Another focus will be the status of recent alliances between mainstream labor unions on the one hand, and worker centers and community-based organizations on the other. Piven, Fred Block, Michael Schwartz, Evelyn Nakano Glenn ASA Awards Ceremony and Presidential Address (2010) Speaking: Philip Kasinitz, Keith Roberts, Jan Fritz, John Mollenkopf, Mary Waters, Alejandro Portes, Jennifer Holdaway, Ross Koeppel, Sebastiao Salgado, Marc Schneiberg, John Logan, Griselda Cristina Mora, Harriet Presser, Delores Aldridge, Doris Wilkinson, Evelyn Nakano Glenn ASA Awards Ceremony and Presidential Address (2009) Speaking: Sheldon Stryker, Carla B. Charrad, Arthur Stinchcombe, Michael Burawoy, Walda Katz-Fishman, Jerome Scott, Victor Nee, Brian Gifford, Greta Krippner, Myra M. Pescosolido ASA Awards Ceremony and Presidential Address (2002) Speaking: Alejandro Portes, Ruben G.
The Global Financial Crisis: Passengers to New Policies and a New Economic Citizenship? Galbraight, Miguel Centeno, David Harvey, Clarence Y. Howery, Margaret Andersen, Patricia Hill Collins, Steve Epstein, S.
Elizabeth "Lizzie" Wurtzel is a teenager accepted into Harvard with a scholarship in journalism. Wurtzel since she was two years old, but she misses her father and feels needy and depressive.
The city's voters elected an avowed Socialist to its City Council and led the nation in the "Fight for 15," an effort to raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour.
Panelists will reflect on the Battle of Seattle and its legacy, as well as on recent developments in the city.
The Black Lives Matter movement swept the United States in the past few years, raising public awareness of police brutality and racism to unprecedented levels.
Panelists, who include prominent leaders of this movement, will discuss the dynamics of this new social movement as well as the issues that led to its emergence and growth.
Five years ago, a new wave of social movements emerged in the United States and worldwide, beginning with the Occupy Wall Street movement which began in New York City and then spread across the nation and the globe.
This in turn gave rise to a variety of other social movements, from Black Lives Matter, to the Fight for 15, and more.
Panelists will discuss this new cycle of protest, its impact and its future prospects.
The Presidential Plenary featuring the formal address of ASA Ruth Milkman will be held on Sunday, August 21, at p.m.
The Awards Ceremony, conferring the 2016 major awards, will open this session. Segal, Michele Lamont, Helen Marrow, Arlie Hochschild, Cora B.
All registrants are invited to attend this plenary session and the Honorary Reception afterwards to honor President Ruth Milkman and the award recipients This panel will feature prominent labor leaders from traditional unions as well as independent organizers and leaders of labor-oriented community-based organizations. Marrett, Douglas Mc Adam ASA Awards Ceremony and Presidential Address (2006) Speaking: Kathleen Mc Kinney, Arthur Shostak, Edward Telles, Herbert Gans, Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Diane Vaughan, Rutledge M. Rogler, Nancy Denton, Kieran Healy, Barrie Thorne, Walter R.
They will be asked to speak on the multiple challenges facing organized labor in the United States and the prospects for the future, with particular attention to campaigns to increase the minimum wage and to organize low-wage workers. Morris, Marc Schneiberg ASA Awards Ceremony and Presidential Address (2008) Speaking: Elizabeth Grauerholz, John Mc Kinlay, Robert C. Dennis, Nan Lin, Amy Hanser, Jason Beckfield, Margaret Andersen, Lynn Smith-Lovin ASA Awards Ceremony and Presidential Address (2004) Speaking: Jeanne Ballantine, Mounira M.