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TASA 2018 Award & Scholarship Winners

Distinguished Service to Sociology Award: Recipient David Rowe (L) with TASA president Dan Woodman

Stephen Crook Memorial Prize: (from L to R) Alan Petersen, Megan Munsie, Claire Tanner & Jane Brophy (Casimir MacGregor unable to attend) for Stem Cell Tourism and the Political Economy of Hope.

Raewyn Connell Prize: Natalie Jovanovski (R), pictured with 2018 RCP Chair Alex Broom (L), for Digesting Femininities

Journal of Sociology – Best Paper Award 2017 – 2018 winner Michelle Peterie (middle), pictured with JoS EiCs Kate Huppatz (L) & Steve Matthewman (R), for Docility and desert: Government discourses of compassion in Australia’s asylum seeker debate.

Sociology in Action Award: Catherine Robinson with TASA president Dan Woodman

Early Career Researcher Award: Karla Elliott with ECR Chair Alphia Possamai-Inesedy – TASA VP

 

Sociology in Action Scholarship: Chris Brown flanked by Catherine Robinson – incoming Applied Sociology Portfolio Leader and Joseph Borlagdan – outgoing Applied Sociology Portfolio Leader

 

Postgraduate Conference Scholarship: Marika Franklin with TASA president Dan Woodman

Jerzy Zubrzycki Postgraduate Conference Scholarship: Tania Searle with TASA president Dan Woodman

Postgraduate Conference Scholarship: Claire Parfitt with TASA president Dan Woodman

Postgraduate Conference Scholarship: Daile Lynn Rung with TASA president Dan Woodman

Postgraduate Conference Scholarship: Naama Blatman-Thomas with TASA president Dan Woodman