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Cedric de Leon

Associate Professor

Contact Information:

cdeleon@providence.edu
401-865-1978
Howley Hall 216

Education:

Ph.D. - University of Michigan

Area(s) of Expertise:

Comparative Historical Sociology, Political Sociology, Labor and Labor Movements, Race and Ethnic Relations, History of Sociology, Theory

Awards and Honors:

2012 Outstanding Author Contribution Award - Emerald Publishing
2009 Charles Tilly Award for the best article in the area of comparative and historical sociology - American Sociological Association

Selected Publications:

de Leon, Cedric. (2014). Party and Society: Reconstructing a Sociology of Democratic Party Politics. Cambridge: Polity., 208 pages.

de Leon, Cedric. (2011). The More Things Change: A Gramscian Genealogy of Barack Obama's 'Post-Racial' Politics. Political Power and Social Theory, Eds. Julian Go. 22, 75-104.

de Leon, Cedric. (2010). Vicarious Revolutionaries: Martial Discourse and the Origins of Mass Party Competition in the United States, 1789-1848. Studies in American Political Development, Eds. Daniel Carpenter, Elisabeth Clemens, and Scott James. 24 (1), 121-141.

de Leon, Cedric., Desai, Manali., Tugal, Cihan. (2009). Political Articulation: Parties and the Constitution of Cleavages in the U.S., India, and Turkey. Sociological Theory, Eds. Julia Adams, Jeffrey Alexander, and Philip Gorski . 27 (3), 193-219.

de Leon, Cedric. (2008). No Bourgeois Mass Party, No Democracy: The Missing Link in Barrington Moore's American Civil War. Political Power and Social Theory, Eds. Diane E. Davis. 19, 39-82.

Recent Presentations:

de Leon, Cedric., Social Science History Association, Chicago, IL, "Paper: Task Rabbits, Interns, and Gophers: Citizenship and Variegated Sovereignty in the United States;". November, 2013.

de Leon, Cedric., Social Science History Association, Chicago, IL, "Session: Ancestors and Antiretrovirals". November, 2013.

de Leon, Cedric., Social Science History Association, Chicago, "Task Rabbits, Interns, and Trainers: Citizenship and Variegated Sovereignty in the United States". November, 2013.

de Leon, Cedric., American Sociological Association, New York, NY, "Discussant: The Imperial and Colonial Dimensions of Capitalism and Inequalities". August, 2013.

de Leon, Cedric., Agartan, Kaan., ASA Comparative-Historical and Political Sociology Mini-Conference, New York, "The Transformation of Work and Citizenship under Neoliberalism: Turkey and the United States, 1980 to the Present". August, 2013.


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