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Legacies in the Critical Sociology of Work and Organizations

Saturday, March 28 ⋅ 12:00-1:30 PM ⋅ Hellman Room (Graduate Hotel)

This panel explores critical perspectives on work and organizations. The cutting edge papers examine questions of place, pipelines into the workplace, high tech and currents in gender and organizations. Panelists apply a range of frameworks and methodological approaches to capture key dynamics in the contemporary work organizations and related institutions. The panel represents an enduring legacy of labor and gender studies at the University Oregon, department of sociology.

Organizer: Eileen Otis, University of Oregon

Presider: Michael Aguilera, University of Oregon

Legacies of Place: Remaking a Rust Belt CityJill Harrison, University of Oregon
Continuity and Change in the Study of Gender, Emotions, and OrganizationsAmy Wharton, Washington State University
Amplified Advantage: Going to a “Good” College in an Era of InequalityAllison Hurst, Oregon State University
Taylored Flexibility: Agile and the Software Labor Process – Larissa Petrucci, University of Oregon