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2019 Meeting

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November 15-16 at the Holiday Inn – Capitol Plaza in Sacramento (near Old Town).
“Between the Nexus of Social Control and Social Resistance”

Send additional session topics to Edwin Lopez at edwinlopez.csa2019@gmail.com

Send presentation submissions to the session organizers listed below

***This year we have a student poster competition. The Award will be presented Friday evening at the banquet. Contact Anne at anne.marenco@canyons.edu to submit your poster.

***We also have a roundtable session with tables on race, gender, immigration, and any other topic you are interested in. This is open to graduate and undergraduate students, faculty, and community; any projects, ranging from inception to fully completed and ready for publication are welcome at the roundtables. Please contact Edwin at edwinlopez.csa2019@gmail.com to submit your table topic.

2019 CSA Conference:  List of Sessions (updated 9/11/2019)

TitleOrganizerEmail
“At the intersection of Social Capital and Social Networks.”Yvette Jeanyjean@csustan.edu
“Student Research”Hernan RamirezHernan.Ramirez@canyons.edu
“Work and Professions in Health Care”Carolina Apesoa-Varanoapesoavarano@ucdavis.edu
“Medical Sociology”Carolina Apesoa-Varanoapesoavarano@ucdavis.edu
“Community and Identity”Thea Alvaradotsalvarado@pasadena.edu
“Black, Indigenous, Asian and Xicanx Organizing: Social Movements in the Southwest in the last 50 years”Christina Acostacacosta23@ucmerced.edu
“Current Issues in Latinx Research”  (Faculty)Alicia Gonzalesamgonzal@csusm.edu
“Latinx Across the Life Course”  (Faculty)Alicia Gonzalesamgonzal@csusm.edu
“Race Matters” (Graduate Student Session)Alicia Gonzalesamgonzal@csusm.edu
“Making Sociology Matter”  (Graduate Students)Alicia Gonzalesamgonzal@csusm.edu
“Undergraduate Research”Alicia Gonzalesamgonzal@csusm.edu
“Social Movements”Maria Morammora4@ucmerced.edu
“Social Contention with Institutional Hegemony and State Appropriation”Deana Paynedeana.payneghadban.392@my.csun.edu
Round Table SessionsEdwin Lopezedwinlopez.csa2019@gmail.com
Poster Sessions/Student Poster CompetitionAnne Marencoanne.marenco@canyons.edu
“Latina Teachers: Creating Careers and Guarding Culture” Author meets critic: Glenda Marisol FloresElvia Ramirezeramirez@csus.edu
“Issues in Chicanx and Latinx Education”Elvia Ramirezeramirez@csus.edu
“Filipino American Experiences”Dustin Domingodustin.domingo@gmail.com
“Responding to Cultural Dissonance”Dustin Domingodustin.domingo@gmail.com
“Issues in Race and Ethnicity”Vern Cromartiej_vern_cromartie@yahoo.com
“Citizenship: Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion”Heidy Sarabiaheidy.sarabia@csus.edu
“Experiences of Students of Color in Higher Education”Heidy Sarabiaheidy.sarabia@csus.edu
“Graduate Panel on (Im)migration in the U.S”Heidy Sarabiaheidy.sarabia@csus.edu
“Beyond Words: Art, Music, and Bodily Challenges in Academia”Heidy Sarabiaheidy.sarabia@csus.edu
“Power and the Person: Gender and Sexuality”Wendy Nelsonwendy.nelson@csu.fullerton.edu
“Teaching Sociology”Yvette Jeanyjean@csustan.edu
“Constructions of Sexual Identity in Contemporary Society”Mary Underwoodmarybrock07@csu.fullerton.edu
“Latinx Activism and the Struggle for Sanctuary in Southern California”Gilda L. Ochoaglo04747@pomona.edu
“Visualizing and Proposing Empirical Research: Opportunities and Challenges for Undergraduate Students”Ellen Bergberge@csus.edu
“Chicanas and Latinas in Academia”Elvia Ramirezeramirez@csus.edu
“Sociology of Natural Disasters and Wildfires”Marianne Paivamcpaiva@csuchico.edu
“Critical Issues in Ethnic Studies”Edwin Lopezedwinlopez.csa2019@gmail.com
“Global Justice and Praxis”Chris Chase-Dunn and Andrej Grubacicchriscd@ucr.eduagrubacic@ciis.edu

The 2020 meeting will be November 6-7 at the Mission Inn – Riverside

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