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Comparative and Historical Sociology Section

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Policy Trajectories Blog

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Summer 2016 Newsletter

Trajectories Vol.27 No.4

Newsletter of the ASA Comparative and Historical Sociology Section

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Congratulations To Our 2016 Section Award Winners!

Barrington Moore Book Award

Winner

Prerna Singh. 2016. How Solidarity Works for Welfare: Subnationalism and Social Development in India. Cambridge University Press.


Honorable Mention

Fatma Müge Göçek 2014. Denial of Violence: Ottoman Past, Turkish Present, and Collective Violence against the Armenians 1789-2009. Oxford University Press.

Charles Tilly Best Article Award

Winner

Josh Pacewicz (2015) "Playing the Neoliberal Game: Why Community Leaders Left Party Politics to Partisan Activists" American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 121, No.3, pp. 826-881.


Honorable Mention

Damon Mayrl (2015) "How Does the State Structure Secularization?" European Journal of Sociology, Vol. 56, No.2, pp. 207-239

Theda Skocpol Dissertation Award

Winner

Hillary Angelo. "How Green Became Good: Urban Greening as Social Improvement in Germany's Ruhr Valley"; New York University.

Reinhard Bendix Student Paper Award

Winner

Mohammad Ali Kadivar. "Mass Mobilization and the Durability of New Democracies"; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.


Honorable Mention

Adaner Usmani. "Democracy and the Class Struggle"; New York University.

Spring 2016 Newsletter

Trajectories Vol.27 No.3

Newsletter of the ASA Comparative and Historical Sociology Section

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The XIV World Congress of Rural Sociology

Announcement

Early registration extended until May 1, 2016!

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Winter 2016 Newsletter

Trajectories Vol.27 No.2

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Can Comparative Historical Sociology Save the World?

Mini-Conference of the Comparative Historical Sociology Section

Friday, August 19, 2016 Seattle, Washington

Submission deadline for paper proposals is extended to February 5, 2016

Fall 2015 Newsletter

Trajectories Vol.27 No.1

Newsletter of the ASA Comparative and Historical Sociology Section

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Can Comparative Historical Sociology Save the World?

Mini-Conference of the Comparative Historical Sociology Section

Friday, August 19, 2016 Seattle, Washington

Submission deadline for paper proposals: January 30, 2016

The Return of Geopolitics

University of Arizona, April 4-5, 2016

An International Conference Sponsored by the World Society Foundation

Deadline for proposals is November 15, 2015

Congratulations To Our 2015 Section Award Winners!

Barrington Moore Book Award

Winner

Kathleen Thelen. 2014. Varieties of Liberalization and the New Politics of Social Solidarity. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Charles Tilly Best Article Award

Winner

Melissa Wilde and Sabrina Danielsen. 2014. “Fewer and Better Children: Race, Class, Religion, and Birth Control Reform in America.” American Journal of Sociology 119(6): 1710-1760.

Honorable Mention:

Malcolm Fairbrother. 2014. “Economists, Capitalists, and the Making of Globalization: North American Free Trade in Comparative-Historical Perspective.” American Journal of Sociology 119(5): 1324-1379.

Theda Skocpol Dissertation Award

Winner

Alena K. Alamgir. “Socialist Internationalism at Work: Changes in the Czechoslovak-Vietnamese Labor Exchange Program, 1967-1989.” Rutgers University (dissertation committee: Jozsef Borocz (chair), Ann Mische, Catherine Lee, and Dominique Arel).

Reinhard Bendix Student Paper Award

Winner

Robert Braun. “Religious Minorities and Resistance to Genocide: The Collective Rescue of Jews in the Netherlands during the Holocaust.” Political Science, Cornell University. (Forthcoming, American Political Science Review)