William Kornblum

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William Kornblum (born Dec. 20, 1939) is a professor of Sociology at City Universtiy New York.

Socialist Scholars Conference

Ray Franklin, Author, Shadows of Race and Class, Jerry Watts, Trinity College and William Kornblum were speakers on the Author Meets the Critics panel sponsored by the Michael Harrington Center at the Tenth Annual Socialist Scholars Conference. The conference was held April 24-26, 1992 at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York City.

He spoke alongside E. Kenya James; Terry Williams, New School for Social Research and Joan Morgan, Village Voice were speakers on the Organizing the Unorganized: Youth voting, Activism & Empowerment panel sponsored by the Masscult Research Group

Kornblum also spoke alongside Arthur Lipow, Michael Harrington Center; Peter Townsend; Susan McGregor and Daniel Lazare were speakers on the Urban Poverty: A Comparative Perspective panel sponsored by the Michael Harrington Center.[1]

Association for Union Democracy

In 2008 William Kornblum was listed on the Board of Directors for the Association for Union Democracy.[2]

"Dissent" magazine

Kornblum has served on the Editorial Board for Dissent Magazine from 1977 to the present.[3]

In 2009 the Democratic Socialists of America aligned Dissent Magazine masthead[4] Editorial Board members were;

Bernard Avishai, Joanne Barkan, David Bensman, Marshall Berman, Paul Berman , H Brand, David Bromwich, Luther Carpenter , Jean L Cohen, Mitchell Cohen, Bogdan Denitch , Jeff Faux, Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Todd Gitlin, Murray Hausknecht, Agnes Heller, Jeffrey Isaac, Michael Kazin , Martin Kilson, Erazim Kohak, William Kornblum, Jeremy Larner, Susie Linfield, Kevin Mattson, Deborah Meier, Harold Meyerson, Nicolaus Mills , Jo-Ann Mort, Brian Morton, Carol O'Cleireacain, George Packer, Martin Peretz, Anson Rabinbach, Ruth Rosen, James Rule, Alan Ryan, Patricia Cayo Sexton, Jim Sleeper, Ann Snitow, Cornel West, Sean Wilentz, Dennis Wrong.

New Politics

As of 2009 William Kornblum served as a sponsor of New Politics, magazine almost completely staffed and run by members of Democratic Socialists of America[5].

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