We are pleased to share with you the online program for the XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology, which will be held in Toronto, Canada this summer – July 15-21, 2018! You can browse the Program by day, by groups and by person index or you may search for particular presentations by typing key words, an author’s name, or the title. Here is the direct link to the scheduling details of the RC09 sessions and oral presentations.
As the Toronto 2018 ISA Congress is approaching, you may want to learn more about its participants. In our last Newsletter issue, we have added a new section – the information about the current research projects and grants of the RC09 members. You can also find references (and sometimes full texts) of the recently published and forthcoming RC09 member publications on this website or in our RC09 Newsletter issues. For the curious ones, we encourage you to see (or remind yourself) the results of a very interesting initiative – the RC09 members’ survey 2016 – prepared by Josh Dubrow. The main goal of this survey is to understand the research interests of RC09 members, their daily life of scholars and attitudes toward the role of ISA RC09 in their lives.
The call for content for the next issue of our Newsletter will be announced soon. Stay tuned!
The registration for the XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology is now open. Do not miss the date! In order to be included in the program, the ISA congress participants must pay a full registration fee before March 20, 2018. All ISA members benefit from a discount registration fee. If you plan to renew or acquire ISA membership, remember that the processing takes 2 to 3 days. Read more about the Congress registration fees and ISA membership.
It is our great pleasure to announce the new RC09 Newsletter – the first issue with the new editor Zophia Edwards, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Providence College. Here are couple words about the new issue from the editor:
The list of RC09 sessions at the ISA World Congress in Toronto 2018 is already available online. Current and diverse – the issues covered by seventeen (!) RC09 sessions open possibilities for many interesting individual presentations in the field of social transformations and development. The call for paper abstracts just opened, so there is still plenty of time to carefully read RC09 session abstracts, select the session most suitable for your research interests and think about individual presentations (see guidelines for presenters). The deadline for selecting a session and submitting paper abstracts is September 30, 2017.
The new issue of Global Dialogue – ISA open access magazine – is out! It is published in 17 languages and includes articles from sociologists all over the world. You will find here clashing views and visions of sociologists from Egypt, France, Indonesia, Israel, Kosovo, Poland, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, and United States. We invite you to read, comment and involve in a discussion – Global Dialogue is a thought-provoking forum for debate on social transformations, development and many other issues.
If you consider submitting your article for the next issue or you want to propose other languages, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Area Development and Policy (ADP) aims to be a world-class journal publishing original academic research examining the multi-scalar and geographically differentiated relationships between economic and political organization, ways of life and work and their context, as they shape regions, cities, rural areas and their inter-relationships.
In three issues per year, Area Development and Policy, invites original academic research on issues relating to the Greater BRICS, and aims to publish research emerging from these countries as well from the developed world. To access the two first issues of the journal please go to the publisher’s website, Taylor and Francis. You can also read more about the journal in our RC09 newsletter.
We welcome submissions for this journal from RC09 members and non-members!
The procedure is simple and the prize very appealing. Why not try?
We encourage you to send your original and not-yet-published academic paper (up to 6,000 words) on social transformations and sociology of development to the Competition Committee. For more details press here. We will just add that the deadline is March 31, 2017.
RC 09 invites to propose sessions on globalization, inequality, labor markets, civil society organizations, and development, and other topics breaking new grounds in social transformations and sociology of development and in line with the main Congress theme.
This is an in-depth exploration of social transformations and developments, which combines an international approach with up-to-date research.
You may find here chapters on contemporary topics including technology, new media, war and terror, political culture and inequality. It also includes an analysis of societal structures – inequality, globalization, transnationalism.
This is a must read for students taking modules in social change, social inequality, social theory and globalization! To help comprehend the learning material, the book contains discussion questions, annotated further reading, chapter summaries and pointers to online resources to assist with study.
More on recent member publications you can find here.