2018-19 Theme: 

In/Justice in

Higher Ed and at Home

Through this theme, the Center seeks to spark broad dialogue about how intersecting inequities are rooted in and beyond the academy, including in the spaces of daily and domestic  life outside it.   Read more here…

News and Publications


Spring 2019 Calendar

March 14:

Re-imagining Incarceration:  Ending Wasted Tax Dollars at the Nassau County Correctional Center

Join the Nassau County Jail Advocates for a lively discussion:

Guest Speaker: Lauren Jones, Senior Planner, Vera Institute of Justice

Image result for The exterior of the Nassau County Correctional Center in East Meadow, shown on Dec. 25, 2011. Photo Credit: Daniel Brennan

March 27:

Poor People’s Movements, Then and Now

Gordan Mantler (George Washington University) on ML King, Jr.’s Poor People’s Movement

Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis (Kairos Center and Co-Chair, National Campaign for Poor People)
Stony Brook, Local, and Regional Spokespeople for Issues of the Current Poor People’s Campaign


Theodore Allen Lecture on Race and Class:

The Subaltern Middle Class

William Darity, Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity, Duke University

Panel: Education and Inequality

Monday, April 10

1 pm-2:20

SBS N320

Works-in-Progress #2

Dragomir, “Telling Your Own Story: An Oral History Injustice in the Academia 

Montegary, “‘Gender Insanity,’ ‘Academic Decadence,’ and ‘Social Justice Bullying’;

or, The Racial and Sexual Politics of Rightwing Attacks on US Higher Education

Robinson, “Voices From the Academic Margins: Experiences of LGBTQ Faculty”




Nothing from September 30, 2022 to October 29, 2022.


WCSA 2018 Conference:


The Working-Class Studies Association met at Stony Brook for its 2018 Annual Conference, with  above theme.  The Center hosted the event, as it has done for the past decade, on the campus of Stony Brook University in June of 2018.

Videos of the annual Working Class Studies Conference, hosted by the CSISJP in June of 2018, are now live. Click HERE for more information.

Introducing The Ineqwiki

The Ineqwiki provides a clearinghouse for the island's community groups and other non-profits, as well as academics, students, and others in colleges and universities, to find one another and collaborate. It seeks to become a springboard for joint work, whether through internships, class or service projects or research, that helps illuminate, address and remedy the many faces of inequality and injustice on Long Island.

Visit the Ineqwiki... 

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