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Upcoming Panel: “What does a ‘theorist’ do?”

At the upcoming 2015 Congress, in addition to the Symposium for Early Career Theorists (SECT), the Social Theory Research Cluster is organizing an invited panel  on the theme of “What does a ‘theorist’ do?”. This invited panel considers just what, … Continue reading

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Call for Papers – Symposium for Early Career Theorists (SECT)

  The Social Theory Research Cluster invites paper proposals for its first Symposium for Early Career Theorists. SECT is a special one-day group of sessions at the Canadian Sociological Association that spotlights the work of emerging social theorists at a … Continue reading

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Social Theory Research Cluster

Social theory is a broad field. To grapple with theoretical questions sociologists may draw on cultural theory, anthropology, psychology, politics, economics, philosophy, mathematics, or even the natural sciences.  Theoretical work may interrogate how specific theories can be applied to empirical … Continue reading

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