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October wrap-up: Public output by TASA members

Informed News & Analysis Christopher Mayes (23 October, 2018) Is eating a settler-colonial act? Food justice and Indigenous sovereignty. ABC Religion.  Andrew Clarke & Cameron Parsell (22 October, 2018) Turning ‘big brother’ surveillance into a helping hand to the homeless. The Conversation.  Meredith Nash & Robyn Moore (2018) Are Leadership Styles in STEMM Gendered?. Association for Women in Science (page 8). Michelle Peterie […]

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Urban Sociology: Relationality in the metropolis with Jeff Malpas

Professor Jeff Malpas, from the University of Tasmania, presented the first keynote talk at the recent Urban Sociology thematic group event. Jeff is one of a small number of philosophers whose work explicitly deals with explorations of philosophical concepts of place. He gave a thought-provoking exposition, drawing on a range of philosophic work to highlight […]

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Urban Sociology: Relationality in the metropolis with Terence Heng

Recently, Dr Terence Heng from the Singapore Institute of Technology, was a keynote speaker at TASA’s Urban Sociology thematic group event. Terence is a visual sociologist who combines creative practice and sociological research to investigate the making of ethnic identities in Singapore. At the event, Terence illustrated his claims by drawing on his long involvement […]

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