Monthly Archives: January 2018

CFP: 2018 Sociology of Development Conference

Obstacles to Development 7th Annual Sociology of Development Conference 19–21 October 2018 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Illinois Development investments and interventions should ultimately lead to self-sustaining solutions that are supported by local governments, institutions, and stakeholders. There are … Continue reading

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Renew Section Membership for 2018

Happy new year to all development sociologists! We are working hard to make sure you get the maximum benefits from your section membership.  It looks like it will be another productive year in the upward trajectory of the section!  Please … Continue reading

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2018 ASA Meeting Deadline

Dear development sociologists, Just a reminder that the deadline to submit a paper for consideration for the 2018 ASA meeting in Philadelphia is 11:59 PM tomorrow, January 11. Please consider supporting our section by submitting your work to one of … Continue reading

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CFP: Ethnographies of Interconnection in Africa

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 on “Resistance”

SPECIAL ISSUE ON RESISTANCE Co-Editors: Tola Olu Pearce and Richard M. Hessler, University of Missouri Resistance challenges the power of some to impose their will upon others. This is a call for papers on the topic for a special issue of the International Journal of Conflict … Continue reading

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CFP: Research in Political Sociology

1. Call for papers: Research in Political Sociology, vol. 26:  The Politics of Land Volume editor:  Tim Bartley, Department of Sociology, Washington University in St. Louis Submission deadline:  February 12, 2018   Description: The politics of land are vital.  Within the U.S., … Continue reading

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