Visiting Scholars Program

The Havens Center runs a graduate seminar each semester in conjunction with its Visiting Scholars Program under the auspices of the Sociology Department. Through the Visiting Scholars Program leading critical theorists from around the world are brought to the University to offer a series of lectures and seminars for a one to two week period. Each Visiting Scholar who is here for a week or more leads one seminar a week for graduate students and faculty, in addition to delivering public lectures.

Graduate students can receive credits for attending VSP lectures through SOC 994.

VSP Archives

We are currently working on getting these archives up-to-date, with the relevant suggested readings and audio files attached. [ You can browse the audio archives here ]

DateNameThemesort icon
April 2000Naoki Sakai "Japanese Imperial Nationalism and the Logic of the Multi-Ethnic Nation"
April 2006Mustafa Barghouti The Relationship Between Peace & Democracy in the Middle East
April 1990Krzysztof Gorlach"Embourgeoisment" in Poland Rural Society in Transition
February 2002Huberto Juarez"Greenfields Rebellion": The Apparel Workers of Kukdong, Puebla, Mexico
October 2016"Keep the Camera Rolling No Matter What" (Masterclass) + "War on Trial" (Film Screening)
November 2003Dan Clawson"Labor Unions in Crisis: The Collapse of the New Deal System and the Emerging Alternatives"
March 2007John Ross"Making Another World Possible" Book Tour
October 2002Tom Hayden"Saving Democracy from Globalization and from the War on Terror"
October 2003Robert Pollin"Tax Cuts for the Rich and Military Keynesianism: Enough to Bail Bush Out of the Post-Bubble Slump?"
April 2002Maria Helena Moriera Alves"The Globalization of Labor and Fruit Production in Chile"
May 2002Chris Candland"Trading Rights: How are International Labor Standards Established?"
March 2017Jamala Rogers"Why Dismantling Racism is Central to Democracy"
October 2013Pedro Cayuqueo40 Years After the Chilean Coup
May 2012Tom Hayden & Carl Davidson50th Anniversary of the Port Huron Statement
April 2010Amy DeanA New New Deal
March 2018A Plastic Ocean
October 1990Wade RathkeACORN: Grassroots Community Organizing in the 1990s
March 2007Ms. George FridayActing for Change in the World: Today's Imperative
April 2002Julie GrahamAdventures in Post-Capitalist Politics
March 1993Issa ShivjiAfrica: Moves to Democracy or Democratic Movement
September 2017David Schweickart After Capitalism?
October 2014Pete RamandAfter the Scottish Independence Referendum
April 1989Amber Hollibaugh and Douglas CrimpAIDS Spoken Here: Struggling Against the Fear, The Epidemic, The Stigma
October 1986Theda SkocpolAmerica's Welfare State in Historical and Theoretical Perspective
February 1999Allan Luke An Immodest Proposal: Reinventing Nation and Identity Through Education
March 2014Chris CrassAnti-racist Organizing, Feminist Praxis and Movement Building Strategy
September 1989Claude MeillasouxApproaches to Social Reproduction
February 1995Johanna BrennerAt the Race/Class/Gender Intersection: Questions fro Feminist Theory & Politics
March 2013Rick FantasiaAt Work with Bourdieu
April 2018Tariq AliAward For Lifetime Contribution To Critical Scholarship
May 2013Eduardo GaleanoAward for Lifetime Contribution to Critical Scholarship
October 2007Tariq AliAxis of Hope: Latin America on the March
November 2009Joseph SchlossB-Boy Ethnography: Theory, Character and the Deep Principles of Hip Hop
April 2018Rachel Plattus and Elandria Williams Beautiful Solutions: Toolbox for Liberation
September 2009S. Craig WatkinsBeing Digital, Being Hip Hop
November 1998Jamie PeckBetween Welfare and Work: Workfare Strategies and Contingent Labor Markets
February 1984Daniel BertauxBiography and Society
April 2005Emily MartinBipolar Expeditions: Toward an Antropology of Moods
April 2017Shanara Reid-BrinkleyBlack Radical Politicking: Anti-Blackness, Youth, and Debating in Civil Society
April 1997George SánchezBorder Crossing in the Age of Nation
December 2005Marguerite Mendell and Nancy NeamtanBuilding a Citizen's Economy: The Quebec Experience
October 1998Linda StoutBuilding A Winning Movement For Progressive Social Change
September 2005Nicolas LynchBuilding Democracy in Contemporary Peru: Lessons Learned, Challenges and Alternative Perspectives
March 2010Robert BrennerCancelled
March 2010Liza Featherstone & Doug HenwoodCANCELLED
February 2016Michael MannCANCELLED for medical reasons
February 2018SILVIA FEDERICICapital Accumulation, Reproduction and the Reconstruction of the Commons
July 1987Ian RoxboroughCapitalism, Labor and Democracy in Latin America
October 2001Thenjiwe MtintsoCapitalism, Patriarchy and Apartheid: Understanding the Links
February 2015Michel BauwensCapitalism, Post-Capitalism and Transition Strategies towards a Sustainable and Socially Just P2P Society
October 1999Barbara EhrenreichCarnivals, Revolutions, and Revivals: The Lost Tradition of Collective Ecstasy
October 1989Aris AccorneroChanging Technologies, Changing Work: Scenarios for the 1990s
February 1997Frank BonillaChanging the Americas from Within the United States
March 2018MARTHA GONZALEZChicana Artivistas: East LA Trenches, Transborder Tactics
April 2010Noam ChomskyChomsky: Award for Lifetime Contribution to Critical Scholarship
April 2001Carmen Sirianni & Harry Boyte Civic Engagement: Lessons of the Last Generation
February 2001Andrew AratoCivil Society and Democracy
November 1993Ari SitasClass, Race & Ethnicity in South African Social Movements
April 1985Professor Maurice ZeitlinClass, State and Capitalist Development: The Case of Chile
April 1984Michael MannClasses and Nation-States In Modern Capitalist Society
November 1987Laurent ThevenotCodes for Actions: Politics of Classification and Group Formation
March 1995Doris Maria TijerinoColliding Visions: The Sandinista Debate over Political Identity and Economic Program
February 2018Company Town
October 1996Masahiko AokiComparative Institutional Analysis
March 1991Bruce CummingsCompeting Explanations for the Economic Success of the Newly Industrializing Countries
March 2018Complicit
September 2008Julie GuthmanConfronting the Sacred Cows of Food Politics
April 2014Connected by Coffee
October 2016Adela LiconaConsidering the World-Making Possibilities of Wild Refractions
April 2017Deepa KumarConstructing the Terrorist Threat: Islamophobia, the Media, & the War on Terror
April 2015Melissa R. MichelsonContemporary Latino Politics from DREAMers to Voters
October 1989Feroz AhmadContemporay Trends in Islamic Fundamentalism
March 2008Michael BurawoyConversations with Pierre Bourdieu
February 1994Peter WatermanCreating a Global Civil Society: Organization, Communication, & Labor
March 1989Jens AlberCrisis and Stability in Germany
November 1987Professor Robert BrennerCrisis, Class Conflict and the State
March 1999Amy Stuart Wells Critical Policy Analysis: A Focus on Charter Schools
October 2001Richard Delgado and Jean StefancicCritical Race Theory: Legal Origins, New Frontiers
September 2002Richard Delgado and Jean StefancicCritical Race Theory: Legal Origins, New Frontiers
February 1996Jean FrancoCultural Wars: Struggles over Interpretation and Meaning
March 2004Richard BiernackiCulture and Human Action
October 2000Steven CornellCulture Econimic Development, and American Indian Nations
September 2012Joy JamesCyborgs & Criminals in the Features of Democracy
April 2018PAUL MASONDates TBA
July 2013Yves CabannesDecember 3-5
January 2000T. M. Thomas IsaacDecentralized Planning: Experience of the Kerala People's Campaign
October 2017Nancy MacLeanDemocracy in Chains: The Deep History of the Radical Right’s Stealth Plan for America
July 1985Sheila RowbothamDemocracy, Needs and the State
April 2005Sheila JasanoffDesigns on Nature: The Politics of Biotechnology in Europe and the United States
March 1993Alan CarlingDifference, Equality, and Choice
March 1984Alec NoveDilemmas of Reform in State Socialism
April 2013Gary SeguraDimensions of Disadvantage: News from the Front in both the Class and Culture Wars
October 2017Michael McCarthyDismantling Solidarity
February 2017Do Not Resist
November 2007Joan MandellDoes Anyone Really Want Peace in the Middle East?
November 2013Ian Haney LópezDog Whistle Politics: How Coded Racial Appeals Have Reinvented Racism and Wrecked the Middle Class
December 2010Michael LöwyEcosocialism: The Radical Alternative
October 1990Juan Antonio CandrayEducation Under Fire in El Salvador
March 1998G.A. CohenEgalitarian Justice and Personal Choice
November 2004Frances Fox PivenElections and Protest Movements in the Struggle for Democracy
February 2003Nira Yuval-DavisEngendering the Politics of Belonging
March 1998Marc FleurbaeyEquality and Responsibility
October 2002John Baker and Kathleen LynchEquality from Theory to Action
March 1998Debra SatzEquality of What and Between Whom?
March 1997María Patricia Fernández-KellyEthnicity and Gender in the Age of Globalization: The Case of Latinas/Latinos in the United States
September 2015Leo PanitchEurope versus Greece
September 1997Micaela di LeonardoExotics at Home: Anthropologies, Others, American Modernity
February 2002Barry BluestoneExploring Models of Economic Growth and Social Equity
April 2012Mads GilbertEyes in Gaza: What did we see? What can we do?
February 2000Paul BrookerFascism, Fraternalism, and Personal Rule
April 2013Dorothy RobertsFatal Invention: The New Biopolitics of Race
February 1989Nancy FraserFeminism, post-Structuralism and Critical Theory
June 20132013 Conference of the Working Class Studies Association Fighting Forward! A Labor and Working Class Summit
April 2012John AtlasFighting Inequality, Poverty and the Concentration of Wealth
June 2015Camp Upham Woods, June 5-7, 2015FORWARD 2015: A SUMMIT FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
June 2016Building the Social Justice UniversityForward 2016
June 2017Where do we Go from Here? Understanding the Current Crisis & Building Social Justice in the Midwest. June 2-3, Edgewood CollegeForward 2017
May 2018A Day of Workshops and Discussions on the Society We Live In and How to Change ItForward 2018
April 2014Jacques BidetFoucault, Marx and the Project of Human Emancipation
April 1993Orlando PattersonFreedom in the Making of Western Culture: A Symposium
September 1999Fred BlockFrom AFDC to Structural Adjustment: The Shared Logics of Neo-Liberal Reform
March 2000Marla StoneFrom the Glories of Empire to the Anxiety of Defeat:Episodes from Italian Fascist Ideology and Culture
April 2012Stephen LernerFrom Wisconsin to Wall Street: Challenging the Power of the Super Rich
October 2013Gasland 2
October 1989Helen SafaGender & International Development
April 1987Veronica BeecheyGender and Work
September 2009Diane ElsonGender Dimensions of the Global Financial Crisis
March 2006Maria HadjipavlouGender, Social Space and Citizenship in the 21st Century: Building Community in Cyprus, a Divided Country
October 2000David HarveyGeographical Knowledge, Political Power, and Global Governance
September 2009Jeff Chang & Marc Anthony NealGetting Real: The Future of Hip Hop Scholarship
April 2003Hilkka PietilaGlobal and Local Feminism
March 2017Adam MortonGlobal Capitalism, Global War, Global Crisis
September 2010David McNallyGlobal Crisis, Global Justice: Human Needs, the Market System, & Social Alternatives
March 2011Stephen BallGlobal Education Policy and the Neo-liberal Imaginary
November 2005Chris BertramGlobal Justice: Democracy, Sufficiency and Capability
October 2000Alejandro BendanaGlobalization at Work: The Case of Nicaragua
October 1999Saskia SassenGlobalization of Politics
October 2003Richard MillerGlobalization, Aid and Empire
September 2005Robert Connell Globalization, Gender, and Social Theory
March 2002Bob JessopGoverning the New Economy: Problems and Prospects
October 2009Lavie RavenGraffiti Art
October 2009Antwi AkomGreening the Globe
December 2008Saskia SassenHaller Distinguished Lectureship Series
March 2014Eleni VarikasHannah Arendt, Rosa Luxemburg & the Question of Plurality
April 2014Harvest of Loneliness: The Bracero Program
October 2014Barbara EhrenreichHavens Center Award For Lifetime Contribution To Critical Scholarship
April 2008Nancy KriegerHealth Inequities in the United States: An Ecosocial Perspective
October 2013James ScottHilldale Lecture
November 2009William Jelani CobbHip Hop and American History
October 2009Rachel RaimistHip Hop Feminism
September 2009Dawn-Elissa FischerHip Hop, Race and Politics
October 1995Sylvia WynterHistorical Construction or Cultural Code? Race, the Local Culture of the West and the Origins of the Modern World
October 1990Valentin PogosinHistory of Relations Between the Iraqi Ba'ath Party & the USSR
September 2011Claus OffeHow States Govern: Policy Making in Capitalist Democracies
September 2006Ernst FehrHuman Nature & Social Norms: Neuro-Biological & Sociological Perspectives
April 1991Rodolfo StagenhavenHuman Rights in Latin America
March 2018I Am Evidence
February 2015If You Build It
March 2012Sujatha FernandesImagining a Post-Neoliberal World: Culture and Social Movements
November 2011Alejandra JuárezImmigrant & Workers' Rights: The Occupy Movement in California
November 1992Bob SutcliffeImperialism, Alive or Dead?
September 1996Judith StaceyIn the Name of the Family: Rethinking Family Values in a Postmodern Age
November 2003Linda SmithIndigenous Activism: Decolonizing Institutions
December 1990Petr MatejuInequality & Stratification in the Transition From Redistributive to Market Economy: The Case of Czechoslovakia
November 2012TOMMIE SHELBYInjustice, Dissent, & the Dark Ghetto
February 1988Paul DiMaggioInstitutional Change in American Art: Culture, Class and Organization, 1860-1985
November 1993Peggy PhelanInvestigating Feminist Performance
March 2006Houzan MahmoudIraq: Military Occupation, Terrorism and the Violation of Women's Rights
October 2003Nilufer GöleIslamic Visibilities in Public Spaces
February 2012Deepa KumarIslamophobia and the Politics of Empire
April 1991Gerald ShermanIssues in Community Development & Organization
March 2003Julia SzalaiIssues of Class, Gender, and Race after the Collapse of Communism
February 2017Kali AkunoJackson Rising: The Struggle for Economic Democracy & Black Self-Determination in Jackson, MS
April 1998Richard ArnesonJustice: Talents and Responsibility
October 1996Stanley AronowitzLabor and Education in the 21st Century
November 1990Sam ValenzuelaLabor Movements in Transitions to Democracy
October 2001Miriam J. WellsLabor-Management Struggles at the Turn of the Century: Global Processes, Local Agency, and the Role of the State
April 2003Sonia AlvarezLatin American Feminisms' Movements Into the 21st Century
March 2014Cristina BeltránLatino Conservatives: Thoughts on Race, Democracy, and the Right
October 2017Alexander AnievasLegacies of Fascism: Race and the Far-Right in the Making of the Cold War
October 2013Roderick WattsLiberation Studies North: Getting U.S. up to Speed
March 2002Leslie SalzingerMaking 'Cheap Labor': Genders in Production in Mexico's Global Factories
May 2014Josh LernerMaking Democracy Fun
July 1985Ira KatznelsonMarxism and the City
February 2013Heather Ann ThompsonMass Incarceration in America
December 1990Keyan & Ruth TomaselliMediating Mandela, Modifying Apartheid: The Press and Social Struggle in South Africa
September 2003Maurice ZeitlinMen and Women Make their own Histories, Though not just as they please nor under circumstances they choose
May 2007Saul Escobar ToledoMexico, the U.S., and the Left in Latin America
April 1998Adam SwiftMobility, Meritocracy and Justice
April 2014Thomas Ferguson Money in American Politics: Theory, History, and Evidence
November 2013More Than Honey
April 2011George SanchezMultiracial Communities in the US: The Case of Boyle Heights
October 2004Cheryl GilkesMy Mother's God is Mine: Women's Voices and the Creation of the African American Sacred
March 1990A.W. SinghamNamibian Independence: A Global Victory
October 2014Thomas Pegelow KaplanNaming Genocide
November 1990Sister Mary Bernard NcubeNegotiations & Civil Conflict in South Africa
October 2010Yochai BenklerNetworks of Power, Degrees of Freedom
March 2014George LakoffNeural Politics
February 1986Professor Claus OffeNew Socio-Political Cleavages and Democratic Theory
March 1996Douglas KellnerNew Technologies and Cultural Activism
April 2016Lina MosesNo Regrets Epidemic Response: Making People Matter
July 2012Gregg MuttittOil, Politics, & Unions in Occupied Iraq
March 2007Rose BrewerOn Intersectionalities, Diasporas, and Inequalities
May 2007Ira KatznelsonOn Jim Crow and the Liberal Tradition
October 2015Stanley AronowitzOn Political and Cultural Subjectivity
May 1997David MontejanoOn the Future of Anglo-Mexican Relations in the U.S. Southwest
November 2000Kathleen BleeOrganizing Racism
September 2008Marta SolerOvercoming Social Inequality
November 2011Ilan PappéPalestine: Past, Present and Future
February 2003Yakin ErturkParadoxical Identities: Status of Women in Turkey
November 2013Dmytro KhutkyyParticipatory Democracy
September 1987Professor Teodore ShaninPeasantry and its Transformation: The Russian Revolution
March 1990Boris KagarlitskyPerestroika & the Dialectics of Change
December 2014Alain BadiouPhilosophy & the Contemporary World
November 1990Zbigniew ZuziakPlanning and Transition: Political Impacts on Urban Form in Cracow, Poland
April 2001Rogers SmithPlural Identities and Civic Loyalties
September 2000Atilio BoronPointing North, Heading South: The Story of Neo-Liberal Restructuring in Latin America
January 1991Konstanty GilbertPoland's Transition to Democracy
September 2016Jordan T. CampPolicing the Planet: Why the Policing Crisis Led to Black Lives Matter
February 1999Stephen Ball Policy Sociology: Critical and Postmodern Perspectives on Education Policy
February 1991Frances Fox PivenPolitical Participation in the U.S.
November 1990Francisco LealPolitical Problems of Colombia in the 1990's
February 2011Liza Featherstone & Doug HenwoodPolitics in the Age of Scarcity
April 2015Sam GindinPolitics with Sober Senses: Conditions for Labor Renewal
March 1990Maria AlvesPopular Education & the Left in Brazil
February 2017Naika ForoutanPost-migrant Societies: Plural Democracies in Change
March 2008Cynthia Mildred DuncanPoverty, Opportunity, and Place
September 2015Walden BelloPower & Principle: Progressives & Coalition Politics in the Philippines
October 2011Göran TherbornPower and Capital Revisited: The Ruling Class 34 Years Later
April 1993Stuart EwenPublic Relations and Public Life
March 2007Nancy MacleanRace and Region in the Making of the Modern Right
January 1986Professor Manning MarableRace, Class and Politics
October 2016Satnam VirdeeRace, Class and the Making of Postcolonial Britain
September 2008Dorian T. WarrenRace, Labor and the New Economy: Political Responses to Inequality in the 21st Century
October 2013Karen FieldsRacecraft: An Elemental Form of American Life
September 2009Charles W. MillsRacial Inequality
March 2015Brittney CooperRacial Justice and the Pleasures of Resistance: Toward New Theory, Genealogies, and Methods
November 2001David GillbornRacism and Anti-Racism in Educational Policy and Practice
April 2004David LaitinRationality and Culture
October 1984Agnes HellerRationality and Justice
September 1998Robert E. GoodinReal Worlds of Welfare Capitalism
February 1989Mark TushnetRecent Developments in Constitutional Theory
April 2002Amy DeanRenewing Democracy, Revitalizing our Communities: Labor's Call for Sharing Prosperity in the New Economy
November 2003Robert FiskReporting the Middle East
February 1990Norma SwensonReproduction Control & Women's Health in Global Perspective
April 1991Alexandrina Sobreira de MouraResearch on Social Movements in Brazil
October 2017DAVID BARSAMIANResistance in the Age of Trump
April 1985Professor Steven LukesRethinking the Concept of Power
April 2002Dean BakerRethinking the Economy: New and Old
April 1990Joan ScottRethinking the History of Women's Work
April 2010Joel AndreasRevolution, Reform & Class Transformation in China
April 2001Margaret SomersRomancing the Market, Reviling the State: The Politics and Knowledge of Civil Society and the Public Sphere from Political Econo
April 2000Margaret SomersRomancing the Market, Reviling the State: The Politics of Civil Society and the Public Sphere from Political Economics
October 2012THAVOLIA GLYMPHRosa’s War: Enslaved Women & the Battle for Freedom & Democracy in the Civil War
April 1996Joe SaccoRound-Table Discussion. Subversive Frames: The Art of Political Comix
October 1992Goran TherbornRoutes Through Modernity
February 2015Boris KagarlitskyRussia and the Global Crisis
October 2007Boris KagarlitskyRussian politics in historic context
October 2006Harriet FriedmannScaling up: Bringing public institutions and food service corporations into the project for a local, sustainable food system
February 2005Michael LynchScience, Law, and Criminal Identity
February 2005Michael LynchScience, Law, and Criminal Identity
March 2017Seed: The Untold Story
April 1987John Roemer and G.A. CohenSelf Ownership, Public Ownership and Equality
March 2011Dana CloudSexuality & Socialism: Mobilizing a Radical Past for Liberation in the Present
February 2018Shadow World
October 2013Shadows of Liberty
March 2017Natalie MasuokaShifting Racial Politics in the 21st Century: How Policy Has Created New Racial Fault Lines
April 2016Silenced
October 2005Walter JohnsonSlavery, Freedom, and Imperialism
November 1989Walter KorpiSocial Change in 18 Western Nations
October 2014Peter HurstSocial Injustice in the Global Food Chain: Labor Rights & Working Conditions in Agriculture
December 2009Ingrid RobeynsSocial Justice and the Family
January 1997Nancy FraserSocial Justice in the Age of Identity Politics
April 1993Hillary WainwrightSocial Movement Politics: Does It Offer an Alternative
October 1999Stephen SteinbergSocial Science, Ideology, and the Study of "Race Relations"
May 2011Vivek ChibberSocialism & the Global South: Retrospect & Prospect
April 1989Leo PanitchSocialism, Class, and Party
April 2011Duncan FoleySocialist Alternatives to Capitalism
April 1991David HarveySocialist Perspectives on Space, Place, & Environment
September 2011Sujata PatelSociology and Colonial Modernity
April 2000Andrew HewittSoft Fascism
December 2008Bill Fletcher, Jr.Solidarity Divided: The Crisis in Organized Labor and a New Path Toward Social Justice
March 1990Heinz Klug & Gay SeidmanSouth Africa: The Politics of Transition
February 2018Doron Yosef-HassidimSovereign Education and Emancipatory Social Science
November 2007Nicole MarwellSpace, Power, and Poverty in the Twenty-first Century City
April 2014David MeggyesySports, Labor and Social Justice
September 1990Boaventura SantosState and Economy in Semiperiphery: Portugal in the 1990s
November 1996Geoff WhittyState Control and Market Forces: Twin Threats to Democracy in Education?
September 1987Bob JessopState Power and Political Strategy
November 1986Goran TherbornStates, Classes and Contemporary Advanced Capitalisms
March 2012Matthew SalganikStudying Society in the Internet-era: New Approaches to Social Research
February 2017Sugar Coated
April 1991Medea BenjaminTalks by Medea Benjamin
October 2013Terms and Conditions May Apply
March 2012Charles PostThe American Road to Capitalism
November 2006William GamsonThe Art of Reframing Political Debates
March 2005Peter GalisonThe Assassin of Relativity
April 2016THE BAD KIDS
April 2016THE BAD KIDS
October 2015Jane MansbridgeThe Case for Coercion
November 1990Alessandro GualaThe Changing Italian Community Party: Empirical Research in Turin
March 1995Alex WillinghamThe Civil Rights Movement and Identity Politic
April 2014Wolfgang Streeck The Crises of Democratic Capitalism
December 2002Richard SennettThe Cultural Economy OF Capitalism
October 2003David GarlandThe Culture of Control: American Penality in Sociological Perspective
November 1990Joe BeinenThe Current Crisis in the Middle East
October 2007Paul Buhle & Tom HaydenThe Day that Changed Madison: The "Dow Riot" forty years on
November 2010David HarveyThe Dialectics of Social Change
October 1997Mike DavisThe Ecology of Fear
April 2016Jane KleebThe Enbridge Tarsands Invasion
April 1994Julie GrahamThe End of Capitalism (As We Know It)
April 1994Katherine GibsonThe End of Capitalism (As We Know It)
November 2011Boaventura de Sousa SantosThe Epistemologies of the South: Reinventing Social Emancipation
April 1991Richard FreemanThe Evolution of Unionism
February 2011Nancy FolbreThe Feminist Compass
September 2013Kent WongThe Fight For Immigrant Rights And The U.S. Labor Movement
April 2015Colin GordonTHE FIRE THIS TIME
April 2002Guenther RothThe Fortunes of the Cosmopolitan Bourgeoisie: A Weberian Tale
October 2009Joseph Ewoodzie, Katrina Flores, Chris Walker, & Damon WilliamsThe Future of Hip Hop Studies at UW-Madison
November 2016Joshua CloverThe Future of Struggle: The Changing Repertoires of Collective Action
October 2012Miko PeledThe General's Son: Journey of an Israeli in Palestine
April 2003Peg SnyderThe Global Women's Movement: A Truly Global Project
October 2001Jane SlaughterThe Globalization of Lean Production: Stories from Detriot, Guatemala and elsewhere
October 1989Andrei MarkovitsThe Greens as a Post-Industrial and West German Phenomenon
November 1995David RoedigerThe Historical Construction of Race and Racism in the US
November 1995Eric FonerThe Historical Construction of Race and Racism in the US
November 2013The House I Live In
October 2013The Human Scale
December 1990Lee Gordon & Wendy WeickerThe Israeli Opposition
November 2010Leon FinkThe Labor & Working Class Studies Project presents
March 2014Rev. William Barber IIThe Labor & Working Class Studies Project Presents
April 1997Juan FloresThe Latino Imaginary: Dimensions of Community and Identity
May 1990Paul BuhleThe Left in Madison, Personal Histories
April 2012Michael KazinThe Left in the United States: What Difference Did it Make?
April 1993Jan KavanThe Legacy of Totalitarianism and the Rise of the New Authoritarianisms
April 2004Margaret LeviThe Lenin Problem: Transforming Economism
May 1991Nancy FolbreThe Logic of Patriarchal Capitalism
November 2016Michael MannThe Macro-Sociology of War
March 2003Amirta BasuThe Many Faces of Women's Activism
November 2010Arlie HochschildThe Market Frontier
March 1997Norma AlarcónThe Materiality of the Letter
March 2017The Occupation of the American Mind
April 2012Costas LapavitsasThe Origins of the European Economic Crisis
October 1993Dorothy SmithThe Out of Body Experience: Contradictions for Feminism
May 2014Mark BravermanThe Path to Peace in Israel and Palestine
February 1991Utsa PatnaikThe Peasantry & Industrialization
October 1997Giovanni ArrighiThe Perspective of the World
March 2004Wolfgang SchluchterThe Place of Rationality in Sociological Theory
April 1988Harriet FriedmannThe Political Economy of Food
April 2018JEFFERY WEBBERThe Political Economy of Liberation Struggles
October 2004Pablo LevinThe Political Economy of Transitional Planning
February 2014John BarryThe Politics and Political Economy of a Post-growth Economy
March 1999Carlos Torres The Politics of Education: Comparative Perspectives
November 2011Guy StandingThe Precariat: The New Dangerous Class
September 1986Professor Stuart HallThe Problem of Ideology: Marxism Without Guarantees
November 2004Richard FloresThe Regrounding of Cultural Analysis
October 1993Deborah KingThe Rhythms & Piecework of African American Womanhood
October 2017David BaconThe Right to Stay Home: Justice for Migrant Workers and Sending Communities
February 2018Nancy FolbreThe Rise & Decline of Patriarchal Systems
September 1989Yash GhaiThe Role of Constitutions in Newly Emerging Nations
October 2014Pedro NogueraThe Schools We Need: The Pursuit of Equity and Justice in American Education
April 2014The State of Arizona
February 2015Bill GallegosThe Strategic Role of Oppressed Communities of Color: Lessons from the Environmental Justice Movement
April 2014Elizabeth Anderson The Struggle for Free Labor
September 1998José CasanovaThe Transformation of Catholicism and Globalization
September 2012Karl SchlögelThe Transformation of Cultural Spaces
September 2008Uriel LeviatanThe Transformation of the Kibbutzim: Lessons for the Sustainability of Utopian Communities
March 2017The True Cost
February 2001Bill FletcherThe U.S. Labor Movement Today: Challenges, Obstacles, and Opportunities
April 2007Glenda GilmoreThe U.S. South, the Nation, and the World, 1919-1949
March 2018ISABELLE FERRERASThe Urgency of Making Workers Citizens
April 1999Cameron McCarthyThe Uses of Culture: Canon Formation, Postcolonial Literature and the Multicultural Project
April 2016Michel BauwensThe Value Crisis of Cognitive Capitalism
November 2002Abram de SwaanThe World Language System
April 2002Thomas FrankTitle unknown
April 2011Crystal Feimster & Danielle McGuireTo Gain Title to our Bodies: Race, Rape and Resistance from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement
October 2001Steven SeidmanTolerated but Not Equal: Gay Life After the Closet
February 1996Juliet SchorToward a New Critique of American Consumerism
February 2008Sarah IgoToward an Intellectual History of "Ordinary Americans"
November 1999Tom MayerTowards a Theory of Class Dynamics
October 2010Samuel FarberTowards an Understanding of the Cuban Revolution
October 1990Walt BresetteTreaties and the Environment
October 2015Max RameauTurning a Moment into a Movement
May 1991Thomas WalkerU.S. Foreign Relations in Central America
December 1990Martin LeeU.S. Media Coverup of the Gulf Crisis
October 2001Evelyn Nakano GlennUnequal Freedom: Race and Gender in the Shaping of American Citizenship and Labor
February 2007Lois WeisUnequal Outcomes: The Production of Inequality in New Economic Times
September 2009Stuart WhiteUniversal Capital Grants and Social Justice
March 2013Pauline LipmanUrban Education, Neoliberal Responses to Crisis, and Their Contradictions
November 2002Lucius OutlawUS American Democracy and the Challenges of Racial and Ethnic Diversity
April 2004Julia AdamsUtilitarianism Goes Po-Mo
April 2013Gar AlperovitzWhat Then Must We Do?
November 2004Michael ZweigWhat's Class Got to do with It? American Society in the 21st Century
October 1998Sara LennoxWhat's Left in The Academy
April 1990Philippe Van ParijsWhat, If Anything, is Wrong with Capitalism
December 1992Pavel KrotovWhere Have All the Apparathciks Gone? A Case Study of Regional Politics in Russia
March 2001Mary RyanWhere is the Public and its Male?
April 2006Greg WilpertWhere is Venezuela Heading?
April 2010Kanishka GoonewardenaWhither Urban Theory?
November 2013Robert WadeWho Counts? Inclusion in Global (Economic) Politics, Exclusion in National Politics
April 2014Who is Dyani Cristal
November 1997Ann MarkusenWhy is the Post Cold War Dividend So Ephemeral
October 1992Cynthia EnloeWomen & Men After the Cold War
March 1987Heidi HartmanWomen and Economic Autonomy
March 1988Ruth MilkmanWomen and Labor
April 2003Amy Mazur & Dorothy StetsonWomen's Movements in Europe and North America: Political Challenges and State Responses
December 1990Malgor Zata FuszaraWomen's Situation in Poland: Abortion, Employment, and Other Issues
April 2005Sandra HardingWomen, Science, and Modernity
April 2012Darryl HolterWoody Guthrie in Los Angeles, 1937-1941
October 2004Alf HornborgWorld-System Perspectives On Societal Development In Anthropology & Archaeology
April 2005Ashis Nandy“ The Savage Freud: Further Remarks on Possible and Retrievable Selves"
November 2016Paul Ortiz“A New Origin Narrative”: African American and Latina/o Histories in an Age of Neoliberal Crisis
October 2014Jon Shelton“Against the Public”: Teachers, Unions, and the Decline of Labor-Liberalism in the 1970s
December 2013Yves Cabannes“Another city is possible!” Alternatives to the City as a Commodity
April 2012Helen Caldicott, MD “If You Love this Planet: A Plan to Save the Earth”
November 2005Si Kahn and Elizabeth Minnich“The Fox in the Henhouse: How Privatization Threatens Democracy”