Peer review articles:

– Perez, Marcos (Forthcoming) “Institutional Strengthening in a Receding Movement: The Trajectory of Piquetero Organizations between 2003 and 2015″. Latin American Research Review.

– Perez, Marcos (Forthcoming). “Becoming a Piquetero. Working Class Routines and the Development of Activist Dispositions”. Mobilization: An International Quarterly.

– Perez, Marcos (Forthcoming). “Life Histories and Political Commitment in a Poor People’s Movement”. Qualitative Sociology.

Book Chapters:

– Perez, Marcos (2015). “Manuel: The Luxury of Defending Yourself”. In Auyero, Javier Et Al. Invisible in Austin. Life and Labor in an American City. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Manuscripts in preparation:

– Perez, Marcos. “Lost Momentum: Social Movement Grievances and Economic Recovery in post-2002 Argentina”.

– Perez, Marcos. “A Good Stew and Some Mate: Protecting Communal Routines in a Social Movement Organization”

Selected Professional Presentations:

– (August 2017) “Mobilization and Narratives of Resistance in Today’s America”. Session organizer, Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, Montreal, Canada.

– (June 2017) “Animosidad ajena y construcción política: reflexiones sobre la experiencia de la Tupac Amaru”. Invited Talk, School of Philosophy and Letters, University of Buenos Aires. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

– (May 2017) “Convertirse en Piquetero: Reconstrucción y desarrollo de rutinas proletarias”. Invited Talk, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, National University of Jujuy. San Salvador de Jujuy, Argentina.

– (May 2017). “Community organizing after the good jobs are gone: Latin American social movements and the global politics of blue-collar decline”. Social Movements and Protest: Nonviolent Strategies and the State. San Diego State University. San Diego, CA

– (March 2017) “Personal backgrounds, activist experiences, and the process of becoming an activist”. Young Scholars in Social Movements Mini-Conference, Center for the Study of Social Movements, University of Notre Dame. South Bend, IN.

– (August 2016) “Becoming a Piquetero: Past, Novel and Current Routines in the Development of Activist Dispositions”. 111th Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. Seattle, WA.

—-Winner of the Mayer Zald Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award.

– (March 2016) “Past, Novel and Current Routines in the Development of Activist Dispositions”. 21st AF&PP Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK.

– (August 2015) “What about my Parents? Three Dilemmas of a Community-Based Campus organization” Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. Chicago, IL.

– (September 2014) “Compañeros de Fierro. Trayectorias de Activistas en el Movimiento Piquetero”. Invited talk, Department of Political Science and Government, Torcuato Di Tella University. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

– (August 2013) “Iron Fellows: Commitment and Disengagement in the Unemployed Workers Movement in Argentina” 108th Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. New York, NY.

– (August 2013) “Resistance to Quit: how destitute, cynical and disempowered workers overcome barriers to participation” Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems. New York, NY.

– (August 2013) “Social Movement Participation: recruitment, sustainment and disengagement” Power and Justice in The contemporary World Mini-Conference (ASA and ISA). New York, NY.

– (August 2011) “Improving Opportunities for the Few at the Top: Pro-market Economic Policies and the Regressive Redistribution of Income”. 106th Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. Las Vegas, NV.

– (February 2011) “Grievances Matter: Unemployment and the trajectory of the piquetero movement”. ILASSA XXXI Conference, The University of Texas at Austin. Austin, TX.

– (October 2010) “Grievances Matter: Unemployment and the trajectory of the piquetero movement”. LAGO Conference, Stone Center for Latin American Studies, Tulane University. New Orleans, LA.

– (August 2010) “Pro-market economic policies and Income inequality: evidence from developed and developing countries”. 105th Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. Atlanta, GA.

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