Hello TASA Postgrads!
I thought I’d draw your attention to a few of the upcoming events organised by TASA’s Thematic Groups that happen to be offering travel bursaries for some of their Postgrad and ECR participants. This is a fabulous opportunity to engage with new research in your field while easing the financial burden often attached to attending academic events!
- Emotions and Social Theory: Reflexivity, Critique and Structure : a collaborative workshop organised by the TASA Social Theory TG and the Contemporary Emotions Research Network (UOW) is offering 2x $300 bursaries. Keynote Speakers: Professor Jack Barbalet, Dr Mary Holmes, Professor Rob Stones. CFP Due 18th August, Event is @ University of Wollongong Friday 24th November, 2017.
- Chasms and Bridges: Religion and Secularity in a Polarised World : One day symposium with Keynote lectures from Professor Marion Maddox and Associate Professor Alpha Possamai-Inesedy offering 8 bursaries of up to $150. Expressions of interest due 18th August, Event is @ Western Sydney University City Campus on 29th September, 2017.
- Politics and Crime Control in the 21st Century: Controversies and Challenges : A one day symposium organised by the TASA Crime and Governance TG, offering 8x $300 bursaries. Speaker: Eileen Baldry. CFP due August 4, Event is @ UoN Sydney Campus, 22nd September, 2017.
- Development for Species: Animals in Society, animals as society : A two day symposium organised by the TASA Sociology & Animals TG & Alfred Deakin Institute for Citizenship and Globalization, offering 3x$150 bursaries. Keynote Speakers: Associate Professor Nik Taylor & Professor Maneesha Deckha. CFP due August 4, Event is @ Deakin University, Melbourne City Campus 18-19th September, 2017.
- 2017 TASA Health Day: A one day event organised by the TASA Health TG offering 5x$150 travel bursaries. Speakers include Professor Katherine Boydell, Associate Professor Kylie Valentine, and Honorary Associate Professor Toni Schofield. CFP due July 19th, Event is @ UNSW Sydney 13th October, 2017.
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Until next time,