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Program at a Glance

Thursday March 10, 2022

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

1:45 PM - 3:15 PM

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Friday March 11, 2022

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

9:30 AM - 3:00 PM

10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

1:45 PM - 3:15 PM

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Saturday March 12, 2022

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

9:30 AM - 3:00 PM

10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

1:45 PM - 3:15 PM

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Sunday March 13, 2022

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM







ESS Program

New Book Exhibit + Coffee Break [Special Event]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-5:00 pm | BPP-Ballroom
1. The Politics of Empowering Communities Through Data [Presidential Panel]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | ONLINE ONLY Presidential Sessions

Chair: Julie A. Dowling, University of Illinois at Chicago Discussants:
2. COVID-19, Mobility Restrictions and Transnational Life [Presidential Panel]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Online Only: Presidential Sessions II

Organizers: Ludger Pries, Ruhr-Universität Bochum; Rafael Bohlen, Ruhr-Universität Bochum; Discussants:
3. Tania Jenkins, Doctors’ Orders: The Making of Status Hierarchies in an Elite Profession (2020) [Author-Meets-Critics]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | ONLINE ONLY Author-Meets-Critics

Organizer: Lauren Olsen, Temple University Discussants:
4. Supporting first-generation students [Mini-conference: Creating bridges rather than building walls: Feminist activism]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | ONLINE ONLY Mini-conference: Creating Bridges

Organizers: Laura Bunyan, University of Connecticut -Stamford; Carol Ann Jackson, University of Connecticut; Barret Katuna, SWS;
This panel will address some of the unique challenges faced by first-generation students including barriers to success and ways that universities and faculty can work to support first-generation students. We will also address the importance of student supports beyond the walls of the classroom.
Discussants:
5. Navigating Work [Paper Session]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | BPP-Arlington

Chair: Jarron Bowman, Ithaca College
6. Policy and Work [Paper Session]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | BPP-Berkeley

Chair: Wendy Li, UW-Madison
7. We Don’t Talk About Bruno: (Re)Examining the Sociological Curriculum [Paper Session]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | BPP-Clarendon

Chair: Matthew May, Oakland university
8. Political Sociology: Public Opinion, Protest, Votes, and Change [Paper Session]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | BPP-Exeter

Chair: Gyuho Shin, State University of New York at Stony Brook
9. Not Quite Home: Intersecting Legacies Forced Migration and Segregation [Paper Session]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | BPP-Georgian

Chair: Brian Monahan, Baldwin Wallace University
10. Mobilizations and civic engagement [Paper Session]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | BPP-Hancock
11. Crime, Criminalization, and Law Enforcement (1) [Paper Session]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | BPP-Statler

Chair: Patricia Lewis, Emory University
12. Religion and culture [Paper Session]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Online Sessions 1

Chair: Rebecca S.K. Li, The College of New Jersey
13. New approaches to health 1 [Paper Session]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Online Sessions 2

Chair: Emmanuel Koku, Drexel University
14. Sociological Research in the Digital Arena [Paper Session]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Online Sessions 3

Chair: Stephanie Ortiz, University of Massachusetts Lowell
15. The Protect PT web app: A tool to bridge the gap between academia and community organizations in the fight against environmental injustice [Workshop/How to]
Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | ONLINE ONLY Workshops

Organizer: Helene Langlamet, AAMC
Chair: Helene Langlamet, AAMC
How-To guide to the Protect PT web application, a tool designed by Protect Penn-Trafford, a small environmental citizen led nonprofit organization based in Westmoreland County, PA, to help concerned residents report environmental violations to the proper government agency. The workshop would be moderated jointly by myself (a Communication PhD candidate) and a member of the Protect PT team.
Discussants:
16. Body Liberation [Mini-conference: Creating bridges rather than building walls: Feminist activism]
Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | ONLINE ONLY Mini-conference: Creating Bridges

Organizers: Laura Bunyan, University of Connecticut -Stamford; Carol Ann Jackson, University of Connecticut; Barret Katuna, SWS;
This presentation/workshop will discuss various ways to bring body liberation into the classroom. Included in this discussion will be ways we can integrate body positivity into the classroom through an examination of race, social class and first generation students. It will conclude with concrete steps to take on how to take bodies into account.
Discussants:
17. Negotiating Structures in Medical Education [Mini-conference: Health Professions Education]
Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | ONLINE ONLY Mini-conference: Health Professions Education

Organizers: Kelly Underman, Drexel University; Laura Hirshfield, University of Illinois at Chicago; Tania Jenkins, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill;
18. Queer Politics: Identities, Anticolonialism, Policing [Paper Session]
Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | BPP-Exeter

Chair: Samar Ramy, University of Massachusetts, Boston
19. Immigrant Delays, Detentions, and Destinations [Paper Session]
Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | BPP-Georgian

Chair: Alessandra Bazo Vienrich, Worcester State University
20. Social Movements I [Paper Session]
Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | BPP-Hancock

Chair: Kaley McCarty, Boston College
21. Crime, Criminalization, and Law Enforcement (2) [Paper Session]
Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | BPP-Statler

Chair: Nicolette Bardele, Harvard University
22. Space, place, and people [Paper Session]
Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Online Sessions 1

Chair: Meaghan Stiman, College of William and Mary
23. New approaches to health 2 [Paper Session]
Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Online Sessions 2

Chair: Zac Miner, Fitchburg State University
24. Research into Intersectionality and Inequality [Paper Session]
Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Online Sessions 3

Chair: Melissa MacDonald, American International College
25. Next Steps for Communities Already Experiencing Green and Climate Gentrification [Workshop/How to]
Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | BPP-Clarendon

Organizer: Victor Perez, University of Delaware
Chair: Victor Perez, University of Delaware
This workshop would bring together interdisciplinary scholars to discuss the multiple facets of this issue in a place where active resistance to green and climate gentrification is happening, but was also needed years ago before communities began to see the changes they have in recent years: Boston. The strategies shared and lessons learned at this workshop would be applicable to a host of urban, coastal communities all along the Atlantic.
Discussants:
26. Recognition of ESS 2022 Public Sociology Award Recipients [Presidential Session]
Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | ONLINE ONLY Presidential Sessions
27. Claire Decoteau, The Western Disease: Contesting Autism in the Somali Diaspora (2021) [Author-Meets-Critics]
Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | ONLINE ONLY Author-Meets-Critics

Organizer: Paige Sweet, University of Michigan Discussants:
28. Connecting to the community through activism [Mini-conference: Creating bridges rather than building walls: Feminist activism]
Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | ONLINE ONLY Mini-conference: Creating Bridges

Organizers: Laura Bunyan, University of Connecticut -Stamford; Carol Ann Jackson, University of Connecticut; Barret Katuna, SWS;
Community work – how to be active in the community. How can we as scholars and academics give back what we have learned to the community? How do we move beyond the production of ideas? What can we do as academics? How do we connect the classroom to the community?
Discussants:
29. Discrimination and Inequality 1 [Mini-conference: Health Professions Education]
Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | ONLINE ONLY Mini-conference: Health Professions Education

Organizers: Kelly Underman, Drexel University; Laura Hirshfield, University of Illinois at Chicago; Tania Jenkins, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill;
30. Work and Culture [Paper Session]
Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | BPP-Berkeley

Chair: Dilan Eren, Boston University
31. Trans and Queer Politics [Paper Session]
Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | BPP-Exeter

Chair: Alexander Perry, University at Albany, SUNY
32. Social Movements II [Paper Session]
Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | BPP-Hancock

Chair: Abraham Walker, CUNY Queens College
33. Crime, Criminalization, and Law Enforcement (3) [Paper Session]
Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | BPP-Statler
34. Racial Epistemological Frames [Paper Session]
Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Online Sessions 1

Chair: Aneesa Baboolal, University of Mass - Dartmouth
35. Networks, Health, and Education [Paper Session]
Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Online Sessions 2

Chair: Ruo-Fan Liu, University of Wisconsin - Madison
36. Examining Crises, Assessing Learning, and Managing People under the Pandemic Looking-Glass. [Paper Session]
Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Online Sessions 3

Chair: Kazuyo Kubo, Lesley University
37. The Effect of Immigrant Reunification and Integration [Paper Session]
Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Online Sessions 6

Chair: Jaein Lee, Gettysburg College
38. Presumed Opportunistic: An Examination of the Personal and Professional Trappings of Public Sociology [Workshop/How to]
Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | BPP-Clarendon
The success of public sociology may come from below, but there are faculty and administrators who are evaluating our (public sociologists’) work and scholarship and deciding if our work warrants tenure, promotion, or counts as legitimate scholarly productivity. Principles of public sociology—such as working collaboratively, establishing non-extractive connections with immediate communities, making work accessible to the public, and using sociology to address inequalities—can be problematic for evaluators who are unfamiliar with Sociology as a discipline and even less familiar with public sociology and for administrators who relationships with local elites who are vested in the status quo. The degree to which our work deviates from established academic norms and challenges the local power elite, I argue renders public sociologists vulnerable to criticism, marginalization, delegitimation.
39. Teaching the Sociology of Climate Change [Workshop/How to]
Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | ONLINE ONLY Workshops

Organizer: Andrew Szasz, University of California, Santa Cruz
Chair: Andrew Szasz, University of California, Santa Cruz
We now understand that climate change is poised to become one of the greatest -- if not THE greatest -- issue for the future viability of global society. Certainly our current cohort of college students understand that; their concern and their fears are palpable and also reflected in opinion poll data. It is regrettable, but true, that we, as a profession, have lagged, have not kept up with the rapid growth of urgency about this threat. Interest in the environment, more generally, is still somewhat of a niche phenomenon in contemporary Sociology, and climate change garners only a small fraction of the attention that is devoted to society's interactions with nature. Nonetheless, there are signs of increasing interest. Climate is being taught in Intro classes (a bit), in Social Problems classes (maybe a bit more), and in Environmental Sociology classes (even more). One even hears of whole courses devoted to the Sociology of Climate Change. This workshop brings together faculty who already have experience teaching the sociology of climate change and faculty who are interested in doing so in future semesters.
40. Promoting Publicly Engaged Research [Presidential Panel]
Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Online Sessions 5
Discussants:
41. Discrimination and Inequality 2 [Mini-conference: Health Professions Education]
Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | ONLINE ONLY Mini-conference: Health Professions Education

Organizers: Kelly Underman, Drexel University; Laura Hirshfield, University of Illinois at Chicago; Tania Jenkins, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill;
42. New York Parents Speak Out: Fighting Twin Pandemics [Paper Session]
Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | BPP-Exeter

Organizer: Nga Than, City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center
Chair: Wendy Luttrell, CUNY, Graduate Center Discussants:
43. Drawing the Boundaries [Paper Session]
Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | BPP-Statler

Chair: Mark Horowitz, Seton Hall University
44. Education, Strategies of Adaptation, Resistance, and Recovery [Paper Session]
Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Online Sessions 1

Chair: Randall Salm, College of Southern Maryland
45. Inequalities (1) [Paper Session]
Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Online Sessions 2

Chair: Allegra Pocinki, Rutgers University - New Brunswick
46. Conducting Qualitative Research during the Pandemic: New Findings, Questions, and Challenges [Paper Session]
Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Online Sessions 3

Organizer: Sharon Cornelissen, Harvard University
47. Content Creation for Academics [Workshop/How to]
Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | BPP-Clarendon

Organizer: Joseph Cohen, CUNY Queens College
Chair: Joseph Cohen, CUNY Queens College
This session explores the philosophical questions and practical choices faced by academics in their engagement of the Web 2.0 and social media that is quickly displacing the legacy media upon which our field once relied (print, public lecture). Topics include: - How academics can integrate content creation into their work - Setting goals for your engagement of content creation - Deciding which mix of media platforms is right for you - Triangulating audiences, platforms, and your competencies - Building audiences - Developing work systems, and enlisting students for rewarding educational experiences

Discussant:
  • Joseph Cohen, CUNY Queens College;
  • 48. How to Access and Use Census Data in Your Research [Workshop/How to]
    Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | ONLINE ONLY Workshops

    Organizer: Joe Quartullo, U.S. Census Bureau
    This hands-on workshop will provide attendees with the tools and techniques to work comfortably with several census data tools, including: data.census.gov, Quickfacts and ACS Profiles. Socio-economic and demographic data from both the 2020 Census and/or the American Community Survey will be featured. Participants will have an opportunity to practice using data and geographies that are meaningful to their individual research priorities. Opportunities to schedule future free presentations, workshops and webinars will be made available to individuals and organizations.

    Discussant:
  • Joe Quartullo, U.S. Census Bureau;
  • 49. Professional Development: How to Achieve Tenure and Promotion (Organized by the Committee for Gender Equity) [Workshop/How to]
    Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Online Sessions 4

    Organizer: Beth Montemurro, Pennsylvania State University at Abington
    This workshop will provide advice on strategies and best practices for construction portfolios in the application for tenure and promotion. Panelists will discuss the common challenges faced while constructing tenure and promotion portfolios as well unique circumstances women may encounter in the application process.
    New Book Exhibit + Coffee Break [Special Event]
    Friday | 9:30 am-3:00 pm | BPP-Ballroom
    50. National Science Foundation (NSF) Funding and Community Colleges [Presidential Panel]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | ONLINE ONLY Presidential Sessions

    Chair: Sarah Hoiland, CUNY Hostos Community College Discussants:
    51. Max Besbris, Upsold: Real Estate Agents, Prices, and Neighborhood Inequality (2020) [Author-Meets-Critics]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | BPP-Arlington
    Discussants:
    52. Curricular Concerns [Mini-conference: Health Professions Education]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | ONLINE ONLY Mini-conference: Health Professions Education

    Organizers: Kelly Underman, Drexel University; Laura Hirshfield, University of Illinois at Chicago; Tania Jenkins, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill;
    53. Where Should Antiracist Scholars Focus [Talking Shop]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | BPP-Berkeley
    54. Transnational Perspectives on Education [Paper Session]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | BPP-Exeter

    Chair: Pei Chen Cheng, SUNY Albany
    55. Poverty and Inequality in Urban America [Paper Session]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | BPP-Hancock

    Chair: Sarah Payne, University of California - Berkeley
    56. Cultural Images [Paper Session]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | BPP-Statler

    Chair: Lauren Harvey, Rider University
    57. Education, family and identity processes [Paper Session]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Online Sessions 1

    Chair: Shuyin Liu, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
    58. Inequalities (2) [Paper Session]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Online Sessions 2

    Organizer: Kathleen Bogle, La Salle University
    59. Human Rights Violations and Arbitrary Detentions of Migrants and Asylum Seekers in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic [Paper Session]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Online Sessions 3

    Organizer: Isabel Gil Everaert, El Colegio de México
    Discussant:
  • Angélica Villagrana, Ibero Puebla;
  • 60. Racial Capitalism: Convergences between the Local and the Global [Panel]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Online Sessions 5

    Organizers: Anthony Huaqui, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Pushkala Prasad, Skidmore College;
    Chairs: Anthony Huaqui, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Pushkala Prasad, Skidmore College; Discussants:
    61. Memoir as Sociological Analysis and Teaching Tool [Hybrid Online] [Workshop/How to]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | BPP-Whittier

    Organizer: Danielle Currier, Randolph College
    Using two recent memoirs written by sociologists Deb Cohan and Mindy Fried, participants in this session will examine and discuss the many ways memoirs are valuable teaching tools in a variety of Sociology courses, which may include Sociology of Sex/Gender, Family, Intimate Violence, Aging, Qualitative Methods, Work, and more. Both memoirs (Welcome To Whoever We Are, Caring for Red) grapple with issues of complex family histories as they impact broader issues around gendered family dynamics and issues of care. The authors will include a brief presentation about the power of engaging readers through personal life stories framed by a sociological context. Four panelists will discuss ways they have either used – or plan to use – one or both books in their courses. Practical suggestions will be given for incorporating memoirs into coursework as well as how to use memoir writing as a learning strategy for students Participants are encouraged to come with additional examples of using memoir in their teaching.
    Discussants:
    62. De-emphasizing Grades in Introduction to Sociology: Sharing a Simple "Choose Your Own Difficulty" design [Workshop/How to]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | ONLINE ONLY Workshops

    Organizer: Matthew Manierre, Clarkson University
    Pedagogical research has repeatedly found that traditional grading models often get in the way of student's learning. Rather than motivating students, they stifle creativity and risk taking, incentivizing students to simply say whatever they think the professor wants to hear. This is exacerbated by competition between courses that forces students to triage their energy and time, often leading to general education courses like introduction to sociology being low on their list of priorities This workshop provides a simple and flexible course design that reduces student’s fixation on grades by allowing them to choose their own difficulty and corresponding workload. For example- a “master” difficulty student may need to pass 7 of 8 challenge opportunities throughout the semester, but they’ll probably get an “A” in the course. Meanwhile, an “intermediate” difficulty selection means only turning in 5 challenge opportunities, getting a lower grade but freeing the student’s time for their other courses without compromising their work in yours by spreading them too thinly. The use of multiple challenge opportunities throughout the semester open doors for creative assignments and opportunities to fill gaps in a textbook or lecture course. For instance: One challenge had students interview their family members about how their gender changed how they were raised. Another let students watch the film “Inside” by Bo Burnham via a Marxist lens, exploring how it articulates a sense of alienation and futurelessness under modern capitalism. Students were even challenged to make a children’s story explaining the basics of intersectionality. Each of these challenges is graded on an accepted/not accepted basis, with rewrite opportunities if an assignment is needed. This frees the instructor to provide formative feedback and referrals to other resources because they no longer need to spend energy agonizing over rubrics or justifying why points were removed. Participants will come away with ideas about how to transition their course into a similar model, as well as an awareness of limitations. Course materials such as syllabi, challenge assignments, sample feedback to students, and student feedback on this course model will all be provided for attendees to guide their own decisions.
    63. Professional Development: How to Navigate Graduate School (Organized by the Committee for Gender Equity) [Workshop/How to]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Online Sessions 4

    Organizer: Simone Kolysh, Hood College
    This session features panelists who have survived graduate school as well as those who have nearly done so. Participants will share and discuss strategies for effectively meeting the demands of graduate school, with a focus on academic and procedural issues as well as the social and emotional challenges of graduate student life. The session will also include a discussion of the major hurdles that often arise during graduate school along with suggestions for how to contend with and move past these hurdles.
    Discussants:
    64. Visualizing Super-diversity and “Seeing” Urban Social Complexity [Presidential Panel]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | ONLINE ONLY Presidential Sessions

    Chair: Van Tran, The Graduate Center - CUNY Discussants:
    65. Elizabeth Korver-Glenn, Race Brokers: Housing Markets and Segregation in 21st Century Urban America (2021) [Author-Meets-Critics]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | BPP-Arlington

    Organizer: Amaka Okechukwu, George Mason University Discussants:
    66. Hannah Wohl, Bound by Creativity: How Contemporary Art is Created and Judged (2021) [Author-Meets-Critics]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Online Sessions 5

    Organizer: Claudio Benzecry, Northwestern University Discussants:
    67. Burnout and Well-Being [Mini-conference: Health Professions Education]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | ONLINE ONLY Mini-conference: Health Professions Education

    Organizers: Kelly Underman, Drexel University; Laura Hirshfield, University of Illinois at Chicago; Tania Jenkins, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill;
    68. Talking Shop: The Illusion of Inclusion: [Talking Shop]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | BPP-Berkeley
    The dialogue will be based on two case studies of youth-serving organizations in the Providence, Rhode Island area. Organization One is a branch of a well-funded national community/recreation center. This branch is running federally funded school-age programs in a majority BIPOC community. This agency has a complicated history with race and is actively working to rebuild connections and trust in the community, at-large. Organization Two is an extremely small, grassroots non-profit originally founded by undergraduate students from Brown University. It is using a combination of private municipal and state grants, as well as an individual giving program, to fund its academic and leadership programs for majority BIPOC and low-income high school students.
    Discussants:
    69. Race, Class, and Education [Paper Session]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | BPP-Exeter

    Chair: Craig Lair, Gettysburg College
    70. Body and Consumption: beyond race, class and gender [Paper Session]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | BPP-Georgian

    Organizer: Farha Ternikar, LeMoyne College
    Chair: Farha Ternikar, LeMoyne College
    Discussant:
  • Farha Ternikar, LeMoyne College;
  • 71. Urban Inequalities [Paper Session]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | BPP-Hancock

    Chair: Taylor Braswell, Northeastern University
    72. How We Learn to be Racist [Paper Session]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | BPP-Statler

    Chair: Matthew Alemu, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
    73. Contested Oppressions [Paper Session]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Online Sessions 1

    Chair: Deniz Yucel, William Paterson University of New Jersey
    74. Class, networks, and inequality [Paper Session]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Online Sessions 2

    Chair: Christopher Salvatore, Montclair State University
    75. Measuring diversity, equity, and inclusion: Critical reflections on data-driven solutions to disparities and inequities in health and welfare [Paper Session]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Online Sessions 3

    Organizer: Cal Garrett, University of Illinois at Chicago
    Discussant:
  • Cal Garrett, University of Illinois at Chicago;
  • 76. Pedagogy Development: Teaching as Women and Trans Folks (Organized by the Committee for Gender Equity) [Panel]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Online Sessions 4

    Organizers: Simone Kolysh, Hood College; Ethan Levine, Stockton University; Discussants:
    77. How AKD Can Energize Your Department [Workshop/How to]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | BPP-Clarendon

    Organizer: Jeffrey Chin, Le Moyne College
    Do you have a chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta (the international honor society for sociology) at your institution? If not, come to this session to find out how to open a chapter. It's easy! Do you already have a chapter but were wondering how AKD can help get your students excited about sociology? We have a list of activities that our award-winning chapters (AKD Chapter of the Year) have performed.
    78. Getting Real in the Classroom [Workshop/How to]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | ONLINE ONLY Workshops

    Organizer: Cherise Harris, Connecticut College
    Instructors sometimes struggle with making sociological material real and relevant to their students’ interests and lives. The panelists for this session are all contributors to the new editions of Getting Real About Race (3rd edition) and/ or Getting Real About Inequality (1st edition), published by SAGE. In this session, panelists discuss how they (1) reach students with timely topics, (2) navigate controversial topics in the classroom, and (3) devise exercises designed to extend course material to students’ everyday lives. This will be an interactive session where we will invite the audience to share how they implement similar pedagogical strategies in their own classrooms.
    Discussants:
    79. Asian Americans and COVID-19 Discrimination [Presidential Panel]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | ONLINE ONLY Presidential Sessions

    Chair: Tiffany Huang, Columbia University Discussants:
    80. Teresa Gonzales, Building a Better Chicago: Race and Community Resistance to Urban Redevelopment (2021) [Author-Meets-Critics]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | BPP-Arlington

    Organizer: Jonathan Wynn, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
    Chair: Vanessa Rosa, Mount Holyoke Discussants:
    81. Alyson Spurgas, Diagnosing Desire: Biopolitics and Femininity into the Twenty-First Century (2020) [Author-Meets-Critics]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | BPP-Georgian

    Organizer: Tom Waidzunas, Temple University Discussants:
    82. COVID-19 [Mini-conference: Health Professions Education]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | ONLINE ONLY Mini-conference: Health Professions Education

    Organizers: Kelly Underman, Drexel University; Laura Hirshfield, University of Illinois at Chicago; Tania Jenkins, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill;
    83. Parenthood [Mini-conference: Reproduction]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | ONLINE ONLY Mini-conference: Reproduction

    Organizers: Derek Siegel, UMASS Amherst; Lauren Diamond-Brown, SUNY at Potsdam; Lauren Jade Martin, Penn State University - Berks; Kathleen Slauson-Blevins, Old Dominion University;
    84. Beyond Halal and Hijab: A Discussion on Gender, Consumption and Tik Tok [Conversations with/about]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | BPP-Berkeley

    Organizer: Rebecca Plante, Ithaca College
    Chair: Rebecca Plante, Ithaca College Discussants:
    85. Youth, education and gender [Paper Session]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | BPP-Exeter

    Chair: Cecile Van de Velde, University of Montreal - UdeM
    86. White Privilege or Supremacy? [Paper Session]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | BPP-Statler

    Chair: Jason Torkelson, University of Minnesota
    87. In or Out: Immigrant belonging and integration into the City [Paper Session]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Online Sessions 1

    Chair: Bernadette Ludwig, Wagner College
    88. Culture and Inequality [Paper Session]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Online Sessions 2

    Chair: Blake Silver, George Mason University
    89. Agriculture, Identities and Neoliberalism: The Ongoing Farmers Movement in India [Panel]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Online Sessions 3

    Organizers: Diditi Mitra, Brookdale Community College; Shruti Devgan, Bowdoin College;
    Discussant:
  • Immanuel Ness, Brooklyn College;
  • 90. How do we build a rural health research collaborative? [Workshop/How to]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | BPP-Clarendon

    Organizers: Katherine Darling, University of Maine at Augusta; Joseph Spiller, University of Maine; Oliver Jones, University of Maine;
    In this public sociology How-To Workshop we share challenges of building multidisciplinary research communities to address systemic health inequalities. At Downeast Health Research Collaborative, we are a multidisciplinary team of researchers working to assess and address health inequalities in Maine’s Downeast region, through community-engaged research, policy recommendations, and leveraging deep community ties to open up communication and collaboration between healthcare systems, community based organizations, citizens and providers. This session will focus on DHRC’s aspirations and practices for robust community engagement in research practices and the trouble spots encountered in the process.
    91. Network Mapping: Connecting & Navigating Your Policy Network [Workshop/How to]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | ONLINE ONLY Workshops

    Chair: Lizzy Ghedi-Ehrlich, Scholars Strategy Network
    This network mapping workshop gives scholars the tools to map their policy landscape and create a plan to build relationships with policy stakeholders. Participants will create a “network map” that visualizes the ecosystem of decision-makers and influencers surrounding the policy issue their research affects. This map allows researchers to identify key players in their networks to begin the process of relationship building with decision-makers.
    92. Marginalized Academics in Administrative Roles (Organized by the Committee for Gender Equity) [Workshop/How to]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Online Sessions 4

    Organizers: Joanne Ardovini, Metropolitan College of New York; Dana Hysock Witham, Indiana University of Pennsylvania;
    Chair: Joanne Ardovini, Metropolitan College of New York
    This workshop will focus on challenges & strategies faced by women, POC, and LGBTQ academics when entering and thriving in administrative & leadership positions. Panelists will discuss the unique circumstances marginalized academics encounter when heading departments, taking up dean roles and managing others.
    New Book Exhibit and Reception [Reception]
    Friday | 3:00 pm-4:00 pm | BPP-Ballroom
    93. The Impact on Diversity Attitudes and Practices of White People without Migration Background Living in Majority Minority Communities [Presidential Panel]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | ONLINE ONLY Presidential Sessions

    Chair: Nancy Foner, CUNY, The Graduate Center and Hunter College
    Discussant:
  • Nancy Foner, CUNY, The Graduate Center and Hunter College;
  • 94. Ernesto Castañeda, Building Walls: Excluding Latin People in the United States (2021) [Hybrid Online] [Author-Meets-Critics]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Online Sessions 5

    Organizer: Joan Maya Mazelis, Rutgers University - Camden Discussants:
    95. New Experts and Expertise [Mini-conference: Health Professions Education]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | ONLINE ONLY Mini-conference: Health Professions Education

    Organizers: Kelly Underman, Drexel University; Laura Hirshfield, University of Illinois at Chicago; Tania Jenkins, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill;
    96. Pregnancy [Mini-conference: Reproduction]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | ONLINE ONLY Mini-conference: Reproduction

    Organizers: Derek Siegel, UMASS Amherst; Lauren Diamond-Brown, SUNY at Potsdam; Lauren Jade Martin, Penn State University - Berks; Kathleen Slauson-Blevins, Old Dominion University;
    97. Hate speech online and Racial Inequality [Talking Shop]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | BPP-Berkeley

    Discussant:
  • Hao Lin, Stony Brook University;
  • 98. Talking Shop: Professions and Professionals, from Disruption to Transformation [Talking Shop]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | ONLINE ONLY Workshops

    Organizers: Brooke Harrington, Dartmouth College; Leonard Seabrooke, Copenhagen Business School;
    From the era of Auguste Comte’s early 19th century work on engineers, Sociology has been the disciplinary hub of research on professions and professionals. This session is for the diverse group of scholars and practitioners who have continued this work into the 21st century. The session will elicit diverse visions of the big questions in our field, as well as the practical challenges we face: such as bridging professions research across specialty silos (e.g., from medical sociology to economic sociology), obtaining research funding, and getting published. The goal of the session will be to share useful information and inspire collaborations or new research directions by bringing together a variety perspectives—including domestic and international, and from allied disciplines outside Sociology.
    99. Struggles for Equality through Memory and Education [Paper Session]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | BPP-Exeter

    Chair: William Lugo, Eastern Connecticut State University
    100. The Neighborhood Effect: Patrols, Intersections, and Schooling in Street Culture [Paper Session]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | BPP-Georgian

    Chair: Bartholomew Konechni, Sciences Po
    101. Oppositional Consciousness [Paper Session]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | BPP-Statler

    Chair: Shaonta Allen, Dartmouth College
    102. Criminology and law enforcement [Paper Session]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Online Sessions 1

    Chair: Fernando Perez, Barry University
    103. Climate and Environmental Justice [Paper Session]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Online Sessions 2

    Chair: Helene Langlamet, AAMC
    104. Health and Ecological Systems [Undergraduate Paper Session]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | BPP-Hancock
    105. Engaging State Legislatures as a Sociologist and Researcher [Workshop/How to]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | BPP-Clarendon

    Organizers: Meghan Kallman, Umass Boston; Jonathon Acosta, Brown University;
    This session proposes to move beyond the introductory trainings on giving legislative testimony, to talk more specifically about mobilizing sociological insights in long-term political organizing. Led by two current Rhode Island state senators who are also sociologists, the session will offer unique insights into legislative organizing from both the research perspective, and the perspective of legislators themselves.
    106. Online Group [Undergraduate Poster Session]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Online Sessions 3

    Chair: Courtney Metz, Lebanon Valley College
    107. Robin Williams Lecture
    Friday | 5:30 pm-7:00 pm | BPP-Georgian
    Robin Williams Lecture Reception [Reception]
    Friday | 7:00 pm-8:00 pm | BPP-Georgian
    108. Community Engagement and its Role in Sociological Research [Online Only] [Presidential Panel]
    Saturday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-1100

    Organizer: Margaret Vitullo, American Sociological Association
    Chair: Douglas Hartmann, University of Minnesota
    This session will focus on the ways that community-engaged research (CER) advances sociology in the current moment. Community engagement refers to collaborations between scholars in institutions of higher education and their various communities (local, regional/state, national, global) for the mutually beneficial exchange of knowledge, resources, research, and skills in a context of partnership and reciprocity. Leading sociologists working in the area will talk about the value of grounded, community-engaged work on topics that meet our society’s current needs and speak to core and emerging issues in the discipline. It is intended to advance understandings of the practice and significance of CER within the discipline as well as to attract a new generation of sociologists to this unique and powerful approach.

    Discussant:
  • Patricia Fernandez Kelly, Princeton University;
  • 109. Wendy Luttrell, Children Framing Childhoods: Working-class Kids’ Visions of Care (2020) [Author-Meets-Critics]
    Saturday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-2300

    Organizer: Susan Bell, Drexel University Discussants:
    110. Diversity, Inclusion, and the Military I [Mini-conference: Military Sociology]
    Saturday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-1300

    Organizers: Morten G. Ender, United States Military Academy; Ryan Kelty, United States Air Force Academy;
    Chair: Jessica Dawson, United States Military Academy
    111. Reproductive Policy and Interventions [Mini-conference: Reproduction]
    Saturday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-2120

    Organizers: Derek Siegel, UMASS Amherst; Lauren Diamond-Brown, SUNY at Potsdam; Lauren Jade Martin, Penn State University - Berks; Kathleen Slauson-Blevins, Old Dominion University;
    112. Gendered Violence: Sociological Insights [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-1290

    Chair: Elena Chernyak, Hartwick College
    113. Uneven Scales of Justice [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-2130

    Chair: Rahsaan Mahadeo, Providence College
    114. Rethinking the family [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-4170

    Chair: Talya Wolf, CUNY at Graduate Center
    115. Public Institutions [Undergraduate Paper Session]
    Saturday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-2100
    116. Public Sociology and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York [Presidential Panel]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-1100

    Chair: Lynn Chancer, The Graduate Center - CUNY
    117. Timothy Black and Sky Keyes, It's a setup : Fathering from the Social and Economic Margins [Author-Meets-Critics]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-2300

    Organizer: Annette Lareau, University of Pennyslvania Discussants:
    118. Diversity, Inclusion, and the Military II [Mini-conference: Military Sociology]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-1300

    Organizers: Morten G. Ender, United States Military Academy; Ryan Kelty, United States Air Force Academy;
    Chair: Karin DeAngelis, United States Air Force Academy
    119. Health Care Providers and Organizations [Mini-conference: Reproduction]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-2120

    Organizers: Derek Siegel, UMASS Amherst; Lauren Diamond-Brown, SUNY at Potsdam; Lauren Jade Martin, Penn State University - Berks; Kathleen Slauson-Blevins, Old Dominion University;
    120. Attitudinal and Procedural Processes Pertaining to Care, Violence, and Gender Equality [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-1290

    Chair: Tim Sacco, University of Masachusetts at Amherst
    121. Racial Epistemology [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-2130

    Chair: Austin Ashe, Norfolk State University
    122. Sociological Approaches to Lifecourse Analysis [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-4170

    Chair: Lauren Harris, University of Pennsylvania
    123. Race and Multiculturalism [Undergraduate Paper Session]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-2100
    124. Intersectionality [Undergraduate Paper Session]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-2320
    125. Why Popular Music Matters (or should) for Sociologists [Panel]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-2310

    Organizer: Philip Kasinitz, CUNY Graduate Center,
    Chair: Philip Kasinitz, CUNY Graduate Center,
    126. Kate Henley Averett, The Homeschool Choice: Parents and the Privatization of Education [Author-Meets-Critics]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-2300

    Organizer: Freeden Blume Oeur, Tufts University Discussants:
    127. Medicalization [Mini-conference: Reproduction]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-2120

    Organizers: Derek Siegel, UMASS Amherst; Lauren Diamond-Brown, SUNY at Potsdam; Lauren Jade Martin, Penn State University - Berks; Kathleen Slauson-Blevins, Old Dominion University;
    128. Perfecting our Pedagogy [Organized by the Committee on Community Colleges]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-2330

    Chair: Jeanne Kimpel, Molloy College
    129. Sociology of Culture [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-1290

    Chair: Sarah Halford, Brandeis University
    130. Organizing Inequality: The Role of Organizations and Firms in the Politics of Poverty [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-1320

    Chair: Betsy Leondar-Wright, Lasell College
    131. CompuPower: Empowering Students to Create Community and Build Social Justice Projects through a Culturally Responsive Computing Program [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-2110

    Organizers: Mia Ong, TERC; Kimberly Scott, Arizona State University;
    Chair: Mia Ong, TERC
    Discussant:
  • Enobong (Anna) Branch, Rutgers University;
  • 132. Race and Immigration: Unanswered Questions [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-2130

    Chair: Stephen Ruszczyk, Montclair State University
    133. Class and Labor I [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-4160

    Chair: Larry Liu, Princeton University
    134. Work, Occupation, and Families [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-4170

    Chair: Floor Fiers, Northwestern University
    135. Demystifying the Publishing Process in Teaching Sociology [Workshop/How to]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-2100

    Organizers: Michele Lee Kozimor, Elizabethtown College; Barbara Prince, Lebanon Valley College;
    Chair: Michele Lee Kozimor, Elizabethtown College
    Are you currently using innovative activities or pedagogy in the classroom? Have you thought about presenting such innovations at conferences or publishing the results of your assessments? Do you want to learn how to contribute to the scholarship of teaching and learning within the discipline of sociology? This workshop, led by the Editor and Deputy Editor of Teaching Sociology, will provide you with information on one key publication outlets for your work: Teaching Sociology (TS). In this workshop, we will discuss the differences in submission types, the materials that are published in TS, highlight the expectations for submissions, and provide opportunities for attendees to talk to others about their current projects. This workshop will be especially useful for meeting attendees who are presenting original work on pedagogy at the annual meeting.
    Discussants:
    136. Group 1 [Undergraduate Poster Session]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-Atrium
    137. Younger Scholars Doing Public Sociology [Presidential Panel]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | UMB-1100
    Discussants:
    138. Jane Lilly-Lopez, Unauthorized Love: Mixed-Citizenship Couples Negotiating Intimacy, Immigration, and the State [Author-Meets-Critics]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | UMB-2300

    Organizer: Angela S. García, University of Chicago Discussants:
    139. Diversity, Inclusion and the Military III [Mini-conference: Military Sociology]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | UMB-1300

    Organizers: Morten G. Ender, United States Military Academy; Ryan Kelty, United States Air Force Academy;
    Chair: Ryan Kelty, United States Air Force Academy
    140. Fertility and Infertility [Mini-conference: Reproduction]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | UMB-2120

    Organizers: Derek Siegel, UMASS Amherst; Lauren Diamond-Brown, SUNY at Potsdam; Lauren Jade Martin, Penn State University - Berks; Kathleen Slauson-Blevins, Old Dominion University;
    141. Reflecting on Diversity [Organized by the Committee on Community Colleges]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | UMB-2330
    142. Culture and Media [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | UMB-1290

    Chair: Marcus Aldredge, Iona College
    143. An Examination of Coping, Devaluation, and Poverty [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | UMB-1320

    Chair: Craig Lair, Gettysburg College
    144. Race and Social Class [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | UMB-2130

    Chair: Alex Briesacher, Worcester State University
    145. Class and Labor II [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | UMB-4160

    Chair: Lauren Crosser, Brandeis University
    146. Care work [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | UMB-4170

    Chair: Amy Armenia, Rollins College
    147. Centering Gender [Undergraduate Paper Session]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | UMB-2320
    148. The dying (?) Art of the Book Review [Panel]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | UMB-2100

    Organizer: Philip Kasinitz, CUNY Graduate Center, Discussants:
    149. Facing Cis People and Institutions: Transgender and Non-Binary Lives (Organized by the Committee for Gender Equity) [Panel]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | UMB-2110

    Organizer: Simone Kolysh, Hood College
    Chair: Simone Kolysh, Hood College
    150. Group 2 [Undergraduate Poster Session]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | UMB-Atrium
    151. How to Change Academia and Academic Careers to Support More Publicly Engaged Research: Conversation with Four Past ESS Presidents [Presidential Panel]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | ONLINE ONLY Presidential Sessions

    Chair: Robert Smith, Baruch College CUNY Discussants:
    152. Jessie Daniels, Nice White Ladies (2021) [Author-Meets-Critics]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | UMB-2300

    Organizer: Leslie Kay Jones, Rutgers University Discussants:
    153. Diversity, Inclusion, and the Military IV [Mini-conference: Military Sociology]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | UMB-1300

    Organizers: Morten G. Ender, United States Military Academy; Ryan Kelty, United States Air Force Academy;
    Chair: Ori Swed, Texas Tech University
    154. Race and Reproduction [Mini-conference: Reproduction]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | UMB-2120

    Organizers: Derek Siegel, UMASS Amherst; Lauren Diamond-Brown, SUNY at Potsdam; Lauren Jade Martin, Penn State University - Berks; Kathleen Slauson-Blevins, Old Dominion University;
    155. Religion and Culture [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | UMB-1290
    156. Security in Housing, Food, and in Cross National Perspective. [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | UMB-1320

    Chair: Elena Ayala-Hurtado, Harvard University
    157. Culture and Race [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | UMB-2130

    Chair: Manning Zhang, Brandeis University
    158. Consumers and Consumption [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | UMB-4160

    Chair: Meghann Lucy, Boston University
    159. Culture and the Life Cycle [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | UMB-4170

    Chair: Sampson Lee Blair, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
    160. Uncovering University Debt: Public Sociology How-To [Workshop/How to]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | UMB-2100

    Organizer: Sofya Aptekar, CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies
    Chair: Sofya Aptekar, CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies
    In this workshop, we explain how institutional debt works and the ways it exacerbates racialized inequality in higher education. We present materials to use to research and expose institutional debt, as well as strategies to organize on your campus and connect to university debt work across institutions. These tools can be used in the classroom and to build solidarity between faculty, staff, and students, who are often pitted against each other by university administration, yet are all negatively affected by institutional debt. Institutional debt research provides an opportunity to explore the role of cultural schemas around debt and morality in shaping individual and collective behavior – as well as to develop alternative visions for reparative and democratic universities. This workshop builds on a series of institutional debt workshops organized by Labor Notes' Public Higher Education Workers and the Debt Collective (https://labornotes.org/events/2021/how-debt-robs-us-and-how-take-what-stolen-back-campus-workers-organizing-against-debt) and a workshop at ASA 2021, and draws on increasing recognition of institutional debt in movements against higher ed austerity (e.g. https://www.aaup.org/JAF12/making-invisible-visible-organizing-against-instructionally-harmful-antidemocratic-effects#.YcNcEllOlPY, https://www.thenation.com/article/society/student-debt-university-credit/)
    Discussants:
    161. Professional Development: How to Succeed on the Academic Job Market (Organized by the Committee for Gender Equity) [Workshop/How to]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | UMB-2110

    Organizer: Elizabeth Kiester, Albright College
    This workshop will focus on strategies for entering the academic job market, with a focus on the application process, preparing for phone and campus interviews, and reflections on lessons learned from the "on-the-market" experience. Panelists will discuss the common challenges faced while on-the-market as well as the unique circumstances women may encounter in the application, interview, and negotiation phases of the job search.

    Discussant:
  • Simone Kolysh, Hood College;
  • 162. Group 3 [Undergraduate Poster Session]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | UMB-Atrium
    163. ESS Awards Presentation and Presidential Address [Presidential Address]
    Saturday | 5:30 pm-7:00 pm | UMB - University Hall
    Awards and Presidential Address Reception [Reception]
    Saturday | 7:00 pm-8:00 pm | UMB - University Hall
    164. Using Social Scientific Research to Advocate for Trans Children and Families' Rights and Health in Texas [Presidential Panel]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-1100

    Chair: Robert Smith, Baruch College CUNY Discussants:
    165. Ken Chih-Yan Sun, Time and Migration: How Long-Term Taiwanese Migrants Negotiate Later life (2021) [Author-Meets-Critics]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-2300

    Organizer: Karen V. Hansen, Brandeis University Discussants:
    166. Education and COVID-19 [Mini-conference: Latinx Experiences and the Pandemic]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-3370

    Organizers: Stephen Ruszczyk, Montclair State University; Elizabeth Rivera Rodas, Montclair State University;
    Chair: Maria Cioe Pena, Montclair State University
    Discussant:
  • Elizabeth Rivera Rodas, Montclair State University;
  • 167. Power, Intersectionality and Reproduction [Mini-conference: Reproduction]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-2120

    Organizers: Derek Siegel, UMASS Amherst; Lauren Diamond-Brown, SUNY at Potsdam; Lauren Jade Martin, Penn State University - Berks; Kathleen Slauson-Blevins, Old Dominion University;
    168. Incorporating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Classroom [Mini-conference: Teaching]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-1300

    Organizers: Erin Anderson, Washington College; Evan Cooper, Farmingdale State College; Jaime DeLuca, Towson University;
    Chair: Jaime DeLuca, Towson University
    169. Gender and Sexuality [Hybrid] [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-1290

    Chair: Josalie Condon, University of Central Florida
    170. Health and inequality [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-1320

    Chair: Fatima Said, Penn State University
    171. Struggles for Inclusion: Searching for Equality and Justice in Work, Knowledge Production, and Health [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-3350

    Chair: Catherine van de Ruit, Ursinus College
    172. Environmental justice and injustice [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-4100

    Chair: Manoj Misra, Western Connecticut State University
    173. Social Practice and Institutional Constraints [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-4120

    Chair: Stephen Sweet, Ithaca College
    174. Identities in National and Transnational Discourse [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-4130

    Chair: Maheen Haider, UMass
    175. New approaches to health 3 [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-4140

    Chair: Marianne Neal-Joyce, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
    176. Engineering Engagement: The Dynamics of Online Attention-Seeking [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-4160

    Chair: Joseph Cohen, CUNY Queens College
    177. The Emerging Presence of the Sociology of Bullying [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-4170

    Organizer: Christopher Donoghue, Montclair State University
    Chair: Christopher Donoghue, Montclair State University
    178. Homelessness, urban displacements and urban inequality [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-4180

    Chair: Daniela Tagtachian, City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center
    179. Inequality and Adaptability in the Age of COVID-19 [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | UMB-4190

    Chair: Ingrid Nelson, Bowdoin College
    180. Antigovernment Patriotism, Online Influence, and the US Military [Presidential Panel]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-1100

    Chairs: Morten G. Ender, United States Military Academy; Ryan Kelty, United States Air Force Academy; Discussants:
    181. David Trouille, Futbol in the Park: Immigrants, Soccer, and the Creation of Social Ties (2021) [Author-Meets-Critics]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-2300

    Organizer: Jonathan Wynn, University of Massachusetts - Amherst Discussants:
    182. Health and COVID-19 [Mini-conference: Latinx Experiences and the Pandemic]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-3370

    Organizers: Stephen Ruszczyk, Montclair State University; Elizabeth Rivera Rodas, Montclair State University;
    Chair: Natalie A. Nieves, Montclair State University
    Discussant:
  • Mery Diaz, New York City College of Technology;
  • 183. Socio-Cultural Scripts and Reproduction [Mini-conference: Reproduction]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-2120

    Organizers: Derek Siegel, UMASS Amherst; Lauren Diamond-Brown, SUNY at Potsdam; Lauren Jade Martin, Penn State University - Berks; Kathleen Slauson-Blevins, Old Dominion University;
    184. Teaching with Technology [Mini-conference: Teaching]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-1300

    Organizers: Erin Anderson, Washington College; Evan Cooper, Farmingdale State College; Jaime DeLuca, Towson University;
    Chair: Erin Anderson, Washington College
    185. Sociology of Sexuality [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-1290

    Chair: Elizabeth Hughes, Pennsylvania State University at Abington
    186. Perspectives on Mental Health [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-1320

    Chair: Katie Billings, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
    187. New Sociological Perspectives [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-3350

    Chair: Jack Thornton, University of Pennsylvania
    188. Economic Sociology and Work [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-4100

    Chair: Priscilla Hernandez, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
    189. Institutions and their Discontents [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-4120

    Chair: Simone Ispa-Landa, Northwestern University
    190. Place, space, and identities [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-4130

    Chair: Francisco Vivoni, Worcester State University
    191. Valuation and Evaluation [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-4140

    Chair: Kevin Dahaghi, Duke University
    192. The Shape of Inequality [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-4160

    Chair: Daniel Laurison, Swarthmore College
    193. Everyday form of Racialization: Language, Humor, and Insults. [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-4170 & Online

    Organizer: Hugo Ceron-Anaya, Lehigh University
    Chair: Hugo Ceron-Anaya, Lehigh University
    Discussant:
  • Hugo Ceron-Anaya, Lehigh University;
  • 194. Rural-Urban Dynamics [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-4180

    Chair: Brittany Leffler, Millersville University of Pennsylvania
    195. Women and the Covid-19 Pandemic: Sociological Insights [in-person only] [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | UMB-4190

    Chair: Mary Churchill, Boston University
    196. Military Sociology at ESS [hybrid] [Presidential Panel]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-1340

    Chair: Morten G. Ender, United States Military Academy
    ESS has for years hosted the largest military sociology conference in the country. This Presidential Panel highlights this important area of sociological research.
    197. Jessi Streib, Privilege Lost: Who Leaves the Upper Middle Class and How They Fall (2020) [Author-Meets-Critics]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-2300
    Discussants:
    198. Immigrant legality and COVID-19 [Mini-conference: Latinx Experiences and the Pandemic]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-3370

    Organizers: Stephen Ruszczyk, Montclair State University; Elizabeth Rivera Rodas, Montclair State University;
    Chair: Elizabeth Kiester, Albright College
    Discussant:
  • Stephen Ruszczyk, Montclair State University;
  • 199. Safety, Care and Justice in Reproduction [Mini-conference: Reproduction]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-2120

    Organizers: Derek Siegel, UMASS Amherst; Lauren Diamond-Brown, SUNY at Potsdam; Lauren Jade Martin, Penn State University - Berks; Kathleen Slauson-Blevins, Old Dominion University;
    200. Pedagogical Tools for teaching Research Methods [Mini-conference: Teaching]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-1300

    Organizers: Erin Anderson, Washington College; Evan Cooper, Farmingdale State College; Jaime DeLuca, Towson University;
    Chair: Evan Cooper, Farmingdale State College
    201. The Sociology of Masculinity [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-1290

    Chair: Nathaniel Schermerhorn, Penn State University
    202. Culture, Medicine, and Disease [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-1320

    Chair: Kelsey Roberts, SUNY at Oswego
    203. New Perspectives, Methods and Epistemologies [Hybrid Online] [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-3350

    Chair: Julie LaBagnara, University of Massachusetts, Boston
    204. Economic Sociology [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-4100

    Chair: Gokhan Mulayim, Boston University
    205. Global Sociology [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-4120

    Chair: Liz Wilcox, Boston College
    206. Social Life in Times of Disruption [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-4130

    Chair: Pamela Leong, Salem State University
    207. The Alluring Promise of Success [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-4140

    Chair: Jane Lopez, Brigham Young University
    208. Constructed Communities [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-4160

    Chair: Victor Shaw, California State University at Northridge
    209. Methods, Epistemology, and Analytical Strategies in Sociological Analysis [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-4170

    Chair: Irissa Cisternino, State University of New York at Stony Brook
    210. Politics, Community Engagement, and International Work in the Pandemic Era [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-4190

    Chair: Elizabeth Mansley, Mount Aloysius College
    211. Organizational Disjunctures in the Academy: Bridging Theory and Practice towards Equity [Panel]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-1100

    Organizer: Ethel Mickey, University of Massachusetts - Amherst Discussants:
    212. Cascading Lives: Stories of Loss, Resilience, and Resistance [Panel]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | UMB-4180

    Organizer: Karen V. Hansen, Brandeis University
    Chair: Fumilayo Showers, University of Connecticut at Storrs
    Discussant:
  • Fumilayo Showers, University of Connecticut at Storrs;






  • Index to Participants

    Aadahl, Sarah: 41 , 112
    Acosta, Jonathon: 105
    Adamczyk, Amy: 183
    Adames, Alexander: 72
    Adams, Tracy: 99
    Adenugba, Adebimpe A.: 195
    Adhikari, Anindita: 156
    Agarwal, Samantha: 121
    Ahuja, Taranjeet: 52
    Akhiemokhali, Kelley: 154
    Alarcon, Maria: 198
    Aldanmaz Fidan, Bahar: 199
    Aldhaheri, Ruasl: 170
    Aldredge, Marcus: 142
    Alejandro, Ana: 139 , 202
    Alemu, Matthew: 72
    Alfaro, Kassandra: 162
    Allen, Jayden: 136
    Allen, Shaonta: 101
    Allen, Spencer: 136 , 179
    Almeling, Rene: 167
    Altomonte, Guillermina: 95
    Alvaré, Melissa: 168
    Amabile, Gianna: 112
    Amini, Mostafa: 205
    Anderson, Erin: 159 , 168 , 184 , 200
    Anderson, Nadia: 29
    Andes, Karen: 11
    Anguelovski, Isabelle: 25
    Applin, Samantha: 7
    Aptekar, Sofya: 109 , 160 , 193
    Araiza, Isabel: 173
    Ardovini, Joanne: 92
    Armenia, Amy: 146
    Arnaoudova, Ivelina: 14
    Asbury, Victoria: 157 , 174
    Ashe, Austin: 121
    Ashley, Amalia: 191
    Atterberry, Adrienne: 54
    Auguste, Daniel: 204
    Averett, Kate Henley: 126
    Avila, Santiago: 95
    Ayala-Hurtado, Elena: 59 , 156
    Ayaydin, Deniz: 205
    Azike, Somto: 134
    Baboolal, Aneesa: 34 , 63 , 200
    Bacchus, Nazreen: 200
    Baffoe-Bonnie, Marilyn: 175
    Bailey-Hall, Miara: 19
    Balog, Angela: 210
    Balzarini, John: 22
    Banks, Patricia: 66
    Barcelos, Chris: 69
    Bardele, Nicolette: 21
    Barmon, Cristina: 61
    Barnes, Bri: 129
    Barr, Ashley: 61
    Barrett, Ryan: 209
    Barrett, Tyler: 9
    Bartkiene, Aiste: 103
    Bartram, Robin: 65
    Bates, Diane: 7
    Bavbek, Yasemin: 155
    Bazo Vienrich, Alessandra: 19 , 132
    Beard, Virginia: 202
    Beck, Kevin: 22
    Becker, Andréa: 127
    Beckman, Diane: 56
    Bell-Rogers, Nicole: 203
    Bell, Ann: 111
    Bell, Kathleen: 194
    Bell, Marcus: 168
    Bell, Susan: 29 , 109
    Bent, Lauren: 44
    Benzecry, Claudio: 66
    Beretta, Martina: 192
    Berheide, Catherine: 5 , 188
    Bermudez, Bertha: 59
    Bernal, Brieana: 124
    Berndt, Virginia: 199
    Besbris, Max: 51
    Besen-Cassino, Yasemin: 148
    Besserer Rayas, Andres: 137 , 198
    Bichon, Juliette: 11
    Bickelman, Rachel: 162
    Bikauskaite, Renata: 103
    Billings, Katie: 186
    Birced, Elif: 176
    Bird, Sharon: 6
    Bishop, Meg D.: 164
    Bishop, Raven: 184
    Black, Timothy: 117
    Blair, Sampson Lee: 122 , 159
    Blake, Jestine: 6 , 162
    Blake, Marlon: 141
    Blalock, Emiko: 29
    Blee, Kathleen: 152
    Blume Oeur, Freeden: 126 , 148
    Boeri, Natascia: 167
    Boersma, Jacob: 86
    Bogle, Kathleen: 58
    Bohlen, Rafael: 2
    Bonatti, Valeria: 112
    Boussios, Emanuel: 128
    Bowdle, Garrett: 166
    Bowman, Jarron: 5 , 201
    Boyd, Melody: 22
    Boynton, Kimeu: 58
    Branch, Enobong (Anna): 131 , 211
    Braswell, Taylor: 71
    Brenner-Levoy, Jeremy: 201
    Brewer, Alexandra: 82
    Bridges, Ana: 112
    Brierton Granruth, Laura: 194
    Briesacher, Alex: 144
    Briggs, Stephanie: 141
    Brissette, Emily: 32
    Britton, Seon: 36
    Brock, Breanna: 189
    Brooks, Caroline V.: 170
    Brophy, Sorcha: 10 , 82
    Brown-Saracino, Japonica: 80
    Brown, Jeremiah: 179
    Brown, Sarah: 190
    Browne, Alyssa: 17 , 41
    Brownstein, Lexis: 170
    Bubeck, Sarah: 6
    Bunyan, Laura: 4 , 16 , 28
    Burger, William: 202
    Burgos Quezada, Eduardo: 162
    Burns, Ailish: 96
    Burpee, Mackenzie: 150
    Butler-Sweet, Colleen: 28
    Cabrera, Angelo: 198
    Cadge, Wendy: 27
    Calabrese, Nicola: 159
    Callahan, Ian: 185
    Calleo, Maximillian: 114
    Campbell, Connie: 87
    Campos Delgado, Amalia: 59
    Cansoy, Mehmet: 121
    Cappon, Makayla: 55
    Carbonell, Anya: 131
    Carpenter, Laura: 81
    Carpenter, Megan: 5
    Carpenter, Ryan: 162
    Cartwright, Ashleigh: 86
    Carvalho, Clarissa: 166
    Cassidy, Michael: 131
    Castañeda, Ernesto: 37 , 94 , 138
    Ceresola, Ryan: 55
    Ceron-Anaya, Hugo: 94 , 193
    Chaikof, Jessica: 199
    Chakraborty, Debadatta: 60
    Chan, Chin-Han: 192
    Chancer, Lynn: 116
    Chang, Siyeona: 8
    Chatterjee, Alicia: 120
    Chelius, Andrew: 21
    Chen, Xi: 203
    Chen, Yingying: 14
    Cheng, Pei Chen: 54
    Chernyak, Elena: 112
    Cheyney, Fiona: 150
    Chiang, Tom: 55
    Childress, Clayton: 66
    Chin, Jeffrey: 77
    Chinedu, Nwaneka: 167
    Choi, In: 83
    Choi, Meera: 79
    choi, yang hwan: 157
    Chudyk, Elliot: 31
    Chung, Angie: 205
    Church, Anna: 183
    Churchill, Mary: 195
    Cioe Pena, Maria: 166
    Cisternino, Irissa: 209
    Claster, Patricia Neff: 159
    Clements, Margaret: 131
    Clingan, Lauren: 204
    Cody, Chris: 189
    Cody, Stephen: 11 , 21
    Cohan, Deborah: 61
    Cohen, Andrew: 129
    Cohen, Emma: 189
    Cohen, Joseph: 47 , 176
    Cokadar, Yurdum: 133
    Colburn, Lisa: 103
    Coldsmith, Jeremiah: 21
    Coley, J: 71
    Colocousis, Chris: 194
    Colon Lopez, Alejandra: 29
    Combellick, Sarah: 127
    Compton, D’Lane: 1
    Condon, Josalie: 169
    Conley, Shannon: 111
    Connell, Cati: 31
    Connolly, Helen: 8
    Conroy, Thomas: 144
    Cook, Tanya: 141
    Cooper, Evan: 168 , 184 , 200
    Cornelissen, Sharon: 46
    Cotter, David: 5
    Crandall, Mindy: 194
    Croissant, Maya: 162
    Crosser, Lauren: 145
    Crul, Maurice: 93
    CUDDY, MAXIMILIAN: 144
    Culp, Maleah: 147
    Cummings, Brianna: 115
    Curran, Emily: 146
    Currier, Danielle: 61
    Da Silva, Sarah: 169
    Dacey, Timothy: 10
    Dagunduro, Adebukola O.: 195
    Dahaghi, Kevin: 191
    Daniels, Jessie: 152
    Darling, Katherine: 90
    Darrah-Okike, Jennifer: 11
    Das Gupta, Sejuti: 89
    Dasgupta, Sanchita: 20
    Dassanayaka, Sachit: 176
    Davis, Isis: 150
    Davis, Michael J.: 50
    Davis, Sidney: 162
    Dawson, Jessica: 110 , 139 , 180
    De Los Santos, Sabrina: 131
    De Rosa, Stefano: 153
    DeAngelis, Karin: 110 , 118 , 153 , 196
    Decoteau, Claire: 27 , 75
    Degnan, Bridget: 11
    Delgado, Andrea: 162
    Delgado, Vanessa: 198
    Delloro-Suh, Mina: 124
    DelSesto, Matthew: 209
    DeLuca, Jaime: 168 , 184 , 200
    DeLuca, Stefanie: 51
    DeValue, Michael: 11
    Devgan, Shruti: 89
    Diamond-Brown, Lauren: 83 , 96 , 111 , 119 , 127 , 140 , 154 , 167 , 183 , 199
    Diamond, John B: 108
    Diaz, Mery: 182
    Dichter, Melissa: 120
    DiDonato, Sandra: 156
    Dilks, Lisa: 168
    Dillard, Dorothy: 203
    Djogbenou, Robert: 14
    Djonkam, Djomeni: 133
    Doan, Alesha: 83
    Dobreva, Tsveta: 43
    Donato, Katharine: 138
    Donoghue, Christopher: 177
    Doran, Kevin: 8
    Douglas, Daniel: 200
    Dowling, Julie A.: 1
    Downes, Yvonne: 142
    Dreby, Joanna: 181
    Driscoll, Clare: 162
    Dromi, Shai: 129
    Du, Shichao: 83 , 114
    Ducey, Ariel: 82
    Dunn, Delaney: 136
    Dupre, Mackenzie: 150
    Dutra Martins Rocha Elias, André Felipe: 54
    Eckert, Judith: 117
    Edet, Mfon: 11
    Edwards, Mieasia: 42
    Eger, Maureen: 2
    Ehrlich, Shoshanna: 83
    Eimer, Stuart: 145
    Ekl, Emily: 186
    El Amoor, Izat: 18
    Elbe, Martin: 110
    Elder, Timothy: 175
    Embabi, Noura: 12
    Emerson, Gabrielle: 150
    Ender, Morten G.: 110 , 118 , 139 , 153 , 180 , 196
    Entigar, Katherine: 44
    Epley-Sanders, Jennifer: 173
    Eren, Dilan: 30
    Escueta, Maritess: 5
    Esposito, Luigi: 102
    Estrada, Emily: 19
    Evans, Zaque: 71
    Everitt, Judson: 17
    Eyal, Gil: 27
    Ezzell, Matthew: 112
    Fairchild, Tabitha: 43
    Fang, Chunxu: 194
    Fang, Jun: 129
    Farber, Reya: 87
    Feld, Max: 145
    Feldman, Guy: 143
    Feng, Kai: 122
    Ferguson, Susan: 173
    Ferligul, Busra: 32
    Fernand, Debby: 195
    Fernandez Kelly, Patricia: 108 , 137
    Fernando, Dilshan: 191
    Fetterolf, Kaylin: 136
    Fields, Corey: 113
    Fiers, Floor: 134
    Flagg, Julia: 78
    Flatt, Jerad: 170
    Foerster, Amy: 210
    Foner, Nancy: 93
    Fordahl, Clayton: 103
    Fox, Zachary: 86
    Francois-Madden, Marline: 182
    Franczak, Iwona: 210
    Frank, Jennifer: 178 , 194
    Franklyn, Grace: 52 , 67
    Franzese, Alexis: 122 , 187
    freeman, amanda: 146
    Frickel, Scott: 172
    Fried, Mindy: 61
    Fritz, Kristina: 29
    Gaddis, Laurel: 162
    Gaddis, S. Michael: 73
    Gaffney, Colleen: 189
    Gallati, Benjamin: 186
    Gambol, Brenda: 74
    Gamoran, Adam: 40
    Ganguly, Sharbari: 202
    Gao, Mingchang: 34
    Garcia, Angela Cora: 13
    García, Angela S.: 94 , 138
    Garcia, Lauren C.: 43
    Garcia, Melissa: 19
    Gareau, Brian J.: 156
    Garfield-Abrams, Jennifer: 190
    Garrett, Cal: 75
    Garrett, Princess: 68
    Gates, Alexander: 171
    Gaylord, Kelsey: 104
    Gebremariam, Hana: 95
    Geist, Claudia: 41
    Gengler, Amanda: 95
    Geraghty, Joseph: 52
    Gerstel, Naomi: 146
    Ghedi-Ehrlich, Lizzy: 91
    Ghoshal, Raj: 73
    Gil Everaert, Isabel: 59 , 137
    Gil, Oscar: 9 , 137
    Gilbert, Dennis: 204
    Gilbert, Evan: 123
    Gilkes, Cheryl Townsend: 144
    Gingerella Wade, Phyllis: 68
    Giordano, Cianna: 136
    Girouard, Jennifer: 192
    Girvin, Heather: 194
    Givans, Kishauna: 106
    Glass, Leah: 143
    Glazier, Mary: 194
    Gold, Jessica: 8 , 171
    Goldensher, Liora: 119
    Goldman-Hasbun, Julia: 85
    Gonsalves, Joanna: 160
    Gonzales, Rachel: 164
    Gonzales, Teresa: 80 , 195
    Gonzalez, Tiffany: 150
    Gonzalez, Victoria: 144
    Gordon, Jon: 33
    Gore, Shweta: 166
    Gose, Leah E.: 46
    Gould, Kenneth: 25
    Gould, Mark: 187
    Goyette, Kimberly: 126
    Graber, Gillian: 15
    Green, Theodore: 81
    Green, Trey: 173
    Greenberg, Max: 212
    Greene, Bryan: 113
    Greene, Dana: 179
    Greene, Joss: 149
    Greil, Arthur: 140
    Griffen, Zachary: 75
    Grigsby, Dana: 136
    Grimsley, Edwin: 116
    Guaderrama, Rachel: 20
    Guevara Fino, Jose: 32
    Guo, Weirong: 85
    Gupta, Sanjiv: 83
    Guseva, Alya: 183 , 204
    Gyan, Elvis: 182
    Haapajärvi, Linda: 100 , 171
    Haider, Eisar: 155
    Haider, Maheen: 174
    Hale, Corinne: 199
    Halford, Sarah: 129
    Halliday Hardie, Jessica: 114 , 126
    Halpin, Michael: 186 , 201
    Han, C. Winter: 101
    Han, Tsai-Yen: 167
    Haney, Lynne: 117
    Hanna, Ivanna: 170
    Hansen, Karen V.: 109 , 165 , 212
    Harger, Brent: 206
    Hargittai, Eszter: 134
    Harkness, Geoff: 88
    Harrington, Blair: 206
    Harrington, Brooke: 74 , 98
    Harrington, Melissa: 203
    Harris, Brandon: 25
    Harris, Cherise: 78
    Harris, Lauren: 122 , 146
    Hartless, Jaime: 184
    Hartmann, Douglas: 86 , 108
    Harvey Wingfield, Adia: 152 , 211
    Harvey, Lauren: 56
    Harvey, Sabine: 136
    Harwood, Jessica: 162
    Hasnain, Aseem: 178
    Hass, Jeffrey: 173
    Hatch, Anthony Ryan: 27 , 107
    Hauver, Cailey: 170
    Haynor, Anthony: 69
    Heath, Taylor: 172
    Hedlund, Selma: 95
    Heller, Jacob: 187
    Helms, Caitlyn: 175
    Henning, Anja: 2
    Hernandez-Leon, Ruben: 125
    Hernandez, Lisa: 91
    Hernandez, Priscilla: 188
    Hertz, Rosanna: 117
    Hesse, Arielle: 10
    Hesson, Sarah: 189
    Heyaca, Maria: 42
    Hidalgo, Anna: 201
    Hiebert, Daniel: 64
    Hikido, Annie: 56
    Hiller, Kaylynn: 111
    Hinojosa, Ramon: 169
    Hirshfield, Laura: 17 , 29 , 41 , 52 , 67 , 82 , 95
    Ho, Jeonghwa: 57
    Hoiland, Sarah: 50
    Holland, Curtis: 9
    Holsinger, Jen: 172
    Horan, Tyler: 88
    Horowitz, Mark: 43 , 69
    Hossain, Mobarak: 100
    Hou, Xiaoshuo: 133
    Howard, Amanda: 50
    Hu, Beiyi: 71
    Huang, Jiayu: 158
    Huang, Paoyi: 128
    Huang, Tiffany: 79
    Huang, Ya-Ching: 204
    Huang, Yiyan: 96
    Huaqui, Anthony: 60
    Hudgins, Audrey: 59
    Huff, Alexander: 136
    Hughes, Elizabeth: 185
    Hunt, Theresa: 20
    Huo, Howard: 189
    Hussain, Mushahid: 71
    Huttenlocher, Tessa: 155
    Ifatunji, Mosi: 121 , 190
    Innerarity, Ashley: 104
    Islam, Inaash: 70 , 84
    Ispa-Landa, Simone: 189
    Isserles, Robin G.: 128
    Itzkowitz, Xena: 203
    Iwasawa, Miho: 57
    Iyer, Aishwarya: 111
    Jackson, Carol Ann: 4 , 16 , 28
    Jackson, Shirley: 152
    Jacob, Jonathan: 145
    Jacob, Steve: 103
    Jacobs, Elizabeth: 210
    Jacobson, Heather: 119
    Jacobson, Michael: 116
    Jain, Abishek: 139 , 202
    Järv, Olle: 2
    Jenkins, Tania: 3 , 17 , 29 , 41 , 52 , 67 , 82 , 95
    Jenks, Daniel: 37
    Jepson, Michael: 103
    Jifang, Qiu: 96
    Jimenez, José: 42
    Jivraj, Breeyana: 167
    Johnson, Jennifer: 112
    Jones, Jason: 209
    Jones, Leslie Kay: 152
    Jones, Oliver: 90
    Joseph, Tiffany: 138 , 211
    Joy, Sandra: 33
    Joyce, Kelly: 10
    Joyce, Sarah: 22
    Julier, Alice: 70 , 157
    Jungleib, Lillian: 169
    Kain, Brianna: 150
    Kallman, Meghan: 105 , 130
    Kalu, Ola: 208
    Kampler, Benjamin: 185
    KANE, EMILY: 126 , 143
    Kanelee, Ember Skye: 24
    Kang, Miliann: 165
    Kao, Grace: 79 , 125
    Karell, Daniel: 209
    Karl, Kristyn: 22
    Karlin, John: 209
    Kasinitz, Philip: 125 , 148 , 151
    Katuna, Barret: 4 , 16 , 28
    Katz, Meredith: 158
    Kaufman, Eli: 175
    Keller, Julie: 194
    Kelly, Monique: 73
    Kelty, Ryan: 110 , 118 , 139 , 153 , 180 , 196
    Kent-Stoll, Peter: 34
    Keskiner, Elif: 93
    Keyes, Sky: 117
    Khan, Cristine: 72
    Khan, Shamus: 3
    Khanna, Kate: 99
    Kibria, Nazli: 151 , 212
    Kiester, Elizabeth: 19 , 161 , 198
    Kim, Dae Young: 142
    Kimpel, Jeanne: 128
    King, Tamia: 162
    Kleinstuber, Ross: 21 , 33
    Kleykamp, Meredith: 196
    Knutson, Eleanor: 118
    Koku, Emmanuel: 13
    Kolysh, Simone: 63 , 76 , 149 , 161 , 167
    Konechni, Bartholomew: 100
    Korver-Glenn, Elizabeth: 65
    Kowalski, Brittany: 6 , 168
    Kozimor, Michele Lee: 135
    Kropinski, Kamryn: 136
    Kubo, Kazuyo: 36
    Kumler, Alyssa: 199
    Kuperberg, Arielle: 5 , 85
    Kurien, Prema: 36
    LaBagnara, Julie: 203
    Laguardia, Francesca: 183
    Lahiri, Sucheta: 146
    Lair, Craig: 69 , 143
    Lamont, Michèle: 30
    Lang, Brandon: 67
    Langlamet, Helene: 15 , 103
    Lara-Garcia, Francisco: 37
    Lareau, Annette: 117
    Laurison, Daniel: 192
    Le, Mi: 175
    Leahy, Callen: 112
    Lee, Changwon: 37
    Lee, Claire Seungeun: 113
    Lee, Elizabeth M: 197
    Lee, Jaein: 74
    Lee, Jaein: 37 , 186
    Leffler, Brittany: 194
    Leiter, Valerie: 175
    Lelie, Frans: 93
    Lemekh, Halyna: 9
    Leon-Perez, Gabriela: 19
    Leonard, Samantha: 112 , 212
    Leondar-Wright, Betsy: 130 , 150
    Leong, Pamela: 206
    Letourneau, Nicole: 30
    Levine, Ethan: 76 , 149
    Levine, Jeremy: 80
    Levitt, Peggy: 142
    Levy, Benjamin: 113
    Levy, Richard: 160
    Lewis, Patricia: 11
    Lewis, Tammy: 25
    Li, Jierui: 30
    Li, Rebecca S.K.: 12
    Li, Ruiqian: 155
    Li, Wendy: 6
    Liao, Yifan: 57
    Lichten, Eric: 24
    Lichtenstein, Matty: 24
    Liebler, Vivien: 43
    Lim, Sojung: 57
    Lin, Hao: 56 , 97
    Liu, Chao: 6
    Liu, Larry: 133
    Liu, Ruo-Fan: 35
    Liu, Shelley: 33
    Liu, Shuyin: 57
    Liu, Tingting: 205
    Llewellyn, Cheryl: 165
    London, Andrew: 13
    London, Rebecca: 108
    Lopez, Chelsea: 170
    Lopez, Jane: 138 , 207
    Loretto, Mia: 150
    Lotspeich-Yadao, Michael: 139
    Lowrey, Kendal: 85
    Lu, Yao: 79
    Lucy, Meghann: 158
    Ludwig, Bernadette: 87
    Lugo, William: 99
    Lusk, Penelope: 67
    Luttrell, Wendy: 42 , 109
    MacDonald, Melissa: 24
    Mack, Amanda: 166
    Madigan, Timothy J.: 122
    Madzia, Juliana: 17
    Magallon, Crystal: 132 , 182
    Maggi, Gina: 143
    Maguire, Finlay: 201
    Mahadeo, Rahsaan: 101 , 113
    Manierre, Matthew: 62
    Mann, Emily: 127
    Mann, Olivia: 9
    Manoj, Maansi: 140
    Mansley, Elizabeth: 210
    Manze, Meredith: 207
    Manzer, Jamie: 111
    Mararac, Nicholas M.: 153
    Marcucci, Macy: 52
    Marina, Peter: 33
    Marrow, Helen: 19 , 138
    Martin, Isaac: 22
    Martin, Lauren Jade: 83 , 96 , 111 , 119 , 127 , 140 , 154 , 167 , 183 , 199
    Martinez, Brandon: 101 , 162
    Martínez, Brandon P.: 65
    Masood, Syeda: 43
    Mastey, Namrata: 127
    Mathews, Michael D.: 110
    Maturo, Antonio: 209
    May, Matthew: 7
    Mazelis, Joan Maya: 5 , 94
    McCabe, Brian: 51
    McCall, Betty: 104
    McCarthy, Danielle: 127
    McCarty, Kaley: 20 , 156
    McElwee, Alecia: 104
    McGowan, Amanda: 139
    McKean, Martha: 166
    McKernan, Brian: 146
    McLoughlin, Kathryn: 115
    Meadow, Tey: 81
    Mears, Ashley: 176
    Medeiros, Steve: 115 , 139 , 202
    Mehrotra, Meeta: 37
    Melson, Miranda: 14
    Mendoza, Matt: 130
    Metz, Courtney: 106 , 135 , 150
    Mey, Clara: 176
    Meyerhoffer, Cassi: 113
    Michaels, Erin: 207
    Mickey, Ethel: 24 , 211
    Migliaccio, Todd: 177
    Miller, Kathleen: 142
    Miller, Kristen L.: 116 , 129
    Miller, Sarah: 177
    Miller, Thomas: 139 , 202
    Milne, Jake: 184
    Milton, Trevor B.: 141
    Mincyte, Diana: 103
    Miner, Zac: 23
    Mirance, Katie: 169
    Mirsky, John: 123
    Mishra, Soumya: 14
    Misra, Joya: 24
    Misra, Manoj: 172
    Mitra, Diditi: 89
    Molina, Emily Tumpson: 65
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    Monahan, Brian: 9
    Monnat, Shannon: 13 , 202
    Montemurro, Beth: 49 , 185
    Montoya, Tahina: 110
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    Moraes, Esther: 111
    Morales, Cresenciana: 162
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    Morzillo, Anita: 194
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    Murphy, Timothy: 166
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    Nayak, Manan: 170
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    Newmyer, Lauren: 96
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    Nguyen, Thao: 176
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    Nigro, Nicole: 179
    Nkrumah, Tara: 131
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    O'Connor, Ciara: 150
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    Okura, Keitaro: 69
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    ONeil, Sandra: 203
    Ong, Mia: 131 , 211
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    Orak, Ugur: 155
    Orellana, William: 42
    Ortiz, Stephanie: 14
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    Pant, Anurag: 5
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    Payne, Elizabethe: 177
    Payne, Sarah: 55
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    Perez, Jose: 136
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    Phua, Voon Chin: 150
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    Pope, Jasmine: 70
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    Prince, Krishanna: 34
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