James M. Jasper
Since 2007 I have taught sociology at
the
Graduate Center of the City
University of New York. A long time ago,
I studied economics at Harvard and
sociology at Berkeley, and I've also
taught at Berkeley, Princeton, Columbia,
the New School, and NYU. For fun I do
things like edit the
Oxford Studies in
Culture and Politics and sit on the prize
committee of the
PROSE awards.
Some Upcoming talks:

29 January, 2013: Ralph Miliband
Lecture, London School of
Economics.


11 March, University of Amsterdam


11 June, Gothenberg University.

27 June, Council on European
Studies conference, Amsterdam

American Sociological Association
annual meeting in august:
workshop on writing style


Some Past Talks:

19 February, 2010: "Social
Movements and Human Dignity."
Harvard's Kennedy School of
Government
[text]

13 November, 2008: "Emotions
and social movement theory.
Where are we now ?" Ecole
Normale Supérieure, Paris
[text]

17 February, 2008: Keynote at
Conference on Social
Development, Social Movements
and the Marginalized, IGNOU, New
Delhi
[text]

26 October, 2007: "Strategy and
Rhetoric in the Practice of Social
Research," Rutgers University
[text]

9 August, 2007: "Purpose and
Passion in Collective Action,"
keynote at Hofstra conference on
strategy and social movements
[text]
Link to Academia.edu