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Members' eNewsletter

The Members’ Newsletter is a great tool for disseminating information to TASA’s sociological community. TASA members like to be informed, and inform other TASA members, about the latest information on conferences, journals, books, employment and scholarship opportunities as well as other sociological relevant topics. Non-members can list sociological relevant information too. Past issues of the newsletter are available below.

From October 2019 onward,  access to the newsletters is via this orange button: Members' weekly eNewsletter

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2018

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2017
2017

TASA Members’ Newsletter December 14

TASA Members’ Newsletter December 7

TASA Members’ Newsletter November 30

TASA Members’ Newsletter November 23

TASA 2017 Annual Report & AGM agenda

TASA Members’ Newsletter November 16

Host the 2019 or 2020 TASA Conference: Call for Expressions of Interest

TASA’s Nexus – 29:3

TASA Members’ Newsletter November 9

TASA Members’ Newsletter November 2

2017 TASA Annual General Meeting

TASA Members’ Newsletter October 26

TASA Members’ Newsletter October 19

TASA Members’ Newsletter October 12

TASA Members’ Newsletter October 5

TASA Members’ Newsletter September 28

Host the 2019 or 2020 TASA Conference: Call for Expressions of Interest

TASA Members’ Newsletter September 19

TASA Members’ Newsletter September 14

TASA Members’ Newsletter September 7

TASA Members’ Newsletter August 31

TASA Members’ Newsletter August 22

TASA’s Nexus – 29:2

TASA Members’ Newsletter August 17

TASA Members’ Newsletter August 10

TASA Members’ Newsletter August 3

TASA Members’ Newsletter July 27

TASA Members’ Newsletter July 20

TASA Members’ Newsletter July 13

TASA Members’ Newsletter July 6

TASA Members’ Newsletter June 29

TASA Members’ Newsletter June 22

TASA Members’ Newsletter June 15

TASA Members’ Newsletter June 8

TASA Awards & Scholarships

TASA: Journal of Sociology – Special Edition 2019

TASA Members’ Newsletter June 1

TASA Conference 2017

TASA Members’ Newsletter May 25

TASA Members’ Newsletter May 18

TASA Members’ Newsletter May 11

TASA Members’ Newsletter May 4

TASA Members’ Newsletter April 27

TASA Members’ Newsletter April 20

TASA Members’ Newsletter April 13

TASA Nexus Volume 29, Issue 1

TASA Members’ Newsletter April 6

Members’ Newsletter March 30

TASA’s Jean Martin Award

TASA: Members’ Newsletter March 23

TASA: Members’ Newsletter March 16

TASA: Members’ Newsletter March 9

TASA: Members’ Newsletter March 2

TASA: Members’ Newsletter February 23

Contingent Employment: Nexus Special Issue

TASA Members’ Newsletter February 16

TASA Members’ Newsletter February 9

TASA Members’ Newsletter February 2

TASA Members’ Newsletter January 26

TASA Members’ Newsletter January 19

TASA: Members’ News January 12

TASA: Members’ News January 5 2017




 


Kate Huppatz (L) and Steve Matthewman (R) congratulating Michelle Peterie on being the 2018 JoS Best Paper Award winner for Docility and Desert: government discourses of compassion in Australia’s asylum seeker debate


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