Friday, February 3, 2023 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM EST
Research on South Asia remains marginalized within U.S. sociology. At this symposium, we explore how South Asia offers a uniquely generative site from which to rethink sociological practice. How can it build on a rich transnational intellectual legacy? How can it further efforts to decolonize the discipline? How can the sociology of South Asia be more liberatory, ethical, critical, and reflexive, and how can sociologists of South Asia better support one another?
National Landing and Beyond Workshop Call for Papers
Friday, February 10, 2023 11:59 PM EST
Submit abstracts: https://forms.gle/vSKtSzKa3R3AqV1t9
We are inviting submissions of abstracts by Friday, February 10th, 2023, from graduate students, established scholars, public administrators, and urban planners at any stage of their study, across disciplines within humanities and social sciences, from any part of the world. We will notify you about acceptance by February 15th, 2023. All participants with accepted abstracts will be invited to present their research (as a paper in progress or other modalities) in the workshop. Since this is a workshop and not a conference, the idea is to discuss work in progress and brainstorm ideas.
This global conference will be held virtually allowing participation from across the world. We are inviting submissions of abstracts by February 15, 2023, from current graduate students at any stage of their study, across disciplines within humanities and social sciences, from any part of the world. We will notify you about acceptance by February 25, 2023.
Post-Communist Governance and Ideological Dominance (the case of Prague)
Friday, February 24, 2023 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EST
Register for Zoom Meeting at https://gmu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwlcumrrDsqE9x8RYeUHUZA5g9EiMQFWOqK
What are the possible benefits of theory of practice for exploring spatial inequalities in current cities? Prague, as a post-communist city, creates an interestingly colorful and broad field of actors involved in urban governance, planning, decision-making, and public participation. Within the context of critical discourse analysis applied to media articles and public meetings, the workshop will focus on the patterns of ideological dominance.
‘I Gotta Feeling’ Something’s Here: Understanding How Military-Connected Students Accrue Cultural and Social Capital
Friday, February 24, 2023 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EST
CSSR's Education & Health Research Hub is excited to announce our 2022-23 Speaker Series, featuring new research on social and community-engaged aspects of education and health from scholars at George Mason University. This year's series includes 5 virtual events where scholars from anthropology, English, higher education, nursing, and sociology will present their work.