Nov 092013
 
Schedule and Location: Thursday, May 29 10:45am-12:15pm Vallee-500

Primary Session Category: Development and Globalization Studies
Session Code: DGS2
Session Format: Regular (Presentations and Discussion)

Session Description: Comparative-historical sociology is a research tradition with particular methods that generally explores the unfolding of major social processes over time.  This session invites papers that either offer comparative-historical analyses or that review some aspect of the methods underlying the research tradition.

Session Organizer: Matthew Lange, McGill, Sociology, matthew.lange@mcgill.ca

Chair: Andrew Dawson, Glendon College, York University
Discussant: Matthew Lange

Presenters:

1.     James Lannigan, Neil McLaughlin 

Professors and Politics: Noam Chomsky’s Contested Reputation in the United States and Canada

2.     Anisha Datta   

 The Ideology and Politics of ‘Caste as Race’: A Comparative-Historical Analysis

3.     Rick Helmes-Hayes, Emily Milne  

The Institutionalization of Symbolic Interactionism in English-Language Canadian Sociology, 1922-2000

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