Monthly Archives: October 2016

Call for Papers

Nordic Geographers Conference, 2017, Stockholm Session: Unequal Scales of Global/Local and the Sexuality of Development in South-Asia Debanuj DasGupta, University of Connecticut, Paul Boyce, University of Sussex, and Rohit K. DasGupta, Loughborough University Click here for further information.

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New Policy Brief

Brian Dill, editor of the Policy Briefs series, is pleased to announce the latest policy brief: Mathias vom Hau, How Indigenous Movements (Can) Make a Difference for Development. Click here or visit the Policy Brief webpage to access the brief.

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Call for submissions: Sectors Newsletter

It’s that time of year again! The editors of the Sociology of Development section’s newsletter, Sectors, invite section members to submit news, information, recent publications, calls for papers, and job market announcements for the Fall issue of Sectors. In particular … Continue reading

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New Feminist Development Subsection

New Sociology of Development Subsection: Feminist Development At the October Cornell conference, several Sociology of Development section members met over lunch and agreed to form a new subsection entitled Feminist Development.  This subsection is the successor to the former Gender … Continue reading

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New Listserv Community

Would you like to hear more about what USAID is doing related to democracy, human rights, and governance in international development? Would you like your own research to have more of an influence on international development programs? If so, we … Continue reading

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Call for Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS: SPECIAL ISSUE OF SOCIOLOGY OF DEVELOPMENT ON GLOBAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT Submission Deadline: March 31, 2017 Sociology of Development invites papers for a special issue on Global Health and Development. The issue welcomes sociological contributions across thematic … Continue reading

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