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Call for Papers: ASE at ASSA 2021

The ASE invites paper and session proposals for the ASSA Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL from January 3-5, 2021. This year’s theme is Stratification and

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3 days ago
This weeks #throwbackthursday is about power, intergroup conflicts, and social stratification by Philip Arestis, Aurelie Charles & Giuseppe Fontana. It aligns well with our call for papers for the 2021 ASSA conference! See the link below:
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