SSSP 2020 Annual Meeting

Call for Papers

All papers must be submitted by midnight (EST) on January 31, 2020 in order to be considered.

Current Server Date and Time: Saturday, November 16, 2019 (Eastern Time)

Listed below are the 2020 Annual Meeting Sessions.

Each participant is permitted to submit two co-authored papers, one sole-authored paper, and one sole-authored critical dialogue paper. 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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Session # Session Title Sponsor(s) Organizer(s)
1 Arts, Creatives, and Community: Bringing the Hope Back In-THEMATIC
  1. Community Research and Development
  1. Templer Rodrigues, Abby I. [ atemplerrodrigues@missouristate.edu ]
2 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Shifting Demographics and Community Identity in the Current Political Climate
  1. Community Research and Development
  1. Sullivan, Felicia M. [ fsullivan@jff.org ]
3 Gentrification and Community Responses-THEMATIC
  1. Community Research and Development
  1. Halasz, Judith R. [ HALASZJ@NEWPALTZ.EDU ]
  2. Rich, Meghan Ashlin [ meghan.rich@scranton.edu ]
(co-organizers)
4 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Activist Café: Community Activists and Scholars in Dialogue-THEMATIC
  1. Community Research and Development
  2. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  1. Foerster, Amy C. [ AFOERSTER@PACE.EDU ]
  2. Cunningham Stringer, Ebonie L. [ ecs296@psu.edu ]
  3. Gaddis, Jennifer [ jgaddis@wisc.edu ]
(co-organizers)
5 Green Gentrification and Food Justice
  1. Community Research and Development
  2. Environment and Technology
  1. Becerra, Marisol [ becerra.21@osu.edu ]
6 Migration, Immigration, Community, and Sanctuary Spaces-THEMATIC
  1. Community Research and Development
  2. Global
  3. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  1. Foerster, Amy C. [ AFOERSTER@PACE.EDU ]
  2. Majka, Theo J. [ tmajka1@udayton.edu ]
(co-organizers)
7 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Using Institutional Ethnography as a Tool for Community Change-THEMATIC
  1. Community Research and Development
  2. Institutional Ethnography
  1. Ridzi, Frank M. [ frankridzi@gmail.com ]
  2. Puddu, Cynthia [ pudduc@macewan.ca ]
(co-organizers)
8 Race and Community Justice Practices and Policies-THEMATIC
  1. Community Research and Development
  2. Law and Society
  1. Connor, Tyrell A. [ connort@newpaltz.edu ]
  2. Lucero, Jessica [ jessica.lucero@usu.edu ]
(co-organizers)
9 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Pollution and Public Health in Low Income Communities
  1. Community Research and Development
  2. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  1. McLeskey, Matthew H. [ mhmclesk@buffalo.edu ]
10 Queer Communities, Space, and Identities
  1. Community Research and Development
  2. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  1. Orne, Jason [ jo466@drexel.edu ]
11 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Decolonizing Feminism
  1. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  1. Cunningham Stringer, Ebonie L. [ ecs296@psu.edu ]
12 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Dismantle or Reform? Making Meaningful Change in Political and Social Systems-THEMATIC
  1. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  1. Awsumb, C. Michael [ c.michael.awsumb@gmail.com ]
  2. Mundt, Marcia D. [ Marcia.Mundt001@umb.edu ]
(co-organizers)
13 Victims and Survivors: Bullying and Harassment among Diverse Populations
  1. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  1. Awwad, Amani M. [ awwada@canton.edu ]
14 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Gendered Politics of Mental Health
  1. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  2. Gender
  3. Society and Mental Health
  1. Follo, Giovanna [ giovanna.follo@wright.edu ]
15 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Bringing the Hope Back In: Social Movement and Community Participation as Pedagogy-THEMATIC
  1. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  2. Teaching Social Problems
  1. Wellin, Chris [ cwellin@ilstu.edu ]
  2. Green, Ashley M. [ green28@mail.usf.edu ]
(co-organizers)
16 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Toolkits for Social Action and Change: Organizing on Campus, in the Community and Beyond-THEMATIC
  1. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  2. Teaching Social Problems
  1. Cunningham Stringer, Ebonie L. [ ecs296@psu.edu ]
17 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Rekindling Hope and Imagining a Different Future: Anti-Violence, Restorative Justice, and Criminal Justice Reform-THEMATIC
  1. Conflict, Social Action, and Change
  2. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Leviss, Perri S. [ Perri.Leviss001@umb.edu ]
18 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Prevention, Intervention, Resilience: What Works in Reducing Delinquency-THEMATIC
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  1. Victory, Eric [ etv5@zips.uakron.edu ]
19 Violent Crime in Urban Spaces
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  1. Klein, Lloyd [ lklein@lagcc.cuny.edu ]
20 Wrongful Convictions and Post-Exoneration Experiences
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  1. Estes, Michelle L. [ michelle.estes@okstate.edu ]
21 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Policing Crime and Drug Use in Rural Areas
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  2. Drinking and Drugs
  1. Branch, Michael [ mbranch@syr.edu ]
22 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Gender and Crime
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  2. Gender
  1. Williams, Stephani [ STEPHANI.WILLIAMS@GMAIL.COM ]
23 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Pathways to Reentry
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  2. Labor Studies
  3. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  1. Peralta, Robert L. [ rp32@uakron.edu ]
24 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: In the Best Interests of the Child: Experiences in Juvenile Court
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  2. Law and Society
  1. Allen, Terrence Tyrone [ ttallen@pvamu.edu ]
25 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Sex Work and Justice
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  2. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  1. Wakefield, Chris [ wakefc1@unlv.nevada.edu ]
26 Mass Shootings: Guns or Mental Health?
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  2. Society and Mental Health
  1. Sittner, Kelley J. [ kelley.sittner@okstate.edu ]
27 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence Within and Beyond #MeToo
  1. Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
  2. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Daugherty, Jacqueline [ daughejd@miamioh.edu ]
  2. Wakefield, Chris [ wakefc1@unlv.nevada.edu ]
(co-organizers)
28 Beyond Dreaming the Future of Disability Research-THEMATIC
  1. Disability
  1. Leiter, Valerie [ valerie.leiter@simmons.edu ]
29 30 Year Anniversary of the ADA: Hope for the Future-THEMATIC
  1. Disability
  1. Caldwell, Katherine [ kcaldw3@uic.edu ]
  2. Brooks, Jennifer D. [ jdbro100@syr.edu ]
(co-organizers)
30 Education and Disability
  1. Disability
  2. Educational Problems
  1. Shifrer, Dara [ dara.shifrer@gmail.com ]
  2. Fish, Rachel Elizabeth [ rachel.fish@nyu.edu ]
(co-organizers)
31 Parity and Equity in Health and Disability
  1. Disability
  2. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  3. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Geiss, Carley [ cgeiss@mail.usf.edu ]
  2. Sanchez, Belkys [ bsanchez@widener.edu ]
(co-organizers)
32 Disability and Media: Inclusion, Access, and Representation
  1. Disability
  2. Institutional Ethnography
  1. Maconi, Melinda Leigh [ mmaconi@mail.usf.edu ]
  2. Blackwell, Rebecca M. [ rblackwell@mail.usf.edu ]
(co-organizers)
33 Collective Trauma and Resilience
  1. Disability
  2. Society and Mental Health
  1. Frederick, Angela [ ahfrederick2@utep.edu ]
34 Inclusivity: Hope and Potential for Universal Design-THEMATIC
  1. Disability
  2. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Linhthasack, Monica [ mlinhthasack@csus.edu ]
35 Disability, Sport, Gaming, and Technology
  1. Disability
  2. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Egner, Justine [ jegner@uwlax.edu ]
36 Disability, Family, and Care Across the Life Span
  1. Disability
  2. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Green, Sara E. [ sagreen@usf.edu ]
  2. Barmon, Christina [ cbarmon@ccsu.edu ]
(co-organizers)
37 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Dreaming Transformation: How Social and Drug Policies Can Create a Just and Humane Society-THEMATIC
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  1. Kelley, Margaret S. [ MSKELLEY@KU.EDU ]
38 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Harm Reduction Strategies
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  1. Richardson, Lindsey [ lindsey.richardson@ubc.ca ]
39 Social Determinants of Drinking and Drug Use
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  1. Ford, Jason [ Jason.Ford@ucf.edu ]
40 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Drug Use and Intersections of Oppression
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  2. Gender
  1. Nowotny, Kathryn M. [ kathryn.nowotny@miami.edu ]
41 Cannabis Consumption: Medicalization, Legalization, and Capitalism-THEMATIC
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  2. Law and Society
  1. Lankenau, Stephen [ sel59@drexel.edu ]
42 Sexuality and Substance Use in Illegal and Legal Activities
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  2. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  1. Walters, Suzan [ suzanmwalters@gmail.com ]
  2. Victory, Eric [ etv5@zips.uakron.edu ]
(co-organizers)
43 Drugs and the Sociological Imagination: Implications for Theory and Policy-THEMATIC
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  2. Social Problems Theory
  1. Stout, Joshua [ jhstout@udel.edu ]
44 Trauma, Substance Use, and Recovery-THEMATIC
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  2. Society and Mental Health
  1. Roddy, Juliette K. [ jroddy@umich.edu ]
45 Demystifying Drug Use: Pleasure, Benefit Maximization, and Fun
  1. Drinking and Drugs
  2. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Perrone, Dina [ dina.perrone@csulb.edu ]
46 Education, Politics, and Policy
  1. Educational Problems
  1. Pearson, A. Fiona [ PEARSONAF@CCSU.EDU ]
47 Hope and Radical Transformation in Higher Education-THEMATIC
  1. Educational Problems
  1. Morency, Patricia [ pmorency821@gmail.com ]
48 How Technology is Transforming Education
  1. Educational Problems
  1. Miner, Michael A. [ minerm@uwm.edu ]
49 Bullying in Education and Work
  1. Educational Problems
  2. Gender
  1. Waldron, Linda M. [ lwaldron@cnu.edu ]
50 Education: Futures and Imaginaries in the Global Context
  1. Educational Problems
  2. Global
  1. Hou, Lydia J. [ lhou3@uic.edu ]
51 Building Pathways for Social Justice: Investigations into Educational Institutions-THEMATIC
  1. Educational Problems
  2. Institutional Ethnography
  1. Fisher, Alison [ alison_fisher@edu.yorku.ca ]
  2. Adams, LaNysha T. [ lanysha@edlinguist.com ]
(co-organizers)
52 Labor and Precarity in Higher Education
  1. Educational Problems
  2. Labor Studies
  1. Baird, Andrew [ andrew.baird@cnu.edu ]
  2. Devereaux, Taylor [ tdeverea@knights.ucf.edu ]
(co-organizers)
53 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Outsider Voices Transforming Education-THEMATIC
  1. Educational Problems
  2. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  1. Entigar, Katherine E. [ kentigar@gmail.com ]
54 Representation and Intersectionality in the College Classroom
  1. Educational Problems
  2. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  3. Teaching Social Problems
  1. Brockman, Amanda J. [ amanda.j.brockman@vanderbilt.edu ]
  2. Ivey, Asia [ ivey@ucdavis.edu ]
(co-organizers)
55 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Technology and Justice
  1. Environment and Technology
  1. Cannon, Clare [ cebcannon@ucdavis.edu ]
56 Environmental Activism-THEMATIC
  1. Environment and Technology
  1. Salvaggio, Marko [ marko.salvaggio@goucher.edu ]
  2. Velez, Thelma I. [ Velez.71@osu.edu ]
(co-organizers)
57 Geographies of Injustice: Environmental Destruction in Peripheral Countries/Areas
  1. Environment and Technology
  1. Deb, Nikhil [ ndeb@vols.utk.edu ]
58 Climate Change and Family
  1. Environment and Technology
  2. Family
  1. Mezey, Nancy J. [ nmezey@monmouth.edu ]
59 Gender, Health, and Climate Disaster
  1. Environment and Technology
  2. Gender
  3. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  1. Follo, Giovanna [ giovanna.follo@wright.edu ]
  2. Nurse, Angus [ a.nurse@mdx.ac.uk ]
(co-organizers)
60 Green New Deal: Envisioning Transformational Change-THEMATIC
  1. Environment and Technology
  2. Labor Studies
  1. Vachon, Todd E. [ todd.vachon@rutgers.edu ]
  2. Econie, Alexis [ econie@wisc.edu ]
(co-organizers)
61 Technology and Privacy
  1. Environment and Technology
  2. Law and Society
  1. Chmara, Bob [ sssp@emaildrop.biz ]
62 Theorizing Environmental Sociology in the Anthropocene-THEMATIC
  1. Environment and Technology
  2. Social Problems Theory
  1. Burns, Thomas J. [ tburns@ou.edu ]
63 Tourism and the Environment
  1. Environment and Technology
  2. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Salvaggio, Marko [ marko.salvaggio@goucher.edu ]
64 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Migrant Families and Dreaming Transformation-THEMATIC
  1. Family
  1. Wilson, Kristin J. [ krwilson@cabrillo.edu ]
65 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Families
  1. Family
  1. Wilson, Kristin J. [ krwilson@cabrillo.edu ]
66 Poverty and the Family: Bringing the Hope Back In-THEMATIC
  1. Family
  1. Kelly, E. Brooke [ brooke.kelly@uncp.edu ]
67 Gender and Work
  1. Family
  2. Gender
  3. Labor Studies
  1. Huebner, Lisa C. [ lhuebner@wcupa.edu ]
68 Power, Politics, and Family in the Global Context
  1. Family
  2. Global
  1. Ahmed, Sarah [ sahmed2@uoregon.edu ]
69 Family, Health, and Reproduction
  1. Family
  2. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  1. Siegel, Derek P. [ dpsiegel@soc.umass.edu ]
  2. Greenbrook, Josephine T. V. [ josephine.greenbrook@ed.ac.uk ]
(co-organizers)
70 Hopeful Interventions in Families-THEMATIC
  1. Family
  2. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Landsman, Miriam J. [ miriam-landsman@uiowa.edu ]
71 Family, Children, and Sports
  1. Family
  2. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Borhani, Chrischelle [ borhani@ksu.edu ]
72 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Examining Gender through Method and Methodology
  1. Gender
  1. Follo, Giovanna [ giovanna.follo@wright.edu ]
73 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Inequality. Vulnerability. Trauma. Resiliency. Resistance.
  1. Gender
  1. Follo, Giovanna [ giovanna.follo@wright.edu ]
74 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: The Feminist Sociological Imagination in Transformation-THEMATIC
  1. Gender
  1. Follo, Giovanna [ giovanna.follo@wright.edu ]
75 Reproductive Justice: Policy and Practice in 2020
  1. Gender
  2. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  3. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Daugherty, Jacqueline [ daughejd@miamioh.edu ]
  2. Ijadunola, Macellina Yinyinade [ yijadun@yahoo.com ]
(co-organizers)
76 Beyond Neoliberalism: Hope, Resistance, and Transformation in the Global South-THEMATIC
  1. Global
  1. Hikido, Annie [ ahikido@colby.edu ]
77 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Global Apartheid, Statelessness, and Social Justice
  1. Global
  1. Clarno, Andy [ aclarno@uic.edu ]
78 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Global
  1. Global
  1. Anderson, Claire [ cander3@gmu.edu ]
79 Global Health Challenges
  1. Global
  2. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  1. Hughes, Deanna J. [ deanna.j.hughes90@gmail.com ]
80 Labor in the Global Supply Chain
  1. Global
  2. Labor Studies
  1. Borstad, Melanie [ mborsta@calstatela.edu ]
81 International Criminal Justice
  1. Global
  2. Law and Society
  1. Wright, Alycia [ Alycia@boldrecklessgrace.org ]
82 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Space, Migration, and the (Trans)Formation of Global Inequality-THEMATIC
  1. Global
  2. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  1. Jacinto, Martin [ mjacint1@uci.edu ]
83 Building Hope around Health: Challenges and New Directions-THEMATIC
  1. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  1. Bergey, Meredith R. [ meredith.bergey@villanova.edu ]
84 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Health
  1. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  1. Abrahamson, Kathleen [ kaabraha@purdue.edu ]
  2. Bergey, Meredith R. [ meredith.bergey@villanova.edu ]
(co-organizers)
85 Care Economy, Care Work, and Disability in the Workplace
  1. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  2. Labor Studies
  1. Abrahamson, Kathleen [ kaabraha@purdue.edu ]
  2. Tatch, Andrew J. [ ajt277@msstate.edu ]
(co-organizers)
86 There is Hope: Advances in Research, Intervention, and Policy regarding Social Determinants of Health-THEMATIC
  1. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  2. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Cabin, William [ wcabin@umich.edu ]
87 The Interplay of Health and Sport
  1. Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
  2. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Jones, Katharine [ jonesk@philau.edu ]
88 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Putting "Hope" into Practice: Using IE to Make Real Change-THEMATIC
  1. Institutional Ethnography
  1. Hastings, Colin [ colinjh@yorku.ca ]
89 Reflexivity and the Self in Institutional Ethnography
  1. Institutional Ethnography
  1. Braimoh, Jessica [ braimoja@mcmaster.ca ]
  2. Murray, Órla Meadhbh [ orlammurray@gmail.com ]
(co-organizers)
90 The Social Organization of Knowledge
  1. Institutional Ethnography
  1. Eastwood, Lauren E. [ eastwole@plattsburgh.edu ]
91 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Inverting Parent-Child Care: New Opportunities for Social Problems Theorizing
  1. Institutional Ethnography
  2. Social Problems Theory
  3. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Leviss, Perri S. [ Perri.Leviss001@umb.edu ]
  2. Grant, Annaliese [ aegrant2@wisc.edu ]
(co-organizers)
92 Health Services and Health Policies: Transforming Institutions
  1. Institutional Ethnography
  2. Society and Mental Health
  1. Ringham, Cathy [ clringha@ucalgary.ca ]
93 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Small Wins: Institutional Ethnography, Social Work, and Social Welfare
  1. Institutional Ethnography
  2. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Johnston, Michael O. [ johnstonmo@wmpenn.edu ]
  2. Welsh, Megan [ mwelsh@sdsu.edu ]
(co-organizers)
94 Aspirational Labor: Unpaid Labor Toward Future Work-THEMATIC
  1. Labor Studies
  1. Narayan, Devika [ naray116@umn.edu ]
95 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: The Future of Work and Workers
  1. Labor Studies
  1. Wellin, Chris [ cwellin@ilstu.edu ]
96 Precarity
  1. Labor Studies
  1. Zalewski, Jacqueline M. [ jzalewski@wcupa.edu ]
97 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: The Mismatched Worker
  1. Labor Studies
  2. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  1. Brimeyer, Ted [ tbrimeyer@georgiasouthern.edu ]
98 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Immigration Law and Procedure
  1. Law and Society
  1. Arriaga, Felicia [ arriagafa@appstate.edu ]
99 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Law and Injustice
  1. Law and Society
  1. Halushka, John M. [ john.halushka@sjsu.edu ]
100 Reproductive Rights
  1. Law and Society
  1. Milne, Emma [ emma.milne@plymouth.ac.uk ]
101 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Race and Prison Abolition
  1. Law and Society
  2. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  1. McLaughlin, Adria Ryan [ amclau12@vols.utk.edu ]
102 Gender, Sexuality, and the Law
  1. Law and Society
  2. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  1. Klein, Lloyd [ lklein@lagcc.cuny.edu ]
103 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: The End of White World Supremacy: Time for Radical Race, Class, and Gender Transformation-THEMATIC
  1. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  1. Bush, Melanie E.L. [ MELANIE.E.L.BUSH@GMAIL.COM ]
  2. Brewer, Rose M. [ BREWE001@UMN.EDU ]
  3. Katz-Fishman, Walda [ WKATZFISHMAN@IGC.ORG ]
(co-organizers)
104 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Understanding Elites and Their Relationship to Inequality
  1. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  1. Ceron-Anaya, Hugo [ hrc209@lehigh.edu ]
105 Hope in Housing: Innovative Strategies to Deal with Rent Arrears, Eviction, and Other Housing Issues-THEMATIC
  1. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  1. Cabin, William [ wcabin@umich.edu ]
106 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Racial Capitalism: Past, Present, and Future
  1. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  2. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  1. Prim, Jeremy Kidd [ jkprim@ucdavis.edu ]
107 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: The Organizational Dynamics of Racial/Ethnic Inequality
  1. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  2. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  1. Bolger, Daniel [ dan.bolger@rice.edu ]
108 End Inequality: Transformations in Disparities Research and Interventions-THEMATIC
  1. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  2. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Kelly, E. Brooke [ brooke.kelly@uncp.edu ]
109 The Physical Demands of Managing Poverty
  1. Poverty, Class, and Inequality
  2. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Sacha, Jeffrey O. [ sachaj@arc.losrios.edu ]
110 Homelessness, Gentrification, and Racial Futures in the Bay Area-THEMATIC
  1. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  1. Fisher, Damany [ damany.fisher@solano.edu ]
111 The Color of the Class: Imagining Anti-Racist Political and Economic Change
  1. Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  1. Robinson, Candice C. [ ccr26@pitt.edu ]
  2. Ayers, Darcy [ dayers3@vols.utk.edu ]
(co-organizers)
112 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Sexuality on the Edge
  1. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  1. Asbury, Kathleen A. [ kasbury@ccp.edu ]
113 Subversive and Embodied Sexualities
  1. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  1. Wakefield, Chris [ wakefc1@unlv.nevada.edu ]
114 Transnational Sexualities and Global Migration: Looking to the Future
  1. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  1. Victory, Eric [ etv5@zips.uakron.edu ]
115 Theories of Sexual Liberation, Utopia, and Hope-THEMATIC
  1. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  2. Social Problems Theory
  1. Ormsbee, J. Todd [ todd.ormsbee@sjsu.edu ]
116 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Aging in Queer Communities - Vision for a Different Future
  1. Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
  2. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Jimenez, Jonathan A. [ jimenj9@unlv.nevada.edu ]
  2. Barbee, Harry [ hbarbee@fsu.edu ]
(co-organizers)
117 New Work in Social Problems Theory
  1. Social Problems Theory
  1. Stout, Joshua [ jhstout@udel.edu ]
118 Theorizing Transformation-THEMATIC
  1. Social Problems Theory
  1. McLuhan, Arthur [ mcluhan@yorku.ca ]
119 Shame, Stigma, and Society-THEMATIC
  1. Social Problems Theory
  2. Society and Mental Health
  3. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Stout, Joshua [ jhstout@udel.edu ]
120 Revisiting the Sociological Imagination: Theory and Practice-THEMATIC
  1. Social Problems Theory
  2. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Evans, Ethan J. [ ethan.evans@csus.edu ]
  2. McLuhan, Arthur [ mcluhan@yorku.ca ]
(co-organizers)
121 Innovative Strategies to Teaching Social Theory
  1. Social Problems Theory
  2. Teaching Social Problems
  1. Del Rosso, Jared [ jared.delrosso@du.edu ]
122 Animal Welfare and Mental Health
  1. Society and Mental Health
  1. Trillo, Alex F. [ atrillo@saintpeters.edu ]
123 Geography, Inequalities, and Mental Health
  1. Society and Mental Health
  1. Burgos, Giovani [ gburgos@adelphi.edu ]
124 Political Traumas and Mental Health
  1. Society and Mental Health
  1. Olvera, Jaqueline [ jolvera@adelphi.edu ]
125 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: New Worlds and Utopian Visions: Strategies to Subvert Neoliberalism-THEMATIC
  1. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Evans, Ethan J. [ ethan.evans@csus.edu ]
  2. Carey, Caitlin A. [ caitlin.carey001@umb.edu ]
(co-organizers)
126 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Sociology and Social Work: Embedded Tensions
  1. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Baiocchi, Arturo [ arturo.baiocchi@csus.edu ]
  2. Wellin, Chris [ cwellin@ilstu.edu ]
(co-organizers)
127 New Work in Social Welfare: Theory and Practice
  1. Sociology and Social Welfare
  1. Scott, Jennifer [ jenscott@lsu.edu ]
  2. Dixon, Zita [ zdixon@brandeis.edu ]
(co-organizers)
128 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: When Sport Brings Hope-THEMATIC
  1. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Foster, John D. [ fosterj@uapb.edu ]
129 Hobbies for Profit
  1. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Smith-Tran, Alicia [ a.smithtran@tcu.edu ]
130 Intersections of Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Sport, Leisure, and the Body
  1. Pericak, Kaitlin [ kait.pericak@miami.edu ]
131 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Classroom Technologies: Implications for Teaching Social Problems and Social Change
  1. Teaching Social Problems
  1. Woratschek, Flora R. [ flora.woratschek@csn.edu ]
  2. Galli Robertson, Anya M. [ agallirobertson1@udayton.edu ]
(co-organizers)
132 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Beyond Term Papers: Teaching with Arts-Based Pedagogies
  1. Teaching Social Problems
  1. Founds, Katie [ katie.founds@gmail.com ]
  2. Krase, Jerome [ jkrase@brooklyn.cuny.edu ]
  3. Linhart, Laurie [ lclinhart@dmacc.edu ]
(co-organizers)
133 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Imagining the Other: Classroom Exercises for Teaching Social Empathy and the Sociological Imagination-THEMATIC
  1. Teaching Social Problems
  1. Pitcher, Sarah M. [ spitcher@sdccd.edu ]
  2. Tartari, Morena [ Morena.Tartari@uantwerpen.be ]
  3. Whitlock, M.C. [ mc.whitlock@gsw.edu ]
(co-organizers)
134 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Teaching Hope, Opportunity, and Change-Empowering Faculty and Students through Pedagogy and Practice-THEMATIC
  1. Teaching Social Problems
  2. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Dolgon, Corey [ cdolgon@stonehill.edu ]
  2. Thurber, Amie [ athurber@pdx.edu ]
(co-organizers)
135 Counter-Narratives - The Youth and Young Adult Experience of Failure and Success-THEMATIC
  1. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Marzo, Lea T. [ lmarzo1@student.gsu.edu ]
136 CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Aging and the Migrant Experience - Differences in Race, Ethnicity, and Culture
  1. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Peng, Ruijie [ ruijie.peng@utexas.edu ]
  2. Barmon, Christina [ cbarmon@ccsu.edu ]
(co-organizers)
137 PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Youth, Aging, and Life Course Theory - Research, Practice, and Stories from the Field
  1. Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
  1. Bulanda, Jennifer Roebuck [ bulandjr@miamioh.edu ]
138 New Directions in Theory and Research among Advanced Undergraduates
  1. Program Committee
  1. Wellin, Chris [ cwellin@ilstu.edu ]
139 Transnational Mobilization of Hope and Social Change -THEMATIC
  1. Transnational Initiatives Committee
  1. Thakore, Bhoomi K. [ bhoomi.thakore@ucf.edu ]
140 Coalition vs. Competition: Building a Model of Collaborative Scholarship
  1. Program Committee
  1. Melaku, Tsedale M. [ programchairsssp2020@gmail.com ]
141 Breaking the Silence: Marginalized Groups in Organizations
  1. Program Committee
  1. Melaku, Tsedale M. [ programchairsssp2020@gmail.com ]
142 Discourse on Difference: The 50th Anniversary and Continued Relevance of Ethnic Studies
  1. Program Committee
  1. Melaku, Tsedale M. [ programchairsssp2020@gmail.com ]