It's the final day of TASA 2019. We hope you're here enjoying the event! If you weren't able to make it, we hope you have been able to follow the TASA Twitter back channel (#TASA2019) and the live streaming of keynotes on TASA's Facebook page. Kicking off today's sessions at 8am (AEST) was Dan Woodman's presidential address (live streamed), followed by Rob Stones's keynote (live streamed) and then the Annual General Meeting. Concurrent sessions are currently running.
A very warm TASA congratulations is extended to the following 2019 Award winners who were presented with their Awards last night:
- Anna Anderson, University of Melbourne: 2019 Journal of Sociology Best Paper Award for Parrhesia: Accounting for different contemporary relations between risk and politics
- Natalia Luxardo (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina) and Hernan Manzelli (The Center for Population, Employment and Development Studies, Argentina): 2019 Health Sociology Review Best Paper Award for Blurred logics behind frontline staff decision-making for cancer control in Argentina
- Katherine Carroll, Australian National University: 2019 Sociology in Action Award
- Emma Lee, Swinburne University: 2019 Early Career Researcher Best Paper Award for Performing colonisation: The manufacture of Black female bodies in tourism research
- Brydan Lenne, University of Sydney: 2019 Jean Martin Award for The autism diagnostic encounter in action: Using video reflexive ethnography to explore the assessment of autism in the clinical trial
Katherine Carroll, Australian National University: 2019 Sociology in Action Award (left)
Brydan Lenne, University of Sydney: 2019 Jean Martin Award for The autism diagnostic encounter in action: Using video reflexive ethnography to explore the assessment of autism in the clinical trial
Some of you may recall that Katherine was the 2011 Jean Martin Award recipient. Coincidentally, Katherine was one of Brydan's PhD supervisors. Brydan's PhD journey included Who knows, perhaps one of Brydan's students will be It was a very proud moment for both of them last night!
Postdevelopment in Practice critically engages with recent trends in postdevelopment and critical development studies that have destabilised the concept of development, challenging its assumptions and exposing areas where it has failed in its objectives, whilst also pushing beyond theory to uncover alternatives in practice.
This book reflects a rich and diverse range of experience in postdevelopment work, bringing together emerging and established contributors from across Latin America, South Asia, Europe, Australia and elsewhere, and it brings to light the multiple and innovative examples of postdevelopment practice already underway. The complexity of postdevelopment alternatives are revealed throughout the chapters, encompassing research on economy and care, art and design, pluriversality and buen vivir, the state and social movements, among others. Drawing on feminisms and political economy, postcolonial theory and critical design studies, the ‘diverse economies’ and ‘world of the third’ approaches and discussions on ontology and interdisciplinary fields such as science and technology studies, the chapters reveal how the practice of postdevelopment is already being carried out by actors in and out of development.
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2020 Special Issue - call for papers
Sex, Health & Technology Special Issue
The Role of Bio-medical, Bio-mechanical, and Bio-digital Technologies in Sex, Sexual Health, and Intimacy. Full papers due: January 17th 2020. Read on...
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PhD Masterclass: Free speech crises in an era of abundant speech
A PHD MASTERCLASS WITH DR GAVAN TITLEY, MAYNOOTH UNIVERSITY
Deakin Downtown, Level 12, Tower 2, 727 Collins St, Melbourne
Cost is free and afternoon tea included.
Participants are required to send a brief description of their PhD project including their candidature stage to Sherene Idriss no later than Monday 9 December. Read on...
New: Work, (In)equalities and Social Relations in the Digital Economy
IV International Meeting of Sociology (ISSOW)
16-17 March 2020
Lisbon School of Economics & Management, University of Lisbon.
Submission deadline: 15 December. Read on...
NEUROFUTURES: Neuroscience and Responsibility
2019 Neuroscience and Society Conference
2 December, Monash University Law Chambers. Read on...
Expected Inequalities and Unintended Symmetries
11-12 May 2020 in Warsaw (Poland)
Polish Sociological Association, University of Warsaw and Polish Academy of Sciences.
Abstract submission deadline: December 15.Read on...
Bringing the Hope Back In: Sociological Imagination and Dreaming Transformation
The Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP)
August 7-9, 2020, San Francisco, CA.
2019 AASR Conference: Religion and Violence
4-6 December 2019, City campus, University of Newcastle
The 2019 AASR Conference will be held from 5-6 December and include a free masterclass and workshop for postgraduates and early career researchers on 4 December. Last day to register 27 November. Read on...
New: Sex and sexuality education for young people: past, present and future
Deakin University, 4:00pm - 5:00pm, 6 December, Deakin Downtown. Read on....
International Seminar on Environment and Society
Current Challenges and Trajectories for Change
2nd & 3rd March, 2020, Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon.
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