SSSP 2018 Annual Meeting

Call for Papers

Listed below are the 2018 Annual Meeting Sessions.

Each participant is permitted to submit one sole-authored paper and one sole-authored critical dialogue paper, but additional co-authored papers may be submitted. Critical Dialogue sessions include short (5 minute) presentations by up to 8 authors followed by facilitated dialogue that critically explores connections among the papers. The audience will have an opportunity to participate in the dialogue as well. Emphasis is placed on exploring interesting connections between papers with a broadly similar theme. The hope is that both presenters and the audience will have an opportunity to make new and deeper connections from their unique insights and presented ideas. Critical Dialogue sessions will not have audio-visual equipment.

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All papers must be submitted by midnight (EST) on January 31, 2018 in order to be considered.

The Networking Event: Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Publishing is designed to facilitate interaction between SSSP members from diverse disciplines at the Annual Meeting to foster interdisciplinary relationships that lead to publications. A seasoned scholar from each topic area will guide a discussion on relevant journals for submissions and tips on actually getting articles published in those journals. Both graduate student members and seasoned scholars are encouraged to attend, bringing ideas for future papers and research projects, as well as active research projects and papers that could use additional support. If you would like to participate, please click here and complete the form, listing which topic areas you are most interested in collaborating on. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. A. Javier Treviño at sssp2018programchair@gmail.com and Sarah A. St. John at sstjohn@mednet.ucla.edu.

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Session # Session Title Sponsor(s) Organizer(s)
1 Race, Power, and Neighborhoods
  1. Community Research and Development
  1. Eccleston, Sara M. Perisho [ sara.m.eccleston@vanderbilt.edu ]
2 Refugees, Communities, and Global Citizenship-THEMATIC
  1. Community Research and Development
  1. Stanlick, Sarah E. [ Ses409@lehigh.edu ]
3 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Case Studies of Gentrification and Neighborhood Change-THEMATIC
  1. Community Research and Development
  1. Jonason, Amy [ amy.jonason@furman.edu ]
4 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Examining Social Systems on Child Well-Being and Delinquency
  1. Community Research and Development
  2. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  3. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  4. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Le Claire, Matthew M. [ leclam1@unlv.nevada.edu ]
5 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Social Action and Liberation: Community Partnerships-THEMATIC
  1. Community Research and Development
  2. Drinking and Drugs
  3. Social Problems Theory
  1. Nowotny, Kathryn [ Kathryn.Nowotny@Miami.edu ]
6 Green Gentrification
  1. Community Research and Development
  2. Environment and Technology
  1. Lewis, Tammy [ tlewis@brooklyn.cuny.edu ]
  2. Gould, Kenneth A. [ kgould@brooklyn.cuny.edu ]
(co-organizers)
7 When the Company Leaves the Company Town: Research from Rustbelt Communities and Beyond
  1. Community Research and Development
  2. Labor Studies
  1. Rich, Meghan Ashlin [ meghan.rich@scranton.edu ]
  2. Hopwood, Junior R. [ jrhopwood60@gmail.com ]
(co-organizers)
8 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Law, Justice, and Community Engagement-THEMATIC
  1. Community Research and Development
  2. Law and Society
  1. Lucero, Jessica L. [ jessica.lucero@usu.edu ]
9 Migration, Citizenship, and Mental Health: Methods for Understanding, Impacts, and Responses
  1. Community Research and Development
  2. Society and Mental Health
  1. Trillo, Alex [ atrillo@saintpeters.edu ]
10 Housing, Mental Health, and Communities
  1. Community Research and Development
  2. Society and Mental Health
  3. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Chen, Patricia M. [ pmpan@utdallas.edu ]
11 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Co-Opting Narratives of Abolition: The Alt Right and Anglophone Abolitionist Feminism-THEMATIC
  1. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  1. Heineman, Jennifer [ anappleofdiscord@hotmail.com ]
12 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Surviving the Academy as a Marginalized Academic
  1. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  1. Gatewood, Britany J. [ britany.gatewood@bison.howard.edu ]
  2. Jackson, Anthony [ anthony.jackson@bison.howard.edu ]
(co-organizers)
13 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Harm Reduction
  1. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  2. Drinking and Drugs
  1. Dassopoulos, Andrea [ andrea.dassopoulos@unlv.edu ]
14 Student Activism: Resistance and Change-THEMATIC
  1. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  2. Educational Problems
  1. Gatewood, Britany J. [ britany.gatewood@bison.howard.edu ]
15 Environmental Activism
  1. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  2. Environment and Technology
  1. Salvaggio, Marko [ markosalvaggio@gmail.com ]
16 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Voter ID and Jim Crow
  1. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  2. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  1. Coombes, Emily [ coombes@unlv.nevada.edu ]
17 Voter Rights and Repression
  1. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  2. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  1. Darrah-Okike, Jennifer [ jdarrah@hawaii.edu ]
18 Perspectives on Sex Work: Abolition, Legalization, and Decriminalization-THEMATIC
  1. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  2. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  1. Carroll, Caitlin P. [ caitlin_carroll@utexas.edu ]
  2. Heineman, Jennifer [ anappleofdiscord@hotmail.com ]
(co-organizers)
19 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Abolition versus Reform? Controversies in Criminal Justice-THEMATIC
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  1. Freitas, Annie L. [ Anniefreitas@gmail.com ]
20 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Resistance: Individual, Community, and Organizational Responses to Racial Oppression in the Criminal Justice System-THEMATIC
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  1. Williams, Stephani [ STEPHANI.WILLIAMS@GMAIL.COM ]
21 Policing in America
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  1. Allen, Terrence Tyrone [ tallen@austin.utexas.edu ]
22 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Innovative Strategies to Repeal and Replace Mass Incarceration-THEMATIC
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  2. Drinking and Drugs
  3. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Cabin, William D. [ wcabin@umich.edu ]
23 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Crime, Delinquency, and Terrorism in Cyberspace
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  2. Environment and Technology
  1. Muschert, Glenn W. [ muschegw@MiamiOH.edu ]
  2. Schoessow, Teague O'Neil [ schoesto@miamioh.edu ]
(co-organizers)
24 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Constructions of Victims and Victimization
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  2. Institutional Ethnography
  1. Weiss, Karen G. [ KAREN.WEISS@MAIL.WVU.EDU ]
  2. Hastings, Colin [ chastings21@gmail.com ]
(co-organizers)
25 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Drug Wars in Law, Policy, and Action
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  2. Law and Society
  1. Steele, Paul D. [ steelepauld@gmail.com ]
26 Developments and Controversies in Crime Theory and Methods
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  2. Social Problems Theory
  1. Farmer, Ashley K. [ akfarme@ilstu.edu ]
  2. Gray, Andrew C. [ grayac@udel.edu ]
(co-organizers)
27 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Emerging Scholarship in Social Problems
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  2. Teaching Social Problems
  1. Williams, Stephani [ STEPHANI.WILLIAMS@GMAIL.COM ]
  2. Gray, Andrew C. [ grayac@udel.edu ]
(co-organizers)
28 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Limits of Existing Socio-Legal Approaches to Regulating Disability
  1. Disability
  1. Gould, Robert [ rgould3@uic.edu ]
29 Disability and Schooling
  1. Disability
  2. Educational Problems
  1. Green, Sara [ sagreen@usf.edu ]
30 Global Migrations of Sexualities and Disability
  1. Disability
  2. Global
  3. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  1. Welch, Melissa Jane [ mjwelch@mail.usf.edu ]
  2. Kao, Ying-Chao [ yckao0512@gmail.com ]
(co-organizers)
31 Disability and Police Violence
  1. Disability
  2. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  3. Society and Mental Health
  1. Volion, Ashley [ avolio2@uic.edu ]
32 Disabling Sport
  1. Disability
  2. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Pape, Madeleine [ madeleine.pape@gmail.com ]
33 Abolishing Exploitive Labour Practices-THEMATIC
  1. Disability
  2. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Caldwell, Kate [ kcaldw3@uic.edu ]
34 Institutional Social Controls of Disability
  1. Disability
  2. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Landes, Scott [ sdlandes@maxwell.syr.edu ]
35 Co-Morbidity and Mortality: Alcohol and Drugs
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  1. Perrone, Dina [ dina.perrone@csulb.edu ]
36 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: The Treatment Industrial Complex
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  1. Elliott, Luther [ elliott@ndri.org ]
37 Drugs, Immigration, and Policy
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  1. Valdez, Avelardo [ a.valdez@usc.edu ]
38 Emerging Marijuana Issues
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  2. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  1. Roddy, Juliette [ jroddy@umich.edu ]
  2. Lankenau, Stephen [ sel59@drexel.edu ]
(co-organizers)
39 Mental Health and the Opioid Epidemic
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  2. Society and Mental Health
  1. Ford, Jason [ Jason.Ford@ucf.edu ]
40 Harm Reduction: Contexts, Populations, and Approaches
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  2. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Guarino, Honoria [ guarino@ndri.org ]
41 Deaths of Despair
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  2. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Furst, R. Terry [ TFURST3334@AOL.COM ]
42 Education and Immigration: Borders, Politics, and Culture
  1. Educational Problems
  1. Vaquera, Elizabeth [ evaquera@gwu.edu ]
43 Gender, Sexuality, and Education
  1. Educational Problems
  1. Morency, Patricia [ pmorency821@gmail.com ]
44 School Climate for LGBT Students
  1. Educational Problems
  1. Mayberry, Maralee [ mayberry@usf.edu ]
45 Education in the Age of Resegregation-THEMATIC
  1. Educational Problems
  2. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  1. Gambone, Mollie A. [ mad432@drexel.edu ]
46 Education and Social Mobility Pathways
  1. Educational Problems
  2. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  1. Waldron, Linda M. [ lwaldron@cnu.edu ]
47 Corporate Influences in Public Education and Policy
  1. Educational Problems
  2. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  1. Miner, Michael A. [ minerm@uwm.edu ]
48 Problems in Higher Education: Resistance and Transformation-THEMATIC
  1. Educational Problems
  2. Social Problems Theory
  1. Johnson, Keith R. [ keithjohnson101@gmail.com ]
49 Empowering Minds and Bodies: Sport and Education
  1. Educational Problems
  2. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Follo, Giovanna [ giovanna.follo@wright.edu ]
50 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Abolishing Environmental Injustice-THEMATIC
  1. Environment and Technology
  1. McKinney, Laura [ lauramc@tulane.edu ]
51 Soil Not Oil
  1. Environment and Technology
  1. Cannon, Clare [ cebcannon@ucdavis.edu ]
  2. McKinney, Laura [ lauramc@tulane.edu ]
(co-organizers)
52 Disasters and Climate Change: Local, National, and International Perspectives
  1. Environment and Technology
  1. Perez, Victor W. [ VICTORP@UDEL.EDU ]
53 Environmental Injustice in the World-System
  1. Environment and Technology
  2. Global
  1. Deb, Nikhilendu [ ndeb@vols.utk.edu ]
54 Abolishing Environmental Racism
  1. Environment and Technology
  2. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  1. Harvey, Daina Cheyenne [ dharvey@holycross.edu ]
55 Environmental Law and Policies
  1. Environment and Technology
  2. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Nurse, Angus [ a.nurse@mdx.ac.uk ]
56 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Teaching Environmental Social Problems
  1. Environment and Technology
  2. Teaching Social Problems
  1. Robinson, Erin E. [ robinso5@canisius.edu ]
57 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Family
  1. Family
  1. Haskin, Jennifer [ jhaskin5@asu.edu ]
58 Life Course Perspectives and Family
  1. Family
  1. Dillaway, Heather [ DILLAWAY@WAYNE.EDU ]
59 Families and Poverty
  1. Family
  1. Kelly, E. Brooke [ BROOKE.KELLY@UNCP.EDU ]
60 Mixed-Status Families in the U.S. and Across Borders
  1. Family
  2. Global
  1. Rodriguez, Cassaundra [ cassaundra.rodriguez@unlv.edu ]
61 Family, Health, and Employment
  1. Family
  2. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  1. Haskin, Jennifer [ jhaskin5@asu.edu ]
62 Social Organization of Family
  1. Family
  2. Institutional Ethnography
  1. Karnad-Jani, Rashmee [ rashmee.karnad.jani@mail.utoronto.ca ]
63 Supporting Work-Life Balance–‘The Impossible Dream’?
  1. Family
  2. Labor Studies
  1. Engeman, Cassandra [ cassandra.engeman@sofi.su.se ]
64 Families and Mass Incarceration
  1. Family
  2. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  1. Macfarlane, Rachel Teressa [ macfarla@unlv.nevada.edu ]
65 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Global
  1. Global
  1. Ghosh, Apoorva [ apoorva.ghosh@uci.edu ]
66 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Race and Gender in the Global Context
  1. Global
  1. Sugrue, Noreen M. [ nsugrue@illinois.edu ]
67 Global Movements for Social Justice
  1. Global
  1. Morosin, Alessandro [ amoro001@ucr.edu ]
  2. Rodriguez Fernandez, Gisela V. [ rgisela@pdx.edu ]
(co-organizers)
68 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Race, Colonization, and Decolonization
  1. Global
  2. Institutional Ethnography
  3. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  1. Parada, Henry [ HPARADA@RYERSON.CA ]
69 Law, Human Rights, and Genocide
  1. Global
  2. Law and Society
  1. Kinney, Edith [ edith.kinney@sjsu.edu ]
70 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Uncertainty in Political Discourse
  1. Global
  2. Social Problems Theory
  1. Smith, Jason A. [ jasonsm55@gmail.com ]
71 International Migration Across the Life Course
  1. Global
  2. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Erdmans, Mary Patrice [ mary.erdmans@case.edu ]
72 Abolitionist Approaches to Health: Exploring Alternative Health Systems in the U.S.-THEMATIC
  1. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  1. Walkover, Lillian [ lily.walkover@ucsf.edu ]
73 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Health Equity Today/Knowledge Boundaries Within Health: A Consideration of Interdisciplinarity
  1. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  1. Cruz, Taylor M. [ Taylor.Cruz@ucsf.edu ]
74 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  1. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  1. Nicdao, Ethel [ enicdao@pacific.edu ]
  2. Paterniti, Debora [ debora.paterniti@sonoma.edu ]
(co-organizers)
75 Work Processes and Emotional Labor in Health Care
  1. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  2. Institutional Ethnography
  1. Basaran, Oyman [ obasaran@bowdoin.edu ]
  2. Ringham, Cathy [ clringha@ucalgary.ca ]
(co-organizers)
76 Law, Health, and the Body
  1. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  2. Law and Society
  1. Nalepa, Elizabeth [ elizabeth.nalepa@case.edu ]
77 Sexuality, Health, and Health Care
  1. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  2. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  3. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Paine, Emily Allen [ e.paine@utexas.edu ]
  2. Harmon, Stacy [ stacy.harmon7@gmail.com ]
(co-organizers)
78 Theoretical Approaches to Medicalization and Mental Health
  1. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  2. Social Problems Theory
  3. Society and Mental Health
  1. Huang, Hwa-Yen [ hhuang@sociology.rutgers.edu ]
  2. Tartari, Morena [ morena.tartari@unipd.it ]
(co-organizers)
79 Medicaid Expansion and Contraction
  1. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  2. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Sayre, Molly Malany [ mms3595@gmail.com ]
80 New Directions in Institutional Ethnography
  1. Institutional Ethnography
  1. Eastwood, Lauren [ eastwole@plattsburgh.edu ]
81 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Profiling George Smith's Work and Institutional Ethnography Activism
  1. Institutional Ethnography
  1. Hastings, Colin [ chastings21@gmail.com ]
82 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Methodological Conversations in Institutional Ethnography: Making Visible the Invisible
  1. Institutional Ethnography
  1. Nichols, Naomi [ naomi.nichols@mcgill.ca ]
  2. Malenfant, Jayne [ jayne.malenfant@mail.mcgill.ca ]
(co-organizers)
83 Invisible Work as Part of the Job
  1. Institutional Ethnography
  2. Labor Studies
  1. Fisher, Alison [ alison_fisher@edu.yorku.ca ]
  2. Sugrue, Noreen M. [ nsugrue@illinois.edu ]
(co-organizers)
84 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Social Organization of Knowledge
  1. Institutional Ethnography
  2. Teaching Social Problems
  1. Campbell, Marie L. [ MARIECAM@UVIC.CA ]
85 The Politics of Getting Labor to Support an Abolition of Capitalism-THEMATIC
  1. Labor Studies
  1. Friedman, Samuel R. [ FRIEDMAN@NDRI.ORG ]
86 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Alternatives to Capitalist Economic Formations–or Not?
  1. Labor Studies
  1. Bush, Melanie E. L. [ MELANIE.E.L.BUSH@GMAIL.COM ]
87 The Varieties of Precarity
  1. Labor Studies
  1. Gonos, George [ ggonos@fiu.edu ]
  2. Krasas, Jackie [ jkr205@lehigh.edu ]
(co-organizers)
88 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: The Working Poor
  1. Labor Studies
  2. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  1. Vargas, Tracy L. [ tlpeterc@syr.edu ]
89 The Rise of Adjunct Faculty: The Elephant in the Room
  1. Labor Studies
  2. Social Problems Theory
  1. Pagnucco, Nicholas [ npagnucco@gmail.com ]
  2. Petonito, Gina [ petonig@miamioh.edu ]
(co-organizers)
90 The Hostile Work Environment
  1. Labor Studies
  2. Society and Mental Health
  1. Johnson, Keith R. [ keithjohnson101@gmail.com ]
91 Sports Analogies and Workplace Culture–The Language of Exploitation
  1. Labor Studies
  2. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Chaganti, Sara [ schagant@brandeis.edu ]
92 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Abolitionism and the Law
  1. Law and Society
  1. Kinney, Edith [ edith.kinney@sjsu.edu ]
93 Law and In/Justice
  1. Law and Society
  1. Linders, Annulla [ annulla.linders@uc.edu ]
94 Law, Class Inequality, and Social Stratification
  1. Law and Society
  1. Durante, Katherine A. [ katherine.durante@nsc.edu ]
95 Sexuality, Gender, and the Law
  1. Law and Society
  2. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  1. Klein, Lloyd [ lklein@lagcc.cuny.edu ]
96 Theorizing Resistance and Social Justice Action-THEMATIC
  1. Law and Society
  2. Social Problems Theory
  1. McGladrey, Margaret [ mlmc229@uky.edu ]
97 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: The Changing Face of Poverty-THEMATIC
  1. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  1. Chen, Patricia M. [ pmpan@utdallas.edu ]
98 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Rural/Urban Interface of Poverty-THEMATIC
  1. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  1. Francis, Robert [ rfranc15@jhu.edu ]
99 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Race and Resistance Pre- and Post- Trump
  1. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  1. Jackson, Omari [ omari.jackson@morgan.edu ]
  2. Aslam, Awish [ aaslam5@uwo.ca ]
(co-organizers)
100 Queer Leadership in Racial Minorities
  1. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  1. Walther, Carol S. [ cwalther@niu.edu ]
101 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Race, Space, and Cultural: Urban Demography and Cultural Production
  1. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  1. Hinkson, Leslie R. [ lrh27@georgetown.edu ]
102 Race/Ethnicity and Sport
  1. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  2. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Adjepong, Anima [ adjepong@simmons.edu ]
103 Teaching Race
  1. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  2. Teaching Social Problems
  1. Strmic-Pawl, Hephzibah V. [ Hephzibah@gmail.com ]
104 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Sexualities on the Edge
  1. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  1. Asbury, Kathleen A. [ kasbury@ccp.edu ]
105 Abolitionist Theory and Sexual Justice-THEMATIC
  1. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  1. Ormsbee, J. Todd [ todd.ormsbee@sjsu.edu ]
106 Sexuality and Social Policy
  1. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  1. Gouweloos, Julie [ gouwelj@mcmaster.ca ]
107 Sexuality and Bodies
  1. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  2. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Pape, Madeleine [ madeleine.pape@gmail.com ]
108 Teaching Sexuality and Sexual Responsibility
  1. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  2. Teaching Social Problems
  1. Schroer, Sandra E. [ SSCHROER@MUSKINGUM.EDU ]
109 Power and Privilege in Sex-Gender Systems
  1. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  2. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. McGladrey, Margaret [ mlmc229@uky.edu ]
110 New Work in Social Problems Theory
  1. Social Problems Theory
  1. Stout, Joshua H. [ jhstout@udel.edu ]
111 Memory, Identity, and Emotion in Social Problems
  1. Social Problems Theory
  1. Lane, David C. [ dlane@udel.edu ]
112 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Abolitionism and the State-THEMATIC
  1. Social Problems Theory
  1. Carlson, Jennifer [ jennifercarlson@email.arizona.edu ]
  2. Andrist, Lester H. [ les.andrist@gmail.com ]
(co-organizers)
113 Beyond Acculturation: New Approaches to the Study of Culture and Mental Health
  1. Society and Mental Health
  1. Burgos, Giovani [ gburgos@adelphi.edu ]
114 The Impact of Racism on Mental Health
  1. Society and Mental Health
  1. Ray, Rashawn [ rjray@umd.edu ]
115 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Abolishing the Life Course Impact of Inequality on Aging and Mental Health-THEMATIC
  1. Society and Mental Health
  1. Garcia, Marc A. [ marcagar@utmb.edu ]
116 Mental Health and Sport
  1. Society and Mental Health
  2. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Pericak, Kaitlin A. [ PERICAKK@GMAIL.COM ]
117 Innovative Strategies to Address Reducing Housing Insecurity and Homelessness-THEMATIC
  1. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Carey, Caitlin A. [ caitlin.carey001@umb.edu ]
118 The Influence of Paternalism in Social Welfare Policy and Practice
  1. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Houser, Linda [ ldhouser@widener.edu ]
119 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: The Future of Healthcare: What Now? Starting from Scratch.-THEMATIC
  1. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Evans, Ethan J. [ ejevans@ucdavis.edu ]
120 Community Programming and Sports
  1. Sociology and Social Welfare
  2. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Cabin, William D. [ wcabin@umich.edu ]
121 Methodological Approaches to Studying Sport and/or the Body
  1. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Sacha, Jeffrey O. [ jsacha@ucdavis.edu ]
122 Body Liberation-THEMATIC
  1. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Follo, Giovanna [ giovanna.follo@wright.edu ]
123 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Collaborative Teaching Across International Boundaries-THEMATIC
  1. Teaching Social Problems
  1. Bush, Melanie E. L. [ MELANIE.E.L.BUSH@GMAIL.COM ]
124 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Media and Pedagogy
  1. Teaching Social Problems
  1. Andrist, Lester H. [ les.andrist@gmail.com ]
125 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Teaching Social Problems
  1. Teaching Social Problems
  1. Andrist, Lester H. [ les.andrist@gmail.com ]
126 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Montez, Jennifer Karas [ jmontez@maxwell.syr.edu ]
  2. Yera, Theresa A. [ thyera@syr.edu ]
(co-organizers)
127 Abolitionism Across the Life Course-THEMATIC
  1. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Barmon, Christina [ cbarmon@ccsu.edu ]
128 Care and Caring Across Generations
  1. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Obernesser, Laura [ lauraobe@buffalo.edu ]
129 Abolitionist Perspectives on the Immigration Enforcement Apparatus-THEMATIC
  1. Program Committee
  1. Muñiz, Ana [ anamuniz@uci.edu ]
130 Methodological Innovations by and for Directly Impacted Scholars
  1. Program Committee
  1. Muñiz, Ana [ anamuniz@uci.edu ]
131 Invoking the Spirit of Ida B. Wells: Bridging the Gap Between Disciplines to Address Black Women's Health
  1. Program Committee
  1. Jones, Lani V. [ lanivjones@gmail.com ]
132 Black Migrations in the 21st Century
  1. Program Committee
  1. Clerge, Orly [ orly.clerge@tufts.edu ]
133 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: New Research or Theoretical Agendas by Advanced Undergraduates
  1. Program Committee
  1. Wellin, Chris [ cwellin@ilstu.edu ]
134 Innovative Research Methods in the Study of Social Problems
  1. Program Committee
  1. Carter, Shannon K. [ skcarter@ucf.edu ]
135 The Politics of Precarity and the Work of Social Justice-THEMATIC
  1. Transnational Initiatives Committee
  1. Dale, John G. [ jdale@gmu.edu ]
  2. Braun, Yvonne A. [ ybraun@uoregon.edu ]
(co-organizers)