Presentations

Panel Discussion: "Reparations and Workers Rights in the Age of Automation"

Invited Presentations at Conferences


Davis, K. M. (presented 2019, November). Digital Civil Society Conference. Presentation at the meeting of Stanford University, Digital City Society Lab. (National) Davis, K. M. (presented 2019, March). Surviving Segregation: Panel on Race, Space and Power. Presentation at the meeting of Florida State University. (Local)




Refereed Papers at Conferences


Davis, K. M. (presented 2020, August). Thematic Panel: "Artificial Intelligence, Automation, and Relations at Work". Paper presented at ASA Meeting, American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA. (National) Canceled due to COVID. Davis, K. M. (2020). Confronting the Sufferings of Creation: The Black Church's Role in the Addressing Environmental Racism. Paper presented at ISA Forum Meeting, Brazil, International Sociological Association, Brazil. Canceled due to COVID. Davis, K. M. (presented 2019, August). Follow-up Testing Among Preschool Children in Genesee County Michigan, 2010–2015. Paper presented at American Sociological Association Annual Meetings, American Sociological Association, New York, New York. (National) Davis, K. M. (presented 2019, June). Challenging Michigan's drink first, test later approach to water system maintenance: The role of collective action in achieving. Paper presented at Durban International Conference on Public Participation, International Sociological Association, Durban South Africa. (International) Davis, K. M. (presented 2018, August). Is the Reference Level for Elevated Blood Levels Too Low?: The Distribution and the Burden of Low Blood Lead Levels Among Children in Flint, 2010-2015. Paper presented at Society for the Study of Social Problems Annual Meeting, Society for the Study of Social Problems. (National) Davis, K. (presented 2016, August). "Genocide in the Making": Impediments to Community Response to Drinking Water Concerns in Flint, Michigan. Paper presented at Annual Meetings, Study for the Study of Social Problems, Seattle, Washington. (National) Davis, K. (presented 2016, August). Benign Neglect: Consequences of Declining Opportunities and Disparate Discipline Within an Urban Transit Workplace. Paper presented at Precarious Work: Domination and Resistance in the US, China, and the World, American Sociological Association, Labor Section, Seattle, Washington. (National) Davis, K. (presented 2015, August). Neighborhood Racial Isolation and Well-being: Understanding the Relationship Between Measures of Collective Efficacy and Health in Low Resource Communities. Paper presented at Annual Meetings, Study for the Study of Social Problems, Chicago, Illinois. (National) Davis, K. (presented 2014, August). African American Women Workers in the Postindustrial Period: The Role of Education in Evaluating Racial Wage Parity Among Women. Paper presented at Annual Meetings, Study for the Study of Social Problems Meetings, San Francisco, California. (National) Davis, K. (presented 2011, August). Sex in the Workplace: Black Women Transit Operators' Struggle with Career Mobility on the Job. Paper presented at Annual Meetings, American Sociological Association, Las Vegas, Nevada. (National) Davis, K. (presented 2011, February). Is the Push to Educate the Masses Warranted?: Shifts in the Relationship between Educational Attainment and Wage Convergence Among Black and White Women Workers, 1960-2000. Paper presented at Annual Meetings, Eastern Sociological Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (National) Davis, K. (presented 2010, August). The Postindustrial-Era Opportunity Structure and Low-skilled Black Women Workers. Paper presented at Annual Meetings, Society for the Study of Social Problems, Atlanta, Georgia. (National) Davis, K. (presented 2010, March). Why the Glass is Still Half Empty: Career Mobility among High School Educated African American Women Workers in the Postindustrial era. Paper presented at Annual Meetings, Eastern Sociological Association, Boston, Massachusetts. (National) Davis, K. (presented 2009, August). Feeling the Pinch: African American Women Workers on the Sales Floor, 1970-2000. Paper presented at Annual Meetings, American Sociological Association, San Francisco, California. (National) Davis, K. (presented 2007, August). Understanding Shifts in the Occupational Status of African American Women Workers: A Multilevel Analysis of Age Related Differences in Attainment. Paper presented at Annual Meetings, American Sociological Association, New York, New York. (National)