Class at the Border: Migration, Confinement, and (Im)mobility

Страна: США

Город: Stony Brook

Тезисы до: 15.12.2017

Даты: 06.06.18 — 09.06.18

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Организаторы: Working-Class Studies Association 2018 Conference


The Center for the Study of Inequality and Social Justice at Stony Brook University is pleased to announce they will be hosting the 2018 Working-Class Studies Association conference on the campus of Stony Brook University from June 6-9, 2018.
Against the backdrop of globalization, where capital flows across borders more easily than people, we are living in increasingly walled-off societies. The conference theme, Class at the Border: Migration, Confinement, and (Im)mobility, explores how an explicit recognition of class can deepen our understanding of the structures and ideas that divide individuals, communities, societies, and nations across the globe. Presentations for this conference will consider how walls, borders, and other dividing lines--of both the material and figurative variety--are constructed, upheld, resisted, and dismantled.
Presenters are encouraged to submit individual proposals as well as full panels, poster submissions, roundtables, and workshops that address, in some fashion, either within or across disciplinary boundaries, literal or figurative concepts of walls through class analysis. While we strongly encourage submissions that focus on the cluster themes such as labor, immigration, incarceration, and mobility in relation to class, presenters are encouraged to submit proposals in other areas and from various fields of study that advance our understanding of walls and class, such as:
    Cultural artifacts and expression
    Race, ethnicity, and gender
    Landscapes and geographical spaces
    Social movements
    LGBQT communities
    Power and social structure
    Public policy and electoral politics
    Income inequality
    Global economies
    Art and activism
    Media and popular culture
    Community and the environment
Submissions must include the following information:
    Proposed title and a maximum 250 word description of individual presentation or group panel.
    Suggested conference thread or area that will be addressed.
    A brief bio featuring each presenter’s name and contact information (e-mail and mailing address, telephone number) including institutional affiliation, if any.
    Technology needs, if any.

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