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World Social Science Association

Formerly the Western Social Science Association

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AAAS - African/African American Studies
ABS - Association For Borderland Studies
AFIT - Economics (Association For Institutional Thought)
AIS - American Indian Studies
AS - Asian Studies
CDD - Chronic Disease & Disability
CJC - Criminal Justice & Criminology
CMS - Communication Studies
CS - Canadian Studies
EG - Economics General

EPN - Environmenal Policy & Natural Resource Management
GD - Globalization & Development
HIS - History
LASC - Latin American Studies & Chicano-Iberian Culture Network
MC - Mass Communication
MENA - Middle East & North Africa
NPPS - Non-Profit, Philanthropy, Social Enterprise & Entrepreneurship
NZAS - New Zealand & Australia Studies
PA - Public Administration
PFB - Public Finance & Budgeting

PS - Political Science
RAS - Rural & Agricultural Studies
SA - Sociology & Anthropology
SES - Slavic & Eurasian Studies
SP - Social Psychology
SW - Social Work
URPE - Union For Radical Political Economists
US - Urban Studies
WGBL - Women's, Gender, & LGBTQ Studies

URPE - Union For Radical Political Economists

13
Apr
2023

AFIT 1, URPE 1 - Pedagogy and the Pandemic

04-13-2023 8:00 am -9:30 am
Jokake

Geoffrey Schneider
Title: Coordinator
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Affiliation: Bucknell University

 

Moderator: David Brennan, Franklin, and Marshall College

 

Discussants: The panelists

 

“Using the COVID crisis to teach the consequences of different theories of crisis”, David Brennan, Franklin, and Marshall College
“Pluralism in Economics Education in American Colleges and Universities”, Hamid Azari-Rad, State University of New York at New Paltz

13
Apr
2023

AFIT 2, URPE 2 - Pedagogy and the Pandemic, II: Gen Z, the Long Tail of the Pandemic, and changes in teaching and learning economics: A Roundtable Discussion

04-13-2023 9:45 am -11:15 am
Jokake

Geoffrey Schneider
Title: Coordinator
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Affiliation: Bucknell University

 

Moderator: Jacob Powell, Bucknell University

 

Roundtable participants:

Paula Cole, University of Denver

Erik Dean, Portland Community College

Yan Liang, Willamette University

Liudmila Malyshava, Bard College

Jacob Powell, Bucknell University

14
Apr
2023

AFIT 11, URPE 3 - The Political Economy of Development: China and Columbia

04-14-2023 9:45 am -11:15 am
Wind Flower

Geoffrey Schneider
Title: Coordinator
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Affiliation: Bucknell University

 

Moderator: Yan Liang, Willamette College

 

Discussants: The Panelists

 

“MMT-Informed Fiscal Reforms for China”, Yan Liang, Willamette College
“A Surprising Left-Government in Columbia: The Difficulties and Challenges in Promoting Institutional

Change Amidst a New Revival of a Pink Tide in Latin America”, Jairo Parada, Universidad del Norte, Colombia
“Colombian trade policies and development plans 2006-2022”, Liliana Marcela Bastos Osorio and Javier Alfonso Torres Velasco, Francisco de Paula Santander University

14
Apr
2023

AFIT 13, URPE 4 - The Political Economy of Labor and Social Reproduction

04-14-2023 1:00 pm -2:30 pm
Cloister East

Geoffrey Schneider
Title: Coordinator
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Affiliation: Bucknell University

 

Moderator: Richard Dadzie, Seattle Pacific University

 

Discussants: The Panelists

 

“Reframing the Crisis of Social Reproduction Through Hodgson’s Concept of Necessary Impurities”, Barbara Hopkins, Wright State University
“The Double Crisis of Social Reproduction: Caste, Capital and Essential Labor in India”, Abhilasha Srivastava, California State University – Fresno
“Precarious Employment, Precarious Lives, Institutional Economic Perspectives, Janice Peterson, University of California-Fresno
“Telework and Hybrid Work: Inequality Issues and Challenges”, Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, University of Quebec
“Capitalism, Enslavement, and the Logic of Dividuation”