Monthly Archives: December 2017

Fall 2017 Sectors Newsletter

The fall 2017 issue of Sectors, the Sociology of Development section newsletter, is hot off the presses! Please click HERE to access this and other issues or click on the Sectors Newsletters tab on this website. Thank you to newsletter … Continue reading

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New Issue of Sociology of Development

The new issue of Sociology of Development is now live. The table of contents is below. Four very interesting papers! Sociology of Development Vol. 3 No. 4, Winter 2017 Link to issue: http://socdev.ucpress.edu/content/3/4 Table of Contents  “Globalization, Gender, and Development: … Continue reading

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RFA: Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance

IIE, on behalf of USAID’s Center of Excellence in Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance (DRG Center), invites applications from research institutions to support USAID in answering a research question that is integral to how USAID designs programs in the DRG … Continue reading

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Call for Abstracts

The Sociology of International Organizations Planned Preconference to the ASA Annual Meeting: “Feeling Race—An Invitation to Explore Racialized Emotions” August 10, 2018 Pre-conference Theme At a time when globalization is increasingly contested in practice and scholarship, the rise of anti-globalization … Continue reading

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CFP: Ethnographies of Interconnection in Contemporary Africa: A Writing Workshop for Graduate Students

We invite mid- and late-stage graduate students conducting ethnographic research on African contexts (broadly defined) to submit abstracts for a paper workshop focused on “Ethnographies of Interconnection,” to be held April 19-21, 2018 at Cornell University. This is a wonderful … Continue reading

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CFP: Special Issue of Societies, “Attitudes about Inequality”

Guest editors Liza G. Steele and Nate Breznau put together a special issue theme, calling for manuscripts of original research that examine attitudes or public opinion about inequalities pertaining to socioeconomic status, class, race, ethnicity, nationality, immigration status, gender, or … Continue reading

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