The conference seeks to explore ways in which an explicit recognition of class helps to understand the social world in which we live, and ways in which analysis of society can deepen our understanding of class as a social relationship. Presentations should take as their point of reference the lived experience of class; proposed theoretical contributions should be rooted in and illuminate social realities.
The mosaic of class, race, and gender.Working Class Studies Association.
Class, power, and social structure.
Class and community.
Class in a global economy.
Middle class? Working class? What's the difference and why does it matter?
Class, public policy, and electoral politics.
Pedagogy of class.
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