ACLS Program Officer Christine Emeran Contributes to New Book on Student Social Movements



ACLS Program Officer Christine Emeran authored a chapter in an upcoming, must-read global social movement book series, When Students Protest: Secondary and High Schools. Emeran wrote Chapter 9, "The March for Our Lives Movement in the USA: Generational Change and the Personalization of Protest,” which expands on existing research to identify important factors involved in local and national struggles for power in student collective actions in the U.S. The volume is organized by the Sorbonne University in Paris and published by Rowman & Littlefield. It will be available July 16, 2021, and more information can be found at this link.

Emeran holds a PhD in sociology from the New School for Social Research, New York, MA in International Education from New York University and BA/BS in International Business from the American University.  She is the author of New Generation Political Activism in Ukraine 2000–2014, and presents and writes on contemporary social movements in Europe and the U.S.