Developing an environmental sociology course? Creating a reading course? Adding to a comprehensive exam list? Check out the Resources tab of the Environmental Sociology Cluster page for syllabi!
Congratulations to the inaugural recipients of the Environmental Sociology Research Cluster Student Paper Prizes! Doctoral Award: Mihai Sarbu – University of Ottawa Instrumental Rationality and Climate Change Masters Award: Max Chewinski – Carleton University Whither the State? Globalization, Citizenship Regimes, … Continue reading
Environmental Sociology, the official journal of the International Sociological Association’s Research Committee for Environment and Society, is now accepting submissions. Environmental Sociology is dedicated to applying and advancing the sociological imagination in relation to a wide variety of environmental challenges, controversies … Continue reading
2014 Student Paper Competition Winners! Congratulations to Mihai Sarbu, winner of the 2014 Doctoral student paper competition and Max Chewinski, winner of the 2014 Masters student paper competition for the CSA Environment Research Cluster. Students – get ready to participate … Continue reading
Student Paper Competition Doctoral and Masters students are invited to submit a paper for consideration in the “Best Student Paper Awards in Environmental Research” that you will be presenting at the 2014 Canadian Sociological Association meetings at Canadian Federation of … Continue reading
Environmental Sociology Research Cluster Members and CSA 2014 Environmental Sociology Panelists – Join us! As organizers of this year’s Environmental Sociology Research Cluster Social during CSA 2014 at Brock University, we invite you to join this year’s social event! Over … Continue reading
Attend CSA 2014! For more information on registration, visit http://www.csa-scs.ca/files/webapps/csapress/annual-conferences/conference-registration/ Five sessions have been linked to the Environmental Research Cluster: Sociological Perspectives on Climate Change Contentious mobilities: Exploring contested human and non-human movement The Green Agenda of Bioeconomy – … Continue reading