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Presented By: Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies

EIHS Workshop: Institutional Access and Autonomy

John Finkelberg, Luis Flores Jr., Eshe Sherley, Reuben Riggs-Bookman, Matt Carlos Stehney, Rita Chin

Format: Format: This lecture is presented in hybrid format: in-person in 1014 Tisch Hall and virtual via Zoom webinar (register: https://myumi.ch/QeMXr).

Description: This workshop brings together graduate students from history, sociology, and anthropology who study questions of institutional access and autonomy in a panel of lightning talks, followed by an informal discussion and audience Q&A.

These talks will focus on a series of case studies that explore how access to political and economic institutions vary between individuals and communities. The panelists will address the National Domestic Workers Union and the Black Freedom Movement; the race and economic politics of Emergency Management in Michigan; homework and the social politics of breadwinner liberalism; the intersection of social capital and gender in French bankruptcy courts; and market liberalism and Black capitalism.

Panelists:
• John Finkelberg (Graduate Student, History, University of Michigan)
• Luis Flores Jr. (Graduate Student, Sociology, University of Michigan)
• Reuben Riggs-Bookman (Graduate Student, History, University of Michigan)
• Eshe Sherley (Graduate Student, History, University of Michigan)
• Matt Carlos Stehney (Graduate Student, History, University of Michigan)
• Rita Chin (moderator; Professor, History, University of Michigan)

This event presented by the Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies. It is made possible in part by a generous contribution from Kenneth and Frances Aftel Eisenberg.

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