How Class Works 2016

Starting Date: 06-09-2016
Ending Date: 06-11-2016

SUNY At Stony Brook
Stony Brook, New York 11794
United States
The Center for Study of Working Class Life is pleased to announce the How Class Works
– 2016 Conference, to be held at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, June
9-11, 2016. Proposals for papers, presentations, and sessions are welcome until
December 9, 2015, according to the guidelines below. For more information, visit our
Web site at .
Purpose and orientation: This conference explores ways in which an explicit
recognition of class helps to understand the social world in which we live, and the variety
of ways in which analysis of societies can deepen our understanding of class as a social
relationship across the globe. Theoretical and historical presentations should take as their
point of reference the lived experience of class in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries,
within nations and internationally. Presentations are welcome from people outside
academic life when they sum up and reflect upon social experience in ways that
contribute to conference themes and discussion. Formal papers are welcome but are not
required. All presentations should be accessible to an interdisciplinary audience.
Geographical Scope: National


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