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Spotlighting sociologists for hire: Na’ama Carlin

Recently, TASA created a ‘Sociologists Looking for Work‘ registry, to help connect members looking for work with people looking to hire tutors, research assistants, consultants, and more. We will be doing regular spotlights on sociologists looking for work. This post is part of that spotlight series…

Na'ama Carlin

Dr Na’ama Carlin has a PhD in Social Sciences (Sociology) from UNSW. Presently Dr Carlin teaches, convenes, and lectures at UNSW. Dr Carlin’s teaching areas are classic and contemporary sociology and social theory, technologies, intro to sociology, sociology and human rights, social theory and policy, and culture and research. Dr Carlin’s primary research areas are sociology of religion, health and illness, embodiment and the body. Dr Carlin is also public commentator on topical and political issues.

Dr Carlin’s area of expertise also includes applied sociology, bodies and embodiment, communication, culture and cultural policy, digital media, digital sociology, feminism, gender and sexuality, history of sociology, human rights and global justice, language and society, media, communication, information and public opinion, political sociology, social theory, and teaching sociology. Dr Carlin is looking for work in both teaching (tutorials, seminars, lectures) and research assistance (including consultancy).

You can contact Dr Carlin by email or visit their Academia.edu profile.