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Formerly the Western Social Science Association

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World Social Science Association

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Globalization & Development

Sunday. 31 March, 2024 - Saturday. 06 April, 2024
Week 14
Wednesday. 03 April, 2024
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

WSSA Welcoming Reception

Garden Terrace

All Attendees Invited

 

WSSA Recepción del presidente

 

Se invita a todos los asistentes

Thursday. 04 April, 2024
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

GD-01 Issues in Globalization and Development

Llano

Coordinator: Michele Companion
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Affiliation: University of Colorado Colorado Springs

 

Moderator: Michele Companion, University of Colorado Colorado Springs

 

Effectiveness of School Violence Prevention Programs in Elementary Schools of the United States: A Systematic Review
    - Ie May Freeman, Azusa Pacific University
    - Jenny Tellez, Alliant International University
    - Anissa Jones, Central Unified School District
Development practices that generate Inequitable Climate Impacts: A Case study of gas exploration canals in southern Louisiana

    - Michele Companion, University of Colorado Colorado Springs

Friday. 05 April, 2024
7:00 AM - 9:00 AM

WSSA Breakfast & Give Back

Garden Terrace

During this break we will be asking for donations to the local food bank.

11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

WSSA President's Luncheon

Garden Terrace

This is a ticketed event.

During this break we will be asking for donations to the local food bank.

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

PS-03 (GD) Migration, Globalization and Social integration

Chula Vista

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: UTecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Moderator: Ernesto Sagás, Colorado State University

 

Rural Resettlement: Post-Migration Experiences of Afghan Refugees in a Rural US town and Local Political Support
   - Holly Oberle, Colorado Mesa University 
AFRICAN CULTURE AND ITS PERCEIVED TRANSMISSION CHALLENGES AMONG SOCIAL STUDIES LECTURERS IN OYO STATE, NIGERIA
   - ADEYEMI Oluremi Olubusuyi, Oyo State College of Education, Lanlate 
Navigating the Belt and Road Dilemma in Today's Global Landscape
   - Mitchell Gallagher, Wayne State University 
   - Dishari Rakshit, Wayne State University 
Colorado's Latinxs and the New American West
   - Ernesto Sagás, Colorado State University 

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

ABS-23 (PS, GD) Book Presentation - Security. Cooperation. Governance. The Canada-United States Open Border Paradox

Directors

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Christian Leuprecht, Royal Military College of Canada & Queen's University

 

Security. Cooperation. Governance. The Canada-United States Open Border Paradox
   - Christian Leuprecht, Royal Military College of Canada & Queen's University
   - Todd Hataley, Fleming College
   - Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly, University of Victoria
   - Laurie Trautman, Western Washington University

2:30 PM - 5:30 PM

RAS-03 San Antonio Food Bank's Urban Farm Fieldtrip

Field Trip to the San Antonio Food Bank's Urban Farm at Mission San Juan


Please join us for an amazing local experience on Friday afternoon from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.


Sign up at the Registration Desk by 1:00 p.m. to guarantee a spot on this local trip.

 

 

The San Antonio Food Bank’s farm at Mission San Juan is actually on a National Park site. All of the San Antonio Missions, besides the Alamo, are run by the National Park System, and ours is an unusual land use agreement where we’re able to cultivate on some of its land. When the Spanish colonists arrived and established the missions almost 300 years ago, they started farming that land using acequias, which were diversion ditches inspired by Roman and Moorish irrigation techniques. We continue the same tradition by farming this land, where a portion is irrigated using the historic methods of the Spanish and the indigenous. We also focus on cultivating more drought tolerant crops that can withstand rising temperatures. What food we grow ends up going to the community in South Texas that needs it through our Food Bank distribution programs.

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

WSSA Business Meeting

Frio

Attendees

WSSA Executive Council

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

AFIT - Keynote Speaker Dr. James Galbraith

Pecos

Dr. James K. Galbraith, Ph.D.

 

Inflation, Sanctions, Demography: Some practical applications of evolutionary and institutional economics.

 

Lloyd M. Bentsen Jr. Chair in Government/Business Relations and Professor of Government
University of Texas at Austin
Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs

 

Click Here for Dr. Galbraith's Bio

8:00 PM - 9:00 PM

A Facebook Concert

Presidential Suite

Coordinator: Lisa Ossian
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Affiliation: Indian Hills Community College

 

The Kinkaider's Song:  A Homesteader Ballad from the Nebraska Sandhills

 

   - Tom Isern, North Dakota State University

 

The family of prairie folksong tracing lineage to the gospel hymn, “Beulah Land,” is prolific. “Beulah Land” is about a place, the blissful afterlife. Prairie singers borrowed its melody and motifs to localize them to their own places on the plains, sometimes as joyful paeans to a bountiful country, other times as sardonic commentaries on a hard land. “The Kinkaider’s Song” is exceptional in that it is traceable to a particular time and place: the Kinkaider picnic of 16 August 1911, a gathering of homesteaders at the Will Davis grove, a seven-year-old tree claim near Anselmo, in northern Custer County, Nebraska. Fourteen-year-old Matilda Matthews was there and wrote for a regional newspaper, the Atkinson Graphic, “We composed a song, ‘The Kinkaider’s Song,’ and sang it.” The song resounding through the Davis grove in 1911 arose from the historical circumstances of the Kinkaid Act of 1904, which allowed homesteads of a full section, 640 acres, rather than a quarter-section, 160 acres. Its sponsor and heroic proponent, Congressman Moses P. Kinkaid, was present when the Kinkaiders sang their anthem in his honor. From there the song passed into oral tradition and the mysterious canon of Great Plains balladry. Recently discovered, the original text and circumstances of “The Kinkaider’s Song” illustrate the capacity of digitized source materials to move ballads previously anonymous into the realm of known authorship and context--an important development in the interpretation of Great Plains folksong.

Saturday. 06 April, 2024
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

WSSA President’s Reception

Garden Terrace

All Attendees Invited

 

WSSA Recepción del presidente

 

Se invita a todos los asistentes