Comparative and Historical Sociology at the ASA
The Comparative and Historical Sociology section
organized the following exciting events for the 2012 Annual
Meeting of the ASA.
Friday, August 17; 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Section on Comparative and Historical Sociology and Section
on Global and Transnational Sociology
Sunday, August 19; 8:30am -
*Note that Council will meet for the first part of
this session; the Business Meeting will convene at
Sunday, August 19; 10:30am -
Reconfigured: Postcolonial Theory and
Session Organizer: Isaac A. Reed
Session Presider: Monika Krause
Discussant: Julian Go
- Yael H. Berda, "Administrative Memory and
Colonial Legacy: Colonial Emergency Defense
Regulations in Israel and India"
- Claire Laurier Decoteau, "Historicizing
Hybridity: The Field of Health and Healing in South
- Mounira Maya Charrad, "Modernity, Islam and
Gender: Post-colonial Perspectives"
- Gurminder K. Bhambra, "Rethinking Modernity: A
Sunday, August 19; 2:30pm - 4:10pm
Session Organizer: Colin J. Beck
Table 01. Comparative and Historical Identities
Table 02. State Formation
Table 03. Asia and Global Dynamics
Table 04. States and Society: Actors and Actions
Sunday, August 19; 4:30pm - 6:10pm
Party, State, and
Society in Comparative and Historical
Session Organizer and Presider: Cedric de Leon
Discussant: Cedric de Leon
- Gabriel Hetland, "Parties and the Construction
of Real Utopias in Venezuela and Bolivia"
- Barry Eidlin, "Repression and Rebirth: Red
Scares and the New Left in the United States and
- Cheol-Sung Lee, "The Origins of Participatory
Democracy and Elite Transformism in Argentina,
Brazil, South Korea, and Taiwan"
- Ateş Altınordu, "The Political Incorporation of
Anti-System Religious Parties: The Case of Turkish
Political Islam (1994-2011)"
Monday, August 20; 8:30am - 10:10am
Session Co-Organizer and Presider: Mounira Maya Charrad
Session Co-Organizer: Danielle Kane
Discussant: Danielle Kane
- Elizabeth Lynn Young, "Civic Secession: Framing
in Yemen's Southern Mobility Movement"
- Colin J. Beck, "Reflections on the
Revolutionary Wave in 2011"
- Yang Zhang, "Revolutionary Ecology and the Rise
of Taiping Rebellion, 1846-1853"
- Pavel I. Osinsky, "Similar Beginnings,
Different Endings: The Semiabsolutist States and
Revolutionary Outcomes in Germany and Russia"