Category Archives: Panel Discussion

On Writing Theory Seminar and Workshop

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Publishing & Public Sociology

Publishing is consistently recognized as the “universal currency” of academia, but the process behind the product remains unclear for many graduate students. At the same time, growing awareness about the importance of sharing scholarly outputs with the wider public has … Continue reading

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Research, teaching and embodiment

Webinar Highlights BIPOC researchers in the field and teachers in the classroom are often confronted by our embodiment.  Our bodies are marked as unexpected, out of place and illegitimate.  What is the experience of BIPOC scholars carrying out research and … Continue reading

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International Association for Vegan Sociologists: Peer Reviewing in Sociology

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Navigating the Path to Tenure and Promotion in White Academy

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Writing Winning Grant / Scholarship Applications

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Let’s Talk Systemic Racism / Parlons de racisme systémique

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From Presentation to Publication

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Navigating the Non-academic Job Market

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The Academic Job Market

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