Announcement: OOW Virtual Panels on Intersectionality and Climate Crisis

The American Sociological Association’s section on Organizations, Occupations, and Work (OOW) presents two virtual panels:

Organizational Lenses on Intersectionality

Friday, February 3, 2023

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST

Register here:


Koji Chavez, Assistant Professor, Indiana University Bloomington

Adia Harvey Wingfield, Professor, Washington University in St. Louis

Ethel Mickey, Assistant Professor, California State University, San Bernardino

Oneya Okuwobi, Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati

Megan Tobias Neely, Assistant Professor, Copenhagen Business School


Melissa Abad, Senior Research Scholar, Stanford VMware Women’s Leadership Innovation Lab

OOW Perspectives on the Climate Crisis

Friday, March 3, 2023

1:00 – 2:15 EST



Dana Fisher, University of Maryland

Author of American Resistance: From the Women’s March to the Blue Wave (Columbia University Press), “Shifting coalitions within the youth climate movement in the US” (Politics & Governance), and many other contributions

Natasha Iskander, New York University

Author of Does Skill Make Us Human? Migrant Workers in 21st-Century Qatar and Beyond (Princeton University Press), “Climate change and work: Politics and power” (Annual Review of Political Science), and many other contributions

Jill Lindsey Harrison, University of Colorado

Author of From the Inside Out: The Fight for Environmental Justice within Government Agencies (MIT Press), “Transition tensions: mapping conflicts in movements for a just and sustainable transition” (Environmental Politics), and many other contributions

J. Mijin Cha, Occidental College

Author of “A Just Transition: Why Transitioning Workers into a New Clean Energy Economy Should Be at the Center of Climate Change Policies” (Fordham Environmental Law Review) and many other contributions

Harland Prechel, Texas A&M University

Author of “Neoliberal Organizational and Political-Legal Arrangements and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the U.S. Electrical Energy Sector” (Sociological Quarterly), Normalized Financial Wrongdoing: How Re-regulating Markets Created Risks and Fostered Inequality (Stanford University Press), and many other contributions

Moderated by:

Tim Bartley, Washington University in St. Louis

Simone Domingue, University of Oklahoma

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