 122 Shaw, David Gary ........................... 134

Shen, Yibing....................................... 55 Shiff, Talia ......................................... 82 Shirazi, Sam ..................................... 122 Sieber, Renee ..................................... 71 Silva, Meyre ..................................... 149 Silva, Rui ............................................ 28 Silver, Daniel ..................................... 78 Sima, Ana Victoria............................. 70 Sinke, Suzanne ............................. 31, 38 Siodla, James .................................... 108 Sisinni, John ..................................... 113 Sjöberg, Maria ............................ 90, 106 Skarpelis, Anna ............................ 58, 93 Skotnicki, Tad ............................ 12, 107 Sloan, Julia ................................... 26, 32 Slon, Marek ...................................... 110 Slonosky, Victoria.............................. 71 Smiley, Kevin..................................... 68 Smith, Chris ....................................... 20 Smith, Christi M. ........................ 74, 133 Smith, Ken ......................... 90, 109, 132 Smith, Samuel .............................. 23, 81 Søland, Birgitte .......................... 27, 141 Sommerseth, Hilde ........................... 118 Son, Jaesok ......................................... 55 Song, Eunkyung ................................. 34 Sopanen, Matleena ......................... 8, 40 Sotelo, Luis Serratos .......................... 35 Southall, Humphrey ..................... 63, 71 Spielman, Seth ................................... 29 Spillman, Lyn ............................... 50, 52 Stachura, Joshua ................................. 89 Stanley, Amy ...................................... 31 Steckel, Richard ......................... 97, 132 Steinmetz, George .................... 101, 119 Steward, Dan .............................. 80, 109 Steward, Daniel .................................... 7 St-Hilaire, Marc ................................. 91 Stillwagon, Ryan .............................. 139 Stivers, Abby .............................. 79, 109 Straus, Emily .................................... 114 Strauss, Jill ....................................... 128 Streeter, Carrie ......................... 8, 36, 53 Stulberg, Lisa ..................................... 85 Sugden, Keith ................................... 134 Sugden, Roger .................................. 134 Sugrue, Thomas ............................... 3, 7 Sukdeo, Vanisha ................................ 30 Summerfield, Fraser ..................... 27, 35 Sun, Anna ......................................... 144 Sutch, Richard .................................... 88 Svedin, Glenn ............................... 12, 69 Svensson, Patrick ............. 13, 56, 85, 90 Sweeny, Robert 7, 29, 44, 117, 126, 133

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42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Sweet, Paige ...................................... 34 Swietlicki, Mateusz ................... 27, 141 Sy, Nicholas ....................................... 71 Sylvester, Kenneth ................... 4, 29, 91 Szymanski, Mallory........................... 53 T Tabakoglu, Bahar .............................. 93 Tai, Jeremy ........................................ 87 Takai, Yukari ..................................... 39 Talukdar, Jaita ........................... 53, 106 Tamáska, Máté .................................. 26 Taparata, Evan ................................... 65 Taschereau, Sylvie ............................. 86 Tatarek, Nancy .................. 5, 12, 36, 99 Taylor, Charles ........................ 105, 128 Tebbutt, Melanie.............................. 116 Telfer, Thomas .................................. 61 Thelle, Mikkel ................................... 54 Thompson, Debra .............. 85, 114, 122 Thompson, John B. .......................... 146 Thorelli, Johanna ............................. 116 Thorpe, Jr, Lee .......................... 75, 130 Thorvaldsen, Gunnar ................... 70, 79 Thurber, Tim...................................... 13 Thurston, Chloe ................................. 85 Tolley, Kim........................................ 12 Tomory, Leslie .................................. 37 Tong, Guangyu .................................. 88 Torgerson, Jesse .............................. 134 Torpey, John .................................... 112 Torrie, Virginia ............................ 23, 61 Touchelay, Beatrice ........................... 66 Tough, Frank ................................... 108 Travis, Charles ................................... 22 Trepal, Dan ........................................ 12 Trepal, Daniel ...................... 63, 81, 110 Trevizo, Dolores ................................ 72 Troesken, Werner ............................ 116 Troitskaia, Irina ............................... 110 Trout, Amber ................................... 115 Tso, Lai Sze ............................... 56, 101 Tubi, Omri ......................................... 41 Tynan, Nicola ............................ 68, 116 Tynen, Sarah .................................... 146 Tzeggai, Fithawee ........................... 133 U Ueda, Reed ........................................ 33 Ugbudian, Lucky Igohosa ................... 8 Ugur, Dolunay ................................... 82 Ulianova, Galina .............................. 110 Umlauf, Rene ..................................... 81 Umoh, Samuel ................... 43, 102, 139

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Usmani, Adaner ......................... 96, 111 Utama, Rahardhika............................. 30 V Vaiserman, Alexander...................... 132 Valen, Dustin...................................... 75 Välimäki, Matti .................................. 24 Van Dijk, Ingrid ............................... 118 van Dongen, Elien .............................. 35 van Galen, Cornelius .......................... 71 van Rahden, Till ................................. 26 Van Riper, David ....................... 29, 100 van Rossem, Tina ............................. 118 van 't Hul, Leonard ............................. 49 Van Wyck, Brian.............................. 127 VanderMeer, Philip .............................. 7 Vanzella-Yang, Adam...................... 115 Vasta, Michelangelo........................... 97 Velk, Tom ........................................ 134 Venditto, Elizabeth...........13, 47, 65, 82 Vezina, Helene ................................... 90 Vickers, Chris ..................................... 35 Vidal-Robert, Jordi............................. 28 Vijayakumar, Gowri........................... 86 Villarreal, Ana .................................. 105 Villegas, Celso ................................. 107 Viterna, Jocelyn S. ........................... 122 Von Glahn, Richard ......................... 124 VonBokel, Aimee............................. 114 Vosters, Teuntje ....................... 8, 82, 92 Vu, Tuong .......................................... 31 Vukadinovic, Vojin Sasa ................... 51 W Wachsmuth, David ............................. 75 Waight, Hannah ................................. 96 Walker, Pamela .................................. 68 Walter, Amanda ................................. 64 Walters, Kevin.................................... 61 Wang, Juan ................................... 31, 66 Wang, Liping................................ 55, 80 Wang, Yuqian .................................... 46 Ward, Max........................................ 146 Warner, Judy ........................................ 6 Weaver, Michael .................... 23, 71, 81 Weaver, Timothy ............................. 122 Weber, Kent ..................................... 121 Wegge, Simone ...................... 4, 89, 125 Weiman, David .................................. 89 Weinstein, Liza ........................ 105, 148 Weiss, Catherine .............................. 140 Werther, Steffen ............................... 148 Wherry, Frederick F ...........3, 7, 15, 131 White, Alexandre ......................... 49, 57


42nd Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association White, Lynn T. .................................. 31 Wilkinson, Steven ............................. 40 Willfuehr, Kai Pierre ......................... 98 Williams, Jeremy ............................. 123 Williams, Michael ............................. 40 Williams, Nora Webb ........................ 80 Williamson, Vanessa ......................... 83 Wilmot, Zachary .......................... 26, 67 Wilson, Nicholas ......... 40, 88, 103, 121 Wimmer, Andreas ............................. 73 Winchester, Daniel .............. 40, 52, 136 Windeler, Malou ................................ 68 Windover, Michael .......................... 132 Winkvist, Hanna Markusson ............. 59 Winling, LaDale ................................ 50 Wohlrab-Sahr, Monika .............. 24, 105 Wolff, Cristina Scheibe ................... 149 Wong, Joseph .................................... 31 Woodside, Christine .......................... 51 Wu, Lingfei ..................................... 144 Wu, Lingwei .................................... 117 Wuestner, Karl-Heinz...................... 102 Wunsch, James .................................. 42 Wurm, Gregory ............................... 146 Wurpts, Bernd ............................. 8, 144 Wyrtzen, Jonathan ................... 6, 49, 73 Wyzga, Mateusz ................................ 62

Zhang, Yueran .................................... 25 Zhao, Mengyue ................................ 134 Zheng, Yunyan ............................. 26, 28 Zhou, Luyang ..................................... 55 Zick, Cathleen .................................... 36 Zijdeman, Richard .............................. 79 Zimmerman, Sarah ........................... 128 Zippel, Kathrin ......................... 106, 117 Zubrzycki, Geneviève ................ 95, 114 Zurabishvili, Tinatin .......................... 71

X Xing, Long ................................... 23, 71 Xu, Bin ............................................ 103 Xu, Xiaohong .............................. 55, 88 Y Yakovlyeva, Vita ............................... 43 Yang, Myungji................................. 107 Yang, Yuanxiaoyue (Artemis) ........ 116 Yavas, Mustafa ........................ 107, 138 Yayloyan, Diana ................................ 67 Yildirim, Sadullah ........................... 117 Yilmaz, Mahir ................................. 129 Young, Jr, Alford............................. 111 Yuh, Ji-Yeon ................................... 112 Z Zabolotnykh, Elizaveta...................... 99 Zalc, Claire .................................. 33, 94 Zamparutti, Louise .......................... 104 Zarakol, Ayse .............. 48, 91, 138, 147 Zelin, Madeleine .............................. 124 Zetts, Andrew .............................. 8, 141 Zhang, Lawrence ............................... 55 Zhang, Tony Huiquan ....................... 66 Zhang, Yang .................................... 144

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